Last summer the Hubbard House, one of the last standing Dutch farmhouses in the city, appealed for designation once again to the Landmarks Preservation Commission. Now Brownstoner reports that tomorrow the LPC will meet, and along with the Hubbard House they'll "take the formal step of voting to calendar the Fillmore Historic District, a one block section on the North Side of Wiliamsburg between Driggs Avenue and Roebling Street. The street is notable because it was built as part of a middle-class housing plan and exhibits a strong architectural cohesiveness. It also gets a shout-out in Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer." (More recently, Fillmore is where one of the machete attacks took place!) Stay tuned for more on the fate of the could-be landmarks, history buffs.