- Associated Press - Friday, February 12, 2016

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Six Vermont communities are sharing more than $68,000 in grants for local preservation projects.

The grants were provided through a federal initiative administered by the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation.

Some of the matching grants will go toward preparing National Register of Historic Places nominations for the Goodrich Four Corners Historic District and a mid-century modern historic district, both in Norwich, Vermont. They also will be used to update the White River Junction Historic District nomination in Hartford, Vermont, and for a baseline flood analysis of the historic Calais Town Hall.

Other projects receiving grants are Rockingham for its annual Old House Awards program and lecture series and Stowe for sponsoring the 2016 Historic Preservation & Downtown Conference planned for Waterbury on June 10.



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