• $378K in grants for historic sites
    January 08,2013

    MONTPELIER — Vermont has been awarded nearly $378,000 in historic preservation grants.

    The grants are part of $22.9 million in historic preservation grants awarded nationwide. Vermont has received 1.6 percent of the total award.

    State officials may use the grants to fund projects such as nominations for the National Register of Historic Places, preservation education, architectural planning, repairs, and other subjects.

    The grants were announced Monday by Vermont’s congressional delegation.

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