A number of historic preservation projects in New York have been awarded state funding.
Governor Kathy Hochul announced the 10 winners, which included 9 projects and one person.
The Historic Bridge Rehabilitation Projects in Wayne and Wyoming counties will revive historic bridges.
For Wayne County, the Quaker/O’Neil Road Bridge in Macedon will see funding.
“Preserving notable landmarks across New York allows us to celebrate our shared history and honor our collective past,” Governor Hochul said. “I congratulate this year’s recipients on their efforts to capitalize on our historic and cultural resources to build a brighter future for our state.”
Created in 1980, the State Historic Preservation Awards are presented by the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation each year to honor excellence in the protection and revitalization of historic and cultural resources.
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