The Landmark Society of Western New York has announced the latest recipients of grants.
The Preservation Grant Program offers funds earmarked for preliminary design and planning studies to help make positive improvements to at-risk buildings.
The latest recipients include:
• The Victor Historical Society: $1,000 to assist in funding phase I of a conditions report for the historic Valentown Hall in Victor;
• Elim Bible Institute: $1,500 for a conditions report targeting the roof and associated issues as a first step towards future repairs and upgrades to College Hall and Elim Bible Institute’s other historic buildings in Lima; and
• The town of Burns, $3,000 for an architectural/feasibility study of the former Kingston Hotel in the village of Canaseraga.
“We strongly support the work being done in Victor, Lima and the town of Burns to preserve historic buildings,” said Wayne Goodman, executive director. “Our mission is to offer our assistance, expertise and resources whenever appropriate throughout Western New York.”