While many were gearing up for New Year celebrations late last week, New York State Governor Kathy Hochul honored nine projects and one preservationist with New York State Historic Preservation Awards for 2022.
Among the honorees are a community effort to preserve sites important to Spiritualism in a Western New York town, and initiatives to rehabilitate historic bridges across two rural counties. Three projects, including two in New York City, received a historic building rehabilitation award.
The Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation has presented the State Historic Preservation Awards each year since 1980 to recognize organizations and individuals that protect and revitalize
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