Greenfield Planning Board to seek funds to renovate Meeting House
“The Planning Board feels that we must begin a major fundraising project to restore the Meeting House to its former glory. Patchwork repairs will further contribute to its decay. Not only should the community appropriate funds into this project, but efforts should be made to pursue grants, private funding and any other source of resources to enhance and preserve this gem,” planners wrote in the draft plan.
Greenfield’s 1791 picture postcard Meeting House is long overdue for a renovation, he said.
Tackling a full renovation all at once would likely save money over taking on projects one at a time, Marshall said. Additionally a private fundraising campaign as well as grants for improvements to the historic building, which is listed on the National Register, could dramatically reduce the cost of the project for the town, he said.
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