Decision to not seek grant comes as a surprise in Belmont
The selectmen decided against it.
Members of the Heritage Commission are disappointed. Commission chair Linda Frawley said the decision is contradictory given the positive direction of efforts since last fall to find alternatives to demolition.
The building is eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places, and received good grades in a recent assessment by structural engineers.
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