The Main Street Preservation Trust is pleased to announce its 2015 grant award recipients.  Once again, the program was a huge success with 8 applicants from downtown businesses and property owners.

Pointer Building

The façade portion of the grant program is in its 5th year and the interior and merchandising grants are now in their 3rd year.  “The Main Street Preservation Trust is thrilled to be able to continue to offer these improvement grants” states Jenny Crittenden, Executive Director, “and it continues to be the catalyst for improving the physical nature of the downtown. For small businesses to have access to funding for the purpose of complete renovations or smaller projects such as installing an eye-catching awning, replacing a floor or HVAC unit or just simply painting to freshen things goes a long way in assisting in attraction of more customers and creating a vibrant downtown.”  For more information on the initiatives of the Main Street Preservation Trust, please visit

Bangkok Noi – replacement of HVAC units – $6,500

The Silver Box – update of bathroom, dressing room, paint and floor – $900

Lu Lu Birds Kitchen- lighting, door, sign, sun shades, drainage pipe, exterior painting, planter baskets- $5,792.42

Field’s Quilting & Crafts-replacement of siding on the building and new gutters – $6,250

D&R Investment Holdings- remodeling the exterior staircase of 6553 Main Street – $3,750

Nam Vu- Light fixtures, storefront glass, drywall, sidewalks, concrete stain, concrete-$27,200

Mobjack Medical Group- Replace all exterior windows/doors, masonry work, exterior building painting, move heat pump to roof, ductwork, portico-$18,448.25

Wilton Cottage & Garden- storefront glass, awning, electrical, and cabinetry-$12,917.74

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