The scope of work on each HOME project varies, with the majority including roofs, replacement windows and doors, electrical, plumbing & heating, and insulation.
For more information on the go online at www.prideofticonderoga.org
PRIDE is also now administering a $325,000 state Department of Transportation grant for the Alexandria Avenue trestle conversion to a walking and biking pathway. The project bid will be awarded this fall with completion slated for spring 2011.
Also, PRIDE will be contracting with Landmark Archaeology, Inc., to conduct an archaeological study in and around the proposed area for the reconstruction of the 18th Century French sawmill that once stood near the site in 1756.
Local officials hope the sawmill will be an economic boost to Ticonderoga and provide educational and cultural programs to the community.
For more information on PRIDE programs, call 585-6366 ext. 103 or go online at www.prideofticonderoga.org.