continued The state needs to generate contracts, but Reynolds hopes work can begin in the spring and be completed in 2014.
The New York State Office of Community Renewal grant can be key in sparking economic revitalization in downtown Port Henry, Reynolds said.
“It’s a beginning,” she said. “Hopefully we can get more grant funding in the future. Ticonderoga has received three of these Main Street grants and they’ve been a real boost to Ti’s economic revitalization.”
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