The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program introduced final week its fiscal County Courthouse Restoration and Historic Preservation Restoration grants.
According to a push release, amongst the two groups, just about $3 million will be awarded to 41 grant recipients, together with all those in Russellville, Yell County and Johnson County.
The Historic Preservation and Restoration Grant Plan encourages and promotes preservation of Arkansas’ historic assets by providing monetary assistance for restoration of historic houses.
The software is funded by proceeds from the Arkansas Authentic Estate Transfer Tax and has supplied $12 million via grants to 277 attributes since its inception in 1996.
This 12 months, $755,662 in grant funding was awarded to 16 applicants. The recipients, proposed tasks and award amounts are:
Metropolis of Russellville, Latimore Vacationer Household, shifting to a new location, $34,667.
In existence given that 1988, the County Courthouse Restoration Application encourages and encourages the preservation and continued use of Arkansas historic courthouses by delivering fiscal aid for mend and rehabilitation perform.
The method is funded by a grant to the Arkansas historic Preservation Program by the Arkansas Pure and Cultural and Assets Council making use of Arkansas Actual Estate Transfer Tax cash. County Courthouse Restoration grants are awarded every year and has delivered $28 million in grants for rehabilitation function to 79 courthouses and annexes in 64 counties.
This calendar year, $2,227,946 in grant funding was awarded to 25 grant candidates. The recipients, proposed assignments and award amounts are:
Johnson County, Clarksville, renovation of basement loos/ADA accessibility, $155,429.
Yell County, Dardanelle, structural metal column and window maintenance, $67,500.