Towns receive historic preservation money

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The town of Rockingham will get a $100,000 federal boost to help renovate its town hall. The 1920s-era building houses the town’s municipal offices, a movie theater and two retail stores.

The funds are part of a $600,000 package approved by Congress last week for seven projects in Vermont. The money will be used to pay for the restoration of historic buildings and sites.

Other sites receiving funds include the Jeudevine Memorial Library in Hardwick, the Shard Villa in Salisbury, the Strafford Historic Town House, and the Blooomfield, Brandon and Brookfield Town Halls.

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