Victory Parade

Meet the recipients of the first round of

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The Hogan family on Berkeley Ave is in the process of returning a Queen Anne house to its original beauty. They have pulled off asbestos siding to expose the original fish-scale shingles. They will use the grant funds to recreate some of the wood trim that was removed when the house was sided.
Ken Outlaw on Carroll Street will use the grant to restore the wood trim on the porch and paint the trim on his Federal period house.   The Taylor family will use the grant to repair and paint the ornamental trim on their Division Street home.
Morris Boakai will use the grant to repair rotted wood on his front porch and paint the side porch of his Richey place home.     Deb Foca will use the grant to restore the original porch railings on her Chestnut Avenue home.
Craig Lorrain will use the grant to uncover, repair and paint the soffits on his Bayard Street property.   Darryl Jenkins will use the grant to repair the soffits and fascia on his North Montgomery home.


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