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New Jersey Historic Trust Announces Preservation New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund Grants Available

 

TRENTON - The New Jersey Historic Trust announces that applications for the Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund are now available.  Applications must be submitted by April 29, 2021.

 

This year the Historic Trust will offer both planning and heritage tourism (Historic Site Management) grants and ‘bricks and mortar’ (Capital Preservation) grants.  Eligible applicants are 501©3 non-profit organizations, as well as units of county, municipal or state government.  Eligible properties must be certified eligible for listing on the New Jersey Register of Historic Places by August 2, 2021.

“We anticipate a highly competitive grant round,” said New Jersey Historic Trust Executive Director Dorothy Guzzo.  “There is a very strong need for planning money, but even more so for construction funds that will help save our historic resources for new and continued uses.”

Planning grants may be used for activities that will assist in planning for the long-term stewardship, development and successful management of historic sites, including developing preservation plans, engineering studies or archaeological assessments. The Trust is also offering grants to foster heritage tourism initiatives that may include visitor readiness surveys, wayfinding, and developing linkages between attractions. The maximum grant request is $50,000 and requires a $1 match for every $3 in request. 

Capital preservation grants may be used for construction expenses related to the preservation, restoration, repair, and rehabilitation of historic property and professional fees necessary to prepare and complete the construction project. There are two levels of capital request:  At Level I, the maximum request is $150,000 and required a match of $2 for every $3 requested. At Level II, the maximum request is $750,000 and requires a match of $1 for every $1 requested. All construction projects should be supported by previous investigations, such as preservation plans or assessments. The Trust will again offer applicants the opportunity to apply for a multi-phase project to facilitate funding for substantially complex projects. In this category, the Trust may commit to up to three years of funding at the $750,000 level, assuming all other requirements have been met.

Applications and guidelines are available on the Trust’s web site: http://njht.org/dca/njht/applguid/

Applicants are strongly encouraged to read the Grant Guidelines to determine if the proposed project is eligible for funding.  Staff is available to answer questions at 609 984 0473 or njht@dca.nj.gov.  

The Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund was established by legislation in 2016 after New Jersey voters approved a change to the state constitution to provide a stable source of funding for open space, farmland and historic preservation by dedicating funds from the corporate business tax. The Preserve New Jersey Fund continues the work of the Garden State Historic Preservation Trust Fund (2000-2012) and the Historic Preservation Bond Program (1990-1997). Since 1990, more than $156 million in matching grants has been awarded to worthy historic preservation construction and planning projects throughout the state.

Created by the State Legislature, the New Jersey Historic Trust is a nonprofit historic preservation organization affiliated with the Department of Community Affairs. Governed by a 15-member board of trustees, the mission of the Trust is to advance historic preservation in New Jersey for the benefit of future generations through education, stewardship and financial investment programs that save our heritage and strengthen our communities.

 

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New Jersey Historic Trust Announces Preserve New Jersey Preservation Grant Award Recommendations

 

More Than $10.7 Million Awarded for Preservation Planning, Heritage Tourism and Capital Projects and Special Initiatives

TRENTON, NJ – The New Jersey Historic Trust, an affiliate of the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA), today approved $10,227,499 in grant recommendations from the Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund for 50 preservation planning, heritage tourism and capital projects to save and promote historic sites throughout the state. In addition to the Preserve New Jersey grant applications, two special initiatives have also been included for funding, the Passaic County Regrant Program and an allocation of funds to the Discover New Jersey License Plate Fund. Together, these special initiatives total $550,000, which brings the total amount of funds recommended for the 2020 round to $10,777,499.

“Investing in historic properties is key to preserving our past, present and future,” said Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver, who serves as DCA Commissioner. “Each project represents a piece of New Jersey’s rich history. Restoring and preserving these properties will allow for the continued use of these structures and ensure that they continue to enrich and benefit the communities in which they are located.”

Twenty-three of the grants will help fund preservation planning projects such as condition assessments, historic structure reports, archaeological investigations, and construction documents. Four grants will help fund heritage tourism initiatives to improve the visitor experience at historic sites. Twenty-three grants will fund capital preservation projects on sites listed in the New Jersey Register of Historic Places. All grants awarded to nonprofit organizations or entities of municipal, county and state governments require a match from the recipient.

“We’re happy to recommend this year’s grants, which will help to provide the financial and technical support needed to stabilize and revitalize historic properties throughout the state,” said New Jersey Historic Trust Executive Director Dorothy Guzzo. “We will continue to advance historic preservation and ensure that our historic treasures are available for future generations.”

The grant recommendations, which have been approved by the New Jersey Historic Trust Board, will be presented to the Garden State Preservation Trust at its next meeting and require a legislative appropriations bill and the Governor’s approval before funds are made available. Funding for the current grant round is dedicated from a voter-approved constitutional amendment that created the Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund. The Preserve New Jersey Fund continues the work of the Garden State Historic Preservation Trust Fund and voter-supported referendums that have committed over $166 million to more than 950 historic preservation projects since 1990. All funded resources are listed in the New Jersey and National Register of Historic Places, either individually or within designated historic districts.

Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund Grant Recommendations

Note: the project names are as listed on the National Register of Historic Places and may not reflect the current or common name of the property. Projects are listed in each category alphabetically by county.

Historic Site Management Grants (up to $50,000)

Applicant

Project Name 

Municipality  

Property County 

Recommended Award 

Palisades Parks Conservancy

Palisades Interstate Park 

Fort Lee Borough

Bergen  

$50,000 

The Radburn Association

Radburn 

Fair Lawn Borough

Bergen 

$42,255 

Woman's Club of Englewood

Brinckerhoff Carriage House  

Englewood

City

Bergen  

$39,600 

Newton Monthly Meeting

Newton Friends Meetinghouse 

Camden City

Camden 

$21,390 

Siloam Cemetery Association

Siloam Cemetery Historic District

Vineland City

Cumberland  

$30,000 

Vineland Historical and Antiquarian Society

Vineland Historical and Antiquarian Society Building

Vineland City

Cumberland 

$20,790 

Montclair History Center

Israel Crane House  

Montclair

Township

Essex 

$45,150 

Borough of High Bridge

Solitude House  

High Bridge Borough

Hunterdon  

$25,500 

Trent House Association

William Trent House  

Trenton City

Mercer 

$42,360 

Mercer County Park Commission

Pleasant Valley Historic District

Hopewell Township

Mercer 

$46,937 

City of Trenton

Mercer Cemetery  

Trenton City

Mercer 

$50,000 

First Presbyterian Church of Trenton

First Presbyterian Church

Trenton City

Mercer 

$44,482 

Borough of Jamesburg

Ensley-Mount-Buckalew House  

Jamesburg Borough

Middlesex 

$48,750 

Borough of Metuchen

Middlesex Avenue / Woodwild Park Historic District 

Metuchen

Borough

Middlesex 

$15,000 

SLTCC Landmark Friends, Inc.

Seabright Lawn Tennis and Cricket Club 

Rumson Borough

Monmouth 

$17,738 

Museum of Early Trades and Crafts

Madison Public Library and the James Building

Madison Borough

Morris 

$50,000 

Morris Museum

Twin Oaks (Peter H.B. Frelinghuysen Residence)

Morristown

Town

Morris 

$30,180 

Ayres/Knuth Farm Foundation, Inc.

Ayres’ Farm (Ayres Knuth Farmstead)

Denville

Township

Morris 

$29,738 

Borough of Mendham

Phoenix House  

Mendham Borough

Morris 

$12,000 

City of Paterson

Great Falls / S.U.M. Historic District (ATP Site)

Paterson City

Passaic  

$50,000 

Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum

Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church 

Montgomery Township

Somerset 

$50,000 

NJ State Park Service

Six Mile Run Historic District

Franklin Township

Somerset 

$23,531 

Jerusalem Lodge No. 26 F & AM

Plainfield Masonic Temple 

Plainfield City

Union  

$45,000 


Historic Site Management Grants for Heritage Tourism (up to $50,000) 

Applicant

Project Name 

Municipality  

Property County 

Recommended Award 

City of Camden

Camden City Hall  

Camden City 

Camden

$50,000 

Rutgers University

Queen’s Campus 

New Brunswick City

Middlesex  

$22,275 

Navesink Maritime Heritage Association

Grover House  

Middletown Township

Monmouth

$22,291 

County of Passaic

Dey Mansion 

Wayne 

Township

Passaic  

$19,443 

Level I Capital Preservation Grants ($50,000 – $150,000) 

Applicant

Project Name  

Municipality 

Property County  

Recommended Award 

NJ State Park Service

Absecon Lighthouse 

Atlantic City 

Atlantic  

$88,560 

Borough of Fieldsboro

White Hill Mansion 

Fieldsboro 

Borough

Burlington  

$24,000 

Cape May MAC

Emlen Physick Estate 

Cape May City  

Cape May  

$81,620 

Llewellyn Park Preservation Foundation, Inc.

Llewellyn Park Historic District 

West Orange Township 

Essex 

$150,000 

Morris County Park Commission

Speedwell Village 

Morristown Town  

Morris  

$115,000 

Level II Capital Preservation Grants ($150,001 - $750,000)  

Applicant

Project Name 

Municipality 

Property County 

Recommended Award 

Save Lucy Committee, Inc.

Lucy, the Margate Elephant 

Margate City  

Atlantic  

$673,668 

County of Burlington

Burlington County Prison  

Mt. Holly Township 

Burlington  

$526,500 

Home Port Alliance for the USS New Jersey, Inc.

USS New Jersey  

Camden City  

Camden  

$500,000 

Newark Performing Arts Corp.

Salaam Temple (Symphony Hall) 

Newark City  

Essex 

$750,000 

Borough of Hopewell

Hopewell Railroad Station 

Hopewell Borough

Mercer 

$249,907 

Lake Hopatcong Foundation

Landing Railroad Station 

Roxbury Township

Morris  

$254,879 

Roxbury Historic Trust, Inc.

King Store and Homestead

Roxbury Township

Morris  

$177,127 

Town of Boonton

Stone Arch Bridge  

Boonton Town  

Morris  

$320,000 

Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders

Mary Etta Cox House  

Barnegat 

Township 

Ocean  

$750,000 

NJ State Park Service

Ringwood Manor 

Ringwood 

Borough 

Passaic  

$550,000 

New Jersey Community Development Corporation

First Presbyterian Church of Paterson 

Paterson City  

Passaic  

$750,000 

City of Clifton

US Animal Quarantine Station 

Clifton City  

Passaic 

$300,750 

Stand Up For Salem

Broadway Historic District  (J. C. Penney)

Salem City  

Salem  

$630,000 

Township of Warren

Mount Bethel Baptist Meeting

House 

Warren Township  

Somerset 

$218,495 

Fanwood-Scotch Plains Rotary Frazee House Inc.

Elizabeth and Gershom Frazee House 

Scotch Plains Township 

Union 

$337,161 

Musconetcong Watershed Association

Hoffman Grist Mill

Franklin Township 

Warren

$525,000

Multi-Phase Capital Level II Preservation Grants ($500,000 - $750,000)  

Applicant

 

Project Name 

 

Municipality  

Property County 

Recommended Award 

Save Ellis Island Inc.

Statue of Liberty National Monument, Ellis Island and Liberty Island 

Jersey City  

Hudson 

$560,422 

Monmouth University

Shadow Lawn  

West Long Branch Borough 

Monmouth 

$750,000 

Special Initiatives

 

Applicant

Project Name

Municipality

Property

County

Recommended Award

County of Passaic

Passaic County Regrant Program

Paterson

Passaic

$500,000

New Jersey Historic Trust

Discover New Jersey License Plate Program

Trenton

Mercer

$50,000

 

2020 Preserve New Jersey Grant Deadline Extended

In response to the COVID-19 health crisis sweeping the nation, the New Jersey Historic Trust is extending the 2020 Preserve New Jersey grant deadline until June 4, 2020 at 4:00pm.  We understand that our applicant organizations may be having difficulty completing the application by the original due date of April 23, 2020. As a result, all Preserve New Jersey grant applicants have until June 4, 2020 at 4:00pm to submit the online application. Additionally, all supporting documentation must be uploaded to a USB drive and received by the New Jersey Historic Trust no later than June 4, 2020 at 4:00pm.   

 

We appreciate your understanding. If you have any questions or concerns about your 2020 Preserve New Jersey grant application, please reach out to NJHT staff.   

 

New Jersey Historic Trust Announces Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund Grants Available

TRENTON, NJ – The New Jersey Historic Trust (Trust) today announced that applications for the Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund are now available. Applications must be submitted by April 23, 2020.

 This year, the Trust will offer both planning and heritage tourism (Historic Site Management) grants and ‘bricks and mortar’ (Capital Preservation) grants. Eligible applicants are 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations, as well as units of county, municipal or state government. Eligible properties must be certified eligible for listing on the New Jersey Register of Historic Places by August 1, 2020.

 “Historic preservation can open the door for cultural enrichment, education, and revitalization opportunities in every single one of our communities, which is why our Administration is expanding ways to advance capital preservation and planning projects throughout New Jersey,” said Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver, who serves as DCA Commissioner. “Governor Murphy and I are encouraging all 565 municipalities to take advantage of the many revitalization and enhancement opportunities that are now available through the Trust by applying for these valuable grants.”

 Planning grants may be used for activities that will assist in planning for long-term stewardship, development and successful management of historic sites, including developing preservation plans, engineering studies or archaeological assessments. The Trust is also offering grants to foster heritage tourism initiatives that may include visitor readiness surveys, wayfinding, and developing linkages between attractions. The maximum grant request is $50,000 and requires a $1 match for every $3  requested. 

 “We anticipate a highly competitive grant round,” said New Jersey Historic Trust Executive Director Dorothy Guzzo.  “There is a very strong need for planning money, but even more so for construction funds that will help save our historic resources for new and continued uses.”

 Capital preservation grants may be used for construction expenses related to the preservation, restoration, repair, and rehabilitation of historic property and professional fees necessary to prepare and complete the construction project. There are two levels of capital request. At Level I, the maximum request is $150,000 and requires a match of $2 for every $3 requested. At Level II, the maximum request is $750,000 and requires a match of $1 for every $1 requested. All construction projects should be supported by previous studies, such as preservation plans or assessments. The Trust will again offer applicants the opportunity to apply for a multi-phase project to facilitate funding for substantially complex projects. In this category, the Trust may commit up to three years of funding at the $750,000 level, assuming all other requirements have been met.

 Applicants are strongly encouraged to read the grant guidelines to determine if the proposed project is eligible for funding and may contact Trust staff with questions at 609-984-0473.

 The Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund was established by legislation in 2016 after New Jersey voters approved a change to the state constitution to provide a stable source of funding for open space, farmland and historic preservation by dedicating funds from the corporate business tax. The Preserve New Jersey Fund continues the work of the Garden State Historic Preservation Trust Fund (2000-2012) and the Historic Preservation Bond Program (1990-1997). Since 1990, more than $156 million in matching grants has been awarded to worthy historic preservation construction and planning projects throughout the state.

 Created by the State Legislature, the New Jersey Historic Trust is a nonprofit historic preservation organization affiliated with the Department of Community Affairs. Governed by a 15-member board of trustees, the mission of the Trust is to advance historic preservation in New Jersey for the benefit of future generations through education, stewardship and financial investment programs that save our heritage and strengthen our communities.

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New Jersey Historic Trust Announces Preserve New Jersey Preservation Grant Award Recommendations

Nearly $12 Million Awarded for Preservation Planning, Heritage Tourism and Capital Projects

TRENTON, NJ – The New Jersey Historic Trust (Trust), an affiliate of the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA), today approved $11,902,723 in grant recommendations from the Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund (Fund) for 67 preservation planning, heritage tourism, and capital projects to save and promote historic sites throughout the state. Implementing legislation signed by Governor Murphy in June increased the Trust’s portion of the corporate business tax dedication from 5% to 7%. The grant recommendations, approved by the New Jersey Historic Trust Board, will be presented to the Garden State Preservation Trust at its next meeting on October 8, 2019. The grants will then require a legislative appropriations bill and the governor’s approval before funds become available.

“Historic structures and places are a foundational part of our towns that serve as community gathering spaces, heritage and tourism attractions, and places of recreation and respite - they are the places we love and they are so vital to improving New Jersey’s economy and quality of life,” said Acting Governor Sheila Oliver, who serves as DCA Commissioner. “Preserving our treasured historic places through these Trust grant awards will also help to ensure that future generations will benefit from knowing and experiencing their rich and storied past.”

Twenty-six of the grants will help fund preservation planning projects such as condition assessments, historic structure reports, archaeological investigations, and construction documents. Three grants will help fund heritage tourism initiatives to improve visitors’ experiences at historic sites. Thirty-eight grants will fund capital preservation projects on sites listed in the New Jersey Register of Historic Places. All of the grants awarded to nonprofit organizations or entities of municipal, county, and state government require a recipient match.

New this year, the Trust accepted applications for large-scale, multi-phased projects. Five of the thirty-eight capital grants were approved for their first phase. Future phases will be allocated in subsequent appropriations.

“We are very excited to recommend so many worthwhile projects for funding. The increase in the Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund has enabled the Trust to help many more historic sites” said Historic Trust Executive Director Dorothy P. Guzzo. “Increasing access to our state’s historic places is a top priority for the Trust. Sites from every corner of the state are reflected in this list.”

Funding for the current grant round is dedicated from a voter-approved constitutional amendment that created the Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund, which is supported by income from the corporate business tax and will receive an annual allocation in support of historic preservation. The Preserve New Jersey Fund continues the work of the Garden State Historic Preservation Trust Fund and voter-supported referendums that have committed over $156  million to more than 900 historic preservation projects since 1990. All funded resources are listed in the New Jersey and National Register of Historic Places, either individually or within designated historic districts.

Established in 1967, the New Jersey Historic Trust is the only nonprofit historic preservation organization in New Jersey created by state law. The Trust became a DCA affiliate in 2002 in an effort to better align the state’s smart growth initiatives with historic revitalization. Its mission is to advance historic preservation in New Jersey for the benefit of future generations through education, stewardship and financial investment programs that save our heritage and strengthen our communities.

2019 Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund Grant Recipients

Note: the project names are as listed in the National Register of Historic Places and may not reflect the current names of the property.  Projects are listed in each category alphabetically by county.

Historic Site Management Grants for Planning Documents (up to $50,000)

 

Applicant

 

Project Name

 

Property County

Property Municipality

 

Grant Award

 

New Milford Borough

French Huguenot Cemetery and Huguenot Church Site Historic District

Bergen

 

New Milford Borough

$11,250.00

Alice Paul Institute

Alice Paul Birthplace (Paulsdale)

Burlington

Mt. Laurel Township

$27,263.00

Shipman Mansion Foundation, Inc.

Red Dragon Canoe Club

Burlington

Edgewater Park Township

$15,150.00

Doane Academy

Doane Academy 

Burlington

Burlington City

$41,524.00

John Woolman Memorial Association

John Woolman Memorial House

Burlington

Mount Holly Township

$38,445.00

New Hanover Township

General Edward S. Godfrey House

Burlington

New Hanover Township

$30,000.00

Haddonfield Friends School

Haddonfield Friends School

Camden

Haddonfield Borough

$50,000.00

Camden County Historical Society

Benjamin Cooper Ferry and Tavern

Camden

Camden City

$50,000.00

City of Jersey City

Van Vorst Park Historic District

Hudson

Jersey City

$45,000.00

Hudson County

Lincoln Park (West Side Park)

Hudson

Jersey City

$50,000.00

City of Bayonne

Bayonne Truck (Hook and Ladder) House #1

Hudson

Bayonne City

$22,500.00

Trent House Association

William Trent House

Mercer

Trenton City

$46,950.00

Edison Memorial Tower Corporation bda/ Thomas Edison Memorial Center at Menlo Park

 

Thomas A. Edison Memorial Tower

Middlesex

 

Edison Township

$28,688.00

Allentown Public Library Association, Inc.

First Baptist Church and Parsonage

Monmouth

Allentown Borough

$18,750.00

Town of Boonton

Boonton Ironworks

Morris

Boonton Town

$50,000.00

Roxbury Township

Lafayette School

Morris

Roxbury Township

$12,815.00

Morris County Park Commission

Merchiston Farm

Morris

Chester Township

$50,000.00

Morris County Park Commission

Mount Hope Miners’ Church

Morris

Rockaway Township

$23,738.00

Morris County Park Commission

Moses Estey House at The Speedwell Village Historic District

Morris

Morristown Township

$23,625.00

County of Passaic

Passaic County Courthouse

Passaic

Paterson City

$50,000.00

City of Paterson

Great Falls Historic District (Ivanhoe Mill Wheelhouse)

Passaic

Paterson City

$50,000.00

Hamilton Partnership for Paterson, Inc.

S.U.M. Auxiliary Steam Plant Foundation

Passaic

Paterson City

$24,000.00

Friends of Passaic County Parks

Westervelt-Vanderhoef House

Passaic

Clifton City

$14,049.00

Friends of Long Pond Ironworks

Long Pond Iron Works (Hewitt Church)

Passaic

West Milford Township

$13,447.00

City of Clifton

John and Anna Vreeland/Hamilton House

Passaic

 

Clifton City

$25,312.00

Musconetcong Watershed Association

Hoffman Grist Mill

Warren

Franklin Township

$50,000.00

 

Historic Site Management Grants for Heritage Tourism Projects (up to $50,000)

Applicant

 

Project Name

Property County

Property Municipality

Grant Award

 

Old Barracks Association

Old Barracks

Mercer

Trenton City

$16,239.00

Trenton Downtown Association

Old Barracks

Mercer

Trenton City

$30,000.00

Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms

Craftsman Farms

Morris

Morris Plains Borough

$43,875.00

 

Level I Capital Preservation Grants ($5,000 - $150,00)

 

Applicant

Project Name

Property County

Property Municipality

Grant Award

Save Lucy Committee, Inc.

Lucy, the Margate elephant

Atlantic

Margate City

$20,400.00

 

City of Linwood

Linwood Borough School #1 (Linwood Public Library)

 

Atlantic

 

 Linwood City

 

$60,000.00

The Shipman Mansion Foundation, Inc.

Red Dragon Canoe Club

 

Burlington

 

Edgewater Park

 

$125,700.00

Cherry Hill Township

Barclay Farmstead

Camden

Cherry Hill Township

$90,000.00

Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities

The Cape May Lighthouse

 

Cape May

 

Lower Township

 

$29,090.00

HCSV Foundation

Spicer Leaming House (HCSV)

Cape may

Lower Township

$51,200.00

Millville Army Air Field Museum, Inc.

Millville Army Air Field Historic District

 

Cumberland

 

Millville City

 

$42,189.000

 

Gloucester County

James and Ann Whitall House at Red Bank Battlefield

 

Gloucester

 

National Park Borough

 

$142,500.00

Washington Township Historic Preservation Commission

 

 

George Morgan Jr. Stone House

 

Gloucester

 

Washington Township

 

$22,887.00

Gloucester County Historical Society

Moravian Church

Gloucester

Woolwich Township

$90,000.00

1759 Vought House, Inc.

Christoffel Vought Farmstead

Hunterdon

Clinton Township

$15,000.00

Historic Morven, Inc.

Morven

Mercer

Princeton Township

$53,550.00

The Information Age Science and History Learning Center and Museum (InfoAge)

 

Camp Evans Historic District

 

Monmouth

 

Wall Township

 

$14,124.00

 

Allaire Village, Inc.

Deserted Village of Allaire Historic District

 

Monmouth

 

Wall Township

 

$20,000.00

Ayres/Knuth Farm Foundation, Inc.

Ayres (Knuth) Farm

Morris

Denville Township

$73,000.00

Friends Meetinghouse and Cemetery Association of Randolph Township

 

Friends Meeting House

 

Morris

 

Randolph Township

 

$143,844.00

 

Roxbury Township

Morris Canal Inclined Plane 2 east

Morris

Ledgewood Township

$50,040.00

Salem Old House Foundation

Abel Nicholson House

Salem

Elsinboro Township

$86,400.00

Peters Valley School of Craft

Peters Valley Historic District

Sussex

Layton Township

$51,150.00

Merchants and Drovers Museum

Merchants and Drovers Tavern

Union

City of Rahway

$150,000.00

Township of Mansfield

Mount Bethel Methodist Church

Warren

Mansfield Township

$120,000.00

 

Level II Capital Preservation Grants ($150,001 - $750,000)

 

Applicant

Project Name

Property County

Property Municipality

Grant Award

City of Burlington

William R. Allen School

Burlington

Burlington City

$746,250.00

Bayshore Center at Bivalve

Bivalve Oyster Packing Houses and Docks, and "AJ Meerwald" Schooner

 

Cumberland

Commercial Township

$533,105.00

City of Jersey City

Reservoir #3

Hudson

Jersey City

$750,000.00

Hunterdon Land Trust

Case-Dvoor Farmstead

Hunterdon

Raritan Township

$750,000.00

Township of Piscataway/Fellowship for Metlar House

Metlar House (Knapp/Bodine House)

 

Middlesex

 

Piscataway Township

 

$175,000.00

Township of Rockaway

Ford-Faesch Manor House

Morris

Rockaway Township

$348,388.00

 

Borough of Seaside Heights

Dr. Floyd L. Moreland Carousel and Wurlitzer 146 Band Organ

 

Ocean

 

Seaside Heights Borough

 

$750,000.00

Township of Berkeley

Manitou Park School House

Ocean

Berkeley Township

$656,537.00

City of Paterson

Van Houten House

Passaic

Paterson City

$250,000.00

Friends of Historic Bernardsville

Dunster Squibb House

Somerset

Bernardsville Borough

$222,349.00

County of Union

Feltville Historic District

Union

Berkeley Heights Township

$450,000.00

Knowlton Township Historic Commission

Ramsaysburg Homestead

Warren

Knowlton Township

$365,725.00

 

Multi-Phase Capital Level II Preservation Grants ($500,000 - $750,000)

 

Applicant

Project Name

County

Property Municipality

Grant Award

 

Hoboken Public Library

Hoboken Free Public Library and Manual Training School

 

Hudson

 

Hoboken City

 

$750,000.00

 

Hunterdon county Board of Chosen Freeholders

Flemington Historic District (Hunterdon County Courthouse)

 

Hunterdon

 

Flemington Borough

 

$747,000.00

New Jersey Community Capital (Community Loan Fund of NJ, Inc) and the City of Trenton

 

 

East Trenton Library

 

 

Mercer

 

 

Trenton City

 

 

$750,000.00

Township of Mount Olive

Seward House

Morris

Mount Olive Township

$504,675.00

County of Passaic

Lambert Castle (Belle Vista)

Passaic

Paterson City

$750,000.00

New Jersey Historic Trust featured on On Demand hosted by Rob Lowe

The New Jersey Historic Trust is proud to present a short-form documentary produced by On Demand with Rob Lowe highlighting the important preservation work the Trust undertakes throughout the state of New Jersey. Dorothy Guzzo, Executive Director of the New Jersey Historic Trust, was joined by Vonda Givens from the Stickley Museum, and Linda Caldwell Epps from Sankofa Collaborative, in this short-form documentary featuring Craftsman Farms. The segment discusses the role of historic preservation in saving New Jersey’s history and the positive impact the Trust’s grant programs have on hundreds of historic sites across the state.

 

Click here to see the full five minute short-form documentary.

Click here to see the one-minute short.

 

Look for us on prime-time television! Our commercial will be featured on nearly 200 television stations throughout the U.S. and broadcasted in the NYC and Philadelphia tri-state areas between 7:00 am-11:45 am and 6:00 pm-11:45 pm on the following networks: CNN, Headline News, CNBC, MSNBC, The History Channel, The Travel Channel, and The Discovery Channel! The short-form documentary will begin airing on PBS, with a special introduction by actor, producer, and director Rob Lowe, on May 27, 2019 and run approximately 10 times per month for one year. It’s an exciting time to promote historic preservation and heritage tourism in New jersey! 

New Jersey Historic Trust Launches Campaign to Preserve NJ's Heritage

September 28, 2018, TRENTON, NJ - The New Jersey Historic Trust is launching a new state-wide campaign, “Revolutionize. Revitalize. Rediscover. NJ History,” to help save New Jersey’s history through sales of the Discover NJ History license plates.

The New Jersey Historic Trust plays a key role in preserving New Jersey history for future generations. The Trust has helped restore and preserve hundreds of historic locations in every county in the state. Unfortunately, many historic sites are still threatened.

Proceeds from sales of the Discover NJ History license plates are used to provide grants to communities and non-profit organizations to preserve the state’s historic sites.

“Every New Jerseyan can support the Trust’s important work by purchasing a Discover NJ History license plate,” said Dorothy Guzzo, executive director of the New Jersey Historic Trust. “Buying and displaying the license plate helps save New Jersey’s history, now.”

Just a few sites aided by the New Jersey Historic Trust include:

  • The Hunterdon County Courthouse is best-known as the site of the 1934 “Trial of the Century,” where Bruno Richard Hauptmann was convicted for the abduction and murder of the son of aviation hero Charles Lindberg. Grants from the New Jersey Historic Trust helped restore the courthouse and attached jail to its appearance during the Lindberg trial era.

  • A major Jersey shore attraction for over a century and a National Historic Landmark, Lucy the Margate Elephant stands six stories high and is visited by more than 25,000 people a year. Lucy required a great deal of work to ensure her continued survival. New Jersey Historic Trust grants helped fund exterior repairs and painting, including the “Howdah” mounted on her back that is used as the observation deck.

  • The Dey Mansion, located in Wayne, served twice as George Washington’s headquarters. Washington advisors Alexander Hamilton and James McHenry stayed at the mansion with him. Here Washington gave command of West Point to infamous traitor Benedict Arnold. It has served as a museum since 1934. The New Jersey Historic Trust helped fund interior and exterior restoration.

  • The Peter Mott House is the oldest known house in the community of Lawnside, which was founded as a free African-American settlement. It was almost demolished, but local efforts helped save it. It is now a museum that highlights the connections between the house, Lawnside, and the Underground Railroad. New Jersey Historic Trust grants helped fund exterior restoration and interior rehabilitation of the house.

Another goal of this campaign is to support heritage tourism, a major reason visitors come to New Jersey.

About 11 million people visit New Jersey’s historic sites each year, almost half from out-of-state, resulting in $2.8 billion in spending, supporting almost 40,000 jobs and generating $715 million in federal, state and local taxes.*

You can learn more about The New Jersey Historic Trust, how to help save New Jersey’s history and how to purchase the Discover NJ History license plate by visiting https://www.preservenjhistory.com/.

*Source: The Economic & Fiscal Impacts of Heritage Tourism in New Jersey

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33 Historic Preservation Planning Projects Recommended for Grant Awards

New Jersey Historic Trust Announces Preserve New Jersey Preservation Grant Award Recommendations

More Than $1 Million Awarded for Preservation Planning Projects

 

TRENTON, NJ - The New Jersey Historic Trust, an affiliate of the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA), today approved $1,037,621 in grant recommendations from the Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund for 33 preservation planning projects to save and promote historic sites throughout the state. The grant recommendations, approved by the New Jersey Historic Trust Board, will be presented to the Garden State Preservation Trust at its next meeting and require a legislative appropriations bill and the Governor’s approval before funds are available.

“Historic preservation is an integral part of community and economic revitalization and I am excited to see a diverse list of grant recipients this year,” said Lieutenant Governor Sheila Y. Oliver, Commissioner of the Department of Community Affairs. “From historic homes, farms, libraries, train stations, and villages, the work that will be accomplished with the preservation grants will help to secure the future of our most treasured historic places in the Garden State.”

Twenty-nine of the grants will help fund preservation planning projects such as condition assessments, historic structure reports, archaeological investigations, and construction documents.  The remaining four grants will help fund projects to improve visitors’ experience at historic sites by assessing heritage tourism potential and creating interpretive plans and signage.  All the grants, awarded to nonprofit organizations or entities of municipal, county and state government, require a match from the recipient. 

“We are pleased to recommend funding for preservation planning to so many worthy projects in this grant round, and particularly to support sites that wish to develop heritage tourism and improve the visitor experience,” said Historic Trust Executive Director Dorothy P. Guzzo. “By saving our historic buildings, we can benefit from their impact on the tourism economy as well as encourage local pride.”

Funding for the current grant round is dedicated from a voter-approved constitutional amendment that created the Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund, which is supported by income from the corporate business tax and will receive an annual allocation in support of historic preservation. The Preserve New Jersey Fund continues the work of the Garden State Historic Preservation Trust Fund and voter-supported referendums that have committed $145 million to more than 800 historic preservation projects since 1990.  All funded resources are listed or eligible to be listed in the New Jersey and National Register of Historic Places, either individually or within designated historic districts.

Established in 1967, the New Jersey Historic Trust is the only nonprofit historic preservation organization in New Jersey created by state law. The Trust became a DCA affiliate in 2002 in an effort to better realign the state's smart growth initiatives with historic revitalization. Its mission is to advance historic preservation in New Jersey for the benefit of future generations through education, stewardship and financial investment programs that save our heritage and strengthen our communities.

2018 Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund Grant Recipients

Note: the project names are as listed on the National Register of Historic Places and may not reflect the current names of the property. Projects are listed in each category alphabetically by county.

Historic Site Management Grants for Planning Documents (up to $50,000)

 

Project Name

Property County

Property Municipality

Grant

Award

Fire Station #8

Atlantic

Atlantic City     

$50,000.00

James C. Rose Residence

Bergen

Ridgewood Village

$37,224.00

Greenfield Hall

Camden

Haddonfield Borough

$24,352.00

Hangar #1

Cape May

Lower Township

$29,813.00

Historic Cold Spring Village Historic District

Cape May

Lower Township

$37,107.00

Judge Nathaniel Foster House

Cape May

Lower Township

$38,850.00

Cumberland County Courthouse

Cumberland

Bridgeton City

$50,000.00

Old Stone School

Cumberland

Greenwich Township

$11,109.00

Moravian Church

Gloucester

Woolwich Township

$43,186.00

West Jersey Depot Train Station (Glassboro Train Station)

Gloucester

Glassboro Borough

$7,500.00

Hoboken Firehouses & Fireman's Monument

Hudson

Hoboken City

$37,500.00

Hoboken Free Public Library and Manual Training School

Hudson

Hoboken City

$50,000.00

Mahlon Fisher Residence (Doric House)

Hunterdon

Flemington Borough

$20,625.00

William Lindsay White House

Hunterdon

Kingwood Township

$30,000.00

Andrew and Hannah Drake Farmstead/Brookdale Farm

Mercer

Pennington Borough

$49,090.00

In and Out Social Club

Mercer

Trenton City

$22,500.00

Isaac Pearson House

Mercer

Hamilton Township

$50,000.00

Buckelew/Austin/Webb/Pulda Farm Historic District

Middlesex

North Brunswick Township

$21,375.00

Allen House

Monmouth

Shrewsbury Borough

$47,550.00

Ayres' Farm

Morris

Denville Township

$5,550.00

Jacob Ford Powder Mill Site

Morris

Morristown Town

$30,954.00

Lafayette School

Morris

Roxbury Township

$14,156.00

Middle Valley Chapel

Morris

Washington Township

$5,000.00

Lambert Castle

Passaic

Paterson City

$50,000.00

Van Riper Hopper House & Van Duyne House

Passaic

Wayne Township

$28,500.00

Daniel Robert House

Somerset

Somerville Borough

$23,535.00

Voorhees Dutch Barn

Somerset

Bedminster Township

$50,000.00

Old Newton Academy

Sussex

Newton Town

$34,225.00

Homestead Farm at Oak Ridge

Union

Clark Township

$50,000.00

 

Historic Site Management Grants for Heritage Tourism Projects (up to $50,000)

Project Name

Property County

Property Municipality

Grant Award

Roebling Wire Company

Burlington

Florence Township

$36,415.00

George Morgan Stone House

Gloucester

Mantua Township

$5,001.00

Dey Mansion (Passaic County Interpretive Plan)

Passaic

Wayne Township

$41,397.00

Black Creek Site

Sussex

Vernon Township

$5,107.00

The 1772 Foundation Awards Grants to New Jersey Historic Preservation Organizations - 25 grant recipients announced

1772 logo

May 29, 2018, NEWPORT, RI - The 1772 Foundation, partnering for the eighth year with the New Jersey Historic Trust, awarded historic preservation grants totaling $293,786 to 25 private nonprofit organizations in New Jersey. The grants ranged in amount from $3,175 to the grant maximum of $15,000. 12 of the 25 organizations received the maximum grant amount. Each grant recipient was required to have matching funds for its project. Grants also were awarded in Connecticut and Rhode Island.

Grants were provided for exterior work: painting, surface restoration, fire/security systems, repairs to/restoration of porches, roofs and windows, repairs to foundations and sills, and chimney and masonry repointing.

President of The 1772 Foundation, B. Danforth Ely, commented on the importance of these grants to the preservation community. "They fund maintenance and restoration work that might otherwise be deferred. Funding for such work is often harder to come by than funding for programming. The requirement of a match means our dollars go further and also demonstrates to us community support and the recipients' commitment to preserving their buildings."

New Jersey Historic Trust Executive Director, Dorothy Guzzo, added, “The Historic Trust is pleased to present these recommendations for funding assistance to The 1772 Foundation. We continue to see applications from historic sites that need our help and are new to the philanthropic community. These matching grants go a long way to preserving important places in New Jersey’s past."

Grant recipients were:
Cranbury Historical and Preservation Society, Inc. (Cranbury Township)
Delaware River Mill Society (Stockton Borough)
The Friends of Millstone Township Historic Registered Property (Millstone Township)
Friends of the Loew's (Jersey City)
Gloucester County Historical Society (Woolwich Township)
The Heritage and Agriculture Association, Inc. (Wantage Township)
Historic Cold Spring Village (Cape May)
Historic Restoration Trust of the Township of Nutley (Nutley Township)
Historical Educational Lodge-Hall Preservatory (Swedesboro)
Hunterdon Art Museum (Clinton Town)
Long Beach Island Historical Association (Beach Haven Borough)
Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (Lower Township)
Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum (Lower Township)
New Jersey Community Development Corporation (Paterson City)
Princeton AlumniCorps (Princeton)
Reeves-Reed Arboretum (Summit City)
Save Ellis Island (Ellis Island)
Sourland Conservancy (Montgomery Township)
Sparta Historical Society (Sparta Township)
Squan Beach Life Saving Station Preservation Committee (Manasquan Borough)
Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association (Pennington Borough)
Township of Ocean Historical Museum (Ocean Township)
The Union Township Historical Society (Union Township)
Westampton Township Historical Society (Westampton Township)
The GFWC Woman's Club of Rutherford (Rutherford Borough)

The 1772 Foundation was named in honor of its first restoration project, Liberty Hall in Union, NJ, which was built in 1772 and is the ancestral home of the Livingston and Kean families. The late Stewart B. Kean was the original benefactor of The 1772 Foundation. The 1772 Foundation works to ensure the safe passage of our historic buildings and farmland to future generations. More information about The 1772 Foundation may be found at www.1772foundation.org.

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A PDF of this announcement is available HERE.

A complete list of 1772 Foundation projects funded through the New Jersey Historic Trust is available HERE.

New Jersey Cultural Trust Approves Over $300,000 in FY 2018 Capital Historic Preservation Grants

Awards to Support Diverse Improvement and Restoration Projects across New Jersey

NOVEMBER 17, 2017 - Advancing its ongoing commitment to preserving and protecting New Jersey’s rich and diverse historic resources, the New Jersey Cultural Trust (NJCT) has announced $304,655 in FY 2018 Capital Historic Preservation grant awards to 13 qualified organizations and projects statewide. With the FY 2018 grant awards, the Cultural Trust has now approved over $7 million in financial stabilization and historic preservation projects across New Jersey to date.

Pursuant to the Cultural Trust Act of 2000, annual NJCT grants are awarded following a third-party, independent peer review process and are based on recommendations from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, New Jersey Historical Commission, and the New Jersey Historic Trust. For FY 2018, recommendations were made by the New Jersey Historic Trust.

“The work of the New Jersey Cultural Trust is unique and unlike any other agency across state government, and these FY 2018 awards illustrate how important its work remains to the state’s arts and history communities,” said Sara Cureton, executive director of the New Jersey Cultural Trust. “This year’s grants will facilitate important repairs and improvements to several historic properties and, in doing so, will help ensure their enduring historical legacy and appeal to visitors for years to come.”

For the FY 2018 round, awards of up to $25,000 were available for eligible activities including stabilization, repair, restoration, adaptive reuse and improvements to cultural or historic properties, including adapting for increased accessibility. In addition, all project proposals must be in conformance with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties. All history, arts, and humanities organizations with stewardship responsibility for historic resources that are listed on the New Jersey Register of Historic Places, and qualified by the New Jersey Cultural Trust, were eligible to apply for FY 2018 capital historic preservation funding.

The FY 2018 NJHC Capital Historic Preservation grant awards are as follows (by County):

The Shipman Mansion Foundation - Red Dragon Canoe Club, Burlington, $25,000
Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts - Emlen Physick Estate, Cape May, $25,000
Naval Air Station Wildwood Foundation - Hangar #1, Cape May, $25,000
Red Mill Museum Village - M.C. Mulligan & Sons' Quarry (The Red Mill), Hunterdon, $25,000
The 1759 Vought House, Inc. - Vought Farmstead, Hunterdon, $25,000
Hunterdon Land Trust - Case-Dvoor Farmstead, Hunterdon, $25,000
Howell Living History Farm - Pleasant Valley Historic District: Chicken Sheds, Mercer, $25,000
Old Barracks Museum - Old Barracks, Mercer, $20,355
Morris County Historical Society - Acorn Hall, Morris, $9,300
Growing Stage – The Children’s Theatre of NJ - Palace Theater, Morris, $25,000
Merchants and Drovers Tavern Museum Association - Merchants and Drovers Tavern, Union, $25,000
duCret School of the Arts - George Strong Residence, Union, $25,000
Monmouth County Historical Association - Holmes-Hendrickson House, Monmouth, $25,000

TOTAL:$304,655

The New Jersey Cultural Trust (NJCT) was created in July 2000 as a public/private partnership to help ensure a stable and healthy nonprofit cultural industry in New Jersey that is sustainable even in the toughest of economic times. This is achieved through the establishment of a permanent, interest-generating fund to be an additional source of revenue to nonprofit arts, history, and humanities organizations. The NJCT provides grants to support capital projects, endowments, and institutional and financial stabilization of arts, history, and humanities organizations in New Jersey. Funding for the grants comes from interest earned on the Cultural Trust Fund, which is a permanent investment fund.

Original press release from NJCT

Notice of Readoption: Historic Preservation Revolving Loan Program

MAY 15, 2017 - Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 52:14B-5.1.c, the rules implementing the Historic Preservation Revolving Loan Program have been readopted without change and shall continue in effect for a seven-year period, ending May 15, 2024.

View the official announcement (PDF).

Learn more about the Revolving Loan Fund

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New Jersey Historic Trust Announces “Bricks and Mortar” Preservation Grant Awards

Nearly $3 Million Awarded to 25 Projects

JANUARY 17, 2017, TRENTON, NJ - The New Jersey Historic Trust today announced $2,988,859 in grant awards through the Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund for 25 “bricks and mortar” capital preservation projects located at historic sites. The grants, recently approved by the Garden State Preservation Trust, will require a Legislative appropriations bill and the Governor’s approval before funds are available.

“These grants will help restore these sites and preserve their historic, architectural, and aesthetic character for generations to come,” said Department of Community Affairs (DCA) Commissioner Charles A. Richman.

Funding for the current grant round is dedicated from a voter-approved constitutional amendment that created the Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund, which is supported by income from the corporate business tax. The Fund will receive an annual allocation in support of historic preservation projects for planning and construction. All grantees are nonprofit organizations or entities of municipal, county and state government. All funded projects are listed on the New Jersey and National Register of Historic Places, either individually or within designated historic districts. The Preserve New Jersey Fund continues the work of the Garden State Historic Preservation Trust Fund and voter supported referendums that have committed $140 million to more than 750 historic preservation projects since 1990.

“Each grant round is highly competitive,” explained Historic Trust Executive Director Dorothy P. Guzzo. “While we were able to fund almost half of the requested number of applications in this grant round, there is still tremendous need for financial support of historic preservation at the state, county and local levels. We are very pleased to have this ongoing source of funding to help meet those needs.”

Established in 1967, the New Jersey Historic Trust is the only nonprofit historic preservation organization in New Jersey created by state law. The Trust became a DCA affiliate in 2002 in an effort to better realign the state's smart growth initiatives with historic revitalization. Its mission is to advance historic preservation in New Jersey for the benefit of future generations through education, stewardship and financial investment programs that save our heritage and strengthen our communities.

For more information on the New Jersey Historic Trust and its funding programs, visit njht.org. Note: the project names are as listed on the National Register of Historic Places and may not reflect the current names of the property.

Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund Grant Recipients:

(alphabetical by County)

Red Dragon Canoe Club, Edgewater Park, Burlington County, $125,875.00
St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Burlington City, Burlington County, $150,000.00
White Hill Mansion, Fieldsboro, Burlington County, $45,000.00
Goshen School, Middle Township, Cape May County, $150,000.00
Joseph Falkenburge House, Dennis Township, Cape May County, $150,000.00
Bloomfield Cemetery: Receiving Vault, Bloomfield, Essex County $66,000.00
Hoboken City Hall, Hoboken, Hudson County, $150,000.00
The Dr. Barrow Mansion, Jersey City, Hudson County, $150,000.00
Case-Dvoor Farmstead, Raritan Township, Hunterdon County, $150,000.00
St. Michael's Episcopal Church,Trenton, Mercer County, $45,000.00
All Saints' Memorial Church Complex, Navesink, Middletown, Monmouth County $150,000.00
Carlton Theatre (Count Basie Theatre), Red Bank, Monmouth County, $147,900.00
Major John Burrowes Mansion, Matawan, Monmouth County, $149,358.00
The Towers (Strauss Mansion), Atlantic Highlands, Monmouth County, $133,448.00
Craftsman Farms: White Cottage, Parsippany-Troy Hills, Morris County, $150,000.00
First Presbyterian Church of New Vernon, New Vernon, Morris County, $150,000.00
Hartley Dodge Memorial, Madison, Morris County, $150,000.00
Landing Railroad Station, Roxbury Township, Morris County, $150,000.00
Nathan Cooper Grist Mill, Chester Township, Morris County, $13,200.00
Cedar Bridge Tavern, Barnegat Township, Ocean County, $150,000.00
Daniel Robert House (Somerville Borough Hall), Somerville, Somerset County, $46,360.00
Christ Episcopal Church, Newton, Sussex County $131,400.00
Evergreen Cemetery, Hillside, Union County, $150,000.00
George A. Strong Residence, Plainfield, Union County, $114,318.00
The Clearing (Reeves-Reed Arboretum), Summit, Union County, $21,000.00

New Jersey Historic Trust advances historic preservation in New Jersey for the benefit of future generations through education, stewardship and financial investment programs that save our heritage and strengthen our communities. The Historic Trust seeks to achieve its mission by serving as a leading voice for preservation at the state level; catalyst for preservation and community revitalization activities; a full partner in state policy development and a technical and financial resource for the stewardship of historic properties.

This announcement is also available on the NJ Department of Community Affairs website HERE

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Hurricane Sandy Recovery

The following resources provide information, news, and tips for those affected by Hurricane Sandy

New Jersey Office of Emergency Management:
http://ready.nj.gov/

New Jersey State Historic Preservation Office Hurricane Sandy Cultural Resources Recovery:
http://www.state.nj.us/dep/hpo/hurricane_sandy.htm

Post-Sandy Revovery Tips (pdf - includes a variety of resources from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and other preservation organizations)

More resources and information

 

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