$90,000 grant from Senator Bonacic will fund external and internal renovation of the Town Hall.
LIBERTY, N.Y. (January 31, 2017) – The Town of Liberty was awarded a $90,000 grant from Senator Bonacic through the State and Municipal Facilities Capital Program. Funds will be used to repair and repaint the siding at the Town Hall, repurpose space at the Parks and Recreation building to increase utility and relocate offices within the Keller Building to make better use of the facility.
“The Town is very grateful to Senator Bonacic for his continued support of efforts to preserve our historic Keller Memorial Town Hall,” said Liberty Town Supervisor Charlie Barbuti upon receiving the grant. “The financial assistance we have received from the Senator will permit the Town Offices to remain in the Village. The Town Office campus includes the Keller Building, the Senior Citizen’s Center/Parks and Recreation office, Lapolt Park, Liberty Stage and parking area. The campus generates much needed activity to our downtown, attracting visitors and residents alike; all of which are essential to the village remaining the center of our community.”
For more information, call 845-292-7690 or visit the Town of Liberty’s website: www.townofliberty.org.
About Liberty, N.Y.
Located at the crossroads of the Catskill Mountains and Hudson Valley region, Liberty is just 90 minutes from New York City. Known for its top notch trails and parks, Liberty is an ideal weekend getaway. Nationally recognized for its award winning school district, those who visit choose to stay. And with its business-friendly climate and strategic location, Liberty is an ideal place to do business. Liberty, New York: live here, play here and do business here!