American Main Street Award Winners Named

The National Trust for Historic Preservation namees five winners of the Main Street Awards, towns lauded for their revitalization efforts.

The National Trust for Historic Preservation announced the five winners of Great American Main Street Awards, towns lauded for their commercial district revitalization efforts. The 2002 winners are: Cedar Falls, Iowa; La Crosse, Wisconsin; Milford, New Hampshire; Okmulgee, Oklahoma; and Staunton, Virginia. The towns were selected by a panel of 10 experts in the fields of community revitalization, economic development, and historic preservation, based on their success in preservation-sensitive commercial district revitalization. The Great American Main Street Awards competition is open to main streets and neighborhood commercial districts in towns and cities of all sizes.

Thanks to California Futures Network

Full Story: National Trust Names Five Winners of Great American Main Street Awards

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