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  • Projects at the Tavern

    In 2008 the Historical Society received a STEAP grant from the State of Connecticut (Small Town Economic Assistance Program). A number of projects relating to this grant have been recently completed or are in the works. In May, Pro-Film of Torrington applied window film at the Squire's Tavern. This...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Richard on 08-25-2010
  • STEAP Grant Projects Well Underway

    Last spring the Barkhamsted Historical Society was the recipient of a $150,000, Small Town Economic Assistance Program, or STEAP Grant. The grant is specifically geared toward capital improvements and expansion. Several projects had been earmarked for these funds and have either been completed or are...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Richard on 11-21-2008
  • 286) Grant horizon extended

    286) Grant horizon extended - September 15, 2005 Through the efforts of Walt Landgraf and support of officials from the State Department of Environmental Protection, our grant period has been extended by two years. This allows us a longer period of time to utilize the remaining portion of the original...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 09-15-2005
  • 217) Squires Tavern committee meeting

    217) Squires Tavern committee meeting - September 17, 2002 The main item of discussion was the proposed work that will be done to the heating system which should be installed before the cold months arrive. Also discussed were the State grants- closing out the ARC grant and learning more about the $176...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 09-17-2002
  • 191) MAJOR GRANT approved by Bond Commission!

    191) MAJOR GRANT approved by Bond Commission! - May 31, 2002 The State Bond Commission approves a $176,000 grant for the restoration project at the Squires Tavern. This Small Town Economic Assistance grant is the result of a lot of hard work by Squires Tavern committee chairwomen Leslie Cosgrove, town...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 05-31-2002
  • 127) Grant activity

    127) Grant activity - November 30, 2001 Leslie Cosgrove has completed the STEAP (Small Town Economic Assistance Program) grant letter and has it signed by Historical Society officers and local town and state officials. This letter initiates the application for a large grant to support the work at the...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 11-30-2001
  • 117) Historical Society receives $2,000 grant

    117) Historical Society receives $2,000 grant - November 13, 2001 Fund raising efforts by Harriet Winchenbaugh, Ted Bachman and Walt Landgraf pay off as the Farmington River Coordinating Committee approves a $2,000 grant for the Squires Tavern project to fund continued consulting work relating to the...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 11-13-2001
  • 91) Receipt of the $100,000 grant check!

    91) Receipt of the $100,000 grant check! - September 15, 2001 Leslie Cosgrove announces that the $100,000 grant check from the State Office for Planning & Management. One of the requirements of the grant is that these funds be utilized before June 30, 2002, which helps explain the efforts to complete...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 09-15-2001
  • 70) Squires Tavern receives large State grant!

    70) Squires Tavern receives large State grant! - July 31, 2001 State Representative Richard Ferrari announces that the Squires Tavern project will received a $100,000 grant from the State Office for Planning & Management. The money will be used for major repairs to the building and to implement a...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 07-31-2001
  • 22) FIRST GRANT!

    22) FIRST GRANT! - December 6, 2000 The Torrington Area Foundation for Public Giving awards the Historical Society a $2,900 grant for the purpose of hiring a historic building expert and to get help with applying for National Register for Historic Places designation. The expert will inspect the building...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 12-06-2000
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