Valdese Officials to Pursue State Grant for Main Street Program

Valdese town officials are hoping to tap into a state grant for its Main Street Program during a recent delegation meeting.


According to town Manager Jeff Morse, they will have an answer in 60 to 90 days. If granted with the state funds, the program will open up new opportunities for Valdese, thus improving the current state of its downtown business district.


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