Berlin Looks For State Grants

The town of Berlin is applying for a state grant of $500,000 to help property owners in the center of town improve their buildings.


The officials targets Farmington Avenue, Main Street, Mill Streat, and New Britain Road for the program. The money will be used to pay for facade improvements to commervial properties along those streets.

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