Lunchtime Learning in Monticello with Sullivan Renaissance | Sep. 24, 2018
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Local Opportunity to Volunteer | Aug. 30, 2018
Eligible projects must be visible from the road. Examples include: new signs; improvements to entry gates; planting gardens or barrels of flowers; screening of unattractive areas; landscaping buildings; fence painting; removing eyesores (piles of rubbish, old vehicles); cleaning up litter and trash.
Herb Fischman, one of those who helped form the Sullivan County Vacationers Association which represents seasonal operators, said the program gives seasonal communities a chance to make a difference in their appearance. “Sullivan Renaissance is offering us the opportunity to beautify our properties and participate in the larger mission to cleanup Sullivan County,” he said, “This is a very good thing all around.”
Applications (including “before photos”) must be submitted by June 1. The grants will be awarded before June 30. Projects must be completed before August 8, when “after photos” and receipts are due. Communities will be recognized at the
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Last year 13 seasonal communities took part in the program.
For an application or more information, contact: