Program that started in 2010 has sparked many beautification projects



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Lincoln Square Pancake House in downtown Greenfield received a $3,000 matching grant from the Greenfield Main Street facade grant program in 2011 to install new awnings on its storefront. (Jim Mayfield / Daily Reporter)


GREENFIELD — Nothing kicks an improvement project over the top like a coat of fresh paint or a new awning, and downtown residents and business owners have until July 25 to apply for some financial aid to spruce things up.

Applications are now available for Greenfield Main Street Inc.’s summer 2014 facade grants, which offer property owners the opportunity to qualify for a matching grant up to $3,000 for storefront enhancements, said Main Street board member David Dellaca.

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