Making downtown improvements


Crews from First Choice Glass in Washington C.H. worked on refacing some of a Main Street building Tuesday afternoon as part of a downtown refurbishing project. This initiative began with a grant to make some of the downtown buildings more attractive. The building owner pays for half of the work and the grant pays for the other half. On Tuesday, First Choice Glass worked on the building owned by Bob Green.


Crews from First Choice Glass in Washington C.H. worked on refacing some of a Main Street building Tuesday afternoon as part of a downtown refurbishing project. This initiative began with a grant to make some of the downtown buildings more attractive. The building owner pays for half of the work and the grant pays for the other half. On Tuesday, First Choice Glass worked on the building owned by Bob Green.

Crews from First Choice Glass in Washington C.H. worked on refacing some of a Main Street building Tuesday afternoon as part of a downtown refurbishing project. This initiative began with a grant to make some of the downtown buildings more attractive. The building owner pays for half of the work and the grant pays for the other half. On Tuesday, First Choice Glass worked on the building owned by Bob Green.
http://recordherald.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/08/web1_Man-in-lift-pic-.jpgCrews from First Choice Glass in Washington C.H. worked on refacing some of a Main Street building Tuesday afternoon as part of a downtown refurbishing project. This initiative began with a grant to make some of the downtown buildings more attractive. The building owner pays for half of the work and the grant pays for the other half. On Tuesday, First Choice Glass worked on the building owned by Bob Green.
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