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2017-2018 CLG Grant Projects


Historic Preservation Commissions (HPC) and Boards are encouraged to apply for grants to help carry out historic preservation activities locally. States are authorized to award 10% of their annual grant from the National Park Service Historic Preservation Fund to grantees for preservation activities specified in federal laws and regulations. In 2017-2018, the South Dakota State Historic Preservation Office will pass-through $86,656 to communities for the following projects.
 

Historic Preservation Commissions (HPC) and Boards are encouraged to apply for grants to help carry out historic preservation activities locally. States are authorized to award 10% of their annual grant from the National Park Service Historic Preservation Fund to grantees for preservation activities specified in federal laws and regulations. In 2017-2018, the South Dakota State Historic Preservation Office will pass-through $86,656 to communities for the following projects: 

The Belle Fourche Historic Preservation Commission was awarded a $1,000 grant to supplement memberships for state and national preservation organizations, travel to regional and national preservation conferences for training.

The Brookings Historic Preservation Commission was awarded a $9,342 grant to supplement memberships in state and national preservation organizations, for travel to regional and national preservation conferences for training, to conduct local historic district education tours, and to provide informational materials to educate property owners on state laws and compliance obligations.

The Clay County Historic Preservation Commission was awarded a $13,400 grant to supplement general outreach and promotion through a newsletter and their website, provide for research and awareness through publications and outreach on the county archaeological studies, university fraternity/sorority buildings, and architects, and to assist in hosting the 2018 statewide CLG conference.

The Codington County Historic Preservation Commission was awarded a $1,170 grant to supplement memberships in state and national preservation organizations, to conduct a public education workshop, to purchase postage and office supplies, and for contractural services for the Preservation Commission/Historical Society joint website and telephone service.

The Huron Board of Historic Preservation was awarded a $1,900 grant to supplement memberships in state and national preservation organizations, for travel to regional and national preservation conferences for training, and to conduct a public education workshop.

The Lead Historic Preservation Commission was awarded a $2,000 grant to supplement the production of historical walking tour brochures for the Lead Historic District.

The Mitchell Historic Preservation Commission was awarded a $2,000 grant to supplement memberships in state and national preservation organizations, to travel to regional and national preservation conferences for training, and to produce public educational materials.

The Pierre Historic Preservation Commission was awarded a $8,914 grant to supplement travel to regional and national preservation conferences for training, to produce an educational historic sites brochure, to hold an educational bus tour of historic sites, and for management planning for the Fort Pierre Chouteau National Historic Landmark (NHL)..

The Rapid City Historic Preservation Commission was awarded a $22,000 grant to supplement memberships in state and national preservation organizations, to produce architectural drawings for the downtown historic district, to produce a walking tour brochure, to hold a historic windows workshop, and to purchase supplies.

The Sioux Falls Board of Preservation was awarded a $20,000 grant to supplement memberships in state and national preservation organizations, for travel to regional and national conferences for training, to produce public educational materials for public workshops and media outreach; and training for board and staff.

The Spearfish Historic Preservation Commission was awarded a $4,930 grant to complete Phase 1 of the National Register draft for Jackson Boulevard Historic District and to hold a preservation workshop.


 


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