Nomination Deadline April 10
For 2017 Preservation Awards
COOPERSTOWN – Otsego 2000 is seeking nominations of deserving projects for its 18th annual Historic Preservation Awards for Otsego and Schoharie counties.
Nominations are due be April10 in the following categories:
- Cornerstone Award For a project that promotes a preservation ethic through the maintenance or repair of a historic home, building or landscape.
- Renaissance Award For a project that revitalizes a home, building or landscape while keeping or renewing its historic character through substantial rehabilitation or adaptive re-use. Properties receiving this award are not only improved in their own right, but provide benefits to the neighborhood or community.
- Preservation Advocate Award For an individual or group who has worked tirelessly on preservation projects and/or encourages tangible historic preservation goals for the community’s benefit.
- Community Pillar Award For a municipal, commercial, or institutional project that demonstrates responsible stewardship of, and a commitment to, the historic integrity of a building, landscape, or streetscape.
- Education and Outreach Award For a project such as an educational publication, history exhibit or program, or interpretive signage. Projects nominated in this category must demonstrate that they further historic preservation goals or objectives.