• Heritage Homes seeks nominations for annual award

    Does your home or your neighbor’s qualify for one of the prestigious Heritage Home Awards?
    The recent economic decline has resulted in a dip in the number of homes applying for — and being granted — permits for construction in Pacific Grove. The result is atht there is only a small pool of nominations for this year’s annual Heritage Home Awards. The Heritage Society seeks more entries.
    Each year, a panel of judges carefully examines entires and visits the sites. “If we do not have a viable selection pool I will have to skip the event for this year and wait for more viable choices in future years,” said Scott Hall, chairman of the event.
    While construction is once again on the upswing, a home must be complete the qualify for the awards. Nominees may stretch back five years to qualify, and homes which did not win when nominated previously may certainly apply again.
    The closing date is March 29, 2013 while the awards ceremony is currently set for May 17, the middle of National Preservation Month.
    A copy of the form may be obtained by emailing Scott Hall at scott@halllandscape.com or by writing the Heritage Society at PO Box 1007, Pacific Grove, CA 93950. We have also made it available on our website at https://cedarstreettimes.com/pdf/2013 Heritage House award nomination.pdf

    posted to Cedar Street Times on March 6, 2013

    Topics: Front PG News


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