Monmouth County Historical Commission to Recognize Important Buildings

July 5, 2013
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FREEHOLD – The Monmouth County Historical Commission is now accepting nominations for its annual preservation awards program that recognizes the efforts and accomplishments of residents in preserving buildings and other structures that have historic value.

Anyone, including a property owner, may nominate a structure that has historic value and has undergone preservation work that was substantially completed in 2013. Homes, business buildings, houses of worship, public buildings and other Monmouth County structures that are more than 50 years old are eligible for the award. Complete entry information, including an application, is available on the Monmouth County website at

“Residents and business people who do the work to preserve local structures and buildings deserve public praise and recognition,” said Freeholder Lillian G. Burry, liaison to the county’s historical commission. “The historical commission has a tradition of finding some historic gems in the community and acknowledging the people who make sure that we continue to remember our past.”

The nomination process is simple and entails the completion of a one-page application that can be downloaded from the county’s website at or by calling 732-431-7413. Completed applications should be mailed to Monmouth County Historical Commission, Hall of Records Annex, 2nd floor, Freehold, NJ 07728. The deadline for submissions is March 28, 2014.

“Nominations may be made for a variety of building types,” said Randall Gabrielan, executive director of the county historical commission. “Adaptive reuse projects as well as the preservation of private homes are eligible for recognition.”


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