Valley Falls- October 8th from 7-8:30pm the community of Valley Falls was invited to attend an informational session to learn if listing the village on the National Historic Register would benefit property owners in the village. William Krattinger of New York’s State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) and Erin Tobin, Regional Director of Technical Services and Grants for the Preservation League of New York State spoke to the community about the possibility of listing the Village on the National Register of Historic Places. “At the end of the day the community decides.” Krattinger and Tobin discussed with the many property owners who attended the informational session the pros and cons of nominating Valley Falls for the National Register. “Valley Falls is a beautiful place. I am sure you all are happy and proud to live here,” says Tobin.
Read the entire article in the Oct. 30th issue of the Express.