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Joshua Thomas - In front of the plaque installed at village hall are Fort Plain Mayor Guy Barton and Friends of Fort Plain Special Projects Coordinator Elizabeth Marosek.

Joshua Thomas - In front of the Fort Plain Firemen's Home are, from left, Fort Plain Fire Dept. Trustee George Falk, Friends of Fort Plain Special Projects Coordinator Elizabeth Marosek, and Fort Plain Mayor Guy Barton.

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Plaques installed at historic properties

Wednesday, September 03, 2014 - Updated: 8:30 PM

FORT PLAIN -- Plaques denoting what year the Village Municipal Building and Firemen's Home, both of Canal St., were originally constructed, also noting their status as National Register of Historic Places properties, were recently installed on the front of each building.

The plaques, sold as a fundraiser by the Friends of Fort Plain, were purchased for the village by the William Gundry Broughton Charitable Private Foundation, Inc., of Glenville, at $375 a piece.

Anybody within the historic district that is interested in procuring a plaque for their property can call the village office at (518) 993-4271.

-- Joshua Thomas

     

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