For the past year, Nunda residents have been meeting in an effort to form an organization to support businesses and residents of the Greater Nunda Area. The result is the “Greater Nunda Action Partnership” (GNAP), and members of the Nunda area are invited to attend a general meeting of this new organization on Tuesday, June 25, at 7:00 pm at the Nunda Historical Society, 24 Portage Street.
Attend the meeting to learn more about GNAP and its focus on building a community that encourages development and growth of business and ensures a safe, attractive, accessible environment for area residents, students and visitors. Learn about the attractive logo designed by Chelsea Amrhein, the goals of this new membership organization, how you can join, and how you can take part.
Preservation staff from the Landmark Society of Western New York are experts in helping Rochester area communities preserve and capitalize on their rich architectural, historical, and cultural heritage. Staff members will be at this meeting to discuss how preservation plays a major role in a community’s economic development.
Learn how the National Register program benefits both communities and home owners and about the importance of a “Historic Resources Survey” project as one of the basic preservation “tools” for local planning. An understanding of our historical and cultural heritage can assist us in redefining the future of Nunda and help to identify how things like preservation and tourism development can play a role in our economic growth. We are excited to share information on GNAP and get your thoughts concerning potential projects to be considered. We hope to see many Nunda area residents at this general meeting to learn about GNAP and the benefits of preservation projects as we all work to improve our community. Plan to join us.