Lexington: Scientific investigation to increase understanding of three historic sites. Peabody: As reported in the Boston Globe, the new Peabody Leather Workers Museum is built with $550K of CPA funds.
Rockport: Extensive restoration and rehabilitation of the historic Community House to convert to a senior center with proposed borrowing $1.5M against CPA funds. Plans by preservation architecture firm: McGinley Kalsow & Associates.
Williamstown: Cable Mills project combines historic preservation and affordable housing. And, a project is in the works to purchase St. Raphael's Church property to convert the church and rectory into eight affordable housing units.