The city’s historic preservation commission is holding its 17th annual historic preservation awards on October 29, according to the commission.
Among the organizations listed to receive awards is Alpine Painting & Sandblasting Contractors of Florida Avenue for playing an important role donating resources and expertise helping city residents repaint Hinchliffe Stadium earlier in the year. The contractor will be recognized with the 2014 Good Graces Award.
Scott Seale is being recognized for his role in preserving the historical integrity of his commercial building. Seale will be recognized with the Stewardship Award for a Paterson Historic Commercial Building.
Related Management is being recognized for its role in preserving two mill buildings on Van Houten Street. The company will receive the Stewardship Award for a Paterson Historic Industrial Building for preserving the Essex and Phoenix Mills.
The Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders will be honored for their efforts in restoring the tower of the Lambert Castle. The freeholders will receive the Stewardship Award for Outstanding Public Project in Historic Restoration/Rehabilitation.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Paterson will receive recognition for helping preserve a historic city church building. The diocese will be recognized with the Stewardship Award for Rehabilitation of a Paterson Historic Ecclesiastical Building for rehabilitating the St. Michael’s Church on Cianci Street.
The commission is holding its award on Wednesday, October 29 at the Hamilton and Ward Steakhouse. The ceremony is open to the public with tickets going for $65 each. (973) 321-1355 to purchase tickets.