Main Street Morgantown presented with Historic Preservation Award for the Downtown Morgantown Historic District

Main Street Morgantown was in attendance this past Sunday, October 16 at the Capitol complex in Charleston to receive a recognition award for historic preservation for the Downtown Morgantown Historic District.  The event, “Our Legacy, Our Future,” was produced by the WV Division of Culture and History – State Historic Preservation Office in celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966.  Because historic preservation is part of the Main Street Morgantown mission, we were presented with this historic preservation recognition award.

From the event program: “Representing a significant period from 1795-1945, this commercial district has resources related to the development of Morgantown from an agricultural community to a thriving city. District boundaries closely follow the original grid of Morgantown as laid out by Zackquill Morgan, founder of the town.  This district includes a collection of architectural styles including Romanesque Revival, Italianate, Gothic Revival, Classical Revival and Federal.”

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Cutright resigns – Ready for the next chapter

TerriCutrightApril 3, 1990 was the beginning of a 25-year Main Street Morgantown career for Terri Reed Cutright. That part of her professional career will end on December 31, 2014. Terri’s plans are to begin to fully develop her business services company, Terri Reed Cutright & Associates LLC; specializing in project management, grant development, fundraising, community and downtown revitalization, event planning and additional management and marketing services.

Cutright reflects on projects/programs she is most proud of during her tenure at MSM, “Definitely my favorite project is the recruitment of the Morgantown Farmers’ Market to the downtown and then performing and organizing the fundraising on the $803,000 permanent structure, rest rooms and culinary facility.” To see this well designed venue Continue reading “Cutright resigns – Ready for the next chapter”

30 Years of Progress

web 30Take a look at all that Main Street Morgantown has accomplished toward its mission of downtown revitalization during its 30 years, and don’t forget to join us tomorrow to celebrate MSM’s Belated Birthday Party. Get your invite here.