5/28 – Fort Hancock Committee to Hear Friday from Historical Architect

May 28, 2014

By John Burton

HIGHLANDS – The Fort Hancock Federal Advisory Committee will present a historical architect at its scheduled meeting on Friday to discuss the available tax incentives and federal rehabilitation standards as it relates to Fort Hancock.

Audrey Tepper, historical architect with the National Park Service’s Technical Services Branch, will appear at the committee meeting with her presentation slated for after 1 p.m.

The meeting, which will begin at 9 a.m., will be held at Twin Lights Historical Site, Lighthouse Road, Highlands. It is open to the public and the public will be given an opportunity to comment and ask questions of the committee.

The National Parks Service convened the Fort Hancock Federal Advisory Committee to investigate future uses and ways to preserve and rehabilitate the aging and deteriorating buildings located at the former military installation at Gateway National Recreation Area at Sandy Hook.




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