CONWAY, N.H.—The village of Conway, N.H., is getting $450,000 to help spruce up parts of its Main Street area as part of a recently announced package of improvements for the state.
The money will go toward replacing roughly 6,000 feet of sidewalk areas along Main Street. Trees will be planted and benches will be added.
Fire District Commissioner Joe Quirk tells WMWV-FM that once the work is completed, he thinks Conway Village will be the nicest in the state. He's not sure when the work will start.
The funds are part of nearly $1.7 million allowed for projects around the state. They were announced late last month by U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter.
Information from: WMWV-FM, http://www.wmwv.com