DMI awards first Five for Free reimbursement check

Archology owners Lang and Mark Redden stand with Irv Ambrose, DMI chair of the economic restructuring committee after receiving the first Five for Free reimbursement check from DMI. Special to The Chronicle

Archology owners Lang and Mark Redden stand with Irv Ambrose, DMI chair of the economic restructuring committee after receiving the first Five for Free reimbursement check from DMI. Special to The Chronicle

MILFORD – Downtown Milford, Inc. presented the first Five for Free program check to Archology Architecture and Design Services in downtown Milford. The check was presented to owners Lang and Mark Redden by DMI board member, Irv Ambrose, chair of the economic restructuring committee.

 The Five for Free program encourages downtown businesses and property owners to enhance the appearance of their buildings. The program reimburses half of the cost of paint required for the job up to 5 gallons. More businesses are encouraged to take advantage of this program.

Please contact Mr. Ambrose at irvinambrose@comcast.net or DMI Executive Director Lee Nelson for the application form. Mr. Nelson can be contacted at (302)839-1180, e-mail Director@DowntownMilford.org or visit http://downtownmilford.org.

 

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