Laura Mancuso, a 2005 graduate of Maryland’s Historic Preservation Program has been named Town Historian of her hometown of Brookfield, CT, unanimously voted in by Brookfield’s Board of Selectmen last week. Mancuso is currently the Construction Grant Coordinator for Connecticut’s State Historic Preservation Office (CT SHPO), where she oversees the Historic Restoration Fund program. In her additional role as Brookfield’s historian, Mancuso looks forward to educating Brookfield about the town’s physical history. To read more about her appointment, recently featured in the Housatonic Times, click here
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