Brighton Township was awarded $250,000 from the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Recreation and Conservation Grant Program. The awarded funds will be used for Brighton Township Fireman’s Social Hall.
The Brighton Grange Renovation Project became necessary as membership and volunteers for the Brighton Township VFD made operating in the existing building impossible. The project proposes the renovation of the existing building for ADA compliance, energy efficiency and needed upgrades to form and function. Additionally, the parking area will be renovated to improve access and traffic circulation, along with storm water management and landscaping improvements.
“Brighton Township has taken a great step in addressing the needs of the existing building. By updating its ADA compliance and switching some products over to more energy efficient designs, they are making sure the building is more up-to-date and accessible for its community.” said Senator Vogel, “I am in full support of Brighton Township and was delighted to get the news that they had received funds.”