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Monument Restoration Project to Begin


June 15, 2015

| Historical Commission
| Updated

April 20, 2016

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With Community Preservation Act funding approved in 2014, the Town is about to begin the restoration of its historic war monuments. The project, which will be overseen by the Sudbury Historical Commission, was spearheaded by town resident Rachel Goodrich who saw a need and contributed many hours of work to build support for the project, will be undertaken by a qualified restorer, Jeff Buccacio from Buccacio Sculpture Studios LLC in Natick. 8 monuments scattered around Sudbury will be restored, repaired, relettered and otherwise spruced up. Some of these monuments are over 100 years old. Descriptions of the monuments can be found in an informative brochure produced by the Sudbury Military Support Network. Some of the monuments will be removed from their sites for more in-depth restoration, while others will be restored on-site. Overgrown vegetation around the monuments will be removed for the project.

Questions on this project can be directed to the Planning and Community Development office at 978-639-3387.