Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District awards two grants

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Mariann Dalimonte, executive director of Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District, Harry DeFeo, owner of Harbor Deli and Harbor Deli Too and Diane DeFeo, owner of Harbor Deli and Harbor Deli Too. (Photo courtesy of Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District)

The Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District (BID) issued a $5,000 Facade Rehabilitation Grant to Harbor Deli and a $2,000 New Tenant Bonus Grant to Harbor Deli Too.

Harbor Deli is located at 306 Main Street and Harbor Deli Too is located at 35 Old Shore Road. The purpose of the Facade Rehabilitation Grant Program is to provide assistance to property owners and businesses within the district that are interested in the rehabilitation of their exterior building facades. The purpose of the New Tenant Bonus Program is to allow our organization to help start a business within the business improvement district.

“The façade grant money awarded to Harbor Deli was used for their new sky-blue aluminum letters and the new tenant grant money awarded to Harbor Deli Too was used to help offset the expense for interior painting and purchasing of new furniture,” stated Harry DeFeo, owner of Harbor Deli and Harbor Deli Too.

“Our organization is very thankful to Harry and Diane DeFeo for wanting to enhance the façade at Harbor Deli and for taking over an empty storefront on Shore Road for Harbor Deli Too,” stated Mariann Dalimonte, executive director of the Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District.

Mariann Dalimonte, executive director of the Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District and Fernando Mejia, manager of Harbor Deli Too. (Photo courtesy of Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District)

Submitted by the Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District.

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