PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Construction work is needed on the historic St. John’s Episcopal Church in Pleasantville, according to Examiner News.
Church officials say the 100-year-old building requires rehabilitation of its rooftop gutters and underground drainage systems, as well as its stone facade, said the Examiner News.
Parishioner Peter Russell told Examiner News that the roof requires over $200,000 worth of attention.
Aid could come if the church is added to the National Register of Historic Places, possible because it has a wing built in 1914, said Examiner News.
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