Owego Among Nine New York Communities Competing for “Prettiest Painted …
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Thanks to a national competition to find the “Prettiest Painted Places in America,” people across the country are discovering what New York residents have long known: The Empire State has some of the most beautiful towns and neighborhoods to be found anywhere.
Sponsored by the Paint Quality Institute, whose mission is to educate the public about quality paints and coatings, the “Prettiest Painted Places” competition has drawn nine entries from New York: Chautauqua Institution, Village of Ellicottville, Village of Malone, Village of Medina, Village of Owego, Rhinebeck, Seneca Falls, the Village of Tannersville, and Wellsville.
Over the next few weeks, the nine New York communities will vie with nearly 200 nominees from other states for regional and national honors, as judges with expertise in color selection, exterior painting, and home improvement review the entries, conduct additional research and make selected site visits. Finalists will be announced in late September, and the nation’s 12 “Prettiest Painted Places” will be revealed in mid-October.
The Paint Quality Institute has conducted its competition twice before, most recently in 2000. Its purpose is to vividly show how an attractive paint color scheme can greatly enhance the “curb appeal” of any structure’s exterior.
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