The Jackson County Library, which includes the renovated 1914 Courthouse, has won the Carraway Award of Merit from Preservation North Carolina, a state branch of the National Trust. The goal was “to protect and promote buildings, landscapes and sites important to the diverse heritage of North Carolina.”
The award was announced Tuesday by McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture in Spartanburg, S.C., which was architect for the Library project that included refurbishment of the historic Courthouse and construction of a two-story addition.
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