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Kristen McCauley
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Barbara Wright and Kristen McCauley are now friends
Nov 16, 2009
Kristen McCauley left a comment for Kathy Heilman
"Hi Kathy, Thanks so much for getting back to me. Everyone's been so helpful. I was unable to make the last general meeting because I had to work, but I should be able to come to the November meeting. I was hoping the Historical Society might…"
Nov 5, 2009
Kathy Heilman left a comment for Kristen McCauley
"Hi Kristen, the building is owned by the lawyer adjacent to the railroad station. He is willing to give it to the township. county, etc, or negotiate with the township to leave it on his property but make it public. Kathy"
Oct 26, 2009
Barbara Wright left a comment for Kristen McCauley
"Kristen, Its great to see that you are interested in helping us study and preserve some of Milltown's historic sites! We would love to help you, and invite you to come join us. As you can see on the homepage, we have a meeting this Tuesday…"
Oct 18, 2009
Kristen McCauley left a comment for Kathy Heilman
"Hi Kathy, I grew up in Milltown and am currently a graduate student at Rutgers in the Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies program. For a class in architectural preservation I am interested in writing a preservation plan for a historic…"
Oct 14, 2009
Kristen McCauley is now a member of Milltown History
Oct 14, 2009

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Hometown:
Milltown, NJ
Did your parents/ grandparents live in Milltown? If so, what were their names?
Parents: Jean Marie & Gregory McCauley
About Me:- Tell us about yourself
My family lived in Milltown from 1987-2000, i grew up there. I attended Good Day Nursery School, Our Lady of Lourdes School, and even Joyce Kilmer School for two years. I played recreational softball and participated in all sorts of other town activities, including marching in the 4th of July parade a few times. Now I am a graduate student at Rutgers University in the Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies Program. Although my personal interest in the preservation of Milltown history developed long before I started this program, I see it as an opportunity to finally get more involved. I'm currently taking a course in Architectural Preservation and would like to focus on a Milltown building for my final term project, a preservation plan of a historic building. Specifically, the Michelin factory, or the Raritan River Railroad Freight station, depending on the degree of access I am able to get. The Preservation Plan includes a history of the building as well as a detailed exterior and interior architectural description, before any preservation recommendations can be made. I would love to meet with members of the Historical Society or Milltown Revitalization to talk more about this project.
What is your interest in Milltown history?
see above.

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At 8:58pm on October 18, 2009, Barbara Wright said…
Kristen,
Its great to see that you are interested in helping us study and preserve some of Milltown's historic sites! We would love to help you, and invite you to come join us. As you can see on the homepage, we have a meeting this Tuesday 10/20 at 6:30pm, at the Museum Annex (the back building).
Barbara Wright
At 9:26pm on October 26, 2009, Kathy Heilman said…
Hi Kristen, the building is owned by the lawyer adjacent to the railroad station. He is willing to give it to the township. county, etc, or negotiate with the township to leave it on his property but make it public.

Kathy

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