Bryley Systems was awarded a grant from the Town of Clinton’s Downtown Commercial Improvements Program. This Program, which is funded jointly by the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development, makes funds available to business and property owners who wish to make improvements to their property. With funds from this grant, Paul Tucker of Sign Logic, transformed the Bryley logo into a visually interesting sign, complimenting the company’s historic building at 200 Union Street.
The Commercial Improvements Program is one of many good things happening in downtown Clinton, new businesses and restaurants, improved parking and ancillary streets, a revitalized downtown merchants association, and coming over the next year, approximately $5.5 million dollars in lighting and streets-cape improvements. Cathy Livingstone, co-owner of Bryley Systems, is a member of the Downtown Steering Committee and works alongside other Clinton business and property owners providing guidance to the town during the different stages of the improvement plan. Bryley Systems enjoys their downtown location and is looking forward to all the future improvements that are planned for Clinton.