One of the biggest concerns facing the Harriman Temperance Building has been stabilization.
With the help of $25,000 in grant funds from the Tennessee Historical Commission, it will soon be dealt with.
Gov. Bill Haslam announced last week that Harriman is one of 28 communities that grants to “support the preservation of historic and archaeological sites, districts and structures.”
“It is the cornerstone of Harriman,” said Mike Demyanovich, a member of the Temperance Building preservation committee.