Charlestown, NH, May 28, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Settled in 1740, The Fort at Number 4 was the Northernmost English settlement at the time, and set the foundation for what is now Charlestown, N.H. However, two years ago, this historic landmark was forced to shut its doors to the public. This didn’t sit well with the Chester Masons, who have taken it upon themselves to see the Fort reopened for the public. Cota & Cota is pleased to be able to contribute to their effort for the educational benefit of Charlestown and the surrounding area. Cota & Cota has donated time to get the water running again, as well as fix any plumbing issues. Cota & Cota and the Chester Masons urge the public to become engaged in the revitalization of The Fort at Number 4, a non-profit jewel and piece of American history in our midst.
Since 1941, Cota & Cota, Inc. has supplied quality home heating fuels to residents of Southeastern Vermont and Southwestern New Hampshire. Cota & Cota, Inc. also provides complete plumbing and heating services.