The Main Street Perryville, Inc. (MSP)program is the smallest Main Street program in Kentucky, located in Perryville a town of 753 people. Since 2015 MSP has been an Accredited National and Kentucky Main Street Program. MSP is lead by our executive director, Vicki Goode and a board of 10 hard working folks. We do our best to carry out the four points of a good Main Street program. We are focused on economic restructuring in the west end of Boyle County, 10 miles west of Danville. This MSP for the last 10 years has restored and rented six buildings in the Merchants Row (MR) area of Perryville. Merchants Row is a goup of 11 circa 1830's buildings on Buell Street that were in use during the bloodiest Civil War battle in Kentucky,know as the Battle of Perryville, October 8, 1862. In 2016 we had a re-investment of $1,226,895, and in 2017 re-investment of $2,173,314. This Main Street Program should be chosen because we are carrying out our mission by increasing the towns economy, restoring and re-purposing these historic 200 year old buildings for new businesses and providing tax income to the city budget by putting these buildings back on the tax roles. MSP is currently in the process of restoring a circa 1830's two story house, at the junction of US 150 and US 68 that will become or welcome center for historic Merchants Row along with a small museum, genealogy research library and the Main Street Perryville office. We have spent $75,000 on the restoration and need an additional $60,000 to complete the project. $25,000 would be a boost to this project and will allou us to generate other funds for the completion of our project.