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Posted on March 08 2012, 1:54pm by Mark Esper
in Local News
New street signs, garbage cans on the way, but some say much more needs to be done.
The Town of Silverton will be installing new street signs and new garbage cans in the downtown area once the snow clears this spring.
But town officials and many business owners and residents want a lot more to be done to make downtown Silverton more attractive.
About 20 people showed up Thursday, March 1, for the first session of the Downtown Revitalization Committee, being facilitated by Town Planning Director David Michaelson.
Those in attendance said they recognized the town’s lack of resources.
“But we’re a volunteer town and we can get so much done,” said Town Trustee Karla Safranski.
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