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Posted on March 30 2012, 11:20am by Mark Esper
in Local News
Silverton Town Manager Jason Wells stands next to a wooden barrel and its liner on display at Town Hall. Such barrels, but with a different type of lid, will be rolled out as trash cans in downtown Silverton this summer.
The volunteer task force working on downtown revitalization is moving forward with prioritizing various elements of the initiative and hoping to see some results this summer.
“It’s really important that progress get made — and quickly,” said Town Planning Director David Michaelson, who facilitated the second meeting of the group last week.
The revitalization effort is focusing on both long-term improvements and things that can be done over the next year or two.
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