Main Street of Hope will be holding its second public forum on the downtown revitalization plan at 6 p.m., April 27th at the Hope Moravian Church in the fellowship hall.
The plan is being developed by Storrow Kinsella Associates and architect Louis Joyner.
During the public workshop, residents will be able to give their thoughts on the consultants' recommendations for downtown Hope.
More than 40 residents participated in the first public workshop on March 30th. Since the first workshop, Main Street of HOPE has been working with the consultants to refine recommendations based on workshop input, identify potential funding sources, and develop implementation strategies, says Susan Thayer-Fye, director of Main Street of Hope.
Main Street of Hope is a community organization dedicated to the revitalization of the Hope Town Square through historic preservation and beautification, promoting local businesses while attracting new businesses, creating new housing opportunities, and becoming a destination for tourism
For more information: Susan Thayer-Fye, 812-343-3798.