City Of Harrison To Discuss Downtown Development Wednesday

Community members will be able to voice their opinions during this Town Meeting.

(Harrison, Oh.) – The entire community of Harrison has been invited to a Town Meeting to discuss the future of the city.

The meeting will be held on October 17th, from 7:00-8:30 PM, at the Council Chambers, 300 George Street.

The principal consultant of the 2018 “Envision Harrison” Comprehensive Plan, Emily Crow, will be present to listen to the ideas and concerns of residents and business owners regarding the future downtown changes.

A major theme of this comprehensive plan is to create a development strategy for the downtown area.

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