Poll shows interest in dining, shopping options still abound
By Marty Finley
Monday, April 29, 2013 at 4:57 pm (Updated: April 30, 5:53 am)
Heath Seymour said the desire exists for a mixed-use facility in downtown Elizabethtown, providing restaurants and shopping residents who live in the area could walk to.
City and Heritage Council officials gleaned the information during an informal poll at a quarterly downtown design meeting, in which participants were asked what they would like to see the former Herb Jones Chevrolet property developed into.
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