Public Gets Closer Look At Watertown's Revitalization Plan

Public Gets Closer Look At Watertown's Revitalization Plan

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The public got a closer look at Watertown's $10 million revitalization plan.

An open house was held in the Empsall Building in downtown Watertown Wednesday.

All of the proposed projects were outlined and even mapped out for people to see where they will take place in the city.

People were able to give feedback and point out which projects they feel are most important.

"The YMCA upgrade is exciting for me. I like that one because it's an investment in our future," said Matthew Dickinson, Watertown resident.

"They're trying to A - get people downtown and B - make it more convenient for people to get downtown. There were some marketing initiatives to get people more informed," said Jeffrey Kimball, Watertown resident.

Planning officials will take the feedback from the open house into consideration before the plan is finalized next month.

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