Monday, April 6, 2015

CEDC presentation 6 p.m. this Wednesday at 200 Locust

The nonprofit Columbia Economic Development Corporation hired a team of mostly Lancaster County redevelopment experts to explore Columbia, interview its business, government and other leaders, and plot a way forward for the underused downtown, said executive director Janice Nikoloff.
The consultants will make a public presentation of their findings 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 8 at 200 Locust St., Columbia.

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  1. 50% of the large buildings that are suitable for antique malls are already being used by by antique malls, and they think we need 50% more antique malls ? It must be nice to get paid to tell people that whatever is already working will most likely keep on working ! And we paid them to tell us that we need to focus on the Market House ? This whole thing is getting to be the laughing stock of the community.

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  2. What else can they say other than the taxes are too high for businesses to consider this town over other areas.

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  3. is this meeting OPEN to the PUBLIC???????? OR is it INVITE only?

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    1. The article says it's a public presentation, so I'm guessing it's open to the public.

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  4. It has been advertised as open to the Public with free cookies. Word on the street is that hundreds of section 8 tenants up and down Locust and Second Street are coming in for free cookies !

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