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Newark surveying residents on how to spend $10 million in DRI funds

Newark residents are being surveyed on how they want to spend $10 million dollars in state Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) Funds.


The survey is aimed at helping the local DRI planning committee understand the public’s perception of downtown and to find out what residents see as the most needed improvements.

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The survey is available online here and here, and through the Instant Input smartphone app, available for free on the AppStore or Google Play. You can pick up a hard copy at the Village Municipal Building at 100 East Miller St. Surveys must be completed by April 30.


The local DRI planning committee will meet Thursday, April 7 from 6-8 p.m. at the Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES Conference Center at 131 Drumlin Court in Newark. The public is welcome. The meeting will also be streamed on Zoom. You must register to attend via Zoom.

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The committee hopes to have a DRI plan completed by July.



 

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