Saturday, January 14, 2017

Springfield prepares to weigh in on downtown revitalization

The Springfield Select Board is taking its fight against blight to town meeting voters.

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  1. Think of this as a possibility. Invite about 200 Syrian refugees to come to SF. They can fix up the old J&L and Bryant buildings for housing. Then, I am sure, they would be happy to help revitalize any part of town. They are hard workers and good people. And with good ideas. Win win for all.

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    1. Have you actually SEEN the J&L? There's no rehabbing that pile of bricks! Besides, there's already enough unemployed unskilled labor around here without bringing more in. (You will, of course, have to PAY them.) Here's a better idea; turn the buildings that AREN'T crumbling into the ground into moderately priced condos, and sell them to people with money, education, and talent! THAT'S a win-win!

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