Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at 12:00 am (Updated: April 11, 12:01 am)
A revitalized downtown, beautification and tourism development are just three strategies the City of Williamstown may use as it looks to the future.
The city recently held a community meeting at Williamstown High School outlining a proposed master plan to shape the city’s development.
That plan, along with a draft of a strategic plan for the city, was created by a variety of public input and the help of the Kentucky League of Cities (KLC.)
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