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July 9, 2013

Eyesores, new business targeted

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FORT COVINGTON —

“We want to beautify Main Street, and we’re looking to do things that are practical and will have long-term benefit for the area.”

The Town Council plans to create a town website that will not only improve communication with its residents but can be used as a marketing tool for potential business investors and visitors.

“We’re moving cautiously,” Cushman said. “You want to make sure you can get the best bang for your dollar.

“We’re looking for great ideas that will benefit Fort Covington.”

Email Denise A. Raymo:draymo@pressrepublican.com

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