Council to discuss Main Street Iowa application
Parks and preservations programs will headline Monday’s regular meeting of the Newton City Council, as discussion regarding updates and future projects in both Newton’s greenspaces and downtown areas take up the majority of the agenda.
First on the agenda is a briefing regarding the Main Street Iowa program, an organization that has most recently spurred the downtown revitalization of Colfax through numerous grants. The program, operated by the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s National Main Street Center, has been active in Iowa for more than 25 years and is currently comprised of 48 member communities.
According to Director of Finance and Development and Acting City Administrator Bryan Friedman, during the last few months, “the Newton Chamber of Commerce has been assisting stakeholders of downtown Newton in learning about the process of gaining Main Street Iowa designation.”
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