By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
SEYMOUR >> First Selectman Kurt Miller is hoping to attract more people
downtown to shop, dine and recreate, and is working on a plan to provide
additional parking spaces to make that happen.
“Parking has always been an issue downtown,” Miller said. “As we work to grow
and bring in more people to our downtown, we need make sure we are taking steps
to improve our overall parking situation.”
Miller, during a recent Board of Selectmen meeting, presented an idea that
potentially could create 15 additional parking spaces in the Strand Theatre
parking lot on Main Street.
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