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Public invited to collaborative town hall aimed at revitalizing downtown Kirksville

Would you like to see the City of Kirksville have an active and vibrant downtown. If so, you're being asked to share feedback at an upcoming Missouri Main Street Connection Collaborative Town Hall Forum. That event will take place on Thursday, November 1.

Would you like to see the City of Kirksville have an active and vibrant downtown?

If so, you're being asked to share feedback at an upcoming Missouri Main Street Connection Collaborative Town Hall Forum.

KDIC President Kirk Ranson and Vice President Jessica Parks stopped by the set of Good Morning Heartland to talk about Kirksville’s upcoming Town Hall Forum hosted collaboratively with Missouri Main Street.

That event will take place on Thursday, November 1.

It is being hosted by the Kirksville Downtown Improvement Committee.

The forum will allow those in attendance to talk about ways to establish Kirksville as a destination, and revitalize the downtown.

All people interested in making a difference are invited to attend.

The forum will take place at A.T. Still University's Interprofessional Education Building (dental school at 500 W. Jefferson) in rooms 151 and 153.

Those that attend will be able to:

*Learn about Missouri Main Street Connection and the four point approach to revitalization

*Contribute your ideas for future downtown projects, events and more

*Find out how you can make a difference for the community

The forum is open to the public & interactive. Interested business owners, community leaders, club/organization representatives, high school/college students, etc. are invited to attend.

CLICK HERE to like Kirksville Downtown Improvement on Facebook and to learn more about their mission.


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