The Town of Warsaw’s many projects, Main Street revitalization with its many aspects and the Gannon Property reconstruction, are on track for the next step, according to Joseph Quesenberry, Warsaw Town Manager.
The restaurant Relish on Main Street is the first to have its façade plans approved by the town. While the restaurant itself will pay for the façade work at the time, its expenses will be reimbursed through the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD). Warsaw is currently undergoing an audit, which is the only aspect holding up that part of the process. According to Quesenberry, the audit is in its final stages. “We have completed the final audit and it is under final review,” he said. “It is on my to-do list.” He expects to have the audit completed by the end of the month.
The town will be pursuing business façade improvements on Main Street under a four-phase plan. Some buildings, such as Relish, are included in phase one where their plans are completed and ready to go. Phase two and three involve varying degrees of readiness, with only some details still missing from their façade plans.
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