HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) — Hagerstown Mayor David Gysberts has announced six partners who will work with a consulting firm to help create a new vision for the city’s downtown.
The Herald Mail reports Philadelphia-based Urban Partners are in the process of helping the city develop an economic analysis and development plan for downtown Hagerstown.
The city says its new partners in the project represent the local financial and real estate community.
The six partners named to join the effort are Rob Ferree of Bowman Development Corp.; David Lyles of David Lyles Developers; Paul Crampton of Paul Crampton Contractors; Brad Pingrey of M&T Bank; Julien Etches of Avison Young; and Ryan Daughtridge of Bustin’ Boards/Bikle’s.
The process is expected to be completed by June.
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