Livable Community-Revitalization Initiatives (Destiny Driver #10)

November 24, 2009

By 2015 revitalization initiatives will energize our downtowns and retail centers, increasing commercial and retail sales.

4 Responses to “Livable Community-Revitalization Initiatives (Destiny Driver #10)”

  1. […] 2015 revitalization initiatives will energize our downtowns and retail centers, increasing commercial and retail […]

  2. Sal said

    It would be “awesome” to have some 24/7 place to do various daily activities (e.g. gas, restaurant, store/groceries, etc…). For example, one of those unique “truck stops” you find along many interstates. I know we are not located on an interstate highway, but if you look in the map-we are 45-60 minutes away from all directions from a major “town/city” (e.g. NE-Alexandria, E-Sauk Centre, SE-Wilmar, etc..). Thus, Morris is located in a busy “intersection” in west-central Minnesota, which the town/city can “capitalize” on this thru-traffic location. What do you all think? How do we actually “sell” this idea to a business (not a BIG one or corporation) to come here do something similar to this?

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  4. Storefront Improvement Programs Keeps Money Working for Morris
    February 7 2011

    A new use at the Morris City Revolving Loan Fund offers a new look to Main street Morris.

    Michael Haynes is the Director of the Stevens County Economic Improvement Commission. He says Morris businesses will be able to apply for a 5 year loan of up to $30,000 at 1 percent interest for cosmetic or structural improvements. Haynes said this includes anything from energy efficient windows to handicap accessibility or a new sign.

    Previously the $439,000 of Revolving Loan Funds were designated for new business development but the Storefront Renovation Loan Program will keep the funds working for the business district continuously.

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