By Eric Anderson Updated 8:45 pm, Wednesday, June 1, 2016
|Photo: PAUL BUCKOWSKI|
The town plans to announce a package of incentives for Columbia Turnpike, and also will step up enforcement of existing codes addressing issues ranging from signs to abandoned vehicles.
It's also seeking grants to install sidewalks along the road, and Conway said the town will "do a lot of landscaping" at the water treatment facility on the town's western edge to make a more attractive entry.
Wednesday's demolition of the derelict restaurant building "signals the end of the decline of Columbia Turnpike," Conway said.