A “Diverse” Group of Wiscasset Residents Holds Brainstorming Session to Get a Grocery Store, Because That’s How Things Works in Diverseland

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wiscasset residentsIdeas were shared in a brainstorming session for attracting a grocery store to Wiscasset village. The shopping list for success includes the right location, ample parking and a willing investor. The two-hour discussion was held Tuesday evening and hosted by the Lincoln Country Regional Planning Commission in its new office on Route 1. Mary Ellen Barnes, the commission’s economic and community development director, co-chaired the meeting with Lucia Droby. Droby owns and operates Carriage House Gardens at 62 Pleasant Street, Wiscasset. She also helped organize the village’s very successful Wiscasset Art Walk. The meeting drew a diverse group of Wiscasset residents including Selectman Judy Flanagan. All were eager to share their opinions and suggestions.  (read more at the Wiscasset Newspaper)

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