Irvington contemplates next steps following survey

AnnGardner Eubank

by AnnGardner Eubank

IRVINGTON—With results from a town survey, the Irvington planning commission is now discussing how to apply them to better the town.

On Tuesday, October 4, the commission reviewed the findings and next steps with consulting firm EPR-PC, the same firm that put together and issued the survey.

After reviewing results of the main categories, the commission agreed there is a need to prioritize capital improvements as well as overall concerns of residents.

The results of the survey indicated that overall growth of the town is a topic important to residents.

Chairman Tom Chapman said the survey results indicate that the majority of residents seem to want to keep the charm and feel of small town living, and would ultimately be in favor of locally-owned stores, restaurants and other businesses….

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