Photo courtesy of Sam Squallia
Our twentieth episode is our second Fitchburg Feature. City Councilwoman Sam Squallia joined us in a discussion largely centered on various economic and community development advances the city of Fitchburg has made recently.
Included are the progress being made on the Twin Cities Rail Trail and the recent acquisition by the City of more than $200,000.00 of state funding to examine improvements to infrastructure in the John Fitch retail district that will make the district more climate change resilient moving forward.
Sam offered us an update on progress made for the artists village in the north downtown region as well as new businesses coming to the city including a robotics-themed brewery coming to the Route 12 corridor.
All this and more in episode 20 of Scotts on the Rocks Politica.
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