Schomberg Downtown Revitalization Strategy receives almost $70K in funds from province

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The Province of Ontario is investing almost $70,000 in the Schomberg Downtown Revitalization Strategy.

King-Vaughan MPP Stephen Lecce recently announced the funding of $69,702 through Ontario’s Rural Economic Development (RED) program. Schomberg revitalization funding

The Schomberg Downtown Revitalization Strategy will attract investments, businesses, and local partners that will diversify the local economy, bring jobs into the community, and provide easier access to services for local residents.

“I would like to thank the Province of Ontario for their continued support through the Rural Economic Development (RED) Program,” said Mayor Steve Pellegrini. “We are delighted to build on the foundational Downtown Revitalization Strategy that was supported through RED in 2018. Working together with our incredible businesses and dedicated community groups, we will now move forward with the implementation of our Strategy to highlight Schomberg Main Street as it is and one of our true hidden gems in King Township.”

Full details can be found in the Province's news release here

Photo: King Township Ward 4 Councillor Bill Cober, King-Vaughan MPP Stephen Lecce and King Township Mayor Steve Pellegrini.