Business consultant sought for towns

November 05, 1993

Carroll's mayors hope to win a state grant to hire a consultant to help revitalize their business districts.

The mayors and county officials agreed yesterday to apply for a $20,000 state grant from the Main Street Improvement Program. The county would contribute an additional $7,500 and the towns would contribute a total of $2,500.

With the money, the towns would hire a consultant for one year. The person would divide his or her time among the towns, Sykesville Mayor Kenneth W. Clark said.

The consultant would offer advice on marketing downtown areas and improving economic development.

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