Endicott will be listening to input about plans to revitalize the downtown district during a public workshop scheduled for April 27.

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Endicott and Norwich were among communities awarded $10-million in New York State Downtown Revitalization Initiative money in December.  The state money is to be used for economic development, transportation, housing and community projects that improve the quality of life and experiences in downtown districts.

The plans for leveraging the state investment in the village under the fifth round of DRI allocation are to be finalized by July.

The April 27 meeting is scheduled to take place from 6 to 8 p.m. in the rotunda of Village Hall at 1009 East Main Street.

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