Main Street In Trouble, Yet Housing In Demand

from RICK HULSE SR.

Main Street In Trouble,

Yet Housing In Demand

To the Editor:

Your editorial about Main Street is timely.

When CVS and the General Store closed, businesses that remained experience a plunge in traffic and revenue.

We are in a tragic situation with no apparent leadership equipped to deal with it.

My advice to Matt Hazzard at the time was to go all out nationally to determine interest in the CVS space.

Parking revenue is probably restricted to municipal infrastructure work.

All parties should be feeling utmost concern about the health of Main Street.  State government is a joke with taxes and regulation that stifle business.

We are in serious trouble on Main Street. Yet, demand for affordable housing remains strong.

RICK HULSE, Sr.

Cooperstown


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