Main Street businesses put rear entrances in forefront in their effort to lure shoppers

Ron Maupin, owner of A Haggle of Vendors Emporium in the 500 block of Main Street, takes advantage of a Downtown Development Authority grant to put a sign by his backdoor to help him weather the second phase of downtown renovation. Entry from the front of his store may be difficult during the construction.



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Ron Maupin, owner of A Haggle of Vendors Emporium in the 500 block of Main Street, takes advantage of a Downtown Development Authority grant to put a sign by his backdoor to help him weather the second phase of downtown renovation. Entry from the front of his store may be difficult during the construction.

Instead of waiting for jackhammers to begin peeling up the road and orange construction fencing to spring up, business owners affected by the next phase of the Main Street Uplift project are…




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