The Flemington Community Partnership (FCP), a Business Improvement District in Flemington, N.J., recently hosted a Stakeholders Meeting to provide business and property owners, residents and investors with the latest information on FCP grants, plans and developments.
FCP Executive Director Robin Lapidus was joined by representatives from Hunterdon County Economic Development and Tourism, Suasion Communications Group, Storefront Mastery, and Liberty Village as they shared news about the projected future for economic growth in Flemington.
Lapidus opened the meeting with the FCP’s top priorities, and how these priorities are or will be met. FCP priorities include: advocacy for stakeholders and commercial interests; economic development planning; events and marketing to activate business areas; business recruitment and retainment; and stewardship of the public space.
To that end, Lapidus outlined the four top goals for the future: improve the look and feel of business areas and transition areas; improve walkability for health, economic, and community benefits; create visible art, cultural and historic representation, and encourage preservation; and improve the look and feel of transitional areas where commercial meets residential.
“We have something for everyone, with more to come,” said Lapidus.
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