WARREN - A proposal to get at least 10 projects started in Warren that would benefit residents and improve the city will be discussed during a strategic development meeting at 3:30 p.m. Monday in council chambers.
Members of Warren's Resident Advisory Committee last month presented a proposal that encourages meaningful progress on developing a marketing plan for the city, improving the Packard Apartment building, developing the riverfront peninsula, rehabbing the Robins Theater, expanding the bike trail and developing the Mahoningside property.
"There are some on the Residential Advisory Committee who believe their views are not being listened to by the administration or council," Councilman John Brown, D-3rd Ward said. "So I suggested the committee has its next meeting in council chambers and I would invite other council members and the city to the meeting."
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