It will also bring back urban renewal, according to Ken Fiola, executive vice president of the Fall River Office of Economic Development.
The city’s Redevelopment Authority voted Wednesday to advertise for consultants to help them plan improvements.
“We proposed two urban redevelopment zones,” Mayor Jasiel Correia II said Thursday at the 8 a.m. FROED meeting. “One is along the waterfront and the second is downtown.”
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