NORWICH BULLETIN (February 9, 2019) — City officials, along with education and community leaders, met Saturday to review the status of short- and long-term priority goals, including issues related to economic development, traffic and the location of the police department.

The session, held at Foundry 66, was the third such forum and the first held this year, said City Manager John Salomone who sketched out the framework for the day.

“Building on what we did last year to see where we are on previous items,” he said. “Obviously, plans evolve and don’t stay static. And they shouldn’t.”

For the first portion of the meeting, attendees reviewed the results of a March 2018 goal-setting priority sheet which listed a host of short-term economic development and infrastructure goals, including the reconfiguration of downtown parking patterns.

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