WAYNESBORO, Va. -- After a few days of discussing revitalization, people got a chance to see what a new and improved Waynesboro could look like.
At Thursday's "Public Workshop Closing Presentation", they saw an image showing where the city is considering putting a possible museum.
Designers are hoping it will be along West Main St. and Arch avenue.
"And then actually go through block by block and show how redevelopment could occur. Focused on some of the areas that have concentrations of vacant or under utilized properties. It's essentially the river front area of South River," said Sean Garrigan, who is helping with the planning and designing.
A summary of the ideas presented Thursday will be available online at
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