Parma Town Center Task Force to hold forum Aug. 6, needs more public input

New findings and ideas to be presented

PARMA, Ohio - The city of Parma is looking for more public input that will help shape the future of Ohio's seventh largest city.

The Parma Town Center Task Force will hold another Public Input Forum Wednesday, Aug. 6 at 6:30 p.m. at Parma Branch Library located at 6996 Powers Blvd.

The Task Force will present new findings and ideas, and also gather more public opinion on the future of Parma's Town Center, which includes the geographical area of The Shoppes at Parma, Stearns Farm, Parma City Hall, Parma Branch Library, Byers Field, the Day Drive corridor and University Hospitals Parma Medical Center.

"This is what it's all about," said Parma mayor Tim DeGeeter in a press release. "The Town Center is for the residents and we want them to be involved in this process of bringing it to life."

The Task Force has met several times over the past eight months to discuss the future of Parma's Town Center.

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