A Warren City Council committee thinks that legislation passed earlier this year establishing revitalization districts could be used to help the city experience "an uptick in new restaurants and businesses similar to what has occurred in Youngstown," the Tribune Chronicle reports. Officials failed to bring a planned entertainment district to downtown Warren in 2004, but they feel confident they will be successful this time not only because of the legislation, but also because they reduced the proposed area for the district to 87 acres. Although 15 new liquor licenses are expected to help spur the growth, the council maintains that the terms of the state D-5 liquor license will encourage restaurants rather than bars, the article said. For more, read the full story.
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