Lima — Some might say that developing some dilapidated buildings on 200 blocks of South Central Avenue in Lima is a dream. But those who have a vision of what they can do launched an event called a groundbreaking event in the Central District on Saturday night.
In the evening I had the opportunity to learn more about live music, food trucks and projects from local talent.
“This is the latter part of Pipe’s dream,” said Denise Richards, a member of the Central District Corridor Commission. “That is, after the dreams and visions have been created, this brings together the right pieces, the right people, and the right like-minded people to put this type of project together to make it happen. It is the result of that effort. I will go. “
The Central District extends from East Spring Street to East Elm Street along South Central Avenue.
Earlier this summer, windows were…