Ordinance Governing Appearance of Downtown Clearfield Touched on at Council Meeting

CLEARFIELD – A possible ordinance governing the appearance of buildings in the Downtown Clearfield district may be in the works.

At Thursday night’s Clearfield Borough Council committees meetings, Clearfield Borough Operations Manager Leslie Stott said the issue is one of concern for the Clearfield Revitalization Corporation. The issue, according to Stott, is one mainly concerning facades and the materials used on buildings. After the meeting, she the idea was mostly to keep buildings in line with the traditional historic look of Downtown Clearfield.

The issue was passed on to the Clearfield Borough Planning Commission.

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One thought on “Ordinance Governing Appearance of Downtown Clearfield Touched on at Council Meeting

  1. clstrunk

    I think it’s wonderful that the Clearfield Revitalization Corporation wants to make the downtown area look better while keeping in line with the “traditional historic look”. However there needs to be a way to draw more shoppers into the downtown instead of Wal*Mart. What good is a great looking downtown if there are no shoppers to support the local businesses? Don’t get me wrong, I’m not comlplaining it’s just that I don’t want to see a lot of expense for nothing.

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