In the worst of the recession, Bath had one vacant storefront among the 48 on Fr
In the worst of the recession, Bath had one vacant storefront among the 48 on Front Street. Though industrialized, Bath is home to a revitalized Kennebec River, was named a "distinctive designation" by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and avoided the urban renewal trend of the 1960s. Bath joined the national Main Street Program, and Front Street was later nominated as one of the American Planning Associations ten "Great Streets." Realtor Jane Morse of Sagadahock Real Estate Association has been instrumental in nurturing a healthy business mix downtown. With details on the future of the viaduct that whisks travelers through Bath.
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Moore, Joshua F., "In the worst of the recession, Bath had one vacant storefront among the 48 on Fr" (2010). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 3790.
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