Tonight, citizens are encouraged to speak to city leaders and Main Street building owners about a proposal to promote living in downtown Middletown — part of the Come Home to Downtown program supported by the city, Downtown Business District, the Connecticut Main Street Center and others, reports the Middletown Patch.  A team of architect and urban planners have been studying the old Amato building at 418-424 Main Street for the past few months to determine the feasibilty of renovating upper floor apartments.  The team will present its findings at tonight’s open community discussion on the pros and cons of supporting this kind of development.

The meeting is at 7 p.m. at the Community Health Center, 675 Main Street, in the first-floor community room. All are invited.

Connecticut Main Street Center Downtown Living Proposal Seeks Public Input