Killingly officials say potential grants garnered with the help of Connecticut Main Street Center could go toward clean-up the dilapidated property at 140 Main St., which has been largely vacant for the last 20 years. Photo Credit: Bulletin file photo

Killingly officials say potential grants garnered with the help of Connecticut Main Street Center could go toward clean-up the dilapidated property at 140 Main St., which has been largely vacant for the last 20 years. Photo Credit: Bulletin file photo

The Town of Killingly hopes to spur development in Danielson through membership in the Connecticut Main Street Member network, reports the Norwich Bulletin.

Town officials recently provided CMSC representatives with a tour of the Main Street business district, and plan to host a meeting with local stakeholders, including business and property owners, in March.

Elsie Bisset, Killingly’s economic development coordinator said the town hopes to take advantage of CMSC’s technical assistance and access to grants to help with marketing and a strategic plan to address downtown vacancies.

Killingly joins downtown revitalization group