By Baylie Evans | Writer

September 6, 2019


Wyoming Main Street releases annual report

In 2018, Wyoming Main Street communities opened 74 new businesses, invested $15 million in private funds for building and infrastructure improvements, logged 27,415 volunteers hours and created almost 170 new jobs. Plus, Wyoming Main Street itself invested $18,000 in Historic Architecture Assistance Funds and $58,980 in training and technical assistance grants.

Check out the full annual report here.

 

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