LOWVILLE — Hoping their third try will be the charm, Lowville officials and advocates have begun crafting their application for round six of the state’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative.

Throughout the summer, village leaders and the economic development-focused staff at Naturally Lewis, the Lewis County Planning Department and the county Chamber of Commerce have been reaching out to the public at Food Truck Friday events and at a special “Downtown Drinks and Dreams” gathering of local business owners searching for the ideal projects for their latest attempt to win the $10 million award.

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