LOWVILLE — Black River area municipalities, organizations and business representatives gathered Thursday to look at how to coordinate and harness resources to grow local communities and economies in the second “visioning summit” sponsored by the Tug Hill Commission.

“Opportunities. Partnerships. That was the goal of this meeting and I think we accomplished that,“ said event organizer Mickey D. Dietrich, circuit rider for the commission’s River Area Council of Governments, or RACOG.

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