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Historic Kennett Square announced the departure of Nate Echeverria, Kennett’s first-ever economic development director, on Monday. He was the first person to hold the position when it was created three years ago.
During a Finance Committee report at the Sept. 8 council meeting, Kennett Square Borough officials expressed some optimism that the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the borough’s budget could be less than what was initially feared.
While the parklet concept is new in Kennett Square, parklets of all kinds have been popping up in cities and towns around the world for years—especially in recent months because parklets provide additional outdoor spaces for recreation and dining.
Echeverria Leaving Economic Development Director Post in Kennett
Kennett Square Borough officials seem cautiously optimistic about budget situation
Kennett Square’s First-Ever Parklet Has Been Unveiled