Save Historic Downtown Fremont
This Wednesday, our county board of supervisors is voting to sign up to a 30 year lease and turn the beautiful Schweser's building into a corrections, parole office and drug court, and with it, bring a steady stream of drug and sex offenders to prime retail locations in our beautiful downtown. We need our city and county leaders to understand the significant ramifications of putting something like this alongside eateries, boutiques, community centers, and antique shops. Downtown Fremont has experienced great economic development in the last few years. Our historic downtown has welcomed a homewares store, bakery, coffee shop, wine bar, a restaurant and a community center in just the last year alone. The county needs to understand that a decision like this would not only hinder new businesses from moving into our beautiful downtown, but also change the family culture we’ve worked so hard to cultivate.
Sign your name and let our city and county leaders know that you will not support a decision like this. BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY...
COME TO THIS WEDNESDAY'S MEETING - 9:00am at The Dodge County Courthouse, 3rd floor