Last fall, representatives of Lancaster city’s Downtown Investment District began asking what the organization should be doing to improve the city’s center over the next few years.
Among the recommendations were to consider expanding the district’s boundaries, seek more funding from nonprofit property owners and provide funding for downtown surveillance cameras.
Drafting a plan for those things will take more time than DID has before its charter expires at the end of this year, its officials say.
With that in mind, the organization is proposing a short-term charter renewal that would keep current initiatives in place. New endeavors would wait until the next charter renewal period