Pottstown downtown improvement district authority gets new home

    The Pottstown Downtown Improvement District Authority has a new place to call home.

    The PDIDA on Thursday moved into its new headquarters at 17 N. Hanover Street, according to a story from The Mercury.

    According to The Mercury, the PDIDA moved for two reasons; cheaper rent and the new building’s layout, which permits the group to operate a visitors and information center, as well as its offices.

    PDIDA President Sheila Dugan says the group wanted a place where people could come to get information about what Pottstown has to offer.

    According to the report, the PDIDA is planning a series of special events called “Super Sundays,” which will promote family friendly events in the area.

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