First of three events to discuss Watertown’s ‘Hunger Games’ money set for tonight

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For the next three days, the community will have a chance to share ideas on how Watertown should spend $10 million.

The so-called “Hunger Games” money, which the city won in a statewide competition, is earmarked only for downtown projects.
Tonight there will be a “Walk and Talk” tour with a movie at 7 p.m. at the Empsall Building on Court Street. Tomorrow night, there will be an open house, and Thursday evening a “Public Design Review” is scheduled–all events centered at the Empsall Building.
State officials, according to City Councilman Mark Walczyk, will be on hand to sketch out proposals so they can be formally submitted to the committee in charge.
The city has a March deadline to finailze all plans for the $10 million.

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