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PrideBob Ellis/staff photographer
People from the Cortland community have submitted various designs and logos that city officials plan to eventually use as a marketing tool.

Effort builds on community pride

By TYRONE L. HEPPARD
Staff Reporter
Around 60 residents in the Cortland community pitched ideas about how to promote the community during a “Positively Cortland” open house event at the Port Watson Mini Conference Center Wednesday night.
Spearheaded by Mayor Brian Tobin, Positively Cortland is a city-led initiative encouraging community members to come up with different ways to market Cortland to visitors by highlighting aspects of the community they take pride in.
“This is another step in the ongoing process of talking about the Cortland community and things that we can do to improve the perception and ... the experience people have,” Tobin said.

 

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