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    Customers enter and exit the Wilton Hardware store on Monday. The business opened a little over a year ago and is part of a growing development movement in town.

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    Downtown Wilton, seen on Monday, is poised for a development renaissance, local officials believe.

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    John Black speaks outside the former Wilton Tanning company in September. Black is developing the site into a business park, one of many recent development moves in town.

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    Wilton town manager Rhonda Irish is optimistic a combination of grant money, programs and community involvement will help boost the town's redevelopment effort. The red building in the background is the former Bass Shoe factory, which now houses a restaurant and other businesses.

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    Development of the Forester Mill, which is on Depot Road, which links downtown to U.S. Route 2, is one of the town's goals for revitalization.

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    Town residents hear a presentation and watch a movie recently as part of the Making Headway in Your Community program, designed to get residents engaged in the revitalization effort.

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