Group holds final meeting to decide plan for burned down Shakespeare TheaterPosted: Updated:
Stratford officials are moving forward with plans to replace the historic Shakespeare Theater that was burned down earlier this year.
The Shakespeare Property Task Force held its final community meeting Tuesday designed to gather input on what the town would like to see done with the land.
Officials say all of the information gathered from the meetings will be presented to town officials for a final decision.
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