April 18, 2007
Albany -- Downtown Albany business leaders want kids to get involved in developing the community. The downtown stakeholders group of Albany is creating a pizza council.
Kids from around 8-16 will be involved in discussions about what they think the future of Albany should be, and of course, they'll eat some pizza too!
"Share ideas about the downtown, about what they'd like to see, what would work to attract young people into the mix and provide a quality environment," said stakeholder Peter Studl.
The group will meet once a month after school at Harvest Moon on Broad Avenue.
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