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Old Faces Have New Ideas For Taylorville Square

Someone who knows Taylorville all too well is buying up historic buildings on the Taylorville square. 


Cindy Frisina graduated from Taylorville High School, and she’s excited to announce she is working with investors and her own non-profit organization to revitalize the downtown area. 

Frisina’s owns Heartland Development Company, which plans on turning Renee’s Drug Store into a roof-top lounge and patio. 

Frisina works with a non-profit called Revitalize Rural America. It plans to create a 1,200 seat performing arts center much like the one in Effingham. 

The Union Block building on one of the corner’s will receive a face-lift on behalf of Heartland Development. There’s no word on what the company plans to do with the building once renovations finish. 

Frisina appeared as a guest on the WTIM Morning Show.

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