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By Erin Tierney

Businesses shift, reshape downtown


October 24, 2019

CRESWELL – Downtown Creswell is shifting and reshaping, and the proof is behind the “closed for renovations,” “coming soon” and “now open” signs taped on Oregon Avenue storefronts.

While Creswell bid adieu to a handful of businesses this year – Burlap & Lace, Joe’s Diner, Natural Path, Drumrongthai Café Spot, Farmstand Collective – entrepreneurs are working to ensure the future of downtown is bustling and bright.

Bill Spencer, owner of the Union 76 gas station adjacent to the diner, said he is “dreaming” of a bigger, better, new gas station, a convenient mart and...

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