The town was awarded a $40,000 grant from the Department of Environmental Conservation to develop their main street.
Town Supervisor George Canon noted that the main street, a stretch of Route 28N, is a big, long street without any real definition.
The contract with the DEC hasn't been finalized, he said, so he was hesitant to make any specific claims about projects this money would help fund.
Possibilities could include lights on the street, sidewalks and a marketing plan, he said.
Most communities have some kind of commercial center, said Canon. The overlook area, where there are already some businesses, might be a project target to create a town center.
He credited the town's comprehensive plan with helping acquire the grant money.
The plan called for uniform signage and design elements to create a sense of place along main street. The cost for this initiative was estimated at between $20,000 and $30,000.