MILFORD — On Monday, the Pennsylvania Route 6 Heritage Alliance will present its plan to encourage tourism across PA US Route 6, and more specifically the Milford area. The presentation will be at the First Presbyterian Church on Broad Street in Milford, on March 21, at 11 a.m. Their presentation is in conjunction with the Milford Enhancement Committee’s (MEC) 13th annual Spring Workshop, which brings allows several community organizations a platform to review and discuss important updates, as well as the MEC’s annual report. After nearly a year of planning, meetings and community feedback, the Route 6 Heritage Alliance, along with the NEPA Alliance, is ready to unveil their tourism plan for the area of Route 6 that runs through the Milford area. This plan of integration of the community and its resources is aimed at attracting additional investments, businesses and tourism, as well as boosting the local economy. The workshop will begin with a continental breakfast, followed by the meeting at 9 a.m. At approximately 11 a.m., the Pennsylvania Route 6 Alliance will present their plan. This program has been made possible by community input, including focus groups, and has been in the making for a year. The local organizations spearheading this undertaking are the Milford Enhancement Committee and the Pike County Economic Development Authority. Lunch will be served around 12:30pm, provided by Pike County Light & Power (PCL&P).