Every two weeks, we ask our for empty or unusued spaces around Easton.
Think of it as a digital version of those stickers.
This week, we're looking at 355 Ferry St., which was most recently the local campaign headquarters of Democratic Congressional candidate .
(We featured the former headquarters his primary opponent, U.S. Rep. Tim Holden, .)
But elections are temporary things. We're looking at something more long-term. What could take its place? What does this neighborhood need? Tell us in the comments