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October 20, 2013

Moving downtown plan forward

Oct. 28 meeting allows public input on action plan prioritization


One of the things in the 20-item action plan that can be done with relatively little cost is directional signage, or street blades, in the city, showing where certain areas are to the visitors, such as the downtown area.

City staff has worked with the Historic Preservation Committee and the downtown subcommittee in deciding what the public wanted out of the February meeting, which was also held at the Cotten-Bratton Building.

As with the February meeting, clickers will be used to gauge public support for an item.

Reservations are not required for the event, which is scheduled to take about two hours, Farmer said.

As in the February meeting, clickers will be used to gauge sentiment toward a particular idea.

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