Greenwood, IN – Narrow sidewalks, run-down buildings and heavy traffic are among the problems stifling development in downtown Greenwood.
But Greenwood leaders are trying to change that.
On Tuesday, the city will hold the first of three meetings designed to find out what residents want to change about downtown. Sidewalks and traffic, they expect, will be high on the list of concerns. The meeting begins at 7 p.m., at the City Center, 300 S. Madison Ave.
“We’re going to ask the public to come in and let us know us what they’d like to see,” said Cory Daly, a landscape architect with HWC Engineering.
“What are some opportunities that you see? What are some issues that you see?” The meetings are designed to give HWC Engineering (http://www.hwcengineering.com/)and Axis Architects (http://www.axisarch.com/)feedback to help determine the costs of rebuilding aging facades on 33 buildings in downtown Greenwood.
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