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City of Peoria Looks in to Design Standards

PEORIA - The council believes that changes in design standards need to be made to help beautify the city and keep it attractive to businesses.
PEORIA - The Peoria City Council has started discussions on changes in city design standards, in hopes to maintain its infrastructure.

The council held a special policy session Tuesday night regarding design and community character.

Some of the topics discussed included landscaping, parking, signage, and building design.

The council believes that changes in code need to be made to help beautify the city and keep it attractive to businesses.

"As we talk about it, it's going to be a fine line," said 3rd District Councilman Tim Riggenbach. "You don't want to discourage the development in the older parts of town, but you want to make sure that we get the finest quality product and that the end result is something we can be proud of."

The council will hold another policy session on economic development after next week's meeting.
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