Algonquin downtown ideas unveiled
ALGONQUIN – Improving signage around downtown, making it more pedestrian friendly and keeping the historical character are among preliminary recommendations of the village’s downtown consultants.
Representatives of Land Vision Inc. described possible improvements to the downtown in a presentation Thursday to the village’s Historic Commission, Economic Development Commission, Public Arts Commission and the Planning and Zoning Commission.
The Downtown Planning Study comes as the Illinois Department of Transportation constructs a western bypass to divert traffic, such as heavy trucks and through traffic, from the intersection of Routes 62 and 31. The study is being paid for with a $90,000 federal grant from the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning.
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