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November 20, 2013

Residents offer input for downtown study

Residents and business owners were able to give input yet again to the downtown market study and parking analysis. Peter Lemmon, a senior transportation engineer with TADI, who is conducting the study, said he gained a lot of information during the study's open house Wednesday night, Nov. 13. "We got a lot of good feedback and input," he said. "It's clear that people are passionate about downtown Zionsville even if they have different approaches to its future success." Diane Williams, director of Business Districts Inc., which partnered with TADI, said several themes came out when going through the data: People want to make downtown better, have more restaurants, businesses having Sunday hours, more diversity in the types of businesses and more entertainment options. See Wednesday's Times Sentinel for the full story.

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