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Little Chute leaders looking for downtown ideas

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Posted at 3:30 AM, Apr 26, 2017
and last updated 2017-04-26 04:30:44-04

LITTLE CHUTE, WI -- The Village of Little Chute is looking for input from the public about the future of its downtown. 

Village leaders are asking residents and business owners to stop out tonight to give opinions and ideas about the downtown. 

It's part of the Public Visioning Workshop. 

It will be held in open house format. 

The village will be working with the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission to put on the meeting. 

Village leaders will walk attendees through a series of exercises meant to inspire ideas and concerns about the downtown. 

They're looking for thoughts on the community's identity, transportation and housing and business redevelopment opportunities. 

They want to lay the groundwork for a more detailed downtown master plan. 

Event leaders say they encourage people to stop in even if you only have 10 or 15 minutes to share thoughts and ideas. 

The meeting will be held Wednesday, April 26th from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. at the Little Chute Village Hall. 

You can use the Windmill Plaza entrance on West Main Street to access the Village Board Room where the workshop will be held. 

No pre-registration is required.