A consultant from The Lakota Group will present its design proposal, and village staff will be available to answer questions.
Supporters and opponents of the project packed a February 11 board meeting, asking the trustees to slow down the process and gather additional input from the community.
The board decided to move forward with the plan—but not with the design as presented at the time.
The plan now calls for closing Martin Avenue north of Ridge Road for about 100 feet, at which point the street would open to two-way traffic.
The section of the street would then become open space, possibly including amenities such as fire pit, benches, special lighting, bistro tables and more.
Trustee Anne Colton voted against moving forward with the current plan, but was more than willing to revisit it after revisions are made.
"I want it to be something that's more reflective of the community, and what the people want," Colton said. "Something that reflects the desires, needs and wants of the residents."
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