Plan presents new look for downtown Riverside
RIVERSIDE — Karl Krutsch slowly bent down and lifted his daughter up to eye level. She leaned forward in his arms and added a bright green dot to a page on the wall of a conference room at Riverside Township Hall March 19.
Green dots colored the pages hung around the room that gave residents an opportunity to see how the village of Riverside might change in the next 10 years, as called for in a new plan for the Village’s Central Business District. Residents were given the dots to signal their support of a particular item in the plan, ranging from the development of walkways along the Des Plaines River to more restaurants occupying storefronts.
Krutsch said his wife grew up in Riverside — a big reason why the couple decided to move back to town a little over two years ago. They love the village: it’s quaint, quiet and full of history. But, like many Riverside residents, they would like more.
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