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City looking to develop 'living' master plan for downtown

1:18 PM, Jun. 30, 2013
Workmen install windows at the new Schreiber Foods headquarters. The large office building was not envisioned in the 1997 downtown master plan, but planners say such plans need to be living documents, flexible to changing circumstances.
Workmen install windows at the new Schreiber Foods headquarters. The large office building was not envisioned in the 1997 downtown master plan, but planners say such plans need to be living documents, flexible to changing circumstances.
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Downtown Green Bay needs a full-service grocery store. It needs more housing. It needs more entertainment options. It needs a dry cleaner.

It needs ... a lot of things, most of which are well known in the community. City Planner Nic Sparacio is working to develop a master plan that will lay out how to finally meet some of those long-time goals, and address other ideas citizens have as well.

"This plan won't solve every downtown issue," he said Thursday during the first public workshop in what is to be a six- to eight-month process. ...

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