Knox City Council to Consider Comprehensive Plan

Knox City Council
Knox City Council

The Knox City Council will review the proposed five-year comprehensive plan when they meet tonight.

The comprehensive plan contains needs and wishes of the city that includes downtown projects, improvements to Main Street, the addition of signs and other features on South Main Street, beautifying the area around the schools and Sandy Acres Park, and an improvement to the Parkview area. Also included in the plan is an infrastructure and utility extension from Main Street to County Road 200.

The city council members will also look at the proposed street paving plan for this year. At the last meeting, the council hoped that Street Superintendent Jeff Borg could explain the reasoning behind what was included in the list.

Another city-wide yard sale is proposed during the weekend of the Harvest Festival for September 17-20 and that will be reviewed tonight.

The council will meet at 7 p.m. CT at Knox City Hall.