Davenport leaders looking to residents for future

Leaders of Davenport are looking to residents to plan for the future

By Hillary Kenyon | hkenyon@whbf.com, Morgan Briesmaster | mbriesmaster@whbf.com

Published 07/30 2015 09:39PM

Updated 07/30 2015 09:39PM

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The city of Davenport is turning to its residents to plan for the future.
 
On Thursday, city leaders heard from the public about what they want to see for the city from now until 2025.
 
They are looking to upgrade the current comprehensive plan put in place back in 2005.
 
Residents talked about what's working and what isn't in their eyes. Big topics included adding more bus routes, bike paths, and beautifying the city. 
 
"I want them to allow peoples with disabilities, people who can't afford a car, people that can only afford to walk, bike and use a bus to have better options," said Donnie Miller, of Davenport, who attended the meeting.
 
If you missed tonight's listening session there will be two more coming up. One on Monday, August 3 at 6 pm at the Eastern Branch Library. Another on Thursday, August 13 at 6 pm at the Freight House. 
 

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