Moline riverfront: Planners close in on final plan for river area

Brett Weidl, left, principal landscape architect for MKSK, the Columbus, Ohio-based urban design and architectural firm working on Moline’s riverfront plan, points out some of the proposed features of the plan on Saturday, May 11. CREDIT DAVE THOMPSON

When it comes to improving the Moline riverfront, many residents want: More restaurants and other places to eat. Places for “community use,” such as biking and hiking paths. More places for shopping. Those are the top community feedback responses Moline residents made a few months ago at a public meeting to solicit opinions on plans […]

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