EUGENE, Ore.- The Urban Renewal Board will review their proposal on the redevelopment of the Steam Plant, and they want the public to participate.
The work session will take place noon on April 24 at Harris Hall.
To review the proposal, click here.
A design team hired by the city is planning on adding restaurants, retail shops, art installations and more in the historic building.
The proposal states Eugene residents wanted a destination where visitors can connect with the river, enjoy local craft beverages and food, and the fostering of a vibrant mix of businesses and things to do.
The city council will also hear from applicants for open positions on the City's Planning Commission.
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