GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - With more than $160 million in recent projects underway or in the works for downtown Green Bay, the city has started work on a new downtown master plan.
The last plan was created back in 1997.
Over 100 residents packed the Neville Public Museum Thursday night to listen and to give their two cents on the direction of the downtown.
More public input sessions over the coming months.
You can also submit ideas online.
The city hired a consultant for $90,000 to put together a long-term downtown master plan.