However, to make the busy road look its best, city planners are getting the public involved. There's a new website where people can share their ideas.
Kim Henson says, "You know this used to be a big booming town, back in the 70's and stuff with, you know, a lot of plants and stuff like that and a bit parts from them and there's nothing round here no more. It's just, everything has moved south, most of it has and stuff. There's just nothing left."
There's a meeting about the Main Street changes at the end of August. For more information about the East Main Street Corridor Study, click here or call Marganski at (217) 431 - 2873.
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