Princeville Comprehensive Plan Open House featured in Peoria Journal Star

The residents of Princeville came out in force to provide input for the Village’s comprehensive plan (and to eat a delicious, complementary hot dog)! More than 80 residents came by the Lillie Evans Library on September 10, 2019 to share their thoughts, expertise, and aspirations for the Village or Princeville. Scott Hilyard of the Peoria Journal Star wrote a fine summary of the evening’s event.

Established in 1958, Tri-County Regional Planning Commission serves Peoria, Tazewell and Woodford Counties, located in Central Illinois. TCRPC seeks to promote intergovernmental cooperation, regional planning, and a vision for the future by offering a forum for leaders of local government, defining regional issues, setting goals, and cooperatively implementing plans for the Tri-County area. Tri-County Regional Planning Commission is the “Steward of the Regional Vision.”

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