Springfield has enough auto dealerships, banks and liquor stores, but could use more artisan and specialty food shops and bookstores, according to residents who responded to a recent survey.
More than 880 residents filled out a Springfield-Sangamon County Regional Planning Commission questionnaire about the city’s economic development, transportation, land use and public amenities.
The results will inform a plan for how the city develops and uses land over the next 20 years. The comprehensive plan, which was last completed in 2000, helps set zoning codes to determine where residential, commercial or other development should be. Read the entire story by Mary Hansen in the State-Journal Register>