The Indianola City Council hosted a meeting to assess the Indianola Square streetscape plan Wednesday. About 125 people attended to listen, ask questions and voice their opinions.

Parking was on the minds of more than 100 Indianola business owners and residents who turned out Wednesday to review a proposed streetscape plan for the Indianola Square.

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Charlie Dissell, Indianola Community Directer

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Jim Harbaugh with Bolton and Menk, an engineering planning and consulting firm

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