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An artist's rendering of what the inside of the Indianola Square would look like according to the city of Indianola's plan.

A week ago the Warren County Board of Supervisors seemed hopelessly divided on whether to give the city of Indianola access to its property to install the Indianola streetscape project.

Warren County property

Indianola community development director gave supervisors the attached map showing how responsibility for the Indianola Square will be divided. Warren County gave the city an easement on the areas in yellow to allow curb and gutter to be placed along with the Indianola streetscape project. Pink areas are spaces that Warren County will maintain.

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