By Steven Sandberg
ASHLAND, Ore. — A new look is on the way for the Ashland Plaza.
This week, designers revealed their final conceptual designs for the area. The plans involve new paving, adding more plants, and replacing benches with several “seat walls.”
The new looks are a result of input from the public over the past few weeks, which included requests to keep the information booth and improve landscaping.
The Ashland City Council will meet next Monday to weigh in on those Plaza designs. If they are approved, the city hopes to begin planning the construction as soon as possible. The estimated cost of the makeover is $227,000.