Sunday, July 31, 2005

Daily Herald has an article today on South Elgin's downtown developments.
It doesn’t take long to realize there isn’t much along the slice of riverfront that South Elgin calls downtown...South Elgin is a town without an identifiable image. It doesn’t even have a village logo.
This is one of the reasons that I think a South Elgin/Elgin merger is a good idea. South Elgin is more like an extension of Elgin rather than its own place with its own identity. It's time to rationalize things and put together what should be together. Elgin's development plans already call for it to swing south of McDonald road anyway.

Read the Daily Herald article.

2 Comments:

Anonymous david said...

South Elgin is always a good choice. Thanks for the information.

1:21 AM  
Anonymous Illinois New Homes said...

South Elgin is a peaceful place to live in. It is also a developing city and nice to spend time there.
Nice mention about it.

4:18 AM  

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