WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — A proposal to approve West Lafayette's downtown plan is going to need more time.
Officials at Monday's West Lafayette City Council meeting tabled it to allow for more public comment.
As we have been reporting, the plan would redevelop 262 acres from the Wabash Riverfront to Purdue's campus.
This includes areas such as Chauncey Village, Wabash Landing, Levee Plaza and the Wabash Riverfront.
The downtown plan will head back to West Lafayette City Council March 2nd.
A more in-depth breakdown can be found here.