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"Latest plan for downtown Wayzata is gaining"

Original article found in the Star Tribune.

Downtown Wayzata is currently discussing changes around the Wayzata Bay Area. The people of this small town want some reform as far as the shops and retail area there.

So, on Monday night, more than 350 residents of Wayzata gathered in a church basement to discuss changes. For the most part, the residents want to see changes take place.

Presbyterian Homes and Services are the ones that wish to transform Wayzata's downtown. The plan is to take Wayzata Bay area and five more blocks and build it up full of bigger retail buildings. Most of downtown Wayzata is only full of one story buildings. Also, the building company is planning on putting in a plaza and reducing paved area.