Last week, council members saw a scaled back plan, but they wanted to add a few things. Leaders want to see accent lighting and extra plants and flowers in the final project. The latest version will cost about $8-million.
Engineers had to make more than $2-million in cuts to stay on budget. Business owners around the creek say they're just happy to hear it's moving forward.
The most recent changes will push back the completion date to June 2014. It was supposed to be done by fall 2013.