Workers set forms for the winding maze of what will be a concrete waterway feature on the new Fulton Street, near Tuolumne Street in this September 2016 photo. New community plans being considered Thursday by the Fresno City Council would establish development guidelines and zoning regulations for the Fulton Street corridor and neighboring downtown areas.
Workers set forms for the winding maze of what will be a concrete waterway feature on the new Fulton Street, near Tuolumne Street in this September 2016 photo. New community plans being considered Thursday by the Fresno City Council would establish development guidelines and zoning regulations for the Fulton Street corridor and neighboring downtown areas. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Workers set forms for the winding maze of what will be a concrete waterway feature on the new Fulton Street, near Tuolumne Street in this September 2016 photo. New community plans being considered Thursday by the Fresno City Council would establish development guidelines and zoning regulations for the Fulton Street corridor and neighboring downtown areas. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

Fresno on verge of new plans to guide downtown development

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