The future of Fayetteville's Dickson Street was the topic of a public discussion.
Around 60 residents along with Fayetteville's former mayor Dan Coody and a partner from a town planning company out of Miami met Thursday. Their discussion revolved around recent efforts to develop a new parking garage. Coody says that project could cost over $10 million and would mean the somewhat controversial paid parking program would stick for good.
Also discussed was the importance of a public transit system and a project to install row houses that would hide the parking garage structure if built.