REDDING, Calif. - The Redding City Identity Project is moving forward with some major development projects.
Organizers reviewed some 600 ideas submitted from the public. The group narrowed proposals down to 10 projects, which would begin this year.
Some of the projects include an "umbrella alley," a downtown mural, live street music and a new river-front amphitheater.
"With just over $500,000 raised so far, we're happy to report that the 10 ideas we will announce tonight all have varying measures of funding designated to help each concept," said April Lafrance of the Redding City Identity Project.
The group plans to start 20 projects in the city before 2020.
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