A more extensive and improved sculpture extravaganza in Decatur was unveiled on Tuesday night before city council.
More and new sculptures, an extended area, an arts festival, added attractions and a "stand alone" event are just some of what will be coming up in early June.
Decatur's first sculpture walk, held last year, was designed in part to attract people to the community, and it was highly successful. With the changes unveiled at Tuesday night's city council meeting, an even larger turnout is highly likely this year.
"From a business standpoint, it brought a lot of people to town (last year). It was very impressive," Councilman Matt Dyer said.
The second reading of Geneva's new noise ordinance was held at the town council's meeting on Tuesday night.
The ordinance has been completely revised and is much less specific than the first reading, while still ensuring that the town will not get loud or chaotic, it was noted.