Durham Commission Recommends Changes In City's Appearance
Posted August 10, 2006 8:23 a.m. EDT
DURHAM, N.C. — Improving Durham's appearance could help improve its image. City Council members are reviewing the results of a survey by the city's Appearance Commission.
Participants said improving the city's appearance should be a priority for funding. The survey indicates littering and maintenance are big issues.
Residents would also like the city to develop strategies to improve certain areas, such as Alston Avenue.