After three hours of impassioned testimony from the public and nearly two hours of deliberation, the Leesburg Town Council again approved a downtown revitalization plan that would replace some street parking along King Street with wider sidewalks.
Washington Post, October 12, 2013
The Leesburg Town Council is considering a request by the owners of Lightfoot Restaurant to keep a passenger loading zone in front of their restaurant.
Washington Post, June 30, 2013
The Leesburg Town Council is divided on a proposal to create a flex lane along two blocks of King Street. If approved, the lane could be converted as needed from parking spaces to an expanded sidewalk for outdoor dining in the downtown area.
Washington Post, May 13, 2013
The Leesburg Town Council is preparing to take another look at a plan to stimulate night life in the downtown area. The council is considering a proposal to add sidewalk space for pedestrian traffic and outdoor dining along a two-block stretch of King Street, between Cornwall and Loudoun streets.
A convertible sidewalk lane is one way that might happen.
Washington Post, April 22, 2013