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The proposed project area — which does not include the aging trestle — could include the stretch from the East Washington Bridge to the Balshaw Bridge, as well as a portion of Western Avenue from Water Street to Petaluma Boulevard North.

Marks said the pedestrian area is a blank canvas — one that will require careful thought and consideration when deciding how to best utilize the space.

"The groundwork has been laid, but we are still in the very beginning stages of this process," Marks said.

The public art committee will meet Thursday, April 24, at 7 p.m., and will be accepting further input from the public.

(Contact Allison Jarrell at allison.jarrell@arguscourier.com)