Economic incentives in Peoria could generate $95 million in projects but residents raise concerns

PEORIA – Economic incentives for a section of the East Bluff could generate $95 million in projects.But the concept is being met with skepticism from residents concerned about the local government’s potential involvement. The meeting was attended by more than 50 people at the Glen Oak Community Center and was hosted by Mike Hoffman, vice president and principal with Teska Associates, a community planning firm in Plainfield. | Full Article