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MARBLE FALLS — A nearly complete revised downtown master plan likely will include changes to make parking easier in the city’s arts and retail district, a city official said.

The plan, which is 98 percent finished, should include a “comprehensive downtown parking strategy,” according to Caleb Kraenzel, director of Development Services.

City Council and the Planning and Zoning Commission received an update on the plan during a workshop at City Hall Oct. 18.

“We are putting the final touches on it now,” Kraenzel said.

In the near future, new diagonal and parallel parking spaces must be developed in the downtown area from Buena Vista Drive to Fifth Street, Kraenzel said.