NORMAL — The answers to two questions posed by The Pantagraph to Normal City Council candidate Chuck Scott inadvertently were switched in a chart that ran in Tuesday's edition.
Scott is one of four candidates seeking one of three open seats on the City Council. His correct responses were:
Q: "Should more town money be used to encourage future uptown development?"
A: "Future development with uptown is likely to occur within the existing Tax Increment Financing district, thus TIF incentives are already in place and would not cost the town any more than what is currently planned. Town and TIF incentives continue to motivate entrepreneurs to move uptown."
Q: "What would you like to see the town address?"
A: "Continued attention to preserving existing neighborhoods, consideration of enhanced safety for the community with effective police and fire protection, efficiency in basic services such as waste collection and road improvements, and constant master planning with a focus on Normal’s growth and development are all essential for an inspiring future."