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Naples is asking the residents, property owners and business owners for suggestions on everything from events to parking to give the city’s Design District a facelift. Although 1,500 people have provided input for what they want to see in the district, city officials say that number isn’t high enough. They want everyone in Naples to be heard. “We have not come into this with any preconceived notion of what this area should be. We really are relying on that public input to determine where the future is going,” says Jeffrey Oris, the interim manager for the city’s Community Redevelopment Agency. Oris believes that input from the community will help create a guidebook for the future of the Design District, WINK News reports.