At its meeting last night, Wooster City Council heard the first reading of a resolution to finally begin collecting assessments for the second phase of the city’s streetscape renovation project.  The project was first outlined nearly five years ago in the city’s downtown master plan and council authorized the engineering and design work for the project over a year and a half ago.  The roughly $1.8 million project, tentatively scheduled to begin next year, will include redoing a portion of the sidewalks along East and West Liberty streets, along with sidewalks and parking lots in the two south quadrants of Public Square.