Created: 04/22/2014 10:59 PM KAALtv.com
(ABC 6 News) -- The public had a chance to voice their input on what Rochester's Destination Medical Center is going to look like.
Tuesday night, the room was packed at the Mayo Civic Center for the DMC public forum.
It was a chance for people to get to know the DMC planning consultants, and weigh-in on topics like transportation, green space and making sure Rochester is a healthy city.
"We have a caring community and people that want to help and i think so we want to have the public to buy into this process, that doesn't mean everybody is going to agree with everything we do, but we want to give them a chance to give their input and hey they've got some good ideas too," DMCC board member Jim Bier said.
Tuesday was the kick off to a 10-month public input session.