CHICAGO (WLS) -- The public got a first chance today to react to the scaled down plans for Chicago's George Lucas Museum.
The first of two public meetings was held today at Columbia College.
Designers went back to the drawing board after many complained that their proposal for the George Lucas Museum of Narrative Art would ruin the city's lakefront view.
The revised plans include more green space and a smaller building.
A second meeting will be held Wednesday at 6 p.m. at McCormick Place West.