The Greenwood Revitalization Project in Zanesville is moving along. The first phase, which included a preliminary study and in-depth look at traffic is finished. The city has decided to use Market Street as the main corridor, and that means the Greenwood project is about to enter phase two. On Monday night at City Council the ordinance, which allows the second phase to start passed the first reading. In phase two, the engineers will get a better idea of road alignments. They’ll find out what water or sewer lines need to be changed and where to draw the boundary for the housing rehab. The ordinance still has to be okayed by council two more times, but Michael Sims, director of public service, doesn’t think there will be a problem. The work will take the city up to the final portion of design where the information will be compiled onto blueprints.