Monday, April 23, 2007

City Needs Citizens For Comprehensive Plan Update Committee

As the City of Milton prepares to initiate its first Comprehensive Plan Update process that will outline the city’s vision for its future and provide the framework for all future growth over the next 20 years, seven residents are needed to serve on a Citizens Advisory Committee that will provide recommendations to help shape the plan.

The advisory committee is part of the public participation portion of the planning process, which begins later this month. The committee will work with city staff and a consulting team in formulating the recommendations. The 16-member CAC will include the seven members of the Milton Planning Commission and the chairpersons from the Milton Board of Zoning Appeals and the Milton Design Review Board. The remaining seven members will be appointed by Mayor Joe Lockwood and Milton City Council members.

“Participation on this committee will require a significant commitment from the members as members will meet bi-weekly for a period of two to three hours for the 18-month period while developing the plan,” Community Development Director Tom Wilson said. Read the full story
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