Prepared in October 2009
The primary reason a community prepares a comprehensive plan is to establish a framework to influence decisions in regards to land use and development issues, to maintain the desired character of a community, and in some cases to set priorities for public expenditures. In order for this plan to be effective, it should have a set of community supported actions and/or policies that the community will follow in the hopes that at least parts of the plan will be realized. The implementation element gives decision-makers, landowners, non-profit organizations, and others a road map to move that plan to action.
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