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Project Process and Schedule
There are four main phases of the plan preparation process. They are:
Lists background reports, analyses of previous plan implementation, and research on existing conditions and trends.
Public Participation and Planning
Shows the process for participation, how you can sign-up for the contact list, and links to other work products produced so far. At the end of this phase, the plan is presented to the Planning Board to obtain their permission to print the draft, known as the “preliminary plan.”
Public Hearing and Work Sessions
During this phase the Planning Board and County Council will hold a joint public hearing on the preliminary plan, and they each hold work sessions. Here you will find all relevant documents as they become available.
Adoption and Approval
The Planning Board can then “adopt” the plan and recommend to the County Council that they approve it, sometimes with noted edits to the text.