Thursday, the Planning Commission adopted the update to the Rural Land Management Plan. This landmark document was first created and adopted in 1999 to manage our invaluable rural assets. No significant policy changes were included in the update.
Work by Long Range Planning to update the 1999 Rural Land Management Plan has been ongoing since 2014. A working group consisting of LFUCG staff and members of the Greenspace Commission, Planning Commission and Rural Land Management Board have assisted in writing the update.
We applaud the dedication and hard work of the Working Group who drafted the update and were proud to be part of the process!
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