Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Participate in the Annapolis Plan

Not happy with the direction Annapolis is headed? Pleased but want to make sure it stays on the right track? Then become a part of the Annapolis Master Planning Process. You can't make your voice heard if you aren't willing to speak up.

City residents interested in shaping the future of the city are invited to join a citizen advisory committee to help the Department of Planning and Zoning develop the upcoming Comprehensive Plan.

A Comprehensive Plan, which is set every 10 years and will begin in 2008, outlines problems the city could face within the next decade and how the city can best plan for the future.

Citizens serving on the committee will be required to attend monthly meetings for a minimum of 18 months, beginning in September and will be asked to review background materials, reports and drafts of the plan.

Those interested must fill out a questionnaire by July 31. It is available online at the city's Web site at www.annapolis.gov/info.asp?page=8953.

The 25 committee members selected will be notified in August. For more information, contact Daria Hardin or Virginia Burke at (410) 263-7961. [Excerpted from the Capital]



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