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Thurston’s Comp Plan update invites public input!

“A map of how Thurston County land was used as of 2019.”
Credit Thurston County via The Olympian.

Thurston County asks for public input ahead of major comprehensive plan update

From The Olympian:

What should Thurston County look like by 2045? As county officials plan for the future, they’re asking the public to start sharing their priorities.

The county has invited the public to respond to a quick online survey to help guide their next comprehensive plan update. This multi-year process officially launched on Tuesday and must be completed by a June 2025 deadline, according to a county news release.

Survey respondents are asked to determine what areas of improvement are most important to them. Topics such as climate change, economic opportunity, traffic, agriculture, affordable housing, industrial development and more are included in the survey.

People also can submit a brief comment if they want to include other topics that aren’t listed in the survey. The public has until Nov. 30 to complete the survey online.

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Posted by Steve on November 8, 2022 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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