925 2015 comprehensive plan final draft pdf public services aa08fad0d698808377a34fdd52e47724 909dedd321136aa71ebc222a2c1b806d74a7f829f3e8b17807fd4b10495b7669 300×274 _ypl7cqctjct3 thumb jpg 2016 02 27 16 19 13 0 66 139 106 2021 11 15 26 01 pdf application 2015 wilmington comprehensive plan acknowledgements special thanks to mayor randy riley for breathing life into planning eforts and working collaboratively with the clinton county regional commission on irst update in 37 years hank you city council judiciary committee rob jaehnig loren stuckert randi milburn serving as steering throughout process shepherding this through its adoption former ccrpc executive director chris schock s oice brenda woods andrea tacorante your support well joe merritt gis department providing invaluable data needed our finally thank groups that participated focus interviews hundreds of citizens provided input feedback vision development document taylor cindy peterson president maria butcher clerk councildavid hockaday mark mckay at large delmas king jr glenn phillips marian miller larry reinsmith bob mead 1st ward 2nd spicer 3rd karen lopetz 4th bruce beam chair van pratt vice stokes assoc james myers treasurer robert hobaben secretary commissionersex oicio members gary bauer blanchester village jon branstrator curt bone schools rhonda crum new viennakim doss board dd john carman blanchesterscott gerber agricultural society dwayne dearth countykaren kayser streamkeepers jack grehan countybill lewis sabina paul hunter countycarolyn matthews rural zoning wilmingtoneric magee east johnson port williamjonathan chamber commerce wilmingtonjefrey nimmo alkermes david michael sabinadebbie stamper convention visitor bureau michelle morrison countywalt streber farmers union countyfred stern township trustee terri health damian synder countymelody waldmann airport authority donald spurling midlandgraduate assistants kerry steed countyang li university cincinnati school countyming gao clarksvillestephen crouch rick walker martinsville table contents summary iv introduction history1 he 3 eras 4 existing conditions 10 population demographics12 built environment 20 local economy 27 parks recreation 32 conclusion34 public participation 35 meetings37 online surveying 39 conclusions 42 recommendations 43 future land use development46 residential development47 commercial development48 industrial horoughfares infrastructure access49 downtown 50 trails 51 quality 52 appendices 53 page_text extracted_title num_pages pdf_pages pdf_2text timings

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