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Norwalk plans POCD community visioning event

A drafted logo for the Norwalk Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) effort.

Correction, 1 p.m., Nov. 1: Press release was written by Elizabeth Stocker.

NORWALK, Conn. – This is a press release, presented in the format in which it was sent:

 

November 18, 2017 Community Visioning Event

 

The City needs your input!

Currently the City is in the process of updating its comprehensive master plan.  This effort will guide decision making regarding housing, transit, recreation, infrastructure, conservation, parking, the environment, schools, governance, public safety, employment, urban design, natural resources, and much more.

Why should you help? 

  • This plan shapes how the city will be governed, developed and look over the next decade!
  • We need your input on decisions that affect policy and spending in the city.
  • Your opinions count. A good plan requires participation from the public we serve.
  • While we can guide and help implement the plan, we cannot know what everyone wants or thinks.

Please see the attached flyer for additional information.  Any questions please contact Steve Kleppin, Planning & Zoning Director: [email protected]

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This press release was posted as a public service. A press release is a written announcement submitted to news organizations to publicize an event or activity, a milestone or a point of view. NancyOnNorwalk has not researched the assertions made and takes no responsibility for the content.

One comment

Rem November 1, 2017 at 8:50 am

Just FYI, if you fill in the survey you can take a look at how others responded. Quite interesting but also quite public (Email address is not required to complete the survey)

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