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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Public Input Wanted in Brockton

Brockton | by Robyn Garvey  

Brockton holds public meeting tonight to continue work on strategic plan.


Brockton officials want to hear from you.

There is a public workshop from 7 PM until 9 PM on Tuesday at the Walkerton Community Centre.

It's another public meeting as part of the 'Building a Better Brockton' sustainable strategic plan.

Mayor David Inglis says it's an opportunity for residents to ensure their vision for Brockton is reflected in the plan.

Inglis says they will review the comments received to date about Brockton's vision and goals for the future and discuss how to achieve those goals.

Inglis says this 20 year vision will serve as a road map that will set out clear goals, strategies and actions.

To date over 13 hundred comment cards have been distributed to the residents and just over 200 responses have been submitted.

Input from tonight's meeting will be used to help finalize the draft Strategic Plan.

The Mayor believes this "roadmap" will help Brockton increase its economic prosperity, strengthen its social networks and protect its natural assets.

The final version will come before Council for approval sometime in November.

 

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