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Grand Island to present master plan, its 'vision for the town'

The public is invited to a presentation of the Town of Grand Island master plan at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in the auditorium of Grand Island High School, 1100 Ransom Road.

"It's time for the public to comment on our findings," said Grand Island Deputy Superintendent James Sharpe, who is chairman of the Long Range Planning Committee. "Tell us what you want to see in a master plan."

The master plan is designed as vision for the future of the town and is used to develop policies on transportation, utilities, land use, recreation and housing.

The Long Range Planning Committee and planning consultants from Clark Patterson Lee spent the past year researching for the Master Plan, which is reviewed to match the community's goals every 10 to 15 years.

The previous master plan was created in 1995 and revised in 1998.

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