Planning & Development

Comp Plan Meetings Resume Wednesday

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by Josh Wood Tuesday September 2, 2008

Wellington Avenue CranstonThe Planning Department is inviting the public to a Comprehensive Plan Workshop on Wednesday September 3, 2008 from 6 pm to 8 pm at the Cranston Senior Center. The goal of the workshop is to begin the process of reviewing the land uses within the City’s neighborhoods in order to develop a future land use map.

Visit Cranston’s web site to download a copy of the plan. Because of the informal nature of the discussions, the Planning Board has requested that you email your comments about this and all the Comp Plan elements to the addresses below, even if you voiced those comments at a meeting. Those unable to make these meetings can also submit feedback to the following addresses:

Peter Lapolla, Director
Jason Pezzullo, Principal Planner

The Cranston Senior Center is located at 1070 Cranston Street.

[where: 02910]

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