Planning commission continues work on 10-year comprehensive plan
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
Jun 04, 2014 | 85 85 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Work on the Cadiz-Trigg County Planning Commission’s 10-year comprehensive plan is still ongoing, and they hope it will only be a month or two before there are public meetings on it.

Planning Commission Chairman Bob Brame had Planning Commissioners look at a preliminary copy at their meeting last Tuesday evening. He hopes to give to Cadiz City Council members as well as Magistrates on the Trigg County Fiscal Court in the next few weeks.

“I’ve given it to the mayor and to the judge to pass out to the city commissioners and to the Fiscal Court,” Brame said. “After the period of time that they have a chance to look it over, I’m going to meet with several of them, no more than two at a time, so that I can get their feedback and see if we need to add anything … And at that time, we will be ready for our … public forums.”

The plan is divided into three parts: mapping, economic development and transportation. The plan itself is required by both state and federal law, and they are required to have an updated version every 10 years, said Brame. Trigg County’s hasn’t been updated since 2002.

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