Above all, residents
wanted a plan to accommodate the next fifty years of growth
in a predictable manner that ensures the preservation of the
residents' quality of life.
This master plan was prepared during a weeklong
charrette. During the week of the charrette, the residents
of this twenty-eight square mile area worked together with
property and business owners and the development community.
The result of this week-long public planning effort is a plan
that responds to both residents and developers' needs while
giving elected officials and policy makers a strong basis
for making decisions regarding future land uses and the pattern
in which settlement occurs in this area. Essentially, the
master plan is a change from the current model.