Monday, June 30, 2014

Chatham County green space plan in the works

Posted By on Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 11:48 AM

The Resource Protection Commission - a division of the Metropolitan Planning Commission - is working on a long-term green space plan for Chatham County and needs residents' feedback.

"The Long-term Green Space Plan will focus on the goals and actions to achieving stated goals over a three, five, or seven year period and will be continually re-evaluated every cycle," says RPC member Katie Reams.

Green space, also known as open space, refers to areas used for parks and other open areas for public use. The plan depends on feedback from Chatham County residents. The RPC needs to understand residents' attitudes towards green space to create an effective plan.

To participate, take the commission's survey, which is also offered in Spanish. Anyone over 18 can participate, and answers will be kept confidential.

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