Sorry to be posting this a bit late!
PUBLIC INPUT SOUGHT FOR
TOMPKINS COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
How can we make Tompkins County a place where:
- Economic prosperity is accessible to all?
- Natural features and working rural landscapes are preserved and enhanced?
- The entire community is prepared for the economic, environmental, and social impacts of climate change?
- The built environment promotes safety and daily physical activity?
These and other questions about the future of our community will be the topics of discussion at six upcoming public meetings hosted by the Tompkins County Planning Department on the update of the Tompkins County Comprehensive Plan. The meetings will focus on proposed policies to address challenges facing the community. Participants will be asked to comment on the proposed policies and suggest specific actions the community might take to implement those policies. A draft plan incorporating comments received during this phase of the public input process is anticipated to be ready for public review in the fall, with a final plan to be presented to the County Legislature for adoption later this year.
Please consider joining us at one of the upcoming meetings.
June 19 Tompkins County Public Library’s Borg Warner Room, 11am-1pm
June 19 GIAC, 301 Court St, Ithaca 5:30pm-7:30pm
June 23 Caroline Elementary School, 2439 Slaterville Rd, Slaterville Springs, 7pm-9pm
June 24 Newfield Town Hall, 166 Main St., Newfield, 7pm-9pm
June 25 Jacksonville Community Methodist Church, 1869 Trumansburg Rd, Jacksonville, 7pm-9pm
June 26 Groton Town Hall, 101 Conger Blvd, Groton, 7pm-9pm