I gained a new perspective on all the components involved in planning for our region. Too often we are only focused on empirical values. This engaging and comprehensive document seamlessly integrates a quality-of-life perspective with macro issues such as climate change and energy policy and with micro issues such as traffic counts and demographics. Bravo to the Strafford Regional Planning team.
There should be materials that accompany the plan so that municipal staff know how the present and talk with people about the plan.
Page 45 Figure 3. I think some of the data might be missing in the legend.
There were two errors on the profile of Victoria Parmele, advisory team member. Those were the mispelling of the Bean Hile Bash (mispelled), and Massapequa, NH should be changed to NY.
I just got a glimpse of the Regional Master Plan draft for public view. It looks fantastic and it is such an honor for Middleton to be represented in the interviews!
Requested corrections to the community narrative featuring Cheryl Kimball are requested. Cheryl no longer works for Pope Memorial SPCA; her position as Director of Development is mentioned in both her interview and in the photo caption. If there is any chance at all that that could be edited out or "former" stuck in there that would be great.
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