This excellent editorial from yesterday’s
Flint Journal highlights the growing movement toward more regional-minded land
use planning—-and the many challenges
Strong state leadership, broad education, and more organized and vocal outreach to our local leaders and planning officials are all long overdue on this critical issue.
Brad Garmon | Land Programs Director |
Ph. 517-487-9539 | Fax 517-487-9541
August 30, 2006
“The Fenton City Council's
overwhelming vote not to join nearby municipalities in nonbinding regional
land-use planning is an example of how
stated reasons for opposing what many vibrant areas in the country embrace
center on them seeing little benefit from such cooperation. Fenton Councilman
Edward Angeluski even anticipated potential conflicts between jurisdictions. .
. . Pray tell what do we have now in
Read the complete article: http://www.mlive.com/columns/fljournal/index.ssf?/base/news-2/1156945825229800.xml&coll=5