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Input needed for Natural Resources, Cultural & Historic Resources Chapter of Master Plan

The City of Rochester is updating the Natural Resources Chapter and Cultural & Historic Resources Chapter of the City’s Master Plan.

According to Planning and Development director Shanna B. Saunders, master plans are typically updated every 5-10 years and input from the community is critical to the success of the process. 

“There will be multiple ways to get involved with updating these chapters, including sharing your ideas and opinions through our surveys,” said Saunders. “The survey will be open from February 10 to March 3, 2023.”

To participate, visit the project website at https://RochesterMP.online to learn more about the project and access the online surveys for each chapter. Hard copies are available at the Planning and Development Department in the City Hall Annex, located at 33 Wakefield Street.

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