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What shape should Clark County take? Comprehensive plans determine who or what will be moving in next door

City, county guidelines tell 'story of who we are now, who we want to be in 20 years and how we get there'

By Shari Phiel, Columbian staff writer
Published: February 17, 2024, 6:03am
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Tune into a city or Clark County council meeting, and there’s a good chance the conversation will eventually involve “the comp plan.” Whether you call it the growth management plan, comprehensive plan or some other variation, they all refer to the same thing.

“A comprehensive plan looks at the city from a bird’s-eye view and evaluates how the community should grow over time.

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