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Frequently Asked Questions
A Comprehensive Plan establishes a community’s long-term vision, goals, strategies and policies for guiding future public and private development and investment and includes background information on the municipality’s past and an analysis of current issues and trends which will affect the future. The Plan is intended to serve as a roadmap for the Town for the foreseeable. The Town of Kingsbury’s Imagine Kingsbury Comprehensive Plan will address future land uses; housing; economic development; transportation; parks, trails, open space, and natural resources; and public services/facilities and infrastructure; and agriculture’s role in the community. The Plan will also be instrumental in establishing direction for newer planning issues such as local cannabis regulations, siting and proliferation of new renewable energy generating facilities/ structure, both large-scale and small, and the expansion of infrastructure.
Existing plans and strategies are an important part of the Comprehensive Plan process. These Plans will inform the Imagine Kingsbury Comprehensive Plan, and in some cases will be incorporated into the plan if the goals and vision are still consistent with the community’s aspirations.
Questions Submitted by the Town of Kingsbury Community
Even before COVID-19 impacted our lives, many Towns in the region, including our own, were seeking ways to improve job opportunities and support small businesses. An important component of the Comprehensive Planning process will be to identify additional businesses suited to the community that may improve employment opportunities and to support businesses already operating within our community. If you have specific questions regarding this issue, or insights that you think may be helpful, please use the Questions and Comments form on this page to reach out to us.
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Updated September 16, 2021