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Draft Open Space and Recreation Plan Available for Public Comments

Published on Monday, 9/29/2008 2:30 pm | by Open Space and Recreation Plan Committee | Automatically Archived on 11/28/2008

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The Sudbury Open Space and Recreation Plan Update Committee is pleased to announce the completion of the Draft 2008-2012 Open Space and Recreation Plan. The efforts of all who participated in its creation is acknowledged, and the community is encouraged to thoroughly read the Plan to ensure it truly reflects the objectives and direction set forth by residents and town boards and committees.


The 2008 Draft Open Space and Recreation Plan,  Plan Appendices AB,  Plan Appendices CDE and the Draft  2008 Open Space and Recreation Plan Map can be reviewed on-line.  Reference copies are available at the Goodnow Library, Conservation Commission office (DPW Building), Park & Recreation Commission office (Fairbank Community Center) and the Planning and Community Development Department office (Flynn Building). Paper copies of the Plan will be made available upon request to the Planning and Community Development Department at pcd@sudbury.ma.us or by calling 978-639-3387.


 A 45 day comment period has been established, which will end on November 21, 2008. Written comments will be accepted during this period by sending them to the Planning and Community Development office, Flynn Building, 278 Old Sudbury Road, Sudbury, MA, 01776; or by email to osrpc@sudbury.ma.us. 


 A final plan will be compiled which reflects comments received on the draft plan.  Your involvement in this last stage is critical, as we want the final plan to be as accurate and inclusive as possible.  Please take some time to explore the plan, and let us know your thoughts. 


Through these efforts of visioning and leadership, we will be able to sustain the excellent quality of life in Sudbury we desire for ourselves and future generations.

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