Getting the Community Involved in Local Development Efforts

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Publication
Date of Publication
December 7, 2021
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Overview

This 4-page publication discusses how community involvement is fundamental to the success of any development plan.

Community involvement is fundamental to the success of any development plan. Residents are more likely to embrace development proposals when invited to contribute their opinions and shape efforts to meet their needs. Involved community members will likely be more willing to devote the time needed to implement the proposals. When community members feel invested in the place where they live, the chances a plan will succeed are greatly improved. (4 pages)

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