After more than four years of work, which included heavy citizen participation through visioning sessions and four work teams, the Carroll County Master Plan was adopted on December 20, 2000. The Master Plan, entitled Carroll County Challenges and Choices: A Master Plan for the Future, explores the many "challenges" facing the County and makes "choices" about how to address those challenges.
It is broken into chapters on Agriculture, Community Involvement, Development, Employment/Economic Development, Environment, Facilities and Services, Heritage, Housing, Interjurisdictional Cooperation, Parks, Transportation, and Concurrency Management. Other chapters describe the Concepts and Intentions, Past, Present & Future Trends, the Planning Process, and the Vision Statement and Goals of the Plan.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - Concepts and Intentions
Chapter 2 - Past, Present, & Future Trends
Chapter 3 - Planning Process
Chapter 4 - Concurrency Management
Chapter 5 - Vision Statement & Goals
Chapter 6 - Agriculture
Chapter 7 - Community Involvement
Chapter 8 - Development
Chapter 9 - Employment/Economic Development
Chapter 10 - Environment
Chapter 11 - Facilities & Services
Chapter 12 - Heritage
Chapter 13 - Housing
Chapter 14 - Interjurisdictional Cooperation
Chapter 15 - Parks
Chapter 16 - Transportation