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Help develop a stronger Plan Of Conservation & Development

Oct 3rd, 2012 | By

An Action Alert from Connecticut Fund for the Environment Land use and conservation in Connecticut is guided by the Plan of Conservation and Development. This Plan, put out about every five years by the Office of Policy and Managment, is a critical tool for protecting the watershed lands that filter our drinking water and rivers, for encouraging smart

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CT Plan of Conservation and Development in last days of public review and comment

Sep 13th, 2012 | By

The draft state Plan of Conservation and Development is in the last days for public review and comment. This is a five-year plan for 2013-2018. It is worthwhile to check the plan for accuracy and policy, because it may be the basis or reference document for numerous state and local decisions on everything from funding to zoning.

Changes to Canton POCD underway

Sep 13th, 2010 | By

CANTON — The Town of Canton is beginning to develop plans to change the way the Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) is updated. Jonathan Thiesse, a member of the Planning Commission, spoke to the Board of Selectmen at its Sept. 1 meeting about the commissions plans for a change in the way the POCD

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