In an effort to make Frederick County, Maryland more livable, the Frederick County Planning Commission has approved the “Livable Frederick” draft comprehensive plan.
Residents from the county had an opportunity to meet with leaders to view the plan and ask questions to staff. The plan lists a series of goals and initiatives focusing on four main categories for the county: health, economy, environment, and community. The first public review was held in Brunswick and residents say they want to see the protection of agriculture and growth involved in the plan.
“The growth especially around Brunswick contained to the Brunswick city area because Brunswick is looking for growth and to improve the business situation and things like that,” said Frederick County Council member Jerry Donald, District 1.
The Commission will hold a public hearing in March before the plan goes to the county council.
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