What is a master plan?

CBI explains what the plan can do–and what it can not


“A master plan is a blueprint for the future of the community. It is just a plan. The plan itself has no legal basis other than when the planning commission adopts the master plan, which is their legal duty to do,” said Bobbe Fitzhugh, of Community Builders, Inc., the company responsible for developing the Saratoga Master Plan.

The master plan shall be adopted by the planning commission according to their statutes, however once it is adopted, the town and the planning commission have control over what they do with the recommendations made by CBI.

The master plan can and should have a...

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