The Leelanau County Planning Commission will host a 'Master Plan Workshop' on Monday, October 14, 2019 at the Leelanau County Government Center. The workshop will by presented by the Michigan Association of Planning with Paul LeBlanc, AICP, of PLB Planning Group as instructor. Workshop will run from 5 pm to 8:30 pm.
Cost: $40 (includes handouts and food/beverage) Non-refundable fee.
Who should attend? Planning commissioners, zoning administrators, township board/village council members, planners, and anyone interested in the planning process. Everyone Welcome!
Call 231-256-9812 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Credit card payments accepted (with $1.50 service charge). Cash/check accepted.
This workshop focuses on the purpose of the master plan and the entire process of developing and adopting the plan, and amendments to the plan. A comprehensive master plan is the future physical development of the community. Learn the purpose of a master plan, the process of creating and updating your community’s comprehensive plan, and implementation of the plan. This workshop is designed for those communities updating existing master plans as well as those creating entirely new ones. Roll up your sleeves and learn step-by-step about the requirements, components, and stakeholder involvement you’ll need to organize when drafting or amending a master plan.
(This workshop also qualifies for 3.5 Master Citizen Planner credits.)