Town of Holland Comprehensive Plan Public Workshop

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FlyerHollandCompPlanWorkshop

A public workshop to gain input on the Town of Holland Comprehensive Plan has been scheduled as follows:
7-10 p.m., Tuesday, June 20
Holland Community Center
3 Legion Drive
Holland, 14080
Attendees will learn about the comprehensive plan and plan process and hear presentations from local experts on topics crucial to the Town and its future:

  • Economic Development
  • Food Systems/Agriculture
  • Renewable Energy
  • Community Health

Breakout sessions will give attendees the opportunity to explore these topics in greater detail.

The Town Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee and consultants will use the input received to help develop the plan’s vision that will guide decision-making on future growth and development in the Town.

The Town of Holland Public Workshop is free and open to the public and the public is welcome to attend.
The Town of Holland Comprehensive Plan is funded by a grant through the US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program.

CONTACT:
Mike Kasprzyk, Holland Supervisor, (716) 537-9443
Eve Holberg, LaBella Associates, (716) 710-3042