The Franklin County (Pa.) Commissioners recently adopted a new comprehensive plan for the county with a strategy for proper growth and conservation.
“This project began in late 2010 and was a collaborative process involving numerous meetings and interviews to gather input from all segments of the community, including local governments, school districts, business and community leaders, and the general public,” Planning Director Phil Tarquino said in a news release.
The latest revision to the comprehensive plan is called “Franklin County Forward.”
The plan calls for an information resource center within the Franklin County Planning Department. Steps to make that happen are already under way as data is compiled into a geographic information system.