Only a handful participate in Cave Creek general plan update

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cave creekBy Linda Bentley | Sonoran News |

CAVE CREEK – Planning Director Ian Cordwell facilitated the July 20 general plan public input session, noting the public’s comments on poster paper.

Thursday’s input session, which drew approximately four times the number of attendees than the previous meeting, which drew only three people, was scheduled to gather input on four sections of the general plan: Our Vision, Introduction, Public Involvement and Context, in that order.

While more people attended this input session, only a handful participated.

Bob Morris was first to speak regarding the town’s vision. He said the biggest problem the town has is subsidizing the sewer plant. Morris suggested the town not approve any new subdivisions unless they hook up to the sewer plant and require existing subdivisions to hook up to the system.


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