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Final chance for input
Coastal Comp Plan wants to hear from Bryan County
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The Coastal Comprehensive Plan is in its final stages and looking for public input.

Bryan County residents are encouraged to attend the local workshop on Tuesday, Jan. 29 from 6-8 p.m. at the Coastal Georgia Center in downtown Savannah.

Georgia Department of Community Affairs Commissioner Mike Beatty recently announced the final round of workshops in order to to get any last minute comments on the Coastal Comprehensive Plan, which will directly impact Georgia’s six coastal counties, including Bryan.

“The plan will outline a vision for Georgia’s coastal area that promotes sustainable future development without compromising the region’s valuable and vulnerable natural environment,” the DCA release said Tuesday, Jan. 22.

The Coastal Comprehensive Plan’s advisory committee helped create the plan, and included local residents from each of the coastal counties. Bryan County representatives include Commission Chairman Jimmy Burnsed and Development Authority Director Jean Bacon.

“These members have worked with DCA and subject matter experts to study tourism, economic development and environmental management, housing and transportation issues affecting Georgia’s coastal area as it worked to develop the draft plan,” the release said.

Read more in the Bryan County News weekend edition.

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