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Tulsa's comprehensive plan update to get more input

Tulsa's comprehensive plan update to get more input

Tulsa World

By KEVIN CANFIELD World Staff Writer

Published: 3/23/2010  10:44 PM
Last Modified: 3/23/2010  10:44 PM

A request by the Tulsa Metro Chamber to extend the public hearing period for the city’s comprehensive plan update dissolved into a nonissue Tuesday night when the Tulsa Metropolitan Area Planning Commission agreed to resume public discussion of the plan on April 28.

The chamber asked on March 10 that the commission extend the public hearing period 60 days to allow its members more time to review the document. The plan had been made available to the public Jan. 12.

“We are pleased that the commission has agreed to the additional time for input,” said Gwendolyn Caldwell, the chamber’s vice president of government affairs.

At the start of the Planning Commission’s third public hearing on the comprehensive plan update, Commission Chairwoman Michelle Cantrell explained that the city’s consultant on the plan had advised that the commission hold another public hearing once commissioners made their revisions to it... FULL ARTICLE

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