San Marcos business people on Nov. 20 called on the city council to reject a recommendation to further limit development in the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone and to seek input from the private sector in crafting the 10-year plan. A few members of the citizen’s advisory committee appointed to help create the plan scoffed at the idea that business people have been shut out of the process. The council adopted a set of general goals as the backbone of document, which is being developed by a city council-appointed steering committee and a citizen’s advisory committee.
» Comprehensive plan adopted goals [pdf]
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