Thursday, April 12, 2007

Master Plan Comments Available Online

Scanned comment sheets from the Master Plan are available for public viewing. The Planning staff have made public access easy.

So far 180+ public comments have been posted online at the following link:

The Plan Commission staff will be updating this link as additional comments are received and scanned.

Also of interest to the public:

INDOT and Strand have scheduled a public information meeting for the U.S. 50 Corridor Study on Monday, April 30 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at Lawrenceburg High School at 100 Tiger Boulevard. The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) consultant acknowledges that this meeting is intended to “offer the public opportunity to review and discuss the Corridor Study’s recommended alternative solutions.”

Christine Brauer Mueller
Lawrenceburg Township


Anonymous said...

Is anybody else having problems downloading and reading the comments from:

I can download only first page of each four groups of comments.

Anonymous said...

It would seem, that less than 1% of those who provided imput are for more of the development now planned by the movers and shakers of this county.

I guess Mr. Rozow and Mr. West will call this a "close" vote!!!

Tom Deville seems to think that those who are against such unrestrained development are utilizing scare tactics and false information to better their agendas.

Mr. Deville, what are your thoughts pertaining to all the closed door and serial meetings taking place including all your friends and proponets of unrestrained growth?

Do you embrace such tactics?

Anonymous said...

Wow! I am so impressed that 180 people took the time to go on record and comment on the county draft maps. And kudos to the Planning Department and Plan Commission for making these public records so accessible.
Chris Mueller

Anonymous said...

Not surprisingly, the great number of those who submitted their comments are those who are in the most iminent path of "growth!"

Which just proves, that while there may be a number of folks who are for this sort of growth, in theory, when the questions are narrowed to:


Then I would think the numbers in opposition of such "growth" would grow accordingly!

Anonymous said...

I'd like to know anyone's thoughts on Dr. Rahe's article about economic development in the Register. And also comments on the latest newspaper account of the Aurora City Council meeting where he wants to tear down buildings. What would Jim West and Mike Rozow think of this?

Anonymous said...

Dr. Rahe:

His recipe for "green-space," is to blacktop all the farms, develop the old, useless paddocks to the max, then separating industrial parks with narrow strips of greenary.

What a dream he has for our Dearborn County!

Maybe we can all move out further, then we can commute to work in Dearborn County!

Until, of course, the developers with our next county's politicians in their pockets, tell us we she should not have to commute to Dearborn County for employment...and the bulldozers begin again their chore of razing farm houses and barns, for our benefit of course!