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Vision 2030 Moves To Next Phase

Item: Vision adjustment: Organizers seek way to keep volunteers involved in plan implementation/Jeff Selle, Coeur d'Alene Press

More Info: It has been nearly a year since the CDA 2030 project was started to gauge the community's vision for what the greater Coeur d'Alene area should look like in the year 2030, and now they are in the home stretch. The CDA 2030 organizers have spent most of the past year gathering both scientific and not-so-scientific input from thousands of Kootenai County residents and analyzing that data to determine the key areas where residents would like to see community leaders focus their attention into the future. Organizers recently reached out to the community looking for volunteers to help develop an implementation plan based on that data, and found there is much more interest than they suspected.

Question: What impact will Vision 2030 have on future growth of Coeur d'Alene?




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