Land Use

Land Use

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Managed growth is essential to the quality of life in Delaware County.
Event Date: 
Mar 18 2019 - 10:30am
Event location: 

Visalia Waste Water Treatment Plant

Just this past August Visalia's cutting-edge Waste WaterTreament Plant was upgraded. at $152 million, it's the biggest public works project our City has ever undertaken.

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The League of Women Voters of Benton and Franklin Counties supports regional planning and implementation of river shore development to carry out the following objectives (in order of priority): 1) preservation of the unique natural quality of the area's river shore; 2) enhanced recreational and cultural activities; 3) contribution to the region's tax base.

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League positions on Land Use were originally adopted in 1970, amended in 2017, and are reviewed annually.

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The League supports the development of a countywide comprehensive plan that incorporates principles of sustainable growth and is consistent with existing land use plans of local governmental subdivisions.

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We believe that the importation and use of Liquefied Natural Gas in the Long Beach area is a key component of a long range energy program which would stress use of the cleanest fossil fuel.

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The League of Women Voters of Comal Area supports land use decisions that protect natural and historic resources and believes that planning for the impact of growth is essential.

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The LWVSC supports effective city and county planning programs based upon general plans, community plans, environmental impact studies, and land use principles . . .

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The LWVSC considers flood control a major safety, health and economic issue facing the region which requires significant, coordinated public and private action . . .

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The LWVSC believes decisions on the location, type, and density of housing must be an integral part of the planning process . . .

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