CCRD’s 2015-2019 Draft Integrated Strategic Plan to be released for further public comment

The Draft Plan is available on the CCRD website www.ccrd-bc.ca or at the CCRD office.

The Central Coast Regional District’s 2015 – 2019 Draft Integrated Strategic Plan was received at the October 9th Board meeting and approved for release to the public for further comment until 20  November 2014. The Draft Plan is available on the CCRD website www.ccrd-bc.ca or at the CCRD office.

The Draft Integrated Strategic Plan was produced through a collaborative effort between the community, CCRD Board members and staff.

This joint effort allowed for goals, objectives and strategies to be identified for the plan over the next five year and reflects the interests of the public. The plan also includes the Vision, Mission, Core Values and Core Strategies of the CCRD over the period 2015-2019.

Some of the comments that came from the CCRD’s conversation with the community were detailed and fall under a broader area that are covered by a goal, objective or strategy in the draft plan. A few comments that came through the community had to be placed on the “Park It” page.

The “Park It” page provides an explanation why these comments do not fall directly under a goal, objective or strategy. This page also includes any changes moving forwards from the current 2010-2014 Strategic Plan that is not being carried over and why.

If you have any comments or feedback on the 2015-2019 Draft Integrated Strategic Plan, please email them to info@ccrd-bc.ca

 

 

 

 

 

 

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