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Public Participation Plan
As the initial planning document, the Public Participation Plan (PPP) describes generally how the citizens of Cherokee County were able to provide input and feedback during the Comprehensive Planning process. The PPP served as the minimum standard for public participation. At the end of the process, citizen input was gathered from many additional sources and meetings.
Final Public Participation Plan
The Community Assessment component of the Comprehensive Plan is an extensive study of information and data about Cherokee County's past, present and future. Components of the Assessment are accessible through the links below. Completed maps have been included in the appropriate sections of the assessment. The Technical Reports serve as an appendix to the Assessment and provide more detail about the projections of Population, Housing and Employment and the Land Demand and Capacity analysis.
The Community Agenda document is the final phase of the comprehensive planning process and otherwise known as "the Plan". The Community Agenda was adopted by the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners, the Ball Ground City Council and the Waleska City Council on August 19, 2008. The documents in the Appendix are included to memorialize important analyses and citizen input that was considered as part of the planning process.
Note: The Community Agenda file includes a 11x17 version of the Future Development Map (FDM). More information about the FDM and detailed versions can be found on the Maps page.
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