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City of Hackensack to share comp plan at public meeting

Comprehensive planning is an important tool for cities to guide future development of land to ensure a safe, pleasant and economical environment for residential, commercial, industrial and public activities.

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HACKENSACK — The city of Hackensack is inviting people to attend an informational meeting at 6 p.m. Monday, May 24, at the Hackensack Community Center, 110 Third St. S.

At this meeting, the draft plan of Hackensack’s comprehensive plan will be shared, with options to attend in person or online via the registration link.

Registration for in-person attendance is recommended but not required. Registration is required for online attendance, with a remote link shared via email upon registration . Register at bit.ly/2T7lSyP .

The local planning team utilized community feedback from meetings and surveys to develop goals and aspirations to guide future planning efforts for the comprehensive plan update, facilitated by Region Five Development Commission. Through a Minnesota Pollution Control Agency grant, the city of Hackensack was able to incorporate energy and environment goals and action steps as an addendum to the plan. Comprehensive planning is used as an important tool for cities to guide future development of land with a goal of ensuring a safe, pleasant and economical environment for residential, commercial, industrial and public activities.

For updates and details about the city of Hackensack’s comprehensive plan process, including the project’s timeline and draft plan, visit regionfive.org/hackensack .

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Direct comments regarding the comprehensive plan to Tad Erickson at terickson@regionfive.org or by phone at 218-894-6012.

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