Last night’s vision meeting regarding Culver’s comprehensive plan project didn’t have the turnout that Town Manager David Schoeff was expecting, but he said it was still a fun and productive meeting. Schoeff explained that about 25 people showed up to discuss the comprehensive plan to allow officials to get an idea of where the residents of the town see their community developing towards the future. Residents identified places in and around town that can be developed and gave their insight on what residential areas, commercial areas, or infrastructure aspects could be improved.
Schoeff said their next step is to have Houseal-Lavigne, the planning firm hired by the town to assist them in this endeavor, establish a vision statement laying out what the town needs to accomplish down the road. Following that, officials will begin identifying existing conditions and aspects that should be improved or addressed.
He said the town is still on schedule to have a draft of the comprehensive plan ready by fall and they will be holding a number of meetings this summer to garner more input and support for the project.
For more information or to get involved, visit the comprehensive plan project’s webpage.