On the topic of Natural & Working Lands, many outcomes focused on the need for amending local zoning regulations to better protect Richmond’s natural resources and the need to have a more strategic approach toward resource protection.
On the topic of History & Traditions, outcomes focused on increasing awareness of historic preservation assistance programs and expanding existing traditional community events and starting new ones. Participants also identified an additional goal: documenting and preserving Richmond’s history for future generations by saving and digitizing photos and other documents.
The next Rapid Fire Planning Night is scheduled for Wednesday February 4, 2016. Topics will be Economic Opportunity, Vibrant & Appealing Downtown, and Small Town Character.
Join the conversation!
- Submit your ideas and comments on these topics or on upcoming topics please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, use this contact form, look for a poster around town, or read and make comments online.
- See the schedule for upcoming Rapid Fire Planning Nights and join us soon!
- Read more about the discussions at the January 20, 2016 Planning Night in the meeting notes located here http://www.richmondvt.gov/boards-minutes/planning-commission/