CSU course demystifies planning process | SummitDaily.com

CSU course demystifies planning process

SUMMIT COUNTY – Beginning Wednesday, Colorado State University, through Colorado Mountain College, is offering a seven-week course designed to help residents learn about the local government planning process. Many Colorado communities are suffering growing pains, and Summit County is no exception. The county’s future is discussed and planned through a host of regular and special planning and zoning commission meetings as well as through hearings held throughout the county. In seven, consecutive, weekly sessions, learn about the planning process and how officials reach decisions regarding growth and development.

To register, call Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge at (970) 453-6757 or in Dillon at (970) 468-5989. Interested persons also can check the CMC Fall 2002 catalog for details or registration forms. For more information, call the CSU Cooperative Extension at (970) 668-3595.

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