Trust the Torch!

Nik Davis and Trisha Parks from urban planning firm Houseal Lavigne count hands as local public officials vote on priority projects for Woodstock as the city updates its 14-year-old comprehensive plan for growth and development. “This is very much a public engagement project,” Davis told the City Council and Plan Commission last week. (Independent photo by Larry Lough)

To create a comprehensive plan for growth and development in Woodstock for the next 20 years, the community will have to reconcile related but competing issues. Resources will need to […]

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