Aurora : Comprehensive plan
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In maintaining their link to the past, Aurorans look to leveraging it into continuing growth and prosperity in the future. For this reason the City has embarked upon a comprehensive land use planning process designed to: 1. Enhance community livability and economic expansion in the context of a unique Aurora Colony village atmosphere; and 2. Preserve and enhance the community's historic character and natural resources for present and future generations; and 3. Provide a coordinated policy framework and implementing structure to manage urban growth while providing urban level services in a timely, efficient and economic manner; and 4. Address the statewide planning goals of the Land Conservation and Development Commissions (LCDC); and the administrative rules of the Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD). [From the Comprehensive Plan.]
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