Talent : Comprehensive plan
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This Plan provides no abstractable introduction or executive summary but discusses each element in its own chapter. These are: A. History Element; B. Parks and Recreation Element; C. Natural Hazards Element; D. Transportation Element (including the complete Transportation System Plan as an Appendix); E. Economy Element; F. Public Facilities Element; and G. Housing Element.
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