Tigard : Downtown implementation strategy
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The Downtown Implementation Strategy is a document to guide the City's actions to translate the "vision" for downtown into a "reality." It incorporates the policy objectives of the Tigard Downtown Improvement Plan, adopted by City Council on September 25, 2005, into a strategy and set of "near term" and "long-term" actions the City should take to implement the Plan. The Strategy includes four (4) key strategies with thirty-five (35) supporting actions, a 3-Year Action Plan, and a 1-Year Work Program. [From the Plan]
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