Brownsville : Comprehensive plan (1980)
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The purpose of the Brownsville Comprehensive Plan is to provide a framework for the orderly and economic development and growth of the City of Brownsville. In the past four years, the citizens of Brownsville have shown a genuine interest in the way in which Brownsville grows. This interest will need to be maintained through the years to come. The mechanism for continued local control is the Comprehensive Plan. [From the Plan]
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