Union : Comprehensive plan (1984)
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The City of Union's Land Use Plan is a public document prepared by the City Council with assistance and input from community residents. It provides long-range guidelines for decision-making with regard to: land use suitability; development proposal evaluations; public utility, facility, and street improvement projects; and other considerations related to community growth. The Plan will be used by public bodies as the basis upon which to make community development decisions, and by businesses or private individuals to make investment or construction decisions. [From the Plan]
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