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ERIC Number: ED047261
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969-Dec-3
Pages: 23
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Establishing Planning in Madison County and Subsequent Training of the Planning Board.
Anderson, Martin G.
Early MIDNY Project efforts (1966) included work with County Extension staff in three Central New York counties (including Madison) to encourage establishment of county planning organizations to cope with local change problems and enable counties to obtain maximum benefit from regional planning efforts. This was done in Madison County through an already existing Board of Supervisors' resolution. Three major regional efforts involving Madison County began in 1966: the MIDNY Project of Cooperative Extension; the South Central Resources Conservation and Development Project; and the Central New York Regional Planning Program. A county resources development committee organized in Madison County helped develop leadership for these programs. Decisions were made to prepare newly chosen county planners through a field trip and training meetings; train town planning boards; operate with a professional planning staff; and employ a director compatible with the board. (LY)
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Identifiers - Location: New York