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Master Plan meeting Saturday

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Milton officials are expecting a large turnout for the second public meeting on the master planning process, which will help solidify goals for the future. “Right now we’re just doing the forums to get the greater input from everybody,” said Town Planner William Clark said in a phone interview. Officials have been working on an update to the Master Plan since 2011. A visioning process wrapped up in May, and planning specialists began working on moving plans to reality. Officials hope further public input will clarify and broaden goals. “It is something people are interested in, and this isn’t just same old, same old,” Clark said, noting that over 100 residents attended previous forums. “This is looking to drill down on stuff that we have and make sure we’re going in the right direction.” Forums and roundtable discussions will take place the next several months, with the first to occur Saturday at Fuller Village from 9 a.m. to noon .

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