Wellesley officials will host a Nov. 29 open house on a proposed “unified plan” intended to guide decision-making for the town.
The town’s proposal is intended to combine a comprehensive plan for development in Wellesley with a strategic framework for the town’s government, according to the project’s website.
The plan is being developed by a 47-member steering committee, consisting of town officials and residents, working in conjunction with town staff and project consultants.
“At the foundation of the plan are townwide values and a set of goals for the future based on community dialogue and discussion,” according to the project’s website.
The open house will be held Wednesday, Nov. 29, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Wellesley Town Hall’s Great Hall. The session will cover issues facing the town, including housing, transportation, economic development, open space preservation, and zoning, according to a flier.
A final draf is expected to be ready for approval at the annual Town Meeting in the spring.
For more information about the plan, visit www.wellesleyunifiedplan.comJohn Hilliard can be reached at email@example.com.