Through the Planning Board, the town is undertaking a yearlong update of its master plan and a review of its zoning bylaw. The process will cost the town $75,000, and update a master plan that was last revised in 2001. Public services and facilities, land use, and economic development are major aspects of the revision, which looks ahead 10 to 15 years. Other topics include housing; transportation; open space and recreation; and the town’s natural, historical, and cultural resources. The public will also be surveyed about ideas for future development. A request for proposals has been posted on the town’s website, with bids from potential consultants due by July 17.