By Bobby Bordelon
The White Sulphur Springs Comprehensive Plan was passed by City Council after a quiet public hearing on Monday, April 8.
A comprehensive plan is a "blueprint for the future development" of a city, devised from hearings, open houses, and surveys from residents and stakeholders. Some of these initial steps to the plan's creation were taken in November 2017 by capturing residents' thoughts on various aspects of residential life during a public meeting in City Hall. Since that meeting and subsequent public comment, the city synthesized the comprehensive plan.
Read more in the Tuesday, April 9, 2019, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.