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The plan shall include:
(1) a statement of the objectives, standards, and principles sought to be expressed in the plan;
(2) recommendations for the most desirable pattern and intensity of general land use in the region in the light of the best available information concerning natural environmental factors, the present and prospective economic and demographic basis of the region, and the relation of land use in the region to land use in adjoining areas;
(3) recommendations for the general circulation pattern for the region including land, water, and air transportation and communication facilities, used for movement within the region or to and from adjoining areas;
(4) recommendations on the need for and proposed general location of public and private works and facilities that, because of their function, size, extent, or for any other reason, are of a regional rather than a purely local concern;
(5) recommendations for the long-range programming and financing of capital projects and facilities;
(6) recommendations for meeting housing needs of existing and prospective immigrant population of the region;
(7) recommendations for the development of programs and improvements in the region for health services, manpower planning, employment opportunity, education, elimination of poverty, and law enforcement; and
(8) any other appropriate recommendations on current and impending problems that may affect the region.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Maryland Code, Economic Development § 13-620 - last updated December 31, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/md/economic-development/md-code-econ-dev-sect-13-620.html
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