(1) prepare studies of the region's resources with respect to existing and emerging
problems of industry, commerce, transportation, population, housing, agriculture,
public services, local governments, and any other matter relevant to regional planning;
(2)(i) collect, process, and analyze at regular intervals the social and economic
statistics for the region that are necessary to planning studies; and
(ii) make the results available to the public;
(3) participate with other governmental units, educational institutions, and private
organizations in the coordination of the research activities;
(4) provide information to:
(i) units and instrumentalities of the federal, State, and local governments; and
(ii) the public, in order to:
1. foster public awareness and understanding of the objectives of the plan and the
functions of regional and local planning; and
2. stimulate public interest and participation in the orderly, integrated development
of the region.
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