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Maryland Code, Economic Development § 13-719

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The objectives of the plan are to:

(1) guide a coordinated, adjusted, efficient, and economic development of the region in a manner that will best promote the health, safety, order, convenience, prosperity, and welfare of the residents of the region in accordance with present and future needs and resources;

(2) provide for patterns of urbanization and the uses of land and resources for trade, industry, recreation, forestry, agriculture, and tourism;

(3) create conditions favorable to the development of human resources;

(4) identify the public interest and the necessity for public action and intergovernmental cooperation and coordination in the region;

(5) coordinate with the efforts of the private sector in the region;

(6) recognize any State comprehensive planning and development activities;

(7) reflect the plans and programs of the participating governmental units;  and

(8) take into account economic and demographic factors, conditions, and trends that are relevant to the future development of the region.

Cite this article: - Maryland Code, Economic Development § 13-719 - last updated December 31, 2021 |

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