At the time of the merger of the Estuary and Midstate Regional Planning Agencies, CRERPA's regional plan of conservation and development was just about complete. Because of all of the work performed on the Plan, it was decided to issue the document as a "Report of the Region" in that CRERPA would shortly cease to exist after the merger. As a result, the document you'll see is a POCD that didn't go through the final adoption process. All of the information is that that would have been included in the Regional Plan. For a copy of the Report, please contact Judy Snyder at (860) 581-8554 or email her at email@example.com.
Moving forward, the development of the RiverCOG Regional Plan of Conservation and Development is the highest priority of the new RiverCOG Regional Planning Commission. Discussions have already started guided by RiverCOG Assistant Director Jean Davies.
The public is welcome to sit in on any discussions held by the RPC on the Plan or any other topic. They meet the fourth Monday of each month at the RiverCOG offices located at 145 Dennison Road in Essex. Meetings start at 7pm.