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2029 Strategic Plan adopted

Six months after spending a weekend hashing out a Strategic Plan and Vision for the Town of Pulaski through 2029, town council put its stamp of approval on the plan Tuesday night.
Pulaski Town Council members unanimously approved the plan, which sets forth 41 goals – 17 of which were deemed to be high priority. However, council stopped short Tuesday of officially prioritizing the goals.
“I don’t think we should spend time prioritizing the goals tonight,” Mayor Jeff Worrell said at Tuesday night’s monthly legislative session. He pointed out the plan merely needs to be adopted so councilmen and town staff can begin the process of presenting the plan to the public.
Town Manager John Hawley said a Powerpoint presentation is being developed to help in the town’s effort to “rollout” the plan to the public through various means, including presentations to community organizations, advertising, posting the plan on the town’s website and holding community meetings.
It was pointed out that input should be received from the community before prioritizing the goals anyway.
Councilman Joel Burchett Jr. noted that the plan will be subject to change from time to time anyway as projects come and go.

For details of the “Town of Pulaski Strategic Plan & Vision,” visit the website at www.pulaskitown.org.

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2029 Strategic Plan adopted

Six months after spending a weekend hashing out a Strategic Plan and Vision for the Town of Pulaski through 2029, town council put its stamp of approval on the plan Tuesday night.
Pulaski Town Council members unanimously approved the plan, which sets forth 41 goals – 17 of which were deemed to be high priority. However, council stopped short Tuesday of officially prioritizing the goals.
“I don’t think we should spend time prioritizing the goals tonight,” Mayor Jeff Worrell said at Tuesday night’s monthly legislative session. He pointed out the plan merely needs to be adopted so councilmen and town staff can begin the process of presenting the plan to the public.
Town Manager John Hawley said a Powerpoint presentation is being developed to help in the town’s effort to “rollout” the plan to the public through various means, including presentations to community organizations, advertising, posting the plan on the town’s website and holding community meetings.
It was pointed out that input should be received from the community before prioritizing the goals anyway.
Councilman Joel Burchett Jr. noted that the plan will be subject to change from time to time anyway as projects come and go.

For details of the “Town of Pulaski Strategic Plan & Vision,” visit the website at www.pulaskitown.org.

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