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The plans for downtown Beaufort developed during an intense study process that meshed residents' opinions into one vision are one step closer to becoming part of the city's master plan.
The Redevelopment Commission unanimously voted Thursday to send the newest proposed version of the Master Civic Plan to city council for approval. This would be the largest revision to the plan since it was approved in 2009, commission chairman Jonathan Veritycq said.
The master plan would be updated with the projects and goals for downtown developed during the study and meeting with residents and business owners. The second study was completed this week, for Sectors 2 and 3, which are primarily the residential areas of Beaufort.
In other business, the commission discussed: