Princeton’s Path to Progress project seems on the right path with work and a new vision statement being proposed.
At the June 25 city council meeting, city representatives received an update from Kimley-Horn, the city’s engineering firm, about the comprehensive plan.
According to representatives from the firm, a vision statement is intended to capture what community members most value about their town and the shared image of what they want their community to become. It also sets the foundation and provides strategic direction for the plan at a high level and answers the question ‘Where is Princeton headed by 2050?’
By Wyndi Veigel • News Editor • [email protected]
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