Setting a vision for North Canaan’s future

NORTH CANAAN — Connecticut state law requires every municipality to adopt or amend a Town Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) every 10  years. Any municipality that passes the 10-year mark without acting on its POCD becomes ineligible for state discretionary funds (basically, any form of state grant).

The law lists nine requirements of the POCD, starting with it being “a statement of policies, goals and standards for the physical and economic development of the municipality.”

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