The "comprehensive plan" is the community's principal tool to guide its future development, public policies and decision making. The comprehensive plan is only intended as a guide and shall not be interpreted or construed to give rise to any enforceable rights or remedies. Such community plan must:
   A.   Be value driven;
   B.   Be the product of and periodically tested and updated by a community planning process;
   C.   Involve all aspects of the community (physical, environmental, social, cultural, economic, emotional and spiritual);
   D.   Be long range in focus, covering a period of from ten (10) to fifteen (15) years;
   E.   Include the entire community geographically, not just one or more sections;
   F.   Be action oriented;
   G.   Be approved by city council resolution. (2007 Code § 36-1)