§ 30.07  PLANS.
   The Planning Board shall formulate and maintain a comprehensive plan of the town and its environs for the purpose of achieving a coordinated, adjusted and harmonious development of the town which would promote, in accordance with present and future needs, the safety, morals, order, convenience, prosperity, and general welfare of its citizens; efficiency and economy in the process of development, convenience of traffic, safety from fire and other dangers, adequate light and air, healthful and convenient distribution of population, provision of adequate open spaces; good civic design and arrangement; wise and efficient expenditures of public funds; adequate provision for public utilities; and for other matters pertaining to the public requirements. The comprehensive plan shall consist of a number of parts which may include, but not be limited to, a land use plan, a major thoroughfare plan, a utilities plan, a plan for economic development, a recreation plan, a school plan and a community facilities plan.
(1991 Code, § 2-48)  (Ord. passed 7-5-1966)