Town officials hope the Economic Development Strategic Plan will provide guidance and a vision for the future of the town.
The town council approved the plan, which will help promote economic development in the 1,000 acre southeast quadrant of Zionsville, during its meeting Tuesday night, Sept. 4.
A working group with the guidance of Chris Hamm, a principal planner with American Structurepoint, had been working on the plan for more than 18 months.
“(The group) has provided a great document for us to replicate,” Council President Tim Haak said. “I am looking forward to the next version for the next piece of town that we identify.”
Haak said he felt the plan was needed for the Tax Increment Financing District.
See Wednesday’s Times Sentinel for the full story.