Mastering the plan

phrgmasterplanmeeting1Oakley Hopkins of Rangely’s Planning Commission participated in Saturday’s “community visioning workshop,” part of the county’s master plan process. A similar format will be followed this week in Meeker with a dinner and presentation at 5 p.m. Friday at the Fairfield Center, followed by Saturday morning’s community participation session, starting at 8:30.
County Commissioners Ken Parsons, right, and Kai Turner participated in Saturday’s community visioning workshop in Rangely. “We are just facilitating the process. It is a countywide effort. That’s why it’s important for as many people as possible to be a part of the process,” said Jeff Madison, Rio Blanco County planning director and natural resources specialist.
Rangely Mayor Ann Brady makes a point during Saturday’s discussion. The county’s master plan process, expected to be finished in February or March, will be a blue