Interviews associated with the selection of a firm to perform certain professional services (consulting) work for the Borough of Brentwood involving the preparation of an Implementable Comprehensive Plan (“Plan”). The previous comprehensive plan is date 1997. The implementable plan must focus on identifying community issues, steps to address the issues, persons, or groups responsible for addressing the issues and financing. Sources of finances should be identified. The emphasis should be determining the needs and desires of the community. A variety of techniques must be utilized to make this determination. As a general guide to developing an implementable comprehensive plan please refer to "Creating an Implementable Comprehensive Plan", Workbook and Reference, Version 1.1, August 27, 2012 (or latest version).
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This plan will consist of two phases:
Phase I will be the determination of the community needs as well as economic development incentives and/or initiatives to attract and sustain businesses to the Borough. This will be the emphasis of the plan. The process must use a variety of methods to determine needs. This phase will also serve as the impetus for community ownership of the plan and for community capacity building.
Phase II will be developing an implementation plan. The implementation at a minimum must specify steps for implementation, costs for implementation, source of funding for
implementation, who is responsible for implementation, and a timeline for implementation.