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Shelby County Comprehensive Plan Working Group

Tim Macholl,

Morgan Johnston,

Nathan Jones,

Yijie Zheng


Shelby County Comprehensive Plan Working Group

Goal: To update the Shelby County Comprehensive Plan

Phase One: Identify key issues affecting ShelbyCounty (expected completion date = middle of September)

Phase Two: Propose options for responding to the issues (expected completion date = end of October)

Phase Three: Present a final draft of a Comprehensive Plan for review by the Shelby County Board (expected completion date = middle of December)


Six Issues

  • The DiME Effect

  • Growing Crops and Cultivating Growth

  • The Soil, Water, and Fields

  • The Army Corps of Engineers and The Lake

  • Wanting What You Have and Having What You Want

  • Putting Assets to Work


Decatur

Mattoon

Effingham


3 Movies

K-Mart

4 Arbys

Menards

2 Wal-Marts

Circuit City

Movies

Arbys

Wal-Mart

McDonald’s

Wal-Mart

McDonald’s

2 Movies

K-Mart

Arbys

Menards

Wal-Mart

2 McDonald’s


Six Issues

  • The DiME Effect

  • Growing Crops and Cultivating Growth

  • The Soil, Water, and Fields

  • The Army Corps of Engineers and The Lake

  • Wanting What You Have and Having What You Want

  • Putting Assets to Work


Rich Rural Farm Land and Natural Resources


Six Issues

  • The DiME Effect

  • Growing Crops and Cultivating Growth

  • The Soil, Water, and Fields

  • The Army Corps of Engineers and The Lake

  • Wanting What You Have and Having What You Want

  • Putting Assets to Work


Six Issues

  • The DiME Effect

  • Growing Crops and Cultivating Growth

  • The Soil, Water, and Fields

  • The Army Corps of Engineers and The Lake

  • Wanting What You Have and Having What You Want

  • Putting Assets to Work


Six Issues

  • The DiME Effect

  • Growing Crops and Cultivating Growth

  • The Soil, Water, and Fields

  • The Army Corps of Engineers and The Lake

  • Wanting What You Have and Having What You Want

  • Putting Assets to Work


1990

2000


Six Issues

  • The DiME Effect

  • Growing Crops and Cultivating Growth

  • The Soil, Water, and Fields

  • The Army Corps of Engineers and The Lake

  • Wanting What You Have and Having What You Want

  • Putting Assets to Work


County Assets

Land

People

Neighbors

Lake Shelbyville

Tourist Attractions

County Internet Sites

Towns, Cities, Villages


Shelby County Comprehensive Plan Working Group

Goal: To update the Shelby County Comprehensive Plan

Phase One: Identify key issues affecting Shelby County (expected completion date = middle of September)

Phase Two: Propose options for responding to the issues (expected completion date = end of October)

Phase Three: Present a final draft of a Comprehensive Plan for review by the Shelby County Board (expected completion date = middle of December)


Where do we go from here?


Keep Recreation Moneyin the County

  • Actively promote the County through websites, brochures, and events

  • Direct visitors to recreational areas, restaurants, and attractions with signs

  • Hand out coupon books at camp grounds and other accommodations to encourage visitors to get out into the County


Target Residential Growth

  • “Boomerang” segment: people who are from here might want to come back

  • Lake Visitors: long term visitors might choose to relocate here

  • DiME residents: might want to live

    or retire in the county


Sustain Agricultural Production

  • Protect agricultural land by encouraging good land and building design

  • Minimize the amount of residential development in agricultural areas

  • Encourage flood control, stormwater runoff and soil conservation efforts


Shelby County Comprehensive Plan Working Group

Goal: To update the Shelby County Comprehensive Plan

Phase One: Identify key issues affecting Shelby County (expected completion date = middle of September)

Phase Two: Propose options for responding to the issues (expected completion date = end of October)

Phase Three: Present a final draft of a Comprehensive Plan for review by the Shelby County Board (expected completion date = middle of December)


Contact Information

Department of Urban

and Regional Planning

111 Temple Buell Hall

611 Taft Drive

Champaign, IL 61820

217-840-6766 (Nathan Jones)

Mac Butler

Zoning Administrator

301 E. Main St. Room 2

Shelbyville, IL 62565

217-774-1499

sczone@consolidated.net

Prof. Hopkins, l-hopkins@uiuc.edu

Tim Macholl, macholl@uiuc.edu

Morgan Johnston, mbjohnst@uiuc.edu

Nathan Jones, nmjones1@uiuc.edu

Yijie Zheng, zheng5@uiuc.edu


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