LITTLE FALLS, NJ-The Planning Board here hasgiven its preliminary approval on a report that reexamines itsmaster plan and recommends it develop diverse housing and implementmeasures to retain its small town character.

The report was authored by township planner JeffreyJanota, along with data gathered from a visioning surveyof Little Ferry residents taken by the Passaic CountyPlanning Department, a visioning questionnaire developedby the township itself, and a series of meetings with townshipofficials, according to Passaic Valley Today.

"The vision involves the community retaining its character as asmall town and at the same time continuing to thrive as an activecommunity with diverse housing, ample recreation, a healthyenvironment and adequate infrastructure, while maintaining apositive economic climate," the report states. See story inPassaic Valley Today.

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John Jordan

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