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City of Richmond Hill Comprehensive Plan (1993) ISSUES Population Economic Development expand its job market to accommodate the needs of its residents. consider the need to install a bus system to Savannah to operate at least during rush hours. Housing Natural and Historic Resources Floodplain development Maintain integrity of scenic areas encroachment of commercial activity into the historic areas of the City. need to coordinate the local government’s wetland permitting program with the federal EPA and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers “Section 404” program identify all point source and non-point source environmental pollution hazards, unplugged wells and other potential pollutants of groundwater recharge areas (into the shallow aquifer) adopt local remedial programs and pollution control regulations. examine sign controls in Richmond Hill to preserve the view quality of many of the historic commercial structures along Route 144. Community Facilities Water supply and sewerage systems need to be upgraded to meet future population growth traffic volumes in the Richmond Hill vicinity are increasing to levels beyond the capabilities of the roadways. Overcrowded schools Land Use need to continue conserving, protecting, and managing its land use resources for optimum public benefit. need to continue improving and implementing all land use control regulations. need to continue monitoring land development activities to ensure that compatible and balanced community-wide land use patterns are being maintained.
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