The Horizon 2020 steering committee will meet tonight to continue to work on the strategic plan, a city planning official said today.
"They're going to talk about transportation, historic resources, environmental quality, intergovernmental cooperation, growth and development, and program administration," said Sheila Stogsdill, a city-county planner.
The meeting begins at 7 tonight on the third floor conference room at city hall, Sixth and Massachusetts.
Horizon 2020 will guide land use and economic development in Lawrence and unincorporated areas of Douglas County over the next 25 years.
The committee will meet again Oct. 12, when Kirk McClure, a Kansas University associate professor or urban planning, will discuss a proposal to monitor the county's commercial property inventory.
The Lawrence City Commission has referred the idea to the steering committee for comments.
The meetings are open to the public.