As part of revamping a 37-year old general plan, the City of Martinez is asking residents for their input. It’s one of the last steps in the two-year process of bringing the future plans for Martinez out of the 1970s.

From the San Jose Mercury News:

Here’s a chance to gaze into a crystal ball and predict the future of Martinez.

Or at least influence that future.

In the coming weeks, the city will hold four workshops where residents can share ideas about what they do and don’t like about the city and how they would like Martinez to change over the next 20 years.

The meetings are part of a two-year effort to update the city’s 37-year-old general plan, which serves as a broad guide for development.

Read the full article here.