Residents will get to see the draft version of Harford County's 2012 master plan starting Oct. 10.
The planning and zoning department announced it will be available online, at http://www.harfordcountymd.gov/planningzoning, and in public library branches.
An informational workshop on the draft will also be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Oct. 20, in Harford Community College's Chesapeake Center.
The process of getting community feedback on what Harford County could look like in future years was launched Feb. 17.
Since then, the department has received about 280 total posts online in response to the plan and had about 50 people attend its community meetings, planning and zoning deputy director Anthony McClune said Thursday.
"We are still basically finalizing ideas," he said about the draft. "At this point, I think the process has been going pretty well. We have got lots of good impact from the public… I would like to see some encouragement that people will read it before the meeting."
McClune said he was not prepared to discuss any major changes the draft might include.
"We got a lot of good comments from the public, but at this point, we are basically finalizing our draft," he said. "At the time we post it, we will always open up the comment period [both] electronically and in writing."