The term "project" shall refer to the proposed Terra Bella-Ducor Redevelopment Plan for the County of Tulare:
The objectives of the Terra Bella-Ducor Redevelopment Plan are as follows:
1. Revitalize and upgrade the existing residential, commercial and industrial areas within the project area by providing adequate roadways and infrastructure
2. Create jobs for project area residents
3. Assure social and economic stability within the project area and promote aesthetic and environmental improvements.
4. Eliminate blighting influences in the project area through the removal or rehabilitation of physically obsolete or substandard structures, the elimination of nonproductive land uses, nonconforming land uses and incompatible land uses, the rehabilitation, construction, reconstruction or redesign of necessary infrastructure, including streets, utilities, curbs, gutters, sidewalks and other public improvements as set forth in the Terra Bella-Ducor General Plan, the construction and/or reconstruction of various flood control and drainage facilities, the assemblage of land into parcels suitable for well-designed development with improved pedestrian and vehicular circulation, and the improvement and provision of adequate recreation facilities and open space.
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