Centers, Corridors & Wedges (CCW) is the overarching policy for organizing and guiding development. The document identifies three general land development categories:
1. Centers - areas of economic activity, typically concentrations of compact development.
2. Corridors - accessible and well connected areas characterized by a diversity of places.
3. Wedges - primarily low density housing, with limited moderate density housing and supporting services.
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