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Mosaic Public Partners

Venus, Texas

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Rolesville, North Carolina

Developmental Associates

Wake Forest, North Carolina

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Tipp City, Ohio

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Albany, California

Austin Energy

Austin, Texas

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Austin , Texas

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Orono, Maine

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San Juan County, Washington

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Mountain View, California

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Paso Robles , California

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Grand Rapids, Michigan

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Sarasota, Florida

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Sarasota County Government

Sarasota , Florida

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Austin, Texas

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Redwood City, California

GovHR USA

Pittsburg, Pennsylvania

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Brunswick, Maine

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Rockville, Maryland

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Evanston, Illinois

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Planning Director
Founded in 1836, Auburn is the largest city in east Alabama and is home to a public land-grant university, Auburn University. Auburn is one of Alabama’s fastest-growing cities, with a 43% increase in population between 2010 and 2020, representing a daily increase of 6.6 people. Similar growth in the 2020s could put Auburn at or beyond the 100,000 mark in the 2030 census. From significant development in Auburn’s industrial sector to expanding commercial, recreational, and educational opportunities, Auburn has developed into a community of 78,552 people in 60.5 square miles, who love and live in Auburn for a variety of reasons.  The Planning Department is responsible for the administration of the City’s Land Use Plan, Zoning Ordinance, and Subdivision Regulations. Reporting to the


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