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CHAPTER5-EnvisioningSuccess 130 May 2015 The following pages present a strategy board using terminology from the original 1999 plan for Greer. The master plan organizes an actionable strategy around seven key themes A goal statement supports each of the themes. This goal statement is the aspiration of the theme and provides a way to test specific action items. Action items will be implemented in three time horizons Immediate 2015-2020 Mid-term 2021- 2025 and Longer-term 2026-2030. The action items will help channel the energy of implementation partners and provide a method of evaluating our progress over time. Its important to note that some Action Items directly relate to several themes and the document is dynamic. Unforeseen opportunities will arise over the course of this plan and some items identified may change based on new circumstances. These situations in no way compromise the action plan but strengthen it as a living document for our community. The Strategy Board is deliberately designed to allow Greer to chart our progress over time. As Action Items are completed they can be moved to a successes column new initiatives can be easily incorporated and changing circumstances can account for actions that occur quicker or slower than originally indicated. Strategy Board Promoting a preferred growth strategy through policy Promoting a preferred growth strategy through partnerships Expanding the traditional downtown Enhancing gateways and wayfinding Promoting mobility Promoting Arts culture and history Connecting the community with recreation and trails