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The CodeNEXT Draft 2 text and map have been posted, and the opportunity for public feedback officially has started.

The comment period for Draft 2 will be open until Oct. 31. After that, the CodeNEXT team will be working to release Draft 3, the staff recommendation, by Nov. 28.

Learn more about the Draft 2 page.

Review and comment on the code.

Review and comment on the map.

Read a preview of Draft 2.

Cover of the CodeNEXT Preview document

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