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Since the release of Draft 3 on February 12 2018, staff have continued to evaluate feedback received through venues such as CiviComment and the online mapping tool. This evaluation has led staff to create an Errata, Addendum, and Map Atlas to Draft 3.

Before taking a look at the Addendum, we strongly suggest users review the Addendum and Errata User Guide. This guide explains what to expect in each document and describes the layout

Below is a quick explanation of each new document:

  1. The Draft 3 Addendum consists of content updates made to Draft 3, like the addition of new text, changes to diagrams, and the deletion of text. Content was updated after staff evaluated feedback received through venues such as CiviComment and the online mapping tool. The Addendum Highlights document provides a summary of updates found in the addendum.
  2. The Draft 3 Errata consists of minor edits that do not alter content, like grammatical edits, formatting changes, and cross-reference updates. The Errata does not incorporate Addendum updates, and includes every page of Draft 3.
  3. The Map Atlas is a guide to understanding changes to the Draft 3 map. This atlas shows all Draft 3 map updates from a citywide, district, and small area scale. Map updates include corrections to data errors and refinements to reflect edits to the zones.

You can find the Errata, Addendum, and Map Atlas on the Draft 3 webpage.

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