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Byline: Kate Nash KNASH@ABQTRIB.COM / 823-3602
Interpretations of the proposed Planned Growth Strategy are multiplying like organisms in a laboratory experiment.
The blueprint to control and direct growth in the city has become a lightning rod for debates citywide, a centerpiece for town hall meetings and an idea that's drawn campaigning and pamphleteering like an election.
The plan parts of which are set to be voted on by the council later this year aims to make major shifts in how the city grows and how development is paid for. Supported by a narrow majority of the city council, it favors infill and frowns on sprawl.
The bill rethinks and attempts to change some of City …