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The governing body of a municipality, or a public officer or public body, as it designates, may prepare a workable program, including an official plan of action, for effectively dealing with the problem of urban slums and blighted, deteriorated, or deteriorating areas within the community and for the establishment and preservation of a well-planned community with well-organized residential neighborhoods of decent homes and suitable living environment for adequate family life, for utilizing appropriate private and public resources to eliminate, and prevent the development or spread of, slums and urban blight and deterioration, to encourage needed urban rehabilitation, to provide for the redevelopment of blighted, deteriorated, or slum areas, or to undertake any of these activities or other feasible activities that may be suitably employed to achieve the objectives of the program.
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