A Planning Commission is about ready to present a zoning ordinance for the first time to a rural Pennsylvania township. There is a fairly vocal "no zoning" group attempting to at least make major modifications to the ordinance. My question has to do with best methods of communication so that ALL citizens in the township get correct information and help to make the right decision for the township. What should the planning commission do to assure themselves that all the citizens are informed? In other words, how do we make sure that opposition is sincere and well-supported, and not just loud voices?