Depends very much on the government (national, state, local, other jurisdiction) and what it is they are planning for – water conservation, transportation, pollution, cost management, or whatever, with dozens of things that could all be called a “water plan”. Normally they would probably contract professional studies for the topics to be addressed; sometimes then departments of the government would weigh in with comments, additions, changes, which might be based on science, politics, or budgetary constraints; then whatever the deciding body is (city council, state water board or environmental protection department, or any of a dozen other entities) would presumably vote for or against imposing the plan.
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