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The Coney Island Development Corporation was formed in September 2003 by the Mayor, the City Council and the Brooklyn Borough President. The 13-member Board of the CIDC includes City officials, local and Brooklyn-wide business and community leaders. It is charged with spearheading and implementing a comprehensive planning process for Coney Island and creating a coordinated economic development strategy for the area. In March 2004, the CIDC selected the team of Ernst & Young LLP and Davis Brody Bond LLP to create a strategic development plan for Coney Island. In developing the plan, the consultants have devised a strategy for implementing short- and long-term improvements to the Coney Island community that include physical and economic changes. The plan builds on the existing business base and will develop vacant property and market the area for a variety of year-round uses. The plan's expected completion is scheduled for January 2005.