County residents had a chance Tuesday to weigh in on a regional plan aimed at meeting state-mandated greenhouse gas reduction targets.

During a meeting at Watsonville Civic Center, the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments presented long-range land use and transportation objectives designed to cut Central Coast emissions 5 percent by the year 2035, while still making room for the region's expected growth.

"It's probably, at best, incremental change," said Maura Twomey, AMBAG's executive director. "We're looking at strategies that make changes that result in a more livable community, and that meet the needs of the region."