The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors has a hefty agenda set for its work session Tuesday night.
The first discussion during the meeting, which is scheduled to begin at 7 o’clock in the colonial courthouse, is a matter put on the agenda at the request of York district supervisor Phillip Bazzani about privatizing certain school board functions.
Several items are also on the agenda pertaining to public utilities, including an update and more discussion on the Terrapin Cove sewer extension project, discussion on the development fee fund balance in the utility fund and cash for the project, and potential code amendments regarding connection to county sewer.
Other matters include a presentation on economic development activities; the Gloucester Planning Commission’s recommendations for amendments to the county’s highway corridor overlay district; a presentation of Standard and Poor’s upgraded rating from bond surveillance; a suggested site plan ordinance modi...
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