A public hearing on the family transfer ordinance amendment and platting requirements code amendment, originally scheduled to be held during this month’s Gloucester County Planning Commission meeting, has been postponed to September.
According to staff documents, the county attorney had a number of suggested revisions and questions about the platting requirements code amendment when staff put the platting requirements checklist into ordinance format. Staff could not revise it in time to make the advertising deadline for this month’s meeting.
At tonight’s meeting, which will be held in the T.C. Walker Education Center Auditorium at 7 o’clock, the planners will discuss other regulations that are currently housed in Article 9.
Staff documents state that the regulations that will be discussed in detail tonight include “regulations that are best addressed in other County Ordinances, regulations that are best included in Article 5 District Regulations, and regulations that should r...
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