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Gloucester board to consider Main Street Landing Tuesday

The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing Tuesday night to decide on a rezoning that would allow the development of an age-targeted community just south of Gloucester Court House. 

If approved, the community would include 131 single-family residential units and associated community features on just over 59 acres alongside the northbound lanes of the Route 17 Bypass. The public hearing will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the colonial courthouse and the board’s regular meeting will start at 6 o’clock.

The applicant, Angela Healy of Andor Development, Inc., and Fort Lee Baptist Church of Richmond, property owner, hopes to have the board reclassify 59.17 acres from Medium Density Multifamily Residential (conditional) to Planned Unit Development (conditional) to allow for the development, which will be called Main Street Landing. 

Previously a development under the name The Villas of Gloucester was approved on the site; however, the applicant is s...

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