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Gloucester planners look at family transfer regulations

Gloucester planners discussed family transfers, the health department subdivision review process, and a potential county-sponsored rezoning in the Glenns area during its meeting last Thursday in the colonial courthouse.

Planning staff also presented zoning ordinance updates for supplemental use regulations for industrial and utility uses. Uses include contractor storage yards, dredge spoil sites, manufacturing, mining, seafood processing plants, mini warehouses, solar energy facilities and wind energy facilities.

According to staff documents, during last month’s joint meeting, the Gloucester Board of Supervisors requested that planners “develop an amendment to the Subdivision Ordinance that would remove at least some of the requirements that were adopted as part of the Family Transfer subdivision process in August of 2006.”

Discussion last Thursday involved comparing pre- and post-2006 family transfer regulations.

Some of the post-2006 regulations include requiring three y...

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