Several public hearings will be held at Tuesday’s meeting of the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors, as well as discussion of an ordinance to limit the county’s Aberdeen Creek Wharf to commercial use only. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in the colonial courthouse.
Public hearings will be held to consider amendments to the county’s Wetlands Zoning and Coastal Primary Sand Dune ordinances primarily to adjust to changes in state law, as well as a hearing to receive input on the county administrator’s proposed FY 2025-2029 Capital Improvement Plan.
Public notice was also made concerning the planned change to the use of Aberdeen Creek Wharf. The wharf’s dilapidated pier recently underwent a major renovation. The facility is heavily used by commercial fishermen, and the ordinance is being considered for safety reasons and to avoid conflict between commercial and recreational vessels.
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