The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors has a hefty agenda for its regular meeting Tuesday night, which will begin at 7 o’clock in the colonial courthouse. A number of issues will be before the board, including a closed meeting to discuss the potential acquisition and/or disposition of real property and the siting of a prospective business or industry.
Other matters up for discussion Tuesday night include an update on the operations at the Middle Peninsula Landfill and Recycling Facility and convenience centers, an update on Gloucester’s Community Rating System relating to flood insurance, and a review of revised Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act documents for consideration by the state Department of Environmental Quality.
The board also has several public hearings scheduled, which will begin at 7:30.
One public hearing will be an ordinance to consider amending county code dealing with planned unit development districts. The intent of the changes is to ...
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