The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors has a lengthy agenda scheduled for its meeting Tuesday night in the colonial courthouse, as several items were postponed to that meeting due to inclement weather. The regular meeting will begin at 7 o’clock and three public hearings are scheduled to begin at 8.
There will be an opportunity Tuesday night for citizens to comment on the board’s proposed 20-year strategic plan, which includes a second crossing over the York River, universal broadband internet access, and more. This public hearing was originally scheduled to take place last week, but was postponed because of snow.
Another public hearing Tuesday night will take place upon a request on behalf of Zandler Coleman’s Crossing, LLC, to amend Gloucester’s zoning map to reclassify 3.95 acres zoned business (conditional) and 13.89 acres zoned medium density multi-family residential (conditional) to 3.79 acres zoned village business (conditional) and 14.05 acres zone...
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