On Tuesday, Jan. 18, about 20 Mathews citizens attended a joint meeting of the Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission in support of a NO vote on adoption of the Comprehensive Plan.
No public input was allowed at the meeting, as O.J. Cole presented a concise timeline of meetings, workshops and opportunities for input over almost four years of the plan’s development. The Comprehensive Plan, all 225 pages plus beautiful maps, represents obviously an enormous amount of work and dedication by its developers. It does the "Pearl of the Chesapeake" honor.
Yes, these were Johnny-Come-Latelies. We are here. And our presence and activism stems from a national political sea change since Barack Obama’s election: the electrifying emergence of a conservative grassroots movement in response to the fact, not because there was a black man in the White House, but because citizens perceived that individual liberty was threatened by a leftist Adm...
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