The Mathews County Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission held a joint public hearing Tuesday night in the historic courthouse to discuss the rezoning of 897 South Bay Haven Drive on Gwynn’s Island, which is county-owned property.
After supervisors adjourned, planners unanimously voted to recommend rezoning the property from Residential-1 to Conservation. If approved by the board of supervisors, the property could be used for public water access which aligns with the Comprehensive Plan.
The planning commission also voted to change its monthly meetings from the third Tuesday to the second Tuesday of the month, beginning in September.
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