The Gloucester Planning Commission will hold two separate public hearings on proposed amendments to the county’s family transfers ordinance and platting requirements for subdivisions at 7 o’clock tonight in the T.C. Walker Educational Center Auditorium.
According to the commission’s notice of public hearing for the family transfers ordinance amendment, proposed changes include “a new (code) section that reduces or eliminates the previously-required holding periods, allows family transfers in major subdivisions, adds nieces and nephews to the definition of immediate family members, and permits LLCs and other corporate entities to transfer property to qualifying family members of the owners.” The second hearing will focus on language changes to the county’s platting requirements in the subdivision ordinance.
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