The Gloucester Planning Commission will meet at 7 o’clock tonight, Thursday, Sept. 1, in the colonial courthouse to review legislative actions taken by the General Assembly that will impact the work of Planning and Zoning staff as well as the Planning Commission.
Relevant bills being reviewed include topics on energy efficiency; environment and water resources; building codes; housing; elections and redistricting; eminent domain; Freedom of Information Act; local authority; local revenue; state revenue; land conservation; land use and growth management; funding of roads; pedestrian safety, walkability and bicycling safety; and transit policy.
Staff, along with the help of planner Kenny Richardson and Board of Supervisors member Chris Hutson, will provide a summary of the findings from the multimodal transportation study, which focuses on safe places to walk, bike and access transit throughout the county.Also at the meeting, staff will review the zoning ordinance ...
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