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Strategic Planning Retreat

The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors spent nearly two days last week at the Daffodil Gardens community room discussing what elements describe the quality of life they hope to see in Gloucester in the future. All of the ideas are being condensed into a document to be discussed at the board’s next meeting, which will be held Tuesday night in the colonial courthouse. Once the document is approved by the board, it will be sent to county staff, which will develop ways each department can contribute to implementing the plan. Shown, from left, attending the strategic planning retreat, are Gloucester county administrator Brenda Garton, Abingdon district supervisor JJ Orth, Gloucester Point district supervisor Chris Hutson, Ware district supervisor Andy James and at-large supervisors Ashley Chriscoe and John Meyer Jr. Not pictured, but attending the meeting, were York district supervisor Phillip Bazzani and Petsworth district supervisor Michael Winebarger. ...

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