Options on what to do with former Page Middle School site on Route 17 were on the table during the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors’ Feb. 21 meeting.
At that meeting, supervisors heard a report from the Urban Land Institute of Virginia following a study it conducted on the site.
The ULI is a nonprofit organization that provides member-based research to educate localities on the potential of available land. ULI performed a technical assistance panel, or TAP, report on the old Page site to provide a list of possible development paths for the land.
ULI Virginia executive director Jane Milici said her organization performs a TAP report to provide possibilities and ideas to help a county move forward in the decision-making process. She said ULI doesn’t provide solutions; rather, it helps get conversations started so that members of the community can come together and decide for themselves.
In the report, ULI Virginia District Council Chair Sal Musarra went over the advant...
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