The Gloucester Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission discussed the potential rezoning of properties around the county’s Glenns intersection, supplemental regulations and whether a public hearing should be required to determine comprehensive plan consistency for public utilities when the two boards met at a joint work session last Thursday at the T.C. Walker Education Center.
Supervisors and planners spread out in the building’s cafeteria to provide sufficient social distancing while they discussed the land use issues.
The county board was supportive of the rezoning at Glenns which would rezone the properties zoned B-4 (B-R, Rural Business) at the intersection of Route 17 and Route 33/Glenns Road (Route 198) to the B-1 (B-G, General Business) district. Next steps involve staff contacting property owners to gauge their interest in the rezoning, as well as contacting other agencies and departments to determine what would be the impacts of the rezoning, such as transportation...
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