One sign that the economy may be improving is that “we are starting to see more site plans,” planning director Anne Ducey-Ortiz reported to the Gloucester County Planning Commission last Thursday night.
During a meeting in the colonial courthouse, Ducey-Ortiz said that her office had seen only a few rezoning requests during the past couple of years and now two public hearings on rezoning applications will be scheduled for the commission’s Sept. 6 meeting.
One request is to construct a four-unit apartment building on Belroi Road, Ducey-Ortiz said, while the other is to construct an urgent care medical facility on Route 17 south of Short Lane.
Commissioner Michael Winebarger asked how much property is zoned multi-family in Gloucester. There’s basically no undeveloped MF-1 zoned property at present, Ducey-Ortiz replied.
As for the urgent care facility, she said that if that use does not materialize, then the site—...
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