MEETING NOTES + SURVEY RESULTS
Historical meeting information is provided in reverse chronological order.
For meetings held since Sept 8, 2017, PLEASE SEE THE PROJECT SCHEDULE PAGE FOR INFORMATION AND LINKS TO AGENDAS, MATERIALS DISCUSSED, ETC. This page will not be further updated for the sake for efficiency.
Board of Supervisors Work Session : Review of Future Land Use Development Guidelines (FLUDG)
September 8, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. to noon
Comprehensive Planning Committee Meeting: Discuss Future Land Use Development Guidelines and Draft Review
August 31, 2017 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Draft 60% Comprehensive Plan
Draft Future Land Use Development Guidelines (FLUDG) (Date 9.13.2017)
Comprehensive Planning Committee Meeting: Discussed Future Land Use Map and Development Matrix guidelines
July 27, 2017
To see the map materials that were reviewed, please see the maps page of this website. Based on the input, several maps were to be created and presented to the Board of Supervisors for their discussion on Sept. 5. The matrix concept also was discussed at the July 27th meeting, and a preliminary draft was distributed. Changes were made to that draft based on some comments made at the meeting. The subsequent matrix draft will be discussed at the committee's August 31st meeting. Please see the project schedule for a link to the matrix under the August 31 meeting information. Approximately 25 members of the public attended the July 27th meeting. During the public open comment time, several members of the public spoke in favor of concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs).
Below is the latest draft of the Future Land Use Development Matrix (dated 8.02.2017) which will be further discussed at the August 31, 2017 Comprehensive Planning Committee Meeting.
Comprehensive Planning Committee: Public Meeting
June 15, 2017
Agenda + Committee Notes
For the Comprehensive Planning Committee edits, text with a strikethrough was text the committee recommended be removed. Underlined text was recommended narrative to be added to the Implementation Plan.