After several years, multiple versions and many public comments, the Page County solar ordinance is approved!
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This will likely be the only opportunity to comment on this current, and hopefully final, version of an ordinance.
It’s important that community members stop by one of these meetings to ensure the vision for Front Royal’s future is accurately captured in the draft plan documents.
A big thanks to all who spoke and submitted comments for the March 8 public hearing for the Cape Solar project north of Luray.
Please attend the public hearing on Tuesday, March 8 and express support for the planning commission’s suggested conditions.
Conversations at the tables of Page County decision makers have taken a turn for the good when it comes to consideration of utility-scale solar.
But we still need to continue to encourage supervisors to adopt a strong solar ordinance before the June deadline!
It is important that community members are involved early and often in the creation of the plan so growth and development decisions align with the community’s vision.
Here is what has happened since supervisors made motions allowing solar developments to move forward with no solar ordinance in place.
For some unknown reason Page County supervisors decided to move solar projects forward without an ordinance in place, breaking promises made to their constituents.
July 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm