Recognizing there will always be another project to finish, Diana Stultz, Rockingham County’s zoning administrator for the past 39 years, has decided it is time to go.
The below is an article originally published in the Waynesboro The News Virginian (found here) by the Alliance’s Augusta County...
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Meet the comp plan—the superhero of the planning world. And, just as superheroes have to have their sidekicks, the comp plan alone can’t get the job done. Communities need several tools in their planning “toolbox” to carry out the plan’s vision.
Now bikes and buggies can travel in a designated lane all the way to Garbers Church Road. Though it may appear so, these lanes didn’t just happen.
Before the zoning update (left), the county could have seen a loss of more than a quarter of prime farmland to housing and the addition of up to 40,000 new lots in the next 40 years.
This new tool stands to help localities understand how current trends and pressures in land-use will affect communities and natural resources now and in the future.
You can comment on both the Budget and the CIP from this page until the April 22 deadline. Realizing the budget and plan may change quite a bit over the next few months, it is still important to have all our thoughts on the table.
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