IMPORTANT: Community Input Session on Southern Development Area Master Plan
Many of you have asked what will happen to the county land near Monticello fire station now that the mini-dump is not going there. Here's the answer:
(The following is reprinted from the Albemarle County Newsletter)
July 24th 2014
5:30 - 6:30 pm: review exhibits and talk informally with staff
6:30 - 9:00 pm: community input session
Monticello High School Forum
County Supervisors Jane Dittmar (Scottsville), Liz Palmer (Samuel Miller), and County Staff
Albemarle County is updating our community's Comprehensive Plan, which guides decisions about land use, public projects like schools, parks, and libraries, transportation improvements and environmental and historic resource protection initiatives. The Comprehensive Plan update has been approved by the Planning Commission but is still under consideration by the Board of Supervisors. Work will be completed sometime in the late fall.
One important element being added to the Comprehensive Plan during this update is a master plan for the southern development area located in the Scottsville and Samuel Miller Districts of the County, which will reflect the desired future of these neighborhoods for many years to come. A copy of the draft master plan is posted on line - the current draft was developed following an extensive public process which included meetings between 2012 and 2013 and which provided residents with multiple opportunities to give input during the Planning Commission's deliberations.
On July 24th, attendees will get an overview of the draft Southern Development Area Master Plan and will provide feedback that will be shared with the Board of Supervisors as they continue considering their Comprehensive Plan update project.
For complete information on the meeting, including agenda, please click here.
For complete information on the Comprehensive Plan update, please visit the website.