Supervisors Invite Public Input on Transportation in Albemarle
ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) -
Future development in parts of Albemarle County is up for discussion Thursday night.
Two Albemarle supervisors want to hear from the public about two specific areas in the county. Jane Dittmar and Liz Palmer want to hear from you about plans for the southern neighborhoods, Scottsville and the Samuel Miller District before they approve the county's comprehensive plan.
The comprehensive plan will guide decisions like schools, parks and even historic protection but the focus Thursday night will be on transportation and land use. You'll get a chance to look over the plans and then you can share your thoughts.
“I think we're looking for how they want the land used and maybe what their dreams are and maybe any concerns they might have about how the land might be used in a way that might not continue to build community for them,” Dittmar said.
Thursday night's feedback will be shared the next time supervisors get together to continue work on the comprehensive plan.
The meeting runs until 9 p.m. at Monticello High School.
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