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York County Schedules Two Public Meetings To Discuss Updates To Comprehensive Plan

YORK-York County is seeking public input as it plans to update its Comprehensive Plan.

Two meetings are scheduled to allow residents to express their opinions on future land use and development in York. Meetings will be held from 7pm to 9pm on Wednesday, September 1 at Bruton High School, 185 East Rochambeau Drive, and on Wednesday, September 15 at Tabb Library, 100 Long Green Boulevard.

Both meetings will begin with a presentation on the Comprehensive Plan and will include time for residents to speak one-on-one with members of the Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee about their ideas, questions, and concerns regarding any changes to land use and development.

York County’s current Comprehensive Plan was adopted in 2013. Residents unable to attend either meeting but still want to offer input can call 757-890-3282 or email planning@yorkcounty.gov. For additional information about the Comprehensive Plan review, visit www.York2040.com or call Tim Cross, Deputy Director of Planning Services, at 757-890-3404.

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