Over a hundred people apply to be on AC44 working group
Albemarle County has begun the community engagement process for the Comprehensive Plan review, which is currently in the first of four phases.
“Behind the scenes, our project team has continued to gather data on existing conditions and recent trends in the county,” reads the first newsletter for what’s being called AC44. “This data is focused on the ways community members live, work, and travel in Albemarle County and how and where we may have room to grow within our existing Development Areas.”
The first phase is called Plan for Growth and is intended to review Albemarle’s Growth Management Policy, which are available for review on the AC44 website. A public survey on this will go live on April 29.
Over a hundred people have applied to be part of the working group that will oversee the work and staff are reviewing the applications.
Sign up for the newsletter on the Albemarle County website to get more information.
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