Hanover County planners last night held the fourth and final community meeting this summer on revising its five-year comprehensive plan involving key aspects of the county’s future.
Hanover is mostly rural, with tightly controlled pockets of population growth and services, that some say isn’t working.
“The infrastructure is not here."
“the massive amount of projects they want to put in one specific area and not spread it out all over the county."
“They need roads before they build all these houses.
Plans are revisited every five years dealing with growth, land use, transportation, utilities, the environment, economic development and much more with many opportunities for public input and Planning Director David Maloney says, "it does make a difference, Absolutely it does, yes”
The Planning Commission will hold its first work session what the public meetings have revealed next Thursday.