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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING - COUNTY COMMISSION OF JEFFERSON COUNTY

The Jefferson County Planning Commission will accept public comments on the Steering Commitee's recommended DRAFT Envision Jefferson 2035 Comprehensive Plan on or before 5:00 PM, Monday, July 28, 2014. [click here to view the DRAFT Envision Jefferson 2035 Comprehensive Plan]

Written comments may be submitted to the Departments of Planning and Zoning:

Email: planningdepartment@jeffersoncountywv.org

Mail: P.O. Box 338, Charles Town, WV 25414

Fax: 304-728-8126

[click here to view a brochure on Understanding the Future Land Use Map]

Click Here to read the Envision Jefferson 2035 Next Steps Press Release

 

 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: JEFFERSON COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION

August 12, 2014 at 7:00 PM in the Old Charles Town Library Meeting Room

The Jefferson County Planning Commission has scheduled a Public Hearing on the proposed text amendment to the Zoning and Land Development Ordinance related to Mass Events (File #ZTA 14-02). The amendment includes deleting the term “Seasonal Use” from Section 2.2; adding the definition of “Mass Event” to Section 2.2; deleting Section 9.8 “Seasonal Use”; and creating the new Section 8.16 “Mass Event Regulations” which includes details on the Public Hearing process before the Board of Zoning Appeals and the submittal of a Concept Plan, which is administratively approved.

Oral or written comments can be provided at the hearing, 7:00 PM Tuesday, August 12, 2014, in the Charles Town Library meeting room at 200 E. Washington St., at the side entrance on Samuel St. You may also provide written comments to zoning@jeffersoncountywv.org or to PO Box 338, Charles Town, WV 25414, or fax to 304-728-8126.

Copies of the proposed text amendment are available at the Departments of Planning and Zoning office located at 116 E. Washington St. in Charles Town and on the County’s website at: www.jeffersoncountywv.org.

If you have any questions, please call the Departments of Planning & Zoning at 304-728-3228.

By Order of the Jefferson County Planning Commission

Steve Stolipher, President