The next community planning meeting will be from 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Walthourville Police Station, the Liberty Consolidated Planning Commission announced.
Residents can offer input for the county’s next comprehensive plan.
This will be the seventh of 12 monthly planning meetings, held until all parts of the county are reached.
The meetings review recent developments in the area and receive public input on future decisions about land use, zoning and transportation. Information received help shape the 2040 Liberty County Comprehensive Plan, which is development guide used by city and county officials to decide land-use questions, as well as transportation and infrastructure investments.
The planning commission’s staff met with Walthourville residents and elected officials on March 30 to present the current land-use map and environmental constraints. Eight changes were identified, and a proposed land-use map has been developed.
The map will be presented for final review Tuesday. Then the map will be presented to the planning commission May 19 and forwarded to the appropriate governing authority. The meeting is open to the public, and participation is encouraged.
For more information, call Melissa Jones at 408-2038 or email email@example.com.