Valley Stream, New York 2021-05-18 23:04:31 –
Greenville, South Carolina (WSPA) – The Greenville County Council is discussing new subdivision rules and whether the county’s land development rules need to be amended or abolished.
The Tuesday night hearing generated a lot of feedback from community members who claimed that without Article 3.1, they would not be able to stand to prevent urban sprawl.
Article 3.1 regulates where developers can build new neighborhoods, taking into account the requirements of nearby roads, the types of nearby developments, and the impact of developments on the surrounding environment.
Andrea Cooper, executive director of Upstate Forever, said he has been involved in issues related to Section 3.1 for years.
She said various restrictions could adversely affect landowners, but lack of restrictions would adversely affect neighbors.
“Greenville County is growing and supporting efforts to expand affordable workforce housing,” Cooper said. “At the same time, we support efforts to reduce sprawl, protect farmland and water quality, and improve the habitability of future generations.”
She said this can be done in places that are already urbanized.
Cooper A few Anyone who has stated how to restructure the guidelines.
“I and others are here today and begging you not to abolish 3.1,” said Heather Collins, a worried citizen. “Instead, fix it with a defined and consistent solution for today’s population and density growth.”
County Assembly member Joe Dill oversaw the hearing on Tuesday night as chairman of Parliament’s Planning and Development Committee.
He said he was in favor of tightening Article 3.1 because it was an effort to control growth.
“Our goal is to try to get something back that works for the whole community and doesn’t hurt anyone, but works together to help everyone.”
Councilor Dill said the council will accept Tuesday night’s recommendations from the community to consider and incorporate the next meeting scheduled for June 1.
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