Cecil County Government: Appointment of Comprehensive Plan Review Committee Members
Comprehensive Plan Review Committee Members Appointed
Elkton, MD: County Director Danielle Hornberger is pleased to announce the appointment of the Comprehensive Plan Review Committee members. The committee will review the overall 2010 plan, assess its implementation since its adoption and, if necessary, recommend changes or updates to the county executive. They will be assisted by the Department of Land Use Planning and Development (DLUDS), the Department of Public Works (DPW) and other staff of the Cecil County government, such as the GIS coordinator.
“This diverse group of volunteers will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the committee, and I thank them for their willingness to serve Cecil County as they accomplish this important task,” said County Director Danielle Hornberger.
The people selected for the committee are:
- Tanya beresh
- Chris Brown
- Jennifer callaghan
- Amy Di Pietro
- Sandra edwards
- Charles Hicks
- Vincent sammon
- Clay scraps
- Perry willis
The Comprehensive County Plan serves as a policy guide and framework for growth, development and preservation in County Cecil. It examines land use, water resources, transport, public amenities, economic development, housing, environment and natural resources. The 2010 Global Plan runs to 2030 and, in accordance with State law, must be reviewed every ten years.
All amendments to the comprehensive plan must be introduced by the county executive, reviewed by the planning commission and approved by the county council.
The committee will meet throughout fall 2021 and its members are expected to provide a report of their recommendations to the county executive by December 2021.
For media inquiries, please contact Kevin Alkinburg at [email protected] or 410-996-8454.
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