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Nelson County has received three offers from interested companies for a major update to the county’s comprehensive plan, a guide to future growth, development and land use, and subsequent revisions to zoning and land ordinances. county subdivision.

Dylan Bishop, director of planning and zoning, said a committee would deal with interviewing and selecting a company after the Thanksgiving holiday. The committee will make a recommendation on a selection to the Nelson County Board of Supervisors, which is expected to award a contract at its Dec. 14 meeting, Bishop said.

“By January, after the holidays, we should have a kickoff meeting with this consultant, whoever is selected,” Bishop said.

The committee includes Bishop, County Administrator Steve Carter, two members of the Nelson County Planning Commission, Ernie Reed and Philippa Proulx, and David Parr, of the Nelson County Board of Supervisors. Reed is also chairman of the supervisory board.

Bishop said the lowest bid is around $ 60,000 over a one-year period and the others are around $ 160,000 over two to three years.

The selected team of consultants will have significant experience in successfully engaging the public in plan development and ordinance updates and will be able to translate the vision and identified goals into actionable strategies, depending on the county.


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