Tonight is your first look at the 2nd draft of the Calvert County 2040 Comprehensive Plan. It will be presented Wednesday, May 30, 2018, at 7 p.m. at Calvert Pines Senior Center, 450 West Dares Beach Road, Prince Frederick. This plan guides ALL development on public and private property in Calvert. It covers land use, transportation and traffic, how we protect environmental and natural resources, housing, economic vitality (taxes), if we have enough water resources in aquifers…
Let’s hope the Planning Commission take this 2nd draft and spend some time with it in detail. They should not be ready to forward this to public hearing with the BOCC yet. See the previous blog post from May 22, 2018 for further info.
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There are 5 Board of County Commissioners(BOCC) in Calvert County. All you need is 3 of the 5 to vote for something, and that’s it. Who is running?
Attend a candidate forum on Thursday evening May 31st, 2018 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Church St. in Prince Frederick. Meet and greet is 6:00-6:30pm and the forum begins at 6:30pm and runs until 9pm.
You can submit questions you would like the candidates to answer at this link: https://www.sustainablecalvertnetwork.info/
Attend Wednesday, May 30, 2018, at 7 p.m. at Calvert Pines Senior Center, 450 West Dares Beach Road, Prince Frederick to get the first look at the 2nd draft of the Calvert County 2040 Comprehensive Plan. Staff and the paid consultant will be presenting the second draft to the Planning Commission(PC) at this special work session.
How will the 2nd draft address Huntingtown retaining the current land use category “Minor Town Center” when it’s citizens (via written comment due 12/8/2017) overwhelmingly indicated they wanted the heart of Huntingtown to remain smaller and see less development, thus supported the village designation? Click here for the 2nd Draft document
Will Huntingtown get the same 1 mile radius around the town center with higher density housing? Does that mean the construction of townhouses and apartments or developer-funded water and sewer services? How many base dwelling units per acre will be in our 1 mile radius? How high can that go with purchase of transfer development rights(TDR)? Continue reading