Women Voters to hear from administrator on land use

September 17th, 2009    Author: Staff Report    Filed Under: Community

Join the Clermont League of Women Voters for a meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 22 at Union Township Civic Center to take a look at our county wide land use planning.

The meeting is free and open to the public.

Dave Spinney, Clermont County Administrator, will present a program on how Clermont County is managing its land use, important issues identified in the process, and policy recommendations to guide future land use.

Spinney has been with Clermont County since 1994, beginning as Director of Planning and Development, before moving into the position of Assistant County Administrator, Interim County Administrator and then County Administrator.

Essentially, land use planning is the art of matching different users of the land to the supply of land, that is the attainment of congruence between user needs and land supply by the proper siting and sizing of land uses. Land use affects agriculture, community facilities, economic development, environment, housing, recreation, transportation and utilities.

If you would enjoy this unique opportunity to learn more about the community, meet others with similar interests, and to possibly join the League's Land Use Study Committee, plan to attend.

To make a reservation, visit the website at www.lwvclermont.com, call (513) 831-2997, or e-mail mkleinfelter@cinci.rr.com.
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