Granby’s Plan of Conservation and Development Subcommittee will hold a Public Session on the latest draft of the plan on April 21, at 7 p.m., in the Granby Town Hall Meeting Room.
A Plan of Conservation and Development is required by Section 8-23 of the General Statutes of Connecticut. The subcommittee has been working on the plan for the past two years and it is nearing completion of a final draft. Prior to making the final changes to the plan, the subcommittee would like to hear the public’s thoughts, ideas and recommendations on the work that has been done to date. The subcommittee is also interested in hearing comments on all aspects of the town, past, present and future.
The Draft Plan of Conservation and Development can be found on the Town of Granby Web page under Public Documents.
If you would like a copy emailed to you as a word document, please make the request to email@example.com.
The final adoption of the plan by the Planning and Zoning Commission will happen after at least one public hearing; referral to the Board of Selectmen (who may hold a public hearing); referral to the Regional Council of Governments (CRCOG); posting of the plan on the town website prior to public hearing; filing with the Town Clerk prior to public hearing and advertising the public hearing in a local newspaper.