A citizen who followed the county's work on the law says supervisors went too easy on developers.
Tuesday, August 4, 2009 at 12:00 am
HILLSVILLE — The majority of the Carroll County Board of Supervisors caved to pressure from developers when they approved a subdivision ordinance with relaxed restrictions in June, a citizen said at the county board’s July meeting.
Janet Tate, who criticized the supervisors during citizens’ time at the July 13 meeting, closely followed the county’s process of updating the ordinance for several years.
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