HILLSVILLE — Don't change the whole subdivision ordinance at once, several speakers told the Carroll supervisors at a public hearing last Monday.
Allen Caudill encouraged the supervisors to avoid a wholesale revision of the subdivision ordinance, meant to guide future residential development.
He'd rather see the county officials identify the problems with the existing ordinance and fix them one at a time.
Several other speakers agreed with that assessment during the 80-minute meeting.
The subdivision ordinance proposal contains language that would: