Marshall real estate investor Tom McMillan likes the proposal “it would keep local control over what happens” in the village, says Jim Downey, his attorney.
As a property owner, I do not want an appointed, non-elected group of people interpreting the guidelines and code to make decisions about what I can and cannot do with my building.
— Doris Elam
• Topic: Proposed “Marshall Code,” a major overhaul of the village’s zoning.
• When: 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 14.
• Agency: Fauquier County Board of Supervisors.
• Where: Warren Green Building, 10 Hotel St., Warrenton.
• Speakers: 21.
• Length: About 60 minutes.
• Details: Proposed 31-page code would create new zoning regulations to more effectively implement county’s long-range vision of Marshall as a diverse, thriving village. In July, Fauquier’s planning commission unanimously recommended approval of the code.
• Next: Staff will make various changes to the document, which the supervisors Oct. 12 will consider adopting.
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