by Jackie Nunnery
IRVINGTON—The Irvington Planning Commission on October 24 conducted the first reading and public hearing on a resolution proposing amendments to the town’s comprehensive plan.
Town clerk and treasurer Sharon Phillips presented the resolution at the special meeting. There were no public comments related to the proposed amendments.
The planning commission and town council will hold a joint public hearing on the plan at 6 p.m. Wednesday, November 6, in the Town Hall, 235 Steamboat Road, Irvington. Following the hearing and second reading, the commission may recommend the resolution to town council.
On November 14, the town council will conduct its first reading of the resolution; a second reading and possible adoption could take place at a special council meeting on November 21.
Changes to the comprehensive plan include updates to the town’s vision statement, removal of language related to planned unit developments and the implementation plan. The revised mission statement is…