Shenandoah County wants your input on what this county should look like in 20 years
The Shenandoah County Comprehensive Plan is up for revision, and just like the Town asked for feedback on its Comprehensive Plan, the County wants feedback from residents, especially in how the County cooperates and operates with the Town of Toms Brook.
In order to reach all parts of the county, there is a citizens’ advisory board. The representative for this area is Rochelle Dornatt of Toms Brook.
The County formed a committee called the Citizens Advisory Committee on the Comprehensive Plan, chartered by the Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors in January of 2006 with its mission being to review the Shenandoah County Comprehensive Plan and propose updates and revisions to the plan as needed. The committee functions as a volunteer subcommittee under the Shenandoah County Planning Commission.
The CAC will hold community meetings throughout the county to educate the public about the existing comp plan and then to gather input from residents about what they'd like the county to be in 20 years. Right now, the first of these meetings is tentatively planned for Toms Brook on September 30th at the fire hall.
Let the county hear from you. Participate in the county’s comprehensive plan process.
The Toms Brook Town Council will hold a public hearing on the proposed 2022-2023 budget.
A copy of the peoposed budget is linked here: TOWN BUDGET
A copy can be requested from the town office on Friday between noon and 4 p.m. The town office is located in the Toms Brook Volunteer Fire Department at 3342 South Main Street, Toms Brook.
The budget does not include any tax increases or changes.
For those unable to attend, comments on the proposed budget can be emailed to Mayor Lisa Currie at firstname.lastname@example.org or sent by US Mail to PO Box 90, Toms Brook, 22660.
Post marked comments should be received by May 10th.
All comments should include name and physical address and be limited to two minutes. All comments will be read or heard during the meeting.
The public hearing - 7 p.m. on May 12 - is held at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church 3343 South Main Street, Toms Brook. The meeting is held in the fellowship hall at the rear of the church.