AGENDA

Leon Inman, Chairman

Jimmy Walker, Vice-Chairman

Ron Carroll, Member

Ernest Lankford, Member

Stanley Smith, Member

 

Regular Meeting Board of Commissioners

Planning & Community Development

 

April 1, 2008

 

Danbury, NC

 

 

INVOCATION 7:00 pm

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

I. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 7:05 pm

Chairman Leon Inman

 

II. PUBLIC HEARING/COMPREHENSIVE TRANSPORTATION PLAN 7:10 pm

Chairman Leon Inman

 

1. Stokes County Comprehensive Transportation Plan Attachment A

(Presentation by NCDOT and NWPCOG)

 

 

III. PUBLIC COMMENTS 7:35 pm

Chairman Leon Inman

 

IV. ACTION AGENDA 8:05 pm

Chairman Leon Inman

 

1. Stokes County Comprehensive Transportation Plan Attachment A

(Presentation by NCDOT and NWPCOG)

 

Wayne Davis NCDOT

Andy Bailey NCDOT

Marc Allred - NWPCOG

 

 

V. DISCUSSION AGENDA 8:35 pm

Chairman Leon Inman

 

 

Anyone with disability (ies) who needs an accommodation to participate in this meeting is requested to inform us 48 hours prior to the scheduled time of the affected group meeting.

 

Attachments may be delivered before or at the time of the meeting

 

Times may vary due to times preset for agenda items

 


STOKES COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE TRANSPORTATION PLAN

 

The Stokes County Planning Board held a public meeting on Thursday, March27, 2008 to review and make a recommendation to the County Commissioners concerning the Stokes County Comprehensive Transportation Plan. The Planning Board by a vote of 7 to 0 recommended approval of the plan and maps. The Town of Danbury held a public hearing on February 27, 2008 at which time they approved a resolution of support for the proposed plan and maps. The Town of Walnut Cove held their public hearing on March 4, 2008 in which they also approved a resolution for support of the plan and maps.

 

The Board of Commissioners will view a presentation of the plan from the North Carolina Department of Transportation and the Northwest Piedmont Council of Government. The Board will review transportation maps and written recommendations concerning the plan. An approved comprehensive transportation plan will allow the county the ability to compete evenly with other counties in our district and the state for available transportation dollars.