Sumner County has commissioned a plan to serve as a blueprint for the future growth and development for the Long Hollow Area. The plan will serve as an update to the 2010 Comprehensive Plan for this specific area. It will also serve as the basis for future revised zoning and development regulations for this area.
Overview of the Planning Charrette
A charrette is an intensive multi-day planning process to generate key planning concepts in a manner that engages the public in a hands-on manner. The charrette for this project will occur on Monday, August 29th through Thursday, September 1st at Long Hollow Baptist Church, 3031 Long Hollow Pike, Hendersonville, TN 37075. The schedule is as follows:
1) Public Workshop – This event will occur on August 29th starting at 6:00 PM and will last roughly 2 hours. It will include a brief presentation by the Consultant Team of their findings for the background portion of the plan, followed by an exercise in which the public participants will break up into teams and create their own concept plans. At the end of the workshop the public participant teams will each present their concept plans and the Consultants will conclude by identifying common elements among the plans.
2) Concept Plan Presentation Meeting – This meeting will occur at 6:00 PM on Thurs. Sept. 1st and entail a presentation of the Concept Plan that will be produced by the Consultants over the course of the 4-day charrette. There will be plenty of time after the presentation for dialogue with the public to get their input for potential revisions.
For further information, please contact:
Rodney Joyner – Director of Planning & Stormwater
Sumner County Planning & Stormwater Dept.
355 N. Belvedere Drive, Room 202
Gallatin, TN 37066
Posted on: 18 Aug, 2016