The Moore County Land Use Steering Committee held its January meeting at the Senior Enrichment Center on US Hwy. 15-501 beginning at 6:00 P.M. First on the Agenda, mayors or their representatives from the Moore County towns addressed the Steering Committee on questions pertaining to the relevancy and impact of the Moore County Land Use Plan on their municipalities. The Committee heard from Steve Durham, Mayor Pro Tem of Foxfire Village; Nancy Fiorillo, Mayor of Village of Pinehurst; David McNeill, Mayor of Town of Southern Pines; Betsy Mofield, Mayor of Aberdeen; Jerry Williams, Mayor Pro Tem of Pinebluff; Lonnie English, Mayor of Robbins; and Bob Zschoche, Mayor of Town of Whispering Pines.

Next, the Committee heard from Ed Dennison, Chairmand of the Moore County Board of Education, and from Aaron Spence, Superintendent of Public Schools of Moore County. These addressed issues pertaining to school property, school growth and replacement, and demographics.

Finally, Committee Chairman, Robert Hayter, and Moore County Planner, Jeremy Rust, addressed items of business for the Committee, including charges for the Committee to accomplish at the February meeting.

The agenda for the January 28 meeting may be found at: weebly-

The slides from the Nov. 26 meeting of the Committee's Oct., 2012, charettes planning session may be found at:

The summary presentation of the Committee's charettes planning session may be found at: weebly-

The current draft of the Land Use Plan may be found at:

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