West Virginia state law requires each county in the state to enact a comprehensive plan. A comprehensive plan is not a law or an ordinance, but rather a series of suggestions as to how the county might better manage the future.
The Greenbrier County Planning Commission is completing a new comprehensive plan for the county. The planning commission expects to hold community meetings throughout the county in early May to accept comments and answer questions about the new plan. The dates, times and locations of these meetings will be announced when scheduling is complete.
A copy of the plan may be picked up after May 1 at the planning commission office on the lower level of the courthouse. Interested parties are urged to pick up a copy, as only a limited number of documents will be available at the community meetings. Citizens are urged to read the plan and attend the meeting in their community to better understand the proposal.