BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - New subdivision regulations were not approved Tuesday night by the Morgan County Commission.
The regulations will be discussed and could be voted on at the Oct. 17 commission meeting, Commission President Glen R. Stotler said.
About 25 people attended the public hearing and voiced their opinions about the draft subdivision regulations that were approved by the county planning commission.
Most sections were accepted at the hearing, some needed further review and some alternative language was suggested for better clarification.
The language on proffers and time limits for developers will need additional legal review, Stotler said.
Voluntary proffers were added to the subdivision ordinance, and Fred Blackmer, director of government affairs of the Eastern Panhandle Home Builders Association, did not like the language.