The POCD: Revising Monroe's Blueprint
What kinds of commercial development does Monroe want to see on Main Street? Should zoning regulations encourage agriculture? What standards should be followed for accessory apartments? The Plan of Conservation & Development is the blueprint town land use boards follow to shape Monroe's Future.
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#1 Feb 3, 2012
It seems some in P&Z want to plan on all seniors either moving or passing away?
Commissioner Cathleen Lindstrom cited a statistic from Connecticut Housing, a non-profit group, showing that about one-third of Monroe's population is age 60 and older. If new U.S. Census numbers echo that, Lindstrom noted it could mean big changes in town.
"Almost one-third of our population may be moving and younger families may be moving in," she said.
That could mean more demand for accessory apartments and greater impacts on the school system.
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