At its Jan. 8 workshop, the Holly Springs Town Council selected citizen advisory committee members for Re:Vision Holly Springs, the update to the town's Future Land Use and Community Character Plan.
Committee members will provide feedback and encourage others to take part in the initiative to begin updating the Comprehensive Plan that serves as a policy guide on future land use; transportation; parks, recreation and open space; community character and more.
The council appointed Daniel Beavers, Rev. LaVerne Coffield, Dawn Joseph, Devon Kearney, Robert King, Sean Mayefskie, Jeremy Medlin, Jeff Staub and Baxter Walker to the committee. Representatives from the Planning Board; Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee; and Duke Energy, the largest landowner in the town’s planning area, also will serve on the committee.
Also at the workshop, the council discussed:
- strategic priorities and a vision statement that will provide focus and direction for the town.
- the proposed agenda for its retreat meeting to be held at the Washington Duke Inn Feb. 8-9.
- ongoing work to stabilize the Norris-Holland-Hare House.