In May, the Board of Supervisors directed staff to study adding up to 233 acres of land into the development area because a potential business (Deschutes Brewery) said they might want to locate there. On Wednesday, the board unanimously voted to adjust the county’s growth area boundary to include just over 51 acres of new land, which is well short of the acreage preferred by the landowner.

We would like to know your thoughts: Do you agree with the unanimous decision by the Albemarle Board of Supervisors to adjust the growth area boundary at a potential brewery site? 

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