|On April 10, the Lovettsville Town Council announced it had selected a new design for the Lovettsville Community Center. Rendering Courtesy/Town of Lovettsville |
At a well-attended meeting April 10, the Town Council announced it had selected a new design, one of three options, for the new Lovettsville Community Center. This decision also supported the Loudoun County Department of Planning’s recommendation, which noted the chosen design is “unique enough to serve as both an anchor and the gateway needed at this historic crossroads.”
Mayor Bob Zoldos, in his weekly newsletter, added “The Town Council and I really enjoyed the Historic Preservation Planners’ take on the new building options and agreed with many of you who emailed us and moved to support option #2.” The mayor said the town will forward their decision to Loudoun Supervisor Geary Higgins to move the process forward.
This is hardly the end of the story for the new community center, however. In what promises to be a well-attended, and potentially raucous meeting, the Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on April 23 at 7:30 p.m. to discuss awarding a Conditional Use Permit necessary to tear down the old building and begin construction on the new center, anticipated to begin in 2016.
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