Citizens who make up the Transition Area Alliance have presented a white paper to the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors to support their position that this planning area should remain a buffer between the suburban east and rural west, as the Comprehensive Plan revision process advances.
- The Transition Area Alliance advocates for:
Maintaining the existing Transition Policy Area and current densities and open space;
- Using a watershed protection strategy that includes PDRs,development and conservation easements and county land purchases to preserve land in perpetuity; and
- Using land assets to promote and support agribusiness, ecotourism, eco-recreation, and historic and cultural resources.
Read the entire paper here. TAA White Paper 9.8.17