Whats the difference between white, green, and yellow areas on the Greene County Land Use Plan map?
The white, green, and yellow areas correspond to details outlined in the proposed Land Use Plan. The following provides a description of these areas: In the white areas, agriculture area, lack of municipal water and sewer is likely to impact zoning and subdivision plat development in a manner that would allow property to remain in large lots for agriculture or open space. Property in the white area may still be divided as A-1, using an Administrative Subdivision or a Conservation Development District. Tracts could be recommended for rezoning to rural residential, if factors specific to that property indicate that such a rezoning would be appropriate. The green areas, rural residential area, are where most of the county’s 3- and 5-acre lots are currently located. It seems logical in these areas to continue that style of residential use and zoning requests would be processed accordingly. Also, conservation developments may be encouraged, if the soils are adequate. Because municipal water