The goal of the Pollinator Pathway is establishing pollinator-friendly habitats and food sources for bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and other pollinating insects and wildlife. With the reported decline in these important pollinator species, it is more important than ever to rethink our landscape management behaviors to benefit these critical organisms that pollinate our back-yard vegetable gardens and fruit trees.
The Development Review Checklist is used to review subdivision and special permit applications for compatibility with the Town of Woodstock A Plan of Open Space and Conservation (APOSC) and the 2002 Plan of Conservation and Development Update. Chapter IV of the Town of Woodstock Subdivision Regulations and Article IV of the Town of Woodstock Zoning Regulations requires that the applicant complete this Checklist and submit it to the Planning & Zoning Commission with a subdivision or special permit application.
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