Now that properties within Cutalong are back on the market, interest is building in the new facilities, especially building lots, the golf course and significant waterfront facilities on Contrary Creek. An on-site sales office is now open.
LACA’s interest in the project started in 2006-2008 during the initial planning stages. During that time, we worked with the developer, Louisa County officials and DEQ specifically on the water supply plan (VWP) and the dredging plan for Contrary Creek. Water for the golf course can be withdrawn only during normal lake elevations but can be stored in holding ponds. Withdrawals could not occur during Energy Conservation mode of Unit 3 nuclear plant (since abandoned). The dredging plan had several LACA concerns (dry dredging), most of which were adopted. Most site plans were granted by Louisa County.
Work on the project continued through the early 2010s until financial problems beset the owners. They asked the Court for a bankruptcy plan which was not granted. Accordingly, the Cutalong property was sold at public auction.
The new owners pledged to move along with the original plan, including the golf course. Louisa officials affirm that the Generalized Master Plan was approved by the Louisa Board of Supervisors (BOS). Recorded plats include 46 building lots and 19 lots at the Farm at Cutalong. Site plans cover the water supply system, the golf course and sales office.
For more information, please see the documents posted in our Land Use Library.