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Planning Commission Public Hearing Notice

 

 

The Planning Commission of James City County, Virginia, will hold a public hearing on Monday, September 13, 2004, at 7:00 p.m. in the County Government Center Board Room, 101-F Mounts Bay Road, James City County, Virginia, to consider the following:

 

Review and consideration of a resolution endorsing the Primary Principles for Five Forks Area of James City County. The Five Forks Primary Principles are the product of four meetings conducted by the Five Forks Area Study Committee which was created in June 2004 by the Board of Supervisors in accordance with Economic Development Action 12G of the 2003 Comprehensive Plan. Copies of this document are available at the James City County Planning Division located at 101-E Mounts Bay Road, and can also be viewed on the County's website at www.jccEgov.com.

 

Z-09-04. Oaktree Office Park & Airtight Self Storage Proffer Amendment. Ms. Jeanette Brady has applied to rezone approximately 5.7 acres from B-1, General Business, with proffers, to B-1, General Business, with amended proffers. The request seeks to amend a 1997 proffer which limits the total building footprint for mini-storage buildings on the site to 40,000 square feet. The amendment is necessary to accommodate a portion of the proposed 15,000-square foot mini-storage warehouse building footprint on the existing Oaktree site. The property is located just north of the Five Forks intersection at 3356 Ironbound Road in the Berkeley District and is designated Mixed Use on the Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map. Community-scale office development with complimentary building types and moderate density residential development are examples of uses that are envisioned for this Mixed Use area. The property is further identified as Parcel (1-26) on James City County Real Estate Tax Map No. (47-1).

 

O.Marvin Sowers, Jr., Director of Planning

 

 

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