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Planning Commission Public Hearing Notice

Date: February 16, 2005
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: O. Marvin Sowers, Jr., Director of Planning

The Planning Commission of James City County, Virginia, will conduct Public Hearings on Monday, April 4, 2005, 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:

 

An Ordinance to amend James City County Code Section 24-7, Administrative fees, to increase fees as follows:

 

 

Current Fee
Proposed Fee
Site Plan
Administrative Review
Nonresidential structures
or improvements
$0.024 per square foot of building area $0.05 per square foot of building area (increase of108.33%)
Planning Commission Review
Nonresidential structures
or improvements
$0.024 per square foot of building area $0.05 per square foot of building area (increase of108.33%)

 

Authority to impose fees: Virginia Code §§ 15. 2-2286(6);15.2-2241

All interested persons are invited to attend the hearings. The ordinances are on file in the County Attorney's office and may be viewed during normal office hours at the County Government Center, 101-C Mounts Bay Road, James City County, Virginia. Persons requiring an accommodation in order to participate in the hearing should call 253-6728, County Administration, three days prior to the meeting.

 

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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

 

The Planning Commission of James City County, Virginia, will hold a public hearing on Monday, April 4, 2005, 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:

 

Case Nos. Z-02-05/MP-03-05 Ironbound Square Redevelopment

 

Mr. Rick Hanson of the James City County Office of Housing and Community Development, has applied to rezone approximately 6.03 acres of land along Ironbound Road from R-2, General Residential, to MU, Mixed Use for the development of a 67-unit, age- and income-restricted apartment facility and five single-family residential lots. The property is designated Low Density Residential on the 2003 Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map and can be further identified as Parcel Nos. (1-64), (1-57), (1-58), (1-59), (8-3), (8-4), (8-1), and (8-5) on James City CountyReal Estate Tax Map No. (39-1). Low Density Residential areas are suitable for development with gross densities of one to four dwelling units per acre. This phase of the proposed development would have a density of approximately 12 dwelling units per acre. The gross density of the entire development will be four dwelling units per acre.

 

Case No. Z-05-05 James River Commerce Center Rezoning

 

Mr. Keith Taylor has applied to amend the proffers for approximately 219 acres at 8907 Pocahontas Trail currently zoned M-1, Limited Business/Industrial, with proffers. The property is also known as Parcels (1-17), (1-45), (1-49), (1-50), (1-51), (1-52), (1-53), (1-54), (1-55), and (1-56) on the James City County Real Estate Tax Map (59-2). This property was zoned M-1 in 1995 following approval by the Board of Supervisors for James City County. Rather than adopt by reference all M-1 uses, the proffers accompanying the rezoning request included a selected list of uses to be permitted by right. The applicant has proposed to update the proffered uses in the park, which are all currently permitted uses in property zoned M-1. The site is designated for Mixed Use development by the James City County Comprehensive Plan. Principal suggested land uses are limited industrial and office development. Public facilities are suggested as clearly secondary uses.

 

Case Nos. Z-3-05/SUP-6-05. Centerville Road Subdivision 

 

Mr. Henry Stephens has applied on behalf of Armin Ali and Powhatan Old Towne Square LLC to rezone 43.429 acres of land from A-1, General Agricultural, to R-2, General Residential District, with proffers. The applicant proposes to develop 78 single family lots at a gross density of 1.8 units per acre. The property is located at 6001 and 6061 Centerville Road, and is further identified as Parcels (1-33) and (1-36) on Tax Map (31-1). The property is designated Low Density Residential on the Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map. Recommended uses on property designated for Low Density Residential include very limited commercial establishments, single family homes, duplexes, and cluster housing with a gross density of 1 unit per acre up to 4 units per acre in developments that offer particular public benefits.

 

Case No. SUP-4-05 Christian Life Center Tower

 

Mr. C.E. Forehand has applied on behalf of SBA Network Sevices for a special use permit to construct a 160 foot tall wireless communications tower. The site is at 4451 Longhill Road, and can be further identified as Parcel (1-3) on Tax Map (32-3). The property is zoned R-8, Rural Residential District, and is designated as Low Density Residential on the Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map.

 

Case No. ZO-2-05 Zoning Ordinance Amendment-Proffer Appeal Process

 

An ordinance to amend and reordain Chapter 24, Zoning, of the Code of the County of James City, Virginia, by amending Article 1, In General, Section 24-19, Petition for review of decision, to clarify the process for the Board of Supervisors to consider appeals of actions or decisions of the Zoning Administrator in regards to administering and enforcing conditions attached to a rezoning or amendment to a zoning map.

 

Case Nos. Z-16-04/SUP-35-04/MP-12-04. Burlington Woods

 

Mr. Michael Baust of Rickmond Bury has applied on behalf of property owner Tidewater Partners Property & Development, LLC to rezone approximately 17.32 acres from R-8, Rural Residential, to R-2, General Residential, with; proffers. The property is located at 3931 Longhill Road and can be further identified as Parcel No. (1-20) on James City County Real Estate Tax Map No. (31-3). The Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map designates this site as Low Density Residential. Low Density Residential areas are suitable for development with gross densities of one to four dwelling units per acre. The proposed development would have a density of 1.5 dwelling units per acre.

 

Case Nos. Z-4-05/SUP-7-05. Langley Federal Credit Union

 

Mr. Tom Hornor of Langley Federal Credit Union has applied for a rezoning and special use permit to construct a 14,000-square-foot, two-story bank and office building at 5220 Monticello Avenue. The 2-acre parcel is proposed to be rezoned from M-1, Limited Business/Industrial, to MU, Mixed Use, and can be further identified as parcel (1-55) on James City County Tax Map (38-4). The property is designated Mixed Use on the Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map. Principal suggested uses in Mixed Use are a mixture of commercial, office, and limited industrial with some residential (limited to a maximum of 18 dwelling units per acre) as a secondary use.

 

Case Nos. Z-6-05/MP-4-05. Warhill Tract

 

James City County has applied to rezone approximately 155± acres from PUD-C, Planned Unit Development - Commercial, and M-1, Limited Business/Industrial, with proffers, to 145± acres of PUD-R, Planned Unit Development - Residential, 8.77± acres of PUD-C, Planned Unit Development - Commercial and 1.14± acres of R-8, Rural Residential, with amended and restated proffers, for the development of the Williamsburg/James City County Third High School, Thomas Nelson Community College - Williamsburg Campus, 8.77± acres of commercial development. The properties are located at 5700 Warhill Trail and 6450 Centerville Road and can be further identified as Parcel Nos. (1-12) and (1-13) on James City County Real Estate Tax Map No. (32-1). The Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map designates this site as Mixed Use. Mixed Use areas are centers within the PSA where a broad spectrum of land uses are encouraged. Consideration of development proposals in mixed use areas should focus on the development potential of a given area compared to the area's infrastructure and the relation of the proposal to the existing and proposed mix of land uses and their development impacts.

 

 

 

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