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Planning Commission Public Hearing Notice

The Planning Commission of James City County, Virginia, will hold a public hearing on Monday, February 7, 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-15-04/MP-11-04/SUP-34-04. Villas at Jamestown

 

Mr. Gregory R. Davis and Mr. Timothy O. Trant, II of Kaufman & Canoles have submitted an application to rezone 30.36 acres of land from R-8, Rural Residential District to R-2, General Residential District, Cluster, with proffers. The applicant proposes 92 single-family attached units. The property is located in the Five Forks area, and is more specifically at 248, 238, 230, and 226 Ingram Road and is further identified as Parcel Nos.: (1-15), (1-11), and (1-10) on James City County Tax Map No. (46-2) and Parcel No. (1-19) on James City County Tax Maps No. (47-1). The property is designated Low-Density Residential and Mixed Use 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 one unit per acre up to four units per acre in developments that offer particular public benefits. Recommended uses on property designated for Mixed-Use include community-scale and neighborhood commercial and office uses. The development proposes a density of approximately three units per acre.

 

Case No. Z-14-04. Pocahontas Square Proffer Amendment

 

Mr. Jay Epstein has applied to amend the proffers for approximately 14 acres at 8814, 8838, and 8844 Pocahontas Trail currently zoned R-5, Multifamily Residential, with proffers. The applicant has proposed to amend proffers related to the percentage of affordable dwelling units, the owners association, sidewalks, and cash contributions for community impacts. Ninety-six affordable townhouse units at a density of approximately 6.9 dwelling units per acre were approved for this site in 2003. The property is also known as Parcel Nos.: (1-4), (1-5A), and (1-5) on the James City County Real Estate Tax Map No. (59-2). The site is designated for Low-Density Residential development on the James City County 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 one unit per acre up to four units per acre in developments that offer particular public benefits.

 

Case No. SUP-36-04. Farm Fresh Gas Pumps

 

Mr. Michael Griffith of FF Acquisition, LLC, has applied on behalf of Farm Fresh, Inc. for a special use permit to allow for a four-pump, self-service gas station to be constructed in the parking lot of the existing Farm Fresh grocery store in Norge. The property, located at 115 Norge Lane, is currently zoned B-1, General Business, and is designated Community Commercial on the 2003 Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map. The parcel may be further identified as Parcel No. (1-71F) on James City County Real Estate Tax Map No. (23-2).

 

Case No. SUP-37-04. 115 Winston Drive Duplex

 

Mr. Peter Bunai have applied for a special use permit to construct a duplex unit on a parcel located at 115 Winston Drive and further identified as Parcel No. (9-5B) on James City County Real Estate Tax Map No. (48-1). The property is zoned R-2, General Residential. The parcel 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 one unit per acre up to four units per acre in developments that offer particular public benefits.

 

Case No. ZO-1-05. Zoning Ordinance Amendment - Rural Residential Height Limits

 

An ordinance to amend and reordain Chapter 24, Zoning, of the Code of the County of James City, Virginia, by amending Article V, Districts, Division 8, Rural Residential, R-8, Section 24-354, Height Limits, to allow public or semi-public buildings such as schools, churches or libraries to be erected to a height of 60 feet from grade, provided that the required front, side and rear yards are increased one foot for each foot in height over 35 feet.

 

Case No. ZO-05-04. Zoning Ordinance Amendment - Public Water Storage Facilities

 

Ordinance to amend the James City County Code by amending Section 24-200, Public Utilities to allow public water storage facilities to exceed the height limits specified by each zoning district with an approved height waiver and the issuance of a special use permit; and to amend Section 24-289, Utilities in R-4, Residential Planned Community Districts and Section 24-499, Permitted Uses in Planned Unit Developments to make water facilities (public) and sewer facilities (public), including but not limited to, treatment plants, pumping stations, storage facilities and transmission mains, wells and associated equipment such as pumps to be owned and operated by political jurisdictions as specially permitted uses.

 

Case No. Z-13-04/MP-10-04/SUP-31-04. Monticello at Powhatan North

 

Mr. Tim Trant of Kaufman & Canoles has applied on behalf of Powhatan Enterprises, Inc., to rezone 36.5 acres of land from R-8, Rural Residential District, to R-2, General Residential District/Cluster, with proffers. The applicant proposes to construct 96 dwelling units in 24 quad buildings, for a gross density of 2.63 units per acre. The property is located at 4450 Powhatan Parkway, and is further identified as Parcel No. (1-1) on James City Real Estate Tax Map No.(38-3). 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 one unit per acre up to four units per acre in developments that offer particular public benefits.

 

O. Marvin Sowers, Jr., Director of Planning

 

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