Members: Dick Frank (TAC), Jim Hart (Heritage Forest), Carol Hawn (Singleton's Grove), Al Linch (Virginia Run), Jeff Parnes (Chantilly Highlands Homes Association), Glenn Stroup (Franklin Farm), Larry Tessier (Franklin Glen) and Ted Troscianecki (Virginia Run)
Guests: Frank McDermott (Hunter & Williams) and Jeffrey Saxe (Peterson Companies)
1. Frank McDermott and Jeffrey Saxe spoke on the Fairfax Corner development located south of the I-66/Route 50 interchange and north and east of Monument Drive. They are amending PCA 87-S-039-2 and FDPA-87-S-039-6 to replan the road and allocation of uses. The site, containing close to 100 acres, will be developed at a FAR of .35 (1.8 million square feet) with a hotel (4 acres) on the west, then retail use (22.3 acres) combined with offices (25 acres), and finally residential (48 acres) on the east. There will be on-site trails connecting the residential, office and retail sections, and also connecting off-site to the Government Center. The developers have reserved 3.85 acres for public transit parking.
2. Camberly West residents are concerned about the prospects of a 170 foot high monopole located at old the Navy-Vale fire station off West Ox Road. More information will be available at the next meeting.
3. With the opening of the Rachel Carson Intermediate School on McLearen Road, students are walking to the McLearen Square shopping center at the corner of Centreville and McLearen roads. That intersection, although signaled, needs "Walk/Don't Walk" signs for pedestrians.
4. Contracts should be let in fall 1999 for the routes 28/29 interchange. VDOT plans to detour Route 29 while allowing Route 28 to continue straight through.
Jeffrey M. Parnes
Chair, Sully District Council
Land Use and Transportation Committee