Essentially, McDonald’s needs to revise the proffers and file for an SEA to allow for a drive though fast food establishment in the Sully Station II shopping center
McDonald's Corporation is filing a Special Exception Amendment to allow for a drive-through eating establishment in the C-6 Zoning District. The Special Exception Amendment is filed concurrently with a partial Proffered Condition Amendment to amend the governing proffers to allow for a drive-through other than a drive-through bank on a portion of Fairfax County Tax Map 54-1 ((17)) E (the "Property"). The Property consists of 1.022 acres and is located in the southern tip of the Sully Station II Shopping Center along Stone Road. The Property is currently governed by conditions approved under RZ 86-S-083 and SE 93-Y-046. The portion of the Shopping Center subject to the Special Exception Amendment and Proffered Condition Amendment is currently undeveloped.
Land across Stone Road to the west and southwest of the Property is developed with townhomes and is zoned PDH-4. Land to the east and southeast of the Property is zoned R-3 and PDH-3 and is developed with townhomes and single-family detached residential development. Land directly abutting the Property to the south is vacant. The Property is located in Land Unit G, Sub-unit G-2 of the Centreville Area of the Bull Run Planning District. The Comprehensive Plan recommends this portion of Sub-unit G-2 to be developed with neighborhood-serving commercial use. This proposal is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan recommendations for the Property.
The facade of the proposed McDonald's will compliment the high architectural standards of the shopping center. The primary building material will be brick and of a color matching the shopping center. The roofing material will be standing seam metal and of a color matching the shopping center. McDonald's does not propose to use a monument sign but does propose building mounted signage as allowed by the Fairfax County Zoning Ordinance.
Return visit. See August's minutes
The Fairfax County Environmental Quality Advisory Council (EQAC) is an advisory group that has been appointed by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors to advise the Board on environmental matters. The Council is comprised of one citizen representative from each Magisterial District, four at-large members, and one student representative. Each year, EQAC holds a public hearing to obtain citizen input on issues of environmental concern. The public is encouraged to attend and share views on the state of the environment and to identify any environmental issues applicable to Fairfax County. Environmental issues considered by EQAC include water quality, air quality, noise, hazardous materials, solid waste, stream valley protection, wildlife management, light pollution, visual pollution, and the use and preservation of ecological resources. The Council would welcome your written and/or verbal testimony.
The public is encouraged to attend and share views on the state of the environment and to identify any environmental issues applicable to Fairfax County. Environmental issues considered by EQAC include water quality, air quality, noise, hazardous materials, solid waste, stream valley protection, wildlife management, light pollution, visual pollution and the use and preservation of ecological resources.
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Jeffrey M. Parnes
Chair, Sully District Council
Land Use and Transportation Committee