Agenda for 21 June 2004 (Combined June and July) Sully District Land Use and Transportation Committee Meeting
by Jeff Parnes
- The Sully District Land Use and Transportation Committee will meet at 7:30
p.m. in the Sully District Governmental Center meeting room 2, 4900
Stonecroft Boulevard, Chantilly, VA., 20151. Please note the room change from room 1 to 2!
- Proponent: Frank Stearns agent for National Capital Land & Development
- Action: RZ 2004-SU-015, to rezone 19.72 acres to PDH-5
- Location: Redevelop the area on Lowe St. that didnt redevelop last time.
Tracy Swagler is staff coordinator. PC public hearing is 9-22-04.
- Proponent: Jeff Saxe for Peterson Cos.
- Action: Incorporation of Residential in Mixed Use
- Location: East of Rt 28 at Air & Space Annex Parkway Interchange
Last presented at the May meeting
- Action: Sully Historic Overlay PROPOSED ZONING ORDINANCE AMENDMENT
- Location: Sully Historic Site
Staff report available
PUBLIC HEARING DATES
Planning Commission June 24, 2004 at 8:15 p.m.
Board of Supervisors July 26, 2004 at 3:30 p.m.
The proposed amendment to the SHD permits single family attached and multiple family
dwellings, in addition to single family detached dwellings; clarifies the prohibition of commercial uses;
and permits an increase in building height from 35 to 60 feet with special exception approval by the
Board of Supervisors. It is staff’s opinion that the additional residential uses are appropriate given the
changes to the airport noise contours in the SHD. Furthermore, the ARB, Planning Commission and
Board review of any proposed building height increase through the special exception review process
should address any adverse impacts that such a request may have on the Sully Historic site. Finally, it is
believed that the proposed amendment ensures consistency with the original intent of the SHD to allow
certain commercial uses in residential and industrial developments. Therefore, staff recommends
approval of the proposed amendment with an effective date of 12:01 A.M. on the day following
- Old Business (9:00):
- New Business (9:30):
- Scheduled Meetings:
- Workshop to Discuss Sully Site Plans
- The county Park Authority has scheduled a workshop at 7 p.m. May 11 on a proposal to update the master plan for the Sully Historic Site in Chantilly.
- The 128-acre Sully site, at 3601 Sully Rd., was completed in 1799 by Richard Bland Lee, Northern Virginia's first representative to Congress. The house is furnished with antiques of the Federal period, and outbuildings include a kitchen, smokehouse and stone dairy. Educational programs, craft demonstrations and living history events are offered throughout the year.
- Park officials want to update the site to attract visitors. The May 11 meeting, at Franklin Middle School, is the first step in the planning process and will be followed by a public hearing on a draft plan.
- Comments can be mailed to Angie Allen, project manager, Planning and Development Division, Fairfax County Park Authority, 12055 Government Center Pkwy., Suite 421, Fairfax, Va. 22035. E-mail comments can be sent to email@example.com.
- Design Public Hearing - Centreville Road/Rt 657
- Open House Tuesday, 25 May, 5 - 8 PM, with a brief presentation at 6 at Rachel Carson Middle School at 13618 McLearen Road, Oak Hill, VA
- Come and see preliminary plans for for the proposed widening of Centreville Road (Route 657), beginning at West Ox Road and ending at Frying Pan Road, in Fairfax County. The VDOT preesntation is available from their website
- Find out about tentative construction schedules, properet impacts and relocation assistance.
- Review the project information at the public hearing or at VDOT's Northern Virginia District Office located at 14685 Avion Parkway, Chantilly, VA. You may also email your comments by writing to Meeting_Comments@VirginiaDOT.org. Please reference "Centreville Road" In the subject heading.
- VDOT's web site and presentation are available online.
- Cub Run and Bull Run Watershed Management Plan Meeting
- Tuesday, June 8, 2004, 7 - 9 p.m., at Westfield High School Cafeteria, 4700 Stonecroft Blvd in Chantilly
- Who Should Attend? Everyone who lives in the watersheds and cares about the quality of their environment should attend. The watersheds includes portions of western Fairfax County and eastern Loudoun County were surface runoff drains into Cub Run and Bull Run. The attached poster includes a map that the defines the watershed boundaries. If you live in this area, you are affected by the quality of streams in these watersheds.
- Why Should You Participate? This is your community! Streams in the Cub Run and Bull Run watersheds are deteriorating. Aquatic life is disappearing. Stream banks are eroding. All who live and work here have a stake in protecting the streams in the watershed because improved conditions will:
- Protect our drinking water supply in the Occoquan Reservoir
- Help in cleaning up the Potomac River and Chesapeake Bay
- Reduce flooding
- Restore biological diversity in the streams
- Enhance our quality of life
- Why a Watershed Plan? We need to identify and fix water quality and other stream-related problems, at the community level. Fairfax County is working with local residents, businesses, and other agencies to develop a watershed management plan for Cub Run and Bull Run. The plan will set our strategy to solve problems and improve conditions in the watersheds.
- Participation Information: This meeting is open to the open to the public. RSVP to Chuck Moore at (703) 642-5500 or MooreCI@CDM.COM so that we can have an estimate of the number of citizens interested in participating in this forum. Also, please contact Chuck if you have any questions about the watershed plan or the public information process.
- Preliminary Agenda:
- Introduction to Watershed Planning
- Purpose of watershed management plan
- Watershed planning process/schedule
- State of the Cub Run and Bull Run Watersheds
- History of development and its impacts
- Review of past watershed protection efforts
- Breakout Discussions to Identify Watershed Problems and Issues
- Help us get the word out! Please forward this notice to others who may be interested in stream conditions in the study area. A PDF poster that you can also post and/or distribute is available. A hard copy can be provided if desired.
- For additional information:
- The Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services, Stormwater Planning Division are undertaking this study.
- Planned for 2 August Meeting
- Proponent: Bill Baskin for Ox Hill Baptist Church
- Action: Rezoning (R1 to R12) and concurrent Special Exception
- Location: Elmwood Street, off Lee Jackson Memorial Highway (Rt. 50), south of the existing BB&T bank.
Jeffrey M. Parnes
Chair, Sully District Council
Land Use and Transportation Committee
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last modified Friday, 22 October 2004
modified by Jeffrey M. Parnes