Agenda for 5 December 2005 Sully District Land Use and Transportation Committee Meeting
by Jeff Parnes
- The Sully District Land Use and Transportation Committee meeting scheduled for 5 December is cancelled. We will meet next on 9 January 2006.
- Proponent: Jeff Saxe for Sully North Investments
- Action: SE to allow increase in building height and Rezoning
- Location: South side of Wall Road 800 feet west of Centreville Road
This proposal has been seen by this committee twice since 2000 in another guise. The first two times the proposal called for an change to the Comprehensive Plan to allow residential development east of the proposed spine road. The first out-of-turn Plan Amendment was withdrawn after the economic downturn following the attacks of 9-11. It was then included in area plan review conducted in 2004 but was deferred indefinitely to address student generation issues. Both times it has been endorsed by this body. This proposal is essentially the same, but the housing to the east of the spine road is now proposed to be limited to adult age restricted housing in conformity with HUD guidelines. This eliminates any student generation by the residential component and allows the development to go forward, as the residential component is less than 40%, without a plan amendment.
- Proponent: Keith Martin for Sack, Harris & Martin
- Action: RZ/FDP 2000-MD-20, from residential vacant to office, hotel & multifamily
- Location: Southeast quadrant of intersection of Rt 28 and Frying Pan Road
- Old Business (8:00):
- Sully District Council Development Criteria Checklist
Jim Neighbors, the Sully Station HOA representative to the Sully District Council, developed this Development Criteria Checklist. It has been subsequently modified and posted for the use of the Land Use and Transportation Committee. We encourage suggestions on how to make it a more useful tool. It is not intended to indicate that the issues listed here are the only items of concern to the SDC, but as an aid to the members of the SDC in evaluating a proposal presented before us. At this meeting suggested changes are welcome.
- New Business (8:30):
- Scheduled Meetings:
- Transit Oriented Development, Session 2: Next Steps, Thursday, November 10, 2005
- Registration & Continental Breakfast 7:30 am, Session 8am - 10:30am
- Dulles Area Transportation Association, Improving Transportation in the Dulles Area since 1986
- Co-sponsors: Dulles Corridor Rail Association and the Greater Washington Board of Trade
- Continue to explore this important subject in this second seminar and learn more about potential options
- Robert Dunphy, Urban Land Institute
- Dennis Leach, Director, Transportation Division, Arlington County
- WMATA and Private Sector Speakers have been invited
- Host: Joe Siekierski, National Rural Utilities CFC, 2201 Cooperative Way, Herndon, VA
- Driving Directions to NRUCFC: Toll Road east bound to VA 657 exit 10 toward Herndon/Chantilly. Keep right and merge onto Centreville Road. Turn left onto Woodland Park Road and continue to Cooperative Way, going past CFC. Follow to NRTC Building on the Right and park in the back or in the parking garage. Enter the building through the double doors of the NRTC building
- Please RSVP by November 7th to email@example.com or call 703-817-1307. Payment by check or credit card: DATA and DCRA Members $25.00/Non-Members $40.00. Elected Officials & Local Government Employees will be guests of DATA
- Clearing the Air with Virginia’s Trees, November 10, 2005
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- Join citizen members of tree boards and commissions, elected officials, urban foresters and
arborists, landscape architects, builders, developers, and planners desiring to enhance and protect
Virginia’s urban forest.
- National experts and local leaders will facilitate this discussion identifying issues and exploring
potential solutions that will fit within Virginia’s unique governing laws.
- Conference Location: Algonkian Meeting Center at Algonkian Regional Park, 47001 Fairway Drive, Sterling, VA 20165, (free parking available on-site)
- Registration in advance $50 (on-site $75) per person, a limited number of scholarships are available No refunds after October 25
- The registration form is due November 1
- Supervisor Michael Frey and the Virginia Department of Transportation and the Fairfax County Department of Transportation invite you to
attend a meeting to discuss the Route 28/Braddock Road/Walney Road intersection.
- When: Monday, November 14, 2005 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
- Where: Sully District Governmental Center, James McDonnell Room, 4900 Stonecroft Boulevard, Chantilly, Virginia 20151
- Purpose: The Virginia Department of Transportation and the Fairfax County Department of Transportation are reviewing modifications to this intersection
to improve traffic flow through this corridor. Modifications being considered are the elimination of crossover movements, and restricting some turning movements. After the presentation, Supervisor
Frey, VDOT, and FCDOT will listen to comments, concerns and suggestions, and answer any questions regarding the project.
- Presentation: Rt 28/Walney/Braddock intersection presentation
Note that on slides 22 through 25 the location of the Westfields/RT 28 interchange is incorrectly shown. It is near the top of the picture, instead of where the utility ROW crosses RT 28 as shown.
- Fairfax County will hold three workshops in November to review the Difficult Run Draft Plan.
- The dates are:
- Eastern Subwatersheds: Wednesday, Nov. 16, 7:00 - 9:15 p.m.
- Southern Subwatersheds: Thursday, Nov. 17, 7:00 - 9:15 p.m.
- Western/Reston Subwatersheds: Saturday, Nov. 19, 1:00 - 3:15 p.m.
- People can choose to attend the workshop that focuses on projects in their area - or, if they can't attend one on that date, they can attend either one of the other two.
- A flyer with all the detailed information about the workshops is available. If you have any questions, please call or e-mail Mary Reilly, SAIC, 978-921-1229.
- Ongoing meetings to review the Cub Run Watershed Plan.
- TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 6:30-9:30
Location: to be announced
Agenda: Present the final watershed characterization; % changes in existing conditions modeled for the projects; project prioritization; and the cost-benefit analysis. We will also discuss the projects that were removed from the plan and the draft recommendations for the Sully Woodlands Master Plan.
- Monday, January 30, 2006
CAC Meeting: Review the final report; get any final comments; and prepare for the final plan review workshop.
- Monday, February 27, 2006
Final Plan Review Public Workshop Present the final plan to the public and CAC members (still checking on whether this date conflicts with a BOS meeting)
- Monday, March 27, 2006
Final CAC Meeting Review final input from public and final changes in the plan; discuss final schedule for presenting plan before the Board of Supervisors and next steps for the CAC.
- Fairfax County Environmental Quality Advisory Council’s Annual Public Hearing
- When: Wednesday, December 14, 2005 at 7:30 PM
- Where: Board Auditorium, Fairfax County Government Center, 12000 Government Center Parkway
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.
To be placed on the speakers list or for additional information, call the
Fairfax County Department of Planning and Zoning at 703-324-1380
(TTY 711-Virginia Relay) or send an e-mail message to EQAC@fairfaxcounty.gov .
In case of inclement weather, call 703-324-1380 the day of the public
- Planned for 9 January Meeting
- Proponent: Keith Martin for Atlantic Realty Companies, the Applicant, who is working with the title owner, Global Missions Holdings, LLC.
- Action: Proffer Condition Amendment (PCA) and Final Development Plan Amendment (FDPA)
- Location: The former Dominion Power site at the intersection of Route 50 and Fair Ridge Drive
The property consists of 28.0531 acres and is currently zoned PDC. Atlantic Realty Companies and the title owner are seeking to amend the proffers and the Conceptual/Final Development Plan to permit a mixed use development consisting of a village retail center, office, church, and child care.
The amended CDP/FDP shows the mixed use development consisting of a total of 305,498 gross square feet for an overall Floor Area Ratio of 0.25. Approximately 38% of the total site area will be in open space. The proposed maximum building height will be 45 feet. The retail, church and office uses will be serviced by a minimum of 567 parking spaces.
The amended CDP/FDP shows 8 buildings comprising the 305,498 square feet. Building 1 is proposed to be a 48,736 square foot Harris Teeter grocery store. Special attention has been paid to screen the loading spaces at the rear of the building. Building 2 is proposed to be 2 stories with ground level retail and second floor offices totaling 86,565 square feet. Building 3 is proposed to be a 3,600 square foot Chevy Chase drive-in bank. Building 4 is the existing Dominion Power office building. The existing 76,577 square feet will be converted into office space, child care, health club and second floor Church use for the Light Global Mission Church. Buildings 6 through 9 are 2 to 2.5 story professional offices consisting of a total of 67,500 square feet.
Careful attention is being paid to transportation circulation and development access. Access to and from Route 50 is proposed via Fair Ridge Drive and a right in western entrance and western service drive exit. A detailed traffic analysis has been submitted and reviewed by the Office of Transportation to demonstrate that the traffic generated by the development can be adequately handled on the existing road system with proffered improvements.
It is submitted that the proposed PCA and FDPA will be in substantial conformance with the Comprehensive Plan. The Application Property is the subject of Area Plan Review nomination #04-111-1FC. The nomination is pending and scheduled for public hearings in early 2006. It is anticipated that the revised Plan recommendations for this site will recommend mixed use development, including retail uses at a 0.25 FAR.
Jeffrey M. Parnes
Chair, Sully District Council
Land Use and Transportation Committee
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