Agenda for 27 February 2008 Sully District Council Meeting
by Jeff Parnes
  1. The Sully District Council will meet at 7:00 p.m. in the Sully District Governmental Center meeting room 1, 4900 Stonecroft Boulevard, Chantilly, VA, 20151. The meeting will be canceled if Fairfax County Schools or after school activities are canceled due to adverse weather the day of the meeting..

  2. Membership

  3. Land Use and Transportation

    1. Presentations:

      1. 08:30
        • Proponent: Dennis W. Holder, R.A, Project Manager, County of Fairfax, Department of Public Works and Environmental Services Planning and Design Division
        • Action: Renovation and Expansion
        • Location: Fair Oaks Police and Fire/Rescue Station at 12300 Lee Jackson Memorial Highway
          The renovation and expansion of the project entails renovating the existing Police Station and expanding the facility with an approximately 17,000 square foot addition. The Fire/Rescue Station will include minor renovations and a 2,000 square foot addition. Construction is anticipated to start in the spring of 2009.

      2. 9:00
        • Proponent: Kay Hellenbrand Rutledge, P.E., Manager, Land Acquisition and Management Branch, Planning and Development Division, Fairfax County Park Authority
        • Action: The Fairfax County Park Authority is holding a public hearing to receive public comment on the acquisition of property. PPT PDF
        • Location: The property consists of 5.88 acres and is identified on the Fairfax County Real Property Identification Maps as TM 34-2 ((1)) Parcel 12, hereinafter referred to as the "Stout property." The Stout property is located at the end of Barnsfield Road east of Route 28 and northeast of the Sully Historic Site.
          The acquisition of the Stout property will provide a buffer between the neighboring Dulles Discovery development to the northeast and the Sully Historic Site, giving additional protection to the historical and cultural resources at Sully. Due to its proximity to the Manassas Gap Railroad built in the 1850's, the Stout property is likely to contain artifacts of historic significance.
          The Board of Supervisors approved a rezoning for the Dulles Discovery development, RZ 2003-SU-035, in January 2007. One of the proffered conditions for this rezoning required Sully East L.C. ("Sully East") to acquire the Stout property and dedicate it to the Park Authority. The proffer also stated that should Sully East be unsuccessful in acquiring the property, it could request the Park Authority use its power of eminent domain to condemn the Stout property by condemnation. All costs for the acquisition, including that of outside counsel and other legal costs, would be fully paid by Sully East.
          Sully East has not been successful n acquiring the property and is now requesting the Park Authority use its power of eminent domain to do so. Pursuant to the proffer, the Park Authority must authorize condemnation of the Stout property within 180 days from the time of the request, or Sully East is no longer obligated to acquire the Stout property. This time period expires May 20, 2008.
          For more information see the Park Authority's web page

      3. 9:30
        • Proponent: Katherine D. Youngbluth, Urban Planner, Cooley Godward Kronish LLP for the United Auto Group
        • Action: Partial proffered condition amendment ("PCA") and special exception amendment ("SEA") application
        • Location: The PCA/SEA application seeks to permit two car dealerships on Fairfax County Tax Map number 33-4 ((1)) 3B (the "Property"), located in the southwest quadrant of Stonecroft Boulevard and Stonecroft Center Court.
          The Property is a part of RZ 2004-SU-028 and SE 2004-SU-027, which the Board of Supervisors approved in 2005. RZ 2004-SU-028 and SE 2004-SU-027, rezoned the Property and Parcels 3G1 and 3G2 to the C-8 Zoning District with a Special Exception to allow vehicle sales, rental and ancillary service establishments. The Applicant has the right under the governing proffers, development conditions and Generalized Development Plan/Special Exception/Proffered Condition Amendment Plat ("GDP/SE/PCA") to construct a single 70,000 square foot building. The pending PCA/SEA application proposes merely to replace the approved building with two dealership buildings that total 65,000 square feet, plus a 5,000 square foot carwash.
          We anticipate that the application will be heard by the Planning Commission sometime this Spring.

  4. Old Business

  5. New Business

  6. Scheduled Meetings/Activities:

  7. Planned for 26 March 2008 Meeting

Respectfully submitted,

Jeffrey M. Parnes
Chair, Sully District Council
Land Use and Transportation Committee

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