Agenda for 27 June 2012 Sully District Council Meeting
by Jeff Parnes
  1. The Sully District Council will meet at 7:00 p.m. on 27 June in the Sully District Governmental Center Front Meeting Room, 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. Time to renew your association's membership in the Sully District Council. Our membership application can now be submitted on line! Please complete it, and then print a copy to enclose with your check.

    Has yours made plans to join us in 2012?

  3. The May 2012 Sully District Council meeting minutes are posted online.

  4. Membership Presentation: State of Sully presented by Sully Supervisor Michael Frey

  5. Land Use and Transportation:

    1. 8:30
      • Proponent: Frank W. Stearns, on behalf of the applicant, NewPath Networks
      • Action: 2232-Y11-9/NewPath Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) Proposal
      • Location: Sully District
        This proposal was originally brought to the SDC in March 2011 - please see the minutes discussion for the details
        The referenced application has been submitted for DP&Z review, and they have had discussions with staff, with John Litzenberger, as well as with the Providence District. (The majority of the proposed facilities are located in Sully, however).
        DAS have been approved and installed in the county, first in Great Falls/McLean and then in Oakton/Hunter Mill area. At present, they have phase II of the Oakton/Hunter Mill facilities under review and partially approved (2232-P10-10). The subject DAS is not yet calendared for hearing, but they are prepared to brief the committee and respond to questions.
        They will provide a more detailed description, plans, etc. in advance of the meeting

    2. 9:00
      • Proponent: Jonathan D. Puvak and Lynne Strobel, Walsh Colucci Lubeley Emrich & Walsh, P.C.
      • Action: Rezoning and development application for an independent living and medical care facilities
      • Location: Centreville Road, to the north of McLearen Road
        Fairfax County recently accepted their application, but their public hearing dates have not yet been determined.
        They provided a copy of their statement of justification.
        The Applicant is proposing a residential development consisting of independent living and medical care facilities. The property is located on Centreville Road, to the north of McLearen Road and is approximately 8.46 acres. The surrounding uses include the Rachel Carson Middle School to the west, a townhouse community to the north, and a service station with a car wash to the south. The property is currently zoned to the I-5 district and the rezoning application proposes a PRM zoning district. The Applicant believes that their proposal will be compatible with the surrounding development and also serve the needs of the surrounding residential communities.

    3. 9:30
      • Proponent: Frank McDermott and Susan Yantis, Hunton & Williams LLP, on behalf of Brookfield-Beverly Road Associates, L.P. for the Chantilly Place Shopping Center
      • Action: Special Exception Amendment application SEA 88-S-077-5 for a waiver of certain sign regulations
      • Location: Chantilly Place Shopping Center located in the NE quadrant of Route 28/Willard Road interchange; west of Brookfield Corporate Center Drive
        The Applicant is proposing to replace the existing freestanding sign located on the western portion of the Property adjacent to Route 28 with a new larger monument sign in order to provide better identification of the existing shopping center and Dulles Expo Center.
        The Property is approximately 49.73 acres, is zoned C-6, and is surrounded by existing and planned industrial, industrial/flex and office uses.
        The Applicant believes that the requested waiver of certain sign regulations is justified given the size of the Property and mix of uses, and because the conversion of the at-grade signalized intersection to a high capacity grade separated interchange at Route 28/Willard Road has severely impacted the visibility of the center and Dulles Expo.
        The center is unique in that Dulles Expo Center is an exhibition facility that hosts over 55 events per year and draws customers from within and outside the entire Washington Metropolitan area. The new sign will enable visitors to identify the Property from Route 28.
        Fairfax County recently accepted their application, and the Planning Commission public hearing is scheduled for July 25th. They have been working with County Staff and will be revising the SEA plat and amending the statement of justification on or before June 7th. A copy of the revised materials will be posted at that time.

  6. Old Business

  7. Items of General Interest:

  8. Scheduled Meetings/Activities:

  9. Next Membership Meeting:

Respectfully submitted,

Jeffrey M. Parnes
First Vice President
Sully District Council

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