Agenda for 22 May 2013 Sully District Council Meeting
by Jeff Parnes
  1. The Sully District Council Land Use and Transportation Committee Meeting will meet at 7:00 p.m. on 22 May 2013 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 2013?

  3. The April 2013 Sully District Council meeting minutes are posted online.

  4. Membership Presentation: Report from Richmond by Sully State Legislators

    • State Senators
      • Janet Howell (32nd District) - Regrets
      • Mark Herring (33rd District) - No response
      • Chap Petersen (34th District) - No response
      • David Mars den (37th District) - Confirmed
      • George Barker (39th District) - No response
    • House of Delegates
      • Kenneth Plum (36th District) - No response
      • Dave Bulova (37th District - Confirmed (Arriving from another event)
      • Timothy Hugo (40th District) - No response
      • Jim Lennon (67th District) - No response
      • Tom Rust (86th District) - Confirmed

  5. Land Use and Transportation Committee

    1. 9:00

    2. 9:30
      • Proponent: Timothy S. Sampson | Walsh, Colucci , Lubeley , Emrich & Walsh, P.C
      • Action: Proffered condition amendment (PCA) application related to the Child Care Center
      • Location: Inova Fair Oaks Hospital
        The current proffers allow for a maximum attendance of 150 children at the center. The center's license actually allows for a lesser maximum attendance of only 99 children. However, the proffer also limits enrollment to children of employees of Inova Health Care Services and physicians and staff practicing on the Inova Fair Oaks Campus. The enrollment limitation has limited average attendance to between 36-53 children per day over the past 5 years, or roughly 50 children fewer than the center's license (and 100 fewer that the proffer would allow). As you can imagine, this limitation has proven a substantial detriment to the operation of the facility.
        The purpose of the PCA is to eliminate the proffered restriction on the pool of allowable users of the center, allowing the center to serve the broader community. This will help the viability of the center and the ability for it to continue in operation. We also believe it will be a benefit to the surrounding community in providing an additional child care resource.
        Notably, the PCA does not propose to change the approved maximum attendance or hours of operation of the center. Further, the Application proposes no new construction or any other change to the physical condition of the Application Property as it exists or is approved today. So, we believe that the change requested by the PCA will generate no additional land use requirements or any adverse impacts related thereto. In other words, this PCA does not propose an expansion of the approved use; rather, the proposed change simply allows Inova to utilize the approved use to the extent for which it is already approved.
        Public hearings are expected in the late June/July timeframe. Inova will be holding a community meeting at the Hospital to invite residents to learn more about this application and provide a forum to address other matters related to hospital operations.

  6. Old Business

  7. New Business

  8. Items of General Interest:

  9. Scheduled Meetings/Activities:

  10. Next Membership Meeting:

Respectfully submitted,

Jeffrey M. Parnes
First Vice President
Sully District Council

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