Albemarle County Planning Commission

October 25, 2005 Partial Set

CPA-2005-001 Land Use Plan Transportation Update

 

The Albemarle County Planning Commission held a meeting and a public hearing on Tuesday, October 18, 2005, at 6:00 p.m., at the County Office Building, Room 241, Second Floor, 401 McIntire Road, Charlottesville, Virginia. Members attending were William Rieley, Rodney Thomas, Jo Higgins, Calvin Morris and Marcia Joseph, Vice-Chair.  Absent was Pete Craddock, Bill Edgerton, Chairman and David J. Neuman, FAIA, Architect for University of Virginia. 

 

Other officials present were Wayne Cilimberg, Director of Planning & Community Development; David Benish, Chief of Planning & Community Development; Judith Wiegand, Senior Planner; Claudette Grant, Senior Planner; Sean Dougherty, Senior Planner; Bill Fritz, Chief of Current Development and Greg Kamptner, Assistant County Attorney.

 

Call to Order and Establish Quorum:

 

Ms. Joseph called the regular meeting to order at 6:10 p.m. and established a quorum.

 

Other Matters Not Listed on the Agenda from the Public:

 

Ms. Joseph invited comment from the public on other matters not listed on the agenda. There being none, the meeting proceeded to the review of the consent agenda.

 

            Consent Agenda:

 

a.          SUB 2005-0258 Country Green Cottages Preliminary Subdivision Plat – Open Space Approval Request.

        (Bill Fritz)

 

b.          SDP 2005-059 Town and Country Commercial, Phase I, Preliminary Site Plan - Critical slopes waiver request. (Bill Fritz)

 

c.          CPA 2005-001 Land Use Plan Transportation Update - For action to recommend approval to the Board of Supervisors. (Juan Wade).

 

Ms. Joseph asked if any Commissioner would like to pull an item off of the consent agenda for discussion. She requested that SDP-2005-059, Town and Country Commercial, Phase I, Preliminary Site Plan, be pulled for discussion.

 

The Commission held a discussion on SDP-2005-059 with Bill Fritz, Chief of Current Development, concerning the proposal, which satisfied Ms. Joseph’s concern about the four lane entrance that looked just like one commercial site. 

 

Motion:  Mr. Thomas moved, Mr. Morris seconded, that the consent agenda be approved.

 

The motion that the consent agenda be approved passed by a vote of 5:0.  (Commissioners Edgerton and Craddock were absent.)  

 

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