BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

T E N T A T I V E

6:00 P.M. - SEPTEMBER 12, 2007

LANE AUDITORIUM

COUNTY OFFICE BUILDING

 

 

1.         Call to Order.

2.         Pledge of Allegiance.

3.         Moment of Silence.

4.         Recognition:

            a.         Charlottesville Cardinals Wheelchair Basketball Team.

5.         From the Board:  Matters Not Listed on the Agenda.

6.         From the Public:  Matters Not Listed for Public Hearing on the Agenda.

7.         Consent Agenda (on next sheet). 

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS:

8.         Proposed issuance of general obligation school bonds of Albemarle County in the estimated maximum principal amount of $11,930,000.  The purpose of the proposed bonds is to finance capital projects for public schools. 

9.         CPA-2004-002. Pantops Master Plan.  Proposed amendments that would modify the Land Use Plan section of the Albemarle County Comprehensive Plan for Neighborhood 3 (Pantops) with new land use policies, guidelines, recommendations, goals & strategies for future development within the Pantops Development Area, which includes an amendment to the boundary of Neighborhood 3 (Pantops) to remove a parcel (Wheeler Property, approx. 77 acres, Tax Map 62 Parcel 31). The amendment will include a guide that identifies the purpose & major findings & recommendations resulting from the Pantops master plan study; provide strategies for implementing the proposed Pantops master plan, including strategies for transportation, parks and recreation, illustrated on the map entitled “Pantops Master Plan Green Infrastruture”, redevelopment, funding improvements, & for implementing the plan; & provide guidelines for the form of development within the Pantops development area through narratives, maps, and illustrations. This amendment also will establish new comprehensive plan land use designations (Urban Mixed Use, Employment Mixed Use, Commercial Mixed Use, Institutional, Parks, and Green Space) for the Pantops development area & change existing designations throughout the Pantops development area, as shown on the map entitled " Pantops Master Plan: Framework Plan (Land Use).

10.        ZMA-2005-015. Hollymead Town Center Area A-1 (Signs #15,51,53,73). PROPOSAL:  Rezone 31 acres from RA - Rural Areas (agricultural, forestal, and fishery uses; residential density (0.5 unit/acre)) to PDMC - Planned District Mixed Commercial (large-scale commercial uses; and residential by special use permit (15 units/ acre)) to allow for 278,000 square feet of office retail. MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: Rio. The Comprehensive Plan's Town Center designation is accompanied with the "Conceptual Master Plan & Design Guidelines for the Hollymead Town Center".

11.        SP-2005-027. Hollymead Town Center Area A - Drive Up Window for Bank (Signs #15,51,53,73). PROPOSAL: Drive-up banking facility with three lanes. ZONING CATEGORY/GENERAL USAGE: A rezoning application has been submitted to rezone these parcels from RA - Rural Areas - agricultural, forestal, and fishery uses; residential density (0.5 unit/acre) to PD-MC Planned Development Mixed Commercial (large-scale commercial uses; and residential by special use permit 15 units/ acre). MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: Rio.

12.        ZMA-2007-001. Hollymead Town Center Area A-2 (Signs #93,94). PROPOSAL:  Rezone approximately 45 acres from RA zoning district which allows agricultural, forestal, and fishery uses, residential density (0.5 unit/acre); and to rezone approximately .5 acres from C-1 Commercial which allows retail sales and service uses, and residential use by special use permit (15 units/acre); and to rezone approximately .4 acres from NMD Neighborhood Model District zoning district which allows residential (3-34 units/acre) mixed with commercial, service and industrial uses; and to rezone approximately 3,000 square feet from PD-MC Planned Development Mixed Commercial which allows large-scale commercial uses, and residential by special use permit (15 units/ acre); to NMD Neighborhood Model District zoning district which allows residential (3-34 units/acre) mixed with commercial, service and industrial uses. The application proposes up to 1,258 dwelling units. PROFFERS:  Yes. MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: Rio.

13.        ZMA 2005-00017. Biscuit Run. PROPOSAL:  Rezone approximately 828 acres from R-1 Residential (1 unit/acre), and R-2 Residential (2 units/acre) Districts to NMD Neighborhood Model District which allows residential (3 - 34 units/acre) mixed with commercial, service and industrial uses. Number proposed residential units: maximum 3,100. A maximum of 150,000 square feet of Commercial uses are proposed also. PROFFERS:  Yes. MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: Scottsville.

14.        ZMA-2006-009. 5th Street Avon Center (Signs #48,67&68). PROPOSAL:  Rezone 86.895 acres from LI - Light Industrial zoning district which allows industrial, office, and limited commercial uses (no residential use) to PD-SC - Planned Development Shopping Center zoning district which allows shopping centers, retail sales and service uses; and residential by special use permit (15 units/acre) Approx. 476,355 sq ft of commercial uses. PROFFERS:  Yes. MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: Scottsville.  (Applicant requests deferral)

15.        SP-2007-004. 5th Street Avon Center Parking Structure (Signs #78,81,91). PROPOSAL: Parking Structure. ZONING CATEGORY/GENERAL USAGE: LI - Light Industrial - industrial, office, and limited commercial uses (no residential use). MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: Scottsville. (Applicant requests deferral)

16.        AFD-2007-002. Hardware renewal.  An ordinance to review and renewal of section 3-214, Hardware Agricultural and Forestal District, of Division 2, Districts, of Article II, Districts of Statewide Significance, of Chapter 3, Agricultural and Forestal Districts, of the Albemarle County. 

17.        AFD-2007-003. Nortonsville renewal.  An ordinance to review and renewal of section 3-307, Nortonsville Agricultural and Forestal District, of Division 2, Districts, of Article II, Districts of Statewide Significance, of Chapter 3, Agricultural and Forestal Districts, of the Albemarle County.

18.        From the Board:  Committee Reports.

19.        Adjourn to September 26, 2007, Zehmer Hall.

 

 

 

C O N S E N T   A G E N D A

 

 

FOR APPROVAL:

 

7.1        Approval of Minutes:  August 2, 2006; April 11 and May 2, 2007.

 

7.2        Resolution of the Industrial Development Authority authorizing the issuance of revenue bonds, pursuant to the Industrial Development and Revenue Bond Act, in an amount not to exceed $21,000,000 for the Jefferson Scholars Foundation.

 

FOR INFORMATION:

 

7.3        Copy of draft 2008 Thomas Jefferson Planning District Legislative Program.

 

7.4        Copy of Application of Appalachian Power Company to revise its fuel factor pursuant to §56-249.6 of the Code of Virginia, VA.S,C.C. Case No. PUE-2007-00067. (on file in Clerk's office)

 

7.5        Copy of Application of Appalachian Power Company for a rate adjustment clause pursuant to §56-585.1 of the Code of Virginia, VA.S,C.C. Case No. PUE-2007-00068. (on file in Clerk's office)

 

7.6        Copy of Application of Appalachian Power Company for an adjustment to capped electric rates pursuant to §56-582(B) (vi) of the Code of Virginia, VA.S,C.C. Case No. PUE-2007-00069. (on file in Clerk's office)

 

7.7        Copy of resolution, adopted by the Crozet Community Advisory Council, in support of retaining the porch on the La Cocina del Sol/Modern Barber building in Crozet, along with petition (on file in Clerk’s office) with 1,771 signatures, in support of same.

 

7.8        Revised 2007 First Quarter and 2007 Second Quarter Building Reports Including New Building Permit Types, as prepared by the Department of Community Development, Office of Geographic Data Services.

 

 

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