SP-2008-00019 Rosewood Village Hollymead Town Center (Sign # 6, 22)

PROPOSED: Allow non-residents of Rosewood Village to use the Rosewood Village rehab facility. 

ZONING CATEGORY/GENERAL USAGE: PD-MC Planned Development Mixed Commercial - large-scale commercial uses; and residential by special use permit (15 units/acre)

SECTIONS: 25A.2.2 (1) and 24.2.2(7) 

COMPREHENSIVE PLAN LAND USE/DENSITY: Town Center: Compact, higher density area containing a mixture of businesses, services, public facilities, residential areas and public spaces, attracting activities of all kinds. (6.01-34 dwelling units per acre).

ENTRANCE CORRIDOR: Yes

LOCATION: 2029 Lockwood Drive. The property is located approximately 1,500 feet from U.S. Route 29 along Timberwood Boulevard in the Hollymead Town Center.

TAX MAP/PARCEL: 32/41K

MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: Rio

(Claudette Grant)

 

Ms. Grant presented a power-point presentation and summarized the staff report for SP-2008-00019.  (See power-point presentation)

 

This special use permit request is to allow for non-residents for Rosewood Village to use the facility as a physical therapy service at this location. The building is under construction.

 

Staff has identified the following factors favorable to this application:

1.                  The proposal adds a diversity of uses in the Town Center.

2.                  The residents of the surrounding Hollymead Town Center community may benefit from the opportunity of rehab services becoming available to them.

 

Staff has not identified any factors unfavorable to this application.

 

Staff recommends approval of SP-2008-019, Rosewood Village Rehab Services (Hollymead Town Center) with the conditions listed in the staff report.

 

Mr. Morris invited questions for staff.

 

Ms. Grant noted that Phil Custer was present from engineering.

 

Mr. Edgerton suggested adding a third condition that the use by non-residents would be acceptable.  Condition two sounds like they are limiting the applicant to what they are already allowed to do. 

 

Mr. Cilimberg said it would be appropriate to add that condition so that the Board of Supervisors can include it.  He noted that was a good question and needs to be clarified. 

 

Mr. Loach agreed that condition two sounds like they have undone what they want to do.

 

Mr. Cilimberg noted that staff would address that before the Board of Supervisors meeting. 

 

Ms. Porterfield said that the people in the facility should have priority. 

 

Mr. Morris opened the public hearing and invited the applicant to address the Commission on both special use permits. 

 

Virginia Talbot said she and her husband own the both Rosewood Villages.  They opened Rosewood Village in Greenbrier in 2001 and Rosewood Village in Hollymead Town Center would open in September, 2008. The special use permit allows only for the care of their residents on site.  They have gotten a physical therapist on site to help take care of their residents on site, which is allowable.  But, they would like to offer it to the outside community.  They feel that is a good opportunity for the folks in the Branchlands area or north of town. 

 

Mr. Morris asked if the residents would have priority, and Ms. Talbot replied absolutely.

 

Mr. Morris invited public comment.  There being none, the public hearing was closed to bring the matter before the Commission.

 

Motion: Mr. Strucko moved and Mr. Loach seconded to approve SP-2008-00018, Rosewood Village Greenbrier with the conditions as recommended by staff.

 

1.      This special use permit authorizes an assisted living facility.

2.      Maximum usage is limited to ninety residents (90) residents in the facility.

 

Mr. Edgerton suggested an amendment to include the third condition mentioned to staff that use by non-residents would be acceptable.

 

Mr. Strucko amended the motion to include the third condition that use by non-residents would be acceptable.

 

Ms. Porterfield asked that the condition include the fact that they said that priority would be given to the residents.

 

Mr. Cilimberg noted that the priority to residents was an unenforceable condition.  It was just understood because the applicant had stated it on record.

 

Mr. Loach seconded the amended motion.

 

The motion passed by a vote of 7:0.

 

Mr. Morris said that SP-2008-18 was approved and would go to the Board of Supervisors at a date to be determined with the following conditions.

 

1.      This special use permit authorizes an assisted living facility.

2.      Maximum usage is limited to ninety residents (90) residents in the facility.

3.      Use by non-residents is allowed.

 

Motion: Mr. Strucko moved and Mr. Cannon seconded to approve SP-2008-00019 Rosewood Village Hollymead Town Center Greenbrier with the conditions recommended by staff as amended.

 

1.      This special use permit authorizes an assisted living facility.

2.      Maximum usage is limited to ninety residents (90) residents in the facility.

3.      Use by non-residents is allowed.

 

Mr. Morris said that SP-2008-000019, Rosewood Village Hollymead Town Center was recommended for approval and will be heard by the Board of Supervisors at a date to be determined.

 

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