COUNTY OF ALBEMARLE

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

 

 

AGENDA TITLE:

SP 08 – 18 Rosewood Village (Greenbrier) and SP 08 – 19 Rosewood Village (Hollymead Town Center)

 

SUBJECT/PROPOSAL/REQUEST:

To allow non-residents of Rosewood Village to use the physical therapy services of the Rosewood Village rehab facilities.

 

STAFF CONTACT(S):

Cilimberg, Echols, Grant

 

LEGAL REVIEW:   NO

 

 

AGENDA DATE:

October 1, 2008

 

ACTION:     X          INFORMATION: 

 

CONSENT AGENDA:

  ACTION:             INFORMATION: 

 

 

ATTACHMENTS:   YES

 

BACKGROUND: 

On August 19, 2008, the Planning Commission held a public hearing for each of the Rosewood Village  special use permit amendment requests. The Commission, by a vote of 7:0, recommended approval of each with the following conditions:

 

SP 2008-00018 Rosewood Village (Greenbrier)

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

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

3.       Physical Therapy services to non-residents are allowed.

 

SP 2008-00019 Rosewood Village (Hollymead Town Center)

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

2.     Maximum usage is limited to ninety-six (96) residents in the facility.

3.       Physical Therapy services to non-residents are allowed.

 

DISCUSSION:

The Commission recommended condition three (3), “Physical Therapy services to non-residents are allowed”, be added because they wanted to make sure the use would be allowed and available to non-residents of Rosewood Village, particularly since both previously approved special use permits have conditions that state, “No part of the property may be utilized for any activities other than those directly related to the adult care residence.”  However, condition three (3) is not actually necessary because, in both requests, the underlying zoning (C-1 for Rosewood Village (Greenbrier) and PDMC for Rosewood Village (Hollymead Town Center)) already permits the physical therapy use for the general public. Therefore, unless conditioned otherwise, as was the case with the original special use permits, physical therapy services to non-residents are allowed by right.  

 

RECOMMENDATIONS:

Approval of Special Use Permits 2008-18 and 2008-19, each with conditions one (1) and two (2), but not condition three (3), as recommended by the Planning Commission.

 

ATTACHMENTS:

Attachment I:     Planning Commission staff reports, dated August 19, 2008

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