COUNTY OF ALBEMARLE
Leahs Lane Road Name Change
Approval of road name change of Leahs Lane to Ronins Way
Tucker, Foley, Davis, Cilimberg, Weaver
LEGAL REVIEW: Yes
November 5, 2008
ACTION: X INFORMATION:
Pursuant to Part I, Section 6 (e) of the Albemarle County Road Naming and Property Numbering Manual, road name change requests shall be forwarded to the Board for approval upon validation of the following:
That the landowners of more than fifty (50) percent of the parcels served by the road have signed a petition in favor of a common road name, and that the proposed road name is otherwise consistent with other road name guidelines set forth in the Manual (i.e., that it is not a duplicate name, is limited to three words, and does not exceed sixteen characters and/or spaces).
Goal One: Enhance the Quality of Life for All Citizens
Charles E. Lewis, III, the sole landowner of property served by Leahs Lane, submitted a request to change the road name of Leahs Lane to Ronins Way (Attachment A). The proposed name is a common road name within the meaning of the Manual and is consistent with the Manual’s other road name guidelines. A map showing the location of the road is attached (Attachment B).
There is no anticipated budget impact. The landowner will be responsible for costs associated with new signage.
Staff recommends that the Board approve changing the road name of Leahs Lane to Ronins Way and authorize staff to implement the change.
A – Charles E. Lewis, III Letter
B – Leahs Lane Map
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