BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

T E N T A T I V E

NOVEMBER 13, 2013

COUNTY OFFICE BUILDING

AUDITORIUM

 

 

2:30 p.m.

1.                Call to Order.

 

Work Sessions: 

2.         County’s Five-Year Financial Plan.

3.         Solid Waste Services – McIntire Recycling and Southern Albemarle Convenience Center.

4.         CPA-2013-01. Comprehensive Plan Update.

5.         Recess.

 

6:00 p.m.

6.         Call to Order.

7.         Pledge of Allegiance.

8.         Moment of Silence.

9.         Adoption of Final Agenda.

10.       Brief Announcements by Board Members.

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

12.      Consent Agenda (on next sheet). 

13.       Recognitions.

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS:

14.       ____ Inoperable vehicles. Intent to adopt an ordinance to amend Sec. 9-500, Keeping of inoperative motor vehicles; removal, of Chapter 9, Motor Vehicles and Traffic, of the Albemarle County Code. This ordinance would amend Sec. 9-500 by adding and amending definitions pertaining to inoperable vehicles; by reducing from 2 to 1, in zoning districts other than the Rural Areas (RA) zoning district, the number of inoperable vehicles that may be parked or stored (“kept”) outside of a fully enclosed building (“outdoors”), imposing enhanced screening, shielding and covering requirements, and allowing two vehicles to be kept outdoors only for up to 180 days for active repair or restoration; in the Rural Areas (RA) zoning district, by continuing to allow up to two inoperable vehicles to be kept outdoors provided they are shielded or screened from view or covered; delineating the classes of authorized businesses to which these regulations do not apply; and by providing for removing and disposing of inoperable vehicles under prescribed procedures.

15.       ZTA-2013-00005. Inoperable vehicles. Intent to adopt an ordinance to amend Secs. 18-3.1, Definitions, 18-4.12.3, Prohibited Activities in Parking, Stacking and Loading Areas, and 18-4.15.7, Prohibited Signs and Sign Characteristics, of Chapter 18, Zoning, of the Albemarle County Code. This ordinance would amend Sec. 18-3.1, Definitions, by adding and amending definitions pertaining to inoperable vehicles; amend Sec. 18-4.12.3, by reducing from 2 to 1, in zoning districts subject to section 18-4.12.3 other than the Rural Areas (RA) zoning district, the number of inoperable vehicles that may be parked or stored (“kept”) outside of a fully enclosed building (“outdoors”), imposing enhanced screening, shielding and covering requirements, requiring that inoperable vehicles be kept only behind a line established by the front face of the primary structure on a parcel, and allowing two vehicles to be kept outdoors only for up to 180 days for active repair or restoration; in the Rural Areas (RA) zoning district, by continuing to allow up to two inoperable vehicles to be kept outdoors provided they are shielded or screened from view or covered; and delineating the classes of authorized businesses to which these regulations do not apply; amend Sec. 18-4.15.7 by making a technical clarification referring to inoperable vehicles.

16.       PROJECT: ZMA-2013-00003. 1306 Crozet Avenue (Signs #109&110). PROPOSAL: Rezone 1.09 acres from R-2 Residential  zoning district which allows residential uses at a density of 2 units per acre to R-4 Residential zoning district which allows residential uses at a density of 4 units/acre, to allow construction of  2 proposed units (with two 2 existing units) for a density of 3.67 dwellings/acre. ENTRANCE CORRIDOR: No.  PROFFERS: Yes. SCENIC BYWAYS OVERLAY: Yes. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: Crozet Master Plan-Neighborhood Density Residential – 3-6 units /acre; supporting uses such as religious institutions, schools and other small-scale non-residential uses in the Crozet Community. LOCATION: Intersection of St. George Avenue/Crozet Avenue (1306 Crozet Avenue). TAX MAP/PARCEL: 056A1010011400. MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: White Hall. (Deferred from October 9, 2013.)

17.       PROJECT: ZMA-2012-00003. Out of Bounds (Sign #6). PROPOSAL:  Rezone a 9.42 acre property from R-1 Residential (1unit/acre) to NMD Neighborhood Model District which allows residential (3-34 units/acre) mixed with commercial, service and industrial uses. Maximum of 56 residential units with the preservation of an existing residence on 0.68 acres for a proposed density of 6 units/gross acre. No commercial is proposed. ENTRANCE CORRIDOR: Yes. PROFFERS: Yes. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: Neighborhood Density Residential- residential (3-6 units/acre); supporting uses such as religious institutions, schools, and other small-scale non-residential uses in Neighborhood 7.  LOCATION: Located on Barracks Road (Route 654) across from its intersection with Georgetown Road (Route 656). 225 Out of Bounds Road, Charlottesville, Virginia 22901. TAX MAP/PARCEL: 06000000006500. MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: Jack Jouett. (Deferred from October 9, 2013.)

18.       PROJECT: ZMA-2012-00002. Riverside Village. (Signs #20&21) PROPOSAL:  Rezone 18.67 acres (TMP: 07800000005800) from R-1 zoning district which allows residential uses at a density of one unit per acre to NMD zoning district which allows residential, mixed with commercial, service and industrial uses at a density of 3 – 34 units/acre. 69 maximum residential units proposed for a maximum gross density of 4 units/acre for the entire parcel and a maximum density of 7 units/acre for the area designated for development in the Comprehensive Plan. Five (5) commercial buildings (up to 46,000 square feet) also proposed. Some floodplain disturbance for a mixed use development, including impacts to parking areas and recreational areas in association with concurrent special use permit application SP201300001. FLOOD HAZARD: Yes. ENTRANCE CORRIDOR: Yes. SCENIC BYWAYS: Yes. PROFFERS: Yes. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: Greenspace – undeveloped areas; Neighborhood Density Residential – residential (3-6 units/acre); supporting uses such as religious institutions, schools and other small-scale non-residential uses; and River Corridor – parks, golf courses, greenways, natural features and supporting commercial and recreational uses in DA Neighborhood 3 – Pantops Comp Plan Area. LOCATION: Located on the west side of Stony Pointe Road/Route 20 and the east side of Free Bridge Lane/Route 1421, approximately 350 feet south of the intersection of Route 20/Elks Drive. TAX MAP/PARCEL: 07800000005800. MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: Rivanna.

19.       PROJECT: SP-2013-00001. Riverside Village (Signs #20&21). PROPOSAL: Special Use Permit - under Section 30.3.05.2.2(3) of the zoning ordinance for fill in the flood hazard overlay district on approximately 18.67 acres (TMP: 07800000005800) to accommodate grading for buildings, parking and stormwater management and approximately .31 acres (TMP: 078B0010010100 through 303) to accommodate grading for road improvements on Route 20 in association with concurrent rezoning application ZMA201200002. ZONING: R-1 Residential which allows residential uses at a density of one unit per acre (TMP: 07800000005800) and C-1 Commercial which allows retail sales and service; residential by special use permit (15 units/acre) (TMP: 078B0010010100 through 303). FLOOD HAZARD: Yes. ENTRANCE CORRIDOR: Yes. SCENIC BYWAYS: Yes. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN:  Greenspace – undeveloped areas; Neighborhood Density Residential – residential (3-6 units/acre); supporting uses such as religious institutions, schools and other small-scale non-residential uses; Urban Density Residential – residential (6.01-34 units/acre); supporting uses such as religious institutions, schools, commercial, office and service uses; and River Corridor – parks, golf courses, greenways, natural features and supporting commercial and recreational uses in DA Neighborhood 3 – Pantops Comp Plan Area. LOCATION: Located on the west side of Stony Pointe Road/Route 20 and the east side of Free Bridge Lane/Route 1421, approximately 350 feet south of the intersection of Route 20/Elks Drive. TAX MAP/PARCEL: 07800000005800 and 078B0010010100 through 303. MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: Rivanna.

20.       PROJECT: ZMA-2013-00009. Albemarle Place/Stonefield (Signs #116&106). PROPOSAL: Request to amend the Application Plan and Code of Development to add a service station on property zoned NMD which allows residential (3 – 34 units/acre) mixed with commercial, service and industrial uses and to amend the introductory paragraphs in the proffer statement to revise the date of the Code of Development referenced therein.  No new dwellings or change in residential density proposed. PURPOSE OF NOTICE AND HEARING: Intention of the Planning Commission to make recommendation on the Proposal to the Board of Supervisors. ENTRANCE CORRIDOR: Yes. PROFFERS: Yes. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: Designated Urban Mixed Use (in Destination Center) – retail, residential, commercial, employment, office, institutional, and open space; Urban Mixed Use (in areas around Centers) – commercial and retail uses that are not accommodated in Centers; and Commercial Mixed Use – commercial, retail, employment uses, with supporting residential, office, or institutional uses. LOCATION: Northwest corner Hydraulic Road (Rt. 743) and Seminole Trail (US 29) in Neighborhood 1. TAX MAP/PARCEL: 061W0-03-00-019A0, 061W0-03-00-019B0, 061W0-03-00-02300, 061W0-03-00-02400, 061W0-03-00-019E2. MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: Jack Jouett.

 

21.       From the Board:  Committee Reports and Matters Not Listed on the Agenda.

22.       From the County Executive:  Report on Matters Not Listed on the Agenda.

23.       Adjourn to November 14, 2013, 4:00 p.m., Room 241.

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA

 

 

 FOR APPROVAL:

 

11.1      Approval of Minutes: July 3 and July 25, 2013.

 

11.2      SUB-2013-00144. Irvine White Waiver – Special Exception from Building Site Requirement under County Code Sec. 18-4.2.1(b).

 

11.3      Regional Emergency Operations Plan.

 

11.4      Road Improvement Priorities for Virginia’s Working Draft Fiscal Year 2015-2020 Six-Year Improvements Program (SYIP).

 

11.5      Acquisition of Conservation Easements (ACE) Ranking Order for FY 2013-14 Applicant Class.

 

11.6      FY 2014 Budget Amendment and Appropriations.

 

11.7      Resolution Designating Route 688, Midway Road, as Rural Rustic Road.

 

FOR INFORMATION:

 

11.8      FY 14 General Fund First Quarter Financial Report and FY 14 Revised Projections Report.

 

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