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|Sign Number:||41||Planning Application Number:||SP201700001|
|Planning Project Name:||North Garden Farmersí Market||Staff:||Scott Clark|
|P C Hearing:||3/21/2017||Board Hearing:||N/A|
|Status of Application:||Under review|
|Additional Information:||Sign 38 is also included|
|Legal Description:||SP201700001 North Garden Farmers' Market MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: Samuel Miller TAX MAP/PARCEL(S): 08800-00-00-006A1 LOCATION: Monacan Trail Road (US 29) and Red Hill School Road (Route 760) PROPOSAL: Farmers' market PETITION: Farmers' market under section 10.2.2.54 of the zoning ordinance ZONING: RA Rural Areas - agricultural, forestal, and fishery uses; residential density (0.5 unit/acre in development lots) OVERLAY DISTRICT(S): Entrance Corridor COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: Rural Area - preserve and protect agricultural, forestal, open space, and natural, historic and scenic resources; residential (0.5 unit/ acre in development lots)|
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