Restore N Station & Creekside at Albemarle Planning Commission – 5 December

For context, spend some time looking through this month’s CCAC meeting notes.

via email from Bill Fritz with Albemarle County:

The staff report for SP 2017-20 ReStore’n Station is now available online.  If you are not able to attend the meeting and want to provide comments to the Planning Commission please send your comments to me and I will print them out and distribute them to the Planning Commission at Tuesday’s meeting.  Any comments provided to the Planning Commission will automatically be added to the packet that is prepared for the Board of Supervisors.  At this time this item is not scheduled for the Board of Supervisors.  I will let you know as soon as a date has been set.

You can access the December 5, 2017 PC agenda and materials below.

Online

Dropbox

Hardcopies

The hard copies are still being copied and not done yet, I will send out an email once they are complete and ready for pickup.

*Note from Jim – I put the links to the dropbox & online in, rather than have them all strung out.


The Agenda is here.

Creekside (read the whole thing, really)

SUB201700146 Old Trail Creekside V, Phase II – Final Plat

MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: White Hall
TAX MAP/PARCEL: 05500-00-00-078C0
LOCATION: 6129 Jarmans Gap Road (Route 691) approximately one mile west of Crozet Avenue (Route 240)
PROPOSAL: Request for final plat approval of a bonus level cluster development to create 5 single family lots and one open space parcel on 4.107 acres with a proposed density of 1.217 units/acre. The application is utilizing density bonus factors for provision of significant landscaping in the form of street trees, dedication of land to public use not otherwise required by law, and for serving the development with an internal street. The applicant has requested two waivers to allow a cul-de-sac under Section 14-409 Coordination and extension of streets.

Conclusion

Staff’s opinion is that the request for an exception to the coordination of streets requirement is not appropriate because it would eliminate Jackson Lane as an interconnection between the streets in Old Trail Creekside and Jarmans Gap Road. This finding is based on the type of uses to be served, the design of the existing street network to which Jackson Lane will connect, and the goals of the Comprehensive Plan. No unusual situations such as topography, shape of the parcel, or site location apply to TMP 55- 78C. Staff recommends denial of the exception request because it does not meet the requirements of the Ordinance.

Restore ‘N Station

SP201700020 Re-Store’N Station Amendment

MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: White Hall
TAX MAP/PARCEL: 055B0000000100
LOCATION: 6115 Rockfish Gap Turnpike
PROPOSAL: Amend fuel dispensing conditions, hours of operation and update condition to reflect compliance with approved site plan. No change in permitted water use is proposed.

PETITION: Amend the existing conditions of SP200900034 which was a request to permit water consumption exceeding four hundred (400) gallons per site acre per day as permitted under Section 24.2.2(13) of the zoning ordinance. The site contains 4.06 acres.
ZONING: HC, Highway Commercial– retail sales and service; residential by special use permit (15 units/ acre)

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