This should be interesting. Restore n’ Station wants a drive-through, more gas pumps, and an auto repair component. Updates from Adelaide proposed development, and an update about Downtown Crozet redevelopment.
Make some time, if you can. The meeting is at the Meadows this month, so no wi-fi. Darn it.
CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE
The Meadows, Crozet
Wednesday, January 20, 2016 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
1. Agenda Review. (David Stoner – CCAC chair)
2. Approval of Minutes.
3. Project Updates/Information:
a. Public Meeting – ReStore-n-Station Phase II (RS-n-S Representative, Bill Fritz Planner)
b. Discussion & Update – Proposed Rezoning for residential development – Adelaide (Kyle Redinger)
c. Update – Milestone Partners Update for Former Barnes Lumberyard Development (Frank Stoner) and DCI Update (Tim Tolson, Paul Grady)
4. Items not listed on the agenda.
a. CCAC open seats & officer nomination reminder
b. Albemarle County is hosting a Planning Academy on Thursday, January 21st from 5:30 until 7:30 in Room 241 of COB McIntire. This session is aimed to help give CAC members knowledge on the County’s planning policies and processes, and will focus on land use policy, growth management plans, the Comprehensive Plan, and web-based tools.
6. Future Agenda Items.
Letter sent out by the folks operating Restore ‘N Station (the BP gas station) on 250:
NOTICE OF CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING
FOR JANUARY 2016
DATE: JANUARY 20TH
PLACE: THE MEADOWS
5800 MEADOWS DRIVE
CROZET, VA 22932
AGENDA ITEM: RE-STORE’N STATION – PHASE II
(OPERATIONAL NAME IS MULBERRY STATION)
General Description: This is an informational presentation of the application to amend the existing Special Use Permit and the application for a Special Use Permit to allow a drive through service window.
The property address is 6115 Rockfish Gap Tpke which is a 4.06 acre parcel zoned Highway Commercial. The existing business – Mulberry Station opened in 2014 and has been in operation for over one year. During this period, the well water usage has been metered to document that the amount of water usage is within the allowed 1,625 gallons per day. The existing development actually uses 25% of this amount.
The Phase II Special Use Permit amendment request does not include any change to the well water volume allowed. It is to request two fuel dispensers be reinstated (under the existing fuel canopy) and expand the existing use to construct an addition on the existing building and provide for drive through window service (which requires a new Special Use Permit) for coffee/donuts/sandwiches and rental retail space on the first floor. The second floor will be office space for rent. A second building to the rear directly behind the new addition is for an automobile retail/repair business with second floor office space for rent.
The architectural elevations of the front and west side of the proposed buildings are shown on the attached sheet along with a photo of the existing building and site development plan layout.
If you are unable to attend this meeting and want additional information, please contact Albemarle County Community Development, William D. Fritz, AICP at 434-296-5823 extension 3242