Restore N Station Returns – 2018 Edition

Restore N Station gets points for persistence … note the dates at the bottom of this post. This has been going on for at least 8 years; it’s critical to pay attention to local government.

From Albemarle County’s site

Forgive the formatting … it’s theirs, not mine. Bolding is mine, however.

SP201700020 Restore’n Station. PROJECT: SP 201700020 Re-Store’N Station Amendment (amendment of SP 200900034) 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) OVERLAY DISTRICT: EC- Entrance Corridor PROFFERS: No COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: Rural Areas – preserve and protect agricultural, forestal, open space, and natural, historic and scenic resources/residential density 0.5 unit/acre in development lots…

1. Restoren Station Transmittal Summary, 2. Attach. A – SP201700020 Restoren Station Staff Report, 3. Attach. A1 – Map, 4. Attach. A2 – Aerial Google Maps, 5. Attach. A3 – Map Showing Zoning, 6. Attach. A4 – Resolution of Denial sp2015_32, 7. Attach. A5 – Applicant Justification, 8. Attach. A6 – Purpose and Intent of the Zoning Ordinance, 9. Attach. A7 – Albemarle County Comprehensive Plan, 10. Attach. A8 – Public Comments, 11. Attach. A9 – Information Submitted at the Dec 12 PC Mtg, 12. Attach. B – Planning Commission Action Letter, 13. Attach. C – PC 12-5-2017 Minutes



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One Reply to “Restore N Station Returns – 2018 Edition”

  1. Actually it goes by Legacy Markets. Lets get all the facts. It is a clean, well run
    place that is well liked by the Community. More than a few locals stop by there on a regular basis. Strange, how a beer joint that is closer to the road is held
    in higher esteem than a gas station/convenience store. It is no more a “Mega
    station” than IGA is a superstore. Hopefully the noise will be ignored and the people will be allowed to run their business and prosper…

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