Owner/Applicant: Board of Supervisors Meeting Date:
Elizabeth A. Cook Community Development
Topic: An Ordinance to Approve Rezoning Request #RS02-L-06 Margaret Dyson Property
The applicant is requesting approval to
rezone the subject 16.0544 acres from C-1 (Commercial Neighborhood) to R-1
(Residential) for the purpose of creating a five-lot residential
subdivision. The property is
located in the
The Concept Development
Plan (CDP) indicates that four (4) of the proposed lots will access
The applicant has not submitted any revised information since the December Board meeting. However, the Board has scheduled a work session to discuss the recently adopted Proffer Policy in relation to this application. Background details for that scheduled work session are included under the work session agenda item entitled: Proffer Policy and Rezoning Request #RZ02-L-06, Margaret L. Dyson, owner/applicant.
The applicant's proposed proffers provide for a cash contribution of $3,500 per dwelling unit for which a certificate of occupancy can be obtained. However, the proffer further states that the contribution will be made at the issuance of a zoning permit for each dwelling. The proffer should be revised to delete the conflicting reference to an occupancy permit and a zoning permit. Please note that the existing home, if it is to remain on the residue lot, will not require a proffer contribution.
The applicant's proposed proffers provide for a deed restriction from further subdivision on the 11.62-acre residue parcel.
For comparison purposes,
the table below reflects the applicant's proffers, compared to the
County's Proffer Policy, adopted by the Board of Supervisors on
applicant's CDP and proffers provide for two (2) common entrances on
In December 2002, the Board of Supervisors amended the Comprehensive Plan to designate this parcel from Village Commercial to Low Density Residential.
Requested Action of the
Board of Supervisors:
Consider the attached ordinance to approve the Rezoning request.
Planning Commission held a public hearing on this case on
The Planning Commission staff reports are available upon request.