CONSENT AGENDA REQUEST

Sponsor:

 Meeting Date:

 

Sharon McCamy, Lee District Supervisor

 

January 21, 2003

Staff Lead:

Department:

 

Frederick P.D. Carr

 

Community Development

Topic:  A RESOLUTION TO AMEND THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROFFER POLICY

 

This agenda item recommends a refinement to the adopted Board of Supervisors Proffer Policy, which was adopted on October 21, 2002 .  One section of the policy deals with unique circumstances that may justify Board of Supervisors consideration in its assessment of project impacts, and this proposed refinement adds historic features and rural viewsheds as an element for consideration.

Requested Action of the Board of Supervisors:

Consider adoption of attached resolution.

Financial Impact Analysis:

 

Identify any other Departments or Individuals who may be affected by this request:

 RESOLUTION  

A RESOLUTION TO AMEND THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROFFER POLICY  

            WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors, through the Fauquier County Comprehensive Plan, has established goals and objectives establishing the significance of preserving historic resources and rural viewsheds; and  

            WHEREAS, that significance needs to be included within the adopted Fauquier County Proffer Policy; now, therefore, be it  

            RESOLVED by the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors this 21st day of January 2003, That the following revision to B. Methodology and Policy Terms be, and is hereby, approved:  

            4. Fauquier County will continue to consider any unique circumstances about a proposed development that: (i) mitigate the development’s projected impact on public facilities; (ii) crease a demonstrable reduction in capital facilities needs; and (iii) provide for the preservation of Fauquier County’s historic features and rural viewsheds, including, but not limited to, our villages and settlements. Unique circumstances may include, but not be limited to, participation in regional road projects, affordable housing projects, or proposals that protect historic or rural landscape elements.