RESOLUTION

 

A RESOLUTION DIRECTING THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO INSTITUTE THE ROAD ABANDONMENT PROCESS FOR A PORTION OF

CEDAR RUN DRIVE

 

            WHEREAS, upon recordation of the Phase Two, Millwood Subdivision Plat, a temporary turnaround easement and land for the extension of Cedar Run Drive to Virginia Route 678 was dedicated for public use; and

 

WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors of Fauquier County adopted a resolution directing the County Administrator to take the necessary actions to obtain a permanent cul-de-sac and to institute the road abandonment process for the portion of Cedar Run Drive, which is not currently in the State Secondary System of Highways; and

 

            WHEREAS, the Fauquier County Transportation Committee has considered the request to abandon the right-of-way for the future extension of Cedar Run Drive, and has requested that the Board of Supervisors consider withdrawing the authorization that the County Administrator institute the road abandonment process; and

 

WHEREAS, Virginia Code Title 33.1, Chapter 1, Article 12, Sections 33.1-156 et seq. set forth a procedure by which roads not in the State Secondary System of Highways may be abandoned; and

 

WHEREAS, on March 15, 2004, the Board of Supervisors of Fauquier County held a public hearing and received citizen comment on the proposed abandonment of the portion of Cedar Run Drive not in the State Secondary System of Highways; and

 

WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors wishes to institute the abandonment process for the aforesaid portion of road and to obtain a permanent turnaround (cul-de-sac) easement; now, therefore, be it

 

RESOLVED by the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors this 15th day of March 2004, That the County Administrator be, and is hereby, directed to institute the road abandonment process for that portion of Cedar Run Drive not in State Secondary System of Highways and to take all steps necessary to obtain a permanent cul-de-sac easement.