7-302.1.A.2 requires a private street to connect directly to
a state maintained road. However, the Board of Supervisors
has the authority, in conjunction with a subdivision plan,
to modify this limitation provided the applicant can show
1. No other
remedy is realistically feasible;
Plausible alternatives have been exhausted;
3. To not
modify the applicable limitation would place an unreasonable
restriction on the use of
Properties through which access is planned will not be
as per Section 7-302.1.A.2, the Board of Supervisors may
consider, as an additional factor in granting such a waiver
that the proposed division is a family transfer.
Woods Lane is a paved surface and in its current condition
can manage the impact of additional vehicle trips per day.
Chestnut Woods Lane is the only access point to the property
and proposed division. Without the requested waiver, the
applicants cannot proceed with the proposed division as the
road frontage and access requirements cannot be met. Refer
to the attached subdivision plat.