Amended Resolution: April 13, 2006 Board of Supervisors evening meeting
A Resolution to Approve the
Third High School: SPEX06-SC-014, SPEX06-SC-015, and CCRV06-SC-003
WHEREAS, Fauquier County School Board owner and applicant, is seeking
Special Exception approval for a secondary school (the third high
school), an above ground sewer pumping facility and a Comprehensive Plan
Conformance Determination; and
WHEREAS, three discrete
applications are proposed:
SPEX06-SC-014 - Category 5 Special Exception to allow for a
secondary school in the Rural Agricultural zoning district;
SPEX06-SC-015 - Category 20 Special Exception requesting approval
of an above ground sewer pumping facility to serve the high school;
CCRV06-SC-003 - A Comprehensive Plan Compliance Determination;
WHEREAS, on March 30, 2006, the Fauquier County Planning Commission held
a public hearing on the proposed Special Exception and unanimously
recommended approval of the Special Exception applications, subject to
conditions and approval of the Comprehensive Plan Conformance
WHEREAS, on April 13, 2006, the Board of Supervisors conducted a public
hearing and considered written and oral testimony; and
WHEREAS, the Board of
Supervisors concurs with the Planning Commission and it has determined
that the application for the high school at this location is
substantially in compliance with the County’s Comprehensive Plan in
accord with the Code of Virginia, Section 15.2-2232 ; and
WHEREAS, the Board of
Supervisors has determined that the Special Exception applications
satisfy the standards of Zoning Ordinance Articles 5-006, 5-501, 5-502,
5-504 and 5-2301; now, therefore, be it
RESOLVED by the Fauquier County
Board of Supervisors this 13th day of April 2006, That
Comprehensive Plan Conformance Determination CCRV06-SC-003, Fauquier
County School Board, owner and applicant, be and is hereby approved and
SPEX06-SC-014 and SPEX06-SC-015 be, and are hereby, approved, subject
to the following conditions:
The Special Exceptions are granted for
and run with the land indicated in these applications and are not
transferable to other land.
The Special Exceptions are granted for,
and are to be in substantial conformance with, the purpose(s),
structure(s) and/or uses indicated on the Special Exception Plats
“High School #3” dated February 7, 2006 and received in the Planning
Office on February 13, 2006.
A Site Plan shall be required,
pursuant to Article 12 of the Zoning Ordinance.
Exception approval does not remove any Site Plan, Administrative
Special Permit, Special Permit or Special Exception approval
required for specific uses permitted in the RA zoning district,
pursuant to Article 3 of the Zoning Ordinance.
Exception approval does not remove any other approvals or permits
that shall be required from the County,
and other local, state or federal agencies.
and recreational lighting of the ball fields shall be consistent
with the requirements set forth in the Fauquier County Zoning
Ordinance. This shall include downward directed and shielded
architecture, building materials and landscaping shall be consistent
with the Special Exception Plat, and as described in the Statement
sewer piping and sewer pumping station and its related facilities,
constructed through the New Baltimore Service District, shall be
designed to accommodate only the wastewater needs of the high school
with its maximum capacity of 1500 students and projected employment
of 200. The extension of public sewer and water utilities and the
connection/sizing restrictions are consistent with Chapter 6 of the
Comprehensive Plan and the Board of Supervisors findings regarding
15.2-2232 of the Code of Virginia.
No additional connections to the
constructed sewer service line for the high school shall be allowed
within the New Baltimore Service District.
The applicant shall provide buffering
such as, but not limited to, vegetation or another equally
acceptable method on the perimeter boundary of all outdoor
competition recreation areas that directly abut adjacent
properties. The proposed method of buffering shall be depicted on
the final site plan. The applicant shall also maintain, to the
greatest extent possible, the existing vegetation in these perimeter
The applicant shall provide emergency
access to all athletic fields that are not directly accessible from
parking areas. The emergency access location and design shall be
reviewed and approved by the County Engineer and the Office of
Emergency Services prior to approval of the final site plan.
applicant shall satisfy and meet the Virginia Department of
Transportation (VDOT) requirements for all roadway improvements for
the approved use.
The applicant shall design and
construct all off-site roadway improvements essential to the high
school’s opening as required by VDOT.
shall consist of, but is not limited to: frontage improvements on
Rogues Road, as well as separate infrastructure plans for
intersection improvements and signalization at the Route 605
intersections with Riley Road and Rogues Road pursuant to VDOT
requirements and specifications.
The length of
necessary turn lanes will be determined by VDOT and County staff
during the final site plan review.
Entrance and frontage requirements shall
meet VDOT standards.
County Water and Sanitation Authority (WSA) requires that water
system modeling shall be finalized to determine whether the New
Baltimore Water System can provide adequate flow, or whether on-site
fire storage or system upgrades may be needed to provide required
fire flows prior to site plan approval.
Proof of provisions for adequate fire flow,
as outlined by the Office of Emergency Services, shall be required
with the first submission of the final site plans.
The WSA requires
an analysis to be performed of its sewage collection system and the
Brookside Pump Station and force main, to determine whether the
additional flows generated by the school will require any upgrades
to the sewer system.
The expense associated with the water and
sewer system extensions and/or system upgrades made necessary by
this project shall be borne by the School Board and shall be
designed and constructed in accordance with the WSA’s Utility
Standards Manual (USM).
State and Federal permits shall be filed with the first submission
of the final site plan. This includes the COE/DEQ wetlands permit.
Soils that are
characterized as being hydric, having hydric inclusions or a high
water table are generally not suited for dry ponds due to the fact
that these ponds can not be kept dry year round. It is advisable to
not utilize dry ponds for SWM/BMP in these areas.
The toe of the
embankment and all drainage structures shall be 25 feet from the
property line. This area is to have no trees or woody vegetation.
Landscaping shall not be in this area.
All travel ways
shall be a minimum of 20 feet wide unless approved otherwise by VDOT
and the County.
easements (grading, utility, etc.) shall have to be acquired prior
to final site plan approval.
Light poles and
retaining walls shall be restricted to no closer than 100 feet from
the property lines, per Section 5-502 of the Zoning Ordinance.