The applicant is proposing to develop a
975-lot residential subdivision in the New Baltimore Service
District on approximately 900 acres of land.
The assemblage of land includes the former Waterfield site
(currently approved for 667 dwelling units in a PRD zoning
district) along with other adjacent lands (Gerber tracts, etc.)
that are zoned R-1 (Residential).
The former Waterfield site is now referred to as Brookside
Farm, while the R-1 land is referred to as Brookside.
The applicant is seeking the following
comprehensive plan amendment in association with
companion proposals for various special exceptions, a
rezoning amendment and preliminary subdivision:
An amendment to include various properties in the AB-1 sewered area of
the New Baltimore Service District.
These properties are to the south and west of the former
Waterfield site, and are generally located between Riley Road
(Route 676) and Route 602 (Rouges Road).
With few exceptions, the current New Baltimore Service
District Plan calls for no sewer extensions on the south side of
The associated proffer amendment
application for the former Waterfield site is discussed under a
separate agenda request item.
In addition, the applicant has filed a preliminary
subdivision plat; however, that request will not be forwarded
until Board action on the other requests.
applicant has requested that these combined applications be
tracked concurrently through the public hearing process.
Because of the rezoning and comprehensive plan amendment,
this means the Board of Supervisors has one year from the
application acceptance date (May 30, 2001) to make a decision,
unless the applicant agrees to additional postponements.
public hearing on this case was opened on March 18, 2002, and left
open to allow for additional revisions to be made by the applicant
and for additional public review and comment.