Attachment 1




APRIL 4, 2002 

If it is the intent of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors to approve SE 01-S-15 for public utilities uses pursuant to Sect. 5-2000 of the Fauquier County Zoning Ordinance, the staff recommends conformance with the following development conditions: 

1.       The special exception is granted for and runs with the land indicated in this application and is not transferable to other land.

2.       This special exception is granted only for the purpose(s), structure(s) and/or uses indicated on special exception plat approved with the application, as qualified by these development conditions.

3.       In ensuring that the open space approved with this application is provided, no more than 975 total lots shall be permitted in all phases of the Brookside/Brookside Farm development, including previously approved phases of Brookside.

4.       Open space shall be provided in locations as generally depicted on the special exception plat datd and revised April 1, 2002.

5.       A portion of open space approved with this special exception shall be dedicated during each phase of development; however, the applicant may dedicate open space less than 30% with each phase provided that at completion of the entire project the open space shall equal 30%.  For each phase of development that does not provide 30% open space, a temporary open space easement shall be granted on the residue parcel that is equal to or greater than the required open space percentage.  This easement may be extinguished when the requisite amount of open space is dedicated.  Each final plat approval shall provide a tabulation section identifying the required dedicated open space total, the amount of open space in easement, and the amount to be dedicated with that particular phase.

6.       The applicant agrees that as part of the justification for reducing the open space in Brookside, the residents of Brookside shall have full access to the open space areas and associated facilities (trails, parks, active recreation areas, etc.) of Brookside Farm PRD as an integrated community.