of Supervisors conducted a public hearing on March 18, 2002 (refer
to Attachment 4), and action was postponed until the April 15,
Chairman Ray Graham has three minor refinements being
prepared for consideration. He
may wish to have these reviewed through the Citizen Planning
proposed changes are summarized as follows:
Sewer Service Area.
There are residential lots in the area opposite H.M.
Pearson Elementary School on the westside of Bastable Mill
Road (Rt. 603), and in the vicinity of Brookfield Drive.
The homes are beginning to report occasional problems
with their septic/drainfield systems.
Even though it is not intended to include the
properties marked in Attachment
1 for the Phase 1 – Sewer Service Area, the homes
need to be included within the overall Service District
boundaries for health remediation purposes, if deemed as such
by the Health Department, and qualify for sewer connection if
capacity and access are available.
- Catlett Sewer
2 identifies where the proposed disposal site for the
wastewater treatment plant and spray irrigation for the small
diameter step system is located.
That location is crosshatched and marked as B.
The area marked as A, B, and C is one parcel and zoned
RA. The map also
identifies a portion of the Phase 1 – Sewer Service Area.
The addition of A into the Service District would allow
flexibility for the internal transfer of residential density
from A and B to C consistent with applicable land development
areas marked A and C are not to be included in the Phase 1 –
Sewer Service Area, but may petition through the comprehensive
plan amendment process to add to the capacity of the planned
wastewater treatment facility, pending adequate disposal
capacity, at location B for a subsequent phase.
Note that Phase 1 – sewer capacity is reserved
exclusively for the Phase 1 – Sewer Service Area as marked.
- Village of
Midland Future Land Use Plan.
The pending acquisition of a portion of the Wampler
property for the County park has initiated a proposed change
for the future land use plan.
A portion of the park is located within the village
service district’s boundaries, and that area is identified
as A and marked in dots; refer to Attachment 3.
The village service district boundary’s edge is
represented by the Licking Run floodplain limits. The proposed
plan had that area delineated as low density residential (1
dwelling unit/acre), with approximately 35+ homes.
The proposed concept here is to transfer that land use
to the area marked as B, and would include + 70
location is a component of a larger area planned for a school
and park site which needs careful design due to the
Warrenton-Fauquier County Airport’s future expansion plans
and its resulting noise zone.
The changes will result in refinements to the plan maps and land use
illustratives, as applicable.