A Resolution to DENY comprehensive plan amendment cpam05-ct-005 TO Allow FOR A high school
WHEREAS, Fauquier County School Board, applicant, has requested a Comprehensive Plan Amendment CPAM05-CT-005 to allow for the construction of a high school on the property identified by PIN 7904-66-5674-000; and
WHEREAS, the requested application for the Comprehensive Plan Amendment would allow for the inclusion of the proposed school site in the New Baltimore Service District and allow for extension of central utilities to serve the proposed school; and
WHEREAS, on March 31, 2005, the Planning Commission held a public hearing on the application and voted to recommend denial of the Comprehensive Plan Amendment to the Board of Supervisors for the following reasons:
1. The proposal for is not consistent with the Comprehensive Plan.
2. The proposal failed to demonstrate that there were no other alternatives available, nor did it show that any other options were pursued and then eliminated due to cost, location, or other reason.
WHEREAS, on May 12, 2005, the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors conducted a public hearing and considered the written and oral testimony; and
WHEREAS, the extension of public sewer and water utilities and the connection/sizing restrictions of said utilities are consistent with Chapter 6 of the Comprehensive Plan and the Board of Supervisors find that the request meets the standards of Section 15.2-2232 of the Code of Virginia; and
WHEREAS, the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors concurred with the judgment of the Planning Commission and finds that the Comprehensive Plan Amendment is not warranted for this request; now, therefore, be it
RESOLVED by the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors this 12th day of May 2005, That Comprehensive Plan Amendment CPAM05-CT-005, E.C. Investors, LLC, Owner, and Fauquier County School Board, Applicant, be, and is hereby, denied; and, be it
RESOLVED FURTHER, That the location of a high school on Route 605 and the provision of public utilities to the school at that location is hereby consistent with the Comprehensive Plan.