the appropriate referral agencies have reviewed this request
for conformance with the Comprehensive Plan, the Zoning
Ordinance, and other relevant policies and regulations.
Staff and referral agency findings, comments, and
recommendations are summarized below. The actual responses
from referral agencies are available upon request.
Engineering Office has reviewed the above referenced plan
and has the following comments:
Based on the information provided, the proposed fill
does not increase the flood heights or velocities on other
Fill from this project is not to preclude the
installation of the trail shown on the phase 1A approved
Office has reviewed the Special Exception and the following
comments need to be addressed:
State source of soil map as Preliminary Soils Report
via Type 1 Soil Report by Fauquier County Soil Scientist
Office, scale 1Ē = 400í.
Soils in map unit 110A are hydric and area is
potentially jurisdictional wetlands.
Areas of 200 are extremely variable in its
properties. A geotechnical study is recommended to
determine appropriate construction practices.
Areas of 2A have a low bearing capacity especially
when wet. A geotechnical study is recommended.
Areas of 415B have low bearing capacity when wet.
Construction activities are not recommended during periods
Warrenton Residency staff has reviewed the Special Exception
for a floodplain crossing on Route 673, and has no comments
at this time. All design issues will be addressed with the
Attachment 2 is a copy of the letter from the applicant to
VDOT outlining the proposed construction criteria that were
agreed upon during an April 11, 2006 project meeting.
Summary and Recommendation:
recommends that the Board of Supervisors consider the
Planning Commissionís recommendation.
any other Departments, Organizations or Individuals that
would be affected by this request:
Fauquier County Department of Community Development
The Virginia Department of Highways
Statement of Justification (4/20/06)
April 11, 2006 Meeting Summary
Special Exception Plat