July 16, 2001, the Board of Supervisors approved the preliminary
plat for Phases 5 through 10 of the Reynard's Crossing
subdivision, which the applicant has now renamed Cedar Brooke.
Phases 5 through 10 include 100 single-family detached
lots. The applicant
is seeking final subdivision plat approval for Phases 5, 6, and 7,
which includes 53 lots.
property is located on the south side of Catlett Road (Route 28)
and the east side of Marsh Road (Route 17) near their intersection
in the Bealeton Service District.
Board of Supervisors' approval of the preliminary plat was subject
to its review of the final plan through the regular Consent
Agenda, due to the project's environmental sensitivity.
The applicant was to "…provide with construction
plans, prior to final plan submission, a post-conditions
floodplain study to determine whether construction of any
improvements (including, for example, roads, culverts, stormwater
management ponds, overlot grading, VDOT Rt. 28 design, and ball
fields which affect site drainage and the floodplain elevation)
will have any impacts on the lots adjoining the floodplain, the
property across the creek, and the road crossing culverts.
Any submitted final plans for this 100 single-family
detached subdivision must be submitted for review by the Board of
Supervisors through its regular meeting Consent Agenda, due to its
conjunction with the final design of the proposed development, the
applicant has received a Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) from the
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), which established a
new floodplain limit on the property.
Based on the revised floodplain limits, the applicant has
been able to keep impacts out of the revised floodplain.
Note #10 on the final construction plans states "There
is no fill placement (earthern or otherwise) proposed within any
known 100-year flood hazard area as shown on the Federal Emergency
Management Agency Flood Insurance Rate Map."
Based on the LOMR, the County Engineer indicates that the
final construction plans do not propose impacts on the new
final construction plans have been approved by the referral
agencies, including the Virginia Department of Transportation, the
Water and Sanitation Authority, John Marshall Soil and Water
Conservation District, the County Soil Scientist, and the County
Engineer. It is
staff's evaluation that the final construction plans and final
record plat are in a form to be approved once the improvement bond
is set and posted, which is anticipated to be posted within the
next week. The
detailed construction plans are available for review.