A RESOLUTION APPROVING SE03-S-30: A
CATEGORY 23 SPECIAL EXCEPTION TO ALLOW THE CROSSING OF A FLOODPLAIN TO
PROVIDE SITE ACCESS FOR COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT, SHENANDOAH DEVELOPMENT,
WHEREAS, the properties identified by PINs, 7906-83-2379-000,
7906-82-0818-000, 7906-82-6836-000, 7906-83-8247-000, and
7906-93-1223-000, adjacent to Route 29/15 in the New Baltimore Service
District, are planned and zoned for Commercial Highway (C-2) development;
access to this property from Route 29/15 requires a minor crossing of a
Section 5-2300 of the Zoning Ordinance allows such floodplain crossings by
Special Exception; and
the Applicant has requested a Special Exception pursuant to Section 5-2300
of the Zoning Ordinance; and
the Fauquier County Planning Commission has conducted a public hearing on
SE03-S-30 and has forwarded a recommendation of approval to the Fauquier
County Board of Supervisors; and
August 18, 2003
, the Board of Supervisors conducted a public hearing; now, therefore, be
by the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors this 18th day of
August 2003, That SE03-S-30 be, and is hereby, approved subject to the
- The applicant shall be required to obtain a
Conditional Letter of Map Revision (CLOMR) from FEMA for the culvert
installation prior to final construction/site plan approval.
- The applicant shall also be required to process a LOMR
upon completion of the culvert installation.
- The proposed stream relocation may require permits
from DEQ, DCR, VMRC and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Evidence of
applicable permits will be required prior to final construction/site
- Under no circumstances shall any use, activity, and
/or development adversely affect the capacity of the channels or
floodways of any watercourse, drainage ditch or any other drainage
facility or system which would increase flood heights and/or
velocities, on adjacent properties.
- Wetlands delineation shall be verified by U.S. Corps
of Engineers prior to final construction/site plan approval.
- The Applicant shall obtain VDOT approval of entrance
locations, line of sight, and separation distances prior to final
construction/site plan approval.
- This Special Exception only reflects an authorization
to cross a floodplain at the location identified on the Special
Exception Plat. Approval of the Special Exception does not infer
approval of any other development proposals, explicit or implied, that
may be shown on the Special Exception Plat.