RESOLUTION TO APPROVE FREEMAN’S FORD CHASE: PRELIMINARY PLAT
PPLT05-LE-020 AND WAIVER OF SECTIONS 5-1 AND 8-1 OF THE FAUQUIER COUNTY
The Artery Group, LLC, contract owner/developer, is seeking a waiver of
Section 5-1, required inter-parcel connection, of the Fauquier County
Subdivision Ordinance; and
the contract owner/developer is also seeking to waive Section 8-1 of the
Fauquier County Subdivision Ordinance which requires curb and gutter;
they are also seeking approval of Freeman’s Ford Chase Preliminary Plat
PPLT05-LE-020 in conjunction with these approvals; and
the Fauquier County Planning Commission held a public meeting on
December 8, 2005; and
the Board of Supervisors has considered the written and orally presented
information on this application; now, therefore, be it
the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors this 8th day of
December 2005, That PPLT05-LE-020 and associated waivers be, and are
hereby, approved, subject to the following conditions:
- The Final Plat
shall be in general conformance with the Preliminary Plat entitled
“Ott Property” dated February 17, 2005, last revised October 24,
2005, signed by Michael Keith on October 24, 2005 and received in
the Planning Office on October 28, 2005, except as modified by these
conditions. This approval is for a maximum of eleven (11)
- The typical
sections shall be dimensioned the full width of the right-of-way,
from right-of-way line to right-of-way line, and the necessary 3
foot setback from back of ditch to the right-of-way line shall be
- Duey Street shall
be overlayed the full width of the road for the entire length of the
- If 21B is used in
pavement design, underdrain shall be provided.
- Any existing
utilities within the proposed pavement widening shall be relocated.
- The width of the
right-of-way shown on the plan for Duey Street shall match the width
shown on the typical section.
- All utility
crossings, including sewer, shall be as close to perpendicular as
- The entrances
along Duey Street shall either be combined or accessed from the
- Service connection
for Lot 11 shall be revised to minimize the area of the line under
the pavement and the bend in the waterline.
- Entrance width of
the proposed street at the intersection of Duey Street shall be 30
feet in width.
- The proposed name,
“First Street”, shall be changed.
- Trees within
street rights-of-way shall not be credited towards satisfying
Fauquier County’s tree canopy ordinance.
- The notes in
VDOT’s September 21, 2005 review letter shall be located on the
final construction plan.
- Houses shall not
be placed in swales or drainageways. These areas shall be preserved
to the maximum extent practicable.
- A final soils
report shall be required as part of the final construction plans. A
Virginia Certified Professional Soil Scientist shall field review
and adjust the Type I Soil Report to produce a final soils report.
- All necessary
State and Federal permits, including a COE wetlands permit, shall be
filed with the first submission of the final construction plans.
- A note shall be
placed on the final plat stating, “Basements are not recommended in
mapping units 74A, 74B, 78A, 79A, 417B, and 475B. A basement in
this mapping unit is subject to flooding due to high seasonal water
tables. Sump systems may run continuously, leading to possible
premature pump failure”.
- All discharged
water (mechanical or gravity) must be conveyed to the subdivision
stormwater collection system and discharged through the stormwater
management facilities. Drainage easements, where necessary, shall
be placed on the final plat.
- All culverts shall
be designed to pass the 10-year storm.
- No stormwater
runoff generated from new development shall be discharged into
jurisdictional wetlands without adequate treatment.
- An overlot grading
plan shall be provided as part of the Final Construction Plans. It
is to show downspout discharges and sump pump discharges.
- Proof of
provisions for adequate fire flow as outlined by the Office of
Emergency Services shall be required with the first submission of
the Final Construction Plans.
- A complete
landscape plan shall be required as part of the Final Construction