The Board of County Supervisors of Albemarle County, Virginia, in regular meeting on the 7th day of September 2005, adopted the following:




            WHEREAS, the Department of Transportation recommends that the road described in the Board’s resolution adopted on September 7, 2005 be added to the secondary system of state highways as a no cost rural addition pursuant to § 33.1-229 and Commonwealth Transportation Board policy, because the road meets current minimum standards, the condition of the existing hard surface is serviceable, the road has provided continuous public service since its establishment in May 2004, and currently serves the public use as a turnaround. 


            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, this Board requests the following street be added to the secondary system of state highways, pursuant to §33.1‑229, Code of Virginia, and the Rural Addition Policy of the Commonwealth Transportation Board of the Virginia Department of Transportation as a no cost rural addition:


Name of Street:  Gold Mine Lane (State Route 1808).  Length:  0.12 miles. 

From:  Nelson County Line (Route 808.

To:       cul-de-sac.

Guaranteed Right-of-Way Width:  50 feet.

Plat Recorded, Date:  June 26, 2002.  Book:  2219.  Pages:  463-470.


            BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, this Board guarantees a clear and unrestricted right‑of‑way, as described, and any necessary easements for cuts, fills and drainage, and


            BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Resident Engineer for the Virginia Department of Transportation.



The road(s) described on Additions Form LA-5(A) is:


1)         Gold Mine Lane (State Route 1808) from the Nelson County line (Route 808) to the cul-de-sac, as shown on plat recorded 06/26/2002 in the office the Clerk of Circuit Court of Albemarle County in Deed Book 2219, pages 463-470, with a 50-foot right-of-way width, for a length of 0.12 miles.


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