BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

T E N T A T I V E

MAY 6 , 2015

COUNTY OFFICE BUILDING

1:00 P.M. – AUDITORIUM

 

 

1.         Call to Order.

2.         Pledge of Allegiance.

3.         Moment of Silence.

4.         Adoption of Final Agenda.

5.         Brief Announcements by Board Members.

6.         Proclamations and Recognitions:

a.         Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for FY14. (Renee Hoover, President-Elect of the Virginia Government Finance Officers Association)

b.         Proclamation recognizing Jefferson Area Board for Aging (JABA) on its 40th anniversary. (Marta Keane, Chief Executive Officer)

c.         Proclamation recognizing May 3 through May 9, 2015 as Municipal Clerks Week. (Ella Jordan, Clerk, and Travis Morris, Senior Deputy Clerk)

 

7.         From the Public:  Matters Not Listed for Public Hearing on the Agenda.

8.        Consent Agenda (on next page).

             

1:45 p.m. – Action Items:

9.         Leasing of County Property in Crozet (Crozet Library, Old Crozet Depot). (Lee Catlin, Assistant County Executive, and George Shadman, Director of General Services)

10.       Adoption of the FY 16 Operating and Capital Budget. (Lori Allshouse, Director of the Office of Management and Budget)

 

Work Session with Action:

11.       ZTA-2014-3. Neighborhood Model Setbacks and Yards. (Ron Higgins, Chief of Zoning/deputy Zoning Administrator)

 

Recess

 

Transportation Work Session with Action:

12.       County’s Secondary Road Improvement Priorities/VDOT Secondary Six-Year Plan (SSYP) and County Recommendations for Projects in Six Year Improvement Program (SYIP). (David Benish, Chief of Planning and Gerald Gatobu, Principal Planner-Transportation)

a.         Presentation from Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission on House Bill 3 (HB2).  (Chip Boyles, Executive Director, and Will Cockrell, Planner, TJPDC)

 

Presentation:

13.       Route 29 Solutions Update. (Mark Graham, Director of Community Development)

 

14.       4:15 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. - Closed Meeting.

15.       Certify Closed Meeting.

 

6:00 p.m.

16.       From the Public:  Matters Not Listed for Public Hearing on the Agenda.

 

Public Hearings:

17.       Stagnant Water Ordinance. Intent to adopt an ordinance to amend Chapter 7, Health and Safety, of the Albemarle County Code by adding a new Article V, Division 2. Stagnant Water.  The proposed ordinance would establish provisions prohibiting any stagnant water, one inch of depth or more, in any swimming pool, hot tub, or container, which is not fully enclosed in a building, house or other structure and which is neither moving by artificial or natural means, nor chemically treated nor filtered so as to prevent the growth of mosquito larvae.  The proposed ordinance would also establish provisions for the removal of such stagnant water and penalties for any violations. (Ron Higgins)

18.       ZTA-2015-00004. Phase I Route 29 Solutions Business Package (Temporary Signs). Intent to adopt an ordinance amending Secs. 4.15.2, Definitions, 4.15.4A, Signs authorized by temporary sign permit, 4.15.7, prohibited signs and sign characteristics, and 30.6.5, Development exempt from requirement to obtain certificate of appropriateness, of Chapter 18, Zoning, of the Albemarle County Code. This ordinance would amend Sec. 4.15.2 by amending the definition of temporary sign; amend Sec. 4.15.4A to allow a second class of temporary sign permit where the temporary sign replaces a permanent sign required to be removed by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) in conjunction with certain described construction projects, and the temporary sign permit would be valid until project construction is completed or a permanent sign is installed; amend Sec. 4.15.7 to correct the cross-reference to Sec. 4.15.4A, and amend Sec. 30.6.5 to add an exemption from the requirement for a new certificate of appropriateness (CA) where the same or a new permanent sign is erected that complies with CA, where the prior sign was required to be removed by VDOT in the circumstances described above. (Mandy Burbage, Senior Planner)

19.       PROJECT: CPA-2014-00002 Colonial Auto Center Expansion. MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: Rio. TAX MAP/PARCEL: 04500000017300. LOCATION: East side of Berkmar Drive (Rt 1403), 400 feet northeast of intersection with Rio Road (Rt 631). PROPOSAL:  Request to allow expansion of Colonial Auto Center onto adjacent property. PETITION:  Amend Comprehensive Plan land use designation on 3.53 acres from Urban Density Residential which allows residential uses at 6-12 units/acre and supporting uses such as religious institutions, schools, commercial and office to Office/Research & Development/Flex/Light Industrial which allows commercial, professional office; research and development, design, testing of prototypes; manufacturing, assembly, packaging. ZONING: R-6, Residential up to 6 units/acre. ENTRANCE CORRIDOR: Yes. AIRPORT IMPACT OVERLAY: Yes. (Rachel Falkenstein, Senior Planner).

20.       PROJECT: ZMA-2014-00008. CMA Properties, Inc. MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: Rio. TAX MAP/PARCEL: 04500000017300. LOCATION: East side of Berkmar Drive (Rt 1403), 400 feet northeast of intersection with Rio Road (Rt 631). PROPOSAL: Request to permit the expansion of Colonial Auto Center operations, parking and inventory onto adjacent parcel. PETITION: Rezone 3.53 acres from R-6 Residential zoning district which allows residential uses at a density of 6 units per acre to HC Highway Commercial zoning district which allows commercial and service; residential by special use permit at a density of 15 units/acre. No dwellings proposed. ENTRANCE CORRIDOR: Yes. AIRPORT IMPACT OVERLAY: Yes. PROFFERS: Yes. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: Urban Density Residential which allows residential uses at 6.01-34 units /acre and supporting uses such as religious institutions, schools, commercial in Places29. Concurrent with CPA application CPA201400002. (Rachel Falkenstein)

21.       PROJECT: SP-2015-000005. CMA Properties - Outdoor Storage & Display. MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: Rio. TAX MAP/PARCEL: 04500000017300. LOCATION: East side of Berkmar Drive (Rt 1403), 400 feet northeast of intersection with Rio Road (Rt 631). PROPOSAL: To allow outdoor storage and display of inventory vehicles on east side of property within Rio Road Entrance Corridor. PETITION: Outdoor storage, display and/or sales serving or associated with a permitted use within the Entrance Corridor Overlay under Section 30.6.3 of zoning ordinance. No dwelling units proposed. ZONING: R-6 Residential zoning district which allows residential uses at a density of 6 units per acre. Concurrent with ZMA application ZMA201400008. ENTRANCE CORRIDOR: Yes. AIRPORT IMPACT OVERLAY: Yes. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: Urban Density Residential which allows residential uses at 6.01-34 units /acre and supporting uses such as religious institutions, schools, commercial in Places29. Concurrent with CPA application CPA201400002. (Rachel Falkenstein).

22.       PROJECT: SP-2015-000006. CMA Properties – Stand Alone Parking. MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: Rio. TAX MAP/PARCEL: 04500000017300. LOCATION: East side of Berkmar Drive (Rt 1403), 400 feet northeast of intersection with Rio Road (Rt 631). PROPOSAL: To allow stand alone parking to support adjacent Colonial Auto Center property. PETITION: Stand alone parking and parking structures under Section 24.2.2 of zoning ordinance. No dwelling units proposed. ZONING: R-6 Residential zoning district which allows residential uses at a density of 6 units per acre. Concurrent with ZMA application ZMA201400008. ENTRANCE CORRIDOR: Yes. AIRPORT IMPACT OVERLAY: Yes. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: Urban Density Residential which allows residential uses at 6.01-34 units /acre and supporting uses such as religious institutions, schools, commercial in Places29. Concurrent with CPA application CPA201400002. (Rachel Falkenstein).

23.       City of Charlottesville Request for a Gas Line Easement on Parcel 91-2E and the adjacent Founders Place public right-of-way. (Jack Kelsey, Transportation Engineer).

24.       From the Board:  Committee Reports and Matters Not Listed on the Agenda.     

25.       From the County Executive:  Report on Matters Not Listed on the Agenda.

26.       Adjourn to May 13, 2015, 3:00 p.m.


 

 

CONSENT AGENDA

 

 

FOR APPROVAL (action require):

 

8.1       Approval of Minutes:  July 2, July 9, September 3 and September 10, 2014.

 

8.2       FY 2015 Budget Amendment and Appropriations. (Lori Allshouse)

 

8.3       Resolution to accept road(s) in Dunlora Gates Subdivision into the State Secondary System of Highways.  (Rio District). (Glenn Brooks)

 

8.4       Resolution to accept road(s) in People Place Subdivision into the State Secondary System of Highways.  (Rivanna District). (Glenn Brooks)

 

8.5       ZMA-2012-00002. Variation from Riverside Village Application Plan and Code of Development. (Ellie Ray)

 

8.6       Northside Branch Library Lease. (George Shadman/Michael Freitas)

 

FOR INFORMATION (no action required):

 

8.7       FY 2015 3nd Quarter Cash Proffer Report. (Rebecca Ragsdale)

 

8.8       FY 15 General Fund Q3 Report; Revised FY 15 Revenue Projections Report; and Quarterly Economic Indicators Report. (Betty Burrell/Steve Allshouse)

 

8.9       County Grant Application/Award Report. (Lori Allshouse)

 

8.10      Office of Facilities Development (OFD) Capital Projects Status Report 1st Quarter CY 2015. (Trevor Henry)

 

8.11      VDOT Culpeper District, Albemarle County Monthly Report, May 2015. (Joel DeNunzio)

 

8.12      Board-to-Board, May 2015, A monthly report from the Albemarle County School Board to the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors. (Nicole Storm) 

 

8.13      Copy of letter dated April 16, 2015, from Ronald L. Higgins, Chief of Zoning/Deputy Zoning Administrator, to Schmidt Family Partnership, c/o Tim T. Schmidt, re:  LOD2015-00004 - OFFICIAL DETERMINATION OF PARCELS OF RECORD & DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS – Tax Map 121, Parcel 82H) – Scottsville Miller Magisterial District.

 

 

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