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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VIRGINIA

PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA

AND PUBLIC NOTICE

Tuesday - November 20, 2007 NOTE: The 2,symbol indicates that an attachment accompanies the agenda item. These attachments are generally available the second or first Wednesday prior to the Planning Commission meeting, depending upon their release date. Any subsequent changes to this agenda prior to the date of the meeting, and more detailed information regarding agenda items can be found at www.chesterfield.gov/plan, or by calling the Planning Department at 804-748-1050 during regular business hours, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

12:00 p.m. C OMMISSION ASSEMBLES - MULTIPURPOSE ROOM, CHESTERFIELD COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BUILDING, 9800 GOVERNMENT CENTER PARKWAY. 12:30 p.m. WORK SESSION

I. Requests to Postpone Action, Emergency Additions, Changes in the Order of Presentation and Dinner Location Selection. II. Review Upcoming Agendas. (Any rezonings or conditional uses scheduled for future meetings.)

III. Review Day's Agenda. (Any items listed for the 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Sessions.) IV. Work Program - Review and Update. 2 V. Proposed Northern Courthouse Road Community Plan. (Deferred from August 21, 2007, Planning Commission Meeting.) 2 VI. Recess. 2 3:00 p. m. PUBLIC MEETING - MULTIPURPOSE ROOM, CHESTERFIELD COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BUILDING.

JOINT PLANNING COMMISSIONPRESERVATION COMMITTEE MEETING

I. Call to Order. II. Requests to Postpone Action, Emergency Additions or Changes in the Order of Presentation. III. Review Meeting Procedures. V. Consideration of the Following Cases. 08HP0153: In Matoaca Magisterial District, JOHN AND KIMBERLY HUGHES request historic landmark designation and amendment of the zoning district map for the GEORGE PERDUE HOUSE. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for single family residential use of one to five acres suitable to R-88. This request lies in an Agricultural (A) District on 3.3 acres and is known as 11410 Beach Road. Tax ID 745-654-8256. 2

08HP0154: In Matoaca Magisterial District, JOHN AND KIMBERLY HUGHES request historic landmark designation and amendment of the zoning district map for the PERDUE-MITCHELL HOUSE. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for single family residential use of one to five acres suitable to R-88. This request lies in an Agricultural (A) District on 5.2 acres and is known as 11400 Beach Road. Tax ID 746-654-1071. 2 VI. Adjournment.

REGULARLY SCHEDULED PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING I. Call to Order. II. Requests to Postpone Action, Emergency Additions or Changes in the Order of Presentation. III. Review Meeting Procedures. IV. Approval of Planning Commission Minutes. • October 16, 2007 Planning Commission Meeting Minutes. 2 V. Consideration of the Following Cases in this Order: • Requests for withdrawals/ deferrals. • Cases where the applicant accepts the recommendation and there is no public opposition. • Cases where the applicant does not accept the recommendation and/or there is public opposition.

06TS0211*: (Amended) In Dale Magisterial District, PATRICK CONSTRUCTION requests (1) relief to Section 17-76(h) of the Subdivision Ordinance to permit up to sixty-two (62) lots on one (1) improved public access and (2) to delete Conditions 28 and 37 of tentative approval relative to Section 17-76: limitation of fifty (50) lots on one (1) improved public access. This project is commonly known as AUTUMN GROVE (FORMERLY AUTUMN LEAF). This request lies in a Residential (R- 12) District on a 35.37 acre parcel lying approximately 1,700 feet on the west line of Stonebridge Subdivision (Sections 3 and 4), also fronting approximately fifty (50) feet on Koufax Drive and located at the terminus of Koufax Drive. Tax ID 774- 678-9980. 2

08PS0178: In Clover Hill Magisterial District, TASCON GROUP, INC. requests a twenty (20) foot reduction in the fifty (50) foot buff er along parts of the eastern and western property lines and permission to grade in ten (10) feet of that buff er. This development is commonly known as

TASCON-REAMS ROAD. This request lies in a Multifamily Residential (R-MF) District on a 21.77 acre parcel fronting approximately 580 feet on the west line of Reams Road, also fronting approximately 300 feet on the south line of Winter Hill Place. Tax ID 752-698-3368. 2

08TW0152*: In Bermuda Magisterial District, JAMES TRUMP requests a development standards waiver to Section 19-510(a)(1) of the Zoning Ordinance to park an RV trailer outside of the required rear yard. This development is commonly known as MILLSIDE SUBDIVISION. This request lies in a Mobile Home (MH- 2) District on a .20 acre parcel fronting approximately 65 feet on the east line of S. Swift Bluff Court. Tax ID 802-629-1660. 2

*These cases were deferred at a previous session by the Planning Commission.

VI. Recess (To Selected Dinner Location.) 6:00 p. m. PUBLIC MEETING AND HEARING - PUBLIC MEETING ROOM, CHESTERFIELD COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. (NOTE: AT THE AUGUST 21, 2007, MEETING, THE PLANNING COMMISSION TOOK ACTION TO CHANGE THE START TIME FOR THE SEPTEMBER THROUGH DECEMBER 2007 MEETINGS TO 6:00 P.M. WITHDRAWAL, DEFERRAL AND CONSENT ITEMS WILL BE CONSIDERED FROM 6:00 P.M. TO 7:00 P.M. AND CODE AND/OR PLAN AMENDMENTS AND CONTESTED ZONING and CONDITIONAL USE ITEMS WILL BEGIN AT 7:00 P.M.) I. Invocation. II. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America. III. Review Upcoming Agendas. IV. Requests to Postpone Action, Emergency Additions or Changes in the Order of Presentation. V. Review Meeting Procedures. VI. Citizen Comment on Unscheduled Matters Involving the Services, Policies and Affairs of the County Government regarding Planning or Land Use Issues. VII. Public Hearing: Consideration of the Following Proposals in this Order:

• Requests for withdrawals/ deferrals.

• Cases where the applicant accepts the recommendation and there is no public opposition.

• Plan or Code Amendments.

• Cases where the applicant does not accept the recommendation and/or there is public opposition.

... Code and Comprehensive Plan Amendments Relative To Traditional Neighborhood Development Mixed Use (TND-MU) Zoning District. 2

Amendments to the County's Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Ordinance that would establish a Traditional Neighborhood Development Mixed Use (TND-MU) zoning district. No property will be rezoned by these amendments but, if these amendments are adopted by the Board of Supervisors, the TND-MU zoning district would be available to landowners and the County for possible future rezoning actions. The proposed Comprehensive Plan amendment and the Zoning Ordinance amendments are described in more detail below:

Comprehensive Plan Amendment: An amendment to the Introduction to the Plan For Chesterfield ("Plan"). The amendment would add the following language to the discussion of neighborhood development goals and policies:

Traditional neighborhood development (TND) provides opportunities for creating new mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented, activity centers containing a variety of uses, including, business, retail, residential, cultural, educational, and other public and private uses. Traditional neighborhood development encourages physical community building at the neighborhood scale, while providing a range of housing choice. TND districts may be appropriate, subject to Board of Supervisors approval, for areas with the following Comprehensive Plan land use designations: Community Mixed Use; Community Mixed Use Center; Community Mixed Use Node; Regional Mixed Use; Regional Mixed Use Center; and Regional Mixed Use Node.

If adopted by the Board of Supervisors, the amendment will become part of the Plan, the County's comprehensive plan. The Plan is used by County citizens, staff , Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors as a guide for future decisions affecting the County including, but not limited to, decisions regarding future land use, road networks and zoning actions. The Plan does not rezone land, but suggests Ordinance amendments and other actions.

Zoning Ordinance Amendments: An ordinance to amend the Code of the County of Chesterfield, 1997, as amended, by adding Sections 19-41 and 19-200.1 through 19-200.12 relating to the TNDMU zoning district. A summary of the proposed ordinance amendments is set forth below.

The proposed amendment would add the TND-MU Traditional Mixed Use zoning district to the list of enumerated zoning districts.

The purpose/intent of the TND-MU zoning district includes, among other things, (1) allowing development of mixeduse, pedestrian-oriented, activity centers; (2) incorporating publicly accessible community open space; (3) encouraging high quality development/redevelopment; (4) permitting compatible mix of uses; (5) increasing number of permitted principal and accessory uses in a single district; (6) and encouraging high quality redevelopment by permitting regulatory flexibility and innovative and creative design. Applicable design principles include: (1) compact development patterns; (2) human scale development; (3) mixing nonresidential and residential land uses; (4) providing a community center and focus; (5) promoting mix of housing types on varying lot sizes; (6) encouraging in-fill residential and/or nonresidential development and redevelopment; and (7) incorporating narrow, interconnected streets with sidewalks, bikeways, and transit. The ordinances provide a number of definitions relating to TND-MU projects.

The TND-MU district would allow a number of uses, including among others, access to land in certain zoning districts; accessory uses, buildings, and structures; automobile self-service stations; bed and breakfast establishments; boarding houses; catering establishments; churches and other places of worship; clubs and lodges: civic, fraternal, non-profit, private, public, or social; cocktail lounges and nightclubs; colleges, public or private; communication antennas integrated into the design of a permitted building; communication offices, studios, and stations; not including towers; conference centers; convenience store; dwellings: attached, detached, duplex, live/work, multiple-family, single-family, townhouse, two-family; fire stations and emergency rescue squads, buildings and grounds; fraternities (in conjunction with school or college); funeral homes; galleries, art; government buildings; group homes; hospitals and other medical facilities; hotels; laboratories: dental, medical, and optical; libraries, public or private; meal preparation and delivery services; messenger services; model homes; mortuaries; museums, public or private; offices: dental, general, medical, project management, temporary real estate; parking lots: commercial, non-commercial, park and ride; personal service establishments; post offices; public utility service buildings; recreational establishments, commercial-indoor; restaurants and cafes: carry-out, fast-food, or sit-down; retail, general; schools, public or private; schools, specialty; sororities (in conjunction with school or college); telephone exchanges; theaters (except drive-in theaters); upon approval of the Director of Planning, other uses not specifically enumerated in this chapter that are of the same general character as specifically enumerated uses; and utility uses located underground or not requiring a structure.

The TND-MU district would provide for a number of restricted uses, including among others, check cashing, incidental, subject to limitations of §19-145(h); Christmas tree sales, temporary, subject to limitations of §19-152(h); construction buildings/trailers, temporary, subject to limitations of §19- 131(e); group care facilities, provided that facilities in excess than 10,000 square feet shall be limited to the Community Center, and group care facilities in Community Center shall have at least 50% of the groundfloor frontage that faces adjoining streets to include tenant spaces for commercial use with primary entrances facing the adjoining street; home occupations, subject to limitations of §19-65(e); intercoms accessory to permitted uses, not audible to any residential use; motor vehicle rental and repair, subject to limitations of §19- 159(f); outside display/storage, subject to limitations of §19-159(i); parks, public or private, not exceeding five acres of active recreational uses; pet grooming shops, subject to limitations of §19-145(d); plant nurseries not exceeding 10,000 square feet of total floor area; public address systems (outside), not audible to any residential use; recreational establishments / facilities, outdoor, not exceeding five acres; satellite dishes, subject to limitations of §19-131(h); utility uses requiring a structure, public or private, subject to limitations of §19-131(g); veterinary clinics or offices, subject to limitations of §19-131(f); and warehouses, subject to limitations of §19-138(i). If these restrictions cannot be met, these uses may be allowed by conditional use.

The TND-MU district would provide for a number of accessory uses, including among others, boat houses, private; docks, private; equipment storage buildings; garages, private; gardens and garden buildings, private; grounds keeping buildings; hothouses, residential; in-law dwelling units; maintenance buildings; microbreweries; piers, private; plant propagation and cultivation (not for sale): crop, flower, tree, shrub; signs; storage buildings, private; structures devoted to maintenance, grounds keeping and equipment storage; swimming pools and adjoining deck areas; tennis courts; tool buildings, private; and yard sales.

The TND-MU district would provide for the following conditional uses subject to provisions of §19-13: communication towers; halfway houses; liquor stores; and mini-storage/warehouse facilities. It would also provide for the following uses by special exception subject to provisions of §19-21: kennel, private; and yard sales in excess of 2 days.

In addition, the proposed ordinance amendments establish application procedures for approving an application for zoning to a TND-MU district, including among other things a requirement for a Master Zoning Plan and a Design Guidelines Manual, and the procedures for filing applications for an overall development plan, and site plan or subdivision plan approvals.

The proposed ordinance amendments also provide design standards and guidelines for projects in the TND-MU district: Among other things, these standards provide:

(a) Minimum project area requirement of 60 acres, or 20 acres for infill/ redevelopment projects if a 60-acre sphere of influence is established with existing adjacent neighborhoods; (b) Mix of uses in project design, providing for, among other things a horizontal and vertical mix of non-residential, residential, commercial and community center uses across the project and within buildings; (c) Minimum percentages and standards for open space, conservation, and outdoor recreation uses; (d) Maximum building height standards; (e) Minimum lot requirements and block standards as established in the applicable Overall Development Plan; (f) standards for public streets and motor vehicle circulation shall be designed to promote pedestrian and bicycle activity; (g) parking standards; (h) landscape and buff ering standards; (i) required tree and shrub plantings; (j) minimum planting areas for screen landscaping: (k) standards for lighting and street lights; (l) standards for signage; and (m) provisions for bicycle and pedestrian circulation.

Discussion may include all of the recommendations listed above. After the public hearing, appropriate changes or corrections may be made to the proposed amendments.

... Code Amendment Relative To Submission Of Subdivision Plats And Site Plans To State Agencies And The Deadlines For The County To Act On Such Plats And Plans. 2

An ordinance to amend the Code of the County of Chesterfield, 1997, as amended, by amending and re-enacting Sections 17-32, 17-33 and 17-45 of the Subdivision Ordinance and Sections 19-265, 19-268 and 19-269 of the Zoning Ordinance relating to submission of subdivision plats and site plans to State Agencies and the deadlines for the County to act on such plats and plans. In accordance with State Law, the proposed amendments would (1) require the County to submit certain plats and plans to State Agencies for review when approval of a feature of the plat or plans by the State Agencies is necessary; (2) establish deadlines mandated by State Law for the County to act on such plats and plans once approvals have been received from State Agencies or the State Agencies have failed to act within specified time frames; and (3) clarify in the County Code the time periods provided by State Law for acting on certain plat and plan submittals.

... Code Amendment Relative To The Regulation Of Farm Wineries. 2

An ordinance to amend the Code of the County of Chesterfield, 1997, as amended, by amending and re-enacting Sections 19-125, 19-227 and 19-301 of the Zoning Ordinance relating to the regulation of farm wineries. In accordance with mandates of state law, the proposed amendments would (1) allow on Agriculturally zoned land the sale of wine-related items that are incidental to the sale of wine at a farm winery licensed under state law; (2) exempt the sale or consumption of wine at a licensed farm winery from the County Code requirement to obtain a conditional use permit for commercial facilities seeking to sell alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption within 500 linear feet of certain schools; and (3) include licensed farm wineries within the definition of "farm" in the County's zoning ordinance.

... 08SN0127: In Matoaca Magisterial District, REBKEE CO. requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Agricultural (A) to Neighborhood Business (C-2). The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for neighborhood shopping center uses. This request lies on 8.7 acres located in the southwest quadrant of the intersection of Beach and Winterpock Roads. Tax ID 721- 655-5165. 2

08SN0139: In Clover Hill Magisterial District, COLONY CROSSING LLC requests amendment to Conditional Use Planned Development (Case 86S117) and amendment of zoning district map to permit a veterinary hospital. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for community mixed use uses. This request lies in a Neighborhood Business (C-2) District on 5.7 acres fronting approximately 720 feet on the west line of Charter Colony Parkway approximately 700 feet south of Old Hundred Road. Tax ID 728-691-0334. 2

08SN0140: In Bermuda Magisterial District, ROGER H. HABECK requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Community Business (C-3) to General Business (C-5). The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for general commercial use. This request lies on 8.0 acres lying approximately 130 feet off the west line of Jeff erson Davis Highway, measured from a point approximately 650 feet north of Chippenham Parkway. Tax IDs 789-687- 7442 and 8665. 2

08SN0142: In Matoaca Magisterial District, CENTEX HOMES requests Conditional Use and amendment of zoning district map to permit private recreational facilities on 2.9 acres of a 210.2 acre tract. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for conservation/ recreation and residential use of 2.0 units per acre or less. This request lies in a Residential (R-9) District and located in the northeast quadrant of the intersection of Genito and Otterdale Roads. Tax IDs 714-687-3037; 715-686-2343 and 9794; and 716-686-4016. 2

08SN0143: In Dale Magisterial District, IRON BRIDGE HOLDINGS, LLC requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Residential (R-15) to Neighborhood Business (C- 2). The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for residential use of 1.0-2.5 dwelling units per acre. This request lies on 0.4 acre fronting approximately 110 feet on the north line of Deerfield Drive approximately 250 feet west of Iron Bridge Road. Tax ID 768-664- 7853. 2

08SN0144: In Matoaca Magisterial District, ALLEN M. TWEDT C/O HOLIDAY SIGNS, INC. requests Conditional Use and amendment of zoning district map to permit a computer-controlled, variable message, electronic sign. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for community mixed use uses. This request lies in a General Business (C-5) District on 5.2 acres fronting approximately 400 feet on the north line of Hull Street Road approximately 1,160 feet west of Woodlake Village Parkway. Tax ID 718-671-9062. 2

08SN0148: In Midlothian Magisterial District, CALVARY GOSPEL CHURCH requests Conditional Use and amendment of zoning district map to permit a child care facility and private school in a Residential (R-7) District. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for general commercial/light industrial and residential use of 4 units per acre or less. This request lies on 3.1 acres known as 2200 Pickens Road. Tax ID 768- 698-6153. 2

08SN0149: In Dale Magisterial District, SHANNON E. FISHER requests amendment to Conditional Use Planned Development (Case 87S133) and amendment of zoning district map to permit a commercial kennel (dog boarding) without outside runs. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for regional mixed use uses. This request lies in a Corporate Office (O-2) District on 0.9 acre fronting approximately 120 feet on the east line of Ridgedale Parkway approximately 550 feet northwest of Iron Bridge Road. Tax ID 776-687-8697. 2

08PD0172: In Matoaca Magisterial District, CHESTERFIELD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD requests Substantial Accord Determination and amendment of zoning district map to permit expansion of an elementary school. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for residential use of 1.5 units per acre or less. This request lies in a Residential (R-7) District on 2.9 acres fronting approximately 190 feet on the west line of Lee Street approximately 350 feet south of River Road. Tax IDs 778-608- 5269 and 5480. 2

03SN0203*: In Bermuda Magisterial District, ROLLING RIDGE LLC requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Light Industrial (I- 1) and Residential (R-7) to Multifamily Residential (R-MF) plus Conditional Use Planned Development to permit exceptions to Ordinance requirements. Residential use of up to ten (10) units per acre is permitted in a Multifamily Residential (RMF) District. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for residential use of 2.51 to 4.0 units per acre with high density residential, communityscale commercial or corporate office uses appropriate under certain circumstances. This request lies on 40.2 acres fronting approximately seventy-five (75) feet on the north line of Rio Vista Street approximately 350 feet east of Jeff erson Davis Highway, also fronting approximately 1,800 feet on the south line of Route 288 approximately 350 feet east of Jeff erson Davis Highway. Tax IDs 797-661-5231 and 798-661-2276. 2

05SN0239*: (Amended) In Clover Hill Magisterial District, THE CHEATHAM FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Agricultural (A) to Community Business (C-3) with Conditional Use to permit multifamily and townhouse uses plus Conditional Use Planned Development to permit exceptions to Ordinance requirements. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for regional mixed use uses. This request lies on 63.5 acres fronting approximately 550 feet on the north line of Hull Street Road, also fronting approximately 2,400 feet on the west line of Route 288 and located in the northwest quadrant of the intersection of these roads. Tax IDs 733-680-Part of 9439; 734-678- 2276; and 734-681-0526 and 3904. 2

06SN0220*: In Dale Magisterial District, BROOKSTONE BUILDERS requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Agricultural (A) and Residential (R-12) to Residential (R-15). Residential use of up to 2.9 units per acre is permitted in a Residential (R-15) District. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for residential use of 1.0-2.5 dwelling units per acre. This request lies on 188 acres fronting in two (2) places approximately 1,250 feet on the north line of Jacobs Road, also fronting approximately 1,150 feet on the west line of Fordham Road and lying at the southern termini of Double Tree Lane and Land Grant Drive and the western termini of Barefoot Trail and Quail Ridge Road. Tax IDs 753-680-Part of 5601; 753-684-4148; 754-681-5861; 755-683- 7406; 756-683-5406; 757-682-0789 and 3089; and 757-683-1431 and 1912.,

07PD0248*: In Clover Hill Magisterial District, CHESTERFIELD COUNTY PARKS AND RECREATION requests Substantial Accord Determination and amendment of zoning district map to permit an expansion of the proposed Providence Park site. This request lies in an Agricultural (A) District on 10.0 acres fronting approximately 1,560 feet on the south line of Powhite Parkway at the western termini of Academy Drive. Tax ID 743-693-5361. 2

07SN0282*: (Amended) In Midlothian Magisterial District, LUCAS PROPERTIES, LLC requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Residential (R-40) to Residential (R-15). Residential use of 2.90 units per acre is permitted in a Residential (R-15) District. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for medium density residential use of 1.51 to 4.0 units per acre. This request lies on 12.1 acres fronting approximately 670 feet on the southwest line of Robious Road approximately 120 feet west of Corner Rock Road, also fronting approximately 600 feet on the west line of Corner Rock Road approximately 240 feet south of Robious Road. Tax IDs 734-717-9054 and 735-717-1268, 1405 and 2943. 2

07SN0333*: In Midlothian Magisterial District, CHESTERFIELD COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Residential (R-7), Neighborhood Business (C-2), Community Business (C- 3), Regional Business (C-4) and General Business (C-5) to Regional Business (C-4) with Conditional Use to permit multifamily and townhouse uses plus Conditional Use Planned Development to permit exceptions to Ordinance requirements. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for regional mixed use. This request lies on 83 acres located in the southwest quadrant of Midlothian Turnpike and Chippenham Parkway, also fronting on the north line of Cloverleaf Drive and the northern terminus of Starview Lane. Tax IDs 764-705-3864, 6668 and 8227; 764-706-3159-00001 and 00002 and 8861-00001 and 00002; 764- 707-6112-00001 and 00002; 765-704-2693; 765-705-4651, 5781, 7651 and 7962; 765- 706-1010-00001 and 00002, 4170, 6964, 8068 and 8842; and 765-707-6600. 2

07SN0340*: In Matoaca Magisterial District, FRANCIS BEERS requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Agricultural (A) to Residential (R-12). Residential use of up to 3.63 units per acre is permitted in a Residential (R-12) District. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for residential use of 1-5 acre lots, suited to R-88 zoning. This request lies on 250.1 acres fronting in two (2) places for approximately 320 feet on the west line of Qualla Road and lying at the northern termini of Springhouse Drive and Belcherwood Road. Tax IDs 740-667- 8769; 741-669-3736; 743-668-1461; and 744-668-7309. 2

07SN0341*: In Bermuda Magisterial District, ACQUISITIONS PLUS LLC requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Light Industrial (I-1) and Residential (R-7) to Residential Townhouse (R-TH). Residential use of up to 8.0 units per acre is permitted in a Residential Townhouse (R-TH) District. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for residential use of 2.5-4 units per acre. This request lies on 16.9 acres fronting approximately 920 feet on the north and south lines of Gayland Avenue approximately 600 feet east of Jeff erson Davis Highway. Tax IDs 792-678- 1855, 2312, 2756, 3614, 3859, 4762, 5018, 5765, 6322, 6667, 7626, 7770, 8673 and 9532; and 793-678-0077. 2

07SN0357*: In Midlothian Magisterial District, HOWARD AND DIANE CANADA request rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Agricultural (A) to Residential (R-12) of 6.8 acres plus proff ered conditions on an existing zoned Residential (R-12) 0.5 acre tract. Residential use of up to 3.63 units per acre is permitted in a Residential (R- 12) District. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for medium density residential use of 1.51 to 4.0 units per acre. This request lies on 7.3 acres fronting approximately 690 feet on the north line of Old Buckingham Road approximately 200 feet east of Unison Drive and located at the eastern terminus of Little Pond Lane. Tax IDs 734-710-6379, 7448 and 7726; and 735-710-0037. 2

07SN0386*: In Bermuda Magisterial District, BROAD STREET PARTNERS COMMERCIAL LLP requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Agricultural (A), Community Business (C-3), General Business (C- 5) and Residential (R-7) to Community Business (C-3) with Conditional Use to permit multifamily uses plus Conditional Use Planned Development to permit light industrial uses and exceptions to Ordinance requirements. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for general commercial and residential use of 7.01 to 10.0 units per acre and under certain circumstances more intense uses such as high density residential, commercial and industrial uses. This request lies on 190.8 acres fronting approximately 1,340 feet in two (2) places on the east line of Jeff erson Davis Highway north of Redwater Ridge Road approximately 1,000 feet on the south line of Osborne Road and approximately 1,820 feet on the west line of I-95. Tax IDs 798-656-4174, 7198 and 8099; 798-657- 0830, 3703 and 5657; 799-655-4194; 799- 656-0212; 799-657-3802; 800-656-5991; 800-658-9359; and 799-658-Part of 6575. 2

08SN0105*: In Clover Hill Magisterial District, STYLECRAFT HOMES DEVELOPMENT CORP. requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Neighborhood Business (C-2) and Community Business (C-3) to Community Business (C-3) with Conditional Use to permit multifamily and townhouse uses on 15.5 acres plus Conditional Use Planned Development to permit exceptions to Ordinance requirements on the entire 20.6 acres. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for general commercial and light industrial uses. This request fronts approximately 740 feet on the south line of Midlothian Turnpike approximately 150 feet west of Tuxford Road. Tax ID 751-706-3789. 2

08SN0106*: In Midlothian Magisterial District, HAMID M. GHORASHI AND DIANNA M. WATERS request rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Residential (R-7) to Convenience Business (C-1) plus Conditional Use Planned Development to permit exceptions to Ordinance requirements. The density of such amendments will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for village fringe area uses. This request lies on 1.3 acres fronting approximately 80 feet on the north line of Midlothian Turnpike approximately 360 feet west of Village Mill Drive. Tax ID 727-708-7371. 2

08SN0107*: In Matoaca Magisterial District, PRISTINE DEVELOPMENT LLC requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Agricultural (A) and Residential (R-9) to Residential (R-12) plus Conditional Use Planned Development to permit exceptions to Ordinance requirements. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for residential use of 1.01-2.5 units per acre. This request lies on 71.5 acres lying approximately 2,070 feet off the south line of Woodpecker Road measured at its intersection with Lakeview Road. Tax IDs 789-619-4223 and 790-618- 0133. 2

08SN0111*: In Bermuda Magisterial District, TWIN RIVERS LLC requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from General Industrial (I-2) to General Business (C-5) with Conditional Use to permit multifamily and townhouse uses plus Conditional Use Planned Development to permit exceptions to Ordinance requirements. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for light industrial use. This request lies on 69.9 acres located in the southwest quadrant of Meadowville and North Enon Church Roads. Tax IDs 823-659-3856, 6573 and 9483; 823-660- 4049; and 824-659-2386, 5689 and 8890. 2

*These cases were deferred at a previous session by the Planning Commission. VIII. Citizen Comment on Unscheduled Matters Involving the Services, Policies and Affairs of the County Government regarding Planning or Land Use Issues. IX. Adjournment.

All persons favoring, opposing or interested in the above are invited to appear at the time and place herein stated, and may speak in accordance with Chesterfield County Planning Commission Bylaws and Suggested Practices and Procedures (www.chesterfield.gov/plan). Copies of the above cases, proposals and related information are on file in the County Administrator's Office (Room 505) at the Chesterfield County Administration Building and in the Planning Department at the Chesterfield County Community Development Building, 9800 Government Center Parkway, Chesterfield, Virginia, for public examination during regular business hours, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

 Kirkland A. Turner, Director Planning Department

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PUBLIC NOTICE Take notice that the Board of Supervisors of Chesterfield County, Virginia, at a regular scheduled meeting on November 28, 2007, at 6:30 p.m. in the County Public Meeting Room at the Chesterfield Administration Building, Rt. 10 and Lori Road, Chesterfield, Virginia, will hold a public hearing where persons affected may appear and present their views to consider: An ordinance to amend the Code of the County of Chesterfield, 1997, as amended, by adding sections 9-250 through 9-256 relating to a transportation Impact Fee ("IF") system to fund and recapture the cost of providing reasonable road improvements. Also to be considered are changes to the County's Comprehensive Plan ("CP") relating to the IF program and adoption of an Impact Fee Road Improvements Plan ("IFRIP"). The amount of the proposed IF is $5,820 per residential dwelling unit. The legal authority for enactment of the IF is found in Article 8, Chapter 22 of Title 15.2 of the Code of Virginia and more particularly in Va. Code §15.2-2319.

Comprehensive Plan Amendment/Impact Fee Road Improvements Plan: If adopted by the Board of Supervisors ("Board"), the IFRIP will become part of the CP, which does not rezone land but is used as a guide for future land use and transportation decisions. The IFRIP shows road improvements that could be constructed as part of the IF system. The IF service area to be designated within the CP is comprised of the entire County. The IFRIP is based on a needs assessment that concludes that a number of roads may need to be constructed, improved and/or expanded based on projected new development for the next 20 years. A listing of transportation improvements is available in the complete needs assessment study. The assumptions which form the basis of the study include the County's current growth projections, the County's Thoroughfare Plan, a projection of Road Improvement costs and a computer-based TP+ transportation model. The study is available to be examined and copied at the Transportation Dept. during normal business hours.

Text of Impact Fee Ordinance Amendment: The proposed ordinance would establish an IF system to fund reasonable road improvements benefiting new residential development and provide for IF service areas through the CP which may include the entire County as a single IF service area. It would provide that the impact fee: (1) be calculated for a specific development no later than final subdivision or site plan approval; (2) be paid prior to issuance of a building permit unless the owner has provided a bond or a letter of credit; and (3) may be appealed to the Board of Zoning Appeals. It would establish a method for determining the IF amount and appropriate credits in accordance with state law. It also would require: (1) that the Board update the IFRIP and fee schedule at least every 2 years, (2) that a separate road improvement account be established for funds collected from each IF service area, and (3) that refunds of IF be paid per state law.

The ordinance and information concerning the IF are available for examination at the Transp. Dept., 9800 Gov't Center Parkway, Chesterfield, VA, and at the County Administrator's Office (Room 505) at the Chesterfield County Admin. Bldg, during normal business hours.

The hearing is held at a public facility designed to be accessible to persons with disabilities. Any persons with questions on the accessibility of the facility or need for reasonable accommodations should contact Janice Blakley, Clerk to the Board, at 748-1200. Persons needing interpreter services for the deaf must notify the Clerk no later than Wednesday, November 21, 2007.

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PUBLIC NOTICE Take notice that the Board of Supervisors of Chesterfield County, Virginia, at a regular scheduled meeting on November 28, 2007, at 6:30 p.m. in the County Public Meeting Room at the Chesterfield Administration Building, Rt. 10 and Lori Road, Chesterfield, Virginia, will hold a public hearing where persons affected may appear and present their views to consider:

An Ordinance to amend the Code of the County of Chesterfield, 1997, as amended, by amending and reenacting Section 13-51 relating to vehicle license fee exemption for certain public safety personnel.

Copies of the above proposal and related information are on file in the County Administrator's Office (Room 505) at the Chesterfield County Administration Building, for public examination between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. of each regular business day. If further information is needed, please contact the County Attorney's Office at 748-1491 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. The hearing is held at a public facility designed to be accessible to persons with disabilities. Any persons with questions on the accessibility of the facility or need for reasonable accommodations should contact Janice Blakley, Clerk to the Board, at 748-1200. Persons needing interpreter services for the deaf must notify the Clerk to the Board no later than Wednesday, November 21, 2007.

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PUBLIC NOTICE Take notice that the Board of Supervisors of Chesterfield County, Virginia, at a regular scheduled meeting on November 28, 2007, at 6:30 p.m. in the County Public Meeting Room at the Chesterfield Administration Building, Rt. 10 and Lori Road, Chesterfield, Virginia, will hold a public hearing where persons affected may appear and present their views to consider:

An Ordinance to amend the Code of the County of Chesterfield, 1997, as amended, by amending and reenacting Section 19-5 relating to penalties for violation of the ordinances regarding the number of unrelated persons in single family dwellings.

Copies of the above proposal and related information are on file in the County Administrator's Office (Room 505) at the Chesterfield County Administration Building, for public examination between the hours of 8:30 a. m. and 5:00 p. m. of each regular business day. If further information is needed, please contact the County Attorney's Office at 748-1491 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

The hearing is held at a public facility designed to be accessible to persons with disabilities. Any persons with questions on the accessibility of the facility or need for reasonable accommodations should contact Janice Blakley, Clerk to the board, at 748-1200. Persons needing interpreter services for the deaf must notify the Clerk to the Board no later than Friday, November 23, 2007.

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PUBLIC NOTICE The Board of Supervisors of Chesterfield County, on Wednesday, November 28, 2007, beginning at 6:30p. m., in the Public Meeting Room at the Chesterfield County Administration Building, Chesterfield, Virginia, will consider the following requests:

(NOTE: THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AT A PREVIOUS SESSION DEFERRED THE FOLLOWING CASES. THE BOARD'S PROCEDURES STATE THAT SINCE A MAJORITY OF THE BOARD WAS NOT RE-ELECTED, NO ZONING CASE SHALL BE CONSIDERED BY THE BOARD UNTIL THE ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING IN JANUARY 2008, UNLESS THE BOARD UNANIMOUSLY SUSPENDS THE RULES.)

07SN0333*: In Midlothian Magisterial District, CHESTERFIELD COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Residential (R-7), Neighborhood Business (C-2), Community Business (C-3), Regional Business (C-4) and General Business (C-5) to Regional Business (C-4) with Conditional Use to permit multifamily and townhouse uses plus Conditional Use Planned Development to permit exceptions to Ordinance requirements. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for regional mixed use. This request lies on 83 acres located in the southwest quadrant of Midlothian Turnpike and Chippenham Parkway, also fronting on the north line of Cloverleaf Drive and the northern terminus of Starview Lane. Tax IDs 764-705-3864, 6668 and 8227; 764-706-3159-00001 and 00002 and 8861-00001 and 00002; 764-707-6112-00001 and 00002; 765-704-2693; 765-705-4651, 5781, 7651 and 7962; 765-706-1010- 00001 and 00002, 4170, 6964, 8068 and 8842; and 765- 707-6600.

07SN0157*: (Amended) In Matoaca Magisterial District, OTTERDALE VENTURE, LLC requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Agricultural (A) and General Business (C- 5) to Community Business (C-3) of 107 acres with Conditional Use to permit multifamily residential use and an above-ground utility structure (water storage tank) and to Residential Townhouse (R-TH) of seventy-one (71) acres plus Conditional Use Planned Development to permit exceptions to Ordinance requirements. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for community mixed use and residential use of 2.0 units per acre or less. This request lies on 178.0 acres fronting approximately 1,500 feet on the north line of Hull Street Road, also fronting in two (2) places for a total of approximately 3,500 feet on the west line of Otterdale Road and located in the northwest quadrant of the intersection of these roads. Tax ID 710-670-5596.

07SN0223*: (Amended) In Matoaca and Midlothian Magisterial Districts, GBS HOLDING, LTD. requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Agricultural (A) and Light Industrial (I-1) to Community Business (C-3) of 211 acres with Conditional Use to permit multifamily and townhouse uses and rezoning from Agricultural (A) and Light Industrial (I-1) to Residential Townhouse (R-TH) of 1,183.9 acres plus Conditional Use Planned Development to permit exceptions to Ordinance requirements on the entire 1,394.9 acre tract. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for regional employment center use, office/residential mixed use and residential use of 2.0 units per acre or less. This request lies on 1,394.9 acres fronting the east and west lines of Old Hundred Road at the Norfolk Southern Railroad; the north line of Old Hundred Road east of Otterdale Road; and the east and west lines of Otterdale Road north of Old Hundred Road. Tax IDs 707-700-7988; 708-702-1722; 709-701-7328; 710-700-7596; 710-703-3345; 711-699- 3470; 711-700-1144; 711-701-5180; 712-699-7663; 713- 703-4194; 713-704-3412; 713-705-5709; 714-703-2188 & 7259; 714-704-1729; 714-705-5728; 716-701-4130; 718-697-4548 & 6844; 718-699-7719; 719-697-8012; 719-698-2822; 720-695-3288 & 9506; 720-698-0178; 720-700-0007; 721-695-9061; 722-697-0512; 722-700- 4002.

07SN0362*: In Clover Hill Magisterial District, MT. GILEAD FULL GOSPEL INTERNATIONAL MINISTRIES requests Conditional Use and amendment of zoning district map to permit a computer-controlled, variable message, electronic sign. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for community mixed use uses. This request lies in an Agricultural (A) District on 4.1 acres lying approximately 970 feet off the north line of Hicks Road across from Lockhart Road. Tax ID 759-694-Part of 3145.

07SN0386*: In Bermuda Magisterial District, BROAD STREET PARTNERS COMMERCIAL LLP requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from Agricultural (A), Community Business (C- 3), General Business (C-5) and Residential (R-7) to Community Business (C-3) with Conditional Use to permit multifamily uses plus Conditional Use Planned Development to permit light industrial uses and exceptions to Ordinance requirements. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for general commercial and residential use of 7.01 to 10.0 units per acre and under certain circumstances more intense uses such as high density residential, commercial and industrial uses. This request lies on 190.8 acres fronting approximately 1,340 feet in two (2) places on the east line of Jeff erson Davis Highway north of Redwater Ridge Road approximately 1,000 feet on the south line of Osborne Road and approximately 1,820 feet on the west line of I-95. Tax IDs 798-656-4174, 7198 and 8099; 798-657-0830, 3703 and 5657; 799- 655-4194; 799-656-0212; 799-657-3802; 800-656-5991; 800-658-9359; and 799-658-Part of 6575.

08SN0111*: In Bermuda Magisterial District, TWIN RIVERS LLC requests rezoning and amendment of zoning district map from General Industrial (I-2) to General Business (C-5) with Conditional Use to permit multifamily and townhouse uses plus Conditional Use Planned Development to permit exceptions to Ordinance requirements. The density of such amendment will be controlled by zoning conditions or Ordinance standards. The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property is appropriate for light industrial use. This request lies on 69.9 acres located in the southwest quadrant of Meadowville and North Enon Church Roads. Tax IDs 823-659-3856, 6573 and 9483; 823-660-4049; and 824-659-2386, 5689 and 8890.

*These cases were deferred at a previous session by the Board of Supervisors.

All persons favoring, opposing or interested in the above are invited to appear at the time and place herein stated and may speak. Copies of the above requests are on file in the County Administrator's Office (Room 505) at the Chesterfield County Administration Building and in the Planning Department at the Chesterfield County Community Development Building, 9800 Government Center Parkway, Chesterfield, Virginia, for public examination during regular business hours, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. More information about these requests can be found at www.chesterfield.gov/plan.

Kirkland A. Turner, Director Planning Department

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VIRGINIA: IN THE JUVENILE AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS DISTRICT COURT OF THE COUNTY OF CHESTERFIELD IN RE: CHRISTOPHER RODAS (DOB 01/25/06)

KEVIN RODAS (DOB 02/26/04) It is ORDERED that the Unknown Father and Sharon Rodas, natural father and mother of Christopher Rodas and Kevin Rodas, children in the care and custody of the Chesterfield County Department of Social Services, appear at the Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court for the County of Chesterfield, Virginia, 7000 Lucy Corr Boulevard, Chesterfield, Virginia 23832 on the 23rd day of January, 2008 at 9:00 a.m. to do whatever is necessary to protect their interests. The object of this suit is to terminate residual parental rights, including the right of visitation, right to consent to adoption, the responsibility of support and all other rights and responsibilities remaining with the natural parents of the children and to obtain the right to place the children for adoption. ENTER: 10/16/07 Judge Edward A. Robbins, Jr.

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VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE COUNTY OF CHESTERFIELD, Case No. CL07-2293, COUNTY OF CHESTERFIELD, VIRGINIA, A Political Subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Petitioner, v. UNKNOWN HEIRS DEVISEES AND SUCCESSORS OF JOHN PORTER ("UNKNOWN OWNERS"), Respondents, and Acquisition of (1) a 9,614 square foot variable width permanent drainage easement; (2) a 7,452 square foot variable width temporary construction easement; and (3) a 2,407 square foot variable width permanent drainage easement across the property once owned by John Porter, Tax Map I.D. 715673148600000, all as shown on a plat by Timmons Group dated July 2, 2004 and revised November 18, 2004, entitled "Plat Showing Various Easements Across the Property of The John Porter, Estate"

In this proceeding the petitioner seeks to acquire by condemnation easements over a certain parcel of land situated in Chesterfield County, Virginia for the purposes of constructing the Village Square Parkway which is described more particularly in the petition and exhibits attached thereto on file in the office of the clerk of this court, to which reference is hereby made for a full and accurate description thereof; and for the Court or a jury to ascertain just compensation to the owners of any estate or interest in the property to be taken or affected as a result of the taking and use thereof by the petitioner. The petitioner also seeks from the Court a right of entry to enter upon and perform the work prior to the determination of just compensation.

For such purposes, the petitioner will apply to the court, sitting at 9500 Courthouse Road, Chesterfield, Virginia 23832, on the 30th day of November, 2007, at 11:00 a.m., or as soon thereaft er as petitioner may be heard, to request the right to begin the work and to set a date for the empanelment of a jury or the Court to ascertain just compensation.

And it appearing by affidavit filed according to law that the following owners are not residents of the Commonwealth of Virginia, or their names and addresses are not known and that diligence has been used by and on behalf of the petitioner to ascertain such names and addresses without effect:

Unknown Heirs, Devisees and Successors of John Porter it is ORDERED that the aforesaid owners do appear within 10 days after due publication of this order in the clerk's office of the Circuit Court of the County of Chesterfield and do what is necessary to protect their interests; and it is further ORDERED that if any of the above named owners desires to assert any objection or defense to the taking or damaging of his property or to the jurisdiction of the court to hear the case and to proceed with the empanelment of a jury he shall file his answer and grounds of defense designating the property in which he claims to be interested, the grounds of any objection or defense to the taking or damaging of his property or to the jurisdiction of the court to hear the case and to proceed with the empanelment of a jury for the determination of just compensation. Should any such owner fail to file his answer and grounds of defense as hereinabove provided, such failure shall not preclude the owner from appearing on the date set for the empanelment of a jury nor from presenting evidence as to valuation and damage nor from sharing in the award of just compensation according to his interest therein or otherwise protecting his rights, but such failure shall preclude such owner from any other defense by way of pleas in bar, abatement or otherwise. Enter: 10/29/07 Judge Frederick G. Rockwell, III

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