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CITY OF LEXINGTONNOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGA PUBLIC HEARING TO REVIEW A PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAT FOR PROPERTY OWNED BY STELLA WILLIAMS LOCATED AT 803 BOWYER ROAD, IN LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA (TAX PARCEL # 33-2-58)A public hearing will be conducted by the Lexington City Council at a meeting to begin at 8:00 P.M. on Thursday March 19, 2015 in the first floor meeting room of the Rockbridge County Administrative Offices, 150 South Main Street, to allow persons to appear and present their views in response to a proposal by Stella Williams to subdivide property owned by Ms. Williams located at 803 Bowyer Road, said subdivision resulting in the creation of one additional single family building lot adjacent to 803 Bowyer Road in Lexington, Virginia. A copy of this preliminary plat is available for public review and examination between 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. in the Planning and Development Department located on the second floor of Lexington City Hall, 300 East Washington Street.Noah A. SimonCity Manager
03/04/2015

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSEDREVENUE BOND FINANCING BYVIRGINIA COLLEGE BUILDING AUTHORITYNotice is given that the Virginia College Building Authority (the Authority) will hold a public hearing to consider the issuance of its revenue bonds in one or more series from time to time in an amount not to exceed $53,000,000 (the Bonds) pursuant to the Educational Facilities Authority Act (the Act) at the request of The Washington and Lee University (the University), whose address is 204 West Washington Street, Lexington, Virginia, 24450, the proceeds of which would be used to: (a) refund all or a portion of the Authority's Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Washington and Lee University), Series 2006 (the Series 2006 Bonds), originally issued to (i) finance the construction of capital improvements at the University's campus located in the City of Lexington, Virginia (the Campus), including the remodeling, renovation and improvement of the University's co-op building, capital improvements to buildings, mechanical systems, computer systems and health and safety systems, and capital improvements in connection with the creation of an energy performance program, (ii) refund the outstanding amount of the Authority's Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (The Washington and Lee University Project), Series 1994, the proceeds of which were used to finance the construction and renovation of buildings and facilities on the Campus and to refund certain outstanding indebtedness of the University and (iii) pay the costs of issuing the Series 2006 Bonds; (b) finance various capital projects located at the Campus, including (i) construction and equipping of seventeen apartment and townhouse-style buildings for student housing for approximately 336 students, (ii) construction of a new pedestrian bridge crossing Woods Creek connecting pedestrian pathways between Leyburn Library and the Law School (iii) renovations and improvements to the University's athletic fields, including but not limited to, installation of artificial turf and sports lighting, (iv) renovation, construction and equipping of certain existing indoor athletic facilities and (v) remodeling, renovation and equipping of various capital improvements in buildings throughout Campus, such improvements including, but not limited to, updating mechanical systems, health and safety systems, and ventilation systems, updating and modernizing existing student housing, and updating building layouts; and(c) finance costs of issuance, funded interest, if any, and reserves, if any, with respect to the Bonds.As required by the Act, the Bonds will not pledge the credit or the taxing power of the Commonwealth of Virginia or the Authority, and will be payable solely from revenues derived from the University and pledged therefor. The public hearing, which may be continued or adjourned, will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 19, 2015, before the Authority, in the Treasury Board's Conference Room located on the third floor of the James Monroe Building at 101 North 14th Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219. Persons interested in the issuance of the Bonds may appear and be heard. The Authority's mailing address is P. O. Box 1879, Richmond, Virginia 23218.Virginia College Building Authority
03/04/2015

CITY OF LEXINGTONNOTICE OF CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARINGTO REVIEW A PRELIMINARY PLAT APPLICATION TO SUBDIVIDE TAX PARCEL 33-2-58; A SINGLE 1.072 ACRE PARCEL INTO TWO LOTS THEREBY CREATING ONE NEW LOT LOCATED ADJACENT TO 803 BOWYER ROAD, LEXINGTON VIRGINIA, UPON THE APPLICATION OF STELLA H. WILLIAMS AND RONALD E. WILLIAMSThe Lexington Planning Commission will meet on Tuesday March 10, 2015 at 5:00pm in the first floor meeting room of the Lexington Police Department located at 11 Fuller Street. At that time the Planning Commission will consider a request by Stella H. Williams and Ronald E. Williams to subdivide a 1.072 acre parcel (Tax Parcel 33-2-58) located at 803 Bowyer Road in Lexington, Virginia into two parcels, thereby creating one new lot. A public hearing to review this request will be conducted by the Lexington City Council at a meeting to begin at 8:00 P.M. on Thursday, March 19th in the first floor meeting room of the Rockbridge County Administrative Offices, 150 South Main Street, to allow persons to appear and present their views in response to this preliminary plat application by Stella H. Williams and Ronald E. Williams to subdivide tax parcel 33-2-58 into two lots thereby creating one new lot. Subdivision case number PS2014-02, is available for public review and examination between 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. in the Planning and Development Department located on the second floor of Lexington City Hall, 300 East Washington Street.Terrance L. Harrington, AICPDirector of Planning and Development
03/04/2015

CITY OF LEXINGTONNOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THECAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PLANA Public Hearing will be conducted by the Lexington City Council at 8:00 PM, Thursday, March 5, 2015 in the Rockbridge County Administration Building, 150 South Main Street, to solicit public comment on the proposed FY 2016-2020 Capital Improvements Plan.City Council will take comments offered at the hearing into account before considering this plan. A copy of the plan under consideration is available for public inspection during normal business hours in the office of the City Manager on the 2nd Floor of Lexington City Hall, 300 E. Washington Street.Noah A. SimonCity Manager
03/04/2015

CITY OF LEXINGTONNOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGORDINANCE 2015-01 AMENDING CITY CODE,CHAPTER 366, ARTICLE I, 366-2AA Public Hearing will be conducted by the Lexington City Council at 8:00 p.m., March 5, 2015 in the First Floor Meeting Room of the Rockbridge County Administrative Offices, 150 South Main Street, Lexington, to solicit public comment to an Ordinance that revises the City Code to reflect the City's practice of exempting household goods and personal effects. City Council will take comments offered at the hearing into account before considering this ordinance. A copy of the ordinance under consideration is available for public inspection during normal business hours in the office of the City Manager on the 2nd Floor of Lexington City Hall, 300 E. Washington Street, Lexington, VA.Noah A. Simon,City Manager
03/04/2015

ROCKBRIDGE COUNTYNOTICE OF AGRICULTURAL AND FORESTAL DISTRICTS APPLICATIONNotice is hereby given per Section 15.2-4307 of the Code of Virginia and Section 610.00 of the County of Rockbridge Land Development Regulations that applications to continue the Maury-South Agricultural and Forestal Overlay District have been filed with the Board of Supervisors and referred to the Planning Commission and the Farm and Forest Preservation Committee. The applications are on file in the Office of Community Development and available for public inspection. The Farm and Forest Preservation Committee will review the applications on March 11, 2015, at 6:30 p.m. followed by the Planning Commission Public Hearing at or around 7:00 p.m. Public hearings on the applications have been scheduled by the Board of Supervisors for March 23, 2015, at 6:00 p.m. All meetings will be in the Board of Supervisors Meeting Room, County Administration Building, 150 South Main Street, Lexington, Virginia.By: Chris SlaydonAssistant Director of Community Development
03/04/2015

CITY OF LEXINGTONNOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGAN APPLICATION OF MAXMARK HOMES LLC AND WEATHERBURN HOLDINGS LLC PROPOSING THE MODIFICATION OF APPROVED HOUSING TYPES IN PHASE I AND PHASE II OF THE WEATHERBURN PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT LOCATED AT THE INTERSECTION OF THORNHILL ROAD AND CHAMBERLAIN LOOP IN LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA. A public hearing will be conducted by the Lexington Planning Commission at a meeting to begin at 5:00 P.M. on Tuesday March 10, 2015 in the Lexington Police Department Conference Room located at 11 Fuller Street in Lexington, Virginia to allow persons to appear and present their views in response to an application by MaxMark Homes LLC and Weatherburn Holdings LLC requesting the modification of the approved Weatherburn PUD Overlay District by allowing for detached single family homes or previously approved zero lot line duplex structures on Phase I lots 13, 14, 17, 18, 21, 22, 25, 26, 29, 30, 31.and 32; substituting two single family homes or a zero lot line duplex structure on previously approved Phase I 3-unit townhouse lots 33,34, and 34A, substituting two single family homes or a zero lot line duplex structure on previously approved Phase I 3-unit townhouse lots 41,42,and 42A, subdividing previously approved Phase I single family lot 15 into lots 15 and 16, and previously approved Phase I single family lot 23 into lots 23 and 24 to allow for single family or a zero lot line duplex structure as was previously approved. The application also proposes that Future Section 2 lots 39-1-2-1, 39-1-2-2, 39-1-1-11, and 39-1-1-12 be included in the requested PUD Overlay District and be allowed to be subdivided in a development pattern consistent with Phase I lots, with the allowable use on each Section 2 lot to be either a single family home, or a single family zero lot line duplex structure. A copy of the application, case number PUD2015-01 is available for public review and examination between 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. in the Planning and Development Department located on the second floor of Lexington City Hall, 300 East Washington Street.Terrance L. Harrington, AICPDirector of Planning and Development
03/04/2015

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Pursuant to Section 15.2-2204 of the Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended, notice is hereby given of a public hearing of the Glasgow Town Council on March 10, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at the Glasgow Public Library for the purpose of taking public comment for considering adopting an ordinance regarding nuisance animal noise and enforcement within the Town of Glasgow. A copy of the proposed ordinance is available for preview at the Glasgow Town Hall.Thomas M. Simons, Town Attorney
03/04/2015


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