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CITY OF LEXINGTONNOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGAPPLICATION BY WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY FOR THE APPROVAL OF AN UPDATED UNIVERSITY MASTER PLAN A public hearing will be conducted by the Lexington Planning Commission at 5:00PM Thursday October 23rd, 2014 in the first floor meeting room in the Rockbridge County Administrative Offices, 150 South Main Street, to solicit public response to an application by Washington and Lee University for approval of an updated University Master Plan. This updated Master Plan has been submitted to the City of Lexington per the authorization and requirements of Article XVI of the Lexington Zoning Ordinance. After review by the Planning Commission and approval by the City Council, the Master Plan shall serve as a general guide for future campus land uses, and the location, character and use of new and existing buildings. Future buildings and land uses not included as a part of the University Master plan shall require the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit by City Council prior to their operation and/or construction. The Planning Commission will take comments offered at the hearing into account before considering this University Master Plan Update. A copy of the application under consideration is available for public inspection during normal business hours in the office Planning and Development on the second floor of the Lexington City Hall, 300 East Washington Street.Terrence L. HarringtonDirector of Planning and Development
10/15/2014

CITY OF LEXINGTONNOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGAPPLICATION BY OMICRON DELTA KAPPA REQUEST RENEWAL OF CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT TO MAINTAIN OFFICES IN THE FORMER TRAIN STATION LOCATED AT 224 MCLAUGLIN STREETA public hearing will be conducted by the Lexington Planning Commission at 5:00PM Thursday October 23rd , 2014 in the first floor meeting room in the Rockbridge County Administrative Offices, 150 South Main Street, to solicit public response to an application by Omicron Delta Kappa for a renewal of a Conditional Use Permit to allow offices to remain in the building located at 224 McLaughlin Street, the former train station. The Zoning Ordinance authorizes offices in the Residential-Light Commercial District (R-LC) only with the issuance of a Conditional Use permit By Lexington City Council after receiving a recommendation from the Planning Commission.The Planning Commission will take comments offered at the hearing into account before considering this Conditional Use Permit Application. A copy of the application under consideration is available for public inspection during normal business hours in the office Planning and Development on the second floor of the Lexington City Hall, 300 East Washington Street.Terrence L. HarringtonDirector of Planning and Development
10/15/2014

TO ADJACENT PROPERTY OWNERSCITY OF LEXINGTONNOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND MEETINGTO REVIEW AN APPLICATION TO RENEW A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT TO ALLOW MORE THAN FOUR UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS TO CONSTITUTE A SINGLE HOUSEHOLD UNIT AT 205 NORTH RANDOLPH STREETA public hearing will be conducted by the Lexington Planning Commission at a meeting to begin at 5:00 P.M. on Thursday, October 23, 2014 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 an application to renew a Conditional Use Permit (CU143) to allow more than four (4) unrelated individuals occupying a single-family dwelling to constitute a single household unit at 205 North Randolph Street (TM# 17-1-140). In the R-1 (General Residential District) zoning district, occupancy of a single-family dwelling by more than four (4) unrelated individuals is only permitted with the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit by the Lexington City Council after receiving a recommendation from the Planning Commission.A copy of the application, case number CUP2013-08, 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.Terrence L. HarringtonDirector of Planning and DevelopmentTHarrington@lexingtonva.gov
10/15/2014


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