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CITY OF LEXINGTONNOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGAN APPLICATION OF MAXMARK HOMES LLC PROPOSING THE MODIFICATION OF APPROVED HOUSING TYPES IN PHASE I 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 Thursday, November 13, 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 by MaxMark Homes LLC requesting the modification of the approved Weatherburn PUD Overlay 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 3-unit townhouse lots 33,34, and 34A, substituting two single family homes or a zero lot line duplex structure on previously approved 3-unit townhouse lots 41,42,and 42A and subdividing previously approved single family lot 15 into lots 15 and 16, and previously approved 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.A copy of the application, case number PUD2014-03 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
10/29/2014

ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGSNotice is hereby given per Section 15.2-2204 of the Code of Virginia and Section 802.03, 04 and 05 of the County of Rockbridge Land Development Regulations that public hearings will be held by the Rockbridge County Planning Commission on Wednesday, November 12, 2014, at or around 7:00 p.m. in the Meeting Room in the County Administrative Offices, 150 South Main Street, Lexington, Virginia 24450, followed by public hearings by the Board of Supervisors on Monday, November 24, 2014, at or around 6:00 p.m. at the same location to consider the following applications: 1. Rockbridge County SheriffÕs Office, 258 Greenhouse Road, Lexington, Virginia, applying for a special exception permit to develop an outdoor shooting range in the Agricultural and General Uses District (A-2) per Section 603.03-19 of the Land Development Regulations. The range is proposed to be located at the County Landfill at the end of Landfill Road and had been approved previously but is being relocated further to the west to avoid conflicts with future landfill operations. The property is further identified as Tax Maps 77-A-15 and 16 in the South River Magisterial District. 2. Scott and Kelly Mangione, 834 Shenandoah Road, Lexington, Virginia, have applied for a special exception permit per Section 603B.03-1 of the Land Development Regulations to reopen the former TurpinÕs Country Store as the Feed Store Cafˇ. Property is located along the east side of Thornhill Road approximately .9 miles south of its intersection with Country Club Road in the Buffalo Magisterial District and further identified as Tax Map 74-6-1B. 3. Virginia Safari Park, 229 Safari Lane, Natural Bridge, Virginia, applying for a special exception permit per Section 605.03-19 of the Land Development Regulations to construct a parking lot in the General Business District (B-1) to accommodate the increasing visitation to the park. Property is located at the end of Safari Lane approximately .2 miles south on Oak Bank Lane at the Fancy Hill Interchange and further identified as Tax Maps 96-A-24 and 96-10-1 and 2 in the Buffalo Magisterial District. 4. Washington & Lee University, 204 W. Washington Street, Lexington, Virginia, applying to rezone 21 acres of the former Warner property which totals 68.9 acres from Residential General District (R-1) to Agricultural Transitional District (A-T) in order to enhance the conservation value of the property. Property is located off of West Midland Trail approximately .25 miles west of its intersection with West Denny Circle in the Kerrs Creek Magisterial District and further identified as Tax Map 61-A-44.5. Washington & Lee University, 204 W. Washington Street, Lexington, Virginia, applying for a special exception permit to develop a solar field for power generation on the former Warner property in the Agricultural Transitional District (A-T) per Section 603B.03-14 of the Land Development Regulations Property is located off of West Midland Trail approximately .25 miles west of its intersection with West Denny Circle in the Kerrs Creek Magisterial District and further identified as Tax Map 61-A-44.Information on these applications is available in the Rockbridge County Office of Community Development, 150 South Main Street, Lexington, Virginia.By: Sam CrickenbergerDirector of Community Development
10/29/2014

CITY OF LEXINGTONNOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGAN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND REENACTING CITY CODE CHAPTER 134 ARTICLE IV REGARDING THE REGISTRATION AND INSPECTION OF RENTAL DWELLING UNITSA Public Hearing will be conducted by the Lexington City Council at 8:00 P.M., Thursday, November 6, 2014 in the First Floor Meeting Room of the Rockbridge County Administrative Offices, 150 South Main Street, Lexington, to solicit public comment on Ordinance 2014-07, amending Chapter 134, Article IV of the City Code, modifying the fees and penalties associated with the registration and inspection of residential rental dwelling units and exempting from registration certain federally financed or subsidized units that are subject to recurrent on-site federal inspections.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.Terrance L. Harrington, AICPDirector of Planning and Development
10/29/2014

CITY OF LEXINGTONNOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGPROPOSAL BY THE CITY OF LEXINGTON PLANNING COMMISSION TO MODIFY THE CONDITIONS ATTACHED TO A PREVIOUS CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT ISSUED TO CORNERSTONE BANK LOCATED AT 54 SOUTH MAIN STREET IN LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA A public hearing will be conducted by the Lexington Planning Commission at 5:00PM Thursday November 13, 2014 in the first floor meeting room in the Rockbridge County Administrative Offices, 150 South Main Street. The purpose of the hearing is to solicit public comments to a request initiated by the Lexington Planning Commission to modify a condition attached to a previous conditional use permit granted to Cornerstone Bank located at 54 South Main Street in Lexington. The proposed modification is the deletion of a condition that prohibits left hand turns into the bankÕs parking lot. The Planning Commission will take comments offered at the hearing into account before considering this Conditional Use Permit proposal. Information on the proposal under consideration is available for public inspection during normal business hours in the office of the Department of Planning and Development on the second floor of the Lexington City Hall, 300 East Washington Street.Terrance L. Harrington, AICPDirector of Planning and Development
10/29/2014


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