Action: Special Exception for a Dunkin Donuts with a drive-thru window (SE 2017-SU-008)
Location: 13839 Lee Hwy Centreville
PC is tentatively 8 February 2018
Dunkin Donuts want to be on the morning inbound side of RT 29 for the benefit of commuters. County wanted a pedestrian passage to allow Mt View students to cross to the Exxon Tigermart.
Negotiations with VDOT were the key factor in the delay of this item. VDOT is now satisfied with the application.
Agreed to Earthcraft environmental provisions
The abandoned Braddock Rd ROW is being offered for escheat sale, Dunkin will by it when it's available, and possible relocate some parking, but not increase any density. They will build a sidewalk to encourage pedestrian use instead of crossing their parking lot.
The facility should be operational in 2019.
Rebranding from DunkinDonuts to Dunkin.
DECISION: The Sully District Council Land Use and Transportation Committee had no objections to this Special Exception. The Western Fairfax County Citizens Association, lacking a quorum, took no action
7:45 -- DSC Advisory Group final Recommendations
Proponent: Clara Johnson, Planning Division, Policy and Plan Development Branch, Fairfax County Department of Planning and Zoning
Current Comprehensive Plan Recommendation: The southern portion of the sub-unit that includes the Horse Pen Run is planned for public park use. The remainder of the sub-unit is planned for office use up to .15 FAR to provide development that is compatible with existing and planned adjacent land uses within this land unit and Land Units D-2 and C. As an option, the land within this sub-unit may be consolidated with Tax Map Parcels 24-2((1)) 1 and 10 and used to support the development referred in Option 2 for the western portion of the land unit - Tax Map Parcels 24-2((1)) 1 and 10, upon which the entire sub-unit would be dedicated and developed with park and open space.
Proposed Plan Amendment: Add an option for residential development up to 5 dwelling units per acre.
Public hearing dates have not yet been set for the rezoning because the plan amendment is being processed first but we have invited them to appear assuming that the hearings will be in March
The meeting adjourned at approximately 7:45 p.m.
Jeffrey M. Parnes
Land Use and Transportation Committee Chair
Sully District Council