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LEGALS | 10/05/17

OFFICIAL VOTING INFORMATION The Constitution of Virginia requires that you be registered in the precinct in which you live in order to be qualified to vote. For the convenience of the citizens of Loudoun County, the Voter Registration Office located at 750 Miller Drive, SE, Suite C, Leesburg, is open each week Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. In order to be eligible to vote in the November General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 7, 2017, you must register no later than 5:00 p.m. on Monday, October 16. You are encouraged to make application for voter registration. Please call us at the number shown below should you have any questions. Remember, a good citizen registers and votes! Judith Brown, General Registrar 750 Miller Drive, SE, Suite C Leesburg, Virginia 20175-8916 703-777-0380 Online - Eligible citizens of the Commonwealth can now submit a voter registration application or update their registration information on-line. All eligible citizens are encouraged to participate in this new method of applying to register to vote or update voter registration information. To apply on-line go to www.vote.virginia.gov. Department of Motor Vehicles - You can apply or update your information on-line at the DMV when completing a driver's license transaction. Mail-In voter registration applications are also available at all Loudoun County libraries and community centers and can be downloaded off the Internet at https:www.sbe.virginia.gov/Files/Forms/VoterForms/VoterRegistrationApplication.pdf. You can also go to www.vote.virginia.gov to verify your registration address and find out what's on your ballot, where you vote or apply for an absentee ballot. 10/12/17 4720430

LEGALS | 08/24/17

PUBLIC HEARING

The LOUDOUN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS will hold a public hearing in the Board of Supervisors’ Meeting Room, County Government Center, 1 Harrison Street, S.E., Leesburg, Virginia, at 6:00 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, September 13, 2017, in order to consider:

PROPOSED CONVEYANCE OF COUNTY PROPERTY

GRANT OF EASEMENT (ELECTRIC) TO

NORTHERN VIRGINIA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE (NOVEC)

MEADOW GLEN PARK

Pursuant to Virginia Code §15.2-1800, the Board of Supervisors shall consider granting a utility easement (electric) to the Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative (NOVEC). This easement is for the purpose of providing electric service to Goshen Post Elementary School (ES)-28, which is being constructed on an adjacent site and planned to be open for the 2018-2019 school year. Meadow Glen Park is located on a parcel identified as Parcel G1, Section 8, C.D. Smith Property, and is located adjacent to John Champe High School, on the east side of Lobo Drive (Route 616), on the west side of Northstar Boulevard (Route 3171), and north of Braddock Road (Route 620), at 41574 Conejo Way, Aldie, Virginia, in the Dulles Election District. The subject property is more particularly described as Tax Map Number 100/M/5////G1/ (PIN: 248-38-7145).

Copies of the plat(s) showing the locations of the above-listed conveyance(s) and associated documents are available for review and may be examined at the Office of the County Administrator, County Government Center, 5th Floor, 1 Harrison Street, S.E., Leesburg, Virginia, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday or call (703) 777-0200. Documents also may be viewed and downloaded electronically 72 hours in advance of the public hearing at: www.loudoun.gov/bosdocuments (for Public Hearing documents, follow the link for “Board of Supervisors Business Meetings, Public Hearings and Special Meetings”).

PROPOSED CONVEYANCE OF COUNTY PROPERTY

DEDICATION OF PUBLIC STREET RIGHT-OF-WAY AND GRANT OF EASEMENTS TO THE TOWN OF LEESBURG, AND GRANT OF EASEMENT (ELECTRIC) TO NORTHERN VIRGINIA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE

801 AND 803 SYCOLIN ROAD,

1002 SYCOLIN ROAD, AND

41975 LOUDOUN CENTER PLACE

Pursuant to Virginia Code §15.2-1800 et seq., the Board of Supervisors shall consider the following conveyances of County Property for the purpose of widening a section of Sycolin Road (Route 643/625):

· 801 and 803 Sycolin Road: The Board of Supervisors shall consider dedicating 1,044 square feet (0.0240 acre) in fee simple for public street right-of-way, and granting 15,405 square feet of temporary construction easement, to the Town of Leesburg, Virginia, through and across a portion of certain County-owned properties located at 801 and 803 Sycolin Road, Leesburg,

Virginia, in the Catoctin Election District. These properties are located on the west side of Sycolin Road, S.E., on the northeast side, and northeast, of Miller Drive, S.E., and on the west side of the intersection of Tavistock Drive, S.E., and Sycolin Road, S.E., in the Town of Leesburg. These properties are more particularly described as Tax Map Numbers /60///6////D2/ (PIN: 191-45-5227) and /60///6////D1/ (PIN: 191-35-5979).

· 1002 Sycolin Road: The Board of Supervisors shall consider dedicating 17,586 square feet (0.4037 acre) in fee simple for public street right-of-way, and granting 158 square feet of storm drain and stormwater management easement and 8,232 square feet of temporary construction easement, to the Town of Leesburg, Virginia; and granting a utility easement (electric) to the Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative (NOVEC), through and across a portion of certain County-owned property located at 1002 Sycolin Road, Leesburg, Virginia, in the Leesburg Election District. This property is known as the “Warehouse Site”. This property is located on the east side of Sycolin Road, S.E., north of Loudoun Center Place, and south of Tavistock Drive, S.E., in the Town of Leesburg. This property is more particularly described as Tax Map Number /60/////////8E (PIN: 191-25-9906).

· 41975 Loudoun Center Place: The Board of Supervisors shall consider granting 74 square feet of temporary construction easement to the Town of Leesburg, Virginia, through and across a portion of certain County-owned property located at 41975 Loudoun Center Place, Leesburg, Virginia, in the Catoctin Election District. This property is known as the “State Police Headquarters Site” and is located at the Loudoun County Government Support Center. The Loudoun County Government Support Center is on the same parcel as Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park and is located on the east side of Sycolin Road, on the north side of Cochran Mill Road (Route 653), and on the south side of the Town of Leesburg. The Loudoun County Government Support Center is more particularly described as Tax Map Number /60////////12/ (PIN: 191-16-9866).

Copies of the plat(s) showing the locations of the above-listed conveyance(s) and associated documents are available for review and may be examined at the Office of the County Administrator, County Government Center, 5th Floor, 1 Harrison Street, S.E., Leesburg, Virginia, between 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday or call (703) 777-0200. Documents also may be viewed and downloaded electronically 72 hours in advance of the public hearing at: www.loudoun.gov/bosdocuments (for Public Hearing documents, follow the link for “Board of Supervisors Business Meetings, Public Hearings and Special Meetings”).

PROPOSED CONVEYANCE OF COUNTY PROPERTY

GRANT OF EASEMENT TO LOUDOUN TECH CENTER, AND GRANT OF EASEMENT (WATERLINE) TO THE TOWN OF LEESBURG

1002 SYCOLIN ROAD

Pursuant to Virginia Code §15.2-1800 et seq., the Board of Supervisors shall consider granting 2,254 square feet of access easement and 3,944 square feet temporary construction easement to the Loudoun Tech Center; and granting 370 square feet of waterline easement to the Town of Leesburg, through and across a portion of certain County-owned property located 1002 Sycolin

Road, Leesburg, Virginia, in the Leesburg Election District. This property is known as the “Warehouse Site”. This property is located on the east side of Sycolin Road, S.E. (Route 643/625), north of Loudoun Center Place, and south of Tavistock Drive, S.E., in the Town of Leesburg. This property is more particularly described as Tax Map Number /60/////////8E (PIN: 191-25-9906).

Copies of the plat(s) showing the locations of the above-listed conveyance(s) and associated documents are available for review and may be examined at the Office of the County Administrator, County Government Center, 5th Floor, 1 Harrison Street, S.E., Leesburg, Virginia, between 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday or call (703) 777-0200. Documents also may be viewed and downloaded electronically 72 hours in advance of the public hearing at: www.loudoun.gov/bosdocuments (for Public Hearing documents, follow the link for “Board of Supervisors Business Meetings, Public Hearings and Special Meetings”).

AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 612 OF

THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF LOUDOUN COUNTY

DOGS AND OTHER ANIMALS

Pursuant to Virginia Code §§ 15.2-1427 and 3.2-6543, the Board of Supervisors gives notice of its intention to propose for passage amendments to Section 612.02, Definitions; 612.03, License Tax; 612.13, Running at Large; 612.17 Disposal of dead companion animals; 612.19 Other Unlawful acts; 612.23, Seizure and disposal of abandoned, neglected, cruelly treated animals; and 612.26(b) Kennel License Fee of the Codified Ordinances of Loudoun County in order to bring the regulations of Chapter 612 into conformance with the current requirements of the Code of Virginia, and to clarify existing requirements. The proposed amendments would have an effective date of October 1, 2017, and include, without limitation, the following:

Proposed Amendments to Section 612.02, Definitions:

Ø Revise the existing definitions for “Animal Control Officer” or “Deputy Animal Control Officer”, “Home-based rescue”, and “Releasing Agency”.

Ø Delete the existing definition for “Dog running at large”.

Ø Establish new definitions for “Leash” and “Kennel”.

Proposed Amendments to Section 612.03, License Tax:

Ø Clarify existing regulations in regard to the licensing period for dogs, payment of the license tax, and issuance of the tag that demonstrates that a dog is licensed.

Ø Establish a new kennel license and tax applicable to owners of five (5) or more dogs kept in a kennel for certain purposes, in lieu of individual dog licenses and taxes. The kennel licensing period will run from January 1 to December 31 of each year, the license tax must be paid no later than January 31 of each year, and proof of a current rabies vaccine for each dog in the kennel must be provided before a kennel license is issued.

Ø Establish a new exemption from license taxes for dogs currently working with law enforcement agencies.

Proposed Amendments to Section 612.13, Running at Large:

Ø Replace existing prohibition on dogs running at large with a new prohibition that focuses on dogs that are off the property of its owner or custodian without being on a leash.

Ø Establish new exemptions that permit certain dogs to be off leash, to include, without limitation, dogs enclosed in certain dog parks or dog exercise areas, dogs used while lawfully hunting, dogs engaged in certain training classes, dogs used as service animals by certain individuals or for certain purposes, and dogs located within certain low density areas of the County.

Proposed Amendments to Section 612.17, Disposal of Dead Companion Animals:

Ø Revise existing regulations to require the owner of any animal or fowl, and not just a companion animal, that has died to cremate or bury the animal’s or fowl’s body or request that the County perform these services.

Ø Establish a new process by which the Court may order the County to cremate or bury a dead animal or fowl if the owner fails to do so.

Ø Revise existing regulations in regard to the County’s recovery of costs from owners for dead animals or fowl cremated or buried by the County.

Ø Establish a new regulation that any person violating this Section shall be guilty of a Class 4 misdemeanor.

Ø Establish a new exemption to this Section for animals or fowl used for food or in any commercial manner.

Proposed Amendments to Section 612.19, Other Unlawful Acts:

Ø Revise existing regulations to apply to all animal noise, and not just dog noise.

Ø Revise the existing standard for violations of this Section to include any animal noise that continues for ten minutes or more that is audible and discernable in any other person’s residential dwelling with the doors and windows to that other person’s residential dwelling closed.

Ø Delete existing regulations in regard to companion animal odor.

Proposed Amendments to Section 612.23, Seizure and Disposal of Abandoned, Neglected, Cruelly Treated Animals:

Ø Revise existing regulations to increase the amount of the bond that may be posted, for purposes of postponing the disposition of an animal that the County has seized due to abandonment, neglect or cruel treatment, to cover up to nine (9) months of reasonable expenses in caring for the animal.

Ø Clarify existing regulations in regard to such bonds being forfeited by the owner if the Court determines that an animal has been abandoned, cruelly treated, or deprived of adequate care, and that such bonds not being forfeited if the owner is found to be not guilty of the violation.

Ø Establish the methods that the Court may order for the County’s disposition of animals that the Court has determined to be abandoned, cruelly treated, or deprived of adequate care.

Ø Establishes that the owner of an animal that has been determined by a court to have been abandoned, cruelly treated or deprived of adequate care shall not be permitted to purchase, adopt or otherwise obtain the animal.

Proposed Amendments to Section 612.26(b), Fee Schedule, Kennel License Fee:

Ø Revise the existing Kennel License Fee (tax) to increase such fee to $40.00 for every 20 dogs covered under the Kennel License.

A complete copy of the above-referenced proposed amendments is on file and available for public inspection in the Office of the County Administrator, County Government Center, 5th Floor, 1 Harrison Street, S.E., Leesburg, Virginia, between 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, or call 703-777-0200. Documents also may be viewed and downloaded electronically 72 hours in advance of the public hearing at: www.loudoun.gov/bosdocuments (for Public Hearing documents, follow the link for “Board of Supervisors Business Meetings, Public Hearings and Special Meetings”).

SIDP-2016-0008

AVONLEA SIGN DEVELOPMENT PLAN

(Sign Development Plan)

The Peterson Companies, LLC, of Fairfax, Virginia, has submitted an application for a Sign Development Plan to request alternative sign regulations for permitted signs in order to: 1) Modify the maximum number of signs, maximum area of any one sign, total aggregate sign area, maximum height of signs, and minimum setback from right-of-way for signs; 2) Permit the use of signs with exposed neon illumination or other permanent lights; and 3) Permit the use of electronic message signs. The subject property is being developed pursuant to ZMAP-2004-0005 and ZCPA-2014-0006, Avonlea Plaza, in the PD-CC(SC) (Planned Development-Community Center (Small Regional Center)) zoning district under the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance. This application is subject to the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance, and pursuant to Section 5-1202(E), alternative sign regulations for permitted signs may be requested with the submission of a Sign Development Plan. The subject property is located within the AI (Airport Impact) Overlay District, outside of but within one (1) mile of the Ldn 60 aircraft noise contour. The subject property is approximately 27.1 acres in size and is located on the south side of John Mosby Highway (Route 50), on the east side of Pinebrook Road (Route 827), and on the north side of Tall Cedars Parkway (Route 2200), at 24730, 24765, 24780, 24795 and 24895 Avonlea Promenade Drive; 24836, 24837, 24838, 24839, 24842, 24843, 24844 and 24845 Avonlea Center Drive; 42640, 42641, 42642, 42643, 42644, 42645, 42647, 42648, 42649, 42650, 42651, 42652, 42654, 42655, 42656, 42658, 42678, 42680, 42682, 42684, 42685, 42686, 42687, 42688, 42689, 42690, 42691, 42692, 42693, 42694, 42695, 42696, 42697, 42706, 42708, 42710, 42712, 42714, 42716 and 42718 Avonlea Grand Drive, Chantilly, Virginia, in the Dulles Election District. The subject property is more particularly described as Tax Map Number 101////////47A (PIN: 163-17-6609). The area is governed by the policies of the Revised General Plan (Suburban Policy Area (Dulles Community)), the Countywide Retail Policy Plan Amendment, and the Route 50 Corridor Design Guidelines, which designate this area for Route 50 Hybrid Retail Center uses at a recommended Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of up to 0.4.

ZRTD-2017-0003

CONCORDE INDUSTRIAL PARK - LOT 8

(Zoning Conversion in the Route 28 Taxing District)

Penske Truck Leasing Co, LP, of Reading, Pennsylvania, has submitted an application to rezone approximately 5.6 acres from the PD-GI (Planned Development-General Industry) zoning district under the 1972 Zoning Ordinance to the PD-GI zoning district under the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance in order to permit the development of all principal and accessory uses permitted in the PD-GI zoning district under the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance at a maximum Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of 0.40 (up to 0.60 by Special Exception). The subject property is located within the Route 28 Taxing District and within the AI (Airport Impact) Overlay District, outside of but within one (1) mile of the Ldn 60 aircraft noise contour. The subject property is located on the west side of Executive Drive (Route 885), north of Old Ox Road (Route 606), and east of Dulles Summit Court (Route 1029), in the Broad Run Election District. The subject property is more particularly described as Tax Map Number /94//12/////8/ (PIN: 045-26-6833). The area is governed by the policies of the Revised General Plan (Suburban Policy Area (Sterling Community) and Route 28 Corridor Plan), which designate this area for Route 28 Industrial uses at a recommended FAR of 0.2 to 0.4.

SPEX-2016-0065, SPMI-2016-0021, & ZMOD-2016-0022

JSF PACIFIC BOULEVARD

(Special Exception, Minor Special Exception, & Zoning Modification)

Johnson Development Associates Inc., of Roslyn, Virginia, has submitted applications for the following: 1) A Special Exception to permit an increase in the maximum Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of the PD-IP (Planned Development - Industrial Park) zoning district from 0.6 to 1.0; and 2) A Minor Special Exception to permit a Storage, Mini-Warehouse, in the PD-IP zoning district. These applications are subject to the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance, and the proposed increase in maximum FAR is permitted by Special Exception under Section 4-506, and the proposed use is listed as a Minor Special Exception use under Section 4-504. The applicant also requests the following Zoning Ordinance modification(s):

Zoning Ordinance Section Proposed Modification

§5-900(A)(5)(a), Access and Setbacks

From Specific Roads and the W&OD

Trail, Building and Parking Setbacks

from Roads, Route 28 Reduce the minimum building setback along Route 28 from 100 feet to 75 feet.

The subject property is located within the Route 28 Taxing District and within the AI (Airport Impact) Overlay District, between the Ldn 60-65 and outside of but within one (1) mile of the Ldn 60, aircraft noise contours. The area of the proposed Minor Special Exception, Special Exception, and Zoning Modification is an approximately 2.77 acre portion of a larger parcel that is located on the west side of Sully Road (Route 28) and Fitness Court, north of South Sterling Boulevard (Route 846), east of Pacific Boulevard (Route 1036), and south of Relocation Drive (Route 775), in the Broad Run Election District. The subject property is more particularly described as Tax Map Number /94////////40A (PIN: 045-39-9554). The area is governed by the policies of the Revised General Plan (Suburban Policy Area (Sterling Community) and Route 28 Corridor Plan) which designate this area for Route 28 Core uses at a recommended FAR of 0.6 to 1.0 FAR.

CMPT-2016-0005 & SPMI-2017-0013

PERIMETER SUBSTATION

(Commission Permit & Minor Special Exception)

Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative, of Gainesville, Virginia, has submitted an application for Commission approval to permit a Utility Substation, Distribution, in the PD-GI (Planned Development – General Industry) zoning district. This application is subject to the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance and the proposed use is listed as a Permitted use under Section 4-603, and requires a Commission Permit in accordance with Sections 5-616 and 6-1101. The modification of the Additional Regulations applicable to the proposed use is authorized by Minor Special Exception under Section 5-600, Additional Regulations for Specific Uses, and the modification of the buffering and screening requirements applicable to the proposed use is authorized as part of an approved action of a Special Exception under Section 5-1403(C), pursuant to which the Applicant requests the following Zoning Ordinance modification(s):

Zoning Ordinance Section Modification Description

§5-616(D), Additional

Regulations for Specific Uses,

Utility Substations.

And

§5-1407(B), Buffering and

Screening, Buffer Yard and

Screening Requirements,

Buffer/Screening Requirements

in Buffer Yards.

And

Table 5-1414(B) of §5-1414,

Buffering and Screening, Buffer

Yard and Screening Matrix,

Buffer Yard. · Replace all canopy and understory trees required for the Type 4 Front and Side/Rear Buffer Yards located along the subject property’s eastern, southern, and western boundaries with evergreen trees. · Eliminate portions of the required Type 4 Front and Side/Rear Buffer Yards located along certain portions of the subject property’s eastern, southern, and northern boundaries.

§5-1407(A), Buffering and

Screening, Buffer Yard and

Screening Requirements,

Location. Permit buffer yards to be relocated to reflect existing topography, in lieu of being located along the perimeter of the subject property.

The subject property is also located within the AI (Airport Impact) Overlay District, between the Ldn 60-65 and outside of but within one (1) mile of the Ldn 60 aircraft noise contours, and located partially within the FOD (Floodplain Overlay District). The subject property is approximately 24.95 acres in size and is located on the north side of Old Ox Road (Route 606), east of Loudoun County Parkway (Route 607), and west of Pebble Run Place (Route 2963), in the Dulles and Blue Ridge Election Districts. The subject property is more particularly described as Tax Map Number

101/////////1A (PIN: 124-26-7609) and Tax Map Number 101/////////1B (PIN: 124-27-0449). The area is governed by the policies of the Revised General Plan (Suburban Policy Area (Dulles Community)) which designate this area for industrial uses at a recommended Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of 0.30 to 0.40.

ZRTD-2016-0014

PROSPECT INDUSTRIAL PARK LOT 3

(Zoning Conversion in the Route 28 Taxing District)

Loudoun Investments LLC, of Bluemont, Virginia, has submitted an application to rezone approximately 2.54 acres from the PD-IP (Planned Development–Industrial Park) zoning district under the 1972 Zoning Ordinance to the PD-IP (Planned Development–Industrial Park) zoning district under the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance in order to permit the development of all principal and accessory uses permitted in the PD-IP zoning district under the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance at a maximum Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of 0.60 (up to 1.0 by Special Exception). The subject property is located within the Route 28 Taxing District and within the AI (Airport Impact) Overlay District, between the Ldn 60-65 and outside of but within one (1) mile of the Ldn 60, aircraft noise contours. The subject property is approximately 2.54 acres in size and is located on the south side of Acacia Lane (Route 865), west of Moran Road (Route 634), and east of Randolph Drive (Route 1072), at 44819 Acacia Lane, Sterling, Virginia, in the Broad Run Election District. The subject property is more particularly described as Tax Map Number /94///6/////3/ (PIN: 045-45-1285). The area is governed by the policies of the Revised General Plan (Suburban Policy Area (Sterling Community) and Route 28 Corridor Plan) which designate this area for Route 28 Business uses at a recommended FAR of 0.4 to 1.0.

ZRTD-2017-0006

TRANSDULLES PARCEL 6D

(Zoning Conversion in the Route 28 Taxing District)

Birnam Wood Land Holdings, LLC, of McLean, Virginia, has submitted an application to rezone approximately 1.7 acres from the PD-IP (Planned Development-Industrial Park) zoning district under the 1972 Zoning Ordinance to the PD-IP zoning district under the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance in order to permit the development of all principal and accessory uses permitted in the PD-IP zoning district under the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance at a maximum Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of 0.6 (up to 1.0 by Special Exception). The subject property located within the Route 28 Taxing District and within the AI (Airport Impact) Overlay District, outside of but within one (1) mile of the Ldn 60 aircraft noise contour. The subject property is approximately 1.7 acres in size and is located on the west side of Sally Ride Drive (Route 851), south of Davis Drive (Route 868), and north of Glenn Drive (Route 864), at 22639 Sally Ride Drive, Sterling, Virginia, in the Broad Run Election District. The subject property is more particularly described as Tax Map Number /81/F16////64/ (PIN: 033-28-4574). The area is governed by the policies of the Revised General Plan (Suburban Policy Area (Sterling Community) and Route 28 Corridor Plan), which designate this area for Route 28 Business uses at a recommended FAR of 0.4 to 1.0.

CMPT-2017-0002 & SPMI-2017-0002

VERIZON ARCOLA COMMUNICATION CENTER

(Commission Permit & Minor Special Exception)

Verizon South Inc., of Leesburg, Virginia, has submitted an application for Commission approval of a 1,357 square foot expansion to an existing public utility service center in the RC (Rural Commercial) zoning district. This application is subject to the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance and the proposed use is listed as a Permitted use under Section 2-903 and requires a Commission Permit in accordance with Section 6-1101. The modification of the Additional Regulations applicable to the proposed public utility use is authorized by Minor Special Exception under Section 5-600, Additional Regulations for Specific Uses, and the modification of the buffering and screening requirements applicable to the proposed uses is authorized as part of an approval action of a Special Exception under Section 5-1403(C), pursuant to which the Applicant requests the following Zoning Ordinance modification(s):

Zoning Ordinance Section Proposed Modification

§5-621(A), Additional Regulations for Specific

Uses, Public Utilities. Reduce the minimum required lot size from one-half (1/2) acre to 0.15 acre.

§5-621(B)(1), Public Utilities, Buffer Yard

Requirements.

And

Table 5-1414(B) of §5-1414, Buffering and

Screening, Buffer Yard and Screening Matrix,

Buffer Yard. Reduce and modify the minimum width of, and modify the types of required plantings per 100 lineal feet of property line for, the subject property’s required Type 4 Front, and Side/Rear Buffer Yards.

The subject property is located within the AI (Airport Impact) Overlay District, between the Ldn 60-65 aircraft noise contour. The subject property is approximately 0.15 acre in size and is located on the north side of John Mosby Highway (Route 50), west of Lenah Farm Lane, and east of Maplehurst Drive, at 41090 John Mosby Highway, Aldie, Virginia, in the Blue Ridge Election District. The subject property is more particularly described as Tax Map Number 100/////////5A (PIN: 285-10-0213). The area is governed by the policies of the Revised General Plan (Transition Policy Area (Upper Broad Run Subarea)), which designate this area for uses that provide a visual and spatial transition between the Suburban Policy Area to the east and the Rural Policy Area to the west.

ZCPA-2017-0005, ZRTD-2016-0002, & SPEX-2017-0022

WESTDULLES STATION

(Zoning Concept Plan Amendment, Zoning Conversion in the Route 28 Taxing District, & Special Exception)

WestDulles Station, LLC, of Dulles, Virginia has submitted applications for the following: 1) To replace the concept development plan and the proffers approved with ZMAP-2005-0021, West Dulles Station, with a new concept development plan and proffers in order to permit the

development of the subject property under the current PD-IP (Planned Development–Industrial Park) zoning district regulations at a maximum Floor Area Ratio (FAR) from 0.4 to 0.6 (up to 1.0 by Special Exception); 2) To rezone approximately 28.42 acres from the PD-IP (Planned Development–Industrial Park) zoning district under the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance to the PD-IP (Planned Development–Industrial Park) zoning district under the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance in order to permit the development of all principal and accessory uses permitted in the PD-IP zoning district under the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance at a maximum Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of 0.60 (up to 1.0 by Special Exception); and 3) A Special Exception to permit an increase in the maximum FAR of the PD-IP zoning district from 0.6 to 1.0. These applications are subject to the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance and the proposed increase in FAR is permitted by Special Exception under Section 4-506. The subject property is located within the Route 28 Taxing District, and within the AI (Airport Impact) Overlay District, within the Ldn 65 or higher and between the Ldn 60-65, aircraft noise contours. The subject property is approximately 28.42 acres in size and is located on the east side of Lockridge Road (Route 789), south of Prentice Drive (Route 1071), and west of Randolph Drive (Route 1072), at 22426 Lockridge Road, Sterling, Virginia, in the Broad Run Election District. The subject property is more particularly described as Tax Map Number /94//17/////A/ (PIN: 063-49-6156). The area is governed by the policies of the Revised General Plan (Suburban Policy Area (Sterling Community) and Route 28 Corridor Plan) which designate this area for Route 28 Business uses at a recommended a FAR of 0.4 to 1.0 or Transit Related Employment Center (TREC) uses at a recommended a FAR of 0.6 to 2.0.

Unless otherwise noted in the above notices, full and complete copies of the above-referenced amendments, applications, ordinances, and/or plans, and related documents may be examined in the Loudoun County Department of Building and Development, County Government Center, 2nd Floor, 1 Harrison Street, S.E., Leesburg, Virginia, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday or call 703-777-0220 or electronically at www.loudoun.gov/lola. This link also provides an additional opportunity for public input on active applications. Documents also may be viewed and downloaded electronically 72 hours in advance of the public hearing at: www.loudoun.gov/bosdocuments (for Public Hearing documents, follow the link for “Board of Supervisors Business Meetings, Public Hearings and Special Meetings”).

All members of the public will be heard as to their views pertinent to these matters. Citizens are encouraged to call in advance to sign up to speak at the public hearing. For this public hearing, advanced sign-up will be taken after 8:30 a.m. on August 31, 2017, and no later than 12:00 p.m. on September 13, 2017. If you wish to sign-up in advance, call the Office of the County Administrator at (703) 777-0200. Citizens will also have the option to sign-up at the public hearing.

Hearing assistance is available for meetings in the Board of Supervisors’ Meeting Room. If you require any type of reasonable accommodation as a result of a physical, sensory or mental disability to participate in this meeting, please contact the Office of the County Administrator at 703-777-0200. At least one business day of advance notice is requested; some accommodations may require more than one day of notice. FM Assistive Listening System is available at the meetings.

BY ORDER OF: PHYLLIS RANDALL, CHAIRMAN

LOUDOUN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

LEGALS | 08/03/17

PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Sidera Networks LLC has applied to modify an existing permit from the Virginia Marine Resource Commission to include a second fiber optic line crossing Broad Run to the south of Waxpool Road (east of the Loudoun County Parkway) to be installed via directional drill method a minimum of four (4) feet below the stream bed in Loudoun County. Send comments/inquiries within 15 days to: Marine Resources Commission, Habitat Management Division, 2600 Washington Avenue, 3rd Floor, Newport News, Virginia 23607. 08/03/17 4704830

LEGALS | 08/03/17

PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Sidera Networks LLC has applied to modify an existing permit from the Virginia Marine Resource Commission to include a second fiber optic line crossing Broad Run to the south of Waxpool Road (east of the Loudoun County Parkway) to be installed via directional drill method a minimum of four (4) feet below the stream bed in Loudoun County. Send comments/inquiries within 15 days to: Marine Resources Commission, Habitat Management Division, 2600 Washington Avenue, 3rd Floor, Newport News, Virginia 23607. 08/03/17 4704830

LEGALS | 05/11/17

Notice of Abandoned Watercraft The following has been abandoned for more than 60 days on the property of Rolling Terra, LLC (Jon St. Clair) 41686 John Mosby Highway, Aldie, Virginia 20105. 703-475-9101. Chris Craft 39' 1988 White ID - CCHHA050B888 Application for watercraft regis./title will be made according to Virginia Code 29.1-733.25 if not claimed and removed within 30 days of first publication of this notice. Contact VA DGIF with questions 04/27/17, 05/04/17 & 05/11/17 4677950

LEGALS | 04/27/17

Notice of Abandoned Watercraft The following has been abandoned for more than 60 days on the property of Rolling Terra, LLC (Jon St. Clair) 41686 John Mosby Highway, Aldie, Virginia 20105. 703-475-9101. Chris Craft 39' 1988 White ID - CCHHA050B888 Application for watercraft regis./title will be made according to Virginia Code 29.1-733.25 if not claimed and removed within 30 days of first publication of this notice. Contact VA DGIF with questions 04/27/17, 05/04/17 & 05/11/17 4677950
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