Laurel Hill Project Advisory Commitee
The Laurel Hill Project Advisory Citizens Oversight Committee was established by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors to monitor the development of the Reformatory and Penitentiary areas. The Laurel Hill Project Advisory Committee continues the work begun by the Laurel Hill Adaptive Reuse Citizen Advisory Task Force. The goal of the Committee is to ensure that the development process is objective and transparent to all County stakeholders, including the Board of Supervisors, citizens and development partners and that it is implemented in accordance with all relevant documents, including the Memorandum of Agreement, the County Comprehensive Plan and the final Laurel Hill recommendations approved by the Board of Supervisors.
Master Plan for Laurel Hill Adaptive Reuse Area - PAC Recommendations. December 2009 and May 2010.
December 2008 PAC letter to Board of Supervisors This letter includes a recommendation that the Board obtain outside counsel to review questions related to federal and state historic tax credits for the Laurel Hill Adaptive Reuse Area and the larger National Register Historic District.
January 2008 letter to Board of Supervisors This letter includes information about expenditures at Laurel Hill to date, a recommendation to further assess the engineering study of the Penitentiary Wall, and a description of the PAC's role in the selection of a Master Developer for the Adaptive Reuse site.
August 2007 letter to Board of Supervisors This letter recommends support of a planned engineering study of the Penitentiary Wall and also re-emphasizes the orginal Task Force recommendation for workforce housing at the Adaptive Reuse site.
April 2007 letter to Board of Supervisors The Project Advisory Committee sent a letter to the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors on April 25, 2007 to provide recommendations on the Draft Standards and Guidelines.
March 2007 letter to Board of Supervisors The Project Advisory Committee sent a letter to the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors on March 28, 2007 summarizing the recent Request for Proposal process as well as possible next steps in the redevelopment of the Adaptive Reuse site at Laurel Hill.
Tim Sargeant, Chairman, 703-915-0976, firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert W. Cosgriff, 703-764-0720, email@example.com
Douglas Wrenn, 703-750-3822, firstname.lastname@example.org