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Oakton Library Site Plan Board Matter
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BOARD MATTER
September 12, 2005

Oakton Library
Authorization of Inclusion of County Owned Property
in PCA 2004-0335 / FDPA 2004-0335 &
Concurrent Processing of Site Plan

Mr. Chairman:

I bring before the Board today good news regarding the Oakton Library. As you know Mr. Chairman, the greater Oakton community and Providence District are patiently looking forward to the construction of the Oakton Library. I anticipate that the Oakton Library will not only serve as a repository of books but will also become a binding cultural center where all residents can meet to create and renew the bonds of community. Chairman Connolly, residents of the Oakton Community, the Board of Supervisors and I have worked diligently for many years to develop a library in Oakton. The planning for the Oakton Library has progressed to the point that site plans and zoning applications are ready to be submitted. To facilitate these next steps in the process I make the following motions.

Motion:
I move that the Board of Supervisors authorize the inclusion of real property owned by Fairfax County identified as Tax Map No. 47-2-((54))- B in the pending submission of PCA 2004-0335 /FDPA 2004-0335 to facilitate the development of a library on this site.

I further move that the Board authorize the County Executive to act as the agent of the Board in the submission of PCA 2004-0335 /FDPA 2004-0335.

Finally, I move that the Board approve concurrent processing for both the site plan and the building plans for the proposed library building while the PCA & FDPA applications are being processed.


This motion does not relieve the applicants from compliance with the provisions of all applicable ordinances, regulations, and adopted standards and does not prejudice in any way the consideration of the pending review of the PCA and FDPA applications.

 


   

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