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File #: 23-331    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Action Items
File created: 6/26/2023 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 7/19/2023 Final action:
Title: Resolution to Authorize the Site of the Northern Convenience Center
Attachments: 1. Att.A - Brookhill Proffers, 2. Att.B - Resolution
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AGENDA DATE: 7/19/2023

Resolution to Authorize the Site of the Northern Convenience Center

SUBJECT/PROPOSAL/REQUEST: Request authorization to pursue a proffered parcel as the site of a solid waste convenience center in northern Albemarle County.

ITEM TYPE: Regular Action Item

STAFF CONTACT(S): Richardson, Rosenberg, Herrick, Stewart

PRESENTER (S): Lance Stewart


REVIEWED BY: Jeffrey B. Richardson

BACKGROUND: At its meeting on July 17, 2019, the Board of Supervisors approved the Brookhill Proffer Amendment (ZMA 2018-00011 - Attachment A), which amended the proffers initially approved with ZMA 2015-00007. Proffer 8 provided for future dedication to the County of approximately 50 acres of land, comprised of portions of two parcels located west of Berkmar Drive and north and east of Rio Mills Road, "for a public high school, and/or such other use as the County may determine suitable." Shown on page 18 of Attachment A, this site is the portion of Parcels 46-18B and 46-18D lying west of Berkmar Drive. Staff has since coordinated a study of potential public school and local government functions that could be located on these parcels, including the use of one parcel as the site of a future solid waste convenience center. The Board's adopted Fiscal Year 2024 Budget includes funding in the Capital Improvements Plan for the design and construction of a Northern Convenience Center.

STRATEGIC PLAN: Infrastructure & Placemaking - Invest in infrastructure and amenities that create connection, opportunity, and well-being.

DISCUSSION: In 2022, staff engaged a consulting firm to consider potential uses of the proffered parcels. The resultant study included preliminary conceptual design and placement of a solid waste convenience center on the approximately 20-acre Parcel 46-18B, based on the final design of the recently opened Southern Albemarle Convenience Center. The study confirmed the suitability of that parcel f...

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