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MOTION: LAWSON October 4, 2016 <br />Regular Meeting <br />SECOND: NOHE Ord. No. 16-45 <br />RE: REZONING #REZ2016-00019, LIFETIME FITNESS AT VIRGINIA <br />GATEWAY — BRENTSVILLE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT <br />ACTION: APPROVED <br />WHEREAS, this is a request to rezone ±24 acres from M-1, Heavy Industrial, <br />to B-1, General Business, to develop a commercial recreation facility and retail uses with <br />associated signage and building height modifications; and <br />WHEREAS, the subject ±24 -acre property is located northeast of the <br />intersection of Limestone Drive and Wentworth Green Drive, approximately 1,400 feet south <br />of the intersection of Wellington Road and Limestone Drive, is identified on County maps as <br />GPIN 7497-01-3120, and is addressed as 7801 Limestone Drive; and <br />WHEREAS, the site is currently designated FEC, Flexible Use Employment <br />Center, and is also located within the I-66 / Route 29 Sector Plan special planning area <br />according to the Comprehensive Plan; and <br />WHEREAS, a Comprehensive Plan Amendment (CPA) request is being <br />concurrently processed with this subject rezoning proposal, as per #CPA2016-00004, which <br />is to re -designate ±24.0 acres from FEC, Flexible Use Employment Center, to RCC, <br />Regional Commercial Center; and <br />WHEREAS, the site is currently zoned M-1, Heavy Industrial, and is located <br />within the Data Center Opportunity Overlay District and the Airport Safety Overlay District; <br />and <br />WHEREAS, staff has reviewed the subject application and recommends <br />approval, as stated in the staff report; and <br />WHEREAS, the Planning Commission, at its public hearing on <br />September 21, 2016, recommended approval, as stated in Planning Commission Resolution No. <br />16-057; and <br />WHEREAS, a Board of County Supervisors' public hearing, duly advertised in <br />a local newspaper for a period of two weeks, was held on October 4, 2016, and interested <br />citizens were heard; and <br />WHEREAS, the Prince William Board of County Supervisors finds that public <br />necessity, convenience, general welfare and good zoning practices are served by the approval <br />of the request; <br />