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MOTION: NOHE November 22, 2016 <br />Regular Meeting <br />SECOND: JENKINS Ord. No. 16-48 <br />RE: SPECIAL USE PERMIT #SUP2017-00004, YORKSHIRE 7 — ELEVEN — <br />MINOR MODIFICATIONS — COLES MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT <br />ACTION: APPROVED <br />WHEREAS, this is a request to amend #SUP2015-20020, to include site layout <br />modifications to shift and re -orient the building to retain a 25 -foot ingress/egress easement, <br />reduce the number of fuel pumps, and revise the approved signage; and <br />WHEREAS, as amended, the Special Use Permit (SUP) request is to allow a <br />motor vehicle fuel station (retail), including a by -right quick service food/convenience store <br />with restaurant, a maximum of four (4) fuel pump islands, and a sign modification package to <br />include the following: fuel pump canopy signage, fagade signage, and an illuminated electronic <br />changeable copy (LED) monument sign to reflect gas prices; and <br />WHEREAS, the SUP area encompasses ±1.33 acres, is located on the east <br />side of Centreville Road (Route 28) northeast of the Centreville Road and Falls Grove Drive <br />intersection, and is identified on County maps as GPIN #7897-33-0978 (portion); and <br />WHEREAS, the site is designated GC, General Commercial, in the <br />Comprehensive Plan and is located within the Yorkshire Study Area; and <br />WHEREAS, the site is zoned B-1, General Business, and is located within <br />the Yorkshire Redevelopment Overlay District (ROD); 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 November 2, <br />2016, recommended approval, as stated in Planning Commission Resolution No. 16-070; 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 November 22, 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 this request; <br />