Laserfiche WebLink
MOTION: STIRRUP September 5, 2406 <br />Regular Meeting <br />SECOND: STEWART Ord. No. 06-78 <br />RE: SPECIAL USE PERMIT #PLN2006-00211, CWS TELE- <br />COMMUNICATIONS MONOPOLE @ GAINESVILLE VOLUNTEER <br />FIRE DEPARTMENT — GAINESVILLE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT <br />ACTION: APPROVED <br />WHEREAS, this is a request to allow a 140 -foot -tall monopole that will house <br />Nextel antennas and provide space for up to five additional wireless phone services. The site is <br />located at 14450 John Marshall Highway. The facility will be located within a +/-9,900- <br />square-foot leased area on the grounds of the Gainesville Volunteer Fire Department. (The <br />property is identified on County maps as GPIN 7397-37-9703.) The site is designated Public <br />Land in the Comprehensive Plan.; and <br />WHEREAS, staff has reviewed the subject application and recommends <br />approval, subject to the conditions, as stated in the staff report; and <br />WHEREAS, the Planning Commission held a public hearing on this item on <br />July 5, 2006, and recommends approval as stated in Res. No. 06-113; and <br />WHEREAS, a public hearing, duly advertised in a local newspaper for a period <br />of two weeks, was held on September 5, 2006, and interested citizens were heard; and <br />WHEREAS, general welfare and good zoning practice are served by the <br />approval of the application; <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED that the Prince William Board of <br />County Supervisors does hereby approve Special Use Permit #PLN2006-00211, CWS <br />Telecommunications Monopole @ Gainesville Volunteer Fire Department, at a height of 140 <br />feet, with a minimum 140 feet setback from the common lot line with Tyler Elementary <br />School, and with a condition that the cabling serving the monopole will be internal to the <br />monopole rather than external, subject to the conditions dated July 6, 2006; <br />BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that the Prince William Board of County <br />Supervisors' approval and adoption of any conditions does not relieve the applicant and/or <br />subsequent owners from compliance with the provisions of any applicable ordinances, <br />regulations, or adopted standards. <br />