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MOTION: COVINGTON March 16, 2010 <br />Regular Meeting <br />SECOND: NOHE Ord. No. 10 -13 <br />RE: SPECIAL USE PERMIT #PLN2010- 00152, MADISON CRESCENT SIGN <br />PACKAGE AMENDMENT - BRENTSVILLE MAGISTERIAL <br />DISTRICT <br />ACTION: APPROVED <br />WHEREAS, this is a request for special use permit (SUP) for modifications <br />from the Zoning Ordinance for signs in the context of a comprehensive sign plan program for <br />the non - residential component of Madison Crescent. A previous SUP (#PLN2007-003 3 1) for <br />sign modifications was granted. The proposal will add one shopping center identification sign <br />(illuminated monument sign) on Route 15 and replace a shopping center identification sign on <br />Route 29. The sign area and height will be increased. The site is located at 7800 and 7900 <br />Crescent Park Drive, which is in the northeastern quadrant of the intersection of Route 29 and <br />Route 15. The SUP site is identified on County maps as GPINS 7297 -10 -0142 and 7296 -19- <br />2979 and is zoned Planned Mixed Use Development (PMD). The site is designated <br />Community Employment Center (CEC), and is part of the I -66 /Route 29 Sector Plan; 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 held a public hearing on this item on <br />February 3, 2010, and recommends approval, as stated in Planning Commission Res. No. 10- <br />018; 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 March 16, 2010, and interested <br />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 #PLN2010- 00152, Madison <br />Crescent Sign Package Amendment, subject to the conditions dated February 4, 2010; <br />BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that the Board of County Supervisors' <br />approval and adoption of any conditions does not relieve the applicant and /or subsequent <br />owners from compliance with provisions of any applicable ordinances, regulations, or adopted <br />standards. <br />1 <br />