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MOTION:MCQUIGG July 1,1997 <br />Regular Meeting <br />SECOND:BARG Ord.No.97-68 <br />RE:REZONING #97-0017,GORDON BOULEVARD HIGHWAY CORRIDOR <br />OVERLAY DISTRICT (WOODBRIDGE AND OCCOQUAN <br />MAGISTERIAL DISTRICTS) <br />ACTION:APPROVED <br />WHEREAS,this is a proposal to establish a Highway Corridor Overlay District <br />(HCOD)along Gordon Boulevard (Route 123)from Route 1 to the Town of Occoquan,The <br />overlay district will apply to property having a boundary located within 500 feet of the Gordon <br />Boulevard right-of-way,and the Station Plaza and Gordon Plaza shopping centers,and will be <br />established in accordance with Part 503 of the Zoning Ordinance and Section 1000 of the <br />Design and Construction Standards Manual,in the Woodbridge and Occoquan Magisterial <br />Districts;and <br />WHEREAS,staff has reviewed the subject application and recommends <br />approval as stated in their staff report prepared May 21,1997;and <br />WHEREAS,the Planning Commission held a public hearing on this item on <br />June 4,1997,and recommends approval,as stated in Res.No.97-059;and <br />WHEREAS,a public hearing,duly advertised in a local newspaper for a period <br />of two weeks,was held on July 1,1997,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 Rezoning #97-0017,Gordon Boulevard Highway <br />Corridor Overlay District and does hereby establish an “Urban Arterial”category Highway <br />Corridor Overlay District with boundaries set 500 feet back along Gordon Boulevard between <br />Route 1 and 1-95,and a “Suburban Arterial”category Highway Corridor Overlay District with <br />boundaries set 500 feet back along Gordon Boulevard between 1-95 and the Town of <br />Occoquan; <br />BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that the Board of County Supervisors’ <br />approval and adoption of any conditions or proffers does not relieve the applicant and/or <br />subsequent developers from compliance with the provisions of any applicable ordinances, <br />regulations,or adopted standards.