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  • June 20, 2012

    LDC is working with May's Quarter, LLC on a multi-phase, proffered subdivision plan in Prince William County. Approval of these plans will permit the construction of 253 single-family detached homes, which will ultimately be joined by a community recreation center, swimming pool, sports courts, extensive trail network and other amenities.

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  • June 20, 2012

    The Board of Supervisors for Prince William County voted on December 21, 2004 to amend the text of its Zoning Ordinance.

    Details of the amendments can be found by accessing the below link:
    Prince William County Zoning Ordinance Update
    Additionally, the Board took action to initiate amendments to its Design and Construction Manual (DCSM) and the Subdivision Ordinance.  Details of the proposed changes may be found in the below document.

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  • June 20, 2012

    1.  A separate Design Guide has been prepared which is an Appendix to the Road Design Manual.

    2.  Section 24 VAC 30-91-20. Applicability

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  • June 20, 2012

    1.  Section B-1-Introduction
    The Design Guide replaces much of the detailed construction information formerly contained in the Subdivision Street Requirements.  The Design Guide will become Appendix B to the Road Design Manual.

    2. Section B-2-Design Criteria, Terrain
    Terrain is no longer a primary factor in street design.

    3. Section B-3-Roadway Geometric Design Criteria, Table 1 and Table 2

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  • June 20, 2012

    An amendment has been made to the Fairfax County Code and Subdivision Ordinance regarding shared utility easements effective July 1, 2004.  

    A shared utility easement must be shown on all proposed subdivision plans and final subdivision plats except for minor lot line adjustment plats. A 15' shared utility easement must be ahown parallel to the proposed right-of-way for detached single-family developments. A 10' shared utility easement to be shown at the rear of townhouse lots.

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