The Cumberland County Board of Supervisors will meet on Tuesday, October 12, 2010, at 7:00 p.m., or as soon there-after as may be heard, in the Circuit Courtroom at the Cumberland Courthouse in Cumberland, Virginia, to conduct a public hearing pursuant to Virginia Code Section 15.2-2204, which such hearing may be continued or adjourned, as re-quired under applicable law, and to consider the following item and taking actions in furtherance thereof:
Rezoning No. 10-01, Gary C. & Phyllis M. Groneweg – A request to rezone the following property from A-2, Agricul-tural and R-2, Rural Residential to B-1, Business and amend the Cumberland County Zoning Map accordingly:
Tax Map 65, Insert A3, Section A, Parcel 54 with respect to 2.603 acres. The affected property is located in Election District 3 on east side of Rt. 45 (Cumberland Road) at its intersection with Rt. 727 (Hillcrest Road) approximately 500 feet south of the Rt. 45 and Rt. 60 (Anderson Highway) intersection. The general usage of the proposed rezoned property is commercial. The affected property is not within a growth area as designated by the Comprehensive Plan. The general usage of the proposed rezoned property is rural residential. The current usage set forth in the land use section of the Comprehensive Plan shall be limited commercial with uses that prohibit extensive and large-scale agricultural, industrial and commercial activities as desired in areas outside of growth areas as designated by the Comprehensive Plan.
Copies of the complete text of the above rezoning request and associated plan are available for public review at the of-fice of the Cumberland County Planning Department, County Administration Building, 1 Courthouse Circle, Cumberland, Virginia between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm of each business day. The public is invited to attend these hearings at which per-sons affected may appear and present their views. Questions or comments may be directed to Mr. Andrew V. Sorrell, Planning Director at (804) 492-3520. Persons with disabilities are urged to contact the County Administrator's Office at (804) 492-3625 at least five (5) days prior to the meeting to arrange for any necessary accommodations.