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1984_11_28_O053The Town of Leesburg in Virginia ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE: PRESENTED 84-0-53 ADOPTED AMENDING THE LEESBURG ZONING MAP IN RE ZM-50 November 28, 1984 Noven~er 28, 1984 WHEREAS, Rezoning Application #50 by European-American Furniture Company, originally submitted by Fort Beauregard Associates, for an M-1 rezoning was referred to the Planning Commission on July 19, 1984; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission on September 6, 1984, held a public hearing on the application for rezoning; and WHEREAS, the applicant's original written proffers were presented to the Planning Commission prior to the Commission's recommendation; and WHEREAS, on October 18, 1984, the Planning Commission adopted a resolution recommending to the Council denial of the M-1 rezoning request; and WHEREAS, the applicant agreed to rezoning to a less intense zoning district and submitted revised written proffers to the Council on November 14, 1984; and WHEREAS, the Council held a public hearing on November 14, 19841; and WHEREAS, it is determined that the public necessity, convenience, general welfare and good zoning practice will be served by rezoning the subject property to PD-GI, instead of M-1 as requested because: (1) this is logical extension of an existing PD-GI area; and (2) the Tuscarora Creek floodplain creates a logical boundary between eu~loyment zoning to the north and residential zoning to the south; THEREFORE, ORDAINED by the Council of the Town of Leesburg in Virginia as follows: SECTION I. The Leesburg Zoning Ordinance is amended to revise the zoning district map to change from Loudoun County R-1 and Town R-2 to Loudoun County -2- PD-GI parcels of land containing 7.3 acres located on the west side of Lawson Road (Route 654) and shown on the plat submitted with the application dated July 2, 1984 by Bengtson, DeBell, Elkin and Titus; subject, however, to the following conditions proffered by the applicant pursuant to Section 15.1-491 of the 1950 Code of Virginia, as amended, and Section 11-8-4 of the Leesburg Zoning Ordinance: (a) Developmemt concept plans meeting the requirements of Article 7 of the Loudoun County Zoning Ordinance shall be submitted to the town as part of all applications for development of the tract. (b) No free-standing sign directed to motorists on the Route 7-15 Leesburg Bypass shall be erected on the tract. (c) Ail outdoor storage of materials and maintenance activities shall be screened from the Route 7-15 Bypass and the NVRPA trail with screens as shown on approved concept development plans for the tract, (d) No parking area'shall be created within 30 feet of the Route 7-15 Leesburg Bypass right-of-way. (e) The bonded development plan for the tract shall include, in addition to on-site street improvements required by the subdivision and land development regulations, the widening of the Lawson Road pavememt from the south property line of the VDH&T residency office property to the tract to be rezoned to a width of 22 feet. The additional width shall be constructed to town street specifications. (f) The following uses shall be prohibited on the tract: (a) Dry cleaning plant (b) Commercial repair garage (c) Commercial office building This ordinance shall be in effect upon its passage. SECTION II. PASSED this 28th day of November , 1984. Robert E. Sevila, Mayor Town of Leesburg ATTEST: The Town o£Leesburg in Virginia ORDINANCE NO. 84r0-53A AN ORDI. NANCE: PRESENTED November 28, 1984 ADOPTED November 28~ 1984 AMENDING SECTION 5.1-61 OF THE TOWN CODE REGARDING APP.0INTMENTS TO THE CABLE TELEVISION ADVISORY COMMISSION ORDAINED by the Council of the Town of Leesburg in Virginia as follows: SECTION I. Section 5.1-61 of the Town Code is amended to read as follows: Sec. 5.1-61. Commission Established Generall~f (a) The Leesburg Cable Television Advisory Commission is hereby established. The commission shall consist of six members who shall be residents of the town. The office of any member shall be vacated if he or she becomes a nonresident of the town. Any vacancy shall be filled for the unexpired term in the same manner as provided herein for original and sub- sequent appointments. Members shall serve for terms of four years except for Councilmanic members. The first five members' terms shall end on June 30, 1983, with ensuing terms ending every four years thereafter. The ~ Council shall appoint three members by &L~dw~,~' t:,~ ~L~.~~-~ t:,~ t~w~ ~:o~ncil and two members shall be appointed by the franchisee by and with the consent of the town council. The Council shall appoint one member from the council to serve on the Commission whose term of office shall correspond to his offi- cial tenure of office as a councilmember. No member of the commission shall have any interest in franchisee or its contractors; or be an employee of the town. Members of the commission shall be subscribers of the cable television system during their terms when service is available to their residences. (b) Members shall be paid $600.00 each per year by the town, payable in equal monthly installments. Members shall be reimbursed for actual expen- ses incurred in the exercise of their functions subject to the availability of funds appropriated for the purpose and as approved in advance by the town manager. (c) The Commission shall elect its chairman annually and the town manager, or his designate, shall serve as secretary. The Commission shall meet monthly or more often as determined by the Commission. SECTION II. Ail prior ordinances and resolutions in conflict herewith are repealed. CBLCOMI.1 Cable Commission Ordinance Page 2 SECTION III. This Ordinance shall be effective upon its passage.. PASSED this 28th day of November , 1984. ATTE ST: Sevlla, Mayo~ Town of Leesburg CBLCOM2 ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 16 (PERMIT, INSPECTION FEE) PASSED this 25th day of July ,1984, Robert E. Sevila, Mayor Town of Leesburg ATTEST: Clerk of/~12ouncil