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Item #1 Cataldo Industries III, L.L.C. Change of Zoning District ...

Item #1 Cataldo Industries III, L.L.C. Change of Zoning District ...

Item #1 Cataldo Industries III, L.L.C. Change of Zoning District

Item #1 Cataldo Industries III, L.L.C. Change of Zoning District Classification 4329 Bonney Road District 3 Rose Hall June 9, 2010 REGULAR Joseph Strange: At this time, we will address the remaining matters on our agenda. I’ve asked our Secretary, Commissioner Al Henley, to call the first item. Al Henley: Thank you. The first item is item 1. An application of Cataldo Industries III, L.L.C. for a Change of Zoning District Classification from R-7.5 Residential District to Conditional O-1 Office District on property located at 4329 Bonney Road, District 3, Rose Hall. Eddie Bourdon: Thank you Mr. Henley. For the record, I’m Eddie Bourdon, a Virginia Beach attorney representing Cataldo Industries, the applicant on this item. The subject property is located on the south side of Bonney Road just to the west of South Fir. This is the Sirine office building that has been on that corner for many, many years. To the east, this is the Floriday’s property that was rezoned about a year ago. We got apartment zoning to the east. This is an A- 36 assisted living senior housing facility that has been on that piece of property for a number of years. The proposal for this piece is to rezone it to O-1, which is the least intense office zoning district, and to construct two buildings for permitted office uses, not conditional use. This is an office building here, and the second is a building that will house a child care center, which is a permitted O-1 use. The development is very attractive. You got a positive recommendation from staff for the attractive building. Styles are one-story building, and having represented the applicant on the Floriday’s property to the east that I mentioned earlier, I’ve been dealing with the people who own properties or live on South Fir. There are a number of rental properties there as well as well as owner occupied. The biggest concern they had that they expressed to me, and they expressed with regard to this undeveloped piece of property that were is before you today, if you can go back to the zoning map, was the fact that most of their homes were onestory homes, and the idea of multi-family/multi-story homes adjacent, and the potential of that occurring here, given what’s located directly to the west was their biggest concern. I’m happy we went back to them with this proposal on this piece of property, which I just happened to be fortunate enough to have the purchaser contact me about representing him. My reaction was I think they will love it. That is what we heard. They are very happy that we’re dealing with an office use, and a single-family office use, something that will not tower over them. Now, with regard to the specifics of the design, we have a six-foot vinyl privacy fence here that is set ten feet from the property lines, and Category I landscaping all the way around. We placed a dumpster at a 30-foot setback with a masonry closure and landscape outward of that. With regard to the BMP, we got a four feet picket style fence around that just as a security and liability protection. We placed all of the landscaping on the frontage back from the right-of-way so it was not to create any potential impediments to line of sight in either direction for vehicles that are exiting the site, rather than placing it out at the front of the property. We also did the same

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