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City of Williamsburg’s Planning Commission to Meet Jan. 19

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Here is what the Williamsburg Planning Commission has on its agenda for Jan. 19. (WYDaily/File photo)

WILLIAMSBURG — The City of Williamsburg’s Planning Commission is holding its meeting this Wednesday, Jan. 19, at 3:30 p.m. at the Stryker Center, 412 N Boundary St.

The Consent Agenda Items are:

  • SPR# 21-012: Freddy’s Restaurant 1611 Richmond Road: MVP II, LLC requests site plan approval to construct a 3,200 square foot Freddy’s fast-food restaurant with a drive-thru. The site plan review committee reviewed the plans on Dec. 15 and recommended the site plan’s approval.
  • SPR# 21-019: P3 Parking Lot Improvements 403 West Duke of Gloucester St. / 412 Prince George St: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation requests site plan approval to convert an existing alley to a new side patio for Blue Talon Bistro, as well as realigning Lot P3 to provide 8 additional parking spaces. The site plan review committee reviewed the plans on Dec. 15, 2021, and recommended the site plan’s approval. The committee was supportive of the proposal and design and had no additional requests. The staff recommends the site plan’s approval contingent upon as-built plans and certification by a licensed professional engineer that the construction of the project is in substantial conformance with the approved site plan before issuing a certificate of occupancy for the project.

The following is listed as public hearings that will take place this week:

  • PCR#21-017: Request of CDP WB PE LLC for a special use permit to increase the density allowed in the Limited Business Downtown District LB-1 for 14 unites per net acre to 19 units per net acre for property located at 506 North Henry Street.
  • PCR#20-018: Request of CDP WB PE LLC for a special use permit to encroach into 30 percent slopes for the redevelopment of Governor’s Inn Site for the proposed construction of up to 162 apartments and associated infrastructure at 506 North Henry Street.
  • Five-Year Capitol Improvement Program (FY23 to FY27): Citizens are requested to present items for inclusion in the Capital Improvement Program.

There are two public hearings scheduled to take place during the planning commission’s Feb. 16 meeting.

The first is a public hearing for PCR#22-001: a request for a special use permit to construct a new Tidal Wave Auto Spa at 1800 Richmond Road.

The second hearing scheduled for February is for PCR#22-002″ a request of Williamsburg Area Transit Authority (WATA) for a special use permit to operate and expand the Public Transportation and Maintenance Facility at 7239 Pocahontas Trail.

The Planning Commission work session is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 26, at 4:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Stryker Center.

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