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May 04, 2006

Board of Supervisors recommends adjusting growth area boundary for NGIC

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The Albemarle County Planning Commission will receive a resolution from the Board of Supervisors to modify the 29 North growth area boundary to facilitate the expansion of the National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC).  At their May 3, 2006 meeting, the Supervisors voted 5-1 in favor of the boundary adjustment that would pull thirty acres into the growth area and remove about eighty acres from the Pantops Development Area (owned by another property owner).  The NGIC expansion would take place on a part of the thirty acres which the federal government would purchase from developer Wendell Wood.  NGIC expects to bring 800-1000 new jobs to the County.  The Planning Commission will take this matter up as part of the Places29 Master Plan in 2006-07. 

Daily Progress coverage is here.

Download resolution: 20060503-NGIC-Resolution.pdf

Listen to podcast: Download BOS_NGIC20060503.MP3

Highlights:

  • 0:55 -- Introduction of the resolution of intent by Ken Boyd (Rivanna).
  • 1:53 -- Comments from David Slutzky (Rio)
  • 3:00 -- Comments from Ken Boyd
  • 3:20 -- Comments from Lindsay Dorrier
  • 3:34 -- Comments from Dennis Rooker (Jack Jouett)
  • 5:47 -- Comments from Sally Thomas (Samuel Miller)
  • 7:37 -- Comments from Dennis Rooker on NGIC as an employer

Andrew Owen

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