Scott Adams, an attorney for McGuireWoods and a representative for Evergreene Companies presents in front of the Braddock District Braddock District Land Use Committee in June. Photo Credit: Sherell Williams
Braddock District residents will have another opportunity to share their thoughts on the rezoning application from Evergreene Companies to build 10 single-family homes in Fairfax during a public hearing in front of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Tuesday.
The public hearing is scheduled for 3:30 p.m., according to the Board of Supervisors agenda. The public hearing will be at the Fairfax County Government Center, located at 12000 Government Center Pkwy in Fairfax.
If the application is approved, the homes would be built on Banting Drive in Fairfax adjacent to the Briarwood Community in the Braddock District.
Back in July, the Fairfax County Planning Commission unanimously voted to recommend the Board of Supervisors approve Evergreene's application to rezone the Penn Property from a residential district to a Planned Development Housing, or PDH, with three dwelling units per acre. The application was originally filed with Fairfax County on Dec. 4.
Residents who wish to speak are encouraged to call 703-324-3151 to register.