The Board of Supervisors swiftly passed 14 cash proffer amendment cases at its April 24 meeting.
In most cases, all but the transportation proffers were eliminated on undeveloped residential lots, and the transportation proffers were reduced to $2,306 per lot, in accordance with the new policy the board adopted this year.
The amendments were approved with minimal discussion, and no one addressed the board during the public hearings.
Developers and property owners seeking amendments were:
In the Beaverdam District, Rhyne Residential Development LLC for The Branches at Stony Run;
In the Chickahominy District, Coolwell Preservation Partners for Cool Well, Eagle Construction of VA, also for Cool Well, and TL Hunt LLC for Rutland;
In Cold Harbor, Jordan Woods LLC for Jordan Woods, Balducci Developers LLC for Morning Glory, Virginia Land Development LLC for McGhee’s Outlook, and Carol W. and Walter J. Rawls Trustees for Tarwood Estates;
In the Henry District, Ruddy Duck Ventures for the Bluffs at Bell Creek, Section 4, Glebe Hill Associates Inc. for Glebe Hill, Randall Scott Loving, Sr., for Foxal Estates, and Rogers-Chenault, Inc. for Meredith Place;
In Mechanicsville, Godsey Properties LLC for Village at Pebble Creek;
And in the South Anna District, Teresa and Alvin Shifflett, et al., for Pony Farm Estates.
TL Hunt had already negotiated road improvements in connection to the Rutland development, thereby negating any need to charge the $2,306 per unit transportation proffer. The board eliminated the community facilities proffers.
The same situation applied to Meredith Place in the Henry District and Village at Pebble Creek in Mechanicsville, where the developers also negotiated specific road improvements.
All cases were approved unanimously.