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Town Hall Meeting - Thursday, January 3rd

Discussion in 'Broadlands Community Issues' started by The Broadlands Community, Dec 17, 2018.

  1. The Broadlands Community

    The Broadlands Community Active Member

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    Broadlands will be hosting another Town Hall meeting on Thursday, January 3rd to discuss the Section 202 annexation.

    The meeting will be from 6:30-8:00PM and held at the Broadlands Clubhouse at 43360 Rickenbacker Sq

    Denise Harrover, Vice President of Planning and Entitlements of Van Metre Companies will provide a presentation on the proposed section 202 annexation into Broadlands, which includes 261 townhome and condominium units on the former George Mason University property on Demott Drive between Waxpool Road and Mooreview Parkway/LCPS school site. Presented information includes unit style, section parking/landscape/amenity plan, pedestrian bridge connecting Fieldthorn Terrace and Demott Drive providing access to the Harris Teeter shopping center complete with pathway lighting, and annexation fees. Broadlands Association will present benefits/impacts to the community.

    See background information attached.

    If you would like to submit questions in advance or have inquiries, contact Sarah Gerstein at 703-729-9704 or Sarah@broadlandshoa.com.
     

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  2. flynnibus

    flynnibus Well-Known Member Forum Staff

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    Would the proposed section 202 be added to broadlands as part of southernwalk, and be part of the mandated billing, or be general broadlands?
     
  3. Mr. Linux

    Mr. Linux Senior Member & Moderator Forum Staff

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    Main Broadlands, not SWHOA.
     
  4. 1grtchr

    1grtchr Member

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    How many units are low-income units? I don't see any information in the document provided.
     
  5. vacliff

    vacliff "You shouldn't say that."

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    They should have that answer. My guess is the same percentage as the rest of Broadlands.
     
  6. vacliff

    vacliff "You shouldn't say that."

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    Found a little more information. For section 202 (the part under consideration for annexation into Broadlands) the Developer will provide 4 Unmet Housing Needs units (70-80% of Area Median Income). There are 261 total units.
    In section 204 (across Mooreview Parkway and not under consideration for annexation into Broadlands) there are up to 517 units.
    The Developer has a requirement to also provide 22 Affordable Dwelling Units that could be built in either section 202 or 204.
    Section 204 will also have 63 Unmet Housing Needs units with an average of 60% AMI.
    The Dveloper can provide more exact info at the meeting in case I am not completely accurate.
     
  7. 1grtchr

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    Okay thanks for info
    Thanks for follow-up
     

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