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1 Stakeholder Recommendations Voting Results Public Input Yes No Abstain Total Count 1. On the matters that are of the highest importance to the community, strengthen the related policy statements through the use of more declarative language Revise the General Plan to better address the interrelationship between transportation and land use, and indicate the importance of mass transit and multi-modal transportation Better convey the design goals by adding additional linkages between concepts, and consider where refinement is needed to clarify the Plan s intent Revise the Housing chapter to add additional affordable housing policy statements and expand the content of the chapter to better cover housing generally (i.e. not solely focused on affordability) Reduce the proposed density for Old Ashburn to align with the recent ZOAM for the RC zoning district, and ensure that policy statements support the continued implementation of the Village Conservation Overlay District or an equivalent concept Expand the current Quality Development section of the Land Use chapter, and consider the possibility of expanding and separating Sustainability into an independent section Once data development and model results are finalized, establish numerical targets for policy statements where feasible General Plan Overall Yes No Abstain Total Count 1. As part of, or corollary to a healthy community component, add and better flesh out liveability, sustainability, equity and resiliency policies to proactively address the challenges that Loudoun will face in the twenty-first century.* Chapter 2 Urban Policy Area Yes No Abstain Total Count 1. The plan creates an Urban Policy Area at the Rte 7/28 intersection and designates the Rte 7 corridor all the way to Claiborne Parkway as either Urban Center or Urban Employment. These place types allow up to 8 stories. These should both be changed to Urban Community with a cap at 4 stories or Urban Community Commercial with a cap at 5 stories

2 2. The plan states the urban area at Rte 7/28 is designed to connect with Dulles Town Center. I recommend we change that focus to connect the Rte 7/28 urban area with the new metro stops via mass transit circulator buses.* Pages 2-25 and related text and policies 2-25 thru Change the Urban Planning Area at Rt 7 and Rt 28 to Suburban Policy Area--Suburban Town Center. Delete all other references to the northern UPA Chapter 2 Suburban Policy Area Yes No Abstain Total Count 1. Pages 2-41 thru Utilize the suburban place types for the already approved but unbuilt mixed use and town centers. Maintain existing Keynote Office Employment designations until a comprehensive analysis of development potential for the Rt 7 corridor and other impacted locations can be completed Chapter 2 Transition Policy Area Yes No Abstain Total Count 1. I move the Vision statement (pp 2-61) be restated as follows: The Transition Policy Area (TPA) provides for a permanent transition between the Suburban and Rural Policy Area that is a visually distinct area providing expansive open space and recreational opportunities and accommodating a development pattern that promotes environmental and drinking water source protection, housing diversity with quality design, and compatible economic growth I move that the previously presented map designating the specific land bays and their proposed place types be substituted for the map entitled Transition Policy Area Place Types I move that the two areas from the Rural Policy Area proposed for transfer to the Transition Policy Area be deleted from the map and text to maintain the boundaries of the Transition Policy Area in their current configuration.* Policy 1, Strategy 1.2 A. Modify this strategy to remove suburban style housing options and maintain a range of single family house sizes to accommodate a range of affordability and resident needs Policy 1, Strategy 2.1 C. Amend to state that 70% open space will be retained in the Occoquan, Beaverdam and Goose Creek Reservoir watersheds Chapter 2 Rural Policy Area Yes No Abstain Total Count

3 1. I move the Vision statement (pp2-75) be restated as follows: The Rural Policy Area (RPA) is a permanent rural area characterized by a unique composite of heritage and environmental assets, a sustainable rural economy based on working agricultural lands, rural tourism, preserved open space, and a limited residential base, all of which provide a high quality of life Chapter 2 Rural Villages Yes No Abstain Total Count 1. Policy 1, Strategy 1.1 F. This action should be moved up to become the first Rural Village policy Policy 1, Strategy 1.1 A & G. Delete these actions.# Chapter 2 Land Use Maps Yes No Abstain Total Count 1. Chapter Existing: Loudoun County Urban Policy Areas Place Types. INSERT: Extend Dotted Line of the Dulles Extended Runway Centerline (in green) to the approx.. point of the end of 65 LdN from the 2005 EIS for the LEFT Runway (current length shown is a little short) Chapter Existing: Loudoun County Suburban Policy Areas Place Types. INSERT: Extend Dotted Line of the Dulles Extended Runway Centerline (in green) to the approx.. point of the end of 65 LdN from the 2005 EIS for the LEFT Runway (current length shown is a little short) & show to the end of the 65LDN from the existing, Loudoun County AIOD for the new, 5th, Planned Future Runway Chapter Remove Rural Policy Area land bays P1, P2 and Q1 (not specifically designated on the map) from the Transition Policy Area.* Chapter Existing: Loudoun County Policy Areas New Comprehensive Plan. INSERT: Stick Figure of the 4 existing Dulles Runways & the location for the 5th, Planned Future Runway Chapter Existing: Loudoun County Redevelopment Areas New Comprehensive Plan. INSERT: Stick Figure of the 4 existing Dulles Runways & the location for the 5th, Planned Future Runway Chapter 3 Green Infrastructure Yes No Abstain Total Count 1. I move the Vision statement (pp 3-2) be restated as follows: Protect and enhance the County s Green Infrastructure network of natural and heritage resources which are fundamental to the County s sustainability and to the health, safety, welfare, and enjoyment of current and future generations

4 2. I move the first sentence of the second paragraph of the Introduction (pp 3-2) be restated as follows: This chapter provides guidance for the protection and inclusion of Green Infrastructure elements in all aspects of the development and redevelopment of the County.* Fully integrate Green Infrastructure concept into the text and policies as the framework that knits together all of the environmental, natural and historic resources.* River and Stream Corridor Resources - This policy should be reorganized to incorporate the elements of RSCR, permitted uses and the intended method of implementation (overlay district, ordinance zoning or codified), into the policy versus in the text boxes. Add strategies to help better break out actions by category, e.g. pollution prevention strategies, stormwater reduction strategies, BMPs and development strategies so that the policy goals are easier to understand Chapter 3 Green Infrastructure Maps Yes No Abstain Total Count 1. Existing: Loudoun County natural Resources, Rivers & Streams, Watersheds & Historic District Areas. INSERT: Stick Figure of the 4 existing Dulles Runways & the location for the 5th, Planned Future Runway Existing: Loudoun County 2040 Transportation Roadway Map Plan. Bicycle & PedEx, & Proposed Changes from 2010 CTP. INSERT: Stick Figure of the 4 existing Dulles Runways & the location for the 5th, Planned Future Runway Chapter 4 Housing Yes No Abstain Total Count 1. I move that all housing data (number of DU s, distribution by type of DU, and source such as pipeline, by-right, or new) used in the Fiscal Impact Analysis be included in chart form by spatial policy area I move the Vision Statement (pp 4-2) delete the words for all people who want to work and live in Loudoun County. So the Vision statement reads Encourage housing options that can accommodate a variety of lifestyles, households, ages, cultures, market preferences, incomes and special needs through the private market place Chapter 5 Economic Development Yes No Abstain Total Count

5 1. I move to delete Policy 2 Action B (pp 5-9) which states Steamline the process for amending the Comprehensive Plan to allow for flexible and timely responses to evolving market conditions and technological innovation and to reduce project time to market. 2. I move to delete Figure 3 Population Comparison of Recent Generations (pp 5-7)^ 3. Revise Vision Statement to include the value and purpose of economic development for the community. Also include acknowledgement of the value of keeping existing businesses. For example Collaborate to ensure an efficient, strong, diverse, and resilient economy that nurtures and supports existing businesses, generates jobs and income for a substantial number of Loudoun s households, with a steady stream of tax revenues that contribute to the public facilities and services for all Loudoun s citizens Chapter 6 Fiscal Management and Public Infrastructure Yes No Abstain Total Count 1. I move the Vision Statement (pp 6-2) be restated as follows: County residents will be provided high quality, efficient, and environmentally sensitive infrastructure systems, public facilities and services, within a strong framework of fiscal management I move to delete Policy 1, Action A (pp 6-5) which states Expedite the approval of capital facilities by establishing performance standards that would eliminate the need for legislative review I move to delete Policy 1, Action E (pp 6-6) which states Evaluate Commission Permit applications for County facilities on the character and extent of the maximum development potential of the site in order to permit future expansion and colocation without requiring Commission permit approval under Code of Virginia Section I move to restate Policy 8, Strategy 1.1. Action H (pp 6-6) by deleting the words Transition Policy Area and the residential areas of the Leesburg JLMA as follows: The County will extend the existing Small Area Plans to encompass the Urban and Suburban Policy Areas consistent with planned land use

6 5. Open Space policies pg.6-8. Include Parks and Trails with Open Space as a critical element of county facilities and (green) infrastructure and provide a description of the interrelated park and trail resources in the County including Town, County, NOVA Parks, State and Federal lands and how the County expects to treat these resources in the future Rural Policy Area - On Site and Shared Systems Strategy 3.6 pg Add new action to Prohibit the use of rural economy and open space lots for septic systems Policy 8, Strategy 8.3, H. Delete Transition Policy Area and Leesburg JLMA from the list of places where the existing Small Area Plans can be extended Policy 9, Strategy 9.3, i and ii. Eliminate i and ii from the list of areas where proffers may be anticipated Chapter 6 Fiscal Management and Public Infrastructure Maps Yes No Abstain Total Count 1. Existing: Loudoun County Existing Facilities, Small Area Boundaries, Water/Service Areas, Trails & Parks. INSERT: Stick Figure of the 4 existing Dulles Runways & the location for the 5th, Planned Future Runway Chapter 7 Implementation Yes No Abstain Total Count 1. Missing component needs objective evaluation indicators to be more robust. Incorporate objective indicators as a means to evaluate the plan and progress toward goals, such as STAR Communities. See CTP Maps Yes No Abstain Total Count 1. Existing: Loudoun County 2040 Transportation Roadway Map Plan. Bicycle & PedEx, & Proposed Changes from 2010 CTP. INSERT: Stick Figure of the 4 existing Dulles Runways & the location for the 5th, Planned Future Runway Additional Recommendations (Flip Chart Notes) Yes No Abstain Total Count Robust and Scalable vocational training to support agriculture/rural economy Chapter 3: Blue Boxes - No build buffer for parks unless mitigated or remove Chapter 2: Increase residential densities in UPA (everything other than transit center). Comparing UPA and SPA residential density are the same - UPA should be higher (30-40 example)

7 Light Industrial 1.0 FAR Look at methodology for calculating for density to make sure we get a diverse amount of residential units. Number and type Include transportation sustainability. High density transit, not singe occupancy vehicles - add to goal 2.* *correct total - two left for break # did not discuss ^correct total - one returned from break

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