1. The board will discuss and decide on the proposed interim agreement between the Board and the Lake Anne Development Partners on the redevelopment of Crescent Apartments.
In July, the board chose Lake Anne Development Partners (Republic land) to redevelop the 16-acre parcel. There may be more than 900 units on the site of the current 181 units that are owned by Fairfax County.
One of the terms to move forward is an interim development agreement, which includes:
* A relocation plan for Crescent residents.
* Realignment of Village Road and the relocation plan must be included in the first phase of development.
* Republic must include plans for "Land Unit A," which is the Lake Anne Plaza parking lot, the empty convenience store location and the Association of School Business Officials building.
2. The ongoing Oakcrest School traffic issue. (NOTE: This has been changed to Sept. 24, but here is some background).
Oakcrest, a private girls school currently located in McLean, has been approved for more than three years to build on a site off Hunter Mill Road near Crowell Road.
The rezoning approved in 2010 required Oakcrest School to construct a roundabout at the intersection of Hunter Mill and Crowell roads to accommodate traffic going to and from the school.
But the school was unable to purchase all the land it needed and recently applied for a change in its traffic mitigation plans. The school wants to add as stoplight instead of a roundabout, and also has suggested removing an existing tree-lined berm along the edge of the property and moving the school’s entrance from Hunter Mill Road to Crowell Road.
Neighbors said at a public hearing in July that the changes break the deal that led them to support the Oakcrest's plans.
There will be a public hearing on the issue Tuesday. Last month, the Planning Commission recommended approval of a revised plan that maintains most of the berm and requires an additional entrance on Hunter Mill once school enrollment reaches 315 students. It also retains the traffic light.