Townhouses, auto businesses, a zoning-ordinance amendment and a fast-food restaurant are among the many items to be considered next week by the West Fairfax County Citizens Association (WFCCA) Land-Use Committee.
The members will meet Tuesday, Oct. 15, at 7 p.m., in Supervisor Michael R. Frey's (R-Sully) conference room in the Fort Hill Building, 5900 Centreville Road in Centreville. The public is welcome. Here's what's on tap:
* A zoning-ordinance amendment is being sought so that the county Park Authority can enter into a partnership with a commercial entity. The change would enable D.C. United to build a training facility on the Quinn property.
* Wendy's would like to construct a restaurant across from the Burger King in Centreville.
* Midas Muffler wants to establish a business there, too, on the same parcel of land, off Old Centreville Road.
* The Ald Group is proposing a rezoning of nearly 2 1/2 acres at Route 29 and ODay Drive from one to eight homes per acre so it may build townhouses there.
* A business called P-Q LLC is seeking a rezoning of land on the south side of Route 29 and west of the Pickwick Square Shopping Center. It also hopes to obtain a special-exception permit so it may establish a combination quick lube and carwash on that site.
* Sequoia Bancshares needs a special-exception permit so it may add a drive-in lane to its existing bank. It's on Willard Road near the Chantilly Post Office.
* The Chantilly Youth Association (CYA) is asking permission to install lights at three baseball fields which its teams currently use. They're on 10 acres which are part of the 23.6-acre Chantilly Regional Library parcel. Plans include adding a concession stand/storage shed, flagpole and lighted scoreboard, at a later date.
* The developer of the Chantilly Crossing Shopping Center, off Route 50 west, is again revising plans for the buildings there. This time, the proposal is to replace a planned hotel with a Marlo furniture store.