Milestone Tower Limited Partnership hopes to build a 114-foot monopoly and other equipment for the facility, which would be blocked off by an eight-foot-tall, chain-link fence.
Dranesville District Supervisor John Ulfelder said the applicant submitted several revisions earlier this year, which the county’s staff recommended for approval in an addendum to their initial report.
“I would like to give a little more time for people to review the staff addendum and provide comments,” he said.
Ulfelder also noted the Fairfax County Public Schools met with residents who were concerned about the plan earlier this month.
Milestone reduced the height of the tallest monopole by 10 feet. The company also plans to install a sand filter for water quality treatment purposes.
Initially, Milestrone proposed purchasing off-site nutrient credits to make up for water quality control requirements. The facility would be located on the north side of the existing football field between two existing stadium light poles with heights of 70 and 85 feet.
The proposal has been deferred, but a date on the planning commission’s docket has not yet been announced.
Once approved by the commission, the proposal will head to the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors for a final vote.
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