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Stafford Planning Commission to consider two commercial applications

The Stafford County Planning Commission will consider applications for two commercial-oriented projects at its July 13 meeting.

Dale City-based The Hylton Group is applying for a zoning change at an 18.6-acre property on the west side of Mine Road about 200 feet south of Greenspring Drive. The property is part of the planned Hampton Run development, which has received preliminary county approval for 40 new homes and is just south of Garrisonville Road and the Stafford Marketplace. The property is currently zoned Suburban Residential, and the applicant has requested a reclassification to Urban Commercial. That would allow for the development of a commercial retail and office complex. Stafford attorney Clark Leming is representing the developer, whose proffers would include transportation improvements and land dedication for public pedestrian trails. Plans call for a trail connection between the residential neighborhood and the commercial project. County officials say this is Hylton’s first venture in Stafford.

Also, Jenny Holbert is asking for a conditional use permit for the Forbes Street Bed and Breakfast on 6.7 acres at 419 Forbes St. in southern Stafford. She is represented by Spotsylvania attorney John Kaila.

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