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Frank T. Williams Farm Tract (Coastal Virginia Commerce Park)
On July 10, 2018, City Council approved an initiating resolution "directing the Planning Commission to consider and make recommendations concerning an amendment to the 2035 Comprehensive Plan to designate a portion of the Frank T. Williams Farm Property for commercial, industrial, or similar non-residential designation, such as light industry/logistics".
At the November 14,
Previously, on November 15, 2016, City Council approved a resolution to designate 1,420 acres of the Frank T. Williams Farm Tract, known as the Coastal Virginia Commerce Park (Phase I), as a Unique Economic Development Opportunity (UEDO). As part of the resolution, City Council also directed the Planning Commission to consider and make recommendations concerning an amendment to the 2035 Comprehensive Plan to designate such property for commercial, industrial, or similar non-residential designation, such as light industrial/logistics. On January 11, 2017,
Refer to the UEDO Policy, full report with comments, and the November 15,
The UEDO Policy is an element of the Moving Forward Chesapeake 2035 Comprehensive Plan. Designation as a Unique Economic Development Opportunity enables properties that meet certain conditions outlined in the UEDO Policy to be considered for unique economic development purposes. A site receiving this designation would be strategically promoted for economic development in Chesapeake.
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