Council vacates sewer easement for 209 Maury Avenue project
The Charlottesville City Council has voted to approve the relocation of a sewer line for the redevelopment of 209 Maury Avenue. That’s a property right on the border with the University of Virginia. In May, Council approved a special use permit allowing for additional density and a parking reduction for a total of 64 units.
“As part of the development process, the current developer is going to be constructing a new sewer line in a different location than the one that was established previously,” said City Attorney Lisa Robertson at the October 17, 2022 Council meeting.
That required a vote from Council to change the easement and to make a boundary line adjustment. They’ll later have to come back and accept the new public right of way for the sewer.
“By going ahead with the vacation, you’ll allow the developer to proceed with various financing applications and to proceed with the development,” Robertson said.
This was a public hearing, but the agenda for the meeting did not indicate that. No one spoke during the public hearing, either in person or virtually.
Before you go: The time to write and research of this article is covered by paid subscribers to Charlottesville Community Engagement. In fact, this particular installment comes from the October 20, 2022 edition of the program. To ensure this research can be sustained, please consider becoming a paid subscriber or contributing monthly through Patreon.
Pingback: Jefferson Scholars buys property slated for 64 apartments near UVA | Information Charlottesville