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MEMORANDUM <br /> COUNTY OF LOUDOUN <br /> DATE: May 22, 2019 <br /> TO: Department and Agency Heads <br /> FROM: Tim Hemstreet, County Administrator <br /> SUBJECT: Action Report of the May 20, 2019, Board of Supervisors Loudoun County 2019 <br /> Comprehensive Plan Work Session <br /> Link to meeting video: <br /> http://loudoun.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=77&clip id=5898&meta_id=160138 <br /> Listed below is a summary report of the Board of Supervisors (Board) Loudoun County 2019 <br /> Comprehensive Plan Work Session. Please work with your staff to follow through on the action <br /> as noted. <br /> 1. Loudoun County 2019 Comprehensive Plan—Transition Policy Area(TPA) <br /> Charles Yudd, Deputy County Administrator, provided an overview of the Loudoun 2019 <br /> Comprehensive Plan Work Session staff report, which focused on the Transition Policy Area. <br /> Amanda Baxter with Kimley Horn along with Lou Mosurak from the Department of <br /> Transportation and Capital Infrastructure, presented a PowerPoint presentation on the <br /> Countywide Transportation Plan for the Transition Policy Area. Alaina Ray, Director of <br /> Planning and Zoning presented the PowerPoint presentation on plan polices related to the <br /> Transition Policy Area. <br /> There were no motions presented to the Board of Supervisors for consideration. <br /> Board Requests: <br /> Supervisor Higgins requested that staff follow up with the County Attorney's Office <br /> regarding implementation of a Planning Overlay District related to design commitments in <br /> the Transition Policy Area. <br /> Chairman Randall requested that staff provide scenarios for what Transition Light Industrial <br /> designation would look like in areas Al and P2. <br /> Chairman Randall requested that staff explore if a portion of F 1 could be designated <br /> Transitional Compact Neighborhood. <br /> Supervisor Letourneau requested that staff address infrastructure availability including <br /> electrical power in areas M1, M2, and M3. <br />