Docket #1325 - Walmart Supercenter - Public Notice
THE BOARD OF APPEALS FOR CHARLES COUNTY, MARYLAND has been petitioned by Waldorf Restaurant, Inc. for a Special Exception to allow for construction and operation of a Walmart Supercenter proposed at Mattawoman Drive & southbound Crain Highway (U.S. Route 301) in Waldorf, Maryland. This use is categorized as retail sales greater than 100,000 sq. ft. on one floor, as provided in Article XIII, Section §297-212 (Use #6.01.150) and Article XXV, Section §297-415 of the Charles County Zoning Ordinance. The proposed Walmart Supercenter will be a one-story building consisting of an approximately 184,015 square foot building and an approximate 8,452 square foot open air garden center. Use 6.01.150 is permissible within the Transit Orientated Development (TOD) zone only via special exception approval from the Board of Appeals.
The subject property is part of a larger approved development known as “Waldorf Station” and is designated as Charles County Tax Map 8, Grid 6, Parcels 17, 26, 254, 339 and 588, in the 6th Election District. The proposed use will occupy approximately 20.01 acres of the 143.67 acre property located in the Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Zone, with Highway Corridor (HC) and Resource Protection Zone (RPZ) overlays.
The Board of Appeals is hereby giving notice that a Public Hearing will be held on this matter Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. in the Commissioners Meeting Room of the Charles County Government Building, La Plata, Maryland.
The Petition and Plats, filed on February 18, 2014, and Zoning Officer’s Report for Docket #1325 are available for inspection at the Office of the Board of Appeals located in the Planning Division of the Planning and Growth Management Department, Charles County Government Building, La Plata, Maryland.
BOARD OF APPEALS FOR
CHARLES COUNTY, MARYLAND
Brendan Moon, Chairman
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