Marian Harders

As a land use planner in the Prince William office, Marian is actively engaged in the legal analysis of land use development practices with respect to rezoning, special use permit and conditional use permit cases within Prince William and Stafford Counties.

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Carter’s Mill, Haymarket’s New Age-Restricted Community

by on November 14, 2017
Carter’s Mill, Haymarket’s New Age-Restricted Community

The Carter’s Mill project involved two land use applications for a ±128-acre site in Haymarket. Pete Dolan and Marian Harders provided land use and zoning counsel. Tom Colucci and Antonia Miller provided transactional counsel. A Comprehensive Plan Amendment and a rezoning from A-1 (Agricultural) and PBD (Planned Business District) to PMR (Planned Mixed Residential) allow […]

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Potomac Landfill, Inc., Reaches Historic Agreement with Town of Dumfries

by on February 11, 2016
Potomac Landfill, Inc., Reaches Historic Agreement with Town of Dumfries

The Town of Dumfries and the owners of Potomac Landfill, Inc., made Virginia land use history at the February 2 Town Council meeting. PLI and the Council agreed to enter into a “host fee agreement” centered on three provisions that are unprecedented for a Virginia Construction, Demolition, and Debris (CDD) landfill. First, the agreement provides […]

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Blackburn Project Promises to Transform 128 Acres in the Gainesville District

by on January 14, 2016
Blackburn Project Promises to Transform 128 Acres in the Gainesville District

On November 17, 2015, the Prince William County Board of Supervisors approved the Blackburn project, a plan that promises to transform the Balls Ford Road/Ashton Avenue corridors located in the Gainesville District of the County. On behalf of the applicant, Shareholder Jay du Von and Land Use Planner Marian Harders presented a robust proffer package […]

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Two Residential Rezoning Applications Approved for Prince William County

by on August 18, 2015
Two Residential Rezoning Applications Approved for Prince William County

On behalf of HC Land Company LC, Walsh, Colucci, Lubeley & Walsh Shareholder Jay du Von and Land Use Planner Marian Harders obtained approval from the Prince William County Board of Supervisors for two companion rezoning applications located in the Coles Magisterial District and Potomac Magisterial District. Land planning and engineering was provided by Land […]

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Cayden Ridge Approval Will Now Include Residential Development

by on August 18, 2015
Cayden Ridge Approval Will Now Include Residential Development

On behalf of Miller and Smith, Shareholder Jay du Von and Land Use Planner Marian Harders successfully obtained approval of a 149-unit development off Signal Hill Road that includes a Comprehensive Plan Amendment and a rezoning. The 57-acre site was planned for office uses but, given the existing surrounding residential development pattern, the Board approved […]

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