Planners help VFW Hall rezoning |

The Orange County Scheduling Fee unanimously and expeditiously proposed acceptance of a rezoning application for an agritourism operation at the former Gordonsville VFW facility.

Hop On Enterprises, of Charlottesville, is in search of to rezone around six acres just outdoors the Town of Gordonsville from Common Household (R2) to Agricultural (A) for a select-your-operation, craft brewery and farm vineyard.

The rezoning request signifies a considerably less intensive use than what the property’s latest zoning permits.

The applicants, Andre Xavier and Jon Craig, work Hop On Cville, a transportation business that drives teams to wineries, breweries and other spots through the location.

In their venture narrative, the applicants lament the disrepair that has befallen the “iconic” Veterans of Overseas Wars Post 7638, and hope to leverage their knowledge in the hospitality marketplace to carry the home back again to existence by, “redirecting its purpose with a commitment to agriculture and greenspace.”

The house on Route 231 south heading towards Keswick, incorporates the post creating, an out of doors pavilion, concession stand, baseball field and parking large amount. The applicants show they program to keep the existing buildings and ball field, even though incorporating chilly storage and production area.