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Sterling Wheeler

Planning and Zoning Consultant

Sterling Wheeler

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Background Information

Employment History

Branch Chief, Planning Division

Department of Planning and Zoning


g Consultant, Recently Retired As of Chief, Policy and Plan Development

Fairfax County


Web References(9 Total References)


Past News

www.dittinc.com [cached]

Sterling Wheeler, with the Fairfax County Department of Planning and Zoning, said in an earlier interview that components of the central prison facility have been earmarked for adapted reuse.
Some of the older brick buildings from the 1920s and 1930s will be designated as a national historic registered district, thus preserving them.


www.connectionnewspapers.com

Sterling Wheeler, chief of Policy & Plan Development Branch, in Fairfax, told the audience, "Tysons Corner is already being bypassed by Reston Town Center," and as major corporations make their decisions, the traffic difficulties in Tysons will deter them.Opponents of Dulles Rail like state Sen.


www.fairfaxconnection.com

Sterling Wheeler, chief of Policy & Plan Development Branch, in Fairfax, told the audience, "Tysons Corner is already being bypassed by Reston Town Center," and as major corporations make their decisions, the traffic difficulties in Tysons will deter them.Opponents of Dulles Rail like state Sen.


Town Weighs in on Tysons - News - Vienna/Oakton Connection - Connection Newspapers

www.viennaconnection.com [cached]

"We want to let people know what the process is and when their opportunities will be to provide us with their input and get involved," said Sterling Wheeler, chief of policy and plan development for Fairfax County's Department of Planning and Zoning."They mayor asked us to come here and see if we can get some information out."The task force already met with town residents and officials at the Vienna Community Center in a "community dialogue" last year to discuss some of the concerns and requests, according to Wheeler.The session was the most popular of any of the 20 held in several regions inside and bordering Tysons Corner, with about 90 residents, including the mayor and several elected officials participating, he added.Now, the project has moved into a further stage where residents looking to participate further in the process will be offered the opportunity to attend workshops to discuss "three distinct futures" for Tysons Corner and "identify issues" important to residents next month, according to Wheeler.


Manassas Journal Messenger | Centex backs down on plan

www.manassasjm.com [cached]

Sterling Wheeler, chief of policy and planning for Fairfax County, said there have been similar, though much smaller, situations in Fairfax County over the years.The most recent included a development at Tysons Corner in the 1980s, where developers bought two single-family neighborhoods to make room for development, Wheeler said in a March interview."The largest one that has occurred recently was the former Fair Lee neighborhood at the Vienna Metro," Wheeler said of the project that took about 50 houses for redevelopment.The people there got together and bargained collectively for better prices, Wheeler said.The scale of the Belmont proposal surpassed anything Wheeler had heard of in the area.Subscribe to the Newspaper


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