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January 8, 2009

Organizational Meeting
Warren Green Building Meeting Room
10 Hotel Street, Warrenton, VA 20186
1:00 p.m.
Possible additions to the agenda and related materials are not set forth herein.

  1. CALL TO ORDER – COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR, CHAIRMAN PRO TEM
     
  2. ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA
     
  3. ELECTION OF THE CHAIRMAN
     
  4. ELECTION OF THE VICE-CHAIRMAN
     
  5. ADOPTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 2009 BYLAWS AND RULES OF PROCEDURE
     
  6. BOARD COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS BY CHAIRMAN

Work Session
Warren Green Building Meeting Room
10 Hotel Street, Warrenton, VA 20186
1:30 p.m.
Times set forth are approximate and may be adjusted as necessary

1:30 p.m.   AGENDA REVIEW

3:00 p.m.   A WORK SESSION TO PROVIDE AN UPDATE ON VARIOUS BUDGETARY MATTERS (Paul S. McCulla, Sponsor; Ari Sky, Staff)

3:30 p.m.   POSTPONED: A JOINT CLOSED SESSION WITH THE FAUQUIER COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD PURSUANT TO VIRGINIA CODE SECTION 2.2-3711(A)3  TO DISCUSS THE POTENTIAL ACQUISITION OF PROPERTY LOCATED NEAR OR ADJACENT TO FAUQUIER HIGH SCHOOL (Terrence L. Nyhous, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)

5:00 p.m.   BREAK

Regular Sessions
Warren Green Meeting Room
10 Hotel Street, Warrenton VA 20186

6:30 p.m.
Possible additions to the agenda and related materials are not set forth herein.

1.      INVOCATION – Raymond E. Graham

2.      PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE  

3.      ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

4.     CITIZENS’ TIME

5.      PROCLAMATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS

  • A Proclamation honoring Don Schenck for Over Twenty-Seven Years of Service to Fauquier County and Its Citizens

6.      CONSENT AGENDA

  1. A Resolution to Endorse the Virginia Association of Counties (VACo) Region 7 Legislative Priorities for the 2009 General Assembly (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff)
     

  2. A Resolution to Approve Travel Expenses in Accordance with Travel Policy and Procedures (Paul S. McCulla, Sponsor; Ari Sky, Staff)
     

  3. A Resolution Delegating to the Transportation Committee the Authority to Request that the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Install Warning Signs (R. Holder Trumbo, Jr., Sponsor; Susan K. Eddy, Staff)
     

  4. A Resolution for Subdivision Street Acceptance for the Brookside Subdivision: Tanglewood Drive, Tulip Hill Drive, Jocelyn Court, and Terrapin Court, Scott Magisterial District (R. Holder Trumbo, Jr., Sponsor; Stephanie Miller, Staff)
     

  5. A Resolution Authorizing the County Administrator to Donate Application Fees for Non-Profit Organizations (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Kimberley Johnson, Staff)
     

  6. A Resolution to Authorize the Submission of a Grant to Update the Airport Master Plan (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)
     

  7. A Resolution to Authorize the Submission of a Planning Grant to Develop a Plan to Address Housing Foreclosures as Provided Through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)
     

  8. A Resolution to Authorize an Agreement with Fauquier Habitat: Affordable Housing (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)
     

  9. A Resolution To Amend the Fauquier Board of Supervisors’ 2009 Legislative Priorities to Address Proposed and Possible State Budget Cuts (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff)
     

  10. A Resolution Authorizing the County Administrator to Execute a Non-Binding Letter of Intent with Europlasma Relating to a Comprehensive Review of the County’s Municipal Solid Waste Stream and the Conducting of a Waste to Energy Project Feasibility Study on Behalf of the County and Europlasma. (Peter B. Schwartz, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)
     

 

  1. A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR AND COUNTY ATTORNEY TO TAKE ALL ACTIONS NECESSARY TO EXTEND THE EXISTENCE OF THE FAUQUIER COUNTY WATER AND SANITATION AUTHORITY FOR A PERIOD OF FIFTY (50) YEARS (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)
     
  2. A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE A TRANSFER OF FUNDS FROM THE CAPITAL FUND RESERVE ACCOUNT (Terrence L. Nyhous, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)
     
  3. APPOINTMENTS
    • Agricultural and Forestal District Advisory Committee – Citizen at Large
    • Disability Services Board – Town of The Plains
    • Library Board  - Cedar Run District
    • Transportation Committee – Planning Commission Representative

     

  4. SUPERVISORS’ TIME
     
  5. ANNOUNCEMENTS

Public Hearings
Warren Green Meeting Room
10 Hotel Street, Warrenton VA 20186
7:00p.m.

  1. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT #CPAM06-LE-005 – DONALD R. THARPE AND TOLL BROTHERS X LIMITED PARTNERSHIP (OWNERS)/DONALD R. THARPE (APPLICANT) – THARPE/MARSH ROAD COMMERCIAL – Applicant wishes to obtain a Comprehensive Plan Amendment to add approximately 12.9 acres to the Bealeton Service District with the planned designation of Commercial Office.  The property is located on the east side of Marsh Road (Route 17) at its intersection with Old Marsh Road (Route 837), Lee District.  The Planning Commission recommended a designation of Commercial Office/Mixed Use and a text amendment to the Comprehensive Plan requiring a visual hard edge between the Bealeton Service District and Village of Liberty.  (PIN #6899-19-6609-000, 6990-10-5075-000 and a portion of 6899-29-1470-000)  (Holly Meade, Staff)
     
  2. DESIGNATION OF KINES ROAD (ROUTE 692) AS A RURAL RUSTIC ROAD – A public hearing to consider designating Kines Road (Route 692) from Old Auburn Road (Route 670) to the end of State Maintenance as a Virginia Department of Transportation Rural Rustic Road.  (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Susan K. Eddy, Staff)
     
  3. A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE AMENDMENT TO SECTION 12-13 OF THE CODE OF FAUQUIER COUNTY TO REVISE CERTAIN BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL AND OCCUPATION LICENSE FEES - A public hearing to consider whether to amend Section 12-13 of the County Code to impose a license fee of $25.00 for businesses whose gross receipts are $50,000 or less and $50.00 for businesses whose gross receipts are $100,000 or less but greater than $50,000.  This would apply to all businesses that currently have no other fee charged.  Those businesses classified as contractors earning $25,000 or less will be charged a fee of $20.00. These fees would apply to licenses issue for the Calendar Year 2009 forward and are not refundable.  (Paul S. McCulla, Sponsor; Ross D’Urso, Staff)
     
  4. A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE TO CLASSIFY REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY OWNED BY DIDLAKE, INC. AS EXEMPT FROM REAL PROPERTY TAXATION – A public hearing to consider whether to grant a tax exemption to Didlake, Inc., a charitable organization.  The assessed value of the property is $774,700 and annual taxes are $5,926.46.  (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)
     
  5. A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER AN AMENDMENT TO THE BETHEL ACADEMY SPECIAL TAXING DISTRICT ORDINANCE A public hearing to consider whether to amend the Bethel Academy Special Taxing District Ordinance to permit billing with the real estate tax bill.  The current ordinance provides for separate billing.  (Terrence L.  Nyhous, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff) 


Next Regular Meeting
February 12, 2009 ~ 6:30 P.M.
Location to be Determined.