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February 18, 2010

Work Session
Warren Green Building Meeting Room
10 Hotel Street, Warrenton, VA 20186
11:00 a.m.
Times set forth are approximate and may be adjusted as necessary

11:00 A.M.            AGENDA REVIEW

12:30 P.M.            WORKING LUNCH

1:30 P.M.              A WORK SESSION TO REVIEW CURRENT FIRE RESCUE SERVICE DELIVERY ABILITIES AND ESTABLISH COUNTYWIDE UNIFORMED SERVICE DELIVERY EXPECTATIONS (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Thomas M. Billington, Staff)

2:30 P.M.              A JOINT WORK SESSION BETWEEN THE FAUQUIER COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND THE VINT HILL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY BOARD (Vint Hill Economic Development Authority/Board of Supervisors’ Liaison Committee, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)

3:00 P.M.              POSTPONED: VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (VDOT) PROJECT STATUS UPDATE (Paul S. McCulla, Sponsor; J. David Cubbage, Staff)

3:30 P.M.              A WORK SESSION TO DISCUSS A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A LAKE DRIVE ALTERNATIVE PURSUANT TO THE BROOKSIDE FARM PROFFER STATEMENT, ITEM III.C.2 (TRAFFIC CALMING MEASURES) (R. Holder Trumbo, Jr., Sponsor; Frederick, P.D. Carr, Staff)

4:00 P.M.              A CLOSED SESSION PURSUANT TO SECTION 2.2-3711 (A)(7) OF THE CODE OF VIRGINIA TO DISCUSS LEGAL MATTERS RELATED TO THE BISHOP’S RUN FIRE STATION PROFFERS AND REGULATION OF WINERY BUILDINGS (Terrence L. Nyhous, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)

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. INVOCATIONR. Holder Trumbo, Jr.

  2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

  3. ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA
     
  4. CITIZENS’ TIME
     
  5. PROCLAMATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS

  6.  
    • A Proclamation Declaring the Week of March 8 through March 14, 2010, as “MS Awareness Week” in Fauquier County
       
    • A Proclamation to Recognize the Board of Assessors for Their Outstanding Contributions to the Citizens of Fauquier County

     

  7. CONSENT AGENDA
     
    1. Approval of the Minutes of the January 14, 2010 Regular Meeting of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors


    2.  
    3. A Resolution to Amend the FY 2010 Adopted Budget by $2,887,007 (Finance Committee, Sponsor; Ari J. Sky, Staff)
       

    4. Resolution to Authorize the Donation of a Surplus Vehicle to the Fauquier County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)
       

    5. A Resolution of Official Intent to Reimburse Expenditures with Proceeds of a Borrowing (Finance Committee, Sponsor; Janet Romanchyk, Staff)
       

    6. A Resolution to Authorize the Revisions of Human Resources Policy 26 - Reduction in Force (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Janelle Downes, Staff)
       

    7. A Resolution to Authorize the County Administrator to Execute a Memorandum of Understanding with Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) for a USDA Specialty Crop Grant (Peter B. Schwartz, Sponsor; Ray Pickering, Staff)
       

    8. A Resolution Adopting Disability Services Board Statement of Mission/Purpose, Revised Membership Requirements, and Work Plan (Terrence L. Nyhous, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)
       

    9. A Resolution to Authorize the County Administrator to Renew Leases for Property:  Morrisville Convenience Site (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)
       

    10. A Resolution Endorsing the Journey Through Hallowed Ground Living Legacy Project Commemorating the Approximately 620,000 American Soldiers Who Lost Their Lives During the Civil War, Many on the Battlefields Within the Journey Through Hallowed Ground  National Heritage Area (Peter B. Schwartz, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)
       

    11. A Resolution Confirming the Declaration of Local Emergency Made February 5, 2010 (Terrence L. Nyhous, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)
       

    12. A Resolution for Subdivision Street Acceptance for the Jamison’s Farm  Subdivision: Mill Valley Drive,  Eiseley Court, Angus Hill Drive,  and  Cattail Court, Scott Magisterial District (R. Holder Trumbo, Jr., Sponsor; Derek A. Tribble, Staff)
       

    13. A Resolution to Approve the Straight Family Request to Reduce the Ten-Year Sale Restriction for a Family Transfer Lot – Cedar Run District (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Cynthia Porter-Johnson, Staff)
       

    14. A Resolution for Subdivision Street Acceptance for the Lee’s Glen  Subdivision: Confederate Boulevard, Flag Rock Drive,  and  Battle Ridge Drive, Lee Magisterial District (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Derek A. Tribble, Staff)
       

    15. A Resolution to Extend the Date for Planning Commission Recommendations Regarding the Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Create a Marshall Gateway Special District (MG) as Section 4-1000, the Comprehensive Plan Amendment (CPAM08-MA-006) to Chapter 6 to Designate Approximately 26 Acres to Mixed Use on the Marshall Land Use Plan, and to Rezone (REZN08-MA-006) Approximately 25 Acres from Residential – 4 (R-4) to Marshall Gateway Special District (MG) (Peter B. Schwartz, Sponsor; Susan K. Eddy, Staff)
       

  8. A RESOLUTION INITIATING A ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENT TO SECTIONS 3-318 AND 15-300 TO ALLOW SMALLER SCALE AQUACULTURE BY-RIGHT IN THE RURAL AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT AND TO DEFINE AQUACULTURE AND AQUAPONICS (Peter B. Schwartz, Sponsor; Kimberley Johnson, Staff)
     

  9. A RESOLUTION INITIATING A ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENT TO SECTION 2-504 TO ALLOW THE PARKING OF AUTOMOBILES AND SIMILAR MOTORIZED VEHICLES IN A REQUIRED YARD AREAS IN A COMMERCIAL OR INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Andrew Hushour, Staff)
     

  10. A RESOLUTION PRESENTING COMMENTS REGARDING THE DRAFT RAPPAHANNOCK-RAPIDAN REGIONAL COMMISSION 2035 REGIONAL LONG RANGE TRANSPORTATION PLAN (R. Holder Trumbo, Jr., Sponsor, Frederick P.D. Carr, Staff)
     

  11. A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A LAKE DRIVE ALTERNATIVE PURSUANT TO THE BROOKSIDE FARM PROFFER STATEMENT, ITEM III.C.2 (TRAFFIC CALMING MEASURES) (R. Holder Trumbo, Jr., Sponsor; Frederick, P.D. Carr, Staff)
     

  12. APPEAL OF THE DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT’S FINDING THAT BROOKSIDE COMMUNITIES, LLC, CHANGES TO THE CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND PRELIMINARY PLAT ARE SUBSTANTIAL ENOUGH TO WARRANT OFFICIAL AMENDMENTS TO THE 2002 REZONING CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND PRELIMINARY PLAT  (continued from January 14, 2010) (R. Holder Trumbo, Jr., Sponsor; Frederick, P.D. Carr, Staff)
     

  13. APPOINTMENTS
    • Transportation Committee – Cedar Run District

    • Airport Committee – Citizen at Large

    • Planning Commission – Center District

    • Birmingham Green Board  - Fauquier County Alternate Representative

    • Architectural Review Board – Cedar Run District


     
  14. SUPERVISORS’ TIME

  15. ANNOUNCEMENTS

Public Hearings
Warren Green Meeting Room
10 Hotel Street, Warrenton VA 20186

  1. A RESOLUTION TO REQUEST THE COMMONWEALTH TRANSPORTATION BOARD (CTB) TO EXAMINE RESTRICTING THROUGH-TRUCK TRAFFIC ON HOPEWELL ROAD / WATERFALL ROAD, STATE ROUTE 601 IN THE SCOTT MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT - A public hearing to receive citizen comment on a proposed resolution to request that the Virginia Commonwealth Transportation Board examine restricting through truck traffic on Hopewell Road, State Route 601 from the US Interstate Route 66 to the Fauquier County line with Prince William County.  The road is located in the Scott Magisterial District of Fauquier County, Virginia. (R. Holder Trumbo, Jr., Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)
     

  2. A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE CONVEYANCE OF PROPERTY ACQUIRED UNDER THE NEIGHBORHOOD STABILIZATION PROGRAM - A public hearing to consider authorizing the conveyance of property acquired under the Neighborhood Stabilization Program located at 12162 David Court, Remington and at 6735 Huntland Drive, Bealeton, Virginia, in accordance with program guidelines of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program. (Terrence L. Nyhous, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)
     

  3. PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENTS TO ZONING ORDINANCE SECTIONS 3-300, 5-900, 5-1800, AND 15-300– A public hearing to consider a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Sections 3‑300, 5-900, 5-1800, and 15-300 to shift equestrian facilities from the Outdoor Recreation category to the Agriculture category and to change requirements and limitations. (Terrence L. Nyhous, Sponsor; Kimberley Johnson, Staff)
     

  4. PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENTS TO ZONING ORDINANCE SECTIONS 14-203.1 AND 14.205.2 – A public hearing to consider a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Section 14-203.1 to reduce the number of Board of Zoning Appeals members to five and Section 14-205.2 to reduce the quorum requirement to three members.  (Terrence L. Nyhous, Sponsor; Tracy Gallehr, Staff)
     

  5. PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENT TO ZONING ORDINANCE SECTION 13-400 – A public hearing to consider a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to update Section 13-400 related to variances granted by the Board of Zoning Appeals to comply with current Virginia Code, and reduce the authority of the Zoning Administrator to grant exemptions.  (Planning Commission, Sponsor; Andrew Hushour, Staff)
     

  6. PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENTS TO ZONING ORDINANCE SECTIONS 3-317 AND 5-1700 – A public hearing to consider a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Sections 3-317 and 5-1700 to allow a General Industrial use to occur in the Rural Agricultural (RA) district on more than one acre when reusing legally existing airport facilities.  (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Kimberley Johnson, Staff)
     

  7. SPECIAL EXCEPTION SPEX10-CR-015 -  FRANCIS G. FORTIN, JR. (OWNER) / UNISYS (APPLICANT) – GOVERNMENT TEST LANE FACILITY AT HARTWOOD AIRPORT – Applicant wishes to obtain a Category 17 Special Exception to allow for a General Industrial use in the Rural Agricultural (RA) district on more than one (1) acre when reusing legally existing airport facilities.  The property is located on the west side of Elk Ridge Road (Route 614), Cedar Run District.  (PIN #7836-61-5517-000 and 7836-60-6238-000)  (Melissa Dargis, Staff)
     

  8. SPECIAL EXCEPTION SPEX10-CR-010 – THELMA MONROE ESTATE (OWNER) / JACQUELINE D. LEOPOLD, EXECUTOR (APPLICANT) – THELMA MONROE ESTATE SEPTIC SYSTEM – Applicant wishes to obtain a Category 20 Special Exception to allow for an alternative sewage disposal system with a discharge to replace an existing failed drainfield system.   The property is located at 14281 Warrenton Road (Route 17), Cedar Run District.  (PIN #7824-56-5973-000)  (Bonnie Bogert, Staff)
     

  9. SPECIAL EXCEPTION SPEX10-LE-012 – TOWN OF REMINGTON (OWNER / APPLICANT) – TOWN OF REMINGTON WELL NO. 1 – Applicant wishes to obtain a Category 20 Special Exception to allow for an arsenic removal facility for the Town of Remington’s water supply system.  The property is located at 7267 Fifth Street, Lee District.  (PIN #6888-00-1945-000)  (Melissa Dargis, Staff)
     

  10. TELECOMMUNICATIONS SPECIAL EXCEPTION TWSE09-MA-002 – JACKIE SHAY MCNEAL (OWNER) / T-MOBILE NORTHEAST, LLC (APPLICANT) – T-MOBILE WAW312B GTP DELAPLANE – Applicant wishes to obtain a Category 20 Special Exception to install a ten (10) foot extension to an existing eighty (80) foot monopole and add three (3) panel antennas.  The applicant also wishes to place three (3) ancillary equipment cabinets at the base of the pole.  The property is located at 3175 Aspen Dale Lane off John Marshall Highway (Route 55), Marshall District.  (PIN #6031-63-0308-000) (Melissa Dargis, Staff)
     

  11. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT CPAM08-CR-005 An update to the Catlett, Calverton, Midland Village Service District Plan, Chapter 6 of the Fauquier County Comprehensive Plan.  (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Kristen Slawter, Staff)
     

  12. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT CPAM10-XX-003 A Comprehensive Plan Amendment to Chapter 6 – Service Districts and Chapter 10 – Transportation to designate land within its Service District boundaries to be subject to the “Compact or Suburban Area” requirements of the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Secondary Street Acceptance Regulations.  (R. Holder Trumbo, Jr., Sponsor; Frederick P.D. Carr, Staff)

 

 

Next Regular Meeting
Warren Green 1st Floor Meeting Room
10 Hotel Street - Warrenton, VA
March 11, 2010 ~ 6:30 P.M.

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