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April 14, 2005

Work Session
Warren Green Building Meeting Room
10 Hotel Street, Warrenton VA 20186
11:00 a.m.

11:00 a.m.       AGENDA REVIEW 

12:30 p.m.       WORKING LUNCH 

1:00 p.m.         REMARKS BY FRANK SADLER, REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR SENATOR GEORGE ALLEN (Talmage Reeves, Staff) 

1:15 p.m.         WORK SESSION TO REVIEW RESULTS OF WASTEWATER STUDY (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Larry Miller, Staff) 

1:45 p.m.         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM (CIP) FY 2006 - FY 2015 (Richard W. Robison, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff) 

2:15 p.m.         A WORK SESSION TO DISCUSS THE RESTRUCTURING OF THE CLARKE-FAUQUIER-FREDERICK-WINCHESTER REGIONAL JAIL BOARD INTO A REGIONAL JAIL AUTHORITY (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff)

2:45 p.m.        A WORK SESSION TO RECEIVE A BRIEFING FROM MILLER BROTHERS, INC., REGARDING AN UNSOLICITED PPEA[1] PROPOSAL FOR A PROPOSED HIGH SCHOOL (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)  (Due to the size of the document files, attachments are unable to be transmitted electronically.  Copies are available for review in the Board of Supervisors' office.)

3:45 p.m.         A WORK SESSION TO RECEIVE INFORMATION FROM FAUQUIER HABITAT FOR HUMANITY, INC. REGARDING AFFORDABLE HOUSING ISSUES IN FAUQUIER COUNTY (William G. Downey, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)

[1] Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002.

Regular Sessions
Warren Green Building 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 – Harry F. Atherton

 

2.      PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

3.      ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

 

4.      CITIZENS’ TIME

 

5.      PROCLAMATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS

  • A Proclamation to Designate April 2005 as Donate Life Month in Fauquier County 
     

  • A Proclamation Declaring the Week of April 10 to April 17, 2005 Public Safety Telecommunications Week
     

  • A Proclamation to Honor George Robinson upon the Occasion of His 100th Birthday

 

 

6.      CONSENT AGENDA

a)      Approval of the Minutes for the March 10, 2005 Regular Meeting, and March 15, 2005, March 16, 2005, March 17, 2005, March 31, 2005, and April 7, 2005 Adjourned Meetings of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors 

b)      A Resolution Authorizing the Appointment of Representatives from The Town of Remington and the Town of The Plains to the Fauquier County Disability Services Board (Richard W. Robison, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff) 

c)      A Resolution to Approve Amended By-Laws of the Fauquier County Airport Committee (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff) 

d)      A Resolution Authorizing the County Administrator and the County Attorney to Execute All Documents Necessary to Acquire a Deed of Easement from the Commonwealth of Virginia for a Trail through Lord Fairfax Community College Property in Warrenton  (Richard W. Robison, Sponsor; Larry Miller, Staff) 

e)      A Resolution to Direct the County Administrator to Schedule a Public Hearing to Receive Citizen Comments on Amending Section 7-2 of the County Code Relating to Polling Place Locations (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Alexander A. Ables, Staff) 

f)       A Resolution to Adopt a Petty Cash Policy (Finance Committee, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff) 

g)      A Resolution to Request that the Virginia Department of Transportation Install “No Parking” Signs on Route 17 (Winchester Road) South of U.S. Interstate 66 (Harry F. Atherton, Sponsor; Elizabeth A. Cook, Staff) 

h)      Princess Ann Estates: Preliminary Plat PPLT05-CR-005, Cedar Run District (Mr. & Mrs. Everett C. Nelson, Owners/Applicants; Charles A. Floyd, Staff 

i)        A Resolution to Approve a Memorandum of Understanding to Provide Personnel and Financial Services for the John Marshall Soil and Water Conservation District (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)

 

7.      A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE SPEX05-CR-006, A CATEGORY 26 SPECIAL EXCEPTION TO ALLOW FOR A DECREASE IN THE NON-COMMON OPEN SPACE REQUIREMENT, CEDAR RUN DISTRICT (Tabled on March 10, 2005) (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Melissa Dargis, Staff)

 

8.      A RESOLUTION TO ADOPT THE EMPLOYEE HEALTH CARE PLAN AND RATES FOR FY 2006 (Paul S. McCulla, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)

 

9.      A RESOLUTION TO AWARD THE DENTAL INSURANCE CONTRACT TO DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF VIRGINIA (Paul S. McCulla, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)

 

10.      A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF NOT LESS THAN THREE AND NOT MORE THAN TEN LOTS IN THE RAPPAHANNOCK LANDING SUBDIVISION, FOR TOURISM AND RECREATION PURPOSES (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)

 

 

11.      APPOINTMENTS

  • Local Workforce Investment Board – Business Community (2)
  • Disability Services Board – Business Community Representative
  • Library Board – Center District
  • Fauquier Community Action Committee Board of Directors
  • Lord Fairfax Community College Board (effective July 1, 2005)
     

 

12.      SUPERVISORS’ TIME

 

 

13.      ANNOUNCEMENTS

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

 

14.    AMENDMENT TO THE LAND LEASE AGREEMENT WITH MIDLAND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF T-HANGARS AT THE WARRENTON-FAUQUIER AIRPORT – A public hearing to consider a resolution to amend the Land Lease Agreement with Midland Development Corporation for the Development of T-Hangars at the Warrenton-Fauquier Airport.  (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)

 

15.    LEASE AGREEMENT WITH ESSAR AVIATION, LLC, FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A T-HANGAR AT THE WARRENTON-FAUQUIER AIRPORT - A public hearing to consider the leasing of property to Essar Aviation, LLC, for the construction of a T-Hangar at the Warrenton-Fauquier Airport. (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)

 

16.    AMENDMENT TO THE FY 2005 ADOPTED BUDGET IN THE AMOUNT OF $960,954 – A public hearing to consider various budget related issues in the amount of $883,582 in appropriations for FY 2005 and $77,372 in transfers, including, but not limited to:  Title I, Part A Grant – School Division; Design & Survey for Construction Projects – General Services Comprehensive Maintenance; County Funding for New High School – Budget Office; Joint Communications Audit Adjustment – Budget Office. (Finance Committee, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)

 

17.    AMENDMENT TO THE FY 2005 ADOPTED BUDGET IN THE AMOUNT OF $854,053 – A public hearing to consider various budget related issues in the amount of $773,584 in appropriations for FY 2005 and $80,469 in transfers, including, but not limited to:  Purchase of Development Rights – Conservation Easement Fund; Fire & Rescue Association Construction Projects – F&RA; Operational Costs for New Employees – Fire & Emergency Services.  (Finance Committee, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)

 

18.    CONVEYANCE OF COUNTY OWNED PROPERTY IN EXCHANGE FOR PROPERTY LOCATED IN MARSHALL - A public hearing to consider conveying the following parcels of land in accordance with the provisions of Section 15.2-1800 of the Code of Virginia. The respective PIN Numbers and acreage are as follows: 6967-38-0485, 245.5899 acres; 6968-51-1256, 37.8933 acres; 6967-59-2160, 1.7617 acres; 6967-36-7820, 0.0929 acres; 6958-93-4747, 0.0332 acres; and, 6967-37-0401, 0.0141 acres.  The parcels are zoned RA and RC and the total acreage is 285.3851.  The property would be conveyed in exchange for a parcel shown in the Fauquier County tax records as PIN # 6060-70-2278 and 9.6100 acres, zoned R-2, and located in the Village of Marshall to be used for the Marshall Community pool. (Kevin Burke, Staff)

 

19.   AMENDMENT TO CHAPTER 8 OF THE FAUQUIER COUNTY CODE, FINANCE AND TAXATION, TO ADD A TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY TAX – A public hearing to consider a proposed Ordinance adding a transient occupancy tax to Chapter 8 of the Fauquier County Code.  The proposed Ordinance would impose a 2% (two percent) transient occupancy tax on the total amount of room rentals by transient occupants at hotels, motels, and other establishments renting rooms for thirty days or less. (Kevin Burke, Staff)

 

20.   CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN, FISCAL YEARS 2006-2015 – The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) lists proposed projects for the School Division and General County Government, which includes Library, General Services, Parks & Recreation, Extension Office, and the SPCA.  Included within the document, for example, is also a summary of each project recommended for consideration, along with justifications for projects not recommended.  (Richard W. Robison, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)

 

21.   PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE ZONING AND SUBDIVISION ORDINANCES – A public hearing to consider a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to allow petting zoos by Special Use Permit in Rural Agricultural (RA) Districts, to add a new Section 5-1814, setting standards for petting zoos, and to amend Section 15-300, adding a definition of petting zoos. (Ali Qureshi, Applicant; W. Todd Benson, Staff)

 

22.   PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE ZONING AND SUBDIVISION ORDINANCES – A public hearing to consider a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Sections 8-1401 and 8-1501, to allow the Board of Zoning Appeals to permit larger directional signs for certain purposes in Conservation, Agricultural, Village, Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Districts. (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; W. Todd Benson, Staff)

 

23.  PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE ZONING AND SUBDIVISION ORDINANCES – A public hearing to consider a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Section 3-324 to allow automobile repair and recreational vehicle storage in I-2 Districts. (Planning Commission, Sponsor; W. Todd Benson, Staff)

 

24.  PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE ZONING AND SUBDIVISION ORDINANCES – A public hearing to consider a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Section 7-604 to allow the Zoning Administrator to waive or modify buffer requirements in RA and RC Districts. (Planning Commission, Sponsor; W. Todd Benson, Staff)

 

25.  PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE ZONING AND SUBDIVISION ORDINANCES – A public hearing to consider a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Section 3-309, Subsections 14 through 16, to allow spectator and non-spectator field events and activities (Classes A, B, and C) in Conservation Districts by Special Exception. (Planning Commission, Sponsor; W. Todd Benson, Staff)

 

26.  PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE ZONING AND SUBDIVISION ORDINANCES – A public hearing to consider a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Section 12-606 to allow the Zoning Administrator to reduce the width of internal driveways and service roads from twenty (20) to eighteen (18) feet for parks in RA, RC and R-1 Districts. (Planning Commission, Sponsor; W. Todd Benson, Staff)

 

27.  POSTPONED - SPECIAL EXCEPTION #SPEX05-CR-016 – YURI A. BART AND EDWIN LEE ROBERTSON, OWNERS AND APPLICANTS – RUNYON ESTATE, CEDAR RUN DISTRICT – Applicants wish to obtain Special Exception approval under Category 20, which would allow for the construction of two experimental drainfields.  The two parcels are located on Shenandoah Path (Route 607) at its intersection with Elk Run Road (Route 806), Cedar Run District.  (PIN #7931-25-3530-000 and 7931-25-0088-000).  (Rick Carr, Staff)

 

 

Adjourned Meeting
A presentation by John Keene regarding
the 1995 Rural Areas Land Use Plan.
State Arboretum, Boyce, VA
April 18, 2005·1:00 p.m.

 

Next Regular Board Meeting
May 12, 2005 · 6:30 p.m.
Warrenton Middle School
244 Waterloo Street, Warrenton, VA