RESOLUTION

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CHAIRMAN OF THE

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS TO EXECUTE A LEASE AGREEMENT

WITH THE BIRMINGHAM GREEN ADULT CARE RESIDENCE

            WHEREAS, Fauquier County has received information that Birmingham Green Adult Care Residence, hereinafter referred to as Birmingham Green, has set a goal of obtaining HUD 202 and HUD 811 funding for the purpose of building a new and expanded facility for current and future residents; and

            WHEREAS, Birmingham Green, originally built in 1927, has become an overcrowded and outdated facility, and the modernization required to improve accessibility and accommodations for its residents cannot be provided by renovation; and

            WHEREAS, federal funding through HUD 202 and 811 programs to build a new, expanded facility would require no matching state or local funds; and

            WHEREAS, Fauquier County is one of five owner jurisdictions of Birmingham Green, with citizens currently residing at Birmingham Green; and

            WHEREAS, the localities are authorized, in accordance with Section 15.2-1800B of the Code of Virginia, to lease the Land for any public use; and

            WHEREAS, as required by law, the Board of Supervisors held a public hearing on the proposed property lease; and

            WHEREAS, by adoption of this resolution, the Board of Supervisors has determined it to be in the best interest of the citizens of the County to enter into the lease with Birmingham Green Adult Care Residence; now, therefore, be it

            RESOLVED by the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors this 15th day of April 2002, That the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors be, and is hereby, authorized to execute on behalf of the County a lease to Birmingham Green Adult Care Residence.