* DRAFT AGENDA

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May 12, 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.        ENFORCEMENT OPTIONS FOR SIGNS POSTED IN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY (William G. Downey, Sponsor; W. Todd Benson, Staff) 

5:00 p.m.         FAUQUIER EXTENSION LEADERSHIP COUNCIL DINNER MEETING

Regular Sessions
Warrenton Middle School
244 Waterloo Street, Warrenton VA 20186

6:30 p.m.

Possible additions to the agenda and related materials are not set forth herein.

 

1.      INVOCATION – William G. Downey

 

2.      PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

3.      ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

 

4.      CITIZENS’ TIME

 

5.      PROCLAMATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS

  • A Proclamation to Recognize C. L. “Boots” Ritchie for Outstanding Service to the Citizens of Fauquier County for Nine Years of Service with the Agricultural Development Advisory Committee
     

  • A Proclamation to Recognize Gary Nelson for His Outstanding Service to the Citizens of Fauquier County with the Transportation Committee

 

 

6.      CONSENT AGENDA

a)      Approval of the Minutes for the April 14, 2005 Regular Meeting and the April 18, 2005 Adjourned Meeting of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors 

b)      A Resolution to Adopt the National Interagency Incident Management System (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Philip T. Myer, Staff) 

c)      A Resolution to Authorize the Addition of the Position Title Programmer/Aquatics Specialist to the Fauquier County Government Position Classification and Compensation Plan (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Francine Bouldin, Staff) 

d)      A Resolution Authorizing the Chairman to Enter into Open Space Use Agreement with Landowner (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Ross D’Urso, Staff) 

e)      A Resolution to Initiate Consideration of an Amendment to the Zoning Ordinance to Permit Boundary Line Adjustments Between Parcels Zoned Rural Agriculture or Rural Conservation Without a Reduction in Density (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff) 

f)       A Resolution of Correction Regarding VDOT Subdivision Street Acceptance for the Edgewood East Subdivision, Whipkey Drive, Tiffany Court/Drive, and Falling Creek Drive, Lee Magisterial District (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Mary C. Sherrill, Staff) 

g)      A Resolution Authorizing the County Administrator to Schedule a Public Hearing to Receive Citizens’ Comments on the Proposed Use of Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Funds (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Charlie Ray Fox, Jr., Staff)

 

7.      AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 8 OF THE CODE OF FAUQUIER COUNTY TO ADD ARTICLE XIX ENTITLED TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY TAX  (Paul S. McCulla, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)

 

8.      A RESOLUTION TO ADOPT THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM (CIP) FY 2006 – FY 2015 (Richard W. Robison, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)

 

9.      A RESOLUTION TO FUND THE PURCHASE OF SCHOOL BUSES (William G. Downey, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)

 

10.      A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE FUNDING FOR A PURCHASE OF DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS EASEMENT ON THE SUSANNAH GROVE (HOWARD L. GROVE ESTATE) FARM   (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Ray Pickering, Staff)

 

11.      APPOINTMENTS

  • Local Workforce Investment Board – Business Community (2)

  • Disability Services Board – Business Community Representative

  • Library Board – Center District

  • Transportation Committee – Scott District

 

12.      SUPERVISORS’ TIME

 

 

13.      ANNOUNCEMENTS

Public Hearings
Warrenton Middle School
244 Waterloo Street, Warrenton VA 20186
7:00p.m.

 

14.    SPECIAL EXCEPTION #SPEX05-CR-016 – YURI A. BART AND EDWIN LEE ROBERTSON, OWNERS AND APPLICANTS – RUNYON ESTATE, CEDAR RUN DISTRICTThe 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).  (Postponed on April 14, 2005) (Yuri A. Bart & Edwin Lee Robertson, Owners/Applicants; Melissa Dargis, Staff)

15.    PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE ZONING AND SUBDIVISION ORDINANCES A public hearing to consider a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Section 3-314 to allow automobile repair and recreational vehicle storage in I-2 Districts. (Continued from April 14, 2005) (Planning Commission, Sponsor; W. Todd Benson, Staff)

16.    A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER THE CREATION OF THE NORTHWESTERN REGIONAL JAIL AUTHORITY, THE APPROVAL OF THE SECOND AMENDED AND RESTATED REGIONAL JAIL AGREEMENT, THE ISSUANCE OF THE AUTHORITY’S REVENUE OBLIGATIONS, THE CONVEYANCE BY GRANT, LEASE OR SALE OF THE COUNTY’S FEE SIMPLE INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY (AS REQUIRED BY SECTION 15.2-1800 OF THE CODE OF VIRGINIA OF 1950) AND OTHER MATTERS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH - The Regional Jail expects to commence construction on a new facility in May 2005.  In preparation for the financing of the new facility, consideration is being given to the formation of a Jail Authority that could issue revenue bonds to finance the costs of the new facility. Notice is hereby given to all interested persons that Fauquier County will hold a public hearing.  The Jail is currently operated by the Clarke-Fauquier-Frederick-Winchester Regional Jail Board and jointly owned by each of its participating jurisdictions, including Fauquier County.  Each of the participating jurisdictions of the Jail Board has tentatively agreed to the creation of the Northwestern Regional Jail Authority to own and operate the Jail, and to convey their respective fee simple interests in the Jail to the Authority.  Accordingly, the County proposes the conveyance of the property to the Authority.  The Jail is located at 141 Fort Collier Road in Frederick County, Virginia. (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff)

17.    A Public Hearing to Receive Citizen Comments on Amending Section 7-2 of the County Code Relating to Polling Place LocationsThe Electoral Board has been officially notified by Mount Carmel Baptist Church that it no longer wishes to serve as the polling location for Lois Precinct.  The Community Christian Church, located at 12698 Shipps Store Road in Bealeton, has been identified as a new polling place location.  The new location is 1/4 mile outside the Lois Precinct boundary, but within the maximum allowable distance of one mile, as provided by § 24.2-310 of the Code of Virginia. (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Alexander A. Ables, Staff)

18.   LANDFILL TIPPING FEES - A public hearing to consider increasing the fee for construction and demolition debris to $45.00 a ton at the Fauquier County Landfill, to be effective June 1, 2005.  (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)

19.   PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED 4/14/05 - A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER the CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PLAN – Fiscal Years 2006-2015 The Capital Improvements 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.  (Bryan Tippie, Staff)

20.   PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENTS TO THE ZONING AND SUBDIVISION ORDINANCES - A public hearing to consider a proposed Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Section 2-308.4 in order to allow no residential density allowance calculated on that area of a lot, in residential zoning districts other than RA and RC, comprised of floodplain or quarries.  At present, fifty percent credit is given. Density calculations in the rural districts (RA and RC) would not change and would continue to have full density credit for land in floodplain. (Planning Commission, Sponsor; W. Todd Benson, Staff)

21.  PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENTS TO THE ZONING AND SUBDIVISION ORDINANCES  - A public hearing to consider a proposed Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Section 5-001 to establish that after Special Exceptions or Special Use Permits are issued; all subsequent changes in use must be approved by amendment of the Special Exception of Special Use Permit. (Planning Commission, Sponsor; W. Todd Benson, Staff)

22.     COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT #CPAM05-CT-005 AND SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS #SPEX05-CT-017, #SPEX05-CT-018 AND #SPEX05-CT-019 – E.C. INVESTORS, LLC, OWNER AND FAUQUIER COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD, APPLICANT – HS-3, FAUQUIER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS – Applicant wishes to obtain a Comprehensive Plan Amendment to include the proposed school site in the New Baltimore Service District to allow for extension of central utilities to serve the proposed school.  The applicant also wishes to obtain Special Exception approval under Category 5, which would allow for a school in the RA District; Category 20, which would allow for an above ground sewer pumping facility; and Category 26, which would allow for reduction of non-common open space.  The property is located on the southwest side of Dumfries Road (Route 605), Center District.  (PIN #7904-66-5674) (Planning Commission, Sponsor; Melissa Dargis, Staff)

23. POSTPONED - COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT #CPAM05-MA-003 AND REZONING #REZN05-MA-002  - WALTER N. ARRINGTON HEIRS AND ARABELLE L. ARRINGTON, OWNERS, AND CENTEX HOMES, APPLICANT – ARRINGTON KNOLLS - Applicant wishes to obtain a Comprehensive Plan Amendment, to extend the boundaries of the Warrenton Service District to include a portion of PIN #6983-46-6838-000 and all of PIN #6983-46-1883-000.  The applicant also wishes to rezone approximately 483.4 acres from Rural Agricultural (RA)/Residential (R-1) to Planned Residential Development (PRD) to permit a proposed age-restricted development with 679 dwelling units.  Also proposed are Zoning and Subdivision Ordinance modifications.  The property, a portion of which is currently in the Warrenton Service District, is bounded by Lovers Lane (Route 744) to the south and Alwington Boulevard to the north, Marshall District.  (PIN#6983-46-1883-000 and 6983-42-6838-000) (Walter N. Arrington Heirs and Arabelle L. Arrington,   Owners/Centex Homes, Applicant; Melissa Dargis, Staff) 

24.  POSTPONED - SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS #SPEX05-MA-002, #SPEX05-MA-009, #SPEX05-MA-010, #SPEX05-MA-011 and #SPEX05-MA-012 - Walter N. Arrington Heirs and Arabelle L. Arrington, owners, and Centex Homes, applicant – Arrington Knolls - applicant wishes to obtain Special Exception approval under Category 20, which would allow for the construction of public community water and sewer systems; Category 23, which would allow for the crossing of a floodplain; Category 30 , which would allow for a waiver of the public sewer requirement; and Category 31, which would allow for a waiver of the public/central water requirement.  The property, a portion of which is currently in the Warrenton Service District, is bounded by Lovers Lane (Route 744) to the south and Alwington Boulevard to the north, Marshall District.  (PIN #6983-46-1883-000 and 6983-42-6838-000) (Walter N. Arrington Heirs and Arabelle L. Arrington, Owners/Centex Homes, Applicant; Melissa Dargis, Staff)

25.  SPECIAL EXCEPTION #SPEX05-SC-022 – LARRY L. AND CYNTHIA WEEKS, OWNERS AND APPLICANTS – Applicants wish to obtain Special Exception approval under Category 29, which would allow for a waiver of the public street requirement in a residential zone.  The property is located on the east side of Route 676 at 6629 Riley Road, Scott District.  (PIN #7915-19-3828-000 and 7915-19-5847-000) (Larry & Cynthia Weeks Owners/Applicants; Charles A. Floyd, Staff)

 

 Next Regular Board Meeting
June 9, 2005 · 6:30 p.m.
Warren Green Meeting Room
10 Hotel Street, Warrenton, VA