* DRAFT AGENDA

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May 17, 2004 

Work Session
4th Floor Conference Room
Circuit Court and Office Building
1:00 p.m.
     

1:00 p.m.         Agenda Review 

2:00 p.m.        A Work Session to Discuss the Reassessment Process (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Paul M. McCulla, Staff) 

2:30 p.m.        A Work Session to Review the Proposed Plans for the Central Sports Complex and Community Park (Richard W. Robison, Sponsor; Larry Miller, Staff) 

3:00 p.m.        Presentation by the Fauquier County Public Schools on a Request to Build the New High School and Waive the Debt Referendum Requirement (Harry F. Atherton, Sponsor; Janice Bourne, Staff) 

3:30 p.m.        A Work Session to Discuss the Process by Which the Terms for the Board of Supervisors May be Staggered (William G. Downey, Sponsor; Paul M. McCulla, Staff) 

4:00 p.m.         A Work Session to Review Design Options for the Courthouse (Facilities Planning and Implementation Committee, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)

5:00 p.m.        Annual Dinner and Briefing with Cooperative Extension Service at Pelham Street Office

Regular Sessions
Warrenton Community Center
430 East Shirley Avenue
Warrenton, VA 20186
6:30 p.m.

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

Invocation – Richard W. Robison

Pledge of Allegiance

Adoption of the Agenda

Citizens’ Time

Proclamations and Recognitions 

A Proclamation Designating May 2004 As Mental Health Awareness Month

1)      Consent Agenda 

a)      Approval of the Minutes for the April 19, 2004 Regular Meeting of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors 

b)      A Resolution to Declare a Reduction in Force Eliminating the Construction Assistant Position and One Construction Project Manager Position Within the Construction Management Division of the Department Of General Services (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Francine Bouldin, Staff) 

c)      A Resolution to Authorize Approval of a Severance Package for the Position of Construction Assistant (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Francine Bouldin, Staff) 

d)      A Resolution to Authorize the Revision of Selected Human Resources Policies (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Francine Bouldin, Staff) 

e)      A Resolution to Schedule Two Adjourned Meetings of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors (William G. Downey, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff) 

f)       A Resolution to Petition the Northern Virginia Regional Commission for Inclusion of Fauquier County in Its Membership (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff) 

g)      A Resolution Authorizing the County Administrator to Take All Actions Necessary to Dissolve the Warrenton-Fauquier Joint Communications Center Agreement (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff) 

h)      A Continuing Resolution Authorizing the County Administrator, or His Designee, to Execute Leases of Real Property and any Improvements Thereon for a Term of Less Than One Month (Harry F. Atherton, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff) 

i)        A Resolution to Execute a Contract for Reassessment of Real Property in Fauquier County (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Ross D’Urso, Staff) 

j)        A Resolution  to Establish and Appoint a Purchase of Development Rights (PDR) Selection Review Committee (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Ray Pickering, Staff) 

k)     A Resolution to Authorize Funding for Fauquier County to Participate in the Regional Elder Care Planning Grant (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff) 

l)        A Resolution Authorizing the Chairman to Enter Into Open Space Use Agreement with Landowner (Harry F. Atherton, Sponsor; Ross W. D’Urso, Staff)

 

2)      A Resolution to Authorize the County Administrator to Submit a Finding of Concurrence for a Temporary Pump and Haul Permit for the Flying Circus Airshows, Inc. Property, PIN #7808-74-7710-000 (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff) 

3)      A Resolution to Appropriate the Fiscal Year 2005 Budget (Harry F. Atherton, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff) 

4)      A Resolution Directing the County Administrator to Amend the Slogan on the Welcome Signs at the Entrances to Fauquier County from "Preserving Agriculture in a Business Friendly Community" to "The Birthplace of Chief Justice John Marshall" (Raymond E. Graham, Vice Chairman, Sponsor; Paul M. McCulla, Staff) 

5)      A Resolution to Dedicate the County-Owned Office Building Located at 320 Hospital Hill, Warrenton, Virginia in Honor of Alice Jane Childs as Recognition of Her Outstanding Service to the Citizens of Fauquier County (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff) 

6)      A Resolution Authorizing the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to Execute the First Amendment to the Agreement between Vint Hill EDA and Brookside Communities, LLC (Raymond E. Graham, Vice Chairman, Sponsor; Paul M. McCulla, Staff) 

7)      A Resolution to Approve Plans for the Central Sports Complex and Community Park (Richard W. Robison, Sponsor; Larry Miller, Staff) 

8)      An Ordinance Amending Chapter 8 of the Code of Fauquier County to Add Article XIX Entitled Transient Occupancy Tax (Richard W. Robison, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff) 

Appointments 

  • Library Board – Lee District

  • Lord Fairfax Community College Board

  • Purchase of Development Rights (PDR) Selection Review Committee

Supervisors’ Time

Announcements

Public Hearings
Warrenton Community Center
430 East Shirley Avenue
Warrenton, VA 20186

7:00 p.m.
   

1.      An Ordinance Amending Chapter 15 of the Fauquier County Code to Add Sections 15-10 Through 15-10.3 Related to Trespass - A public hearing to receive citizens’ comments regarding a draft Ordinance amending Chapter 15 of the Fauquier County Code to add Sections 15-10 through 15-10.3 permitting the designation of the Sheriff and his designees as “persons lawfully in charge of property” for the purpose of enforcing laws prohibiting trespassing.  (Paul McCulla, Staff) 

2.      A Resolution to Amend the Fiscal Year 2004 Adopted Budget in the Amount of $733,704 – A public hearing to receive citizens’ comments regarding various budget related issues in the amount of $733,704 in appropriations for FY 2004 that have been identified for consideration including, but not limited to, County HVAC and Roof Renovations – General Services; and County Comprehensive Maintenance – General Services. (Bryan Tippie, Staff) 

3.      Agricultural and Forestal District – 11th Addition to Orlean/Hume John and Debra Jeniec, requesting to add 67.88 acres, further identified as PINs #6944-39-0770 and #6945-20-8528, in Marshall District; Marion and Mary Long, requesting to add 31.01 acres, further identified as PINs #6936-75-4220 and #6936-74-4765, in Marshall District. The Planning Commission and Agricultural and Forestal Advisory Committee recommend approval of this addition. (Kimberley Johnson, Staff) 

4.      Agricultural and Forestal District – 11th Addition to Springs Valley – Duncan and Margaret MacPherson, requesting to add 72.78 acres, further identified as PIN #6962-81-1949, in Marshall District. The Planning Commission and Agricultural and Forestal Advisory Committee recommend approval of this addition. (Kimberley Johnson, Staff) 

5.      Agricultural and Forestal District – 10th Addition to Upperville -   M.H.G. Dizerega heirs, by Mary Bryan Deberry, requesting to add 1,083.84 acres, further identified as PINs #6053-41-7879, #6053-03-2393, and #6062-55-8181, in Marshall District. The Planning Commission and Agricultural and Forestal Advisory Committee recommend approval of this addition. (Kimberley Johnson, Staff) 

6.      Agricultural and Forestal District – 13th Addition to Marshall/Warrenton - Kirk M. Lucas, requesting to add 70.06 acres, further identified as PIN #6985-98-2842, in Scott District. The Planning Commission and Agricultural and Forestal Advisory Committee recommend denial of this addition. (Kimberley Johnson, Staff) 

7.      Agricultural and Forestal District – Withdrawal from Southern Fauquier Miriam R. Glaettli by Joan G. Brent, requesting to withdraw 130.5 acres, further identified as PIN #7807-59-7220, in Cedar Run District; Jimmie N. Eustace, requesting to withdraw 277.18 acres, further identified as PINs #7930-29-4478, #7931-21-9776, and #7931-42-1873, in Cedar Run District. The Planning Commission and Agricultural and Forestal Advisory Committee recommend approval of these withdrawals.  (Kimberley Johnson, Staff) 

8.      Agricultural and Forestal District – Withdrawal from Southern Fauquier - Richard and Patrice Grandy, requesting to withdraw 44.10 acres, further identified as PIN #6990-14-5795, in Cedar Run District. The Planning Commission and Agricultural and Forestal Advisory Committee recommend denial of this withdrawal.  (Kimberley Johnson, Staff) 

9.    Rezoning #REZN04-LE-001 – Crane’s Corner, LLC, owner/applicant – Liberty Station – Applicant wishes to amend a proffer condition to Liberty Station to provide for a Town Center concept as planned for in the Bealeton/Opal/Remington Service District Plan. The commercial/office/retail square footage would increase from 70,067 square feet to 110,000 square feet and a maximum of forty (40) apartments to be located over shops are proposed.  The property is located on the east side of Marsh Road (Route 17) and the southeast side of Catlett Road (Route 28), in Lee District, further identified as PIN #6899-24-9836-000) (Postponed on January 29, 2004, for up to 90 days, at the applicant’s request.) (Rick Carr, Staff) 

10.  Special Exception #SPEX04-LE-018 – Cranes Corner, LLC, owner/applicant – Liberty Station – Applicant wishes to obtain Special Exception approval under Category 1, which would allow for up to forty (40) apartment units in a mixed use C-2 zoning district.  The property is located on the southeast side of Catlett Road (Route 28), in Lee District, further identified as PINs #6899-24-9873-000, #6899-25-6175-000 and #6899-25-9398-000.  (Rick Carr, Staff) 

11.     Comprehensive Plan Amendment #CPA03-S-09 and Rezoning #RZ03-S-17 – Gaines Trust, W. Robert Gaines Trustee, owner, and Angler Development LLC, applicant – Bishop’s Run - Applicant wishes to receive a Comprehensive Plan Amendment to change the land use designations from Low Density Residential, Commercial Neighborhood and Mixed Use Neighborhood Up to 3 Dwellings Per Acre to a new land use designation of Low Density Residential up to 3 Dwellings Per Acre (single family attached permitted). The applicant also wishes to rezone ± 53.75 acres from Residential–1 (R-1) and Commercial Neighborhood (C-1) to Residential–4 (R-4) Conventional and Cluster for the purpose of developing 123 residential units with ±46 single family lots and ±77 single family attached units and to rezone 9.14 acres from Commercial Neighborhood (C-1) to Commercial Neighborhood (C-1) with proffers permitting 65,000 square feet of commercial/retail/office space including a day care facility and ±20 second story apartments.  The property is located on the east and west sides of Riley Road (Route 676) north of Broad Run Church Road (Route 600), in Scott District, further identified as PINs #7916-22-4949-000 and 7916-12-8941-000(continued from April 19, 2004).  (Rick Carr, Staff) 

 

 

Adjourned Meetings 

June 7, 2004
9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
The Barn at Lord Fairfax Community College
6480 College Street
Warrenton, VA  20187 

June 17, 2004
The Inn at Vint Hill
4200 Aiken Drive · Warrenton, VA  20187
4:00 p.m.

June 18, 2004
The Inn at Vint Hill
4200 Aiken Drive · Warrenton, VA  20187
9:00 a.m.
 

Next Regular Meeting

June 21, 2004
Warrenton Community Center
430 East Shirley Avenue · Warrenton, VA  20186
6:30 p.m.