RESOLUTION

A RESOLUTION APPROVING SPECIAL EXCEPTION SE03-CR-24 TO ALLOW THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN INDIVIDUAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM WITH A POINT OF DISCHARGE TO REPLACE A FAILED SEPTIC SYSTEM, JOHN C. KANDL, OWNER / APPLICANT

WHEREAS, Section 5-2002.5 provides that a Special Exception for a private individual sewage treatment system which discharges into an open ditch or water, shall be allowed only to replace an existing sewage system which is presently serving an existing use; and

            WHEREAS, the Applicant has requested a Special Exception pursuant to Section 5-2002.5; and

            WHEREAS, the existing sewage system serving the Applicant’s property has failed and has been certified by the Virginia Department of Health to pose a real or potential health threat; and

WHEREAS, the Virginia Department of Health has also certified that a discharging sewage treatment system is the only alternative for the repair of this failed system; and

WHEREAS, the Applicant has provided the appropriate notification to residents down stream as required by Section 17-12 of the County Code ; and

WHEREAS, on March 27, 2003, the Planning Commission conducted a public hearing and determined that the Applicant has met the requirements of Section 5-2002.5 of the Zoning Ordinance; and

WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has forwarded SE03-CR-24 to the Board of Supervisors with a recommendation of conditional approval; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED    by the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors this 19th day of May 2003, That SE03-CR-24 to allow for the construction of an individual wastewater treatment system with a point of discharge to replace a failed septic system, John C. Kandl, Owner and Applicant, be, and is hereby, approved subject to the following conditions:

  1. Written authorization shall be obtained from VDOT for discharge of this system into its ditch right-of-way.
  2. The Applicant shall obtain all applicable permits from the Health Department and DEQ (VPDES permits).
  3. An annual operation and maintenance program shall be submitted by the design engineer and approved by the Health Department.
  4. The approved annual operation and maintenance program shall be contracted to a qualified and licensed professional operator.
  5. Evidence of a continuing operation and maintenance program and a report on system performance shall be submitted annually to the Health Department and Zoning Department to ensure compliance with this Special Exception.