* DRAFT AGENDA

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June 12, 2008

Work Session
Warren Green Building Meeting Room
10 Hotel Street, Warrenton, VA 20186
11:00 a.m.
Times set forth are approximate and may be adjusted as necessary

11:00 a.m.       AGENDA REVIEW

12:30 p.m.       WORKING LUNCH

1:30 p.m.         VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (VDOT) PROJECT STATUS (Paul S. McCulla, Sponsor; J. David Cubbage, LS, Staff)

2:00 p.m.         ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WEBSITE PRESENTATION (Terrence L. Nyhous, Sponsor; Talmage Reeves, Staff)

2:30 p.m.         A WORK SESSION TO REVIEW THE BUDGET REDUCTION PLAN FOR THE FY 2008-2009 BUDGET, DIRECTING A REDUCTION IN FORCE AND AUTHORIZING SEVERANCE PACKAGES (Paul S. McCulla, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)

3:00 p.m.         UPDATE ON ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES PROJECTS (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Mike Dorsey, Staff)

3:30 p.m.         MOUNTAIN VISTA GOVERNORS SCHOOL (MVGS) PRESENTATION (Terrence L. Nyhous, Sponsor; Jonathan Lewis, Staff)

4:00 p.m.         A WORK SESSION TO REVIEW THE TEXT AMENDMENT TO CHAPTER 6 – SERVICE DISTRICTS - BEALETON SERVICE DISTRICT PLAN (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Susan Eddy, Staff)

4:30 p.m.         A CLOSED SESSION TO CONSULT WITH LEGAL COUNSEL REGARDING SPECIFIC LEGAL MATTERS RELATED TO PENDING LITIGATION PURSUANT TO CODE OF VIRGINIA SECTION 2.2-3711(A)(7) (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)

5:00 p.m.         BREAK

Regular Sessions
Warren Green 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 – R. Holder Trumbo

2.      PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE  

3.      ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

4.     CITIZENS’ TIME

5.       PROCLAMATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS

  • A Proclamation Honoring and Recognizing Bryan Tippie for His Outstanding Service to the Government and Citizens of Fauquier County

6.      CONSENT AGENDA

  1. Approval of the Minutes for the April 10, 2008 and May 8, 2008 Regular Meetings of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors
     

  2. A Resolution to Initiate a Referendum During the November Presidential Election for the Imposition of a Food and Beverage Tax in Fauquier County (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff)
     

  3. A Resolution Authorizing a Grant Submission for Tornado Alerting Equipment  (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Philip Myer, Staff)
     

  4. A Resolution to Designate Grant Applicant’s Agent for a Grant to Purchase and Install a Multi-Band Radio Repeater on the Blue Mountain Radio Tower (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff)
     

  5. A Resolution Authorizing the Chairman to Enter Into an Open Space Use Agreement With Landowners (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Ross W. D’Urso, Staff)
     

  6. A Resolution Authorizing the Chairman of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors to Execute a One-Year Concession Agreement with Fauquier Community Theatre - Story Painters, Inc. (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Larry W. Miller, Staff)
     

  7. A Resolution Directing the County Administrator to Schedule a Public Hearing to Obtain Citizen Input Concerning Adoption of an Ordinance to Allow for the Disposal of Unclaimed Property in Possession of the Sheriff (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Tracy A. Gallehr, Staff)
     

  8.  A Resolution to Establish the Fauquier County Towing and Recovery Board (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Tracy A. Gallehr, Staff)
     

  9. A Resolution to Authorize the County Administrator and the County Attorney to Take the Necessary Steps to Place the Subdivision Streets Within Oak Lake Subdivision in the State System (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)
     

  10. A Resolution to Adopt the Capital Improvements Program (CIP) FY 2009 – FY 2018 (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)
     

  11. A Resolution Creating the Transportation Impact Fee Advisory Committee (R. Holder Trumbo, Sponsor; Frederick P.D. Carr, Staff)
     

  12. A Resolution Supporting the Inclusion of Cromwell’s Run Rural Historic District on the Virginia Landmarks and National Registers (Peter B. Schwartz, Sponsor; Frederick P.D. Carr, Staff)
     

  13. A Resolution to Approve a Waiver for a Right-of-Way Less Than Fifty Feet in Width (WAVR08-CR-047), Cedar Run District (Carlton Hughes and Brenda Simpson, Owners/Applicants; Cynthia Porter-Johnson, Staff)
     

  14. A Resolution to Submit an Application for the Designation of Fauquier County as a Preserve America Community (Peter B. Schwartz, Sponsor; Kimberly Abe, Staff)
     

  15. A Resolution to Adopt the Fauquier Water and Sanitation Authority and Fauquier County Board of Supervisors and Fauquier County School Board Self-funded Agreement (Paul S. McCulla Sponsor; Janelle Downes, Staff)
     

  16. A Resolution to Approve Training and Travel Expenses for an Employee in the Department of Community Development (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Frederick P.D. Carr, Staff)
     

  17. A Resolution to Address Virginia’s Transportation Funding Crisis (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff)
     

  18. A Resolution to Reinstitute Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000) in Funding for FY 2009 for the Virginia Small Business Development Center at the Fauquier Campus of the Lord Fairfax Community College (Paul S. McCulla, Sponsor/Staff)
     

  19. A Resolution in Favor of Amtrak’s Proposed New Daily Passenger Rail Service in the US 29 Corridor and in Support of Related Infrastructure Improvements (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)
     

  20. A Resolution to Appropriate the Fiscal Year 2009 Budget (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)
     

  21. A Resolution to Authorize the Procurement Manager to Sign a Contract for the Marshall Community Center Computer Club Renovations (Peter B. Schwartz, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff)

 

  1. A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A CATEGORY 9 SPECIAL EXCEPTION (SPEX08-MA-013) TO OPERATE A HUNTING PRESERVE AND A CATEGORY 9 SPECIAL PERMIT (SPPT08-MA-032) FOR CLAY TARGET SHOOTING AND A FIRING RANGE – MARRIOTT RANCH, MARSHALL DISTRICT (Marriott Ranch, Owner/Applicant; Melissa Dargis, Staff)

  2. A RESOLUTION TO RECONSIDER THE APPROVAL OF A RESOLUTION TO INITIATE A ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENT AND COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT TO ELIMINATE DENSITY CREDIT FOR SLOPES GREATER THAN 25 PERCENT AND FLOODPLAIN WITHIN THE RA AND RC ZONING DISTRICTS (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)

  3. A RESOLUTION TO EXTEND THE DATE FOR PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENT TO ELIMINATE DENSITY CREDIT FOR SLOPES GREATER THAN 25 PERCENT AND THE FLOODPLAIN WITHIN THE RA AND RC ZONING DISTRICT (R. Holder Trumbo, Sponsor; Frederick P.D. Carr, Staff)

  4. A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE BUDGET REDUCTION PLAN FOR THE FY 2008-2009 BUDGET, DIRECTING A REDUCTION IN FORCE AND AUTHORIZING SEVERANCE PACKAGES (Paul S. McCulla, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)
     
  5. APPOINTMENTS
  • Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services Board – Area on Aging – Citizen at Large

  • Rappahannock Emergency Medical Services Council Board of Directors

  • Agricultural and Forestal District Advisory Committee – Citizen at Large

  • Disability Services Board - Town of Remington Representative

  • Transportation Committee – Lee District

  • Architectural Review Board – Scott District

  • Board of Building Appeals

  1. SUPERVISORS’ TIME
     
  2. ANNOUNCEMENTS

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

  1. A RESOLUTION TO AMEND THE FY 2008 ADOPTED BUDGET IN THE AMOUNT OF $3,493,529 – A public hearing to consider various budget related issues in the amount of $2,876,379 in appropriations and $617,150 in transfers for FY 2008, including, but not limited to:  Foster Care Additional Funds – Social Services; Byrne/Justice Assistance Grant – Piedmont Dispute Resolution Center – County Attorney; First Time Homebuyers Program – County Administration; Fuel and Flight Line Services – Airport; Routes 605/676 and 605/602 Intersection Improvements – Community Development Capital Fund; Virginia Retirement System Refund – School Division; Fuel Costs – Fleet Maintenance; Marshall F&RA Renovation Loan – Fire & Rescue Association; Routes 605/676 and 605/602 Intersection Improvements – School Division Capital Fund.  (Finance Committee, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)
     
  2. A Public Hearing to Authorize the Acquisition of a Portion of the Property of Southcoate Village Homeowners Association Through Condemnation or Other Means - A public hearing to consider the acquisition of a fee-simple interest to extend the existing 50’ wide right of way of Callie Jo Court over a portion of the open space of Southcoate Village owned by the Southcoate Village Homeowners Association to its border with the property of Melvin C. Bender.  The proposed acquisition is to complete an interparcel connection from Callie Jo Court to the adjoining property of Melvin C. Bender for public transportation purposes.  (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)
     
  3. A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER INCREASING THE TIPPING FEE FOR DISPOSAL OF COMMERCIAL LOADS OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE AT THE CORRAL FARM LANDFILL FROM $45.00 A TON TO $50.00 A TON EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2008 - A public hearing to consider increasing the tipping fee for disposal of commercial loads of municipal solid waste at the Corral Farm Landfill from $45.00 a ton to $50.00 a ton effective July 1, 2008.  (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)
     
  4. PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENTS TO THE ZONING AND SUBDIVISION ORDINANCES, THE FAUQUIER COUNTY CODE AND THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
     
    1. A Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Section 6-302.1.D to Allow a Trailer in Conjunction with a Minor Home Occupation.  (Continued from May 8, 2008) (Planning Commission, Sponsor; Kimberley Johnson, Staff)
       
    2. A Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Section 3-305.1 to Add Preschool/Day Care Center/Nursery as a Special Permit Use in the C-2 / Commercial Highway Zoning District. (Planning Commission, Sponsor; Kimberley Johnson, Staff)  
          
    3. A Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Section 8-1502 to Allow Exceptions and Variations to Sign Limits by Approval of a Special Exception by the Board of Supervisors. (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Kimberley Johnson, Staff)
       
    4. Proposed Amendments to the Comprehensive Plan Chapter 6 – Service Districts – Bealeton Portion of the Bealeton, Opal and Remington Service District Plan. (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Susan Eddy, Staff) 
       
    5. POSTPONED: A Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Create a Marshall Gateway Special District (MG) as Section 4-1000.  (Frederick P.D. Carr, Staff)

       

  5. POSTPONED: COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT CPAM08-MA-006 – A public hearing to consider an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan Chapter 6 – Service Districts – Marshall Service District Plan, to re-designate approximately 26 acres, currently designated as Low-Density Residential (1-3 units per acre), to Mixed Use on the Marshall Land Use Plan.  Properties are located northeast of Winchester Road (Business Route 17) and south of the Norfolk-Southern rail line, Marshall District (PIN 6969-97-2278-000, PIN 6969-98-4109-000, PIN 6969-98-5472-000, PIN 6969-97-0217-000, PIN 6969-88-9632-000, PIN 6969-98-1750-000, and PIN 6969-87-8431-000) (Frederick P.D. Carr, Staff)
     
  6. POSTPONED:  REZONING REZN08-MA-006 – A public hearing to consider an application to rezone approximately 25 acres from Residential-4 (R-4) to Marshall Gateway Special District (MG) to allow commercial and institutional uses and residential uses in the general residential density range of up to 6 units per gross acre, or to Commercial Village (CV) to allow commercial and institutional uses.  The area is currently planned as Low Density Residential (1-3 units per acre) in the Marshall Land Use Plan of the Comprehensive Plan.  The property is located northeast of Winchester Road (Business Route 17) and north of Route 66, Marshall District. (PIN 6969-97-2278-000, PIN 6969-98-4109-000, except the portion of PIN 6969-98-4109-000 currently zoned C2, PIN 6969-98-5472-000,  and PIN 6969-97-0217-000) (Frederick P.D. Carr, Staff)
     
  7. SPECIAL EXCEPTION SPEX08-CR-015 – STANLEY C. HAWORTH & MILDRED W. HAWORTH, TRUSTEE, OWNERS AND APPLICANTS – HAWORTH PROPERTY – Applicants wish to obtain a Category 26 Special Exception to allow for a decrease in the amount of non-common open space required.  The property is located on the north side of Beach Road (Route 616) across from its intersection with Green Meadows Road (Route 801), Cedar Run District.  (PIN 6982-84-8395-000) (Melissa Dargis, Staff)

     

    Next Regular Meeting
    Warren Green 1st Floor Meeting Room
    10 Hotel Street · Warrenton, VA 
    July 10, 2008 ~ 6:30 P.M.