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July 9, 2009

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.              FOLLOW-UP VDOT ROUTE 29 STUDY WORK SESSION REGARDING A BUCKLAND BYPASS (R. Holder Trumbo, Sponsor; Frederick P.D. Carr, Staff)

2:15 P.M.              A WORK SESSION TO CONSIDER THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A BUSINESS ADVISORY COMMITTEE (Terrence L. Nyhous, Sponsor; Talmage Reeves, Staff)

2:45 P.M.              A WORK SESSION TO REVIEW THE FISCAL YEAR 2010 PROGRAM PLAN FOR RAPPAHANNOCK-RAPIDAN COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD AND AREA AGENCY ON AGING, AND TO CONSIDER A SUPPORTING RESOLUTION (R. Holder Trumbo, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)

3:00 P.M.              UPDATE ON SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Mike Dorsey, Staff)

3:30 P.M.              WASTE TO ENERGY PROJECT UPDATE (Paul S. McCulla, Sponsor/Staff)

4:00 P.M.              A WORK SESSION TO REVIEW A ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENT TO SECTION 4-100 RELATED TO PLANNED RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT (Peter B. Schwartz, Sponsor; Kimberley Johnson, Staff)

4:30 P.M.              A CLOSED SESSION TO CONSULT WITH LEGAL COUNSEL REGARDING SPECIFIC LEGAL MATTERS INVOLVING THE PETERS PURCHASE OF DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS EASEMENT, THE PROPOSED WASTE TO ENERGY PROJECT AND THE BISHOP’S RUN PROJECT PURSUANT TO CODE OF VIRGINIA SECTION 2.2-3711(A)(7) (R. Holder Trumbo, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)

4:00 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 – Chester W. Stribling

  2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

  3. ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA
     
  4. CITIZENS’ TIME
     
  5. PROCLAMATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS

  6.  
    • A Proclamation Honoring Mary McIntire On The Occasion Of Her One Hundred And Fifth Birthday
       
  7. CONSENT AGENDA
     
    1. Approval of the Minutes of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors for the June 11, 2009 Regular Meeting
       

    2. A Resolution Directing the County Administrator to Schedule a Public Hearing on a Proposed Underground Fiber Optic Cable Easement to Fiberlight of Virginia, LLC (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)
       

    3. A Resolution to Amend the FY 2009 Adopted Budget by $586,845 and Amend the FY 2010 Adopted Budget by ($1,037,000)  (Finance Committee, Sponsor; Ari J. Sky, Staff)
       

    4. A Resolution Authorizing the County Administrator to Execute an Agreement with the Virginia Office for Protection and Advocacy (Paul S. McCulla, Sponsor/Staff)
       

    5. A Resolution to Authorize the Agricultural Development Department to Submit Application to the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) for a USDA Specialty Crop Grant (Peter B. Schwartz, Sponsor; Ray Pickering, Staff)
       

    6. A Resolution to Receive the Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services Board and Area Agency on Aging (RRRCSB-AAA) FY 2010 Performance Contract with the Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services and the Area Plan for Aging Services (R. Holder Trumbo, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)
       

    7. A Resolution Directing the County Administrator to Schedule a Public Hearing to Consider Amendments to Chapter 17 of the County Code (R. Holder Trumbo, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)
       

    8. A Resolution for the Establishment of a Business Advisory Committee (Terrence L. Nyhous, Sponsor; Talmage Reeves, Staff)
       

    9. A Resolution Initiating an Amendment to the Warrenton Service District Plan for the Re-introduction of a Route 211 – Route 17 Connection (Terrence L. Nyhous, Sponsor; Frederick P.D. Carr, Staff)
       

    10. A Resolution Authorizing the County Administrator to Execute the Asphalt Trail Maintenance Agreement between the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors and the Woods at Warrenton Homeowners Association, Inc. (Terrence L. Nyhous, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)
       

  8. A RESOLUTION INITIATING A ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENT TO SECTION 13-600 RELATED TO CIVIL PENALTIES (Terrence L. Nyhous, Sponsor; Andrew Hushour, Staff)
     
  9. A RESOLUTION INITIATING A ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENT TO SECTIONS 3-314.6 AND 5-1407 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE IMPOUNDMENT AND TOWING BUSINESSES (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Andrew Hushour, Staff)

  10. A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE GRANT OF AN EASEMENT ACROSS PROPERTY SUBJECT TO A  PURCHASE OF DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS EASEMENT (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)
     

  11. APPOINTMENTS
    • Rappahannock Emergency Medical Services Council

    • Social Services Board – Scott District

  12. SUPERVISORS’ TIME

  13. ANNOUNCEMENTS

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

  1. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO CHAPTER 7 OF THE COUNTY CODE - A public hearing to consider amendments to Chapter 7 of the County Code to establish a central absentee precinct for Town elections and to relocate the polling place for Casanova precinct from the Dominion Virginia office to Lord Fairfax Community College. (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)
     
  2. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO CHAPTER 13.5 OF THE COUNTY CODE - A public hearing to consider whether to amend chapter 13.5 of the County Code (noise) to prohibit the collection of trash or refuse in residential districts between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. the following day. (Terrence L. Nyhous, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)
     
  3. PROPOSED FEE SCHEDULE CHANGES - A public hearing to consider amendments to the Department of Community Development fee schedule to address certain engineering fees.  (R. Holder Trumbo, Sponsor; Kimberley P. Fogle, Staff)
     
  4. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO ZONING ORDINANCE SECTIONS 3-316, 5-1600 AND 15-300 – A public hearing to consider Zoning Ordinance Text Amendments to Sections 3-316, 5-1600, and 15-300 related to blacksmith shops and similar artisan shops in the rural agricultural district.  (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Kimberley Johnson, Staff)
     
  5. PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE SECTIONS 9-5 AND 10-5 – A public hearing to consider amendments to Sections 9-5 (Preliminary Plan Requirements) and 10-5 (Final Plat Requirements) of the Subdivision Ordinance to require inclusion on preliminary plans and final plats of mapped dam break inundation zones.  (Planning Commission, Sponsor; Susan Eddy, Staff)
     
  6. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO ZONING ORDINANCE ARTICLE 4 – A public hearing to consider a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Article 4 to amend the Planned Residential Development (PRD) district provisions. (Continued from June 11, 2009) (Douglas E. Darling, Applicant; Kimberley Johnson, Staff)
     
  7. REZONING #REZN08-LE-007 AND SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS #SPEX08-LE-028, & #SPEX08-LE-030, JAMES I.. & GRACE S. LIM AND IN SEOK LIM (OWNERS/APPLICANTS) – A public hearing to consider an application to rezone 6.7 acres from Rural Agricultural (RA) to Commercial – Highway (C-2) and 1.56 acres from Commercial – Highway (C-2) with proffers to Commercial – Highway (C-2) with revised proffers.  Applicants are also requesting two Category 13 Special Exceptions to allow for drive-throughs to accommodate a bank and pharmacy.  The property is located at the intersection of Marsh Road (Route 17) and Catlett Road (Route 28), at 10772 Bowers Run Drive, Lee District, further described as PIN #6899-16-9374-000 and PIN #6899-16-6332-000.  (Continued from June 11, 2009)  (Holly Meade, Staff)
     
  8. SPECIAL EXCEPTION #SPEX09-CT-007 – GEORGE C. & HELEN F. ELMORE (OWNERS) / NEW CINGULAR WIRELESS PCS, LLC D/B/A AT&T MOBILITY (APPLICANT) – A public hearing to consider an application to obtain a Category 20 Special Exception to allow for the construction of a one hundred ten (110) foot monopole, with associated antennas and equipment cabinet(s).  The property is located at 7511 Elmores Lane, Center District, further described as PIN #7904-15-6717-000).  (Bonnie Bogert, Staff)
     
  9. SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS #SPEX09-CR-013, #SPEX09-CR-014, #SPEX09-CR-015, SPECIAL PERMIT #SPPT09-CR-030, & #CCRV09-CR-003 – ELK MOUNT FARM, LLC & WILLIAM C. PATTON (OWNERS) / LEE HOLLANDER (APPLICANT), RANGE 82 - PUBLIC SAFETY TRAINING FACILITY – A public hearing to consider an application to obtain a Category 5 Special Exception to allow for an outdoor technical training facility, a Category 11 Special Exception to allow for a public safety facility (both Emergency Services and Sheriff’s Office facilities), and a Category 20 Special Exception to allow for an aboveground water storage facility.  Applicant is also requesting an amendment to an approved Special Permit to reconfigure an existing range area, add a range area, and add limited storage of firearms and ammunition.  In addition, the applicant is seeking a Comprehensive Plan Conformance Determination in accord with Code of Virginia, Section 15.2-2232, as to whether the location of these facilities on this property is substantially in accord with the Comprehensive Plan.  The property is located at 4818 Midland Road, Cedar Run District, further described as PIN #7819-66-3353-000. (Continued from June 11, 2009) (Holly Meade, Staff)
     
  10. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT #CPAM09-LE-001 – DAVID LEROY HODGSON, TERRY LYNN HODGSON, JEAN ELIZABETH CHEATHAM, & WILLIAM WIRT GOULDING (OWNERS) / DOUGLAS E. DARLING/BEALETON GATEWAY, LLC (APPLICANT), MINTBROOK / CHEATHAM FARM – Applicant wishes to obtain a Comprehensive Plan Amendment to expand the Bealeton Service District by approximately 125 acres to the north and to allow for a change in land use designation from Medium Density Residential, Residential / No Sewer or Water, Rural (outside of service district), Park/Open Space and SCFRR (School/Church/Fire/Rescue/Recreation) to Institutional/Office/Mixed Use, Medium Density Residential, Park / Open Space and SCFRR (School / Church / Fire / Rescue / Recreation).  The applicant is also proposing text changes to the Bealeton Service District Plan and inclusion in the Bealeton Service District Plan of an Illustrative Development Plan.  The properties are located at 6331 Mintbrook Lane and 10633 Bowers Run Drive, Lee District, further described as PIN #6899-18-3742-000 and PIN #6889-89-6214-000. (Melissa Dargis, Staff)
     
  11. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT #CPAM09-SC-008 – A public hearing to consider a Comprehensive Plan Amendment to the New Baltimore Service District Plan concerning the alignment of Route 215.  (R. Holder Trumbo, Sponsor; Susan Eddy, Staff)

 

Next Regular Meeting
Warren Green 1st Floor Meeting Room
10 Hotel Street - Warrenton, VA
August 13, 2009 ~ 6:30 P.M.