* DRAFT AGENDA

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July 21, 2003 

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.          Emery & Garrett Groundwater, Inc. Presentation on the Groundwater Study in the New Baltimore District (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; G. Robert Lee, Staff)  

3:00 p.m.          Aquifer Protection Overlay District (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff)  

3:15 p.m.          Watershed Management and Protection Area Overlay District (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff)  

3:30 p.m.          Consider a Resolution to Draft Zoning Ordinance and County Code Text Amendments Regarding Public Water for Industrially and Commercially Zoned Lands in Marshall Magisterial District (Harry Atherton, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff) (continued from June 16, 2003 )  

3:45 p.m.         Review Proposed Amendments to Chapter 17 of the Fauquier County Code Regarding Sewage System Maintenance and Monitoring for Both New Conventional and Alternative Systems (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Danny Hatch and Charles Shepherd, Staff)  

4:00 p.m.       Entrance Corridor Overlay Ordinance (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff)  

4:15 p.m.          Community Services Board Feasibility Analysis (Larry Weeks, Sponsor; Judy Risdon, Staff)  

4:45 p.m.          Courthouse Improvements (Harry Atherton, Sponsor; Anthony Hooper, Staff)  

5:00 p.m.          Request for Summer Intern – Architectural Review Board (Harry Atherton, Sponsor; G. Robert Lee, Staff)  

5:15 p.m.          Review the Farmland Purchase of Development Rights Program (PDR) and the Agricultural Advisory Committee’s Rankings of Offered Farms (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Peter Mitchell, Staff)  

5:45 p.m.          Dinner Break

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 Joe Winkelmann

Pledge of Allegiance  

Adoption of the Agenda  

Citizens Time  

Proclamations and Recognitions  

  • A Proclamation to Acknowledge and Honor the Outstanding Contributions of T. Leo McCarthy to the Citizens and Communities of Fauquier County and to Proclaim August 9, 2003, as T. Leo McCarthy Day in Fauquier County

  • A Proclamation to Honor Orman M. “Pat” Padgett Upon The Occasion Of His Retirement as Member of the Fauquier County Water and Sanitation Authority Board

1)      Consent Agenda  

a)      Approval of the Minutes for the June 16, 2003 Regular Meeting of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors  

b)      A Resolution Authorizing the Addition of a Network Administrator Position   (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Francine Bouldin, Staff)  

c)      A Resolution Authorizing the Revision of Selected Human Resources Policies  (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Francine Bouldin, Staff)  

d)      A Resolution Authorizing the Establishment of a Citizen’s Complaint Procedure Regarding Charges of ADA Discrimination as Related to County Programs and Services (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Francine Bouldin, Staff)  

e)      A Resolution to Schedule a Public Hearing  to Consider Increasing the Tipping Fee for Construction and Demolition Debris to $30.00 per Ton (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony Hooper, Staff)  

f)       A Resolution to Fund the Fauquier County Farmland Purchase of Development Rights (PDR) Program (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; G. Robert Lee and Peter Mitchell, Staff)  

g)      A Resolution to Identify the Timeline for the Formulation, Review and Adoption of the FY 2005 Fauquier County Budget (Harry Atherton, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)  

h)      Consider Preliminary Subdivision Plat #PP03-M-30, Rivendell Homes at Keyser Road , Marshall District (William G. Beals, Inc, Owner/Applicant; Charles A. Floyd, Staff)  

i)        A Resolution that Fauquier County be Declared an Agricultural Disaster Area by the Governor of Virginia (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Keith Dickinson, Staff)  

j)        A Resolution to Amend the FY 2003 Adopted Budget in the Amount of $101,876 and the FY 2004 Adopted Budget in the Amount of $15,516 (Finance Committee, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)  

k)     A Resolution to Amend the Board of Supervisors Proffer Policy to Permit the Acceptance of Conservation Easements – (Board of Supervisors, Sponsor; Rick Carr, Staff)  

 

2)      A Resolution Initiating a Proposed Amendment to Article 4 of the Fauquier Zoning Ordinance to Add Part 8 Entitled “Aquifer Protection Overlay District” and Referring Said Amendment to the Planning Commission for Its Review, Comment and Recommendation (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff) (tabled from June 16, 2003)  

3)      A Resolution Initiating a Proposed Amendment to Article 4 of the Fauquier Zoning Ordinance to Add Part 9 Entitled “Watershed Management and Protection Area Overlay District” and Referring Said Amendment to the Planning Commission for its Review, Comment and Recommendation (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff) (tabled from June 16, 2003)  

4)      An Ordinance Approving Amendments to Chapter 17 of the Fauquier County Code Regarding Sewage System Maintenance and Monitoring for Both New Conventional and Alternative Systems (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Danny Hatch, Staff) (tabled from June 16, 2003)  

5)      A Resolution Referring to the Planning Commission for its Review, Comment and Recommendation, Proposed Changes to Sections 2-503, 3-330, 3-331, 7-501 of the Fauquier County Zoning Ordinance and Section 19-8 of the Fauquier County Code Relating to the Provision of Public Water Within the Marshall Service District (Harry Atherton, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff) (tabled from June 16, 2003)  

6)      A Resolution to Refer a Proposed Entrance Corridor Overlay Ordinance to the Planning Commission for its Review, Comment and Recommendation (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff) (rescheduled from June 16, 2003 )  

7)      A Resolution to Adopt a Policy for the Fund Balance Requirement and General Operating Fund (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Janice Bourne, Staff)  

8)      A Resolution Approving the Filing of an Application with the Virginia Public School Authority for a Loan in an Approximate Principal Amount of $12,400,000 (Harry F. Atherton Sponsor; Janice Bourne, Staff)  

9)      Consider Preliminary Subdivision Plat #PP02-S-12, The Reserve at Glanaman, Scott District (Llewellyn J. Evans, Owner/Applicant; Elizabeth A. Cook, Staff)  

10)  Consider Preliminary Subdivision Plat #PP03-CR-12, Leocade Leighton, Cedar Run District (Leocade Leighton, Owner/Applicant; Elizabeth Cook, Staff)

Appointments  

  • Water & Sanitation Authority Board – Center District  

  • Social Services Board – Cedar Run District

  • Architectural Review Board – Historic Resources Representative

Supervisors Time  

Announcements

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

7:00 p.m.
   

  1. Consider a Proposed Amendment to Chapter 17 of the Fauquier County Code to Require Maintenance Monitoring Systems for Conventional and Non-Conventional Alternative Sewer and Septic Systems - The proposed Ordinance is for on-site wastewater treatment systems that are regulated by the Commonwealth of Virginia Sewage, Handling, and Disposal Regulations.  Its intent is to protect the environment, the citizens of Fauquier County , inform the public of the long-term effect and cost of an alternative system, and protect the County from dealing with premature failures that may result in the untimely and expensive extension of public utilities. (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Danny Hatch, Staff).

 

  1. #SE02-S-23 - Llewellyn J. Evans, Jr., owner, and Airlie Estates, applicant – Reserve at Glanaman (formerly known as Airlie Estates) - Applicant wishes to obtain special exception approval under Category 31, which would allow for a waiver of the public/central water requirement. The property contains 47.56 acres, is zoned Residential-1 (R-1), and is located on Airlie Road (Route 605), Scott District . (PIN's #6995-15-0169-000 and #6995-15-2925-000)  (Rick Carr, Staff)

 

  1. #SE02-L-27 - D.C. Diamond Corporation, owner/applicant - Applicant wishes to obtain special exception approval under Category 23 of the Zoning Ordinance, which would allow for grading and construction of a road in the floodplain.  The property contains 85.84 acres, is zoned Rural Agriculture (RA), and is located on the southwest side of Catlett Road (Route 28), Lee District .  (PIN #6889-31-7311-000)  (Rick Carr, Staff)

 

  1. #SE02-M-28 – Dondoric Farm Limited Partnership, owner / applicant – Summerplace Horse Shows – Applicant wishes to obtain special exception approval under Category 9, which would allow for horse shows.  The property is located on the south side of James Madison Highway (U.S. Route 17), Marshall District .  (PIN # 6978-56-3909-000)  (Rick Carr, Staff)

 

  1. #SE02-CR-29 - William A. Hamp, III, owner, and Karen Coleman/Eastern Clearing Inc., applicant - Applicant wishes to obtain special exception approval under Category 20 of the Zoning Ordinance, which would allow for wastewater discharge system.  The property contains + 10 acres, is zoned Industrial-Park (I-1), and is located on the northeast side of Bealeton Road (Route 805), Cedar Run District.  (PIN #6899-75-8606-000)  (Rick Carr, Staff)

 

  1. #SE03-C-17, SE03-C-23, and SE03-C-22 – Toll Bros., Inc., owner / applicant – Warrenton Chase Subdivision – Applicant wishes to obtain special exception approval under Category 20, which would allow for a water storage system and the construction and operation of a community wastewater treatment and disposal system; Category 21, which would allow for the location of SWM facilities and utility and trail crossings in the floodplain; and Category 30, which would allow for a waiver of the public sewer requirements.  The applicants have also requested a County determination as to whether the location of the proposed water storage facility associated with # SE03-C-17 is in accord with the Code of Virginia, Section 15.2-2232.  The property is located on the north side of Duhollow Road (Route 672), Center District.  (PIN #6984-92-6454-000, 6984-93-2775-000, 6984-83-4176-000, 6994-02-8294-000, 6994-03-2688-000, 6994-13-8021-000) (Rick Carr, Staff)

 

  1. #SE03-CR-29 – William H. Martin, Jr. & Nelson D. Martin, owners, AT & T Wireless Services, applicant – Applicants wish to obtain special exception approval under Category 20, which would allow for the construction of a 105’ monopole, antennas, and related equipment and a determination by the County as to whether the location of a telecommunications facility associated with this special exception is in accord with the Code of Virginia, Section 15.2-2232.  The property is located on the northeast side of Dumfries Road (Route 605), Cedar Run District.  (PIN # 7914-33-2804-000)  (Rick Carr, Staff)

 

  1. #SE03-S-31 – George Downes, owner and applicant – New Baltimore Garage – Applicant wishes to obtain special exception approval under Category 14, which would allow the expansion of an existing non-conforming use to construct a new facility for truck repairs and related office, restroom and mechanical room to be located behind the existing business.  The property is located at 5346 Lee Highway, Scott District .  (PIN # 7906-21-1989-000 and 7906-22-2059-000) (Rick Carr, Staff)

 

  1. Consider a Proposed Amendment to Section 16-7 of the Fauquier County Code to Permit the Carrying of Concealed Weapons in Public Parks - Currently Section 16-7 of the Fauquier County Code prohibits the carrying of weapons in a County park.  The proposed amendment of Section 16-7 of the Fauquier County Code would permit persons who hold valid concealed weapons permits to carry and possess concealed weapons while in public parks located within Fauquier County . (Sharon Grove McCamy, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff)

 

  1. #SE03-L-34 – BRS, L.C., owner / applicant – Cedar Brooke – Applicant wishes to obtain special exception approval under Category 23, which would allow for the crossing of a floodplain.  The property is located on the southeast side of Catlett Road (Route 28), Lee District .  (PIN # 6899-46-3611-000 and 6899-36-9571-000) (Rick Carr, Staff)

 

  1. #RZ03-L-12 – BRS, L.C., owner / applicant – Cedar Brooke (formerly Reynard’s Crossing) – Applicant wishes to amend proffers of rezoning application # RZ 99-L-04 related to a right-of-way dedication.  The property is located on the south side of Route 28, east of its intersection with Route 17, Lee District .  (PIN # 6899-47-7006-000) (Rick Carr, Staff)

 

  1. #RZ03-M-13 – Hunter’s Head, LC - Applicant wishes to amend one (1) proffer condition to change the hours of operation.  The property is located at 9048 John S. Mosby Highway , Marshall District.  (PIN # 6054-95-8361-000) (Rick Carr, Staff)

 

  1. #RZ03-S-14 – Leocade Leighton owner/ applicant – Applicant wishes to rezone approximately 1.0 acre from Residential-1 (R-1) to Residential-2 (R-2).  The property is located at 7044 Riley Road (Route 676) south of Lakeview Drive , Scott District .  (Pin # 7905-86-6547-000) (Rick Carr, Staff)

 

  1. Proposed Zoning Ordinance Text AmendmentConsider Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Section 15-300 (Definitions) to add RV / trailer sales, rental and service to e. under Agriculturally related uses, Commercial-2 Zoning Districts. (Kimberley Johnson, Staff)

 

  1. #RZ03-CR-15 – Calvin L. Ritchie, owner / Board of Supervisors, applicant – Applicant wishes to rezone approximately 1.26 acres from Rural Agricultural (RA) to Industrial (I-1) and is located on the south side of Ritchie Road (Route 644), east of Route 17, Cedar Run District.  (a portion of PIN # 7808-52-4186-000) (Rick Carr, Staff)

 

  1. Proposed Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment Consider Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to add abattoir as a special exception use in the I-1 and I-2 Zoning District to Section 3-317 (General Industrial), add Section 5-1705 (Additional Standards for Abattoir) and add definition of abattoir to Section 15-300 (Definitions). ( Kimberley Johnson, Staff)

 

  1. Agricultural and Forestal District - Third Renewal of the Upperville Agriculture and Forestal District ( Marshall & Scott Districts ) (Kimberly Johnson, Staff) (continued from June 16, 2003 )

 

  1. Agricultural and Forestal District - Third Renewal of the Springs Valley Agriculture and Forestal District ( Marshall District ) (Kimberley Johnson, Staff) (continued from June 16, 2003 )

 

  1. Revisions to the Department of Community Development Fee ScheduleConsider amending the fee categories associated, for example, with zoning appeals, site plans, special permits, Zoning Ordinance text amendments, and zoning variances; rezoning applications, special exceptions; preliminary and final subdivision, final constructions plans, and Type I soil studies. (Rick Carr, Staff)

 

  1. Revisions to the Department of Environmental Health Fee Schedule – Consider amending the fee categories associated with Water Supply (e.g., permits for a private well, public well, private in-ground and above ground pool), Sanitation (e.g., permits for individual sewage system, re-inspection of drainfield construction, mass drainfield, alternative systems, temporary pump and haul), Subdivision and Site Plan Evaluations (where drainfields and wells are involved), pit privy permits, and Special Provisions (e.g., joint well and traditional sewage system, well and septic inspections), and Establishment Plan Review and Permit Fees (e.g., new establishment, remodeling and annual restaurant, hotel, motel, campground, summer camp and temporary restaurant permits). (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Charles Shepherd, Staff)  

Next Regular Meeting:

August 18, 2003
Warrenton Community Center  
430 East Shirley Avenue ·  Warrenton , VA   20186
  6:30 p.m.  

* The Agenda may be modified on adoption by the Board of Supervisors in the form of additions, deletions or revisions.