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August 10, 2006

Work Session
Warren Green Building Meeting Room
10 Hotel Street, Warrenton, VA 20186
1:30 p.m.
Times set forth are approximate and may be adjusted as necessary

 1:30 p.m.        AGENDA REVIEW

 2:30 p.m.          PRESENTATION OF THE AGING TOGETHER PLAN FOR SUPPORTING OLDER RESIDENTS OF VIRGINIA’S RAPPAHANNOCK RAPIDAN REGION, INCLUDING CULPEPER, FAUQUIER, MADISON, ORANGE AND RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTIES (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Janis Selbo, Staff)

3:00 p.m.          A WORK SESSION TO REVIEW THE FISCAL YEAR 2007 PROGRAM PLAN FOR RAPPAHANNOCK-RAPIDAN COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD AND AREA AGENCY ON AGING, AND TO CONSIDER A $4.2 MILLION BORROWING RESOLUTION TO REPLACE A PREVIOUS AUTHORIZATION FOR $3.2 MILLION (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff)

3:30 p.m.          A WORK SESSION ON PROPOSED ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENTS RELATED TO COMMERCIAL RETAIL AND BUSINESS USES, HOME OCCUPATIONS, AND APPROVAL PROCEDURES FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PERMITS AND FOR SPECIAL PERMITS AND SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS IN CONJUNCTION WITH A REZONING (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Kimberley Johnson, Staff)

4:00 p.m.          CLOSED SESSION TO DISCUSS POTENTIAL ACQUISITION OF PROPERTY IN THE SCOTT MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES PURSUANT TO SECTION 2.2-3711(A)(3) OF THE CODE OF VIRGINIA (Paul S. McCulla, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff)

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 – William G. Downey

 

2.      PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

3.      ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

 

4.      CITIZENS’ TIME

 

5.      PROCLAMATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS

  • A Proclamation to Designate August 13-19, 2006 as Fire & Rescue Appreciation Week in Fauquier County
     

  • A Proclamation to Honor Major Olaf H. Shibusawa for his Service to the United States Army and the Citizens of Fauquier County

 

6.      CONSENT AGENDA

a)      Approval of the Minutes for the July 13, 2006 Regular Meeting of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors

b)      A Resolution to Receive the Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services Board’s FY 2007 Performance Contract with the Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Substance Abuse Services and the Area Plan for Aging Service (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff)

c)      A Resolution Authorizing the Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services Board to Borrow $4.2 Million from the Rural Development Authority (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff)

d)      A Resolution for Subdivision Street Acceptance for Stonelea Subdivision, Admiral Nelson Drive, Marshall Magisterial District (Harry F. Atherton, Sponsor; Mary C.  Sherrill, Staff)

e)       A Resolution to Approve the Revised  Memorandum of Understanding with Quantico Marine Base  (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Philip Myer, Staff)

f)      A Resolution to Authorize the Amendment of Covenants Applicable to Valley Green Subdivision (William G. Downey, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)

g)      A Resolution to Authorize the Revision of Human Resources Policy 2-I, Inclement Weather (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Janelle Downes, Staff)

h)        A Resolution to Authorize the Revision of Human Resources Policy 51, Travel Policies and Procedures (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Janelle Downes, Staff)

i)        A Resolution to Authorize the Revision of Human Resources Policy 24, Types of Employment (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Janelle Downes, Staff)

j)      A Resolution to Authorize the Revision of Human Resources Policy 16-A, Tuition Reimbursement/Education Assistance (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Janelle Downes, Staff)

k)      A Resolution to Authorize the Reclassification of the Network Analyst III Position to a Network Supervisor Position (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Janelle Downes, Staff)

l)     A Resolution to Approve the Ratification of an Agreement Between NVR, Inc., D.C. Diamond Corporation, and Fauquier County to Provide for the Construction of Southcoate Village Drive (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)

m A Resolution to Amend the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors Bylaws Section 6-4, Committee Attendance (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)

n A Resolution to Approve a Waiver Allowing a Private Street that does not Connect Directly to a State Maintained Street, Scott District (Christopher and Jennifer Hawkins, Owners/Applicants; Bonnie Bogert, Staff)

o)  A Resolution to Approve a Waiver to Allow a Right-of-Way Less than Fifty Feet in Width, Cedar Run District (Edward and Betsy Price, and Michael and Patricia Jordan, Owners/Applicants; Bonnie Bogert, Staff)

p)  A Resolution to Approve a Waiver to Allow a Right-of-Way Less than Fifty Feet in Width, Marshall District (Irvin M. Woods & Kay Young, Owners, and Richard L. & Elise B. Riedel, Applicants; Bonnie Bogert, Staff)

 

  1. APPOINTMENTS 
  • Piedmont Workforce Network Board – Business Representative  

  • Piedmont Workforce Network Board – Business Representative

  • Industrial Development Authority – Marshall District

  • Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services Board (RRCSB)

 

  1. A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR AND COUNTY ATTORNEY TO WORK WITH INTERESTED PARTIES REGARDING THE ROADS IN BETHEL ACADEMY SUBDIVISION (Richard W. Robison, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)
     

  2. A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE JOINT SHARING OF OPERATIONAL COSTS FOR THE WARRENTON-FAUQUIER VISITOR CENTER (Richard W. Robison, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)
     

  3. A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE FAUQUIER COUNTY WATER AND  SANITATION AUTHORITY AND THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS TO PROVIDE FOR THE ACQUISITION AND OPERATION OF A PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM IN MARSHALL AND TO SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING TO AUTHORIZE A COOPERATIVE CONDEMNATION OF THE ASSETS OF SUCH WATER SYSTEM  (Harry F. Atherton, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)
     

  4. A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWN OF WARRENTON WAIVING MUNICIPAL TIPPING FEES AT THE COUNTY SANITARY LANDFILL IN EXCHANGE FOR EQUALIZED RATES FOR COUNTY CITIZENS AT THE TOWN’S RECREATIONAL FACILITIES (Richard W. Robison, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)
     

  5. A RESOLUTION TO DENY A WAIVER ALLOWING A PRIVATE STREET THAT DOES NOT CONNECT TO A STATE MAINTAINED STREET, MARSHALL DISTRICT (Mermah Payandeh, Owner/Applicant; Bonnie Bogert, Staff)
     

  6. A PROPOSED ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE 5 TO CLARIFY AND AMEND THE ADMINISTRATIVE PERMIT PROCESS AND TO ALLOW SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS AND SPECIAL PERMITS TO BE APPROVED AS PART OF A REZONING (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Kimberley Johnson, Staff)
     

  7. A PROPOSED ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENT TO SECTIONS 3-302, 5-200, 6-102 AND 6-300 TO AMEND THE REGULATIONS AUTHORIZING HOME OCCUPATIONS (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Kimberley Johnson, Staff)
     

  8. A PROPOSED ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENTS TO SECTIONS 3-312, 3-313, 3-400,  5-1200, 5-1300 AND 15-300 TO AMEND APPROVAL REQUIREMENTS FOR COMMERCIAL RETAIL AND BUSINESS USES (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Kimberley Johnson, Staff)
     

  9. A RESOLUTION TO AFFIRM THE PLANNING COMMISSION’S DECISION TO DENY CHATTIN’S RUN SOUTH SUBDIVISION PRELIMINARY PLAT PPLT06-MA-022 PURSUANT TO ZONING ORDINANCE SECTION 2-406(6), MARSHALL DISTRICT (Flint Hill Farm, LLC, Owner/Applicant; Holly Meade, Staff)
     

  10. SUPERVISORS’ TIME
     

  11. ANNOUNCEMENTS

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

 

  1. A RESOLUTION TO AMEND THE FY 2006 ADOPTED BUDGET IN THE AMOUNT OF $3,500,876 AND AMEND THE FY 2007 ADOPTED BUDGET IN THE AMOUNT OF $98,621 – A public hearing to consider various budget related issues in the amount of $3,410,273 in appropriations, and $90,603 in transfers for FY 2006, and $43,585 in appropriations, and $55,036 in transfers for FY 2007 including, but not limited to:  State Funds; Federal Funds; Miscellaneous Revenue – Fire & Rescue Association and Fire & Emergency Services; Fuel Revenue – Fleet Maintenance; Airport Fund Balance - Land Purchases and Construction; Reimbursement - Piedmont Environmental Council.  (Bryan Tippie, Staff)
     

  2. PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENT TO SECTION 15-300 OF THE ZONING ORDINANCE – A public hearing to consider a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Section 15-300, to amend the definition of Park Facilities (Governmental), Non-athletic. Continued from July 13, 2006. (Planning Commission, Sponsor; W. Todd Benson, Staff)
     

  3. PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENT TO SECTIONS 6-302.16 AND 5-202 OF THE ZONING ORDINANCE A public hearing to consider a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Sections 6-302.16 and 5-202 to Permit as Home Occupations, Party Supply Sales and Rentals and to Enact Certain Standards for Such Uses.  (Planning Commission, Sponsor; W. Todd Benson, Staff)
     

  4. PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENT TO SECTION 15-300 OF THE ZONING ORDINANCE A public hearing to consider a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Section 15-300 to add a definition of Fairgrounds.  (Planning Commission, Sponsor; W. Todd Benson, Staff)
     

  5. SPECIAL EXCEPTION #SPEX06-LE-024 AND COMPREHENSIVE PLAN CONFORMANCE DETERMINATION #CCRV06-LE-004 – MONUMENT DEVELOPMENT–14, LC & FAUQUIER WATER AND SANITATION AUTHORITY, OWNERS, AND MONUMENT DEVELOPMENT–14, LC & REMLAND, LLC, APPLICANTS – REMINGTON – LUCKY HILL ROAD WATER TANK – Applicants wish to obtain a Category 20 Special Exception to allow for the construction of a water tank.  In addition, the applicant is seeking a Comprehensive Plan Conformance Determination, in accord with the Code of Virginia, Section 15.2-2232, as to whether the location of the water tank on this property is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan. The property is located on the south side of Lucky Hill Road (Route 656), east of Tinpot Run Lane (Route 655) in Remington, Lee District, further identified as PINs #6887-46-2019-000 and #6887-36-8588-000.  (Monument Development-14, LC and Fauquier Water and Sanitation Authority, Owners / Monument Development–14, LC, Fauquier Water and Sanitation Authority, & Remland, LLC, Applicants; Melissa Dargis, Staff)
     

  6. ESTABLISHMENT OF REVALIDATION FEE FOR PARCELS IN THE LAND USE PROGRAM - A public hearing to consider establishing the periodic revalidation fee for parcels currently participating in the Land Use program.  The fee may be set by the Board of Supervisors at an amount which does not exceed the current application fee of $60.00 plus $0.60 per acre.   (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Ross W. D'Urso, Staff)
     

  7. PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX RELIEF ACT - A public hearing to consider the percentage of tax relief to be afforded to taxpayers in accordance with statutory revisions to the Personal Property Tax Relief Act.  (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Ross W. D'Urso, Staff)
     

  8. PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENT TO SECTION 13-51 OF THE COUNTY CODE - A public hearing to consider an amendment to Section 13-51 of the County Code to permit retired fire and rescue volunteers with at least 10 years of service to obtain a County decal at no charge.  (William G. Downey, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)
     

  9. CONSIDER GRANT OF A UTILITY EASEMENT TO NOVEC AT THE NORTHERN SPORTS FIELD COMPLEX - A public hearing to consider the grant of an easement to Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative in order to relocate utilities at the Northern Sports Field Complex. (William G. Downey, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)

 

Next Regular Meeting
Warren Green Building 1st Floor Meeting Room
10 Hotel Street · Warrenton, VA  20186
September 14, 2006 ~ 6:30 p.m