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August 11, 2005

Work Session
Warren Green Building Meeting Room
10 Hotel Street, Warrenton VA 20186
11:00 a.m.

11:00 a.m.       AGENDA REVIEW 

12:30 p.m.       WORKING LUNCH 

1:00 p.m.         A WORK SESSION TO REVIEW THE VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (VDOT) SIX-YEAR IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM AND COUNTY TRANSPORTATION PRIORITIES (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Frederick P.D. Carr, Staff)

 

2:00 p.m.         A WORK SESSION TO REVIEW THE FISCAL YEAR 2006 PROGRAM PLAN FOR RAPPAHANNOCK-RAPIDAN COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD FISCAL AGENT AUTHORIZATION (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff) 

2:30 p.m.         A WORK SESSION TO DISCUSS ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING (HVAC) MECHANICAL SYSTEMS OF LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL AND FOR THE RENOVATION OF CLAUDE THOMPSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff) 

3:00 p.m.        A WORK SESSION TO CONTINUE DISCUSSION ON THE BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL AND OCCUPATION LICENSE TAX AND CONSIDER AMENDING THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' LEGISLATIVE PRIORITIES  (William G. Downey, Sponsor; Ross D’Urso, Staff

3:30 p.m.       A CLOSED SESSION FOR CONSIDERATION OF SALARY SUPPLEMENTS FOR SPECIFIC ELECTED OFFICIALS BEING THE FAUQUIER COUNTY CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, 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 – Richard W. Robison

 

2.      PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

3.      ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

 

4.      CITIZENS’ TIME

 

5.      PROCLAMATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS

  • A Proclamation Declaring the Fourth Monday in September as Family Day in Fauquier County

 

6.      CONSENT AGENDA

  1. Approval of the Minutes for the July 14, 2005 Regular Meeting of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors
     

  2.  A Resolution to Authorize the County Administrator to Execute the Declaration of Restrictive Covenants for the Northern Sports Fields Complex and Community Park (William G. Downey, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)
     

  3.  A Resolution Authorizing the County Administrator to Advertise a Public Hearing to Consider a Proposed Amendment to Chapter 8, Article XV, Special Service Districts, to Add Mountain Shade Subdivision to the District (Harry F. Atherton, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)
     

  4. A Resolution Authorizing the Application and Acceptance of Grant Funds and the Award of a Bid for Site Work for T-Hangar #4 at the Warrenton-Fauquier Airport (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)
     

  5. A Resolution to Authorize the County Administrator to Schedule a Public Hearing to Obtain Citizen Input Concerning a Revision of Fauquier County Code Section 4-26 (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)
     

  6. A Resolution to Authorize the County Administrator to Schedule a Public Hearing to Obtain Citizen Input Concerning a Revision of Fauquier County Code Sections 13-1 and 13-24 (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)
     

  7. A Resolution to Authorize Re-titling the Vacant Position of Deputy Clerk III to Deputy Clerk IV (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Janelle Downes, Staff)
     

  8. A Resolution to Authorize Extending the Planner Career Ladder to Include Planners in the Zoning, Permitting & Inspections Division of Community Development  (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Janelle Downes, Staff)
     

  9. A Resolution to Establish the Position of Fire Rescue Safety Officer and Add Position Title to the Fauquier County Classification and Compensation Plan (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Janelle Downes, Staff)
     

  10. A Resolution to Designate a Section of Route 602 (Rogues Road) a Rural Rustic Road, Marshall District (Harry F. Atherton, Sponsor; Elizabeth A. Cook, Staff)
     

  11. A Resolution to Designate Route 790 (Boteler Road) a Rural Rustic Road, Marshall District (Harry F. Atherton, Sponsor; Elizabeth A. Cook, Staff)
     

  12. Ambler Vale Subdivision (Lot 7): Preliminary Plat PPLT05-SC-022, Scott District (D. R. Horton, Inc., Owner/Applicant; Holly Meade, Staff)
     

  13. A Resolution to Receive the Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services Board’s FY 2006 Performance Contract with the Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Substance Abuse Services and the Area Plan for Aging Services and to Authorize the Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services Board to Act as Its Own Fiscal Agent (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)

 

7.      A RESOLUTION TO AMEND THE DEBT REFERENDUM POLICY (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)

 

 

8.      A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO EXECUTE A SECOND CONDITIONAL DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENT WITH THE PAUL MELLON ESTATE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE NORTHERN SPORTS COMPLEX AND COMMUNITY PARK  (William G. Downey, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Staff)

 

 

9.     A RESOLUTION TO AWARD A  CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT FOR PURPOSES OF CONSTRUCTING BUILDINGS AT THE NORTHERN SPORTS COMPLEX AND COMMUNITY PARK (William G. Downey, Sponsor; Ronald Mabry, Staff)

 

10.      A RESOLUTION TO AWARD A CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT FOR PROJECT CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR THE NORTHERN SPORTS COMPLEX AND COMMUNITY PARK (William G. Downey, Sponsor; Ronald Mabry, Staff)

 

11.      A RESOLUTION TO AWARD A CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT FOR SITE WORK CONSTRUCTION OF THE NORTHERN SPORTS COMPLEX AND COMMUNITY PARK (William G. Downey, Sponsor; Ronald Mabry, Staff)

 

12.      A RESOLUTION DIRECTING THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING ON THE PROPOSED REZONING OF FOUR ACRES OF LAND CURRENTLY OWNED BY JEFFREY D. AND MARY E. LIPPINCOTT, MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS PIN #7916-10-1466, FROM RESIDENTIAL-1 (R-1) TO COMMERCIAL (C-1), SCOTT DISTRICT  (William G. Downey, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff)

 

13.      A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE FILING OF AN APPLICATION WITH THE VIRGINIA PUBLIC SCHOOL AUTHORITY FOR A LOAN IN AN APPROXIMATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $13,210,000 (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)

 

14.      A RESOLUTION ADOPTING A PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENT TO CHAPTER 10 – TRANSPORTATION OF THE FAUQUIER COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN (Planning Commission, Sponsor; Frederick P.D. Carr, Staff)

 

15.      A RESOLUTION TO ESTABLISH SALARY SUPPLEMENTS FOR THE FAUQUIER COUNTY CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, Staff)

 

 

16.      A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF 18.7915 ACRES FROM HUMPHREY FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP FOR THE RUNWAY PROTECTION ZONE FOR THE WARRENTON-FAUQUIER AIRPORT AND APPLICATION FOR AND ACCEPTANCE OF GRANT FUNDS FOR THE PURCHASE (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)

 

 

17.      APPOINTMENTS 

  • Disability Services Board – Business Community Representative
  • Architectural Review Board – Cedar Run District
  • Architectural Review Board – Center District
  • Agricultural and Forestal District Advisory Committee – Citizen-at-Large

 

 

18.  SUPERVISORS’ TIME

 

 

19.  ANNOUNCEMENTS

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

 

20.    POSTPONED: REZONING #REZN05-CR-004 - SEELEY BROOKFIELD, LLC, OWNER AND SHENANDOAH DEVELOPMENT, LLC, APPLICANT – GREEN SPRINGSApplicant wishes to rezone approximately 165.6 acres from Residential-1 (R-1) to Residential-1 (R-1) and Residential-2 (R-2) in order to allow for a residential subdivision.  The property is located on the east side of Routes 29/15/17 and southeast of Avenel Drive, Cedar Run District.  (PIN #6981-27-6354-000 and 6981-44-4079-000)  (Seeley Brookfield, LLC, Owner/Shenandoah Development, LLC, Applicant; Melissa Dargis, Staff) (Continued from July 14, 2005) 

21.       A PUBLIC HEARING TO AMEND SECTION 19-18 OF THE FAUQUIER COUNTY CODE TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF AN ADMINISTRATIVE PERMIT TO PERMIT AN INDIVIDUAL WELL FOR A COMMERCIAL USE WHICH WILL NOT CONSUME MORE THAN 10,000 GALLONS PER DAY IN SERVICE DISTRICTS WHERE CAPACITY IS NOT AVAILABLE BUT IS ANTICIPATED - This amendment would permit a temporary well to be constructed with an administrative permit, provided that the proposed commercial use will not consume more than 10,000 gallons per day and public water is reasonably anticipated to be available within two years. (Harry F. Atherton, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff) 

22.      A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER LEASING PROPERTY LOCATED AT 7252 FIFTH STREET, REMINGTON, VIRGINIA, TO FAUQUIER HOUSING CORPORATION FOR USE AS AN AFFORDABLE RENTAL UNIT - In January 2005, the Board of Supervisors authorized the acquisition of property in Remington in order to provide future access to adjoining property of twenty-eight acres that is intended to be improved as a future park.  The property includes an existing residential unit that requires some improvement.   (Chester W. Stribling, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff) 

23.      A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER PROVIDING ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING (HVAC) MECHANICAL SYSTEMS OF LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL - In June 2004, the Board of Supervisors approved $4,000,000 in additional funding for the Liberty High School HVAC project to improve air quality at that facility. $769,996 had previously been appropriated for this project. Earlier this month, bids were opened for upgrading the HVAC system and they reflected the recent escalating costs of all types of construction and renovation. To fund the HVAC alternative plan, initially requested by the School Division, will now require an additional $2,100,000. The total cost of the project would be $6,869,996. (Bryan Tippie, Staff) 

24.      A PUBLIC HEARING ON PROVIDING ADDITIONAL FUNDING THE RENOVATION OF CLAUDE THOMPSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL – In March 2003, the Board of Supervisors approved the School Division’s request for $3,144,000 to renovate Claude Thompson Elementary School. Based on a request from the School Division, an additional $3,650,000 was approved in December 2004. On July 8, 2005, the construction bid for the project was opened and it is estimated that the total cost of the project could now cost $9,966,000, an increase of $3,172,000.   (Bryan Tippie, Staff) 

25.      A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER AMENDING THE FY 2005 ADOPTED BUDGET IN THE AMOUNT OF $691,349 AND FY 2006 ADOPTED BUDGET IN THE AMOUNT OF $427,544 - Various budget related issues in the amount of $691,349 in appropriations for FY 2005, and $202,522 in appropriations and $225,022 in transfers for FY 2006 have been identified for consideration, including, but not limited to:  Renovation – Old Jail Museum; Health Care - Health Insurance Fund; Fuel and Parts - Fleet Maintenance; New Safety Officer Position – Fire and Emergency Services; Fire and Rescue Association Funds Company Contributions. (Finance Committee, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff) 

26. PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE ZONING AND SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE – SET BACK REQUIREMENTS FOR COMMERCIAL USES – A public hearing to consider a proposed Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Section 3-404 to modify the C-1/Commercial Neighborhood zoning district regulations in order to provide flexibility in set back requirements for commercial uses. (Planning Commission, Sponsor; W. Todd Benson, Staff) 

27. PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE ZONING AND SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE – ACCESSORY STRUCTURES -  A public hearing to consider a proposed Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Section 6-101 to allow accessory structures to be placed on the property not hosting a primary use when such property is one of several adjacent lots used as one place of residence. (Planning Commission, Sponsor; W. Todd Benson, Staff) 

28.      PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE ZONING AND SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE – NOISE STANDARDS - A public hearing to consider a proposed Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Table 1 of Article 9 and Sections 9-701 through 9-705 to delete current noise standards and replace with new noise standards.  (Planning Commission, Sponsor; W. Todd Benson, Staff) 

29.  COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS - WARRENTON SERVICE DISTRICT – A public hearing to consider proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan Chapter 6­Warrenton Service District Plan. (Planning Commission, Sponsor; Frederick P.D. Carr, Staff) 

30.  PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO LEASE OF  PROPERTY TO BIRMINGHAM GREEN ASSISTED LIVING, INC. AND BIRMINGHAM GREEN ADULT DISABILITY SERVICES, INC. – A public hearing to consider dedication of right-of-way, grant of easements, approval of the execution of a subdivision deed and plat, and revisions to two leases of the following parcels of land to Birmingham Green Assisted Living, Inc. and Birmingham Green Adult Disability Services, Inc., for the purpose of building supportive housing for the elderly and disabled.  The amendments reflect reduction to and changes in the leased area and revisions requested by the Department of Housing and Urban Development:  PIN 7896-13-7792 located at 8599 Centreville Road, Manassas, VA; and PIN 7896-13-2835 located at 8605 Centreville Road, Manassas, VA. (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, Staff)

 

 Next Regular Board Meeting
September 8, 2005 · 6:30 p.m.
Warren Green Meeting Room
10 Hotel Street, Warrenton, VA