* DRAFT AGENDA

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August 19, 2002

Work Session
4th Floor Conference Room
1:00 p.m.
   

1:00 p.m.          Agenda Review 

2:00 p.m.         Botha Affordable Housing  (Sharon McCamy, Sponsor; Tony Hooper, Staff) 

2:30 p.m.         Update Regarding the Implementation of the Public Safety Radio System (Ray Graham, Sponsor; Tony Hooper, Staff) 

3:30 p.m.         Break 

3:45 p.m.         Space Allocation at 320 Hospital Drive (Sharon McCamy, Sponsor; Tony Hooper, Staff) 

4:15 p.m.         Market Scale Adjustments for Deputy County Administrator and Assistant County Administrator and Deputy County Attorney and Assistant County Attorneys (Ray Graham, Sponsor; Bob Lee and Paul McCulla, Staff) 

4:30 p.m.         Closed Meeting Regarding Property Acquisition (Ray Graham, Sponsor; Tony Hooper, Staff) 

5:00 p.m.         Closed Meeting Regarding Personnel Matters (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; Bob Lee, Staff)

Regular Sessions
Warren Green Meeting Room
10 Hotel Street, Warrenton, VA  20186
6:30 p.m.

Invocation – Vice Chair McCamy 

Pledge of Allegiance 

Adoption of the Agenda 

Citizens Time 

Proclamations and Recognitions 

1)      Consent Agenda 

a)      Approval of Minutes for June 17, 2002 Board of Supervisors Regular Meeting and Minutes for July 15, 2002 Board of Supervisors Regular Meeting  

b)      A Resolution to Create a Career Ladder for Buyer Positions within the Department of Finance (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Francine Bouldin, Staff) 

c)      A Resolution Authorizing the Vacant Position of Office Associate III to be Re-titled as Human Resources (HR) Technician (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Francine Bouldin, Staff) 

d)      A Resolution Authorizing a Part-Time Community Development Position (Larry Weeks, Sponsor; Francine Bouldin, Staff) 

e)      A Resolution to Authorize an Additional Zoning Administrator for Fauquier County (Bob Lee, Sponsor; Rick Carr, Staff) 

f)        A Resolution to Increase Petty Cash Fund from $1,500 to $2,000 (Bob Lee, Sponsor; Beth Ledgerton, Staff) 

g)      Consider Preliminary Plat Subdivision Application, #PP02-CR-10, Shipe’s Ridge Subdivision, Amos Lee and Jane Shipe, owners/applicants, Cedar Run Magisterial District  (Rick Carr, Staff) 

h)      A Resolution Authorizing the County Administrator to File with the Governor of Virginia a Request that the County of Fauquier be Designated as a Drought Disaster Area (Ray Graham, Sponsor; Peter Mitchell, Staff) 

i)        A Resolution Authorizing the County Administrator to Schedule a Public Hearing to Receive Citizens’ Comments on the Proposed Use of FY 2002 Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Funds (Harry Atherton, Sponsor; Judy Risdon, Staff) 

j)        A Resolution to Approve GIS Agreement Between Virginia Outdoors Foundation and the County of Fauquier (Harry Atherton, Sponsor; Lori Hertig, Staff) 

k)      A Resolution to Approve and Authorize Execution of an Addendum to the Regional Jail Agreement (Larry Weeks, Sponsor; Bob Lee, Staff) 

2)      A Resolution Authorizing Implementation of a County Administration/County Attorney Salary Market Study (Ray Graham, Sponsor; Bob Lee and Paul McCulla, Staff) 

3)      A Resolution Authorizing the Chairman to Execute a Visitor Center Agreement with the Town of Warrenton and the Fauquier County Chamber of Commerce (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff) 

4)      A Resolution to Implement the FY 2003 Emergency Services Staffing Plan (Public Safety Committee, Sponsor; Tony Hooper, Staff) 

5)      A Resolution to Revise the Department of Community Development Fee Schedule  (Ray Graham, Sponsor; Rick Carr, Staff) (Continued from July 15, 2002) 

6)      A Resolution to Award a Contract for the Construction of Infrastructure at the Botha Subdivision (Sharon McCamy, Sponsor; Tony Hooper, Staff) 

7)      A Resolution to Award Contract for Airport Improvements (Sharon McCamy, Sponsor; Tony Hooper, Staff) 

8)      A Resolution to Award a Contract for the Lease and Operation of a Fixed Based Operator Concession at the Warrenton-Fauquier Airport (Sharon McCamy. Sponsor; Tony Hooper, Staff) 

9)      A Resolution to Authorize Execution of a Memorandum of Understanding with the Warrenton Training Center (Ray Graham, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff) 

10)  A Resolution Authorizing the County Administrator to Acquire Interests in Real Property Necessary to Construct and Install Public Safety Radio System Equipment, Antennas and Equipment Enclosures  (Ray Graham, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff) 

11)  Reconsideration of Special Exception (#SE02-L-25) Request for Berta F. Lunau (Biritos), Owner, and Kenneth & Catherine Dodson, Applicants (Sharon McCamy, Sponsor; Elizabeth Cook, Staff) 

Appointments 

  • Social Services Board, Cedar Run District
  • Local Workforce Investment Board 

Supervisors Time 

Announcements

Public Hearings
Warren Green Meeting Room
10 Hotel Street, Warrenton, VA  20186

7:00 p.m.
 
   

  1. Consider a Lease with the Fauquier Free Clinic for Office Space at the Fauquier County Office Complex at 320 Hospital Drive  - Fauquier County has received a request to assist the Fauquier Free Clinic by providing up to 500 square feet of office space on the first or second floor of the County office complex located at 320 Hospital Drive.  (Sharon McCamy, Sponsor; Tony Hooper, Staff)
  1. Consider Amendment to the FY 2002 Budget in the Amount of $1,137,440 and the FY 2003 Budget in the Amount of $2,328,039 - Various budget related issues in the amount of $3,465,479 have been identified which require a public hearing, including, but not limited to, emergency radio system, E-Gov Phase 3, modular classrooms at two high schools, repair/upgrade canopies at five elementary schools, digital imaging for Clerk of Circuit Court, and renovations of 320 Hospital Hill, Warren Green Building and County Courthouse. (Finance Committee, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)
  1. Consider Amendment to the FY 2003 Budget in the Amount of $1,139,000 for Renovation of the Fauquier County Detention Center - The Sheriff's Office is requesting $1,139,000 to renovate the Fauquier County Detention Center.  (Ray Graham, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)
  1. Consider a Revision of Fees at the Landfill for Accepting Special Items - The landfill is experiencing increasing costs and volume in processing special items, such as tree stumps, tires and freon.. It is recommended that these fees be revised to reflect the special processing costs associated with these items. (Ray Graham, Sponsor; Tony Hooper, Staff)
  1. Consider a Proposed Ordinance Amending Section 8-37 of the Code of Fauquier County Relating to Fees in Criminal and Traffic Cases - A newly enacted provision in the Code of Virginia authorizes the County to add a $25.00 inmate processing  fee to the court costs of any individual who is admitted to jail following a conviction. (Ray Graham, Sponsor; Joe Higgs, Staff)
  1. Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment – Consider amendment to Article 9-1000, Outdoor Lighting, Sections 9-1001 and 9-1006 of the Fauquier County Zoning Ordinance regarding outdoor recreation lighting. (Rick Carr, Staff)
  1. Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment – Consider amendment to Section 3-400 12, to increase the required front yard (setback) requirements on roads classified as arterials and freeways in the Comprehensive Plan (and Route 245), if they are zoned as residential and lie within service district boundaries, or if parcels are in a rural zoning district. (Rick Carr, Staff)
  1. Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment – Consider amendment to Section 3-314.10, Motor Vehicle Related Uses, to permit farm equipment sales, rental and service establishments in the Rural Residential-2 (RR-2) zoning district, with special permit and site plan approval.  (Rick Carr, Staff)
  1. Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment – Consider amendment to Section 5-205.5, Additional Standards for Auto Repair Garages, to allow a home auto repair garage to have a maximum of six (6) vehicles at any one time.  (Rick Carr, Staff)
  1. Consider Amendment to Chapter 11 of the Code of Fauquier County to Add Article II, Entitled Stormwater Management - This code amendment would add Article II to Chapter 11, related to Stormwater Management, by establishing minimum requirements and controls to protect properties, safeguard the general health, safety, and welfare of the public residing in watersheds within the County, and protect aquatic resources.  (Rick Carr, Staff)
  1. Subdivision Ordinance Text Amendment – Consider amendment to Subdivision Ordinance Section 4-16, Bonding Requirements, Section 7-10, Grades, Section 8-2, Ditch Cross Section, Section 9-5, Preliminary Plan Requirements, and Section 10-5, Additional Submission Requirements, to reflect the establishment of a Stormwater Management Ordinance.  (Rick Carr, Staff)
  1. Subdivision Ordinance Text Amendment – Consider amendment to Section 9-4, Application Review, increasing the allotted time for submission to correct deficiencies before the Planning Commission meeting, from 23 days to 40 days.  (Rick Carr, Staff)
  1. Special Exception (#SE02-L-30) – James R. and Betty L. Mills, owners, and Community Wireless Structures, applicant – The applicant wishes to obtain special exception approval under Category 20 of the Zoning Ordinance, which would allow for the construction of a telecommunication structure for co-location of wireless service providers.  The property contains 47.41 acres, is zoned Rural Agriculture (RA), and is located on the northeast side of Lucky Hill Road (Route 655), Lee District.  (PIN #6888-38-9459-000).  (Sharon McCamy, Sponsor; Rick Carr, Staff)
  1. Rezoning Request (RZ02-L-07) – Donald K. Beaver, owner/applicant – The applicant wishes to rezone approximately 1.618 acres from Rural Agriculture (RA) to Commercial 2 (with proffers). The property is located within the Bealeton Service District, sewered area, at the intersection of Marsh Road (Route 17) and Catlett Road (Route 28), Lee District. (PIN #6899-16-9372-000. (Sharon McCamy, Sponsor; Rick Carr, Staff) (Continued from July 15, 2002).

 

Next Regular Meeting:  
 September 16, 2002 • Warren Green Building  • 6:30 p.m.

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