Board of Supervisors Meeting Date: 

Raymond E. Graham, Cedar Run District Supervisor, Vice Chairman

October 11, 2007

Staff Lead:


Anthony I. Hooper, Deputy County Administrator

County Administration


A Resolution to Authorize the County Administrator to Enter into an Agreement with Riverside Mulch Inc. to Allow for the Payment of Fees and Connection to the Airport Sewer Facilities


Topic Description:

At the August 2007 meeting, the Board authorized an application to modify the special exception permit to allow the construction and operation of the Airport sewer system.  Work on submitting the application is underway.  This work has been initiated so that property owners identified in Phase II of the airport sewer plan could receive sewer service.  In particular, representatives of Riverside Mulch have proposed to work with the County to extend service to the Phase II area. 

The attached agreement proposes that Riverside Mulch work with the County to extend the collection system to their property.  The Company has previously expended funds to develop the soils and engineering work necessary to develop identify a reserve drain field area that will be reviewed by the Health Department and considered as a part of the special exception process.  The agreement allows the Company, at its expense, to continue the working relationship and to construct the extension of the sewer collection system if allowed through the modification of the special exception.


Requested Action of the Board of Supervisors: 

Consider adoption of the attached resolution.

Financial Impacts Analysis:

The agreement is consistent with the existing practice that costs be charged to property owners served by the sewer system.  In addition, Riverside Mulch is incurring additional costs to make service available in a timely manner.  The proposal provides a positive financial impact to the County.


Identify any other Departments, Organizations or Individuals that would be affected by this request:

Finance Department
Fauquier County Water and Sanitation Authority




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