* DRAFT AGENDA

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October 20, 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.    An Overview of the Workforce Investment Act (Harry Atherton, Sponsor; Merry Hanson, Staff)  

2:30 p.m.    Rappahannock River Basin Commission (Sharon Grove McCamy, Sponsor; Eldon James, Staff)  

3:00 p.m.    Fauquier County Visitor Center (Larry L. Weeks, Sponsor; Talmage Reeves, Staff)  

3:30 p.m.    Parks and Recreation Update (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; Larry Miller, Staff)  

4:00 p.m.    School Bond Referendum (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)

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 – Raymond E. Graham

Adoption of the Agenda

Citizens’ Time

Proclamations and Recognitions 

  • A Proclamation To Declare October 2003 As Disability Employment Awareness Month In Fauquier County

1)      Consent Agenda

a)      Approval of the Minutes for the September 15, 2003 Regular Meeting and September 27, 2003 Adjourned Meeting of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors

b)      Chairman’s Correspondence Review

c)      A Resolution Authorizing the Creation of a Career Ladder for the Planning Division of the Department of Community Development (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Francine Bouldin, Staff)

d)      A Resolution Authorizing the Addition of a Part-Time Permanent Office Associate I Position (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Francine Bouldin, Staff)

e)      A Resolution Authorizing the Addition of an Accounting Clerk Position  (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Francine Bouldin, Staff)

f)       A Resolution Authorizing the Conversion of a Part-Time Temporary Engineer and Part-Time Temporary Office Associate II to Full-Time Permanent Positions and the Addition of an Office Manager Position (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Francine Bouldin, Staff)

g)      Preliminary Subdivision Plat Application FNPL04-SC-009, Leighton Property – (Leocade Leighton, Owner/Applicant; Elizabeth Cook, Staff)

h)      A Resolution to Approve Acceptance of a New Road Alignment for Meetze Road, Lunsford Road, and Green Road in the Cedar Run Magisterial District (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Laura Edmonds, Staff)

i)        A Resolution to Express the Fauquier County Board of Supervisor’s Support for Telecommuting (Sharon Grove McCamy, Sponsor; J. Randall Wheeler, Staff)                                                                                                                           

2)      An Ordinance to Approve #RZ03-C-04:  The Rezoning of Approximately 64 Acres for Raymond Farm from R-1 to PRD, Margaret Raymond & Others, Owners, and Landmark Property Development, LLC, Applicant – (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; Rick Carr, Staff) (tabled from September 15, 2003)

3)      A Resolution Manifesting the Willingness of the Board of Supervisors to Work with the Town of Remington on Mutually Agreeable Changes to the Boundaries of the Town (Sharon Grove McCamy, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff)

4)      A Resolution to Adopt Purchase of Development Rights (PDR) Program Operating Procedures Within the Old Dominion Electric Cooperative (ODEC) Mitigation Area (Sharon Grove McCamy, Sponsor; Ray Pickering, Staff)

5)      A Resolution Denying WAVR04-MA-001: A Waiver of Zoning Ordinance Section 7-302.1 to Allow a Private Street (Valley Dale Lane) That is Forty (40) Feet in Width, Instead of the Required Minimum of Fifty (50) Feet, Farzin Sadeghi, Owner/Applicant (Farzin Sadeghi, Owner/Application; Chuck A. Floyd, Staff)  

Appointments

·        Disability Services Board – Director of Special Education

·        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. Amendment to the Fauquier County Comprehensive Plan – A public hearing to receive citizens’ comments on a requested update of the Warrenton Service District Plan, which includes proposed land use, transportation, and public facilities plans.  (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; Rick Carr, Staff)

  2. Proposed Text Amendment to the Zoning and Subdivision Ordinances and the Fauquier County Code – A public hearing to receive citizens’ comments on a proposed text amendment to Sections 3-317.1 and 3-317.2 of the Zoning Ordinance, to eliminate “salvage yard” as a separate use from “junkyard” in the Zoning Ordinance.  ( Kimberley Johnson, Staff)

  3. Proposed Text Amendments to the Zoning and Subdivision Ordinances and the Fauquier County Code  - A public hearing to receive citizens’ comments on proposed text amendments to the Zoning Ordinance and Fauquier County Code relating to the provision of public water within the Marshall Service District. (Harry F. Atherton, Sponsor; Kimberley Johnson, Staff)

  4. Special Exception #SPEX04-CR-004 – Phyllis A. Giroux, Owner / Applicant – Deep Run FarmApplicant wishes to obtain Special Exception approval under Category 9, which would allow for Class “C” dog field events.  The property is located on the east side of Blackwells Mill Road (Route 617), Cedar Run District.  (PIN #7825-74-5296-000) (Rick Carr, Staff)

  5. Special Exception #SPEX04-CR-005 – Smith-Midland Corporation, Owner / Applicant Applicant wishes to obtain Special Exception approval under Category 23, which would allow for a time extension on #SE01-CR-10.  The property is located on the south side of Catlett Road (Route 28), Cedar Run District.  (Former PIN #7900-75-6202-000) (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Rick Carr, Staff)
  1. Consider a Resolution Authorizing Acceptance of the Local Enforcement Block Grant - A public hearing to receive citizens’ comments on the proposed use of Local Law Enforcement Block Grant funds, which is to help fund overtime payments for traffic enforcement. (Judith Risdon, Staff)

  2. Consider a Utility Easement at Ensor Shop Road Public Safety Radio Tower Site – A public hearing to receive citizens’ comments on granting an easement to Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative (NOVEC) for utility service at the Ensor Shop Road Public Safety Radio System Tower Site. (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony Hooper, Staff)

  3. Consider a Utility Easement at Old Ebeneezer Church Road for Warrenton-Fauquier Airport Runway Construction – A public hearing to receive citizens’ comments on granting an easement to Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) for utility service at the Warrenton-Fauquier Airport .  (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony Hooper, Staff)

  4. A Resolution to Amend the FY 2003 Adopted Budget in the Amount of $763,864.73 and the FY 2004 Adopted Budget in the Amount of $923,166.79  - The Code of Virginia requires a public hearing when amendments to the budget exceed the lesser of $500,000 or 1% of the total budget.  Various budget related issues in the amount of $763,864.73 in appropriations for FY 2003, and $739,287.25 in appropriations and $183,879.54 in transfers for FY 2004, totaling $1,687,031.52, have been identified for consideration, including, but not limited to:  Textbooks - School Division; Counseling Academic Parenting Services (CAPS) Grant – School Division; Additional Positions – Community Development; Completed Projects Funding Residual to Current Projects – School Division; Bus Replacement – School Division. (Finance Committee, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)

  5. FY 2004 Capital Improvements Program Revision – Route 605 Park – A public hearing to receive citizens’ comments on a proposed amendment to the FY 2004 Capital Improvement Plan, to include adding the Route 605 Park at the corner of Route 605 and Route 29, adjacent to Rick Hunt Ford.  (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)

 

Next Regular Meeting:

November 17, 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.