* DRAFT AGENDA

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October 21, 2002

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.         Library Board Structure (Sharon McCamy, Sponsor; Randy Wheeler, Staff) 

2:30 p.m.         Affordable Housing (Sharon McCamy, Sponsor; Bob Counts, Staff) 

3:00 p.m.         Break 

3:15 p.m.         Public Safety Radio Implementation (Ray Graham, Sponsor; Tony Hooper, Staff) 

3:45 p.m.         Northern Sports Field Complex Pool Site Alternatives (Harry Atherton, Sponsor; Randy Wheeler, Staff) 

4:00 p.m.         Family Access to Medical Insurance (FAMIS) Enrollment Plan (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; Randy Wheeler, Staff)

Regular Sessions
The Barn at Lord Fairfax Community College
6480 College Street
Warrenton, VA 20187

Invocation – Supervisor Harry Atherton 

Pledge of Allegiance 

Citizens Time 

Adoption of the Agenda 

Proclamations and Recognitions 

  • A Proclamation to Declare October 2002 as Disability Employment Awareness Month

  • A Proclamation to Designate the Week of October 21- 25, 2002 as National Business Women’s Week
  • A Proclamation to Recognize the Outstanding Contributions of Alonzo White to the Disabled Citizens of Fauquier County
  • A Proclamation to Honor William F. “Toby” and Barbara Merchant Upon the Occasion of the 35th Anniversary of the Opening of The Plains Pharmacy

  • A Proclamation to Designate November 2002 as FAMIS Enrollment Month

  • A Proclamation to Honor Local Businessman Bruce Hutchison for Thirty-Eight Years of Service to the Citizens of Fauquier County

1)      Consent Agenda

a)      Approval of Minutes for September 16, 2002 Board of Supervisors Regular Meeting

b)      A Resolution Referring to the Planning Commission for its Review and Recommendation of a Proposed Ordinance Amending Section 2-39(3)(A)(1) of the Fauquier County Subdivision Ordinance Defining the Term “Immediate Family Members” for Purposes of Family Transfer Provisions of the Fauquier County Subdivision Ordinance (Sharon McCamy, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff)

c)      A Resolution to Authorize a Public Hearing to Amend the FY 2002 Adopted Budget in the Amount of $308,469 and the FY 2003 Adopted Budget in the Amount of $547,013  (Finance Committee, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)

d)      A Resolution to Authorize the Refunding of Bonds Issued in 1993 for Landfill Improvements (Ray Graham, Sponsor; Tony Hooper, Staff)

e)      A Resolution to Authorize Right-of-Way Dedication to Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT): Airport Project-Relocation of a Portion of Route 648 (Sharon McCamy, Sponsor; Tony Hooper, Staff)

f)        An Order to Abandon a Portion of Enon School Road Which Has Been Discontinued for Maintenance and is Not Currently in the State Secondary Systems of Highways (Harry Atherton, Sponsor; Liz Cook, Staff)

g)      A Resolution Authorizing Adding the Position Titles of Litter Control/Recycling Laborer and Litter Control/Recycling Team Leader to the Fauquier County Government Position Classification and Compensation Plan (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Francine Bouldin, Staff)

h)      A Resolution to Amend the Airport Budget and to Authorize a Position for Building and Grounds Maintenance (Sharon McCamy, Sponsor; Tony Hooper, Staff)

i)        A Resolution to Request that the Fauquier County School Board Install School Zone Warning Signs with Flashing Sign Posts Along the Route 17 Medians Near Liberty High School (Harry Atherton, Sponsor; Liz Cook, Staff)

j)        A Resolution to Request the Virginia Department of Transportation Add a Portion of Woodlawn Lane to the Secondary System of State Highways (Larry Weeks, Sponsor; Laura Edmonds, Staff)

k)      A Resolution to Request the Virginia Department of Transportation Add Streets of Lake Whippoorwill Subdivision, Section 2, Phases 4 and 5, to the Secondary System of State Highways (Larry Weeks, Sponsor; Laura Edmonds, Staff)

l)        Consider Preliminary Subdivision Application #PP03-CR-03, Vint Hill, Land Bay S, Cedar Run Magisterial District (Vint Hill Farm Economic Development Authority, Applicant; Diedre Clark, Staff)

2)      A Resolution to Approve Budgetary Strategies Relating to Anticipated Fiscal Year 2003 and 2004 State Revenue Reductions (Bob Lee, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)

3)      A Resolution to Reconsider the Approval of Text Amendment to Section 9-1006 of the Fauquier County Zoning Ordinance Regarding Outdoor Recreational Lighting on Public and Private Athletic Fields (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; Rick Carr, Staff)

4)      A Resolution Authorizing the Revision of Human Resources Policy 17, Employee Performance Evaluation (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Francine Bouldin, Staff)

Appointments

  • Parks and Recreation Board (Marshall, Lee, Cedar Run, and Scott Districts)
  • Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services Board
  • Disability Services Board
  • Airport Committee
  • Economic Development Council  
  • Tourism Advisory Committee

Supervisors Time

Announcements

Public Hearings
The Barn at Lord Fairfax Community College
6480 College Street
Warrenton
, VA  20187

7:00 p.m.
 
   

a)      Special Exception #SE02-S-21, #SE02-S-22, and #SE02-S-23 - Llewellyn J. Evans, Jr., owner, and Airlie Estates, applicant - Applicant wishes to obtain special exception approval under Category 23 of the Zoning Ordinance, which would allow for crossing of a floodplain and a stormwater management facility in the floodplain. The property contains 47.56 acres, is zoned Residential-1 (R-1), and is located on Airlie Road (Route 605), Scott District. (PIN's #6995-15-0169-000 and #6995-15-2925-000) (Larry Weeks, Sponsor; Rick Carr, Staff)

b)       Special Exception #SE02-C-34 - Leland Road Investments, LLC, owner, and Stan Settle/Pulte Homes, applicant - White's Mill - Applicant wishes to obtain special exception approval under Category 23 of the Zoning Ordinance, which would allow fill in the floodplain associated with development of pedestrian trails, bridges, utilities, lots, and stormwater management facilities.  The property contains + 147 acres, is zoned Residential-4 (R-4) and Residential-1 (R-1), and is located on the south side of Route 15/29 and the north side of Academy Road (Route 678), Center District.  (PIN's #6984-85-3809-000, #6984-96-1546-000 and #6984-98-0388-000)  (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; Rick Carr, Staff)

c)      Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment Consider amending Sections 3-306.7, 4-706 and 5-506, Additional Standards for Continuing Care facilities by deleting the use in the Village zoning district, adding the use with special exception and site plan approval in the R-2, R-3, R-4, Planned Development Mixed Use, Townhouse and Garden Apartment zoning districts and amending the standards for such a use.  (Rick Carr, Staff)

d)      Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment – Consider amendment to Section 13-111 3. Required Notice for Public Hearings, to require applicants to post their properties for all public hearings and change the Code of Virginia section for public hearings from 15.1-431 to 15.2-2206. (Rick Carr, Staff)

e)      Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment – Consider amendment to Section 3-311 5. Public and Quasi-Public Uses, to allow museums in R-1, R-2, R-3 and R-4 zoning districts with special permit and site plan approval and amend Section 5-1107, Additional Standards for Museums, by adding standards relating to road standards, retail sales, screening and landscaping and requiring the use to be an existing historic structure. (Rick Carr, Staff)

f)        Bealeton, Opal, and Remington Amendment to the Comprehensive Plan – The Board of Supervisors’ appointed Citizen Planning Committee prepared an amendment to Chapters Six (Service Districts), Nine (Public Facilities & Utilities) and Ten (Transportation) of the Comprehensive Plan.  This proposal for Bealeton, Opal and Remington is now subject to Board of Supervisors Public Hearing, review and refinements. (Rick Carr, Staff) (Due to its formatting and graphics, the Citizen Planning Committee Draft Plan could not be made part of this electronic agenda package.  Copies of that document are available for public inspection in the Department of Community Development, or at the Warrenton and Bealeton Libraries.)

g)      Comprehensive Plan Amendment #CPA03-L-01 - James L. Dunn, owner / applicant - Applicant wishes to obtain a Comprehensive Plan Amendment for a remediation connection to public sewer for an existing dwelling at 10372 Marsh Road (Route 17), Lee District.  The property contains 4.648 acres and is zoned Rural Agriculture (RA).  (PIN #6980-65-1447-000) (Sharon McCamy, Sponsor; Rick Carr, Staff) 

h)      Consider a Resolution Establishing the Fauquier County Proffer Policy for Residential Elements of Rezoning Applications – Present the Proffer Policy Analysis Report and the proposed amendment for the Board of Supervisor’s Policy regarding Guidelines for Proffers. (Adopted August 7, 1990.) (Rick Carr, Staff) (Due to its formatting and graphics, Appendices 1-7 of the Proffer Policy Analysis Report could not be made part of this electronic agenda package.  These documents are available for public inspection in the Department of Community Development, or at the Warrenton and Bealeton Libraries.)

i)        Engine Compression Braking Amendment - Consider a proposed Ordinance amending Section 13.5-3 of the Code of Fauquier County to add subsection (D) prohibiting excessive noise caused by engine braking, except for responding to bona fide emergency occurrences. (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff)

j)        FY 2002/2003 Budget Amendments – Consider amending the FY 2002 adopted budget in the amount of $20,100 and the FY 2003 adopted budget in the amount of $1,581,925 for various budget related issues including, but not limited to, the Environmental Services Enterprise Fund and Emergency Radio System Debt Service. (Finance Committee, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)

k)      Fauquier County Code Amendment to Section7-2 – Consider amendment to Section 7-2 of the Code of Fauquier County to change various voting places within Fauquier County.  (Ray Graham, Sponsor; Tony Hooper, Staff)

 

Next Regular Meeting:  

 November 18, 2002 •  6:30 p.m.
The Barn at
Lord Fairfax Community College
6480 College Street

Warrenton, Virginia
 

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