RESOLUTION

A RESOLUTION TO AMEND THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORSí POLICY RELATING TO THE ALLOCATION OF REVENUE FROM THE CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION DEBRIS LANDFILL

            WHEREAS, the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors has authorized the operation of a construction and demolition debris landfill; and

            WHEREAS, on August 20, 2001, the Board of Supervisors established, by resolution, a policy whereby Fauquier County would reimburse the incorporated Towns within Fauquier County for landfill charges for wastes generated within their respective jurisdictions provided that net revenue from the Construction and Demolition Debris landfill shall meet the budget projections for the previous three month period; and

            WHEREAS, certain events have occurred which will significantly impact the five-year financial plan, including the unanticipated expenses relating to the construction, operation and monitoring of the final eight acre construction and demolition cell at the old landfill, as required by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, increased closure and post-closure expenditure requirements, increased cash reserve requirements and the impact of pending State legislation relating to a State-wide solid waste surcharge; and

            WHEREAS, the Board has determined that certain changes to its policy relating to the allocation of revenue from the Construction and Demolition Debris landfill are necessary and appropriate to ensure the continuing fiscal integrity of the Solid Waste Enterprise fund; now, therefore, be it

            RESOLVED by the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors this 17th day of November 2003, That the County policy relating to the allocation of revenue from the Construction and Demolition Debris landfill be, and is hereby, amended to clarify that this policy shall apply to all incorporated Towns within Fauquier County with a population of less than 3,000 as per the 2000 United States Census; and, be it

            RESOLVED FURTHER, That this amendment shall be, and is hereby, effective December 1, 2003 .