* DRAFT AGENDA

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December 15, 2003 

Work Session
4th Floor Conference Room
Circuit Court and Office Building
1:00 p.m.
     

11:00 a.m.       Tour of Bealeton Library 

1:00 p.m.         Agenda Review 

2:00 p.m.         Briefing on the Fauquier County Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2003 (G. Robert Lee, Sponsor; Janice Bourne, Staff) 

3:30 p.m.         Employee Recognitions – Warrenton Community Center

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 – Joe Winkelmann

 

Adoption of the Agenda

 

Citizens’ Time 

Proclamations and Recognitions  

  • Citizen of the Year – Cedar Run District
  • Citizen of the Year – Lee District
  • Citizen of the Year – Marshall District
  • Citizen of the Year – Center District
  • Citizen of the Year – Scott District
  • A Proclamation to Recognize Lt. Colonel Warren Jenkins for His Outstanding Service to the Citizens of Fauquier County Upon the Occasion of His Retirement from the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office

1)      Consent Agenda

a)      Approval of the Minutes for the November 17, 2003 Regular Meeting of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors

b)      Chairman’s Correspondence Review

c)      A Resolution Authorizing the Establishment of a Career Ladder for Assistant County Attorneys Within the Office of the County Attorney (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff)

d)      A Resolution Authorizing the Creation of a Full-time Erosion and Sediment Specialist Position and a Full-time Training Captain Position and the Conversion of a Full-time Senior Eligibility Worker Position to a Part-time Senior Eligibility Worker Position and a Part-time Aide Position (Personnel Committee, Sponsor; Francine Bouldin, Staff)

e)      A Resolution to Authorize the Form and Execution of Leases at the Warrenton-Fauquier Airport for T-Hangars and Tie-Downs and to Approve an Increase in Fees (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)

f)       A Resolution to Authorize a Contract Extension with General Excavation, Inc. for Work at the Warrenton-Fauquier Airport (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)

g)      A Resolution Expressing Intent of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors to Cooperate with Culpeper County in the Installation and Operation of Their Respective E-911 Emergency Communications Systems (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; Anthony I. Hooper, Staff)

h)      A Resolution to Endorse the Establishment of Fauquier Welcome Centers at the Raymond Farm Property, Monroe Park in Goldvein and the Old Salem Meeting House in Marshall (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; Mary Prince, Staff)

i)        A Resolution to Amend the Board of Supervisors’ Legislative Proposals for the 2004 General Assembly (Raymond E. Graham, Sponsor; J. Randall Wheeler, Staff)

j)        A Resolution to Support and Implement the Findings and Recommendations of the Virginia Department of Transportation Safety Improvement Plan for Crossovers Along U.S. Routes 17, 15, 29, & 211 in Fauquier County, Virginia (Sharon Grove McCamy, Sponsor; Garrett Moore (VDOT)/Elizabeth Cook, Staff)

k)     A Resolution to Authorize Community Development to Pursue a Cost Estimate to Repair Wade Court in the Scott Magisterial District for Acceptance into the Secondary System of State Highways (Larry L. Weeks, Sponsor; Laura Edmonds, Staff)

l)        A Resolution Releasing Any Interest the Board of Supervisors May Have in a Portion of Willow Drive, Located in the Bealeton Station Apartment Complex (Sharon Grove McCamy, Sponsor; Paul McCulla, Staff)

m)  A Resolution to Reconsider the Previous Adoption of a Resolution to Amend the Board of Supervisors' Policy Relating to the Allocation of Revenue from the Construction and Demolition Debris Landfill (Joe Winkelmann, Sponsor; J. Randall Wheeler, Staff)

2)      A Resolution Extending the Review Period for Dominion Transmission Inc.’s Proposed Compressor Facility (Dominion Transmission, Inc., Applicant; Kimberly Johnson, Staff)

1)      3)  A Resolution to Adopt the 2004-2005 Through 2009-2010 Secondary Road Six Year Plan and the 2004-2005 Fiscal Year Budget (tabled from November 17, 2003) (Sharon Grove McCamy, Sponsor; Garrett Moore (VDOT)/Elizabeth Cook, Staff)

Appointments  

Supervisors’ Time

Announcements

Public Hearings
Warrenton Community Center
430 East Shirley Avenue
Warrenton, VA 20186

7:00 p.m.
   

  1. Special Exception #SPEX-04-MA-002 and #SPEX-04-MA-006, Mildred S. Fletcher, Owner, and Keith Fletcher, Applicant – Applicant is seeking a Category 20 Special Exception to allow the construction of an above-ground sewage pump station, and a Category 23 Special Exception to allow floodplain disturbance associated with construction of a roadway.  The property is located in the Village of Fletcherville, on the west side of James Madison Highway (Route 17), Marshall District, further identified as PIN #6975-87-1188-000 and 6975-77-3410-000.  (Mildred S. Fletcher, Owner, and Keith Fletcher, Applicant; Elizabeth Cook, Staff)

2.  Special Exception #SPEX04-CR-009 – Vint Hill Economic Development Authority, Owner/Applicant – Applicant wishes to obtain Special Exception approval under Category 20, which would allow for an above ground water storage tank to replace an existing facility at Vint Hill.  The property is located on the east side of Vint Hill Parkway, Cedar Run District, further identified as PIN #7915-76-8772-000. (Vint Hill Economic Development Authority, Owner/Applicant; Charles A. Floyd, Staff)

  1. Comprehensive Planning Amendment #CPA03-L-07 and Rezoning Request #RZ03-L-10 – D.C. Diamond Corporation, Owner/Applicant – Pelham Village – Applicant wishes to receive a Comprehensive Plan Amendment to allow for the entire subject property (105.39 acres) to be in the Bealeton Service District designated as Low Density Residential with public sewer and water rather than a portion of the site designated Residential (No Sewer/Water).  The applicant also wishes to rezone approximately 105.39 acres from Rural Agriculture (RA) to Planned Residential District (PRD) for the purpose of developing 199 residential lots and approximately 2.1 acres of commercial property.  The property is located on the northwest side of Catlett Road (Route 28) north of its intersection with Route 15/29, Lee District, further identified as PIN # 6888-39-2530-000 and PIN #6889-31-7311-000. (D.C. Diamond Corporation, Owner/Applicant; Richard Calderon, Staff)

     
  2. Special Exception #SPEX04-LE-001 – D.C. Diamond Corporation, Owner/Applicant – Pelham Village – Applicant wishes to obtain Special Exception approval under Category 23, which would allow floodplain disturbance associated with construction of a regional pond and road crossings.  The property is located on the northwest side of Catlett Road (Route 28), north of its intersection with Route 29/15, Lee District, further identified as PIN #6889-31-7311-000 and PIN #6888-39-2530-000. (D.C. Diamond Corporation, Owner/Applicant; Richard Calderon, Staff)

5.      Rezoning Request #REZN04-LE-002 – Richard M. Barb, LLC, Owner /Applicant – Ellerslie Farm - Applicant wishes to amend a previously approved Rezoning Concept Development Plan and Proffer Statement.  The property is located on the south side of James Madison Highway (Route 15/29), Lee District, further identified as Part of PIN # 6888-13-8870-000 and Part of PIN #6888-15-4359-000. (Richard M. Barb, Owner/Applicant; Elizabeth Cook, Staff)

6.      A Resolution to Amend the FY 2004 Adopted Budget in the Amount of $6,138,249.38 - 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 $6,073,758.38 in appropriations and $64,491 in transfers for FY 2004, totaling $6,138,249.38 have been identified for consideration, including, but not limited to:  Teaching American History Grant – School Division; Alternative Education Technology – School Division; Algebra Readiness Initiative – School Division; Technology Hardware/Software – Information Technology; School ½ Carryover Fund Balance for Operational Needs (Textbooks, Buses, School Supplies, Maintenance Issues, Equipment) - School Division; State Funds for Operational Needs (Food Services Equipment, Instructional Equipment and Programs, Referendum Preparation) - School Division; School Division’s Construction Reserve (CIP); Fire & Emergency Services Levy/Fund - Training Captain Position & Equipment; Monroe Park, Phase III – Board of Supervisors.  (Finance Committee, Sponsor; Bryan Tippie, Staff)

         

Organizational Meeting:

January 5, 2003
Circuit Court and Office Building
4th Floor Conference Room
40 Culpeper Street · Warrenton, VA  20186
1:00 p.m.

Next Regular Meeting:

January 20, 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.