Board of Supervisors Meeting Date:
Harry Atherton, Marshall
Elizabeth A. Cook Community Development
A RESOLUTION LIMITING PRIVATE STREETS FROM INCLUSION IN THE SECONDARY ROAD SYSYEM SIX-YEAR PLAN - RURAL ROAD ADDITION PROGRAM THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 2005
its review of the proposed Secondary Road Six-Year Plan Budget for the
last two years, the Transportation Committee has identified an essential
funding concern. The Committee
adopted a resolution recommending that the Board of Supervisors consider a
funding limitation on the Rural Addition Program portion of the Secondary
Road Six-Year Plan. The
Committee's objective was to direct all of the limited funds available
under the Six-Year Plan to only existing public roads, rather than to fund
private street improvements, which would benefit a limited number of
private users. This proposed
limitation would not impact private streets that currently meet Virginia
Department of Transportation (VDOT) standards.
This proposed limitation would be through fiscal year 2004-2005.
Requested Action of the Board of Supervisors:
Consider the attached resolution.
Financial Impact Analysis:
impact analysis was made; however, with the proposed resolution the
Six-Year Plan funds would be directed to existing public streets.
any other Departments, Organizations or Individuals affected by this
VDOT and the citizens of
Transportation Committee Recommendation: