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Stribling, Lee District Supervisor, Sponsor; Renee P. Culbertson, Deputy Clerk, Staff) 12:30 PM WORKING LUNCH 01:30 PM A WORK SESSION TO DISCUSS THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DELEGATION'S VISIT TO CHINA (Paul S. McCulla, County Administrator, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Deputy County Administrator, Staff) 02:00 PM A WORK SESSION TO REVIEW LEACHATE TREATMENT / REUSE AND TO PROVIDE AN UPDATE ON LANDFILL EXPANSION (D. Lee Sherbeyn, Cedar Run District Supervisor, Sponsor; Mike Dorsey, Director , Staff) 02:30 PM A WORK SESSION TO UPDATE THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ON THE ACTIVITIES OF THE BUSINESS ADVISORY COMMITTEE (Peter B. Schwartz, Marshall District Supervisor, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Deputy County Administrator, Staff) 03:00 PM A CLOSED SESSION PURSUANT TO SECTION 2.2-3711(A)(7) OF THE CODE OF VIRGINIA FOR CONSULTATION WITH LEGAL COUNSEL PERTAINING TO ACTUAL OR PROBABLE LITIGATION (Kevin J. Burke, County Attorney, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, County Attorney, Staff)
Regular Meeting Warren Green Building, 10 Hotel Street, Warrenton, VA 20186 6:30 PM
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INVOCATION - Chester W. Stribling, Lee District Supervisor PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA CITIZENS' TIME PROCLAMATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS • A Proclamation To Honor The 2012 Recipients Of The Virginia Society, Sons Of The American Revolution Culpeper Minute Men Chapter Fire Safety & Emergency Medical Services Commendation Medal (Chester W. Stribling, Lee District Supervisor, Sponsor; Thomas M. Billington, Fire Rescue Chief , Staff)
CONSENT AGENDA a. Minutes of the October 11, 2012 Regular Meeting and the October 17, 2012 Adjourned Meeting of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors (R. Holder Trumbo, Jr., Scott District Supervisor, Sponsor; Renee P. Culbertson, Deputy Clerk, Staff) A Resolution To Approve Funding For The Purchase Of Development Rights Of Qualifying Twelfth Round Applicants To The Purchase Of Development Rights (PDR) Program (Chester W. Stribling, Lee District Supervisor, Sponsor; Ray Pickering, DIrector, Staff) A Resolution to Amend the FY 2013 Adopted Budget by $82,314 (Finance Committee, Sponsor; Ari J. Sky, Director, Staff) A Resolution to Approve the Acceptance of A Conservation Easement on the Property of Harald B. Malmgren and Linda V.E. Malmgren (Peter B. Schwartz, Marshall District Supervisor, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, County Attorney, Staff)
A Resolution for Subdivision Street Acceptance of the Cattle Lands Subdivision for Cattle Lands Drive, Cedar Run Magisterial District (D. Lee Sherbeyn, Cedar Run District Supervisor, Sponsor; Stephanie Miller, Engineering Associate, Staff) A Resolution to Initiate an Update to Chapter 9 of the Fauquier County Comprehensive Plan Dealing with Public Facilities and Utilities (Christopher N. Granger, Center District Supervisor, Sponsor; Kimberley P. Fogle, Director, Staff) A Resolution Confirming the Declaration of Local Emergency Made for Fauquier County on October 27, 2012 (Paul S. McCulla, County Administrator, Sponsor; Thomas M. Billington, Fire Rescue Chief, Staff) An Ordinance to Vacate a Portion of Vance Street in Rectortown, Virginia (R. Holder Trumbo, Jr., Scott District Supervisor, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, County Attorney, Staff) A Resolution To Complete Preliminary Engineering Work To Develop A Wastewater Treatment Plant To Treat Landfill Leachate (D. Lee Sherbeyn, Cedar Run District Supervisor, Sponsor; Mike Dorsey, Director , Staff) A Resolution Authorizing The County Administrator To Accept On Behalf Of Fauquier County A 2012 Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) Awarded By The Virginia Department Of Emergency Management (Paul S. McCulla, County Administrator, Sponsor; Thomas M. Billington, Fire Rescue Chief , Staff)
A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE UPPERVILLE VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY AND FAUQUIER COUNTY TO PLACE CAREER STAFFING IN THE UPPERVILLE STATION AND TO SPLIT THE COST 50/50 WITH THE COUNTY FOR THE REMAINDER OF FY 2013 (Chester W. Stribling, Lee District Supervisor, Sponsor; Thomas M. Billington, Fire Rescue Chief, Staff) APPOINTMENTS • Citizen Committee, Board and Commission Appointments for Consideration (R. Holder Trumbo, Jr., Scott District Supervisor, Sponsor; Renee P. Culbertson, Deputy Clerk , Staff)
A RESOLUTION TO AMEND THE FY 2013 ADOPTED BUDGET BY $4,188,351 Staff provided an update on FY 2012 year-end status to the Board of Supervisors at its October 11, 2012, work session. During the presentation, staff identified a number of incomplete projects and other needs in various funds requiring FY 2013 appropriation or transfer. Projects totaling $4,788,351 were identified at the presentation. The Code of Virginia, 15.2-2507, requires a public hearing when amendments to the budget exceed 1% of the total expenditures. The FY 2013 threshold for the public hearing requirement is $3,474,379 based on the FY 2013 adopted budget, which totals $347,437,926. (Finance Committee, Sponsor; Ari J. Sky, Director, Staff) AN ORDINANCE EXEMPTING FROM TAXATION CERTAIN PERSONAL PROPERTY OWNED BY FAUQUIER COMMUNITY FOOD BANK AND THRIFT STORE, INC. - Fauquier Community Food Bank and Thrift Store, Inc., has requested that its personal property be declared exempt from taxation in order to permit it to retain additional funds to provide its services. (R. Holder Trumbo, Jr., Scott District Supervisor, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, County Attorney, Staff) A ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENT TO SECTIONS 3-307, 5-700, AND 15-300 TO ALLOW SINGLE-FAMILY DWELLING UNITS AND OTHER COMMERCIAL LAND USES AS CATEGORY 7, ADAPTIVE USES - The Fauquier County Zoning Ordinance allows the adaptive reuse of older structures in the rural and residential districts for those new uses specified in Section 5-701 of the Ordinance. These new uses, Category 7, Adaptive Uses, currently include retail shops, offices, restaurants and multi-family uses, and require special exception approval by the Board of Supervisors pursuant to those special standards set forth in Section 5-702 of the Ordinance. While these provisions encourage the preservation of older buildings, they do not allow the conversion of formerly non-residential structures (or those buildings that were formerly used for nonresidential uses) for residential uses except for higher density multi-family uses such as apartments. The purpose of this text amendment is to allow the adaptive reuse of those
eligible structures as a lower density single-family dwelling unit. In addition, the text amendment seeks to further expand the list of commercial adaptive uses to include several new land uses, such as small repair and personal service establishments. The Fauquier County Board of Supervisors initiated this text amendment at its regularly scheduled meeting held on December 8, 2011. The Fauquier County Planning Commission held public hearings on the text amendment on January 26, 2012 and February 23, 2012, at which time action was postponed. The Planning Commission held additional work sessions on the text amendment on April 26, 2012 and August 30, 2012. A final public hearing was held on September 27, 2012, at which time the Planning Commission unanimously recommended approval of the revised amendment to the Board of Supervisors. (Peter B. Schwartz, Marshall District Supervisor, Sponsor; Andrew Hushour, Assistant Zoning Administrator, Staff) 4. A ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES 3, 5, AND 15 TO CREATE A NEW BUSINESS PARK ZONING DISTRICT AND TO AMEND THE INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL ZONING DISTRICTS TO CHANGE THE USES ALLOWED IN THE DISTRICTS, TO CHANGE THE APPROVAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN USES IN THE DISTRICTS, AND TO ADD DEFINITIONS FOR CERTAIN USES - This text amendment creates a new Zoning District which would be available to rezoning applicants seeking to establish a business park containing a broad mix of commercial and light industrial uses. The amendment also proposes adding multiple new uses to both the existing I-1 and I-2 industrial districts and adjusting the type of approval required for such uses, as well as a limited number of commercial uses, whether by-right, administrative permit, special permit or special exception. Where appropriate, new standards and definitions are proposed for certain of these uses in particular circumstances. The Board of Supervisors initiated this text amendment at its December 8, 2011 meeting; and public hearings were held on June 14, 2012, July 12, 2012, and September 13, 2012. The Planning Commission unanimously recommended approval at its April 26, 2012 meeting. (R. Holder Trumbo, Jr., Scott District Supervisor, Sponsor; Kimberley A. Johnson, Zoning Administrator, Staff) A RESOLUTION TO CONSIDER SPECIAL EXCEPTION (SPEX12-MA-016) AND PLANNING WAIVER (WVRP13-MA-003) - ARRINGTON SUBDIVISION - (PIN 6983-42-8913-000 AND A PORTION OF PIN 6983-36-8598-000, MARSHALL DISTRICT) - The applicant requests a Category 31 Special Exception to allow for a waiver of the public/central water requirement, and also a waiver of the associated hydrogeologic testing requirement. The applicant filed a Preliminary Plat to subdivide approximately 439.65 acres into one hundred twenty-two (122) lots with individual wells; the Planning Commission denied this Preliminary Plat on September 27, 2012. Section 7-503 of the
Zoning Ordinance requires a freestanding central water system to be designed and constructed to serve all lots within a subdivision of seven or more lots whenever a public water system is not required. A public water system is not required because the properties are located in a non-public water growth area in the Comprehensive Plan. The central water requirement can only be removed with approval of a Category 31 Special Exception. A hydrogeological report and testing is required as part of the Special Exception application unless this study requirement is waived. An application to waive the hydrogeological testing requirement was filed on September 27, 2012. The property is located on the west side of James Madison Highway (Routes 15/17/29). The Planning Commission recommended denial of the Special Exception request with a three (3) to two (2) vote. The waiver of the hydrogeological testing requirement was not filed in time for the Planning Commission to consider that application; therefore, it is being brought forward for Board of Supervisors consideration. The Planning Commission is not required to make a recommendation on the waiver request. (Alwington Farm, LLC, Owner/Alwington Farm Developers, LLC, Applicant , Sponsor; Holly Meade, Assistant Chief of Planning, Staff) 6. A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE SPEX13-MA-002 AND SPEX13-MA-003 - ORLEAN VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY NO. 11 - CATEGORY 11 SPECIAL EXCEPTION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW FIRE STATION AND A CATEGORY 20 SPECIAL EXCEPTION FOR AN ABOVEGROUND WATER STORAGE FACILITY (PIN 6935-58-4087-000, MARSHALL DISTRICT) - The owner is seeking approval of a Category 11 Special Exception application to allow for the construction of a new fire station, and a Category 20 Special Exception to allow for an aboveground water storage facility. The property is the existing Fire Department site, located at 6838 Leeds Manor Road (Route 688), in Orlean. On October 25, 2012, the Planning Commission unanimously recommended approval of this application. (Orlean Volunteer Fire Company No. 11, Owner/Applicant , Sponsor; Adam Shellenberger, Senior Planner/Urban Designer, Staff) Adjournment