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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
COUNTY OF FAUQUIER
WARRENTON, VIRGINIA
AGENDA
January 10, 2019

Work Session
Warren Green Building, 10 Hotel Street, Warrenton, VA 20186

Times set forth are approximate and may be adjusted as necessary.

09:00 AM FAUQUIER COUNTY EMPLOYEE SERVICE AWARDS CEREMONY (WARRENTON
COMMUNITY CENTER) (Paul S. McCulla, County Administrator, Sponsor; Janelle Downes,
Director, Staff)
11:00 AM AGENDA REVIEW (Paul S. McCulla, County Administrator, Sponsor; Renee P. Culbertson,
MMC, Staff)
12:30 PM WORKING LUNCH (Paul S. McCulla, County Administrator, Sponsor; Renee P. Culbertson,
MMC, Staff)
01:30 PM GFOA DISTINGUISHED BUDGET PRESENTATION AWARD (Paul S. McCulla, County
Administrator, Sponsor; Paul S. McCulla, County Administrator, Staff)
01:45 PM A WORK SESSION TO PROVIDE AN UPDATE ON THE FAUQUIER COUNTY EMPLOYEE
WELLNESS CENTER (Paul S. McCulla, County Administrator, Sponsor; Janelle Downes,
Director, Staff)
02:00 PM A WORK SESSION TO REVIEW AND DISCUSS A ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT
AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE 11 RELATED TO WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS
FACILITIES (Richard Gerhardt, Cedar Run District Supervisor, Sponsor; Andrew Hopewell,
Assistant Chief of Planning, Staff)
02:30 PM A WORK SESSION TO REVIEW THE PROPOSED ZONING ORDINANCE, SUBDIVISION
ORDINANCE, DESIGN STANDARDS MANUAL, AND COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TEXT
AMENDMENTS RELATED TO PRIVATE STREETS (Christopher T. Butler, Lee District
Supervisor, Sponsor; Marie Pham, Transportation Planner, Staff)
03:00 PM A WORK SESSION TO DISCUSS THE UPCOMING BUDGET CYCLE (Christopher T. Butler,
Lee District Supervisor, Sponsor; Erin M. Kozanecki, Director, Staff)
03:30 PM A WORK SESSION TO DISCUSS A PROPOSAL FOR SUPPORT OF THE ELK RUN
CHURCH MUSEUM (Richard Gerhardt, Cedar Run District Supervisor, Sponsor; Larry Miller,
Director, Staff)

Regular Meeting
Warren Green Building, 10 Hotel Street, Warrenton, VA 20186
6:30 PM

Possible additions to the agenda and related materials are not set forth herein.

1. INVOCATION
2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
3. ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA
4. CITIZENS' TIME
5. PROCLAMATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS
• A Proclamation Recognizing John Edgar Piette, Jr., for Actions Taken Saving the Life of Another
(R. Holder Trumbo, Jr., Scott District Supervisor, Sponsor; Lt Col Jeremy A. Falls, Staff)
• A Proclamation Commemorating the Week of January 20-26, 2019, as School Choice Week in
Fauquier County (Christopher T. Butler, Lee District Supervisor, Sponsor; Renee P. Culbertson,
MMC, Staff)
• A Proclamation to Acknowledge Charles McDonald for Donation of Property for Access to the
Rappahannock River (Mary Leigh McDaniel, Marshall District Supervisor, Sponsor; Larry Miller,
Director, Staff)
• A Proclamation Honoring the 25th Anniversary of the Joint Emergency Communications Center
(Christopher T. Butler, Lee District Supervisor, Sponsor; Catherine M. Heritage, Deputy County
Administrator, Staff)
• 2018 Citizen of the Year Award (continued from December 13, 2018) (Christopher T. Butler, Lee
District Supervisor, Sponsor; Renee P. Culbertson, MMC, Staff)
6. CONSENT AGENDA
a. Minutes Of The Fauquier County Board Of Supervisors (Paul S. McCulla, County
Administrator, Sponsor; Renee P. Culbertson, MMC, Staff)
b. A Resolution To Authorize The Execution Of A Contract To Provide Audit Services (Paul
S. McCulla, County Administrator, Sponsor; Jon Munch, Director of Finance, Staff)
c. A Resolution To Declare Fauquier County's Intent To Advance County Funds To Pay
Expenditures Related To The Central Sports Complex Project And To Subsequently
Receive Reimbursement From Proceeds Of A Borrowing (Paul S. McCulla, County
Administrator, Sponsor; Jon Munch, Director of Finance, Staff)
d. A Resolution To Initiate A Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment To Article 4 Part 6 Related
To Veterinary Clinics And Accessory Kennels In The Planned Commercial Industrial
Development (PCID) District (R. Holder Trumbo, Jr., Scott District Supervisor, Sponsor; Amy
Rogers, Principal Planner, Staff)
e. A Resolution To Consider The Addition Of Crawleys Dam Road Into The State's
Secondary System Of Highways (Christopher T. Butler, Lee District Supervisor, Sponsor;
Marie Pham, Transportation Planner, Staff)
f. A Resolution To Consider The Addition Of Old Devlis Turnpike Into The State's
Secondary System Of Highways (Richard Gerhardt, Cedar Run District Supervisor, Sponsor;
Marie Pham, Transportation Planner, Staff)
g. A Resolution To Consent To A Boundary Line Adjustment On The Property Of Hill Crest
Associates (Mary Leigh McDaniel, Marshall District Supervisor, Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke,
County Attorney, Staff)
7. ADDITION: A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO TAKE ALL
ACTIONS NECESSARY TO ABATE A HEALTH HAZARD ON 11465 MORGANSBURG ROAD
(Christopher T. Butler, Lee District Supervisor, Sponsor; Tracy A. Gallehr, Deputy County Attorney,
Staff)
8. APPOINTMENTS
• Committee Appointments for Consideration (Christopher T. Butler, Lee District Supervisor,
Sponsor; Renee P. Culbertson, MMC, Staff)
9. SUPERVISORS' TIME
10. ANNOUNCEMENTS

Public Hearings

1. AN ORDINANCE TO ADOPT THE "FAUQUIER COUNTY DROUGHT ORDINANCE" WITHIN
THE FAUQUIER COUNTY CODE TO REGULATE THE USE OF WATER DURING
DROUGHTS AND OTHER WATER EMERGENCIES - Code of Virginia § 62.1-44.38:1 and
Virginia Department of Environmental Quality regulations (9VAC25-780) require that the County
has a water supply plan that is approved by the State Water Control Board. This water
supply plan is required to include a drought response and contingency plan and local ordinance
to enforce water use restrictions during drought or other water emergencies. On December 13,
2018, the Board of Supervisors amended the County's "Comprehensive Drought Management
and Emergency Preparedness Plan" to facilitate the drafting and adoption of this ordinance.
(Christopher T. Butler, Lee District Supervisor, Sponsor; Tracy A. Gallehr, Deputy County
Attorney, Staff)
2. AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ABANDONMENT OF AN UNIMPROVED PORTION OF
BROOKMOOR DRIVE - A public hearing to obtain citizen input on the abandonment of a
portion of Brookmoor Drive, a paper subdivision street in the Springdale Subdivision (formerly
Cedar Run District now in Scott District) that was never improved or used as a road, between
Albrecht Lane (Route 1303) and Greenbrier Road (Route 1329). The paper street divides the
following property owners: Ricky and Nina Antonwics (PIN 7904-89-6062-000) and Helen J.
Cleveland (PIN 7904-98-1781-000) (Tracy A. Gallehr, Deputy County Attorney and Marie Pham,
Transportation Planner, Staff; R. Holder Trumbo, Jr., Scott District Supervisor). (R. Holder
Trumbo, Jr., Scott District Supervisor, Sponsor; Tracy A. Gallehr, Deputy County Attorney, Staff)
3. AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ABANDONMENT OF AN UNIMPROVED ALLEYWAY
IN MARSHALL - Section 15.2-2272 of the Code of Virginia authorizes the Board of Supervisors
to abandon, by ordinance, a street or alley dedicated as part of a subdivision plat. A property
owner adjacent to an alley in Marshall is attempting to convey the property. The garage and a
portion of a shed associated with her property are located within the alley. The alley is not
required by the County for transportation purposes. The attached ordinance abandons the
alley. (Continued from 12/13/2018) (Mary Leigh McDaniel, Marshall District Supervisor,
Sponsor; Kevin J. Burke, County Attorney, Staff)
4. A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE CONVEYANCE OF AN INTEREST IN REAL PROPERTY
AT BIRMINGHAM GREEN - The Birmingham Green regional nursing home has requested that
the County consent to the grant of an easement over its property in Manassas. The attached
resolution authorizes the conveyance. (Kevin J. Burke, County Attorney, Sponsor; Kevin J.
Burke, County Attorney, Staff)
5. A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE SPECIAL EXCEPTION SPEX-18-010095 - MARSH RUN
MANUFACTURED HOME COMMUNITY - AN APPLICATION FOR A CATEGORY 20 AND 23
SPECIAL EXCEPTION TO ALLOW A WELL PROVIDING POTABLE WATER TO BE
LOCATED WITHIN THE 100-YEAR FLOODPLAIN AND WATER STORAGE FACILITIES
LOCATED OUTSIDE OF THE FLOODPLAIN (PIN 6898-58-7403-000, LEE DISTRICT) - If
approved, these Special Exceptions will allow for the development of a permanent drinking
water well located in the 100-year floodplain and water storage tank located outside of the
floodplain. Due to a decrease in production of the existing wells, an additional well is necessary
to meet the demands of the Marsh Run Manufactured Home Community and be compliant with
Virginia Department of Health (VDH) regulations. The property is located at 11734 Coffman
Circle, Bealeton. On December 20, 2018, the Planning Commission voted unanimously to
recommend approval of the application. (M R Associates, LP d/b/a Marsh Run Manufactured
Home Community, Owner/Applicant, Sponsor; Adam Shellenberger, Chief of Planning, Staff)
6. AMENDED: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE SPECIAL EXCEPTION SPEX-18-010208 -
WELLNESS RETREAT AT TWIN OAKS - AN APPLICATION FOR A CATEGORY 9 SPECIAL
EXCEPTION TO ESTABLISH A RESIDENTIAL WELLNESS RESORT (PIN 6975-99-1300-
000, CENTER DISTRICT) - A residential wellness retreat is proposed which will provide a
spiritual, holistic approach to wellness as a means of recovery from substance abuse. The
facility is proposed to house up to 24 guests within an existing single-family dwelling and
accompanying guest house, and will be supported by up to 12 full-time staff and eight part-time
staff. The property is located at 6791 James Madison Highway. At its December 20, 2018
meeting, the Planning Commission voted unanimously to recommend approval of the
application. (Mark S. and Angela S. Smith, Owners/Fauquier Health Foundation d/b/a PATH
Foundation, Applicant, Sponsor; Josh Frederick, Senior Planner, Staff)
7. A ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE 6 TO ADD ADDITIONAL
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS ASSOCIATED WITH FUNDRAISING EVENTS BY LOCAL
NON-PROFITS AND GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES IN THE AGRICULTURAL (RA) AND
CONSERVATION (RC) ZONING DISTRICTS - The proposed text amendment would add
additional performance standards prohibiting certain activities at fundraising events by local
non-profit and governmental entities considered to be spectator or non-spectator events
requiring a Special Exception in Agricultural and Conservation districts. The proposed text
amendment would also decrease the number of events allowed with an Administrative Permit in
a calendar year. The Board of Supervisors initiated this text amendment on November 8,
2018. The Planning Commission held a public hearing to consider this text amendment on
December 20, 2018, and unanimously recommended approval. (Richard Gerhardt, Cedar Run
District Supervisor, Sponsor; Amy Rogers, Principal Planner, Staff)
8. A ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 12 AND 15
RELATED TO PRIVATE STREETS - The purpose of this text amendment is to set a minimum
design standard for private streets, limit the number of lots accessing a private street, bond
private streets not created to serve a family subdivision or administrative subdivision, and
develop more defined standards for applicants requesting to waive the public street
requirement. On July 17, 2017, the Planning Commission initiated a text amendment to Articles
3, 4, 5, 7, 10, and 12 of the Zoning Ordinance related to private streets. On September 20,
2018, the Planning Commission initiated a text amendment to Article 15 of the Zoning
Ordinance related to private streets. On November 15, 2018, the Planning
Commission unanimously recommended approval of the proposed text amendment. (Planning
Commission, Sponsor; Marie Pham, Transportation Planner, Staff)
9. A SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENT TO SECTIONS 2 THROUGH 8, 10, AND
17 RELATED TO PRIVATE STREETS - The purpose of this text amendment is to revise the
private street information to be consistent with the Zoning Ordinance revisions including
bonding private streets not created to serve a family subdivision or administrative subdivision.
On July 17, 2017, the Planning Commission initiated a text amendment to Sections 2-8 and 10
of the Subdivision Ordinance related to private streets. On September 20, 2018, the Planning
Commission initiated a text amendment to Section 17 of the Subdivision Ordinance related to
private streets.On November 15, 2018, the Planning Commission unanimously recommended
approval of the proposed text amendment. (Planning Commission, Sponsor; Marie Pham,
Transportation Planner, Staff)
10. A DESIGN STANDARDS MANUAL TEXT AMENDMENT TO CHAPTER 3 AND CHAPTER 3
APPENDIX RELATED TO PRIVATE STREETS - The purpose of this text amendment is to
revise the private street information to be consistent with the Zoning Ordinance revisions and
update the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Trip Generation Table to the 10th edition.
On May 17, 2018, the Planning Commission initiated a text amendment to Chapter 3 and
Chapter 3 Appendix related to private streets. On November 15, 2018, the Planning
Commission unanimously recommended approval of the proposed text amendment. (Planning
Commission, Sponsor; Marie Pham, Transportation Planner, Staff)
11. A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT TO CHAPTER 10 TO UPDATE THE PRIVATE
STREET POLICY AND FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION - The purpose of this amendment is
to update the road functional classification and to revise the Private Street Policy to allow a
gravel road surface for private streets. On July 19, 2018, the Planning Commission initiated an
update to the Transportation Chapter of the Comprehensive Plan, Chapter 10. On November
15, 2018, the Planning Commission unanimously recommended approval of the proposed text
amendment. (Planning Commission, Sponsor; Marie Pham, Transportation Planner, Staff)
12. A ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES 3, 5, 7 AND 15 RELATED TO
SEWER AND WATER PROVISIONS - This text amendment proposes to revise Zoning
Ordinance provisions for sewer and water, to include both public and private facilities. Staff has
sought to clarify the requirements that pertain to sewer and water, provide a uniform naming
convention for types of facilities, and to amend Ordinance sections that conflict with each other.
The proposed Ordinance includes a process for administrative approval for limited waivers of
the requirement to connect to public sewer or water in certain circumstances, as well as the
ability to establish central sanitary sewer facilities to serve multiple lots in certain areas with the
approval of a Special Exception where these types of systems are not currently allowed. The
Planning Commission recommended approval of this text amendment on September 20, 2018.
(Christopher T. Butler, Lee District Supervisor, Sponsor; Heather Jenkins PLA, Assistant Chief,
Zoning/Development Services , Staff)
13. A SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENT TO SECTIONS 2 AND 4 RELATED TO
SEWER AND WATER PROVISIONS - This text amendment proposes to revise Subdivision
Ordinance provisions for sewer and water, to include both public and private facilities. Staff has
sought to clarify the requirements that pertain to sewer and water, provide a uniform naming
convention for types of facilities, and to amend Ordinance sections that conflict with each other.
The Planning Commission recommended approval of this text amendment on September 20,
2018. (Christopher T. Butler, Lee District Supervisor, Sponsor; Heather Jenkins PLA, Assistant
Chief of Zoning/Development Services, Staff)
Adjournment

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