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Prince William Board of County Supervisors Agenda - May 21, 2013

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA
BOARD OF COUNTY SUPERVISORS
Board Chamber, One County Complex Court
Prince William, Virginia 22192 

HON. COREY A. STEWART, CHAIRMAN HON. W.S. WALLY COVINGTON III, VICE CHAIRMAN HON. MAUREEN S. CADDIGAN HON. PETE CANDLAND HON. JOHN D. JENKINS HON. MICHAEL C. MAY HON. MARTIN E. NOHE HON. FRANK J. PRINCIPI

May 21, 2013
1. Pledge of Allegiance 2:00 P.M.
 
2. Invocation
Reverend Mark Olson, Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church, Haymarket
 
3. Citizens' Time 
4. PresentationsA. - Presentation – Prince William Coalition for Human Services Needs Assessment – Francis Harris – Prince William Coalition for Human Services
5. County Executive
A. – Presentation – Economic Development Quarterly Report – Jeff Kaczmarek – Economic Development
6. County Attorney
A. RES – Authorize - Public Hearing to Consider Proposed
Amendments to Chapters 2 (Administration), 4(Animals and Fowl), 5(Building and Building Regulations), 13 (motor Vehicles and Traffic), 16 (Miscellaneous Offenses), 20 (Police), 22(Refuse), and 27 (Taxicabs); Initiate Zoning Text Amendments – Bobbi Jo Alexis – County Attorney’s Office
B. RES - Authorize - Closed Meeting
7. Communications and Economic Development
A. – Presentation – County Branding Strategy – Jason
Grant – Communications and Jeff Kaczmarek – Economic Development
 8. Finance Office A. RES – Authorize – Public Hearing to Consider Adoption of an Ordinance Establishing a Tourism Zone, a Tourism Plan, and a Tourism Project; and to Approve a Performance Agreement Relating to the Financing of Certain Facilities in the Cherry Hill Community Development Authority (Also known as Harbor Station and to be known as Potomac Shores)- Steve Solomon – Finance Office
9. Planning
 
A. RES – Transfer, Budget and Appropriate $5,527,008 in Proffer Funds to the School Board for School Purposes – Lisa Fink-Butler – Planning Office
10. Department of Transportation
 
A. RES - Transfer $71,495 within the Street Lighting Program; Budget, Transfer $52,125 from Engineering Consultant Services in the Transportation and Roadway Improvement Program Operating Budget; and Transfer $47,563 from the Fiscal Year 2013 Administrative Contingency Reserve to the Street Lighting Program Budget for Payment of Electric Utilities – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation
B. RES – Award - $5,784,462 Design-Build Contract to Branch Highways Incorporated for the Heritage Center Parkway and Route 1 Improvements Project – Potomac Magisterial District - Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation
C. RES – Establish – Prince William County Project List for the Virginia Department of Transportation
FY14-FY19 Six-Year Program Allocation and the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority FY 2014 Program – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation
 
D. RES – Authorize – Grant Application Under the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery Discretionary Grant Program for the
Route 1 Featherstone Drive to Marys Way Project – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation
 
E. RES – Endorse – Virginia Department of Transportation
I-66/Route 15 Interchange Project – Gainesville Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation
11. Intergovernmental Report
12. Supervisors’ Time
 
A. RES - Initiate – Zoning Text Amendment to Regulate Event
Centers – Nick Evers – Planning Office
 
B. RES – Appoint – Bob Greenburg of 13111 Bigleaf Maple
Court, Gainesville as a Regular At-Large
Representative to the Prince William County Trails
and Blueways Council – Supervisor Covington
 
C. RES – Appoint – Harrison A. Glasgow of 8318 Highland
Street, Manassas as a Regular Coles Magisterial
District Representative to the Solid Waste
Citizens Advisory Group – Supervisor Nohe
 
D. RES – Appoint – Joan Moon of 13660 Brendon Drive,
Manassas as a Regular Coles Magisterial District
Representative to the Solid Waste Citizens
Advisory Group – Supervisor Nohe
 
  E. RES – Appoint – Lou Balboni of 8229 Penny Lane, Manassas
as a Regular Coles Magisterial District
Representative to the Solid Waste Citizens
Advisory Group – Supervisor Nohe
 
F. RES – Appoint – Isabel Morrow of 13739 Santa Rosa Court,
Manassas as a Regular Coles Magisterial District
Representative to the Solid Waste Citizens
Advisory Group – Supervisor Nohe
 
G. RES – Appoint – Mary Lou Malo of 13884 Napa Drive,
Manassas as a Regular Coles Magisterial District
Representative to the – Solid Waste Citizens
Advisory Group – Supervisor Nohe
 
H. RES – Appoint – Anne Bryant of 14530 Idlebrook Court,
Manassas as a Regular Coles Magisterial District
Representative to the Solid Waste Citizens
Advisory Group – Supervisor Nohe
 
I. RES – Appoint – Steve Markman of 13665 Independence
Drive, Manassas as a Regular Coles Magisterial
District Representative to the Solid Waste
Citizens Advisory Group – Supervisor Nohe
 
J. RES – Appoint – Nancy West of 3867 Cameron Street,
Dumfries as the Regular At-Large Representative to
the Commission on Aging – Supervisor Caddigan
13. Closed Meeting
 
A. RES – Certify Closed Meeting
14. Adjourn
 
A. RES – Adjourn Meeting
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