Friday, May 31, 2013

Prince William Board of County Supervisors Agenda: June 4, 2013

1. Pledge of Allegiance 2:00 P.M.

2. Invocation
 Pastor Samuel Chamberlain, Apostolic Faith Church, Gainesville

3. Approval of Minutes 
   
    A. RES - Approve Minutes of May 7, 2013

4. Consent Agenda 

    A. RES – Proclaim – May 29, 2013 – School Crossing Guard Appreciation Day – Steve Hudson – Police Department
    
     B. RES – Proclaim – June 3-7, 2013 – Business Appreciation  Week – George Harben – Economic Development

    C. RES – Proclaim – June 17-23, 2013 – Amateur Radio Week –  Supervisor Jenkins

    D. RES – Commend/Retirement – Richard W. ”Dick” Murphy – Library System Director

    E. RES – Accept – Donated Evidence Storage Container from William A. Hazel Company - Department of Fire and Rescue

    F. RES – Authorize – Public Hearing to Declare 3711 Graham Park Road, Triangle, Virginia, a Nuisance – Potomac Magisterial District – Thomas Bruun – Public Works

   G. RES – Award – Contract in the Amount of 1,987,594 for Architectural and Engineering Services to Moseley Architects P.C. for the Design of the Central District Police Station – Occoquan Magisterial District – Tom Bruun – Public Works

   H. RES – Award - $99,016 Construction Contract to The Matthews Group, Inc. for a Fire Suppression System at the Fleet Maintenance Building – Coles Magisterial District – Tom Bruun – Public Works

   I. RES – Award – Fixed Price Design-Build Contract to R.E. Daffin for Construction of the Household Hazardous and Electronics Waste Facility in the Amount of $2,082,000 – Coles Magisterial District – Tom Bruun – Public Works


   J. RES – Award - $194,574 Construction Contract to Breeding
Construction, Inc. for Replacement of the Potomac Library Roof – Woodbridge Magisterial District – Tom Bruun – Public Works

   K. RES – Authorize – Utilization of a Construction Contract in Excess of $100,000 for Replacement of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Equipment at the Judicial Center in Accordance with the Prince William County Purchasing Regulations Section 600.07A – Brentsville Magisterial District – Tom Bruun – Public Works

   L. RES - Authorize - Chief of Police to Execute the Memorandum of Understanding Between Prince William County Police Department and Prince William County Public Schools – Steve Hudson – Police Department

  M. RES - Approve - Lease Agreement Between the Prince William Board of County Supervisors and the Prince William County Service Authority for Neabsco Eagles Park – Neabsco Magisterial District – Debbie Andrew – Department of Parks and Recreation

  N. RES – Approve – Proposed Lease for Community Services Mental Health Residential Services Home at 17337 Rocky Mount Lane, Dumfries – Tom Geib – Community Services
 
  O. RES – Approve – Award of Contract for Medical Services to Capital Medical Specialists, LLC (Swarna Reddy, MD) to Provide Psychiatric Services to Community Services – Tom Geib – Community Services 

  P. RES – Approve – Temporary Access Easement to Mitigation Services, Inc. over Prince William County Property Identified as GPIN 7399-11-5667, in Order to Provide Construction Access for the Restoration of Catharpin Creek, Located within James Long Park – Gainesville Magisterial District – Debbie Andrew – Department of Parks and Recreation

  Q. RES – Award - $374,951 Construction Contract to Arthur Construction Company, Inc. for the Construction of the Glenkirk Road Sidewalk Project – Brentsville Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation 

  R. RES – Authorize – Public Hearing to Consider Adoption of an Ordinance to Prohibit Parking on Portici Place – State Route 2750, Pursuant to the Authority Granted by Section 46.2-1222 of the Code of Virginia – Gainesville Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation

  S. RES – Approve – Lease of Certain Tower Space and Certain Parcel of Land for Antennas, Equipment Shelter and Other Related equipment for the Public Safety Land Mobile Radio System Located at 6848 Johnson Drive, Warrenton, Virginia – Kevin McGee – Department of Fire and Rescue

5.  Citizens' Time 

6. County Executive

  A. RES – Approve – Prince William Historic Preservation Foundation Annual Work Plan for 2013-14 – Brendon Hanafin – Public Works

  B.     – Presentation – Year-End Financial Process – Chris Martino – Office of Executive Management

7. County Attorney 

  A. RES – Approve - Amended Bylaws for the Prince William County/Manassas Convention and Visitors Bureau, Incorporated – Angela Horan – County Attorney

  B. RES – Appoint – Prince William County/Manassas Convention and Visitors Bureau Board of Directors – Angela Horan – County Attorney 

  C. RES - Authorize - Closed Meeting

8. Public Hearings 2:00 P.M. 

  A. RES – Joint Public Hearing with Virginia Department of Transportation - FY 2014-2019 Six-Year Secondary Road Plan Priority List and FY 2014 Annual Allocation – To consider adopting the Virginia Department of Transportation’s FY 2014-2019 Six- Year Secondary Road Plan Priority List and FY 2014 Annual Allocation.  Although the Plan only includes Gravel Road Funds for FY14, Secondary Road Funds are anticipated in FY17-19 of the Plan. The Board of County Supervisors must take action on this Plan in order to accept the Gravel Road Funds and plan for all additional future funding.  The Draft Secondary Road Plan Priority List and Annual Allocation may be viewed at the Department of Transportation, located at 5 County Complex Court, Suite 290, Prince William, Virginia – Thomas Blaser - Department of Transportation

  B. ORD - Annual Update to Prince William County Code – Consider 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

  C. ORD - Prohibit Parking on Old Dominion Drive – Bennett Elementary School - To adopt an ordinance to prohibit parking on Old Dominion Drive - State Route 720 in front of Bennett Elementary School, pursuant to the authority granted by Section 46.2- 1222 of the Code of Virginia - Coles Magisterial District – Department of Transportation

  D. RES – Boundary Line Adjustment Agreement with Town of Occoquan - To consider approving a boundary line adjustment agreement with the Town of Occoquan. Pursuant to the proposed boundary line adjustment agreement, approximately 5.5446 acres of property within Prince William County, along the Occoquan River and abutting the western boundary of the Town of Occoquan, will be relocated within the Town of Occoquan. The proposed boundary change is depicted on a plat entitled “PLAT SHOWING A BOUNDARY LINE ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOWN OF OCCOQUAN
CORPORATE LINE ON THE LAND OF FAIRFAX COUNTY WATER AUTHORITY” as prepared by Stephen M. Seay, Rinker Design Associates, P.C., Manassas, Virginia and dated October 17, 2012 – Noah Klein - County Attorney’s Office Public Hearings Budget Amendments – All Departments

  E. RES – Ratify – Department of Homeland Security 2012 Urban Areas Security Initiatives Grant Program Application and Accept, Budget and Appropriate up to $27,100 for Swift Water Rescue Operational Sustainment Initiatives – Kevin McGee – Department of Fire and Rescue 

  F. RES – Accept, Budget and Appropriate in the FY13 Sheriff’s Office Budget a One-Time Net Revenue and Expenditure Increase of $148,734 – Heath Stearns – Office of the Sheriff

  G. RES – Budget and Appropriate $285,502 from Judicial Center Maintenance and Enhancement Fund Balance to
Public Works Judicial Center Maintenance and
Enhancement Fund – Brentsville Magisterial
District – Tom Bruun – Public Works

  H. RES – Transfer, Budget and Appropriate $39,450.94 from
the Broad Run Watershed Deferred Revenue Account to the Stormwater Management Drainage Major Maintenance Budget for Costs Incurred on the Trenton Court Drainage Improvement Project –
Gainesville Magisterial District – Tom Bruun – Public Works

  I. RES – Transfer $105,000 from Fiscal Year 2013 Prince William County Reserve for Contingency to Voter Registration and Elections for Overtime and Miscellaneous Compensation Associated with
Conducting the 2012 Presidential Election – Diana Dutton – Voter Registration and Elections

  J. RES - Budget and Appropriate the Remaining Balance of $391,639,000 for Encumbered Purchase Orders and Contracts and the Unencumbered Capital Construction Project Balances – Steve Solomon - Finance Department

  K. RES – Accept, Budget and Appropriate $17,700 in Revenue and Expenditures for the Prince William Area Agency on Aging – Courtney Tierney – Area Agency on Aging

  L. RES - Transfer $1,025,000 from the Department of Fire and Rescue and $725,000 from Non-Departmental to the Police Department to Offset the FY 13 Projected Salary and Fringe Shortfall of $1,750,000 – Steve Hudson – Police Department

  M. RES – Transfer, Budget and Appropriate $811,803 from the Department of Fire and Rescue Emergency Medical Services Billing Fund Balance to the Emergency Medical Services Billing Operating Budget to Fund Purchase of Stretchers and Stair Chairs – Kevin McGee – Department of Fire and Rescue

  N. RES – Transfer $75,500 from the Economic Development Opportunity Fund for FY 2013 to the Department of Economic Development Budget to Assist with the Completion of Lease Payments to the Life Science Accelerator Facility – Brentsville Magisterial District– Jeff Kaczmarek – Economic Development

  O. RES – Authorize – Grant Application to the Chesapeake Bay Stewardship Fund, Administered by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, in the Amount of $200,000 to Help Fund Stream Bank Restoration and Infrastructure Protection Improvements of Powells Creek; and Accept, Budget and Appropriate up to $200,000 in Grant Revenue to the Powells Creek Watershed Capital Improvement Project Budget, and Budget and Appropriate $200,000 to the County Construction Crew Internal Service Fund, Contingent Upon Award – Tom Bruun – Public Works

  P. RES – Transfer $18,324.23 from the Occoquan River Watershed Capital Improvement Project Budget and $167,693.66 from the Countywide Watersheds Capital Improvement Budget for the Lake Jackson Dam Restoration Project – Coles Magisterial District – Tom Bruun – Public Works

  Q. RES – Budget and Appropriate $2,196 in Donations to the Brentsville Courthouse Historic Centre Capital Improvement Plan Project to Fund Capital Improvements to the Brentsville Jail – Brendon Hanafin – Public Works

  R. RES – Transfer, Budget and Appropriate $60,000 from the Department of Public Works Property Management Project Fund (OCA 408098 Dept. 40) and Return to the Economic Development Opportunity Fund (OCA 400014 Dept. 10) – Tom Bruun – Public Works

  S. RES – Transfer $1,576,136 in Local Partnership Funding from the Commonwealth of Virginia from the Route 1/Route 234 Commuter Lot Project to the Route 1/Route 234 Turn Lane Modification Project, and Budget and Appropriate $300,000 in Local Partnership Funding from the Commonwealth of Virginia to the Route 1/Route 234 Turn Lane Modification Project – Department of Transportation

DEPARTMENTS

9. Planning

  A.     – Presentation - Rural Preservation Study - Chris Price

10. Supervisors' Time
 
  A. RES – Discontinue - Action and Expenditure of Funds on Proposed Prince William County Logo – Supervisor Jenkins

  B. RES - Appoint – Zoe Vitter of 3594 Wanda Court, Woodbridge as a Regular At-Large Representative to the Prince William County Trails and Blueways Council – Supervisor Jenkins

  C. RES - Appoint – Tara Melvin of 4190 Windflower Court, Woodbridge as the Community-Based Organization Representative to the Northern Virginia Manpower Consortium Workforce Investment Board – Supervisor Jenkins

  D. RES - Recommend – Theodore Yachik of 13751 Fleet Street, Woodbridge as a Regular At-Large Representative to the Zoning Appeals Board – Supervisor Principi

  E. RES - Appoint – Janice Buie of 3710 Stonewall Manor Drive, Triangle as an Alternate At-Large
Representative to the Prince William County Committee for Persons with Disabilities (Disability Services Board) – Supervisor Principi

11. Closed Meeting

  A. RES – Certify Closed Meeting


12. Citizens' Time 7:30 P.M.

13. Public Hearings
 Consolidated Public Hearings view A. ORD - Proffer Amendment #PLN2012-00331, Walker’s Station - To amend the proffered conditions of REZ #PLN2005-00374 to allow for changes in the townhouse and multifamily housing type, layout, and total number of units on the property.  The site encompasses ±40.25 acres, and is located at 8126 & 8140 Quarry Road, approximately 375 feet west of the intersection of Manassas Drive and Railroad Drive, on the southern side of the Norfolk and Southern Railroad right-of-way.  The site is identified as GPINs 7896-31-8680 and -1940 on County maps, is zoned PMR, Planned Mixed Residential, and is designated SRH, Suburban Residential High, and ER, Environmental Resource, in the Comprehensive Plan - Coles Magisterial
District – Scott Meyer - Planning Office

  B. ORD - Proffer Amendment #PLN2013-00144, Apple Federal  Credit Union - To amend the proffers of Rezoning #PLN2006-00525 to allow modifications of the architecture, landscaping and site layout.  The +/- 1.67 ac. site is located on the southeast corner of the intersection of Prince William Pkwy. and Old Bridge Rd., is identified as GPIN 8192-59-3296, is zoned B-1, General Business, is part of the Prince William Parkway HCOD & is designated CEC, Community Employment Center in the Comprehensive Plan - Occoquan Magisterial District – Fran Burnszynski - Planning Office

  C. ORD - Special Use Permit #PLN2013-00145, Apple Federal Credit Union – To amend the conditions of SUP #PLN2006-00657 to allow modifications of the architecture, landscaping and site layout.  The +/- 1.67 ac. site is located on the southeast corner of the intersection of Prince William Pkwy. and Old Bridge Rd., is identified as GPIN 8192-59-3296, is zoned B-1, General Business, is part of the Prince William Parkway HCOD & is designated CEC, Community Employment Center in the Comprehensive Plan - Occoquan Magisterial District – Fran Burnszynski - Planning Office

  D. ORD - Proffer Amendment/Rezoning #PLN2012-00339, Pembrooke - To amend the proffers from PRA# 2006-00091, and to rezone +/- 15.5 acres from B-1, General Business, to PMR, Planned Mixed Residential in the Victory Lakes community.  The proposal includes a Master Zoning Plan that consists of three landbays.  Landbay A shall be designated B-1, General Business, and developed with a childcare facility.  Landbay B shall be designated MDR, Medium Density Residential, and will be developed with up to 55 townhouse units.  Landbay C shall be designated as Open Space/Community Recreation, and shall remain open space or may be developed with a community recreation facility.  The site is located on the southeast side of the intersection of Sudley Manor
Dr. and Lake Baldwin Dr. The site identified as GPIN 7596-30-4550, is zoned B-1, General Business, and also designated SRM, Suburban Residential Medium in the Comprehensive Plan - Brentsville
Magisterial District – Steve Donohoe - Planning Office Standard Public Hearings

  E. ORD - Rezoning #PLN2013-00101, Woodland Farms - To rezone ±57.2 acres from A-1, Agricultural, to SR-1, Semi-Rural Residential, with a cluster option to develop the site with up to 30 single-family detached homes, with a minimum lot size of 1 acre and 20 acres as open space.  The site is located south of Signal Hill Rd. between Moore Dr. and Ellis Rd.; is identified on County maps as GPIN 7895-84-1626; is zoned A-1, Agricultural, and is designated SRR, Semi-Rural Residential, in the Comprehensive Plan - Coles Magisterial District – Scott Meyer - Planning Office

14. Adjourn Meeting
 
  A. RES – Adjourn Meeting
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