Thursday, February 06, 2014

Prince William Board of County Supervisors Agenda - February 11, 2014 ‏

Board Chamber, One County Complex Court
Prince William, Virginia  22192

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

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

2. Invocation
Reverend Clyde W. Ellis, Jr., Mount Olive Baptist Church,
Woodbridge

3. Approval of Minutes

A. RES - Approve Minutes of January 7, 2014

B. RES – Approve Minutes of January 14, 2014

C. RES – Approve Minutes of January 21, 2014

4. Consent Agenda 

A. RES – Approve – Updated Memorandum of Understanding
Between the Prince William County Police
Department and the Cities of Manassas and Manassas
Park Narcotics Task Force and Authorize Chief of
Police to Execute the Memorandum – Stephan Hudson
– Police Department

B. RES - Authorize – Public Hearing to Consider Redrawing
Voting Precinct Lines, Renaming Precincts and
Voting Locations and/or Establishing New Voting
Precincts and Voting Locations in Each Magisterial
District – Doug Geib – Office of Elections

C. RES – Authorize – Public Hearing to Consider Adoption of
an Ordinance to Prohibit Parking on the South Side of Clifton Street-State Route 1535, Between 8008 Clifton Street and 8013 Clifton Street, Pursuant to Authority Granted by Section 46.2-1222 of the
Code of Virginia – Brentsville Magisterial
District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation

D. RES – Authorize – Public Hearing to Request the Prince
William County Department of Transportation to
Install Speed Tables on Devils Reach Road-State
Route 748 – Occoquan Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation 

E. RES – Authorize – Public Hearing to Consider Amendments
to Sections 31-21, 31-23 and 31-27 of the Prince William County Code, to Clarify Provisions
Concerning the Shooting of Arrows from Bows –
Stephan Hudson – Police Department 

F. RES – Award – Primary Contract for Asphalt Paving Goods
and Services to Julius Branscome, Inc. and a
Secondary Contract to Chemung Contracting
Corporation – Marc Aveni – Public Works

G. RES - Eliminate Two Vacant Part-Time Positions – a .50
Community Services Therapist II, Grade 14, Code
5850, PCN 707012 and a .25 Community Services
Therapist III, Grade 16, Code 5851, PCN 898244 and
Create a .75 Part-Time Therapist II Within Adult
Outpatient Substance Abuse – Alan Wooten –
Community Services

H. RES – Amend – Position Classification Plan – Christopher
Martino – Office of Executive Management

I. RES – Award – Construction Contract in the Amount of
$262,000 to Beckstrom Electric for the
Installation of Sports Field Lights on One Little
League and One Youth Softball Field at Catharpin Park – Gainesville Magisterial District – Debbie
Andrew – Department of Parks and Recreation 
Request - VDOT Accept Into Secondary Street System – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation

J. RES - Portions of Quantico Gateway Drive Located in the
Garrison Woods Part 2 Subdivision – Potomac
Magisterial District

K. RES – Portions of Quate Lane, Kapp Lane and Kerr Court
Located in the Dale City Section 19 Subdivision –
Neabsco Magisterial District 
Budget Amendments – All Departments

L. RES - Transfer $146,383 from the Public Works Energy
Management Budget to the Public Works Real Estate
Budget – Thomas Bruun – Public Works

M. RES – Transfer, Budget and Appropriate $150,000 from the
Solid Waste Enterprise Fund Unreserved Retained
Earnings to Fund Diesel Fuel Budget Shortfalls for FY2014 – Coles Magisterial District – Thomas Bruun
– Public Works

N. RES – Accept, Budget and Appropriate Additional Funding
of State Grant Funds in the Amount of $60,953 from the Department of Criminal Justice Services to the Office of Criminal Justice Services Local
Offenders Probation and Pretrial Program – Steven R. Austin – Office of Criminal Justice Services

O. RES – Accept, Budget and Appropriate the Sum of $4,207
in One-Time Funding from the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services - $3,603 to be Used to Provide Additional Services for a Specific Client and $604 to Reimburse Travel Expenditures – Alan Wooten – Community Services 

P. RES - Budget & Appropriate $1,129,947 in Congestion
Mitigation and Air Quality Program Funding for the
Gideon Drive Sidewalk (Dale Boulevard to Opitz
Boulevard) Project – Neabsco Magisterial District
– Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation 

5. Citizens' Time

6. County Executive

7. County Attorney

A. RES – Approve – Settlement Agreement and Release for
Repair of Retaining Wall at the Commons on William
Square Condominium – Woodbridge Magisterial District – Curt Spear – County Attorney’s Office

B. RES – Approve – Right-of-Entry/License Agreement for
Repair of Retaining Wall at the Commons on William
Square Condominium – Woodbridge Magisterial District – Curt Spear – County Attorney’s Office

C. RES - Authorize - Closed Meeting

8. Public Hearings 2:00 P.M.

A. RES – Restrict Through-Truck Traffic – Ingram Drive - To
consider adoption of an ordinance to request the
Commonwealth Transportation Board to restrict through-truck traffic on Ingram Drive-Route 686 –
Gainesville Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser -
Department of Transportation  
DEPARTMENTS

9. Economic Development

A. RES - Adopt – Amended List of Targeted Industries for
New and Expanding Companies – Jeff Kaczmarek –
Economic Development

10. Public Works

A. RES – Approve – Phase One Agreement with LEEP Holdings,
LLC for the Development of a Solid Waste
Conversion Demonstration Project at the County Landfill – Coles Magisterial District – Thomas
Bruun – Public Works

11. Department of Social Services

A. RES – Accept, Budget and Appropriate in the FY 14 Budget
Year a Revenue Increase of $207,163 in Federal Medicaid Reimbursement Funds to Reduce General
Fund Support for Eight Term-Limited Positions and Convert the Positions to Regular Status Positions as Long as Federal Funds are Available – Janine
Sewell – Department of Social Services

12. Supervisors' Time

A. RES – Appoint – Joyce Eagles of 1414 Eiderdown Court,
Woodbridge as the Regular Woodbridge Magisterial
District Representative to the Service Authority – Supervisor Principi

B. RES – Appoint – Anthony D. Arnold of One Research Court,
Suite 450, Rockville, Maryland as a Regular At-
Large Representative to the Equalization Board –
Supervisor Principi 

C. RES – Appoint - Jen Jones of 4196 Merchant Plaza, #123,
Woodbridge as the Regular Occoquan Magisterial District Representative to the Animal Advisory Committee - Supervisor May

D. RES – Appoint – Ronald D. Yoho of 3248 Cismont Court,
Woodbridge as a Regular At-Large Representative to the Equalization Board - Supervisor May

E. RES – Appoint – Samuel J. Korson of 16750 Anglia Loop,
Dumfries as a Regular At-Large Representative to the Human Rights Commission - Supervisor Caddigan 

13. Closed Meeting

A. RES – Certify Closed Meeting

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

15. Public Hearings
Consolidated Public Hearings

A. ORD - Proffer Amendment #PLN2014-00013, Tribute at the  Glen - To amend the proffers of PRA #PLN2006-00525 on ±2.97 acres to allow an assisted living facility, increase the floor area ratio and building height, and allow buffer and signage modifications.  The site is located on the northeast corner of Prince William Pkwy. and Chinn Park Dr., and is identified as GPIN 8192-59-6092 (pt.).  The site is zoned B-1, General Business, is part of the Prince William Pkwy. and Old Bridge
Rd. HCODs, and is designated CEC, Community
Employment Center, in the Comprehensive Plan -
Occoquan Magisterial District – Fran Burnszynski-
Planning Office
Standard Public Hearings

B. RES - Home Occupancy Certificate #PLN2014-00183, 
Reconsideration for Administrative Denial of
Family Day Home Request - Pursuant to Section 32-300.02.15(a)(2) of the PWC Zoning Ordinance, to consider overturning denial of the request for a family day home up to 12 children for HOC2 #ZPA2014-01411, Gul Asma Khan, at 15403 Silvan
Glen Drive, GPIN 8191-30-0260 - Potomac
Magisterial District – Brian Wilson - Planning Office

C. ORD - Zoning Text Amendment #PLN2014-00053, Parking & 
Loading Setbacks – To amend provisions of Section 32-250.10 of the PWC Zoning Ordinance to eliminate the required off-street parking and loading setbacks for developments in the commercial, office, and industrial districts.  There is a companion Design and Construction Standards Manual
(DCSM #PLN2014-00091, Section 800 Landscape
Amendments), which seeks to amend provision of the
DCSM in relation to this ZTA – Countywide – Nick Evers - Planning Office
view D. ORD - Design and Construction Standards Manual 
#PLN2014-00091, Section 800 Landscape Amendments – To amend provisions of Section 800 of the DCSM to enhance buffer areas, landscaping, and tree cover requirements in parking lots located within shopping centers, shopping malls, and storm water management facilities - Countywide – Wade Hugh – Development Services

16. Adjourn Meeting

A. RES – Adjourn Meeting
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