Sunday, May 18, 2014

Prince William Board of County Supervisors Agenda‏ - May 20, 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 Kathy Guin, St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church

3. Approval of Minutes

A. RES - Approve Minutes of April 29, 2014

B. RES - Approve Minutes of May 6, 2014

C. RES – Approve Minutes of May 13, 2014

4. Consent Agenda

A. RES - Approve – Deed of Reservation on County Landfill
Property for Resource Protection and Flood Hazard Areas – Coles Magisterial District – Thomas Bruun – Public Works

B. RES – Approve – Final Design of Logmill Road Improvement
Project – Gainesville Magisterial District –
Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation  

C. RES - Authorize – Dedication and Conveyance of Easement
for a Waterline to the Prince William County Service Authority for the Development of the
Household Hazardous Waste and Electronic Recycling
Facility at the Prince William County Landfill –
Coles Magisterial District – Thomas Bruun – Public Works

D. RES – Authorize – Public Hearing to Request the Prince
William County Department of Transportation to Install Speed Tables on Edmonston Drive, State
Route 3297 – Brentsville Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser - Department of Transportation 

E. RES – Authorize – Public Hearing to Request the
Commonwealth Transportation Board to Consider
Restricting Through-Truck Traffic on Forest Lane-
Route 759, Woodside Drive-Route 733, Walnut
Street-Route 735, Pratt Street-Route 736, Sycamore
Street-Route 737 and Overlook Drive-Route 734 –
Woodbridge Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation

F. RES – Authorize – Public Hearing to Consider Vacation
and Conveyance of a Portion of Spriggs Road, Route 643 – Coles Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation 

G. RES – Amend – Position Classification Plan – Michelle
Attreed – Human Resources
Request - VDOT Accept Into Secondary Street System –   Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation

H. RES - Portions of Waverly Farm Drive Located in the
Dominion Country Club, Waverly Farm Drive Phase 4
Subdivision – Gainesville Magisterial District

I. RES – Portions of Quinn Lane and Quay Court Located in
the Dale City Section 21 Subdivision – Neabsco
Magisterial District

J. RES – Portions of Kramer Estates Drive, Eagle Talon
Street, Eagle Ridge Drive and Plumage Eagle Street in the Eagles Pointe Section 4 Subdivision –
Potomac Magisterial District 

K. RES – Portions of Estate Manor Drive, Barrymore Court and Calbera Court in the Glenkirk Estates Section
8A and 8B Subdivision – Brentsville Magisterial District
Budget Amendments – All Departments view L. RES - Transfer $47,610 in the Department of Information
Technology’s Cyber Security Activity for Purchase of Cyber Security Tools – Thomas McQuillan –
Department of Information Technology

M. RES – Budget and Appropriate $20,709 from the Yorkshire
Volunteer Fire Department Unreserved/Undesignated
Fund Balance to Fund Fiscal Year 2014 Length of Service Award Program Obligation – Jerry Deem – Yorkshire Volunteer Fire Department

N. RES – Accept, Budget and Appropriate $1,065,453 to the
School Operating Fund – Steven Walts – Prince
William County Public Schools

O. RES – Accept, Budget and Appropriate $1,478,15 to the
Special Education Regional School Fund – Steven
Walts – Prince William County Public Schools

P. RES – Accept, Budget and Appropriate in the FY 2014 
At-Risk Youth and Family Services Budget Transfers of $100,000 from the Department of Social Services, $95,897 from Community Services and
$4,103 from Prince William County Schools, and
Decrease At-Risk Youth and Family Services State
Revenue Budget by $200,000 – Jeffrey Homan –
Prince William County Community Policy and
Management Team

Q. RES – Accept, Budget and Appropriate a Net Revenue and
Expenditure Increase in the Department of Social Services FY 15 Budget Year of $55,574 and Allow the Department of Social Services to Apply for the
Third Consecutive Year for a Grant from the
Potomac Health Foundation to Provide Case
Management for Applications for Medicaid and
Existing Supportive Community Services – Janine
Sewell – Department of Social Services 

R. RES – Budget and Appropriate Fees for Services from
Other County and Outside Agencies of $120,215 for
FY 14 and $106,057 for FY 15 to Support the
Supplemental Grounds Maintenance Services Provided by the Department of Parks and Recreation – Debra Andrew – Department of Parks and Recreation

S. RES – Proclaim – May 18-24, 2014 – National Public Works
Week – Thomas Bruun – Public Works

5. Citizens' Time

6. County Executive

7. County Attorney

A. RES – Authorize – Public Hearing to Consider Amendments
to the County Code to be Effective July 1, 2014,
Mandated by Changes to State Law Made by the
Governor and the 2014 General Assembly: Proposed
Amendments to Chapter 2 (Administration),  4 (Animals and Fowl), 11.1 (Licenses Generally),
13 (Motor Vehicles and Traffic), 26 (Taxation),  29 (Vegetation), Direct Staff to Initiate a Zoning Text Amendment and Direct Staff to Initiate Amendment to Subdivision Ordinance – Rob Skoff –
County Attorney’s Office

B. RES - Authorize - Closed Meeting

8. Supervisors' Time

A. RES – Initiate - Zoning Text Amendment to Enable the
Board of County Supervisors to Apply Conditions to
Family Day Home Permits Upon Appeal and Amend the Fee Schedule for this Use – Nick Evers – Planning Office 

9. Closed Meeting

A. RES – Certify Closed Meeting

10. Adjourn Meeting

A. RES – Adjourn Meeting  
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