Sunday, June 01, 2014

Prince William Board of County Supervisors Agenda‏ - June 3, 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 Pastor Levonzia Stevens, Hope Aglow Empowerment Center, Woodbridge

3. Approval of Minutes view A. RES - Approve Minutes of May 20, 2014

4. Consent Agenda  view A. RES - Proclaim – June 17, 2014 – National Garbage Man
Day – Thomas Smith – Public Works

B. RES - Approve – Child Exploitation Task Force Memorandum
of Understanding Between the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Prince William County and
Authorize the Chief of Police to Execute the Agreement – Stephan Hudson – Police Department

C. RES – Approve – Housing Board Recommendation for Housing
Preservation and Development Fund Competitive
Funding and Authorize the Fund Administrator to
Issue Funding Commitment Letters and Enter into
Funding Agreements and Reduce $115,000 from the Housing Preservation and Development Fund Budget and Designate for Future Competitive Process –
Elijah Johnson – Office of Housing and Community
Development 

D. RES – Approve - License to Occupy County Real Estate for
a Caretaker Employee to Occupy 12229 Bristow Road at the Brentsville Courthouse Historic Centre -
Brentsville Magisterial District – Thomas Bruun – Public Works

E. RES – Approve – Human Resources Lease for 4380 Ridgewood
Drive, Woodbridge, Virginia – Neabsco Magisterial
District – Thomas Bruun – Public Works

F. RES – Award – Contract in the Amount of $745,755 for
Architectural and Engineering Services to Samaha
Associates, P.C. for the Design of Bacon Race Fire and Rescue Station – Coles Magisterial District –
Thomas Bruun – Public Works

G. RES - Authorize – Application for Ongoing State Funds to 
Provide a Crisis Intervention Team Assessment
Center Offered by the Department of Behavioral
Health and Developmental Services for an Amount
Not to Exceed $600,000 – Alan Wooten – Community
Services 

H. RES – Authorize – Agreement Between New Bristow Village
Homeowners Association, Inc. and the Board of
County Supervisors and Authorize Acquisition of
Property and Easements from New Bristow Village Homeowners Association, Inc. in Conjunction with the Route 28 (Linton Hall Road to Vint Hill Road)
Improvement Project – Brentsville Magisterial
District – Thomas Blaser – Department of
Transportation
Request - VDOT Accept Into Secondary Street System – Thomas
Blaser – Department of Transportation

I. RES - Portions of Lake Baldwin Drive Located in the
Dawkins Ridge Subdivision – Brentsville
Magisterial District

5.  Citizens' Time

6. County Executive

7. County Attorney

A. RES – Authorize – Public Hearing for July 8, 2014 to
Consider Conveyance of Right-of-Way on Public
Property Located at 15800 Silver Lake Road,
Haymarket, Virginia; GPIN 7299-01-6356 – Gainesville Magisterial District – Angela Horan 

B. RES - Authorize - Closed Meeting

8. Public Hearings 2:00 P.M.

A. RES – Joint Public Hearing with Virginia Department of
Transportation - FY 2015-2020 Six-Year Secondary
Road Plan Priority List and FY 2015 Annual
Allocation – To consider adopting the Virginia
Department of Transportation’s FY 2015-2020 Six-
Year Secondary Road Plan Priority List and FY 2015
Annual Allocation.  Although the Plan only includes Gravel Road Funds for FY15-20, the Board of County Supervisors must take action on this Plan in order to accept the Gravel Road Funds. 
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. RES - Authorize Deed of Consolidation, Re-subdivision
and Easement – Existing Gravity Sewer System – Marumsco Acre Lake Park - Authorize a deed of consolidation, re-subdivision and easement for an existing gravity sewer system and construction of a new lift station to the Prince William County Service Authority across County property located at Marumsco Acre Lake Park, 14398 Melbourne Avenue
- Debra Andrew - Department of Parks and
Recreation Budget Amendments – All Departments

C. RES - Budget and Appropriate Remaining Balance of
$374,416,000 for Encumbered Purchase Orders and
Contracts and the Unencumbered Capital
Construction Balances – Michelle Attreed – Finance
Department

D. RES – Ratify Grant Application to the Virginia
Department of Motor Vehicles for Highway Safety 402 Funds Funded by United States Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration and Federal Highway Administration to Continue Community Traffic Safety Programs and Accept, Budget and Appropriate up to $309,675 in Grant Revenue – Stephan Hudson – Police Department 

E. RES - Transfer, Budget and Appropriate $180,844 from the
General Fund Cable Tax Capital Equipment Fund
Balance, Representing the Schools’ Share of Excess 
I-Net Revenues Received, to the Schools – Michelle
Attreed – Finance Department

F. RES - Transfer, Budget and Appropriate $72,159 from the
Economic Development Opportunity Fund to the
Department of Development Services Revenue Budget for Reimbursement of Targeted Industry Fees – Jeff Kaczmarek - Economic Development

G. RES – Accept, Budget and Appropriate the Sum of $23,558
from the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services in One-Time Funding to be
Used to Support the Efforts of the Prevention
Alliance of Greater Prince William Coalition in their Strategic Prevention Framework Planning Process – Alan Wooten – Community Services

H. RES – Accept, Budget and Appropriate the Sum of $160,000
in One-time Medicaid Fees to be Used for Temporary Salaries, Benefits and Operating Expenses for the Independent Clinical Assessment Program – Alan
Wooten – Community Services

I. RES - Accept, Budget and Appropriate $5,792 in Revenue and Expenditure for the Agency on Aging and $4,192 in Revenue and Expenditure for the Department of Information Technology – Courtney Tierney - Area Agency on Aging

J. RES – Transfer $507,000 from the Department of
Information Technology’s Public Safety
Applications Support and $59,000 from the Disaster Recovery Project to the Computer-Aided Dispatch and Public Safety Records Management Projects for
Hardware and Storage – Thomas McQuillan –
Department of Information Technology 
DEPARTMENTS

9. Department of Parks and Recreation

A. RES - Reaffirm – 2006 Shenandoah Park Master Plan –
Debra Andrew – Department of Parks and Recreation 

10. Planning view A. RES – Adopt - Policy Guide for Monetary Contributions –
Christopher Price – Planning Office

11. Supervisors' Time view RES – Initiate - Zoning Text Amendment to Permit Storage   Containers on Agricultural Property – Nick Evers – Planning Office

B. RES – Appoint – Carmela G. Patrick of 3495 Mount   Burnside Way, Woodbridge as a Regular At-Large Representative to the Equalization Board –   Chairman Stewart

12. Closed Meeting

A. RES – Certify Closed Meeting

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

14. Public Hearings

A. RES - Consider Contract of Sale to Convey Utility  Easement – Rollins Ford Park - Consider entering a contract of sale to convey what will ultimately be a 100-foot wide utility easement over the property owned by the Prince William Board of County
Supervisors located at 14550 Vint Hill Road, Tax
Map Parcel Map 7396-20-5289, known as the Rollins Ford Park, to Dominion Virginia Power for a proposed sales price of $1,800,000.00.  A copy of the proposed sales contract, the proposed various locations for the utility easement over County property and associated information and documentation is available for inspection –
Christopher Price – Planning Office

B. ORD - Proffer Amendment #PLN2013-00258, Heritage Hunt –  Sims Property (Landbay 2) - To amend the proffers of Rezoning #PLN2009-00177 to allow a vehicular access on Catharpin Rd. and to modify the sign plan to allow an additional monument sign along Catharpin Rd.  The 13.6-acre site is located at 13801 & 13921 Heathcote Blvd. on the southeast corner of Catharpin Rd. and Heathcote Blvd. and identified as GPINs 7397-68-4778 & -1171.  The site is zoned PMD, Planned Mixed Use District, and is designated REC, Regional Employment Center, and
SRM, Suburban Residential Medium, in the
Comprehensive Plan - Gainesville Magisterial District – Fran Burnsyznski - Planning Office

C. ORD - Special Use Permit #PLN2014-00226, Milestone 
Communications – Verizon Wireless at NOVEC Battlefield Substation - To allow a 141-foot telecommunications monopole facility with fenced equipment compound and associated setback waiver from a public street at the south/central portion of NOVEC Battlefield Substation.  The site is located ±1,300 ft. southeast of the intersection of Battleview Pkwy. and Infantry Ridge Rd. and ±133 ft. north of the right-of-way for Interstate 66 westbound.  The subject property is identified on County maps as GPIN 7697-36-9193 (pt.), is zoned PBD, Planned Business District, and is designated CEC, Community Employment Center, and ER, Environmental Resource, in the Comprehensive
Plan - Gainesville Magisterial District – Scott
Meyer – Planning Office
Standard Public Hearings

D. ORD - Zoning Text Amendment #PLN2013-00326, Motor 
Vehicle Repair - To amend the provisions of Article III, Part 300 to modify regulations for non-commercial repair and restoration of motor vehicles in Agricultural and Semi-Rural districts
- Countywide – Nick Evers - Planning Office

15. Adjourn Meeting

A. RES – Adjourn Meeting
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