Sunday, July 13, 2014

Prince William Board of County Supervisors Agenda‏ - July 15, 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 Darcy Tillman, Lutheran Church of the Covenant, Dale City

3. Presentations

A.     – Presentation – Vote Centers – Tony Guiffre –  Electoral Board 

4. Consent Agenda

A. RES – Commend – Prince William County Alumnae Chapter of
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. – 30th Anniversary
– Supervisor Jenkins

B. RES - Approve – Award of Contract to Glover Construction
Company, Inc. for Multipurpose Field Construction at the Independent Hill Park in the Amount of $862,500 – Coles Magisterial District – Thomas Bruun – Public Works

C. RES – Approve – Design Contract Modification No. 5
Between Prince William County and Rinker Design
Associates, P.C. in the Amount of $223,442 for
Additional Right-of-Way Services and Best
Management Practice Credits Required for Purcell
Road Improvement Project – Coles Magisterial
District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation

D. RES – Approve – Board of Equalization FY2015
Compensation for Board Members and Assistants –
Ronald Yoho – Board of Equalization 

E. RES – Award – Contracts for Open-Ended Construction
Project Management and Inspection Services for
Federally-Funded Transportation Projects – Thomas
Blaser – Department of Transportation
Budget Amendments – All Departments

F. RES – Transfer, Budget and Appropriate $7,676,500 in
Proffer Funds to the School Board for School Purposes – Christopher Price – Planning Office
view G. RES – Budget and Appropriate the Remaining Balance of
$6,793,048 for Unencumbered Capital and
Construction Project Balances for the Solid Waste
Enterprise Fund – Thomas Bruun – Public Works

5. Citizens' Time
 
6. County Executive

7. County Attorney

A. RES - Authorize - Closed Meeting
DEPARTMENTS

8. Legislative

A.     – Presentation – Federal Issues Update – John
Stirrup – Alcade and Fay

9. Planning

A. RES – Endorse – Shenandoah Station Virginia Housing
Development Authority Year 2014 Low-Income Housing
Tax Credits Application and Authorize the County
Executive to Forward a “Letter of Support” –
Potomac Magisterial District – Christopher Price – Planning Office

B.     – Presentation – Cockpit Point Battlefield Study –
Potomac Magisterial District – Justin Patton –
Planning Office

10. Intergovernmental Report view

11. Supervisors' Time

12. Closed Meeting

A. RES – Certify Closed Meeting

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

14. Public Hearings
Consolidated Public Hearings

A. ORD - Special Use Permit #PLN2014-00030, Good Shepherd United Methodist Church Sign Upgrade - To replace an existing changeable copy monument sign with an electronic message display (LED) sign along the northern property frontage.  The subject property is located at 14999 Birchdale Ave., southwest of the intersection of Dale Blvd. and Birchdale Ave., and ±375 ft. east of the intersection of Benita Fitzgerald Dr. and Dale Blvd.  The site is identified on County maps as GPIN 8291-24-4801, is zoned RPC, Residential Planned Community, is planned as church use within the Dale City MZP, and is located within the Dale Boulevard Highway Corridor Overlay District (HCOD) - Neabsco
Magisterial District – Scott Meyer - Planning Office
Consolidated Public Hearings

B. ORD - Rezoning #PLN2013-00291, The Haven at Haymarket    Crossing - To rezone +/-19.02 acres from A-1, Agricultural, to R-16, Suburban Residential, and +/-0.76 acre from PBD, Planned Business District, to R-16, Suburban Residential, to allow the development of up to 316 multifamily units.  The site is located ±300 ft. west of the existing western terminus of Heathcote Blvd. and is identified as GPIN 7298-64-2019 (pt).  The site is designated REC, Regional Employment Center, in the Comprehensive Plan - Gainesville Magisterial
District – Stephen Donohoe - Planning Office

C. ORD - Proffer Amendment #PLN2014-00056 & Special Use Permit #PLN2014-00055, The Glen Chick-Fil-A - To amend the proffers of Rezoning #PLN2006-00525 to allow a drive-through restaurant or maintain a previous approval for office buildings and a Special Use Permit to allow a drive-through restaurant and sign modification, located on the south side of Old Bridge Rd. ±260 ft. east of Prince William Pkwy., and identified as GPIN 8192-59-6092 pt.  The 1.38-acre site is located on the south side of Old Bridge Rd. ±260 ft. east of Prince William Pkwy. and identified as GPIN 8292-59-6092 pt.  The site is zoned B-1, General
Business, is part of the Prince William Pkwy. &
Old Bridge Rd. HCODs and is designated CEC,
Community Employment Center, in the Comprehensive
Plan - Occoquan Magisterial District – Fran Burnszynski - Planning Office

D. ORD - Special Use Permit #PLN2014-00140, McDonald’s – Sudley Rd. Renovation - To allow a restaurant with drive-through facility and sign modification.  The +/- 1.09-acre site is located at 8203 Sudley Rd., +/-200 ft. SE of the intersection of Sudley Rd. and Portsmouth Rd.  The site is zoned B-1, General Business, is identified as GPIN 7696-67-4385, and is designated GC, General Commercial in the Comprehensive Plan - Brentsville Magisterial District – Stephen Donohoe - Planning Office
Consolidated Public Hearings

E. ORD - Special Use Permit #PLN2014-00261, Novant Health Haymarket Medical Center Sign Package - To allow a comprehensive sign plan with signage modifications at the Novant Health Haymarket Medical Center, located at 15195 Heathcote Blvd., on the south side of Heathcote Blvd., ± 1,500 feet west of Rt. 15 and identified as GPIN 7298-73-3114.  The site is zoned Planned Mixed Use District, PMD; is part of the Rt. 15 HCOD, and is designated Regional Employment Center, REC, in the Comprehensive Plan
- Gainesville Magisterial District – Fran Burnszynski - Planning Office

F. ORD - Special Use Permit #PLN2014-00288, Auto Trademark – Renewal SUP - To allow the expansion of an existing nonconforming motor vehicle sales facility.  (Previously-issued SUP #PLN2012-00368 expired due to a time lapse in submitting the site plan.)  The site is located at 7583 Centreville Rd., 7591 Centreville Rd., 7640 Chestnut St., and
7642 Chestnut St., ±100 feet north of Rugby Rd. between Centreville Rd. and Chestnut St.  The site is identified as GPINs 7897-22-8970, -8559, 7897-32-1354, and -1663; is zoned B-1, General Business; is designated GC, General Commercial, and SRL, Suburban Residential Low, in the
Comprehensive Plan and is partially located within the Route 28 ROD, Redevelopment Overlay District - Coles Magisterial District – Scott Meyer - Planning Office

G. ORD - Special Use Permit #PLN2014-00332, VFW LED Signage
- To upgrade an existing monument sign to an electronic message display (LED) sign at the entrance of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1503 facility, located directly across and south of the intersection of Minnieville Rd. and Stratford Dr.  The site is identified as GPIN 8091-55-6857, is zoned O(L), Office Low Rise, is designated SRL, Suburban Low Residential, and ER, Environmental
Resource, in the Comprehensive Plan, and is located within the Minnieville Road Highway Corridor Overlay District (HCOD) - Potomac
Magisterial District – Scott Meyer - Planning
Office

H. ORD - Special Use Permit #PLN2014-00354, Dillingham Square - One Hanson Pharmacy Drive-Through - To allow the use of an existing drive-through lane, located at 14493 Dillingham Sq., north of Old Bridge Rd. at its intersection with Cricket Ln., and identified as GPIN 8293-04-2120(pt.).  The site is zoned General Business, B-1, and is designated Neighborhood Commercial (NC), in the Comprehensive Plan - Occoquan Magisterial District
– Fran Burnszynski - Planning Office
 Standard Public Hearings

I. ORD - Rezoning #PLN2014-00095, Casey’s Corner - To
rezone +/-6.16 acres from M-1, Heavy Industrial, to B-1, General Business.  The site is located on the southeast corner of Balls Ford Rd. and Wellington Rd.  The site is identified on County maps as GPIN 7496-99-5193, is zoned M-1, Heavy Industrial, and designated EI, Industrial Employment, in the Comprehensive Plan.  Concurrent with SUP #PLN2014-00096 - Brentsville Magisterial
District – Stephen Donohoe - Planning Office

J. ORD - Special Use Permit #PLN2014-00096, Sheetz - Balls Ford Road - To allow a motor vehicle fuel station with a drive-through facility, quick service food store and restaurant, car wash, and sign modification, located on the southeast corner of Balls Ford Rd. and Wellington Rd. and identified as GPIN 7496-99-5193(pt).  The +/-3.96-acre site is zoned M-1, Heavy Industrial, and designated EI, Industrial Employment, in the Comprehensive Plan. 
Concurrent with REZ#PLN2014-00095 – Stephen
Donohoe - Brentsville Magisterial District – Planning Office

K. ORD - Zoning Text Amendment #PLN2014-00272, M/T and M-2 Districts Storage and Moving - To amend Article IV of the PWC Zoning Ordinance to permit moving and storage in the M/T, Industrial Transportation, and
M-2, Light Industrial Zoning Districts -
Countywide – Nick Evers - Planning Office

L. ORD - Design and Construction Standards Manual Amendment
#PLN 2014-00274, Design and Construction Standards Manual Amendment to Sections 300, 600, 700, 800 and 1000- To amend section 600 (Transportation) of the DCSM to add Urban Road Standards and Off-Road Trail Standards.  Amend sections 300, 600, 700,
800 and 1000; including the CADD drawings and cross-sections; to solve/correct design and construction issues, omissions, errors and inconsistencies that have been identified during the implementation of County design standards – Countywide – Rick Canizales – Department of
Transportation

15. Adjourn Meeting

A. RES – Adjourn Meeting

July 16, 2014 Planning Commission Public Hearing Agenda‏

PLANNING COMMISSION
5 County Complex Court, Prince William, Virginia 22192 
(703) 792-7615   FAX: (703) 792- 4401  www.pwcgov.org/pc

Austin B. Haynes, Jr., Chairman
Alex Vanegas, Vice Chairman Fran Arnold
Russell E. Bryant, Jr.
Ronald K. Burgess
Rene M. Fry
Edgar Bruce Holley
Kim Hosen

Christopher M. Price, AICP Director of Planning

Board Chamber, McCoart Bldg.
1 County Complex Court
Woodbridge, VA 22192

1. Agenda Review              6:45 p.m.
Potomac Conference Room

2. Pledge of Allegiance                   7:00 p.m.

3. Roll Call

4. Citizens’ Time

5.  Consent Agenda   Meeting minutes for June 18, 2014 

6. Expedited Agenda (Announced the evening of the Public Hearing) 
Cases requesting expedited processing will be heard prior to the Public Hearing.  If citizens sign up to speak in opposition to a case listed on the Expedited Agenda, that case would be moved to the Regular Agenda, as listed below.

7. Requests for Deferral/Continuation (Announced the evening of the Public Hearing) 
Action on cases requesting deferral/continuation will be taken prior to the Public Hearing.  If the request for deferral/continuation is denied, that case will be moved to the Regular Agenda, as listed below. 

8. Public Hearings

A.    Special Use Permit #PLN2014-00139,  White Horse Auto Wash
To amend the conditions of #PLN2003-00135, for an existing car wash, to allow modifications of development conditions, located at 15705 Jefferson Davis Hwy. (Rt. 1), southeast of Rt. 1 and Blackburn Rd., and identified as GPIN 8290-87-9777 pt.  The ±2.54 acre site is zoned B-1, General Business, is part of the Rt.1 and Neabsco Mills HCODs and is designated NC, Neighborhood Commercial, as part of the Potomac Communities Sector Plan in the Comprehensive Plan.  Woodbridge Magisterial District

B. Special Use Permit #PLN2014-00304, Milestone Communications-AT&T
at Turley Fields
To allow a 171-foot telecommunications monopole facility with fenced equipment compound and associated setback waivers from adjacent RPC zoned property.  The site is located at the southeastern portion of Turley Fields athletic park, ±575 feet southeast of the intersection of Birchdale Avenue and Dale Boulevard within Dale City.  The property is identified on
County maps as GPIN 8291-33-0384 (pt.), is addressed as 15011 Birchdale Avenue, is zoned 
RPC, Residential Planned Community, and is designated P&OS, Parks & Open Space, in the
Comprehensive Plan.  The site is also located within the Dale Boulevard Highway Corridor
Overlay District (HCOD).  Neabsco Magisterial District

C. Rezoning #PLN2013-00373, First Mount Zion Baptist Church
To rezone +/-8.35 ac. from M-2, Light Industrial to B-1, General Business to allow the expansion of an existing religious facility and accessory uses and to allow a buffer modification.  The site is located on the west side of Rt. 234, +/- 640 ft. north of Talon Dr., and identified as GPIN 8189-59-7191 pt.  The site is part of the Rt. 234 HCOD and designated Neighborhood Commercial (NC) in the Comprehensive Plan.  Potomac Magisterial District

D.  Public Facility Review #PLN2014-00358, Sewer Extension to Kettle Run Road  To extend public sewer to a vacant lot in the Rural Area for construction of a new single-family detached dwelling, approx. 600’ south from the intersection of Kettle Run Road and Vint Hill Road, identified as GPIN 7495-60-6618. The site is zoned A-1, Agricultural and is designated AE, Agricultural or Estate in the Comprehensive Plan. Brentsville Magisterial District

E.  Zoning Text Amendment #PLN2014-00365, Apply Conditions to Family Day Home Permits 
To amend provisions of Section 32-300.02 of the PWC Zoning Ordinance to enable the Board of County Supervisors to apply conditions to Family Day Home permits upon appeal.
Countywide 

F. Zoning Text Amendment #PLN2014-00378, Allow Storage Containers in the A-1 Agricultural District To amend provisions of Section 32-250.83 of the PWC Zoning Ordinance to permit storage “sea” containers on lots 10 acres or larger in the A-1 Agriculture district located outside of a planned development. Countywide 

9. Approval/Receipt of Development Application Processing Schedule (DAPS) dated
July 16, 2014    

10. Planning Commission Procedures 

A.  Old Business

B.   New Business

11. Commission Members’ Time

12.  Adjourn Meeting 

Upcoming Public Hearings and Work Sessions
September 3, 2014 Public Hearing 
    Board Chamber, McCoart Bldg. 7 p.m.
Staff Contact: Teresa Taylor, Clerk to the Planning Commission, (703) 792-7615, ttaylor@pwcgov.org

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Prepare to VOTE November 4TH 2014

Prepare to VOTE November 4TH  2014
The TOP TEN  LIST
www.VOTE411.org Photo ID news:  www.GotIDVirginia.org

1. Register to Vote. 
    Update your address if you have moved.     Online: http://www.vote.virginia.gov/

2. Know the right place to vote.
    If your polling place has changed, you will   get a new voter card.  https://www.voterinfo.sbe.virginia.gov/PublicSite/PublicMain.aspx

3. Know the Hours: 6 AM to 7 PM

4.  Know Who is on YOUR Ballot. 
     See the list on this card. https://www.voterinfo.sbe.virginia.gov/PublicSite/Public/FT2/PublicElections.aspx

 5. Bring your Photo ID  http://sbe.virginia.gov/index.php/casting-a-ballot/in-person-voting/

 6. Deadlines: Oct. 14: to Register
    Oct. 28: to request Absentee ballot by mail
    Nov. 1: to vote Absentee in-person
    Nov. 4: to return Absentee ballot by mail

7. Know Absentee In-person Voting Places http://www.pwcgov.org/government/dept/vote/Pages/default.aspx

8. Know Absentee voting Rules http://www.pwcgov.org/government/dept/vote/Pages/Absentee-Voting.aspx
       In-person begins September 19

9. Compare the candidates’ positions  www.VOTE411.org  

10. VOTE!!  
This information is provided by the Prince William Area League of Women Voters 
703-743-1831 
presidentpwc@lwv-va.org
http://lwv-va.org/pwc.html
         November 4th 2014 Candidates
                  Statewide: U.S. Senate
Ed W. Gillespie
Robert C. Sarvis
Mark R. Warner*

       Congressional Districts
1st  District
Norman G. Mosher
Glenda Gail Parker
Robert J. Wittman*

10th District
Diane L. Blais
Barbara Comstock
Brad A. Eickholt
John W. Foust
William B. Redpath

11th District
Gerald E. Connolly*
Joe F. Galdo
Marc M. Harrold
Suzanne K. Scholte

City of Manassas www.manassascity.org/vote

City Council:
Marc T. Aveni*
Sheryl L. Bass
Ken D. Elston
Patricia E. Richie-Folks

School Board:
T. J. “Tim” Demeria*
Pamela J. Sebesky*
Sanford S. Williams*

City of Manassas Park www.cityofmanassaspark.us

City Council:
Preston M. Banks*
Michael Carrera
Suhas Naddoni*
Donald E. Shuemaker, Jr.*


* Incumbent

Friday, July 4, 2014

Prince William Board of County Supervisors Agenda‏ - July 8, 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 Bill Roberts, Christ Chapel Assembly of God,
Woodbridge

3. Approval of Minutes view A. RES - Approve Minutes of June 17, 2014

4. Consent Agenda

A. RES – Proclaim – July 2014 – Prince William County Parks
and Recreation Month – Debra Andrew – Department of Parks and Recreation 

B. RES - Proclaim – July 2, 2014 – 50th Anniversary Year –
Civil Rights Act of 1964 – Phyllis Aggrey – Human
Rights Commission 

C. RES – Proclaim – July 7-13, 2014 – Amateur Radio Week -
Supervisor Jenkins

D. RES – Commend/Resign – Congressman Gerald E. Connolly –
Member – Hylton Performing Arts Executive Board –
Supervisor Principi

E. RES – Commend/Resign – Ellen Ripper – Member – Library
Board – Supervisor Principi

F. RES – Commend – Posthumous Recognition – Colonel Edward P. Grier, Sr. – Supervisor Principi

G. RES – Commend – Yellow Cab of Prince William County – 36
Years of Service - Chairman Stewart 

H. RES - Accept – Revision of Existing Mutual Aid Agreement
for the Provision of Police Services in Prince William County and the City of Manassas and
Authorize the Chairman of the Board of County
Supervisors to Execute the Agreement – Stephan
Hudson – Police Department

I. RES – Approve – FY15 Arts Grants Disbursement as
Recommended by the Arts Grants Panel and the Parks and Recreation Commission – Debra Andrew – Department of Parks and Recreation

J. RES – Approve – Three Percent Pay for Performance
Adjustment for Constitutional Officers to be Effective July 1, 2014 – Michele Casciato – Office of Management and Budget

K. RES - Endorse – Virginia Department of Transportation
Brentsville Road Bridge Project and Road Closure –
Brentsville Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation

L. RES - Authorize – Street Name Change to Rename Rhett
Michael Court to Hawk Ridge Court – Brentsville
Magisterial District – Helen Walla – Department of Information Technology 

M. RES – Authorize – Public Hearing to Consider Dedication
of a Washington Gas Easement Across County-Owned Property Located at 1 County Complex Court for the Construction of a Gas Metering and Regulation
Station – Occoquan Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation

N. RES – Authorize – Public Hearing to Request the
Commonwealth Transportation Board to Examine
Restricting Through-Truck Traffic on Waterfall
Road/Hopewell Road, State Route 601 – Gainesville Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation

O. RES – Authorize – Public Hearing to Consider Tax-Exempt
Financing in the Amount of $497,182 Over a Seven-Year Period for Dumfries-Triangle Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. to Lease Purchase a 2015 E-One
Custom Rescue Squad to be Located at 18321
Jefferson Davis Highway, Triangle, Virginia – Potomac Magisterial District – Chief Miles Young – Dumfries-Triangle Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.

P. RES – Authorize – Execution of a Deed of Easement and
Memorandum of Understanding Between the Prince
William Board of County Supervisors and the City of Manassas for the Purpose of Obtaining Sanitary Sewer Service at Rollins Ford Park Via Connection to the City of Manassas Water Treatment Plant Facility – Brentsville Magisterial District –
Debra Andrew – Department of Parks and Recreation.

Q. RES – Authorize – Acceptance of Seized Vehicle from the
Department of Criminal Justice Services and
Authorize Auction of the Vehicle – Stephan Hudson
– Police Department

R. RES – Renew – Northern Virginia Workforce Investment 
Board Consortium Agreement and Authorize Signature by the Board Chairman – Janine Sewell – Department of Social Services

S. RES – Renew – Lease Agreement Between the Prince William 
Board of County Supervisors and Northern Virginia
Soccer Club for the League Storage Building at Ben
Lomond Park for a Five-Year Term – Debra Andrew –
Department of Parks and Recreation 

T. RES – Renew – Lease Agreement Between the Prince William
Board of County Supervisors and Northern Virginia
Soccer Club for the League Concessions Building at
George Hellwig Park for a Five-Year Term – Debra
Andrew – Department of Parks and Recreation 

U. RES – Amend – Position Classification Plan – Linda
Satlin – Human Resources
view Request - VDOT Accept Into Secondary Street System – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation

V. RES - Portions of Kite Way, Ladderbacked Drive, Swift
Way-Route 3964 and Broadwinged Drive-Route 3955
Located in the Meadows at Morris Farm Section 10
Subdivision – Brentsville Magisterial District

W. RES – Portions of Redtailed Court, Barn Owl Court and
Broadwinged Drive-Route 3955 Located in the
Meadows at Morris Farm Section 11 – Brentsville
Magisterial District

X. RES – Rollins Ford Road-Route 3500 – Brentsville
Magisterial District 
Budget Amendments – All Departments

Y. RES – Budget and Appropriate $5,000 from Friends of Manassas Senior Center and $25,000 from the City of Manassas, and Transfer $50,000 from Brentsville Magisterial District and $70,000 from Coles Magisterial District for a Total of $150,000 for an Automatic Fire Sprinkler System and to Establish a Capital Construction Project of a
1,725 Square Foot Addition to the Manassas Senior Center with the Required Automatic Fire Sprinkler System - Courtney Tierney – Area Agency on Aging

Z. RES – Budget and Appropriate $185,702 in State Funding
from the Commonwealth of Virginia to the Old Bridge Road Pedestrian Improvement Project –
Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation

AA. RES – Ratify – Department of Homeland Security 2013
Urban Areas Security Initiatives Grant Program
Application and Accept, Budget and Appropriate up to $121,625 for Swift Water Rescue Operational Sustainment Initiatives – Kevin McGee – Department of Fire and Rescue 

5. Citizens' Time

6. County Executive

7. County Attorney

A. RES - Authorize - Closed Meeting

8. Public Hearings 2:00 P.M.

A. RES – Dedication of Right-of-Way - Silver Lake Drive –
Consider dedication of right-of-way on public property located at 15800 Silver Lake Drive in Haymarket, Virginia to allow Tanning House Place to be considered for acceptance into the Virginia
State Secondary System – Curt Spear - County Attorney’s Office
view Authorize Condemnation and Exercise Quick-Take Powers –   Route 1 North Project - Authorize condemnation and   exercise quick-take powers to acquire property and   easements on 2021 Mellott Road, 2245 Merseyside Drive,   14544, 14550, 14904, 14906, 14908 and 15009 Jefferson Davis Highway in conjunction with the Route 1 North (Neabsco Mills Road to Featherstone Road) Project – Woodbridge Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser - Department of  Transportation

B. RES – Authorize – Condemnation and Exercise Quick-Take
Powers to Acquire Property and Easements on 2021
Mellott Road, Owned by Successor in Title to
Starlis F. Mellott in Conjunction with the Route 1
North (Neabsco Mills Road to Featherstone Road)
Project – Woodbridge Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation 

C. RES - Authorize – Condemnation and Exercise Quick-Take
Powers to Acquire Property and Easements on 2245 Merseyside Drive, Owned by Real Property Holding Prince William County, VA, LLC in Conjunction with
the Route 1 North (Neabsco Mills Road to
Featherstone Road) Project – Woodbridge
Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation 

D. RES - Authorize – Condemnation and Exercise Quick-Take
Powers to Acquire Property Located at 14544
Jefferson Davis Highway, Owned by Nina Galene
Craven, et al. T-C in Conjunction with the Route 1
North (Neabsco Mills Road to Featherstone Road)
Project – Woodbridge Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation 

E. RES - Authorize – Condemnation and Exercise Quick-Take
Powers to Acquire Property Located at 14550 Jefferson Davis Highway, Owned by Joseph E.
Bayliss in Conjunction with the Route 1 North
(Neabsco Mills Road to Featherstone Road) Project – Woodbridge Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation 

F. RES - Authorize – Condemnation and Exercise Quick-Take
Powers to Acquire Property and Easements on 14904
Jefferson Davis Highway, Owned by Unit Owners of
Woodbridge Medical Condominium in Conjunction with
the Route 1 North (Neabsco Mills Road to
Featherstone Road) Project – Woodbridge
Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation 

G. RES - Authorize – Condemnation and Exercise Quick-Take
Powers to Acquire Property and Easements on 14906
Jefferson Davis Highway, Owned by Woodbridge RE,
LLC in Conjunction with the Route 1 North (Neabsco
Mills Road to Featherstone Road) Project –
Woodbridge Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation 

H. RES - Authorize – Condemnation and Exercise Quick-Take
Powers to Acquire Property and Easements on 14908
Jefferson Davis Highway, Owned by Sareed Marefat and Roya Marefat in Conjunction with the Route 1 North (Neabsco Mills Road to Featherstone Road)
Project – Woodbridge Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation 

I. RES - Authorize – Condemnation and Exercise Quick-Take
Powers to Acquire Property and Easements on 15009
Jefferson Davis Highway, Owned by Conrad Tyree III and Diana L. Tyree in Conjunction with the Route 1 North (Neabsco Mills Road to Featherstone Road)
Project – Woodbridge Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation 

J. RES - Vacation and Conveyance of Unneeded Right-of-Way –  Spriggs Road - Consider vacation and conveyance of unneeded right-of-way along a portion of Spriggs Road, Route 643 on property owned by the Trustees for the Benefit of Grace Baptist Church, Dumfries
- Coles Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser -Department of Transportation

K. ORD - Restrict Through-Truck Traffic – Forest Lane, 
Woodside Drive, Walnut Street, Pratt Street, Sycamore Street and Overlook Drive – Consider adoption of an ordinance to request the Commonwealth Transportation Board to restrict 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

L. RES - Install Speed Tables – Edmonston Drive – Authorize
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 

9. Supervisors' Time

A. RES – Appoint – Scott A. Weible of 6067 Erinblair
Loop,Haymarket as the Regular Gainesville Magisterial District Representative to the Design and Construction Standards Manual/Zoning Ordinance Advisory Committee – Supervisor Candland

B. RES – Appoint - Johnathan W. Torres of 2055 Stargrass
Court, Woodbridge as an Alternate At-Large
Representative to the Prince William County
Committee for Persons with Disabilities (Disability
Services Board) – Supervisor May

C. RES – Appoint – First Sergeant Richard W. Noble of 8406
Kao Circle, Manassas as a Regular At-Large Law
Enforcement Representative to the Towing Ordinance
Advisory Board – Chairman Stewart

D. RES – Request – Virginia Department of Transportation to
Install Multi-Way Stop Signs at the Intersection of
Fincastle Drive at Pamplin Pipe Court – Potomac Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation

E. RES – Transfer, Budget and Appropriate $10,000 to the
Brentsville Jail Capital Project and $20,400 to the
Rollins Ford Park Capital Project from FY 2014
Brentsville Magisterial District Funds – Supervisor Covington

F. RES – Amend – Bull Run Mountain Service District Roadway
Maintenance Agreement to Re-Establish the Bull Run Mountain Road Advisory Committee - Chairman Stewart

G. RES – Establish – New Advisory Roads Committee for Bull
Run Mountain Service District to be Appointed by the Board of County Supervisors – Supervisor
Candland

H. RES – Direct – County Attorney to Make Freedom of
Information Act Request to United States Department of Homeland Security to Determine Status in the Deportation and Removal Process and Last Known Physical Whereabouts of Persons Taken into Custody by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Division from Prince William County from the Police
Department and/or Adult Detention Center Between July 1, 2008 and July 8, 2014 – Chairman Stewart

10. Closed Meeting

A. RES – Certify Closed Meeting

11. Adjourn Meeting

A. RES – Adjourn Meeting

July 20th Manssas Park Election Expo‏


Monday, June 30, 2014

Video: Virginia's Election Practices

The panel discussion at the 2014 LWV-VA Council Meeting, entitled "Virginia's Election Practices and the Presidential Commission of Election Administration Recommendations" is now available.

Sunday, June 29, 2014

Congress Must Act to Restore the Voting Rights Act

Washington, D.C. – “Today may be an anniversary but it is not a celebration,” said Elisabeth MacNamara, national President of the League of Women Voters. “It was one year ago that the U.S. Supreme Court gutted key provisions of the Voting Rights Act in Shelby County, Alabama v. Holder, leaving room for discrimination to gain an even better foothold at the ballot box.”

“Since then, the Voting Rights Amendment Act (VRAA) was crafted and introduced by a bipartisan group of legislators. The VRAA is a workable, commonsense solution that would modernize the elections process and protect voting rights against discrimination,” said MacNamara. “We have the solution. We just need Congress to continue to do its part and keep this legislative fix moving forward.”

“Today was an important step; the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on voting rights and discrimination. The end result of that discussion: we must pass the VRAA and quickly,” MacNamara continued. “We are hopeful and encouraged by today’s action. We all know that League members never give up, and they have already sent tens of thousands of letters to Congress in support of swift action on this bill.”

“The House of Representatives and the House leadership must follow the Senate’s lead and move this bill forward,” said MacNamara. “At a time when trust and belief in our elected leaders is weak, the VRAA is proof that elected officials can put aside politics to govern. Action in the House is needed quickly to prevent discrimination at the polls.”

“This fall, Americans across the country will head to the polls for the 2014 elections,” MacNamara said. “While unfortunately, there will be some voters that encounter discrimination in November, League members and others stand ready to help them get registered and vote. The VRAA is vitally important because it will help ensure equal access to the vote for all eligible voters and help fight against discrimination in voting.”

“Let’s use this occasion as motivation,” concluded MacNamara. “There is no better time than today to push the fight for equality at the ballot box closer to the finish line. Congress: Let’s get this done; let’s work to protect all eligible voters.”

Contact Kelly Ceballos at kceballos@lwv.org to find out more or to schedule an interview.

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