Saturday, April 19, 2014

Prince William Board of County Supervisors Agenda‏ - April 22, 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 Henry P. During, Jr., Star of Bethlehem Missionary
Baptist Church, Triangle

3. Approval of Minutes

A. RES - Approve Minutes of April 1, 2014

B. RES – Approve Minutes of April 8, 2014

4. Consent Agenda  view A. RES – Proclaim – April 22, 2014 – Earth Day – Thomas
Bruun – Public Works

B. RES – Proclaim – April 2014 – Arbor Month and April 25,
2014 – Prince William County Arbor Day – Thomas
Bruun – Public Works

C. RES – Proclaim – April 30, 2014 - Sons of the American
Revolution Day – Chairman Stewart

D. RES – Commend – Boy Scout Troop 1365 and Our Lady of
Catholic Angels Catholic Church – Golden
Anniversary of Service to Scouting – Chairman
Stewart

E. RES - Approve – Proposed Leases for Community Services
Mental Health Residential Services Homes at 8020 Portwood Turn, Manassas, Virginia 20109 and 10115 Parkington Court, Manassas, Virginia 20109 – Alan
Wooten – Community Services  

F. RES – Accept – Marine Corps Base Quantico Joint Land Use
Study – Chris Price – Planning

G. RES – Execute – Deed of Easement and Memorandum of
Agreement with Heritage Harbor Community
Association, Inc. to Allow Development of the
Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail – Potomac Magisterial District – Debbie Andrew – Department of Parks and Recreation
Budget Amendments – All Departments

H. RES – Transfer, Budget and Appropriate $214,217 in
Proffer Funds to the Department of Parks and
Recreation for Improvements Associated with the
Fuller Heights Park Project – Potomac Magisterial
District – Lisa Fink-Butler – Planning Office

I. RES – Transfer, Budget and Appropriate $1,495,000 in
Proffer Funds to the Department of Transportation and Establish a Capital Project for Improvements Associated with the George Hellwig Park Entrance
Road Realignment and Parking Lot Expansion – Lisa
Fink-Butler – Planning Office

J. RES – Transfer, Budget and Appropriate $30,000 from the
Prince William County Code Academy Fund Balance to the Prince William County Code Academy Operating Budget for Replacement of State Required Building
Code Books – Wade Hugh – Development Services 

K. RES – Budget and Appropriate $400,000 for Stonewall
Jackson Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad to Purchase a New 105-Foot Aerial Ladder Truck –
Gainesville Magisterial District – Richard Rubino – Stonewall Jackson Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad 

L. RES - Budget and Appropriate $11,379 in FY14 from
Criminal Forfeiture Fund Revenues (State) for the
Payment of Expert Witness Fees Associated with the
Prosecution of Criminal Matters – Paul Ebert –
Commonwealth’s Attorney 

5. Citizens' Time

6. County Executive

7. County Attorney

A. RES - Authorize - Closed Meeting

8. Supervisors' Time

A. RES – Appoint – Steven P. Grant of 13586 Rumsey Court,
Bristow, as a Regular At-Large Representative to the Board of Equalization – Supervisor Covington 

B. RES – Support - Good Shepherd Housing Foundation in the 
Amount of $80,000 From the Board’s Contingency 
Fund – Supervisor Principi

C.     - Budget Presentation – Chairman Stewart view D.     – Proposed Fiscal Year 2015 Budget – Supervisor Candland

9. Closed Meeting

A. RES – Certify Closed Meeting

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

11. Supervisors’ Time (Continued)

A.     – Budget Markup – Board of County Supervisors

12. Adjourn Meeting

A. RES – Adjourn Meeting

Friday, April 11, 2014

Prince William Board of County Supervisors Agenda‏ - April 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 Charles D. Stewart, Haymarket Baptist Church,
Haymarket

3. Citizens' Time

4. County Executive

A.     - Budget Recap – Michelle Casciato – Office of
Management and Budget

5. County Attorney

A. RES - Authorize - Closed Meeting

6. Presentations

A.     – Presentation – Prince William County’s Ongoing 
Transit Support – Al Harf - Potomac Rappahannock
Transportation Commission

B.     – Presentation – Northern Virginia Transportation 
Authority Funding – Thomas Blaser – Department of
Transportation 
DEPARTMENTS

7. Department of Information Technology

A.     – Presentation – Quarterly Technology Report –
Thomas McQuillan – Department of Information
Technology

8. Department of Parks and Recreation

A.     – Presentation – Trails and Fields Progress – Debbie
Andrew – Department of Parks and Recreation

9. Intergovernmental Report view

10. Supervisors' Time

A. RES – Appoint – Barbara DeChene of 14986 Alaska Road,
Woodbridge as the Woodbridge Magisterial District
Representative to the Library Board – Supervisor
Principi

B. RES – Appoint - Michael Williams of 15571 Lebourget
Court, Woodbridge as a Regular At-Large
Representative to the Equalization Board –
Supervisor Caddigan

C. RES – Appoint - Lori E. Leary of 4608 Spalding Drive,
Montclair as the Regular Potomac Magisterial
District Pet Owner Representative to the Animal Advisory Committee – Supervisor Caddigan 

D. RES – Appoint – Susan Jacobs of 10306 Godwin Drive,
Manassas as a Regular At-Large Representative to the Equalization Board – Supervisor Nohe

E. RES – Supplement – Motor Fuels Tax as Required to
Sustain Public Transportation Services –
Supervisor Principi

11. Closed Meeting

A. RES – Certify Closed Meeting

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

13. Public Hearings
Consolidated Public Hearings

A. ORD – Proffer Amendment #PLN2013-00259, Heritage Hunt–
Sims Property - To amend the proffers for PRA #PLN2002-00125 to allow a 14.5% increase in the land area to be used for residential purposes based on the original rezoning and with modifications.  The aggregate residential yield will not increase.  The site is located on the south side of Heathcote Blvd. ± 2,090 ft.
southeast of Catharpin Rd., identified as GPIN
7397-67-7321.  The site is zoned PMD, Planned
Mixed Use District, and is designated Regional
Employment Center (REC), and is part of the I-
66/Route 29 Sector Plan in the Comprehensive Plan
- Gainesville Magisterial District – Fran Burnszynski - Planning Office

B. ORD - Special Use Permit, #PLN2014-00167, Elite  Shooting Sports Indoor Range - To allow construction of a 65,000 sq. ft. indoor shooting range in the M-1, Heavy Industrial zoning district.  The ±4.4-acre site is located at 7751 Doane Dr., south of Doane Dr. and Balls Ford Rd.  The site is identified as GPIN 7597-41-8354 and is designated EI, Industrial Employment in the Comprehensive Plan - Gainesville Magisterial District – Stephen Donohoe - Planning Office

C. ORD - Special Use Permit #PLN2014-00192, Innovation Owners Association Gateway/Entry Signs - To allow a modification of the signage regulations for freestanding project gateway/entry signs in Innovation.  The signs will be located in the vicinity of the following intersections: Prince William Pkwy. & University Blvd. (GPIN 7695-04-
6671), University Blvd. & Hornbaker Rd. (GPIN
7595-88-6876), University Blvd. & Godwin Dr. and Hornbaker Rd. & Rt. 28 (GPIN 7695-04-6671).  The site is zoned PBD, Planned Business District, and located in the Technology Overlay District (TeOD). 
The site is designated REC, Regional Employment
Center, on the Long-Range Land Use Map -
Brentsville Magisterial District – Stephen Donohoe
- Planning Office

D. ORD - Rezoning #PLN2012-00153, Virginia Crane Rental -
To rezone ±2.76 acres from A-1, Agricultural, to M-1, Heavy Industrial, to allow the expansion of an existing crane rental facility as an interim use in the Technology Overlay District.  The site is located on the south side of Wellington Rd., approximately 2,000 ft. west of the intersection of Wellington Rd. and Freedom Center Blvd. and is identified as GPIN 7696-13-5211.  This property is zoned A-1, Agricultural, and is located in the HO,
Higher Education Office/R&D sub district in the
Innovation Sector Plan and Technology Overlay
District (TeOD) map.  The site is designated REC,
Regional Employment Center, in the Comprehensive
Plan - Brentsville Magisterial District – Stephen
Donohoe - Planning Office
Public Hearings
Standard Public Hearings

E. RES – Home Occupancy Certificate #PLN2014-00254,
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 #ZPA2014-03210, Hope Johnson, at 3769 Katie Pl.,
 GPIN 8188-82-9092 - Potomac Magisterial District
- Brian Wilson – Planning Office

F. RES - Comprehensive Plan Amendment #PLN2012-00229, Bell Property - To change the Long-Range Land Use designation in the Comprehensive Plan of ±126 acres from SRR, Semi-Rural Residential and ER,
Environmental Resource to SRL, Suburban
Residential Low and ER, Environmental Resource.
The site is located on the northwest side of
Catharpin Rd. approx. 900 feet north of its intersection with Fieldstone Way and is identified as GPINs 7398-96-4050 and 7398-76-8206 -
Gainesville Magisterial District – Stephen Donohoe
- Planning Office

G. RES - Rezoning #PLN2013-00080, Regency at Catharpin
Creek - To rezone ±102 acres from A-1,
Agricultural to PMR, Planned Mixed Residential to allow the development of an age-restricted community with a maximum of 208 single family detached homes.  The site is located on the northwest side of Catharpin Rd. approx. 900 feet north of its intersection with Fieldstone Way and is identified as GPINs 7398-96-4050(pt.) and 7398-76-8206(pt.).  There is a companion Comprehensive Plan Amendment (CPA #PLN2012-00229, Bell Property) which seeks to redesignate ±126 acres from SRR, Semi-Rural Residential and ER, Environmental
Resource to SRL, Suburban Residential Low and ER,
Environmental Resource - Gainesville Magisterial
District – Stephen Donohoe - Planning Office

H. RES - Comprehensive Plan Amendment #PLN2013-00184,
Reserve at Cannon Branch - To change the Long-
Range Land Use designation in the Comprehensive
Plan of ±10.7 acres from NC, Neighborhood
Commercial, to SRL, Suburban Residential Low.  The site is located on the west and south side of
Godwin Dr. at its intersection with Hastings Dr. adjacent to the City of Manassas, is identified on County maps as GPINs 7695-72-7899 (pt.) and 7695-
72-9468, and is located within the Airport Safety Overlay District.  This request is being processed concurrently with REZ #PLN2013-00372 - Coles Magisterial District – Scott Meyer - Planning
Office

I. ORD - Rezoning #PLN2013-00372, Reserve at Cannon Branch - To rezone ±14.4 acres from B-2, Neighborhood
Business, and A-1, Agricultural, to R-4, Suburban Residential.  The subject property is to be developed with up to 26 lots for single-family detached residential homes through the R-4 Suburban Cluster development standards.  The site is located on the west and south side of Godwin
Dr. at its intersection with Hastings Dr. adjacent to the City of Manassas.  The subject property is identified on County maps as GPINs 7695-72-7899 and 7695-72-9468, is designated NC, Neighborhood Commercial, and ER, Environmental Resource, in the
Comprehensive Plan, and is located within the
Airport Safety Overlay District.  This request is being processed concurrently with CPA #PLN2013-
00184 - Coles Magisterial District – Scott Meyer - Planning Office

J. ORD - Zoning Text Amendment #PLN2013-00340, Mandated Zoning Changes - To amend the following sections of the PWC Zoning Ordinance to incorporate the recent changes made to the Code of Virginia: Section 32-100 to revise the definition of cemetery, military installation and temporary family health care structures; Section 32-210.13 to revise the regulations for temporary family health care structures; Section 32-601.34 to allow for the adjustment or relocation of billboards; Section 32-700.60 to limit the notification requirements for large federal or state lands to the affected portion; and revise the notification requirements to military installations and Section 900.20 regarding Board of Zoning Appeals procedures - Countywide – Brian Wilson - Planning Office

K. ORD - Zoning Text Amendment #PLN2014-00243, HCOD
Changeable Copy Signs - To amend Section 32-250.24 Schedule B of the PWC Zoning Ordinance to allow changeable copy signs through a special use permit within a Highway Corridor Overlay District (HCOD) created prior to February 20, 1996 – Countywide – Brian Wilson - Planning Office

L. RES (Planning Commission requests Deferral)- Zoning Text Amendment #PLN2014-00273, Pet-Related Uses - To amend Article I – Definitions and
Article IV - Commercial, Office and Industrial Districts to define commercial pet-related uses and to permit such uses within commercial districts – Countywide – Nick Evers - Planning Office

14. Adjourn Meeting

A. RES – Adjourn Meeting

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Prince William Board of County Supervisors Agenda‏ - April 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 Joe Pisani, Grace Baptist Church, Woodbridge

3. Approval of Minutes

A. RES – Approve Minutes of March 11, 2014

B. RES - Approve Minutes of March 18, 2014

4. Consent Agenda  view A. RES – Proclaim – April 2014 – Child Abuse Prevention
Month – Janine Sewell – Department of Social
Services

B. RES – Proclaim – April 2014 – Fair Housing Month –
Elijah Johnson – Office of Housing and Community
Development and Phyllis Aggrey – Human Rights
Commission 

C. RES – Proclaim – April 13-19, 2014 – National Safety
Telecommunications Week – Stephan Hudson – Police Department and Kevin McGee – Department of Fire and Rescue 

D. RES – Approve - Memorandum of Understanding Between
Prince William County and the Northern Virginia
BMX Parents Association for Operation of the BMX
Track Located at the G. Richard Pfitzner Stadium Complex – Occoquan Magisterial District – Debbie Andrew – Department of Parks and Recreation

E. RES – Renew - Lease Agreement Between the Prince William
Board of County Supervisors and the Dumfries
District Little League for the League Building at
Ann Moncure Wall Park for a Five-Year Term –
Potomac Magisterial District – Debbie Andrew –
Department of Parks and Recreation 

F. RES – Award – Construction Contract in the Amount of
$449,850 to Southern Builders & Design, Inc., for
Renovation of Dawson Beach Transitional Housing
Units – Elijah T. Johnson – Office of Housing and
Community Development

G. RES – Authorize - Public Hearing to Consider Approving a
Lease with Milestone Tower Limited Partnership-III for Installation of a Telecommunications Monopole and Equipment Building Across County Property Located at Rollins Ford Park, 14500 Rollins Ford
Road, Nokesville, GPIN 7396-20-5289 – Brentsville
Magisterial District – Tom Bruun – Public Works
Request - VDOT Accept Into Secondary Street System – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation

H. RES – Extension of University Boulevard and Robertson
Drive – Brentsville Magisterial District
Budget Amendments – All Departments

I. RES – Budget and Appropriate $268,000 from Gainesville
Station 4 Fire Levy Sub-Fund for the Purchase of a
Medic Unit – Matt Smolsky – Department of Fire and
Rescue

J. RES – Transfer, Budget and Appropriate $170,842, including $85,443 from the County’s Capital Reserve Fund Balance, $80,000 from the Non-
Departmental Casualty Pool Insurance Budget and
$5,399 from the Fire and Rescue Special Levy
Capital Fund (Countywide) Fund Balance to Fund the
Biennial County Appraisal and Inventory Services
Project – Steven Solomon – Finance Department

K. RES - Transfer $632,800 Within the Solid Waste
Enterprise Capital Improvement Program Budget and
Award a Contract to Glover Construction Company,
Inc. for Construction of the Phase II, Cell C
Landfill Liner System in the Amount of $6,007,800
– Coles Magisterial District – Thomas Smith – Department of Public Works

L. RES – Authorize Execution of a County-State Agreement
for Local Administration of the Powells Creek Pedestrian Improvement Project with the Virginia
Department of Transportation and Budget and
Appropriate $553,000 in Transportation
Alternatives Program Funding and Transfer $142,000 in Transportation Roadway Improvement Program
Funding for the Powells Creek Pedestrian
Improvement Project – Woodbridge Magisterial
District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation

M. RES – Ratify Submission of the Application for the
Transurban-Fluor 95 Express Lane Community Grant Program and Accept, Budget and Appropriate $5,000 for Americans with Disabilities Access Improvements to Rippon Lodge Historic Site in
Anticipation of Grant Revenue – Woodbridge
Magisterial District – Brendon Hanafin – Public
Works

5. Citizens' Time

6. Budget Work Sessions

A.     – Presentation – Community Services Board – Roy
Coffey and Alan Wooten

B.     – Presentation – Library – Constance Gilman

C.     – Presentation – Police Department – Stephan Hudson view D.     – Presentation – Department of Fire and Rescue –
Kevin McGee

7. County Executive

8. County Attorney

A. RES - Authorize - Closed Meeting

9. Public Hearings 2:00 P.M.

A. RES - Consider Approving Lease - Telecommunications Monopole – Keytone Park - Consider approving a lease with Milestone Tower Limited Partnership-III for installation of a telecommunications monopole and equipment building across County property located at Keytone Park, 13449 Keytone Road, Woodbridge, Virginia 22193, GPIN 8092-96-0156 –
Neabsco Magisterial District – Tom Bruun - Public Works

B. ORD – DEFERRED FROM MARCH 11, 2014 MEETING – PUBLIC
HEARING WAS CLOSED: Special Use Permit #PLN2014-00106, Milestone Communications-AT&T at Keytone Park - To allow a 130-foot telecommunications facility consisting of a tree pole structure and fenced equipment compound at Keytone Park.  The subject site will be accessed off of Keytone Rd., is located ±575 ft. north of the intersection of
Kirkdale Dr. and Keytone Rd., is identified on
County maps as GPIN 8092-96-0156 (pt.), is zoned RPC, Residential Planned Community, and is designated P&OS, Parks & Open Space, in the Comprehensive Plan - Neabsco Magisterial District
– Scott Meyer - Planning Office

C. RES - Consider Sale of Bonds to Virginia Public School
Authority – Consider the sale of bonds to the Virginia Public School Authority to finance certain capital projects for school purposes and approve the application to the Virginia Public School Authority not to exceed $91,910,000 in bonds – Steven Solomon – Finance Department

Authorize Condemnation and Quick-Take Powers – Route 1 
North Project - Authorize Condemnation and Exercise Quick-
Take Powers to Acquire Property and Easements on 2314 
Potomac Club Parkway, 2021 Mellott Road, 14859 Build 
America Drive, 14647 and 15610 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

D. RES – Authorize Condemnation and Exercise Quick-Take
Powers to Acquire Property and Easements on 2314
Potomac Club Parkway, Owned by Potomac Club Owners
Association, Inc., 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 and Easements on 2021
Mellott Road, Owned by 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 

F. RES - Authorize Condemnation and Exercise Quick-Take
Powers to Acquire Property and Easements on 14859
Build America Drive, Owned by Unit Owners Association of Build America Seven, in Conjunction with the Route 1 North (Neabsco Mills Road to Featherstone Road) Project – Woodbridge
Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser – Department of Transportation 

G. (Withdrawn)

H. RES - Authorize Condemnation and Exercise Quick-Take
Powers to Acquire Property and Easements on 15610
Jefferson Davis Highway, Owned by Raminpour Gholan
Hossein in Conjunction with the Route 1 North
(Neabsco Mills Road to Featherstone Road) Project – Woodbridge Magisterial District – Thomas Blaser
– Department of Transportation
DEPARTMENTS

10. Department of Parks and Recreation

A. RES – Approve - Deed of Lease and Trail Agreement with
Lake Ridge Parks and Recreation Association for the Development of the East Side Trail – Occoquan Magisterial District – Debbie Andrew – Department of Parks and Recreation 

11. Supervisors' Time

12. Closed Meeting view A. RES – Certify Closed Meeting

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

14. Public Hearings 7:30 P.M.

A.     – Proposed Annual Budget - To Obtain Written and
Oral Comment from the Public Concerning the
Proposed Annual Budget for Fiscal Year 2015 as
Contained in the Proposed Fiscal Plan, the
Proposed 2014 Tax Rates, the Proposed FY 2015-2020
County Government and School Capital Improvement
Programs and the Proposed Solid Waste Fee Rates –
Board of County Supervisors

B.     – Building Development Fees - Consider Revisions to
the Building Development Fee Schedule - Submitted as Part of the Fiscal Year 2015 Budget Adoption Process

C.     – Land Development Fees - Consider Revisions to
Prince William County’s Land Development
Application Review and Inspection Fees and Land
Use Applications(Zoning, Rezoning and Special Use
Permit) Fees as Part of the FY15 Budget Adoption
Process 

D.     – Stormwater Management Fee - Consider a Stormwater
Management Fee increase of 3%, in accordance with
Sec. 15.2-2114, VA Code Ann., as part of the FY
2015 Budget Adoption Process 

15. Public Hearing 8:00 P.M.

A.     – Proposed Real Estate Property Tax Increase - To
Obtain Written and Oral Comment from the Public
Concerning the Proposed Real Estate Property Tax
Increase – Board of County Supervisors

16. Adjourn Meeting

A. RES – Adjourn Meeting

Final Action on the FY2015 Budget Adoption  and Property Tax Rate 
is Anticipated to Take Place 
During the Board Meeting of  Tuesday, April 29, 2014
7:30 P.M.
Board Chamber
McCoart Administration Building
One County Complex Court, Woodbridge

Proffers in Prince William County -- Proper, Punitive, or Paltry?‏

Prince William Committee of 100




 
"Proffers in Prince William County -- Proper, Punitive or Paltry?"
Thursday, April 17, 2014
 
Montclair Country Club
16500 Edgewood Drive
Montclair, VA 22025
    
         6:30 p.m.       Social Hour

7
:00 p.m.       Dinner
  7:45 p.m        Forum  
    PANELISTS:
    Mark Granville-Smith - Developer, Classic Concept Builder
    Martin Jeter - President, MIDCO 
    Chris Price - Director of Planning, Prince William County       
    Ralph Stephenson - Prince William Citizens for Balanced    
         Growth, pwcbg.org
   
   MODERATOR:
   Connie Moser, Prince William County award-winning  
         community activist    
 
   $25.00 for PWC-100 Members              
   $30.00 for Non-Members and Guests
  
   For Program Only: No reservation needed and no charge
   Cash Bar
   For Dinner
: Advance registration is required!
  
Dinner Reservation Deadline is Noon,  Monday, April 14   
  The Prince William County Committee of 100 provides a    
  non-partisan, educational forum to study essential interests,  
  problems and goals of the people of Prince William County,  
  Manassas and Manassas Park. To learn more about the  
  Prince William Committee of 100, visit us on the web:
  http://www.PWC100.org or find us on Facebook:    
 
Inclement Weather Policy
Our meeting cancellation policy follows that of the Prince William County Public School System. If inclement weather causes cancellation of classes, our program is also cancelled. If after-school activities are cancelled, our program is also cancelled. Information for school closing: 703-791-2776 (Select #3). 

Friday, March 28, 2014

Prince William Board of County Supervisors Agenda‏ - April 1, 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 7:30 P.M.

2. Budget Worksession

A.     – School Board – FY 15 Budget and Five-Year Plan Presentation

3. Citizens' Time

4. County Executive

5. County Attorney view A. RES - Authorize - Closed Meeting

6. Public Hearings – Continued from March 18

A. RES  DEFERRED FOR ACTION TO APRIL 1, 2014 (Public Hearing Was Closed): Consider Contract of Sale to Convey Utility Easement – Rollins Ford Park -
Consider entering a contract of sale to convey 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 and associated information and documentation is available for inspection – Susan Roltsch - Office of Executive Management 

7. Supervisors’ Time

A. RES - Amend - Adopted Schedule of Meetings for 2014, as
Specified in Resolution No. 14-04, by Changing the Date of the Budget Recap from April 8 to April 15, 2014 – Chairman Stewart

8. Closed Meeting

A. RES – Certify Closed Meeting

9. Adjourn

A. RES – Adjourn Meeting

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Community Leader Connie Moser to be Honored at LWV-VA Spring Awards Luncheon

Anne Sterling, President of the League of Women Voters of Virginia (LWV-VA), enthusiastically announces that resident and community leader Connie Moser will be honored at the March 22, 2014 LWV-VA Spring Awards Luncheon at the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Richmond.
 
Connie was nominated by the Prince William Area League.  Along with ten other outstanding citizens and leaders from across the Commonwealth, she will be recognized for significant contributions to “Making Democracy Work” locally and regionally.
 
Connie actively encourages and empowers others to participate in the democratic process at many levels in the Prince William area. She educates the community using several types of media in a manner that initiates and encourages civil dialogue and action on a wide range of public policy issues.  Her creative initiatives and community education efforts result in more well-informed voters and empowered citizens.  She is Making Democracy Work.
 
The celebration also will feature a presentation by Bob Gibson, Executive Director of The Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership at the University of Virginia. 
 
The public is invited to attend.  Information on reservations and other details are available at www.lwv-va.org and from the President of the Prince William Area League, Carol Noggle, at cnogg@comcast.net, 703-743-1831.