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The meeting was called to order at 9:55 a.m., with all Members being present, and with Chairman Davis presiding.

Others present were William J. Leidinger, County Executive; Robert L. Howell, Acting County Attorney; William Howland, Assistant to the County Executive; Viki L. Tippett, Deputy Clerk to the Board of Supervisors; and Patti M. Hicks, Deputy Clerk to the Board of Supervisors.

(NOTE: Theodore Austell, III, Executive Assistant to the County Executive, was absent from the entire meeting.)

2.NEWLY-APPOINTED COUNTY EXECUTIVE WILLIAM J.

LEIDINGER WELCOMED (Tape 1)

Chairman Davis warmly welcomed all Board Members and County staff to the Board meeting following the Board's August Recess. In particular, he warmly welcomed William J. Leidinger, County Executive, to his first Board meeting since his appointment as County Executive.

3.I-18 - PROPOSED FAIRFAX COUNTY TESTIMONY ON THE

ADDENDUM TO THE 1990 EDITION OF THE VIRGINIA

UNIFORM STATEWIDE BUILDING CODE (Tape 1)

Chairman Davis called the Board's attention to Information Item 18 - Proposed Fairfax County Testimony on the Addendum to the 1990 Edition of the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code.

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 requesting authorization for the Department of Environmental Management (DEM) staff to present testimony at the Virginia Board of Housing and Community Development (VBHCD) public hearing scheduled for 10:00 a.m. today in accordance with the outline included in the Board Package. Additionally, DEM staff will present testimony at the public hearing on fire-retardant plywood as directed by the Board at its meeting held on August 3, 1992.

Supervisor Frey moved that the Board direct DEM staff to testify at the VBHCD public hearing today at 10:00 a.m. in accordance with the Board Package item. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Alexander.

Following discussion, with input from Irving Birmingham, Director, DEM, regarding exempting churches and private clubs from compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the question was called on the motion which carried by unanimous vote, Supervisor Bulova, Supervisor Hanley, and Supervisor Hyland recording their dissension on that portion of the testimony regarding ADA exemptions for churches and private clubs.

Supervisor Hanley asked unanimous consent that the Board forward this item to the Commission for Disabled Persons for its review and recommendation. Without objection, it was so ordered.

4.PROCLAMATION PRESENTED TO THE COUNCIL

OF THE ARTS (Tape 1)

Supervisor McConnell moved approval of the presentation of the Proclamation, presented to Phillip Reilly, Fairfax County Council of the Arts:

·Proclaiming February 28, 1993 as "ARTS DAY" in Fairfax County;

·Calling upon the citizens of Fairfax County to support this day by participating in the Telethon, co-sponsored by the partnership of Media General Cable, Channel 10, and the Fairfax County Council of the Arts; and

·Supporting the arts organizations being showcased and all of the arts of Fairfax County.

This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hanley and carried by unanimous vote.

5.RESOLUTION SALUTING THE JUNIOR LEAGUE OF

NORTHERN VIRGINIA, INCORPORATED; THE URBAN

LEAGUE OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA; VIRGINIA

POWER; THE WOMEN'S CENTER; AND INOVA

HEALTH SYSTEMS (Tape 1)

Supervisor Berger moved adoption of the Resolution, presented to the following recipients, saluting The Junior League of Northern Virginia, Incorporated; The Urban League of Northern Virginia; Virginia Power; The Women's Center; and INOVA Health Systems for their efforts in providing job training and placement opportunities for displaced workers, homeless, and residents of Northern Virginia shelters:

·Dr. Janet Kerr-Tener, Community Vice-President,

The Junior League of Northern Virginia;

·Julie Hershorn, Job Fair Chairman,

The Junior League of Northern Virginia;

·Aubrey Tarkington, Division Manager,

Community and Governmental Affairs,

Virginia Power;

·George Lambert, Chief Executive Officer,

The Urban League of Northern Virginia;

·Wayne Butcher, Employment Coordinator,

The Urban League of Northern Virginia;

·Judith Mueller, Executive Director,

The Women's Center;

·Knox Singleton, President,

INOVA Health Systems; and

·Eileen Welch, Assistant Director of Community Affairs,

INOVA Health Systems.

This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hyland and carried by a vote of nine, Supervisor Alexander being out of the room.

Other individuals in attendance for today's ceremony were: Elizabeth Walsh, Community Programs Vice-President, and Janet Kreutter, Job Fair Committee, The Junior League of Northern Virginia.

6.CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATION RECOGNIZING THE

EMPLOYEES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL

MANAGEMENT (DEM), COUNTY BUILDING AND CODE

ENFORCEMENT BRANCH, FOR THEIR VOLUNTEER EFFORTS

WITH THE NATIONAL BUILDING OFFICIALS AND CODE

ADMINISTRATORS (BOCA) ORGANIZATION (Tape 1)

Supervisor Hyland moved approval of the Certificates of Appreciation, presented to the following employees of the Department of Environmental Management (DEM), County Building and Code Enforcement Branch, for their continued personal commitment to the construction code profession and through their volunteer work with the National Building Officials and Code Administrators (BOCA) Organization:

·Ernest L. Lester, Chief Plumbing Inspector;

·Shahriar Amiri, Assistant Chief, Plan Review Branch;

·Kathy Spinks, Field Supervisor, Combination

Inspection Branch;

·Terry Moore, Senior Electrical Inspector;

·Carole Retzlaff, Senior Electrical Inspector;

·Richard Elliott, Chief Electrical Inspector;

·James Lowery, Engineer, Plan Review Branch;

·James Moore, Senior Plumbing Inspector;

·Dennis McNaughton, Engineer, Plan Review Branch; and

·Joseph Bertoni, Chief Building Inspector.

This motion was jointly seconded by Supervisor Frey and Supervisor McConnell.

Supervisor Frey, Chairman of the Board's Building and Development Regulation Enforcement Subcommittee, expressed his appreciation to the staff for their outstanding performance, in particular their performance in coordination with BOCA.

The question was called on the motion which carried by unanimous vote.

Chairman Davis relinquished the Chair to Vice-Chairman McConnell and asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to place in each individual's personnel file a copy of the commendation. He further expressed his appreciation to each individual for their outstanding performance. Without objection, it was so ordered.

Vice-Chairman McConnell returned the gavel to Chairman Davis.

7.PRESENTATION OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF

COUNTIES (NACO) ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS TO COUNTY

AGENCIES (Tape 1)

Chairman Davis and Supervisor Hyland presented the National Association of Counties (NACo) Achievement Awards to the following Fairfax County agencies. A description of each program is contained in Information Item Five of today's Board Package. County staff were present to receive the awards on behalf of their respective agencies:

·Adopt-A-Family Program - Department of Community Action (DCA). The following individuals were recognized for their participation in the Program:

*Sandra S. Lowe, Executive Director, DCA;

*Susan Everett, Program Analyst, DCA;

*Alice Morris, Senior Program Analyst, DCA;

*Trudy Brisendine, Director, Planning, DCA;

*Bernard Warren, Director, Program

Evaluation, DCA;

*Sandy Stingl, Freddie Mac;

*Mr. Kevin Feik;

*Mr. Howard Houghton;

*Captain James Beadle;

*Tom Schwartz, E.M.T. Fairfax County Fire

Department - Bicycle Program;

*Eileen Welch, NOVIC People in Action

Program;

*Dorolyn Cotton, Community Action Advisory

Board (CAAB);

*Rayma Miles, CAAB; and

*Jo Ann Feder, CAAB.

·YIMBY (Yes in My Backyard) Recycling Program - Department of Public Works (DPW). The following individuals were recognized for their participation in the Program:

*Richard Boes, DPW;

*Colleen Burroughs, DPW; and

*Nancy Corrigall, Extension Agent,

Department of Extension and

Continuing Education.

·Volunteer Building Director Program - Department of Recreation and Community Services (DRCS). The following individuals were recognized for their participation in the Program:

*W. Michael Kendrick, Director, DRCS;

*Raymond E. Graham, Deputy Director, DRCS;

and

*Jan H. Nelson, Supervisor, Community

Activities, DRCS.

Supervisor Hyland, State Representative to NACo, expressed his appreciation to each individual for their outstanding performance on the programs.

8.PRESENTATION ON TREATMENT WORKS MONTH (Tape 1)

Jody Krekel, Vice-Chairman, Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB), briefed Board Members on Treatment Works Month.

Ms. Krekel announced that the National Coalition on Alcohol and Drug Issues, with the support from Federal agencies, Office of Treatment Improvement, and the National Institute on Drug Abuse, have designated September 1992 as "TREATMENT WORKS MONTH."

As a token of appreciation, clients of Alcohol and Drug Services designed and presented each Board Member with a Certificate of Recognition to express their appreciation for Fairfax County's assistance in drug treatment.

On behalf of the Board, Chairman Davis expressed his appreciation for the outstanding performance of the CSB and its staff.

Supervisor Alexander announced that within the next few months the County would be breaking ground for the new Crossroads facility that would replace the old facility near the Huntington Metro Station site.

9.PRESENTATION OF PLAQUE TO RICHARD A. KING,

FORMER ACTING COUNTY EXECUTIVE (Tape 1)

(VERBATIM)

Supervisor McConnell moved approval of the presentation of a plaque, presented to former Acting County Executive Richard A. King, expressing the Board's appreciation for his performance as Acting County Executive from January 1991 until September 1992. This motion was jointly seconded by Supervisor Alexander and Supervisor Bulova.

Following comments by individual Board Members and a brief statement by Mr. King, the question was called on the motion which carried by unanimous vote.

Chairman Davis relinquished the Chair to Vice-Chairman McConnell and asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to prepare and forward to Mr. King a verbatim transcript of the Board's comments. Without objection, it was so ordered.

Vice-Chairman McConnell returned the gavel to Chairman Davis.

10.10:00 A.M. - PH ON THE COUNTY AND SCHOOLS'

FISCAL YEAR (FY) 1992 CARRYOVER REVIEW

TO AMEND THE APPROPRIATION LEVEL IN THE

FY 1993 REVISED BUDGET PLAN (Tapes 1-5)

(SAR)

(FPR)A Certificate of Publication was filed from the Editor of the Washington Post showing that notice of said public hearing had been duly advertised in that Newspaper in the issue of August 27, 1992.

(Tape 1)

Chairman Davis stated that on Friday, September 11, 1992, Sheriff Carl R. Peed had received information from the State Compensation Board. He relinquished the Chair to Vice-Chairman McConnell and asked unanimous consent that the Board, upon his arrival to the Board Room this morning, afford Sheriff Peed the opportunity to brief the Board regarding this matter. Without objection, it was so ordered.

(NOTE: Following the public hearing, Chairman Davis briefed the Board on this issue. See Page Eight of the Clerk's Board Summary for this announcement.)

Vice-Chairman McConnell returned the gavel to Chairman Davis.

Following a brief staff presentation by James P. McDonald, Deputy County Executive for Management and Budget, the Board proceeded with the public hearing on the County and Schools' Fiscal Year (FY) 1992 Carryover Review to amend the Appropriation Level in the FY 1993.

(Tape 2)

Speaker Number Three (Mr. Mike Mohler), expressed his appreciation to Richard A. King, former Acting County Executive, for his leadership during the past year and welcomed the newly-appointed County Executive, William J. Leidinger. On behalf of the Fairfax County Professional Firefighters, Local 268, Mr. Mohler expressed his appreciation to the citizens of Fairfax County for their support of the Muscular Dystrophy Drive.

Mr. Jerry Naeve and Ms. Harriet Strankman

Welcomed to Board Room and Government

Center

Following the testimony by Speaker Number Nine (Mr. Larry Fowler), Supervisor Bulova recognized the presence in the Board Room of visiting family members of Florence Naeve, her Administrative Assistant. She warmly welcomed Mrs. Naeve's husband, Jerry, and his mother, Ms. Harriet Strankman, who is visiting from Arizona.

(Tape 3)

Following the testimony by Speaker Number 16 (Ms. Geneva Cox), who stated that it has been called to her attention that County staff has determined, based on the County's budget plan, that it has justification for acquiring the earned interest on monies that the Department of Housing and Community Development bring into the County, including those funds that are collected in security deposits, Dr. McDonald briefed Board Members on the policy regarding security deposits.

Supervisor Bulova asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to review the issue of returning security deposits with interest and report with recommendations. Without objection, it was so ordered.

In response to a query by Supervisor Dix, Dr. McDonald stated that the policy had been discussed with Board Members and County agencies.

Supervisor Hyland asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to report with the documentation (during the period of December 1991- January 1992) regarding the Board's discussion and action on the policy. Without objection, it was so ordered.

Following the public hearing, which included testimony by 20 speakers, Chairman Davis briefed Board Members that Sheriff Peed had notified him last Friday evening that the Fairfax County Sheriff's Office had been awarded $701,000 by the State Compensation Board for this current fiscal year. He stated that this is the largest amount ever approved in Virginia. This action is not reflected in the package today and Chairman Davis stated that the adjustment would be made in January. On behalf of the Board, he commended Sheriff Peed on his outstanding performance on this issue.

A question-and-answer period ensued among Board Members, with input by Dr. McDonald.

Supervisor Trapnell asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to report with information regarding appropriations for the Clark House. Without objection, it was so ordered.

Chairman Davis distributed to Board Members, documentation entitled, "Board Motions, FY 1992 Carryover Review." He suggested that the Board proceed with Motions One through Three and begin its amendments with Motion Four and the four requests for consideration items.

Motion One:

Supervisor Alexander moved approval of Supplemental Appropriation Resolution (SAR) AS 93021 and Amendment to Fiscal Planning Resolution (FPR) AS 93901 which includes expenditure authorization for FY 1992 Carryover encumbrances, unencumbered items, unexpended capital projected balances, prior board decisions, and administrative adjustments identified in the County and School's FY 1992 Carryover Review which results in a Combined General Fund balance of $20.80 million. This motion was seconded by Chairman Davis and carried by unanimous vote.

Motion Two:

Supervisor Alexander moved appropriation of Federal/State grants including $8.95 million in carryover of unexpended balances and additional adjustments. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Bulova and CARRIED by a recorded vote of nine, Supervisor Hyland voting "NAY."

Motion Three:

Supervisor Alexander moved approval of adjusting the Managed Reserve to maintain the reserve at two percent of total Combined General Fund Disbursements based on the actions taken by the Board as part of the FY 1992 Carryover Review. This motion was seconded by Chairman Davis and carried by unanimous vote.

Motion Four:

Supervisor Alexander moved that, in compliance with the FY 1994 Budget Guidelines Resolution approved by the Board on August 3, 1992, that the Board approve maintaining the remaining available balance in a set aside reserve. This motion was seconded by Chairman Davis.

C-4 - Fees at Citizens Disposal Facilities

and Solid Waste Reduction and Recycling

Centers (Parkouts) (Countywide):

Supervisor Alexander called to the Board's attention Consideration Item Four - Fees at Citizens Disposal Facilities and Solid Waste Reduction and Recycling Centers (Parkouts) (Countywide).

The Board next considered an Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 requesting consideration of an evaluation of issues related to the new fee program at the Citizen Disposal Facilities and the permit system at the Solid Waste Reduction and Recycling Centers.

Supervisor Hyland moved that the Board take NO action on this item. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Frey and carried by unanimous vote.

C-5 - Bond Referendum Public Information

Program:

Supervisor Alexander called to the Board's attention Consideration Item Five - Bond Referendum Public Information Program.

The Board next considered an Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 requesting consideration of options for a public information program for the fall transportation bond referendum.

Supervisor Alexander moved that the Board approve Alternative Two (which includes all of Alternative One as well as a bond pamphlet mailed to all households in the County) in the amount of $65,000. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Bulova and carried by unanimous vote.

Supervisor Alexander called to the Board's attention, the four requests for consideration items contained in Chairman Davis' handout:

1.Staff support for the Environmental $44,237

Advisory Council (EQAC)

2.Soil Scientist position in the $43,300

Department of Extension and

Continuing Education

3.Funding for various Extension $200,000

and Continuing Education Programs

4.Funding for various Department of $208,000

Consumer Affairs Programs

Supervisor Alexander stated that later in the meeting, action would be taken on the proposed amendment to the lease with the Saudi Islamic Academy for the Walt Whitman Intermediate School. He called to the Board's attention that on numerous occasions, Supervisor Hyland had indicated that there is approximately $1 million left over from this lease and that this $1 million should be used for funding of these consideration items. Supervisor Alexander announced his intent, later in the meeting, to request Supervisor Hyland to restate his request, in the form of a motion, so that these items would be funded from that $1 million.

Chairman Davis suggested that the Board defer its consideration on these items until September 21, 1992 because he would not be present in the Board Room this afternoon.

(Tape 4)

Following further discussion, Supervisor Berger moved that the Board DENY funding in the Carryover for the four consideration items (refer to Page 10 of the Clerk's Board Summary for these items). This motion was seconded by Supervisor Frey.

Supervisor Bulova moved to amend the motion that the Board vote seriatimly on these consideration items, and this was accepted.

Following further discussion, Chairman Davis relinquished the Chair to Vice-Chairman McConnell and moved a substitute motion that the Board defer its consideration on these items until Midyear Review in January. This motion was seconded by Vice-Chairman McConnell.

Supervisor Hanley asked that the substitute motion be amended that the Board vote seriatimly on the deferral of these consideration items until the Midyear Review, and this was accepted.

Seriatim Votes:

The question was then called to DEFER consideration of funding until Midyear Review on:

1.Staff support for the Environmental $44,237

Advisory Council (EQAC)

which FAILED by a recorded vote of eight, Supervisor Hanley and Chairman Davis voting "AYE."

Supervisor Davis WITHDREW his substitute motion that the Board defer its consideration on these items until Midyear Review.

Vice-Chairman McConnell returned the gavel to Chairman Davis.

Having withdrawn the substitute motion, the questions were then called on the main motion (Supervisor Berger's) to not fund the following consideration items in the Carryover, as amended by Supervisor Bulova to call the question by seriatim vote.

The question was then called to not fund:

1.Staff support for the Environmental $44,237

Advisory Council (EQAC)

which CARRIED by a recorded vote of six, Supervisor Alexander, Supervisor Bulova, Supervisor Hanley, and Supervisor Hyland voting "NAY."

The question was then called to not fund:

2.Soil Scientist position in the $43,300

Department of Extension and

Continuing Education

which CARRIED by a recorded vote of eight, Supervisor Alexander and Supervisor Hyland voting "NAY."

The question was then called to not fund:

3.Funding for various Extension $200,000

and Continuing Education Programs

which CARRIED by a recorded vote of eight, Supervisor Alexander and Supervisor Hyland voting "NAY."

The question was then called to not fund:

4.Funding for various Department of $208,000

Consumer Affairs Programs

which CARRIED by a recorded vote of six, Supervisor Alexander, Supervisor Bulova, Supervisor Hanley, and Supervisor Hyland voting "NAY."

Chairman Davis called for other items to be considered for funding.

In response to a query, Chairman Davis announced, for the record, that funding had been approved earlier in the meeting for Consideration Item Five - Bond Referendum Public Information Program (refer to Page 10 of the Clerk's Board Summary for this action).

C-7 - Funding for Extension of Water

Service to the Clifton Forest Subdivision

(Springfield District):

Supervisor McConnell called the Board's attention to Consideration Item Seven - Funding for Extension of Water Service to the Clifton Forest Subdivision (Springfield District).

Supervisor McConnell moved that the Board approve funding for the extension of water service to the Clifton Forest Subdivision in the amount of $281,000. This motion was seconded by Chairman Davis and carried by unanimous vote.

Following a clarification by Supervisor McConnell, who stated, for the record, that Fairfax County will be providing a portion of the payment up front, Dr. McDonald responded that the amount paid will be deducted from the balance.

With regard to the Clifton Forest water situation, Supervisor Frey expressed concern that there are other permits being granted in that area. He stated that currently there is insufficient legislative authority to deny permits in this area based on the knowledge that there is insufficient water table. Accordingly, he moved that the Board refer this issue to its Legislative Subcommittee for its review and recommendation to request State enabling legislation that would allow the County to withhold permits in the area.

Chairman Davis relinquished the Chair to Vice-Chairman McConnell and asked that the motion be amended to include language that if the County delivers permits, that individuals in that area be notified of the situation in the Clifton Forest Subdivision, and this was accepted.

Vice-Chairman McConnell returned the gavel to Chairman Davis.

Supervisor McConnell seconded Supervisor Frey's motion, as amended, and, the question was called on the motion, as amended, which carried by unanimous vote.

Supervisor Bulova moved that the Board approve funding in the Carryover in the amount of $1,800 for a publication on the history of Annandale.

Following discussion, with input from James P. Zook, Director, Office of Comprehensive Planning (OCP), it was the consensus of the Board that funding for the publication be found within OCP.

The motion died for the lack of a second.

(Tape 5)

C-6 - Weekly Agenda Subscription Fee

Waivers:

Supervisor Hyland called to the Board's attention Consideration Item Six - Weekly Agenda Subscription Fee Waivers. He moved that the Board approve funding in the amount of $15,600. This motion was seconded by Chairman Davis and CARRIED by a recorded vote of nine, Supervisor Berger voting "NAY."

Supervisor Hanley called to the Board's attention the situation of the community affected by the Pickett Road Tank Farm spill. There are approximately 100 citizens in this community on well water and, even though there has been no contamination to the well water, she stated that this situation has been very difficult for these citizens.

Accordingly, Supervisor Hanley moved that the Board appropriate an additional $100,000 to begin the process to provide public water to the citizens of the Mantua Development. This was seconded by Chairman Davis and carried by a unanimous vote.

A-9 - Authorization for the Fairfax-Falls

Church Community Services Board to Provide

Residential Services for Eight Consumers

with Mental Retardation at the Braddock

Road Group Homes Funded by State and

Community Based Medicaid Waiver Funding:

Chairman Davis called to the Board's attention Action Item Nine - Authorization for the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB) to Provide Residential Services for Eight Consumers with Mental Retardation at the Braddock Road Group Homes Funded by State and Community Based Medicaid Waiver Funding.

Chairman Davis relinquished the Chair to Vice-Chairman McConnell and moved that the Board authorize the CSB to provide residential services for eight additional consumers with mental retardation at the Braddock Road group homes. The second to this motion was inaudible.

Following discussion, with input from staff, the question was called on the motion which carried by unanimous vote.

Vice-Chairman McConnell returned the gavel to Chairman Davis.

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11.10:30 A.M. - APPOINTMENTS TO THE 1992 BOND

REFERENDUM COMMITTEE (Tape 5)

(APPTs)

Supervisor Alexander moved the appointment of Mr. Robert J. Heittman as the Lee District Representative to the 1992 Bond Referendum Committee.

Supervisor Berger moved the appointment of Ms. Nancy Falck as the Dranesville District Representative to the 1992 Bond Referendum Committee.

Supervisor Bulova moved the appointment of Mr. R. Warren Eisenhower as the Braddock District Representative to the 1992 Bond Referendum Committee.

Chairman Davis moved the appointment of Mr. Stephen Blake as the At-Large Representative to the 1992 Bond Referendum Committee.

Supervisor Dix moved the appointment of Mr. John M. Palatiello as the Centreville District Representative to the 1992 Bond Referendum Committee.

Supervisor Frey moved the appointment of Mr. Sidney R. Steele as the Sully District Representative to the 1992 Bond Referendum Committee.

Supervisor Hanley moved the appointment of Mr. Franklin L. Spielberg as the Providence District Representative to the 1992 Bond Referendum Committee.

Supervisor McConnell moved the appointment of Mr. David Albo as the Springfield District Representative to the 1992 Bond Referendum Committee.

Supervisor Trapnell moved the appointment of Mr. Jack Rust as the Mason District Representative to the 1992 Bond Referendum Committee.

These motions were seconded by Supervisor Hanley and carried by unanimous vote.

The Board also confirmed the following appointments to the 1992 Bond Referendum Committee:

·Mr. Newton Rucker as the Countywide Black Citizens Association Representative;

·Mr. Thomas Hyland as the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce Representative; and

·Mr. George Smith as the Federation of Citizens Association Representative.

(It was noted for the record that the League of Women Voters will submit its nominee after its meeting scheduled for September 23, 1992.)

Supervisor Bulova moved that the Transportation Advisory Board be officially invited to be speakers for this Referendum. The second to this motion was inaudible. The question was called on the motion which carried by unanimous vote.

12.ADMINISTRATIVE ITEMS (Tape 5)

Supervisor Hanley moved approval of the Administrative Items. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Bulova and carried by unanimous vote.

ADMIN 1 - APPROVAL OF WATER MAIN EXTENSION,

EDGEHILL COURT-HUNTINGTON COMMONS (LEE DISTRICT)

Approved the request for extension of an eight-inch water main to be located in Fairfax County Water Authority (FCWA) easements on the Brownie Academy property (Edgehill Court-Huntington Commons), Lee District. The proposed main will provide adequate water supply for domestic use and fire protection service to meet Fairfax County standards.

ADMIN 2 - STREETS INTO THE SECONDARY SYSTEM

(CENTREVILLE AND SULLY DISTRICTS)

(R)Approved the request that certain streets listed in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 be recommended for acceptance into the State Secondary System.

ADMIN 3 - DISCONTINUANCE OF MAINTENANCE AND

ACCEPTANCE OF A REALIGNED PORTION OF GUINEA

ROAD (ROUTE 651) (BRADDOCK DISTRICT)

(Rs)Adopted Resolutions concurring with:

·The discontinuance of maintenance of a portion of Guinea Road (Route 651), Braddock District; and

·The acceptance of the realigned portion of Guinea Road into the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Secondary System of Highways.

ADMIN 4 - ADDITION OF REALIGNED PROSPERITY

AVENUE INTO THE STATE SECONDARY SYSTEM AND

RENUMBERING OF THE OLD PORTION AS ROUTE 8700

(PROVIDENCE DISTRICT)

(Rs)Adopted Resolutions concurring with:

·The acceptance of the realigned portion of Prosperity Avenue, Providence District, into the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Secondary System of Highways; and

·Renumbering of the old portion of Prosperity Avenue as Route 8700.

ADMIN 5 - AUTHORIZATION TO ADVERTISE A PUBLIC

HEARING TO CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF AN AMENDMENT

TO THE CODE OF THE COUNTY OF FAIRFAX, CHAPTER 4

(TAXATION AND FINANCE), SECTION 4-1-3 (RECORDATION

AND PROBATE), TO LEVY A LOCAL PROBATE TAX

(A)Authorized the advertisement of a public hearing to be held before the Board of Supervisors on October 26, 1992 at 4:00 p.m. on a proposed amendment to the Code of the County of Fairfax, Chapter 4 (Taxation and Finance), Article 1:

·Section 4-1-3 (Recordation and Probate), to impose and collect at the time of probate, as provide in Virginia Code Section 58.1-1712 and 58.1-3805, a tax on the probate of wills or grant of administration equal to one-third the State tax collected thereon. A local tax at one-third of the State rate will yield three and one-third cents per one hundred dollars of the assessable estate. This tax shall be collected by the Clerk of the Circuit Court in accordance with State law; and

·Proposed housekeeping changes to two other sections in Article 1.

ADMIN 6 - AUTHORIZATION TO ADVERTISE AN

AMENDMENT TO THE CODE OF THE COUNTY OF

FAIRFAX, CHAPTER 82 (MOTOR VEHICLES AND

TRAFFIC), SECTION 82-1-6 (ADOPTION OF

STATE LAW)

(A)Authorized the advertisement of a public hearing to be held before the Board of Supervisors on October 5, 1992 at 3:30 p.m. on a proposed amendment to the Code of the County of Fairfax, Chapter 82 (Motor Vehicles and Traffic), Section 82-1-6 (Adoption of State Law), to readopt actions of the 1992 General Assembly, to become effective upon adoption by the Board.

13.A-1 - DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF MEDICAL

STANDARDS AND PHYSICAL ABILITIES TESTS FOR

UNIFORMED PUBLIC SAFETY POSITIONS (Tape 5)

On motion of Supervisor McConnell, seconded by Supervisor Bulova, and carried by unanimous vote, the Board concurred in the recommendation of staff and authorized the Health Department and the Office of Personnel to proceed with the issuance of an RFP (Request-for-Proposal) for the development and validation of medical standards and physical abilities tests for uniformed public safety positions to satisfy the requirements of the American with Disabilities Act (ADA).

14.A-2 - DESIGNATION OF PLANS EXAMINERS STATUS

UNDER THE EXPEDITED LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW

PROGRAM (Tape 5)

On motion of Supervisor Frey, seconded by Supervisor Alexander, and carried by unanimous vote, the Board concurred in the recommendation of staff and designated the following individuals, identified with their registration numbers, as Plans Examiners to participate in the Expedited Land Development Review Program and to place one current Plans Examiner in inactive status pursuant to the recommendation of the Advisory Plans Examiner Board (APEB):

Designated Plans Examiners:

·Fred D. Ameen, Jr. (95)·Standish P. Kugler (96)

·Thomas L. Fitzpatrick (97)·Dean H. Meyers (99)

·Zia U. Hassan (98)·Delelegne Tirfie (94)

Inactive Status:

· David H. Steigler (81)

15.A-3 -CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH LOCAL

ORDINANCES (Tape 5)

Supervisor Hyland asked unanimous consent that the Board defer action on Action Item Three - Certification of Compliance with Local Ordinances until September 21, 1992. Without objection, it was so ordered.

16.A-4 - APPROVAL OF A REVISED SERVICE AGREEMENT

BETWEEN THE COUNTY AND THE INOVA HOSPITALS

(Tape 5)

Supervisor McConnell disclosed for the record that as a member of the INOVA Board she is required to attend overnight conferences paid for by the INOVA Board and this could be considered a benefit.

Supervisor Hyland disclosed for the record that he too is a member of the INOVA Board which provides breakfast at morning meetings and expenses paid by the system for conferences attended.

Chairman Davis disclosed that his wife is a practicing gynecologist at Fairfax Hospital. He stated that he would abstain from motions pertaining to the Hospital.

Supervisor Hanley moved that the Board concur in the recommendation of staff and approve a revised service agreement between the County of Fairfax and INOVA Health Systems (IH) to add one Senior Eligibility Worker (S-17, 1/1.0 SYE) at Mount Vernon Hospital. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Alexander and carried by a recorded vote of nine, Chairman Davis abstaining for reasons stated-above.

17.A-5 - OFFICE FOR CHILDREN APPLICATION FOR A

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

GRANT FOR A HEAD START COMPREHENSIVE CHILD

DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (Tape 5)

On motion of Supervisor Hanley, seconded by Supervisor Alexander, and carried by unanimous vote, the Board concurred in the recommendation of staff and approved the Office for Children (OFC) to apply for a grant from the Department of Health and Human Services for a Head Start Comprehensive Child Development Program in the amount of $1,442,326 to be awarded in Fiscal Year (FY) 1993.

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18. A-6 - OFFICE FOR CHILDREN APPLICATION FOR

CHILD CARE QUALITY ENHANCEMENT GRANTS FROM

THE VIRGINIA COUNCIL ON CHILD DAY CARE AND

EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS (Tape 6)

On motion of Supervisor Alexander, seconded by Supervisor Hanley, and carried by unanimous vote, the Board concurred in the recommendation of staff and approved the submission of grant applications by the Office for Children (OFC) to the Virginia Council on Child Day Care and Early Childhood Programs.

19.A-7 - SUBMISSION OF DIRECT SERVICE ADDENDUM

TO LOCAL PLANNING ALLOCATIONS GRANT (Tape 6)

On motion of Supervisor Hyland, seconded by Supervisor Alexander, and carried by unanimous vote, the Board concurred in the recommendation of staff and approved the submission of a grant application by the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB) to the Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services (DMHMRSAS), in the amount of $58,009, to establish a direct service position and fund services to families.

20.A-8 - SUBMISSION OF A PROPOSAL FOR CO-

PARENTING OF A MULTI-HANDICAPPED CHILD

TO THE CONSORTIUM ON CHILD MENTAL HEALTH

(Tape 6)

Supervisor Hyland moved that the Board concur in the recommendation of staff and approve the submission of a proposal by the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB) to the Interagency Pool for Severely Emotionally Disturbed Children - State Consortium on Child Mental Health for a funding initiative for the co-parenting of a multi-handicapped child. This motion was jointly seconded by Supervisor Alexander and Supervisor Hanley.

Following a brief discussion among Board Members, the question was called on the motion which carried by unanimous vote.

21.A-9 - AUTHORIZATION FOR THE FAIRFAX-FALLS

CHURCH COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD (CSB) TO

PROVIDE RESIDENTIAL SERVICES FOR EIGHT

CONSUMERS WITH MENTAL RETARDATION AT THE

BRADDOCK ROAD GROUP HOMES FUNDED BY STATE

AND COMMUNITY BASED MEDICAID WAIVER FUNDING

(No Tape)

(NOTE: Earlier in the meeting, the Board considered Action Item Nine. See Clerk's Summary Item CL#10.)

22.A-10 - AMENDMENTS TO THE COUNTY'S CLASSIFICATION

AND COMPENSATION PLANS - HORTICULTURAL TECHNICIAN

(Tape 6)

Supervisor Alexander moved that the Board concur in the recommendation of staff and approve the amendments to the County's Classification and Compensation Plans necessary to establish a merit Horticultural Technician Class at a Grade S-13-2 ($22,872-$33,716). This motion was seconded by Supervisor Frey and carried by unanimous vote.

Supervisor Hyland called to the Board's attention the issue of reclassification and moved that the Board:

·Direct the Acting Director, Office of Personnel, to report regarding the positions affected by an increase in salary, after the time the Board froze salaries, in order to determine the increase's consistency with the Board's adopted Policy;

·Consider rescinding the increases, if they are found to be inconsistent with Board Policy; and

·Direct staff to report regarding the date of the Board action, if the increases were approved by the Board.

This motion was jointly seconded by Supervisor Alexander and Supervisor Bulova and carried by unanimous vote.

23.A-11 - SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION RESOLUTION

(SAR) AS 93024 FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN

DEVELOPMENT TO ACCEPT ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR

THE CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT

(CCDBG) PROGRAM (Tape 6)

(SAR)On motion of Supervisor Alexander, seconded by Supervisor Hanley, and carried by unanimous vote, the Board concurred in the recommendation of staff and approved Supplemental Appropriation Resolution (SAR) AS 93024, in the amount of $339,064, for the Department of Human Development to accept additional funding for the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) Program.

24.C-1 - CONSIDERATION OF RFP(S) (REQUEST-

FOR-PROPOSALS) FOR A CONSULTANT TO

ASSIST WITH THE POSSIBLE PRIVATIZATION

OF SPECIFIED COUNTY ACTIVITIES (Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 requesting consideration of RFP(s) (Request-for-Proposals) for a consultant to assist the County in:

·Preparing solicitations for possibly contracting out County activities in the three areas previously specified by the Board; and

·Analyzing current costs and service levels for these activities to provide a basis for comparison with private sector bids or proposals.

Following a brief discussion among Board Members, Supervisor Berger recognized the presence of Dr. Mark Crane, Chairman, and Don Boone, Representative, Privatization Committee, in the Board Room and stated that they were available to respond to questions.

In response to a query from Supervisor Alexander, Fred K. Kramer, Director, Office of General Services, clarified that it was determined in this situation that the most efficient way to analyze costs would be to study bids received from the private sector in response to an RFP and at the same time, study in-house costs.

Dr. Crane concurred with Mr. Kramer that issuing an RFP and receiving bids would be the best method to determine the costs for the private sector.

In response to a query from Chairman Davis, Dr. Crane clarified that the RFP would be structured in a way that would enable County employees to also submit bids.

Supervisor McConnell moved Board approval of the RFP for a consultant to assist the County in preparing solicitations and analyzing costs and service levels for these activities. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Berger.

In response to a query from Supervisor Hanley, Supervisor Berger clarified that the motion is to approve the RFP contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992.

Following a query from Supervisor Hanley, Mr. Kramer clarified that if the costs reflected in the RFP responses are not at least 10 percent below the County's costs to provide the service, this would be inconsistent with Supervisor Berger's August 3, 1992 motion.

In response to a query from Supervisor Hanley, Dr. Crane stated that the RFPs will request cost information based on the level of service equal to that now being provided.

Supervisor Frey asked that the motion be amended to allow flexibility to firms submitting bids to respond with a bid on only one of the functional areas (building maintenance, fleet vehicle maintenance or school aged child care), and this was accepted.

Chairman Davis relinquished the Chair to Vice-Chairman McConnell and asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to report with an Information Item containing the RFP(s), as prepared by the consultant in coordination with County staff and the Privatization Committee, for the privatization of the three functional areas prior to issuance of the RFP(s). Without objection, it was so ordered.

Vice-Chairman McConnell returned the gavel to Chairman Davis.

The question was called on the motion, as amended, which carried by unanimous vote.

25.C-2 - CHANGES IN FAIRFAX COUNTY'S PROCUREMENT

PROCESS FOR COMPETITIVE NEGOTIATIONS RECOMMENDED

BY KPMG PEAT MARWICK (Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 requesting consideration of changes in Fairfax County's procurement process concerning the competitive negotiation method of procurement, as detailed in the KPMG Peat Marwick letter to the Board of Supervisors dated June 1, 1992.

Supervisor Dix moved that the Board approve the changes in Fairfax County's procurement process concerning the competitive negotiation method of procurement. This motion was jointly seconded by Supervisor Alexander and Supervisor Frey and carried by unanimous vote.

26.RECESS/EXECUTIVE SESSION (Tape 6)

At 1:45 p.m., Supervisor Dix moved that the Board recess and go into Executive Session for discussion of matters set forth in the Agenda as well as for discussion of actual and probable litigation and other specific legal matters requiring the provision of legal counsel, as well as:

·Settlement of Annandale Associates Limited versus the Board of Supervisors of Fairfax County, At Law Number 106047.

This motion was seconded by Supervisor Trapnell and carried by unanimous vote.

At 3:35 p.m., the Board reconvened in the Board Room with all Board Members present, with the exception of Chairman Davis, and with Vice-Chairman McConnell presiding.

27.ACTIONS FROM EXECUTIVE SESSION (Tape 6)

A.CERTIFICATION BY BOARD MEMBERS

REGARDING ITEMS DISCUSSED IN

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Supervisor Bulova moved that the Board of Supervisors certify that, to the best of their knowledge, only public business matters lawfully exempted from the open meeting requirements prescribed by the Virginia Freedom of Information Act and only matters identified in the motion to convene Executive Session were heard, discussed or considered by the Board during the Executive Session. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hyland and carried by a vote of nine, Chairman Davis being out of the room.

B.BETTY LOGAN VERSUS FAIRFAX COUNTY

PARK AUTHORITY, ET AL., AT LAW

NUMBER 108664

Supervisor Hyland moved that the Board authorize settlement in the case of Betty Logan versus Fairfax County Park Authority, et al., At Law Number 108664, according to the terms and conditions outlined by the Acting County Attorney in Executive Session. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Alexander and carried by a vote of nine, Chairman Davis being out of the room.

C.FILING OF SUIT AGAINST RYSON HOME

SERVICES, INCORPORATED, AND RELATED

ENTITIES FOR VIOLATIONS OF CONSUMER

PROTECTION ACT

Supervisor Hyland moved that the Board authorize the filing of a law suit against Ryson Home Services, Incorporated, and Related Entities for Violations of the Consumer Protection Act, as recommended by the Acting County Attorney in Executive Session. This motion was jointly seconded by Supervisor Alexander and Supervisor Berger and carried by a vote of nine, Chairman Davis being out of the room.

D.ANNANDALE ASSOCIATES LIMITED VERSUS

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF FAIRFAX

COUNTY, AT LAW NUMBER 106047

Supervisor Trapnell moved that the Board authorize settlement of Annandale Associates Limited versus Board of Supervisors of Fairfax County, At Law Number 106047, according to the terms and conditions outlined by the Acting County Attorney in Executive Session. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Bulova and carried by a vote of nine, Chairman Davis being out of the room.

(NOTE: Later in the meeting, there was an additional action from Executive Session. See Clerk's Summary Item CL#73E.)

28.C-3 - DISCLOSURE OF INTERESTS STATEMENTS AND

DISCUSSIONS WITH PROSPECTIVE VENDORS (Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 requesting consideration of appropriate procedures to ensure that actual and potential conflicts of interests in the procurement process are revealed. The Board is requested to consider:

·Disclosure of interests statements for members of selection advisory committees and offerors of proposals; and

·Formalizing the appropriate limits of discussions with prospective vendors.

Supervisor Alexander moved that the Board concur in the recommendation of staff and approve:

·Disclosure of interests statements for members of selection advisory committees and offerors of proposals; and

·Formalization of the appropriate limits of discussions with prospective vendors.

This motion was jointly seconded by Supervisor Bulova and Supervisor Hanley.

Supervisor Dix moved a substitute motion that the Board defer action on Consideration Item Three until Chairman Davis is present, either later in the day or at the next Board meeting. The second to this motion was inaudible.

Supervisor Hyland asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to report regarding:

·Legality of a firm providing a campaign contribution to a Supervisor after that firm has contacted the Supervisor requesting information about providing a service to the County and then becomes the successful bidder on the contract for that service;

·Disclosure requirements that are necessary for the receipt of such a contribution; and

·Appearance of accepting contributions under such circumstances.

Without objection, it was so ordered.

Supervisor Alexander withdrew his motion to concur in the recommendation of staff.

The question was then called on the motion to defer which carried by a vote of nine, Chairman Davis being out of the room.

(NOTE: No additional action was taken on this item.)

29.C-4 - FEES AT CITIZENS DISPOSAL FACILITIES

AND SOLID WASTE REDUCTION AND RECYCLING

CENTERS (PARKOUTS) (COUNTYWIDE) (No Tape)

(NOTE: Earlier in the meeting, action was taken on Consideration Item Four. See Clerk's Summary Item CL#10.)

30.C-5 - BOND REFERENDUM PUBLIC INFORMATION

PROGRAM (No Tape)

(NOTE: Earlier in the meeting, action was taken on Consideration Item Five. See Clerk's Summary Item CL#10.)

31.C-6 - WEEKLY AGENDA SUBSCRIPTION FEE

WAIVERS (No Tape)

(NOTE: Earlier in the meeting, action was taken on Consideration Item Six. See Clerk's Summary Item CL#10.)

32.C-7 - FUNDING FOR EXTENSION OF WATER SERVICE

TO THE CLIFTON FOREST SUBDIVISION (SPRINGFIELD

DISTRICT) (No Tape)

(NOTE: Earlier in the meeting, action was taken on Consideration Item Seven. See Clerk's Summary Item CL#10.)

33.I-1 - CHANGE IN HOURS OF OPERATION FOR

CERTAIN PUBLIC COUNTERS IN THE DIVISION

OF INSPECTION SERVICES (DIS), DEPARTMENT

OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT (DEM), AND

THE ZONING ADMINISTRATION DIVISION,

OFFICE OF COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING (OCP)

(Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 presenting the change in hours of operation for certain public counters to close at 4:00 p.m. instead of 4:30 p.m. beginning October 15, 1992, in the Division of Inspection Services (DIS), Department of Environmental Management (DEM), and the Zoning Administration Division (ZAD), Office of Comprehensive Planning (OCP).

Supervisor Frey announced that he will be scheduling a meeting with the Development Policy Committee to address this issue, as well as other changes in service as a result of budget cuts.

Discussion ensued among Board Members, with input from Irving Birmingham, Director, DEM.

34.I-2 - DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS (VA)

PROPOSAL TO RELY UPON DEPARTMENT OF

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT (DEM) INSPECTIONS

FOR THE VA HOME LOAN PROGRAM (Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 requesting authorization for staff to:

·Participate in the Department of Veterans Affairs' (VA) testing of the feasibility of relying on local municipal construction inspections; and

·Report to the Board with the results of the pilot for appropriate direction thereafter.

The staff was directed administratively to proceed as proposed.

35.I-3 - DELINQUENT REAL ESTATE TAX ACCOUNTS

(Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 presenting a list of delinquent real estate tax accounts presently in the Office of the County Attorney for collection.

36.I-4 - BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' MEETING SCHEDULE

FOR CALENDAR YEAR 1993 (Tape 6)

(CLERK)

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 requesting authorization for staff to use the meeting calendar, enclosed in the Board Package, for the purpose of scheduling for the period of January through December 1993. At the first meeting in January 1993, staff will report with the 1993 meeting calendar for Board adoption.

Following discussion among Board Members, with input from William O. Howland, Jr., Executive Assistant to the County Executive, Supervisor Hyland moved that the Board direct staff to reschedule the January 4, 1993 meeting to January 11, 1993. This motion was jointly seconded by Supervisor Trapnell and Vice-Chairman McConnell and carried by a vote of nine, Chairman Davis being out of the room.

The staff was directed administratively to proceed as proposed with the above modification.

37.I-5 - FAIRFAX COUNTY WINS THREE NATIONAL

AWARDS (Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 announcing that Fairfax County has won three 1992 National Association of Counties (NACo) Achievement Awards for innovative programs. The awards were presented at NACo's annual conference held on July 8 through July 11, 1992.

NACo awards presented to Fairfax County are as follows:

·Department of Public Works for the YIMBY (Yes, in My Backyard!) Recycling Program;

·Department of Recreation and Community Services for the Volunteer Building Director Program; and

·Department of Community Action for the Adopt-A-Family Program.

38.I-6 - RE-ACCREDITATION OF THE FAIRFAX COUNTY

ADULT DETENTION CENTER BY THE NATIONAL

COMMISSION ON CORRECTIONAL HEALTH CARE

(Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 announcing the re-accreditation of the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center by the National Commission on Correctional Health Care.

39.I-7 - ROAD BOND PROGRAM - BOARD OF

SUPERVISORS' MONTHLY STATUS REPORT

FOR AUGUST, 1992 (Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 presenting the Road Bond Program, Board of Supervisors' monthly status report for August 1992.

40.I-8 - HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE PROGRAM

(COUNTYWIDE) (Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 requesting authorization for staff to proceed with the Household Hazardous Waste Program as outlined in the Board Package.

The staff was directed administratively to proceed as proposed.

41.I-9 - STATUS REPORT - PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO

THE CODE OF THE COUNTY OF FAIRFAX, CHAPTER 118

(CHESAPEAKE BAY PRESERVATION ORDINANCE) (Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 presenting a status report on the proposed amendment to the Code of the County of Fairfax, Chapter 118 (Chesapeake Bay Preservation Ordinance).

42.I-10 - LOAN OF LAW LIBRARY BOOKS TO THE

COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FROM THE OFFICE

OF THE SHERIFF (Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 announcing that the Sheriff's Office has agreed to loan surplus legal research books to the County Attorney's Office for an indefinite period.

(NOTE: Later in the meeting, there was additional consideration of Information Item 10. See Clerk's Summary Item CL#75.)

43.I-11 - INVITATION TO VISIT THE HARTWELL AND

CENTREVILLE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES (MOUNT

VERNON AND SULLY DISTRICTS) (Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 inviting Members of the Board, their staff, and others interested in taking a "Works-in- Progress" tour of the Hartwell and Centreville Archaeological sites. Interested individuals may arrange the tour by contacting the Heritage Resources Branch of the Office of Comprehensive Planning (OCP).

Supervisor Hyland expressed his appreciation to staff for his memorable visit to the Hartwell site and he also explained the project to the students present in the Board Room.

ADDITIONAL BOARD MATTER

44.RECOGNITION OF STUDENTS FROM ROBINSON HIGH SCHOOL

(Tape 6)

Vice-Chairman McConnell recognized the presence of students from Robinson High School in the Board Room and warmly welcomed them.

45.I-12 - GRANT FOR PUBLIC OUTREACH PROGRAM IN

SUPPORT OF PLANNING FOR THE PRESERVATION OF

GEORGETOWN PIKE (DRANESVILLE DISTRICT)

(Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 requesting authorization for the History Commission to:

·Accept a grant for the Public Outreach Program in support of planning for the preservation of Georgetown Pike; and

·Work with staff of the Heritage Resources Branch of the Office of Comprehensive Planning (OCP) to plan the meetings and the publications described in the Board Package.

The staff was directed administratively to proceed as proposed.

46.I-13 - AWARD OF CONTRACT - CONSULTANT

SERVICES FOR FAIRFAX COUNTY LEGISLATIVE

INITIATIVES (Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 requesting authorization for the Purchasing Agent to award a contract to Gold and Liebengood to provide consulting services for Fairfax County legislative initiatives. The negotiated contract does not exceed the amount of $100,000 which is currently budgeted for lobbyist activities.

The staff was directed administratively to proceed as proposed.

(NOTE: Later in the meeting further discussion was held regarding this item. See Clerk's Summary Item CL#68.)

47.I-14 - AWARD OF CONTRACT - "AS REQUIRED"

ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR

MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL RENOVATIONS (Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 requesting authorization for the Purchasing Agent to award a contract to SWSG Consulting Engineers for "as required" architectural/engineering services for mechanical/electrical renovations as outlined in the Board Package.

The staff was directed administratively to proceed as proposed.

48.I-15 - CONTRACT AWARD - MARSHALL DRIVE

ROAD AND STORM DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS

(MASON DISTRICT) (Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 requesting authorization for staff to award a contract to Atler B. Stanley and Sons, Incorporated, in the amount of $25,874.85, for the Marshall Drive road and storm drainage improvements and, reallocate funds as outlined in the Board Package.

The staff was directed administratively to proceed as proposed.

49.I-16 - CONTRACT AWARD, WEST OX ROAD EXTENSION

(SULLY DISTRICT) (Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 requesting authorization for staff to award a contract to Faught Construction Company, Incorporated, in the amount of $465,060, for the West Ox Road extension.

Supervisor Frey asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to reflect that this project is now located in the Sully District. Without objection, it was so ordered.

The staff was directed administratively to proceed as proposed with the above modification.

50.I-17 - PROVIDER NETWORK IN CONTRACT

PC20034910A (Tape 6)

The Board next considered an Information Item contained in the Memorandum to the Board dated September 14, 1992 presenting the results of an evaluation of the scope and distribution of network providers offered by Prudential under the Managed Health Care Contract PC20034910A.

51.I-18 - PROPOSED FAIRFAX COUNTY TESTIMONY ON THE

ADDENDUM TO THE 1990 EDITION OF THE VIRGINIA

UNIFORM STATEWIDE BUILDING CODE (No Tape)

(NOTE: Earlier in the meeting, this item was presented to Board Members. See Clerk's Summary Item CL#3.)

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52.3:30 P.M. - PH ON A PROPOSAL TO ABANDON A

PORTION OF FOX MILL ROAD (ROUTE 665)

(CENTREVILLE DISTRICT) (Tape 7)

(O)A Certificate of Publication was filed from the Editor of the Washington Post showing that notice of said public hearing had been duly advertised in this Newspaper in the issues of August 27 and September 3, 1992.

Following the public hearing, Supervisor Dix moved adoption of the Order abandoning a portion of Fox Mill Road, located between Lawyers Road (Route 673) and Reston Parkway (Route 602). This motion was seconded by Supervisor Berger and carried by a vote of six, Supervisor Alexander, Supervisor Frey, Supervisor Hanley, and Chairman Davis being out of the room.

53.3:30 P.M. - PH ON REZONING APPLICATION

RZ 89-Y-072 (MICHELE STANCO, CHARLES R.

WILSON, SR. AND CHARLES R. WILSON, JR.)

(SULLY DISTRICT) (Tape 7)

Mr. Vincent A. Tramonte, II, reaffirmed the validity of the affidavit for the record.

Mr. Tramonte had filed the necessary notices showing that at least 25 adjacent and/or interested persons had been notified of the date and hour of this public hearing and he proceeded to present his case.

Following the public hearing, Lorrie Kirst, Senior Staff Coordinator, Zoning Evaluation Division, Office of Comprehensive Planning, presented the staff and Planning Commission recommendations.

Supervisor Frey moved that the Zoning Ordinance as it applied to the property which is the subject of Rezoning Application RZ 89-Y-072 be amended from the R-1 and Water Supply Protection Overlay Districts to the R-3 and Water Supply Protection Overlay Districts subject to the execution of proffers dated September 4, 1992. This motion was seconded by Vice-Chairman McConnell and carried by a vote of eight, Supervisor Alexander and Chairman Davis being out of the room.

54.3:30 P.M. - PH ON REZONING APPLICATION

RZ 90-V-059 (SILVERBROOK CONSORTIUM

LIMITED PARTNERSHIP) (MOUNT VERNON

DISTRICT) (Tape 7)

Ms. Lynne J. Strobel reaffirmed the validity of the affidavit for the record.

Ms. Strobel had filed the necessary notices showing that at least 25 adjacent and/or interested persons had been notified of the date and hour of this public hearing and she proceeded to present her case.

Following the public hearing, Supervisor Hyland moved to waive the reading of the staff and Planning Commission recommendations. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Berger and carried by a vote of seven, Supervisor Alexander, Supervisor Hanley, and Chairman Davis being out of the room.

Supervisor Hyland moved that the Zoning Ordinance as it applied to the property which is the subject of Rezoning Application RZ 90-V-059 be amended from the R-1 District to the C-8 District subject to the execution of proffers dated July 16, 1992. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Berger and carried by a vote of seven, Supervisor Frey, Supervisor Hanley, and Chairman Davis being out of the room.

Supervisor Hyland moved waiver of the minimum lot size requirements. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Berger and carried by a vote of seven, Supervisor Frey, Supervisor Hanley, and Chairman Davis being out of the room.

55.3:30 P.M. - PH ON SPECIAL EXCEPTION AMENDMENT

APPLICATION SEA 87-M-118 (EXXON COMPANY, USA)

(MASON DISTRICT) (Tape 7)

Mr. William H. Hansbarger reaffirmed the validity of the affidavit for the record.

Mr. Hansbarger had filed the necessary notices showing that at least 25 adjacent and/or interested persons had been notified of the date and hour of this public hearing and he proceeded to present his case.

Following the public hearing, Gregory Chase, Staff Coordinator, Zoning Evaluation Division, Office of Comprehensive Planning, presented the staff and Planning Commission recommendations.

Supervisor Trapnell moved approval of Special Exception Amendment Application SEA 87-M-118 subject to the revised development conditions dated June 19, 1992. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Dix and CARRIED by a recorded vote of five, Supervisor Hyland voting "NAY," Supervisor Alexander, Supervisor Berger, Supervisor Hanley, and Chairman Davis being out of the room.

56.3:30 P.M. - PH ON THE SALE OF COUNTY-OWNED

PROPERTY TO THE DEVONSHIRE TOWNHOMES

ASSOCIATION (LEE DISTRICT) (No Tape)

(NOTE: This public hearing has been cancelled because the prospective buyer is no longer interested in acquiring the property.)

57.4:00 P.M. - PH ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CODE

OF THE COUNTY OF FAIRFAX, CHAPTER 4 (TAXATION AND

FINANCE), ARTICLE 14 (EXEMPTION OF REAL ESTATE

TAXES), SECTION 4-14-5 (AMOUNT OF EXEMPTION)

(Tape 7)

(O)A Certificate of Publication was filed from the Editor of the Washington Post showing that notice of said public hearing had been duly advertised in this Newspaper in the issues of August 27 and September 3, 1992.

Following the public hearing, Supervisor Hanley moved adoption of the amendment to the Code of the County of Fairfax, Chapter 4 (Taxation and Finance), Article 14 (Exemptions for Real Estate Taxes), Section 4-14-5 (Amount of Exemption). This amendment will become effective January 1, 1993. This motion, the second to which was inaudible, carried by a vote of six, Supervisor Alexander, Supervisor Berger, Supervisor Dix, and Chairman Davis being out of the room.

58.4:00 P.M. - PH ON SPECIAL EXCEPTION

APPLICATION SE 92-M-004 (EXXON

CORPORATION) (MASON DISTRICT)

(Tape 7)

Mr. Jay du Von reaffirmed the validity of the affidavit for the record.

Mr. du Von had filed the necessary notices showing that at least 25 adjacent and/or interested persons had been notified of the date and hour of this public hearing and he proceeded to present his case.

Following the public hearing, which included testimony by three speakers, Lorrie Kirst, Senior Staff Coordinator, Zoning Evaluation Division, Office of Comprehensive Planning, presented the staff and Planning Commission recommendations.

Supervisor Trapnell moved approval of Special Exception Application SE 92-M-004 subject to the revised development conditions dated July 7, 1992, with particular emphasis on Development Condition Number 11, which reads as follows:

·"11. The hours of operation shall be limited to 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m."

This motion was seconded by Supervisor Alexander and CARRIED by a recorded vote of seven, Supervisor Hyland voting "NAY," Supervisor Hanley and Chairman Davis being out of the room.

59.4:00 P.M. - PH ON SPECIAL EXCEPTION APPLICATION

SE 92-Y-006 (YORK LIMITED PARTNERSHIP)

(SULLY DISTRICT) (Tape 7)

Mr. Francis A. McDermott reaffirmed the validity of the affidavit for the record.

Supervisor Trapnell disclosed that an attorney with the firm of Hunton and Williams is an agent for her husband and she departed the Board Room.

Mr. McDermott had filed the necessary notices showing that at least 25 adjacent and/or interested persons had been notified of the date and hour of this public hearing and he proceeded to present his case.

Following the public hearing, Lorrie Kirst, Senior Staff Coordinator, Zoning Evaluation Division, Office of Comprehensive Planning, presented the staff and Planning Commission recommendations.

Supervisor Frey moved approval of Special Exception Application SE 92-Y-006 subject to the revised development conditions dated August 14, 1992. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Bulova and carried by a vote of six, Supervisor Dix, Supervisor Hanley, Supervisor Trapnell, and Chairman Davis being out of the room.

Supervisor Frey moved that the Board direct staff, as expeditiously as possible, to examine the conflict in the Zoning Ordinance with regard to the location of fast food restaurants in the PDH District versus the PDC District. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Bulova and carried by a vote of seven, Supervisor Dix, Supervisor Trapnell, and Chairman Davis being out of the room.

60.4:00 P.M. - PH ON SPECIAL EXCEPTION

APPLICATION SE 92-V-019 (PRATAP SINGH)

(MOUNT VERNON DISTRICT) (Tapes 7-8)

Mr. Pratap Singh reaffirmed the validity of the affidavit for the record.

Mr. Singh had filed the necessary notices showing that at least 25 adjacent and/or interested persons had been notified of the date and hour of this public hearing. Ms. Geeta Ahuja, an agent for Mr. Singh, proceeded to present his case.

Following the public hearing, which included testimony by two speakers, Mary Ann Godfrey, Staff Coordinator, Zoning Evaluation Division, Office of Comprehensive Planning, presented the staff and Planning Commission recommendations.

Supervisor Hyland moved:

·Approval of Special Exception Application SE 92-V-019 subject to the development conditions dated September 8, 1992; and

·Waiver of the 10 day waiting period for a plumbing permit, if required by

Article 18-603.

This motion was seconded by Supervisor Alexander and carried by unanimous vote.

61.4:00 P.M. - BOARD DECISION ON THE ACQUISITION OF

CERTAIN EASEMENTS NECESSARY FOR THE CONSTRUCTION

OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SITE COLLOCATION

(SULLY DISTRICT) (Tape 8)

(R)(NOTE: The public hearing was held on August 3, 1992 and Board Decision deferred until September 14, 1992.)

A Certificate of Publication was filed from the Editor of the Washington Post showing that notice of said public hearing had been duly advertised in this Newspaper in the issues of July 16, and July 23, 1992.

Supervisor Frey moved adoption of the Resolution authorizing the acquisition of easements necessary for the construction of Project 008051 - Criminal Justice Site Collocation. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hanley and CARRIED by a recorded vote of seven, Supervisor Hyland voting "NAY," Supervisor Alexander and Supervisor McConnell being out of the room.

62.4:00 P.M. - PH ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE

LEASE WITH THE SAUDI ISLAMIC ACADEMY FOR THE

FORMER WALT WHITMAN INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

(MOUNT VERNON DISTRICT) (Tape 8)

A Certificate of Publication was filed from the Editor of the Washington Post showing that notice of said public hearing had been duly advertised in this Newspaper in the issues of August 27 and September 3, 1992.

Following the testimony by two speakers, Supervisor Hyland recognized the presence of Dr. Saud, the Administrator of the Saudi Islamic Academy, and warmly welcomed him to the Board Room. Supervisor Hyland, on behalf of the Mount Vernon community, congratulated Dr. Saud and the Academy for being a very welcome member and a good neighbor of the community.

Chairman Davis relinquished the Chair to Vice-Chairman McConnell and asked unanimous consent that this public hearing be recessed until later in the meeting, pending the arrival of an additional speaker, Mrs. Lois Passman. Without objection, it was so ordered.

Vice-Chairman McConnell returned the gavel to Chairman Davis.

(NOTE: Later in the meeting, following the testimony of Mrs. Passman, action was taken by the Board to defer its decision on this matter until September 21, 1992 at 3:30 p.m. See Clerk's Summary Item CL#64.)

63.4:30 P.M. - PH ON REZONING APPLICATION

RZ 92-V-005 (VULCAN MATERIALS COMPANY)

(MOUNT VERNON DISTRICT) (Tape 8)

Mr. Michael J. Giguere reaffirmed the validity of the affidavit for the record.

Mr. Giguere had filed the necessary notices showing that at least 25 adjacent and/or interested persons had been notified of the date and hour of this public hearing and he proceeded to present his case.

Following the public hearing, which included testimony by one speaker, Denise James, Senior Staff Coordinator, Zoning Evaluation Division, Office of Comprehensive Planning, presented the staff and Planning Commission recommendations.

Supervisor Hyland circulated to Board Members a rock-like gastrolith (a stony concretion formed in the stomach of a dinosaur) which was unearthed at the site of the Vulcan Quarry.

Supervisor Hyland moved that the Zoning Ordinance as it applied to the property which is the subject of Rezoning Application RZ 92-V-005 be amended from the R-1 and R-C Districts to the R-1, R-C, and Natural Resource Overlay Districts. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Berger and carried by a vote of nine, Supervisor McConnell being out of the room.

[NOTE: The Planning Commission recommended to the Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) that it pay particular attention to the environmental issues identified in the Comprehensive Plan and the impact of the blasting on nearby residences in their deliberations.]

64.CONTINUATION OF PH ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO

THE LEASE WITH THE SAUDI ISLAMIC ACADEMY FOR

THE FORMER WALT WHITMAN INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

(MOUNT VERNON DISTRICT) (Tape 8)

(NOTE: Earlier in the meeting, this public hearing was recessed pending the arrival of an additional speaker. See Clerk's Summary Item CL#62.)

Following the continuation of the public hearing, which included the testimony of Mrs. Lois Passman, Chairman of the Building Re-Use Task Force, Supervisor Hyland moved that the Board defer its decision regarding the authorization for the County Executive to execute an addendum to the lease of the former Walt Whitman Intermediate School until September 21, 1992 at 3:30 p.m. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Bulova and carried by a vote of seven, Supervisor Berger, Supervisor Dix, and Supervisor McConnell being out of the room.

65.4:30 P.M. - PH ON PROFFERED CONDITION AMENDMENT

APPLICATION PCA 88-S-063 (CLARKE-HOOK

CORPORATION) (SULLY DISTRICT) (Tape 8)

Mr. John W. Farrell reaffirmed the validity of the affidavit for the record.

Supervisor Frey disclosed the following campaign contribution that he had received:

·In the amount of $250.00 to "The Friends of Michael Frey" from the Clarke-Hook Corporation.

Mr. Farrell had filed the necessary notices showing that at least 25 adjacent and/or interested persons had been notified of the date and hour of this public hearing and he proceeded to present his case.

Following the public hearing, Denise James, Senior Staff Coordinator, Zoning Evaluation Division, Office of Comprehensive Planning, presented the staff and Planning Commission recommendations.

Supervisor Frey moved approval of Proffered Condition Amendment Application PCA 88-S-063 subject to the revised proffers dated January 8, 1990. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Berger and carried by a vote of eight, Supervisor Hanley and Supervisor McConnell being out of the room.

In addition, Supervisor Frey moved that the Board:

·Reaffirm the waiver requirement along the southern and western lot lines pursuant to Section 13-304 of the Zoning Ordinance; and

·Reaffirm the waiver of the service drive requirement along Route 50.

This motion was seconded by Supervisor Alexander and carried by a vote of eight, Supervisor Hanley and Supervisor McConnell being out of the room.

66.4:30 P.M. - PH ON PROFFERED CONDITION AMENDMENT

APPLICATION PCA 88-L-082 (WINCHESTER HOMES)

(LEE DISTRICT) (Tape 8)

Mr. Keith C. Martin reaffirmed the validity of the affidavit for the record.

Chairman Davis disclosed the following campaign contribution that he had received:

·In the amount of $500.00 to the "Davis for Chairman" campaign from the Winchester Homes Corporation.

Accordingly, Chairman Davis relinquished the Chair to Acting-Chairman Bulova and left the Board Room.

Mr. Martin had filed the necessary notices showing that at least 25 adjacent and/or interested persons had been notified of the date and hour of this public hearing and he proceeded to present his case.

Following the public hearing, Robby Robinson, Staff Coordinator, Zoning Evaluation Division, Office of Comprehensive Planning, presented the staff and Planning Commission recommendations.

Supervisor Alexander moved approval of Proffered Condition Amendment Application PCA 88-L-082 subject to the revised proffers dated July 23, 1992. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hyland and carried by a vote of eight, Supervisor McConnell and Chairman Davis being out of the room.

Supervisor Alexander moved modification of the transitional screening requirements along all lot lines in favor of that shown on the Conceptual Development Plan/Final Development Plan (CDP/FDP). This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hyland and carried by a vote of eight, Supervisor McConnell and Chairman Davis being out of the room.

Supervisor Alexander moved waiver of the barrier requirement except for fencing shown on the CDP/FDP along the northern lot line and the northeastern corner of the site. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hyland and carried by a vote of eight, Supervisor McConnell and Chairman Davis being out of the room.

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67.BOARD RECESS (Tape 9)

At 5:50 p.m., the Board recessed briefly and, at 6:00 p.m., reconvened in the Board Room with all Members being present and with Chairman Davis presiding.

68.RECONSIDERATION OF INFORMATION ITEM 13 - AWARD

OF CONTRACT CONSULTANT SERVICES FOR FAIRFAX

COUNTY LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVES (Tape 9)

(NOTE: Earlier in the meeting during the approval of the County Executive Items, action was taken regarding this item. See Clerk's Summary Item CL#46.)

Following discussion among Board Members, with input from Anthony H. Griffin, Deputy County Executive for Planning and Development, Chairman Davis relinquished the Chair to Vice-Chairman McConnell and asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to review, three-quarters of the year through, the contract awarded to Gold and Liebengood to provide consulting services for Fairfax County legislative initiatives to determine the progression of the work being performed. Without objection, it was so ordered.

69.EXCEPTION TO THE MEAL REIMBURSEMENT

POLICY FOR THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

AUTHORITY (Tape 9)

Supervisor Davis moved that, in order to not inhibit the work of the Economic Development Authority (EDA), the Board direct the County Executive to allow an exception to the meal reimbursement policy for the EDA for the purpose of allowing the EDA to attend and participate in necessary mealtime programs, with the understanding that this will have no budgetary impact. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hyland and carried by unanimous vote.

70.APPOINTMENTS TO THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE

(Tape 9)

(APPTs)

Supervisor Davis moved the following appointments to the County Government Committee:

·Mr. John Griswold as the Republican Party Representative;

·Ms. Sally B. Ormsby as the Democratic Party Representative;

·Ms. Marsha Stanley as the League of Women Voters Representative;

·Mr. Michael Park as the Asian Community Representative;

·Mr. Roberto Lavin as the Hispanic Community Representative;

·Mr. Dana Johansen as the Taxpayers Alliance Representative;

·Mr. James H. Falck, Jr. as the Citizens for Sensible Taxation Representative;

·Mr. Jack Rulison as the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce Representative;

·Mr. William Donnelly as the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association (NVBIA) Representative;

·Honorable James M. Scott as the Democratic Delegate Representative;

·Honorable Warren E. Barry as the Republican Senate Representative;

·Honorable Joseph V. Gartlan as the Democratic Senate Representative;

·Mr. William H. Petit, Jr. as the Northern Virginia Board of Realtors Representative;

·Mr. Peter F. Murphy, Jr. as the Planning Commission Representative;

·Mr. William "Mac" Arnold as the Town of Clifton Representative;

·Mr. Robert Gates as the Apartment and Office Building Association Representative; and

·Honorable James K. "Jay" O'Brien as the Republican Delegate Representative.

This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hyland and carried by unanimous vote.

71.BUDGET DEFICIT PROJECTED FOR FISCAL

YEAR (FY) 1993 (Tape 9)

Supervisor Davis moved that the Board direct the County Executive to exercise strict budgetary oversight in order that the Fiscal Year (FY) 1993 available General Fund balance be maximized, without significantly impacting the levels of service approved by the Board in the FY 1993 Adopted Budget Plan. This will allow the Board maximum flexibility in development of the FY 1994 budget. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Bulova and carried by unanimous vote.

72.AGENCY APPROPRIATIONS ON BUDGETARY MATTERS

TO COME THROUGH THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE

(Tape 9)

Supervisor Davis stated that it has been called to his attention that in the course of the last budget preparation, many agency heads have contacted Board Members directly to lobby for specific appropriations. With the appointment of a permanent County Executive, he stated his belief that it is now appropriate to more clearly specify the Board's position on such contact.

Therefore, Supervisor Davis moved that the Board instruct the County Executive to direct agency officials to conduct activities associated with agency appropriations only through the County Executive and prohibit unsolicited agency contact with Supervisors on budgetary matters. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Berger and carried by unanimous vote.

(NOTE: Supervisor Davis emphasized, however, that nothing in this motion is meant to inhibit direct agency response to inquiries from Board Members on budgetary or other issues.)

73.ADDITIONAL ACTION FROM EXECUTIVE SESSION

(Tape 9)

(NOTE: Earlier in the meeting, there were additional actions from Executive Session. See Clerk's Summary Item CL#27, Items A-D.)

E.CERTIFICATION BY CHAIRMAN THOMAS M.

DAVIS, III, REGARDING ITEMS DISCUSSED

IN EXECUTIVE SESSION

Because he was not present when the Board reconvened in the Board Room immediately following its Executive Session recess, Supervisor Davis moved that he certifies that, to the best of his knowledge, only public business matters lawfully exempted from the open meeting requirements prescribed by the Virginia Freedom of Information Act and only matters identified in the motion to convene Executive Session were heard, discussed or considered by the Board during the Executive Session. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hyland and carried by a unanimous vote.

In addition, Supervisor Davis stated that he concurs with the Actions from Executive Session presented by the Board earlier today.

74.FAIRFAX BAR ASSOCIATION, LAWYER REFERRAL

INFORMATION SERVICE (Tape 9)

Supervisor Davis informed the Board Members of a non-profit lawyer information service operated by the Fairfax Bar Association which offers comprehensive legal services on a pro-bono or reduced rate to qualified individuals.

Between 1987 and 1991 service was provided for nearly 1,400 clients, many of whom were impoverished women with dependent children. Supervisor Davis stated that he believes this to be a very important service offered without cost to Fairfax County, however, the County can assist the program greatly by providing office space in a County facility for the two full-time staffers and several volunteers of the program.

In order to help ensure the continuation of the Fairfax Bar Association's Lawyer Referral Information Service, Supervisor Davis moved that the County Executive be directed to provide the space necessary for this program, preferably in the Massey Building. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hyland and carried by unanimous vote.

75.KUDOS TO STAFF FROM SHERIFF PEED REGARDING

INFORMATION ITEM 10 - LOAN OF LAW LIBRARY

BOOKS TO THE COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FROM

THE OFFICE OF THE SHERIFF (Tape 9)

(NOTE: Earlier in the meeting, there was additional discussion regarding this item. See Clerk's Summary Item CL#42.)

Supervisor Davis noted, at the request of Sheriff Peed, his appreciation to the staff of the County Attorney's office for their efforts in preparing an agreement for the loan of law library books. The Sheriff's Office agreed to loan legal research books valued at over $15,000 to the County Attorney's Office. Sheriff Peed realizes the extent of staff cooperation between the two agencies and expresses his appreciation to the County Attorney's Office for their outstanding efforts. This agreement between the County agencies exemplifies the savings that can be realized through the spirit of cooperation and Sheriff Peed hopes that their contribution to the County's library will be very beneficial.

76.USE OF POLICE OVERTIME FOR TARGET COLLECTIONS

(Tape 9)

Supervisor Davis stated that as an alternative to hiring additional personnel to increase field enforcement efforts aimed at the collection of delinquent personal property taxes and decal fees, he recently requested the Chief of Police and the Director of the Office of Finance to consider the use of overtime by police officers as opposed to hiring new personnel as an option.

Supervisor Davis distributed to Board Members a memorandum from the Chief of Police that supports this proposal. The advantages are several: 1) that the County can place trained personnel on the street without delay; and 2) that the County can conduct a test without having to hire additional employees or incur additional overhead expenses. Chief Young's third option proposes that the entire budgeted amount of $215,000 be used for overtime salary expense, with the police absorbing all other overhead items, such as cars, uniforms, equipment, etcetera. This option will give the Board another opportunity to review this issue and will provide information that can be included in its overall discussions about tax administration and reform.

Therefore, Supervisor Davis moved that the Board direct the Police Department to proceed to implement the third option as proposed in Chief Young's memorandum dated August 25, 1992, in coordination with the Deputy County Executive for Management and Budget and County Executive and, that the Board be kept informed periodically of the results of this increased enforcement effort. This motion was seconded by Supervisor McConnell and carried by unanimous vote.

77.APPOINTMENT TO THE COMPREHENSIVE HOUSING

AFFORDABILITY STRATEGY (CHAS) COMMITTEE

(Tape 9)

(APPT)

Supervisor Davis moved the appointment of Ms. Margaret Zitzmann as the Commission on Aging's Representative to the Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy (CHAS) Coordinating Committee. This motion was seconded by Supervisor McConnell and carried by unanimous vote.

78.LEGISLATION REGARDING MANDATORY STORAGE

OF EVICTED TENANT'S BELONGINGS FOR A

30-DAY PERIOD (Tape 9)

Supervisor Davis called to the Board's attention new legislation that went into effect on July 1, 1992 regarding the mandatory storage of an evicted tenant's belongings for a 30-day period.

Supervisor Davis asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to review the legislation and ascertain whether local implementation is proceeding as mandated by law. Without objection, it was so ordered.

79.DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED (DWI)

ORDINANCE (Tape 9)

Supervisor Davis informed the Board of a discussion with the prosecuting attorney regarding the Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) Ordinance and the fact that offenders are now prosecuted under the State law as opposed to the County Ordinance. The attorney's understanding of the matter is that if the County advertises the Ordinance now and it reflects the State law, the County will be able to proceed. The attorney also suggested that if the Legislative Committee brings the matter to the General Assembly, that when local officers make arrests it would allow the localities to collect the money as opposed to the State and that this would also solve the problem. He suggested that there may be concern from the State and other jurisdictions over how it is done.

Supervisor Davis asked unanimous consent that this matter be referred to the Legislative Subcommittee for further review. Without objection, it was so ordered.

80.TAKE-HOME OF COUNTY VEHICLES (Tape 9)

Supervisor Davis distributed to Board Members information regarding the take-home of County vehicles. He stated that because of the lateness of the hour, he would refer this matter to the County Executive for his review.

81.COMMISSION ON AGING COMPLIANCE WITH THE

OLDER AMERICANS ACT REQUIREMENT (Tape 9)

(BACs)

Supervisor Davis informed Board Members that he had received a letter from the Commission on Aging stating that the Commission may be out of compliance with the Older Americans Act requirement to include a local elected official. He stated that he had contacted the Commission on Aging staff and was informed that the Commission is examining the possibility that because Commission members are appointed by local elected officials, that there is sufficient representation to satisfy the intent of the legislation.

Supervisor Davis asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to examine this issue and formally report to the Board in a timely manner as to whether Fairfax County is in compliance with the Older Americans Act or whether an additional At-Large position specifically for a local elected official needs to be added to the Commission's composition. Without objection, it was so ordered.

Vice-Chairman McConnell returned the gavel to Chairman Davis.

82.RESOLUTION COMMENDING SHERIFF CARL R. PEED

(Tape 9)

(R)Supervisor Dix moved that the Board adopt the following Resolution:

"WHEREAS, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors is proud of the outstanding work of Sheriff Carl R. Peed and the men and women in his department; and

WHEREAS, Sheriff Peed has continually sought to keep himself and his department at the forefront of law enforcement philosophy, techniques and technology to better serve the citizens of Fairfax County; and

WHEREAS, the Fairfax County Sheriff's Department has been recognized again and again by law enforcement organizations throughout the nation for outstanding performance; and

WHEREAS, Sheriff Peed has recently graduated from the Federal Bureau of Investigation's highly selective Law Enforcement Executives Development program;

BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, that the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors express its pride and commends Sheriff Carl R. Peed for completing the Law Enforcement Executives Development program and for continually striving to better himself and the Fairfax County Sheriff's Department for the benefit of Fairfax County and its citizens."

This motion was seconded by Supervisor Bulova and carried by unanimous vote.

83.RECOGNITION OF ROB MCGRAW AND BLAINE ELDRIDGE,

FAIRFAX COUNTY PARK AUTHORITY EMPLOYEES

(Tapes 9-10)

Supervisor Dix moved that the Board direct staff to prepare the appropriate commendations for presentation before the Board expressing appreciation for the outstanding efforts of Rob McGraw and Blaine Eldridge, Fairfax County Park Authority employees, in repairing and rebuilding the Lake Fairfax Park train. These employees, mostly on their own time, during the winter months, completely overhauled the train. They rebuilt parts, replaced the gearbox and even gave it a brand new paint job. It had been estimated that to replace the engine for the train could have cost $100,000, and a private body shop estimated repairs at $10,000. Mr. McGraw and Mr. Eldridge did their work for $3,500. Supervisor Dix complimented these men for their efforts, their time, and for their personal interest in taking on and completing such an ambitious and important task. This motion was seconded by Chairman Davis and carried by unanimous vote.

Supervisor Dix invited everyone to visit Lake Fairfax Park and ride the "new train."

84.INSTALLATION OF TIME-LIMITED PARKING

RESTRICTIONS: RIDGE HEIGHTS ROAD AT

LANGSTON HUGHES INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

(Tape 10)

(R)Supervisor Dix stated that at the Board of Supervisors' meeting held on July 13, 1992, action was taken to adopt a Resolution restricting parking on Ridge Heights Road. The Resolution directed staff to secure the necessary permits from Virginia Department Of Transportation (VDOT), have VDOT remove the existing "NO PARKING" signs and direct staff to install the "NO PARKING" signs with time limitations. Parking was to be prohibited during the hours of 8:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Supervisor Dix stated that the "NO PARKING" signs have not yet been installed and his office has received inquiries from the Langston Hughes Principal and from the School Division Area III Office requesting that the parking restrictions be extended to 7:00 a.m. (instead of 8:00 a.m.) since school starts at 7:30 a.m. and school bus and parent drop-off traffic begins at 7:00 a.m.

Supervisor Dix stated that his office has informed the appropriate staff in the Office of Transportation of this request and he has been advised that there is no problem with making this change.

Supervisor Dix moved that the Board adopt the following Resolution, which will supersede the Resolution adopted on July 13, 1992:

"WHEREAS, after a duly conducted public hearing, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors on February 9, 1981, adopted a parking ordinance enabling the restriction of parking on a portion of the secondary road system; and

WHEREAS, the parking ordinance specifies the conditions under which parking restrictions are warranted; and

WHEREAS, Ridge Heights Road (Route 5383) in the vicinity of the Langston Hughes Intermediate School has been reviewed and found to meet the conditions of the parking ordinance in that parking along this street during school days creates a safety hazard for pedestrians, school buses, and motorists along a designated loading and unloading zone on Ridge Heights Road in front of the Langston Hughes Intermediate School;

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that parking is hereby prohibited during the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday on the school side of a portion of Ridge Heights Road at the Langston Hughes Intermediate School;

AND FURTHER, staff is directed to install 'NO PARKING 7:00 A.M. TO 3:30 P.M., MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY' signs along the subject roadway section upon approval by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT)."

This motion was seconded by Supervisor Alexander and carried by unanimous vote.

85.BUILDING AND DEVELOPMENT MATTER

(Tape 10)

Supervisor Dix stated that he has received correspondence and an inquiry from a property owner in his district regarding the County's current policies regarding building permits and bonding. Specifically, should the County consider changing their building permit policy and adopting a policy on building permits similar to the provisions of the Site Plan Extension Legislation, which would in effect extend the life of the building permit? Also, should the requirement to bond development projects be relaxed until construction is imminent?

Supervisor Dix stated that there are obviously many issues which need to be reviewed before any policy changes could be considered. However, because it is his understanding that requests for consideration of revising these policies may also be coming from other property owners and organizations, he moved that the Board refer these issues to the appropriate staff in the Department of Environmental Management (DEM), as well as the Board's Building and Development Regulation Enforcement Subcommittee for review. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hyland and carried by unanimous vote.

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86.CENTREVILLE'S BICENTENNIAL CELEBRATION

(Tape 11)

Supervisor Frey briefed Board Members that in 1792, the town of Centreville was chartered making this year the town's 200th birthday. In honor of this, local residents and businesses have been working together to plan and organize a celebration in honor of Centreville's 200 years of history.

The Centreville Bicentennial Commission, which was created to plan this celebration has been able to raise money from residents, civic associations, and local businesses to pay for these events which actually began this past weekend, September 12 and 13, 1992, with tours of Centreville's historic district. To also kick off the celebration, Supervisor Frey announced that he is having an Open House at his office located in the Fort Hill Building at 5900 Centreville Road, Suite 205.

The big celebration is scheduled for Saturday, September 19, 1992. The fun will begin with a parade at 11:00 a.m. followed by a fair from 12:00 noon to 8:00 p.m., concluding at 8:30 p.m. with a fireworks show. The parade will begin at Centreville Elementary School and end at Centreville High School which is right next to Braddock Park where the fair will take place.

The Centreville Bicentennial Commission's goal is to plan a "birthday party" and has decided that any money that is raised from this event should be returned to the community from which it came. To that end, the Commission has identified that the Centreville Volunteer Fire Department and the new Centreville Regional Library will receive the proceeds.

Supervisor Frey invited all Board Members and interested individuals to join in the fun at Braddock Park this Saturday.

87.EXPEDITIOUS PROCESSING AND SCHEDULING AND

WAIVER OF FEES FOR APPLICATIONS TO ALLOW

FOR AN EXPANSION AND REMODELING OF THE

CENTREVILLE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT

(Tape 11)

Supervisor Frey moved that the Board concur in the filing of a Special Exception Application for the expansion and remodeling of the Centreville Volunteer Fire Station which would include a portion of County-owned property. Additionally, the County-owned property is subject to proffers made in conjunction with Rezoning Application RZ 85-S-020, and these proffers must be amended so that a portion of the site subject to the easement agreement can be used for parking. This motion was jointly seconded by Supervisor Bulova and Chairman Davis and carried by unanimous vote.

Supervisor Frey moved that the Board direct staff to initiate a Board's Own Motion Proffered Condition Amendment Application for Rezoning Application RZ 85-S-020 to allow for off-street parking for the Centreville Volunteer Fire Station. This motion was seconded by Supervisor McConnell and carried by unanimous vote.

Supervisor Frey moved that the Board direct staff to schedule Proffered Condition Amendment Application in conjunction with the Special Exception Application and Rezoning Application, and that these cases be expedited, and that all filing fees be waived. This motion was seconded by Supervisor McConnell and carried by unanimous vote.

88.AUTHORIZATION FOR FAIRFAX COUNTY TO PRESENT

TESTIMONY AT LOUDOUN COUNTY'S PUBLIC HEARING

ON PROPOSED SOUTH RIDING REZONING APPLICATION

(Tape 11)

Supervisor Frey briefed Board Members that there is a pending Rezoning Application in the eastern portion of Loudoun County that has numerous implications for development in western Fairfax County, including impacts on the Occoquan Watershed, land-use, and transportation. South Riding is a mixed-use development on approximately 2,025 acres west of the Fairfax/Loudoun Counties boundary between Route 50 and Braddock Road. The proposed development includes 5,370 dwelling units and 4.3 million square feet of non-residential development.

Accordingly, Supervisor Frey moved that the Board authorize the Sully District Planning Commissioner and/or the Director of the Office of Comprehensive Planning to represent Fairfax County at the public forum and to present testimony and provide necessary information to Loudoun County in order to address the potential impacts from the proposed South Riding Rezoning Application on Fairfax County. This motion was seconded by Chairman Davis and carried by unanimous vote.

89.AUTHORIZATION TO SELL THE STUART HOUSE

(Tape 11)

Supervisor Frey moved that the Board authorize staff to sell the Stuart House pursuant to the procedures outlined in Section 15.1-108(B) of the Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended, delineating the notice and bidding requirements for the sale of personal property. Any potential buyer of the Stuart House must demonstrate his/her ability to comply with the conditions set forth in the letter of July 16, 1992, from Bruce M. Kriviskey, Senior Heritage Resources Planner, Office of Comprehensive Planning, and upon purchase of the Stuart House must then actually comply with said conditions. A copy of the July 16, 1992 letter will be provided to staff. Further, said purchaser must relocate the Stuart House to a site within the County which will also comply with all applicable requirements under the Fairfax County Zoning Ordinance, including minimum yard and set back requirements. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hanley and carried by unanimous vote.

90.RECOGNITION OF SERGEANT STAN BARRY, FAIRFAX

COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT, FOR HIS OUTSTANDING

PERFORMANCE AT THE INTERNATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT

OLYMPICS (Tape 11)

Supervisor Frey recognized the outstanding skill and talent that Sergeant Stan Barry, a member of the Fairfax County Sheriff's Department, displayed in his winning three gold medals at the International Law Enforcement Olympics. Sergeant Barry's quick reactions and expert marksmanship helped him to take first in the service revolver competition, the Olympic speed challenge, and the overall points champion.

Supervisor Frey asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to prepare an appropriate commendation for presentation to Sergeant Barry on his outstanding skills. Without objection, it was so ordered.

91.FIRE AND RESCUE DEPARTMENT'S "SUPERVISORS

ON THE SCENE" (SOS) PROGRAM (Tape 12)

Supervisor Bulova briefed Board Members on her participation in the Fire and Rescue Department's "Supervisors on the Scene" (SOS) Program. The program is intended to allow each Board Member to interact with firefighters and paramedics during a typical evening serving the citizens of Fairfax County.

Supervisor Bulova stated that her host for September 8, 1992 was Fire and Rescue Station Number 23, located at 8914 Little River Turnpike in Annandale. She expressed her appreciation to Battalion Chief Ralph Phillips, Battalion 4A, for the Station's hospitality. While it was a slow night, she stated that she had the opportunity to go to the Pineridge Public Safety Communications Center and observe the dispatchers in action.

Supervisor Bulova stated that she found the program to be very beneficial in providing an opportunity for her to see what goes on behind the line items in the budget -- the equipment in operation and the training that is needed. She stated that it was also beneficial to the personnel to have a chance to express to her their views and suggestions.

Supervisor Bulova expressed her appreciation to the following personnel:

·Battalion Chief Ralph Phillips;

·Lieutenant Triplett;

·Technician Unger;

·Firefighter Eshleman;

·Firefighter Hirsch; and

·Firefighter Dau.

92.RECOGNITION REQUESTED FOR FIREFIGHTERS INVOLVED

IN THE RELIEF EFFORTS FOR VICTIMS OF HURRICANE

ANDREW (Tape 12)

Supervisor Bulova announced that a group of Fairfax County firefighters and rescue personnel are assisting victims of Hurricane Andrew in Dade County, Florida in clean-up and rebuilding operations. These employees are using their own vacation leave, as well as their own equipment and tools. She asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to invite these individuals to appear before the Board for recognition of their devotion and commitment in helping victims of Hurricane Andrew. Without objection, it was so ordered.

(NOTE: Later in the meeting during Board Matters, additional action was taken to include personnel from the City of Fairfax. See Clerk's Summary Item CL#98.)

93.REQUEST FOR ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE FOR FAIRFAX

COUNTY FIREFIGHTERS WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE

HURRICANE ANDREW RELIEF EFFORTS (Tape 12)

Supervisor Alexander moved that the Fairfax County firefighters and rescue personnel who have already participated, who are currently participating, or who may participate in the future in Hurricane Andrew relief efforts be granted up to one week of Administrative Leave subject to the approval of the Fire Chief. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Dix and carried by unanimous vote.

94.MONTGOMERY COUNTY'S PROGRAM TO PROVIDE

AFFORDABLE HEALTH INSURANCE TO SMALL

EMPLOYERS (Tape 12)

Supervisor Bulova called to Board Members attention an article appearing in the Washington Business Journal during the week of August 24, 1992. The article describes the efforts by the Montgomery County Office of Economic Development to put together a comprehensive health insurance package for small employers. She asked unanimous consent that the Board refer the article to Fairfax County's Economic Development Authority (EDA) for its review and response as to whether such a program would be feasible in Fairfax County.

Following discussion, Supervisor Dix stated that the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce has a similar program in place. He asked that the request be amended to direct staff to review this program for possible inclusion, and this was accepted.

Without objection, the amended request was so ordered.

95.APPOINTMENT TO THE COMMISSION FOR DISABLED

PERSONS (Tape 12)

(APPT)

Supervisor Bulova moved the appointment of Ms. Jean D. Edwards to fill the unexpired term of Ms. Jeanne W. Houghton as the Braddock District Representative to the Commission for Disabled. This motion was seconded by Chairman Davis and carried by unanimous vote.

96.PROPOSED AGREEMENT REGARDING WOODSON DRIVE

AND DRANESVILLE ROAD (Tape 12)

Supervisor Berger stated that at the Board of Supervisors' meeting held on August 3, 1992, action was taken to direct the County Attorney's Office to negotiate and prepare an agreement utilizing the terms outlined in a letter dated August 2, 1992 from the Greater Herndon Citizens Association (GHCA) regarding planning for the Dranesville Road engineering work and the future construction of Dranesville Road and Woodson Drive. Supervisor Berger stated that representatives from GHCA, Pulte Homes, and County staff have spent a great deal of time negotiating an agreement and have reached a proposed agreement which he feels satisfies the Board's directive.

As a part of the agreement, the Board will dismiss its lawsuits relating to the construction of Woodson Drive. For its part, Pulte has agreed to pay up to $288,500 to a professional engineering firm for the preliminary design of Dranesville Road between the Town of Herndon and Route 7 and the final design of Dranesville Road between Sugarland Road and Route 7. Any funds left over after this particular work has been completed will be used for additional design of Dranesville Road or for land acquisition or construction of Dranesville Road. Supervisor Berger stated that it is his understanding that both Pulte and GHCA support the proposed agreement.

Therefore, Supervisor Berger moved that the Board authorize the County Executive to execute the proposed agreement regarding Woodson Drive and Dranesville Road on the Board's behalf. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hyland and carried by unanimous vote.

97.REQUEST FOR ADDITIONAL JUDGE FOR THE

JUVENILE AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS

DISTRICT COURT (Tape 12)

Supervisor Hyland distributed to Board Members an item regarding the request for an additional judge for the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court. He stated that the Board had previously discussed this issue during its Legislative Subcommittee meeting.

98.RECOGNITION REQUESTED FOR FIREFIGHTERS INVOLVED

IN THE RELIEF EFFORTS FOR VICTIMS OF HURRICANE

ANDREW (Tape 12)

(NOTE: Earlier in the meeting, action was taken to recognize Fairfax County firefighters and rescue personnel who are assisting victims of Hurricane Andrew in Dade County, Florida in clean-up and rebuilding operations. See Clerk's Summary Item CL#92.)

Supervisor Hyland moved that the Board direct staff to invite the City of Fairfax personnel who have assisted victims of Hurricane Andrew in Dade County, Florida in clean-up and rebuilding operations also to appear before the Board for recognition of their devotion and commitment in helping victims of Hurricane Andrew. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Berger and carried by unanimous vote.

99.REQUEST FOR RENEWED BOARD AND COUNTY EXECUTIVE

SUPPORT FOR VOLUNTEER INITIATIVE (Tape 12)

Supervisor Hyland stated that last year, the Board, in an effort to meet County needs through the use of volunteers, called for the implementation of an active volunteer program and had requested staff to recruit a non-paid Volunteer Coordinator to head the program. To date, actions taken by the staff have not produced results and the volunteer program languishes for the lack of a leader and County staff has been diverted to other priorities.

Accordingly, Supervisor Hyland moved that the:

·Board and the County Executive renew their commitment to the volunteer initiative and issue a public statement that clarifies this support for a volunteer strategy to help cope with the unmet needs in the County; and

·Board direct staff to provide, at the meeting scheduled for October 5, 1992, the status of the Volunteer Work Program, including an update on the recruitment efforts for the non-paid Volunteer Coordinator.

This motion was seconded by Supervisor Alexander and carried by unanimous vote.

100.AUTHORIZATION TO ADVERTISE PUBLIC HEARING TO

CONSIDER LEASING OF COUNTY-OWNED PROPERTY TO

GOOD SHEPHERD HOUSING AND FAMILY SERVICES,

INCORPORATED (Tape 12)

(A)Supervisor Hyland briefed Board Members that Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services, Incorporated, is an organization which provides a variety of social services to the citizens of Fairfax County. However, due to an increased demand for its services, a need for additional space has resulted.

Because their current location does not provide sufficient space to accommodate this growth, Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services, Incorporated, has questioned the availability of space located at 6301 Richmond Highway. This site is located at the old K-Mart Building where the Health Department currently has offices and where the Department of Human Development formerly occupied space.

Accordingly, Supervisor Hyland moved that the Board direct staff to schedule a public hearing to be held before the Board of Supervisors on October 5, 1992 at 4:00 p.m. to consider leasing space at 6301 Richmond Highway to Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services, Incorporated. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Berger and carried by unanimous vote.

101.LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS SUBMITTED BY THE

CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CAC) FOR

SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL MATTERS (Tape 12)

Supervisor Hyland stated that he had received a copy of a letter addressed to former Acting County Executive Richard A. King from Roger Diedrich, Chairman, Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) for Solid Waste Disposal Matters, requesting the Board's consideration of certain waste reduction legislative proposals for the next General Assembly. Included in the proposals are:

·Minimum recycled content for newsprint, telephone directories, and PET/HDPE plastics;

·Beverage Container Recycling Act; and

·Mandatory Yard Waste Composting.

Therefore, Supervisor Hyland asked unanimous consent that the Board's Legislative Subcommittee review the above-proposed legislation for possible incorporation in the Board's 1993 Virginia General Assembly Package. Without objection, it was so ordered.

102.DIFFICULT RUN PROJECT'S FALL STREAM

CLEAN-UP (Tape 12)

Supervisor Hyland briefed Board Members that he had received a memorandum from Merrily Pierce, Volunteer Coordinator, Difficult Run Project, announcing that this year's Fall Stream Clean-Up has been scheduled for Saturday, October 17, 1992 to coincide with the Great State Trashout on the same date. All Fairfax County residents are welcome to participate in the restoration of this valuable watershed. For more information, individuals are requested to call 703/848-1924.

Supervisor Frey asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to include an announcement of the Fall Stream Clean-Up in the September and October issues of the Weekly Agenda. Without objection, it was so ordered.

Supervisor Frey asked unanimous consent that the Board recognize and commend the following Difficult Run Project organization members: Great Falls Group of the Sierra Club (Barbara Adams and Bob Shultz) and Trout Unlimited (Neal Emerald), and the Park Authority maintenance staff (Don Clark, Danny Stuart, Phil Hibbits, and Donny Hawkins) for their cooperative efforts in clearing a major logjam on the segment of Difficult Run between Leigh Mill Road and Old Dominion Drive on August 25, 1992. Because the logjam had blocked the normal flow of water, banks on either side of the dam were eroding badly. Due to the efforts of this dedicated group, the stream flows once again in its normal channel. Without objection, it was so ordered.

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103.RECOGNITION AND APPRECIATION EXPRESSED TO JERRY

OF JERRY'S SUNOCO (Tape 13)

Supervisor Trapnell recognized and commended Jerry of Jerry's Sunoco who had trucks in front of his service station loading goods to go to the hurricane victims in Florida.

104.NO MID-DAY SERVICE FOR METRO (Tape 13)

Supervisor Trapnell stated that Metro does not offer mid-day bus service from the Vienna Metro Station to the Government Center. According to Metro's schedules the last bus bound for the Government Center leaves the station at 9:46 a.m. with the first trip back to Vienna at 3:21 p.m. She asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to request Metro to consider the feasibility of mid-day service. Without objection, it was so ordered.

Supervisor Hanley asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to review the issue of "contracting out" bus service. Without objection, it was so ordered.

105.APPOINTMENT TO THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE

(Tape 13)

(APPT)

Supervisor Trapnell moved the appointment of Mr. Strode Brent as the Mason District Representative to the County Government Committee. This motion was seconded by Chairman Davis and carried by unanimous vote.

106.APPOINTMENT TO THE COMMISSION FOR WOMEN (Tape 13)

(APPT)

Supervisor Trapnell moved the appointment of Ms. Gloria Starr as the Mason District Representative to the Commission for Women. This motion was seconded by Chairman Davis and carried by unanimous vote.

107.APPOINTMENT TO THE CHILD CARE ADVISORY COUNCIL

(Tape 13)

(APPT)

Supervisor Trapnell moved the appointment of Ms. Jane Snyder as the Mason District Representative to the Child Care Advisory Council. This motion was seconded by Chairman Davis and carried by unanimous vote.

108.CREATION OF A FRANCONIA-SPRINGFIELD PLANNING

AREA TASK FORCE (Tape 13)

(BACs)

Supervisor Alexander stated that when the Board took action last year to adopt the revised Area IV Plan, he expressed his concern that the newly adopted Plan did not reflect changes to the Plan that might be needed given the development of the Metro Station and Transportation Center at Franconia-Springfield. In addition, proposals by the federal government to redevelop the Fort Belvoir Engineering Proving Ground (EPG) and possibly the GSA warehouse, might also need to be reflected in the Plan for the Franconia-Springfield area.

Recognizing this need to review, and possibly amend, the Plan for the Franconia-Springfield area, Supervisor Alexander said that he would like to appoint a task force of citizens, landowners, and business people in the Franconia-Springfield area to review the Plan for this area. This task force will have the support and resources of the staff in developing specific land use and transportation recommendations for the Franconia-Springfield area, including the EPG site.

Supervisor Alexander said that since it is important that the entire Franconia-Springfield area be examined in this planning effort, this new task force will supersede the EPG task force that was focused on only reviewing proposals for the EPG site. Supervisor Alexander moved that the Board direct staff to:

·Notify current members of the EPG Task Force;

·Thank the current members for their service to the County; and

·Advise them that the EPG task force will be replaced by this new task force which reflects the broader area encompassed by this more comprehensive study.

This motion was seconded by Supervisor McConnell and carried by unanimous vote.

Supervisor Alexander stated that he has requested Carl Sell, Lee District Planning Commissioner, to coordinate this effort with the assistance of Peter F. Murphy, Jr., Springfield District Planning Commissioner and John Byers, Mount Vernon District Planning Commissioner, with particular focus on the ramifications of the EPG development on all three districts.

109.ADDITIONAL UNIT TO SECTION 12A OF KINGSTOWNE

(Tape 13)

Supervisor Alexander stated that JCE, Incorporated intends to add one additional unit to Section 12A of Kingstowne. This addition is in conformance with the approved Conceptual Development Plan (CDPA C-448-5) applicable to the contiguous Sections 11, 12, 12A, 13, 54 and 58A which shows 594 units. However, to date, only 593 units have actually been shown on approval Final Development Plans.

Supervisor Alexander said that in order to accommodate the additional unit it is staff's opinion that a Final Development Plan Amendment must be submitted. This creates a hardship for the developer due to the fact that the section has already been recorded and is presently under development. Therefore, Supervisor Alexander moved that the:

·Preliminary and Site Plan revisions and the resubdivision plat and documents be processed concurrently with the Final Development Plan Amendment for Kingstowne Section 12A;

·Certified plat and legal description requirements be modified to allow submission of the recorded subdivision plat (Deed Book 8127, page 1737) with the subject block of lots delineated as the area affected by the FDPA;

·Requirement for submission of a soils map for Section 12A be waived since a soils report has already been submitted and approved by Fairfax County (No. 6105-SR-20, approved April 4, 1989);

·Submission of the appropriate plan sheet of the revised Site Plan be accepted in lieu of a Final Development Plan;

·Submission fee be held to the lowest base fee for the submission of a FDPA due to the limited scope of review (e.g. one unit @ at 13,000 square feet); and

·Processing of the application be expedited and assigned the earliest possible Planning Commission public hearing date.

This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hyland and carried by unanimous vote.

110.REQUEST FOR RESIDENTIAL PERMIT PARKING DISTRICT

(RPPD) FOR THE CITIZENS OF HAYFIELD COMMUNITY

(Tape 13)

Supervisor Alexander said that last year the School Board imposed a $100 fee on students who park on school grounds. In many communities, this caused students to park their cars on neighborhood streets in order to avoid this fee.

Supervisor Alexander pointed out that this has caused a serious problem for the people of the Hayfield community. Part of Broadmoor Street has become a school parking lot and residents and their guests cannot park in front of the homes for most of the day.

Supervisor Alexander stated that the affected residents of the Hayfield community endured this situation for the entire prior school year with the hope that students would either pay the fee and park on school grounds or that the School Board would lift the fee. However, neither occurred and the situation did not improve over the course of the school year.

Supervisor Alexander said that as a result and as a last resort, residents from the affected portion of Broadmoor Street in the Hayfield subdivision have begun the application process for a Residential Permit Parking District (RPPD). He added that petitions have been submitted.

Supervisor Alexander moved that the Board expedite this process and waive the $10 fee per address for the residents who live along the Telegraph Road-Welch Court of Broadmoor Street. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hyland and carried by unanimous vote.

111.REQUEST FOR WAIVER OF VARIANCE APPLICATION FEE

FOR THE CALVARY ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH (Tape 13)

Supervisor Alexander stated that the Calvary Road Baptist Church, 6811 Beulah Street [Tax Map 99-1((1))61] is applying to the Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) for a variance which is required for a garage on their property that does not meet the required setback from Charles Arrington Drive. However, the garage was in place before Charles Arrington Drive was built.

Supervisor Alexander said that the Calvary Road Baptist Church has maintained an excellent working relationship with his office and the staff for many years. The Church has requested that the Board waive the variance application fee which is $850. Since the Church is definitely not responsible for this situation, Supervisor Alexander moved waiver of this request. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hyland and carried by unanimous vote.

112.REQUEST FOR STATUS REPORT REGARDING THE

KINGSTOWNE FIRE STATION (Tape 13)

Supervisor Alexander asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to present at the September 21, 1992 meeting a status report regarding the Kingstowne Fire Station. He said that there were not adequate facilities for the female fire fighters. Without objection, it was so ordered.

113.STAR ENTERPRISE SETTLEMENT - PICKET ROAD TANK

FARM (Tape 13)

Supervisor Hanley stated that Star Enterprise has settled with several citizens affected by the Picket Road Tank Farm spill. She noted that the settlement is between the citizens and Star Enterprise and not Fairfax County.

Supervisor Hanley stated that in part the County's policy regarding this issue is as follows:

·Endorse the 14 point plan developed and enacted by the Fairfax City Council on April 4, 1992;

·Reaffirm Fairfax County's longstanding position that the Pickett Road site is not a suitable location for this type of facility; and

·Direct staff to continue to explore all options including legal channels available to Fairfax County to:

*Bring about a clean-up of this spill in an environmentally safe and expeditious manner; and

*Close down the facility and get it moved permanently to a suitable location away from these residential neighborhoods.

Supervisor Hanley moved that the Board reaffirm the County's position on this issue. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Bulova and carried by unanimous vote.

114.ADULT USER'S FEE TASK FORCE (Tape 13)

(BACs)

Supervisor Hanley moved that the Board expand the Adult User's Fee Task Force to include representation from an Indoor User Representative. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Dix and carried by unanimous vote.

115.SIMULTANEOUS PROCESSING FOR REZONING APPLICATION

RZ 92-P-020 AND SPECIAL EXCEPTION APPLICATION

SE 92-P-032 (Tape 13)

Supervisor Hanley stated that on July 13, 1992 Linden Enterprises filed two concurrent applications, Rezoning Application RZ 92-P-020 and Special Exception Application SE 92-P-032 for a fast food restaurant on Route 7 in Tysons Corner. Supervisor Hanley moved that the Board grant simultaneous processing to allow the Department of Environmental Management (DEM) to review the Site Plan during the rezoning process. She said that in granting simultaneous processing the Board in no way relieves the applicant of compliance with all applicable ordinances and code provisions. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Bulova and carried by unanimous vote.

116.CHANGES THAT MAY AFFECT THE HEALTH AND EDUCATION

OF SCHOOL CHILDREN (Tape 13)

Supervisor Hanley stated that she had received a number of calls from parents who are concerned about the impact of several changes made by both the school system and the County that may affect the health and education of school children. She said that the parents have been concerned about the decreased number of school nurses in health clinics. First, there is the concern about the reduction in hours of clinic aides on both health and medical needs of children as well as their educational needs. She said that when the clinic aide is not there someone else spends a significant amount of time administering prescribed medications and will therefore, have less time for administrative duties.

Secondly, a few years ago the school system began a program of more widespread mainstreaming for handicapped students. She said that this program is now beyond the pilot stage and can be found in many schools. She added that she understood and supported the efforts to provide these students with an education in the least restrictive environment and she also understood the concerns that have been brought to her attention. She said that students who cannot be mainstreamed are educated at two Centers (Key and Kilmer) and each of these Centers has a full-time registered nurse provided by the Health Department. Some of the elementary schools now have a significant number of students who have been mainstreamed, but still need to have the same medical procedures as those at Key and Kilmer. She questioned who would perform these risky procedures.

Supervisor Hanley said that the Health Department is responsible for training school personnel in these procedures and for oversight, but they are now responsible for a greater number of schools and visit each of them for a specific period of time each week. She said that the number of mainstreamed students who need these procedures has increased.

Therefore, Supervisor Hanley moved that the Board direct the:

·Health Care Advisory Board (HCAB) to study these issues working with parents, the Health Department, and the School staff;

·HCAB, the Health Department, and School staff to report their findings and recommendations to the Board of Supervisors; and

·HCAB to also work with the School Health Advisory Committee.

This motion was seconded by Chairman Davis and carried by unanimous vote.

117.DRAINAGE PROJECT ON TOPAZ STREET (Tape 13)

Supervisor Hanley stated that there is a drainage project located on Topaz street. She said that the residents do not like the current proposed design of the project and that land acquisition is in difficulty. She added that until the open design is changed to a closed system and because there will not be any funding to construct this project until 1998, Supervisor Hanley moved that the Board table this project until such a time that the citizens agree to the current design or the project is redesigned. She also moved that staff review a redesign to be a closed system and determine what funding would be necessary. This motion was seconded by Chairman Davis and carried by unanimous vote.

118.LEGISLATIVE ACTIONS (Tape 13)

Supervisor Hanley moved that the Board:

·Endorse the legislative action requested by Judge Finch to add a judge to the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court in the 19th Judicial Circuit; and

·Support Senate Bill 1670 and House of Representatives Bill 5112 and that on the latter the Chairman be authorized to communicate this endorsement to the appropriate congressional committees as well as the local congressional delegation.

This motion was seconded by Supervisor Frey and carried by unanimous vote.

119.NEED FOR COUNTY POLICY REGARDING BOND

INDEBTEDNESS (Tape 13)

Supervisor Hanley stated that Providence District is bounded by two cities and a town. During the last few years there have been several boundary adjustments. She said that there are several community or neighborhood improvement projects using Fairfax County authorized bond funds in neighborhoods close to County boundaries.

Supervisor Hanley said that a Fairfax County Policy is needed concerning those areas if they were to be considered for boundary adjustments given the bond indebtedness that is paid off by all of Fairfax County's taxpayers. Therefore, Supervisor Hanley moved that the Board direct staff to review this issue and report with a policy recommendation. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Bulova and carried by unanimous vote.

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120.DEVELOPMENT OF COUNTYWIDE 20 YEAR TRANSPORTATION

PLAN (Tape 14)

Supervisor Berger called to the Board's attention the 1991 Intermodal Service Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA), which requires localities to develop a 20 year long range transportation plan. He stated that last year, Fairfax County completed long range area plans in all but the following four major subareas still under study: Tysons Corner, the Route 28 corridor, Franconia-Springfield, and Fort Belvoir Engineering Proving Grounds. Plans for transportation networks in these subareas are not yet finalized. In order to allow Fairfax County to meet the guidelines established by ISTEA and to assist the Washington Council of Governments' Transportation Planning Board (TPB) in its efforts to complete the regional 20 year plan, Supervisor Berger moved that staff report in a timely manner with recommendations for the completion of a countywide 20 year transportation plan, to include the aforementioned subareas. This motion was seconded by Chairman Davis.

Chairman Davis relinquished the Chair to Vice-Chairman McConnell and asked that the motion be amended to also involve the Transportation Advisory Commission (TAC) in this project and this was accepted.

Vice-Chairman McConnell returned the gavel to Chairman Davis.

Following discussion among Board Members, the question was called on the motion, as amended, which carried by unanimous vote.

121.REAL ESTATE TAX CREDIT FOR FIRST TIME

HOMEBUYERS (Tape 14)

Supervisor Berger stated that a real estate tax credit for first time homebuyers would help solve many issues in Fairfax County. With regard to affordable housing, Supervisor Berger stated that a tax credit would make a down payment, which is the single biggest roadblock for first time homebuyers, more affordable. He further stated that this incentive would help jumpstart the economy and this industry.

Therefore, Supervisor Berger moved that the Board direct staff to:

·Determine whether Fairfax County can grant a total or partial real estate tax credit to first time homebuyers or whether this action will require enabling legislation from the General Assembly;

·Estimate the revenue and implementation costs for the County for such a program;

·Determine methods for implementation of such a program; and

·Report with the requested information by the first meeting in October.

The second to this motion was inaudible.

Supervisor Hanley asked that the motion be amended to refer this request to the Board's Legislative Subcommittee and this was accepted.

Following discussion among Board Members, Supervisor Hyland asked that the motion be amended to request the Legislative Subcommittee to also address incentives for low income and elderly homebuyers and this was accepted.

Supervisor Berger clarified his motion that the real estate tax credit for first time homebuyers is intended to be a short term program.

Supervisor McConnell asked that the motion be amended to request the Legislative Subcommittee to also address the issue of elderly homeowners whose taxes have increased due to new development in the areas surrounding their properties and this was accepted.

The question was called on the motion, as amended, which carried by unanimous vote.

122.REPORT FROM PROCEDURES SUBCOMMITTEE MEETING

OF AUGUST 26, 1992 (Tape 14)

(BACs)

Supervisor Berger distributed to Board Members the report of the August 26, 1992, Procedures Subcommittee meeting.

Supervisor Berger stated that the following issues were considered: elimination of Boards, Authorities and Commissions (BACs) not mandated by law; reduced compensation rates for members of BACs; and cable casting Supervisor District videos.

Supervisor Berger informed the Board that the Subcommittee agreed to request Board consideration of the continued existence of the following BACs:

·Airports Advisory Committee;

·Child Care Advisory Council;

·Citizens Advisory Commission on Social Service Issues;

·Citizens Advisory Commission for Solid Waste Disposal;

·Commission for Women;

·Countywide Trails Committee;

·Criminal Justice Advisory Board;

·Engineering Standards Review Committee;

·Environmental Quality Advisory Council;

·History Commission;

·Housing Hygiene Board;

·HVAC Advisory and Licensing Board; and

·Volunteer Fire Commission.

Chairman Davis relinquished the Chair to Vice-Chairman McConnell and moved that the Board continue the aforementioned BACs. This motion was jointly seconded by Supervisor Hanley and Supervisor Hyland.

Following discussion among Board Members, Supervisor Alexander moved to call the question on the motion. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hanley and carried by unanimous vote.

The question was then called on the motion which CARRIED by a recorded vote of nine, Supervisor Berger voting "NAY."

Vice-Chairman McConnell returned the gavel to Chairman Davis.

Supervisor Berger moved that the Board adopt the reductions in compensation for BAC members, as contained in the Procedures Subcommittee report. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Dix.

Supervisor Alexander moved a substitute motion that the Board schedule a public hearing on the issue of reduced compensation for BAC members. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hyland.

Following discussion among Board Members, Supervisor Alexander withdrew his substitute motion.

Supervisor Berger asked unanimous consent that the Board table his motion until the next Board meeting. Without objection, it was so ordered.

Supervisor Hanley asked unanimous consent that the Board be provided with the names of BACs which have volunteered to receive no compensation. Without objection, it was so ordered.

Supervisor Berger called to the Board's attention the issue of cable casting District reports and asked unanimous consent that staff report at the next Board meeting.

Following discussion among Board members, Supervisor Bulova asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to report with a Consideration item on this issue. Without objection, it was so ordered.

123.CORRECTION OF AUGUST 3, 1992, MOTION ON PROFFERED

CONDITION AMENDMENT APPLICATION PCA 87-S-046

(TRAFALGAR HOUSE PROPERTY, INCORPORATED)

(SPRINGFIELD DISTRICT) (Tape 14)

(CLERK)

Supervisor McConnell called to the Board's attention the public hearing held at the August 3, 1992, Board meeting on Proffered Condition Amendment Application PCA 87-S-046 at which PCA 87-S-046 was approved subject to proffers dated July 22, 1992. However, she stated that the proffers are dated July 21, 1992.

Therefore, Supervisor McConnell moved approval of Proffered Condition Amendment Application PCA 87-S-046 subject to the proffers dated July 21, 1992. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Frey and carried by unanimous vote.

124.EXPEDITED PROCESSING FOR SPECIAL EXCEPTION

APPLICATION FOR THE FAIRFAX COUNTY POLICE

ASSOCIATION (Tape 14)

Supervisor McConnell stated that the Fairfax County Police Association has filed a Special Exception Application to expand its facility on Popes Head Road. She added that it is scheduled to be heard by the Planning Commission on October 8, 1992. Due to the Association's desire to start the expansion as soon as possible, Supervisor McConnell moved that the Board authorize the expedited and concurrent Site Plan processing. This motion was seconded by Chairman Davis and carried by unanimous vote.

125.FAIRFAX COUNTY RECOGNIZED ON CITY AND STATE

MAGAZINE'S TOP 50 LIST OF FISCALLY MANAGED

COUNTIES (Tape 14)

Supervisor McConnell stated that on August 20, 1992, she and Richard King, Deputy County Executive for Public Safety, on behalf of Fairfax County, accepted a certificate of recognition in Richmond from Governor Wilder. The Governor recognized the four Virginia Counties on City and State Magazine's Top 50 list of Fiscally Managed Counties. She said that Fairfax County was ninth on the list and that the other Virginia Counties were Henrico, Arlington, and Prince William.

Supervisor McConnell stated that in light of these tight financial times, it is an honor to be rated as one of the top fiscally managed counties in the Country. She noted that this is a credit to the Board and the management team of the County.

126.APPOINTMENT TO THE HEALTH CARE ADVISORY BOARD

(Tape 14)

(APPT)

Supervisor McConnell moved the appointment of Mr. William A. Finerfrock as the Springfield District Representative to the Health Care Advisory Board. This motion was seconded by Chairman Davis and carried by unanimous vote.

127.APPOINTMENT TO THE LIBRARY BOARD (Tape 14)

(APPT)

Supervisor McConnell moved the appointment of Dr. Joseph H. Sirh as the Springfield District Representative to the Library Board. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hyland and carried by unanimous vote.

128.APPOINTMENT TO THE SMALL AND DISADVANTAGED

BUSINESS COMMISSION (Tape 14)

(APPT)

Supervisor McConnell moved the appointment of Mr. Jimmy Harrison as the Springfield District Representative to the Small and Disadvantaged Business Commission. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Hyland and carried by unanimous vote.

129.APPOINTMENTS TO THE SMALL AND DISADVANTAGED

BUSINESS COMMISSION (Tape 14)

(APPT)

Chairman Davis moved the appointment of Ms. Patricia Shelton and Mr. Carl Biggs as Representatives to the Small and Disadvantaged Business Commission. This motion was jointly seconded by Supervisor Hyland and Supervisor McConnell and carried by unanimous vote.

130.RESTON'S BLACK ARTS FESTIVAL (Tape 14)

Supervisor Dix called to the Board's attention Reston's Black Arts Festival scheduled for September 18-20, 1992. He stated that the opening ceremony is scheduled for 12 noon on Saturday, September 19, 1992 at Hunters Woods Plaza and invited all Board members to attend.

131.EXPEDITIOUS PROCESSING AND SCHEDULING FOR

PROFFERED CONDITION AMENDMENT APPLICATION

PCA 83-S-029 AND DEVELOPMENT PLAN AMENDMENT

APPLICATION DPA C-546-21 (HECHINGER COMPANY'S

BURKE CENTRE) (Tape 14)

Supervisor Bulova stated that Hechinger Company is renovating its Burke Centre store. Because the store is located in a PRC (Planned Residential Community) District, a formal amendment of the Rezoning and Development Plan is required for the renovations that cannot be handled administratively.

Accordingly, Supervisor Bulova moved that the Board direct staff to expedite the processing and schedule the appropriate public hearings to be held before the Planning Commission on November 11, 1992 and before the Board of Supervisors on November 23, 1992 on Proffered Condition Amendment Application PCA 83-S-029 and Development Plan Amendment Application DPA C-546-21. This motion was seconded by Supervisor McConnell and carried by unanimous vote.

132.BOARD ADJOURNMENT (Tape 14)

At 7:40 p.m., the Board adjourned.