CLERK'S BOARD SUMMARY
CLERK'S BOARD SUMMARY
REPORT OF ACTIONS OF THE
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The recessed meeting was called to order at , with Supervisor Gross present, and with Chairman Connolly presiding.
Supervisor Frey arrived at
Supervisor Smyth arrived at
Supervisor Kauffman arrived at
Supervisor Hyland arrived at
Supervisor Bulova arrived at
Supervisor DuBois arrived at
Supervisor McConnell arrived at
Supervisors Hudgins arrived at
Others present were Anthony H.
1. 7 P.M. – CONTINUATION OF THE PUBLIC HEARING ON THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE’S PROPOSED FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2006 ADVERTISED BUDGET PLAN, THE ADVERTISED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP) FOR FY’S 2006–2010_ (WITH FUTURE FY’S TO 2015) AND THE CURRENT APPROPRIATION IN THE FY 2005 REVISED BUDGET PLAN (7:01 p.m.)
A Certificate of Publication was filed from the editor of the Washington Times showing that notice of said public hearings were duly advertised in the newspaper as follows:
The current appropriation in the FY
2004 Revised Budget Plan on
the testimony of Stan Barry, Sheriff (Speaker 11), with input from Anthony
Following the testimony of Georgia Graves, Vice-President, Fairfax Cable Access Corporation (FCAC) (Speaker 47), Supervisor Bulova asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to report regarding the $8 million in funding set aside for the FCAC, but not being disbursed or allocated either at all or in a timely fashion thereby preventing technological and equipment upgrades that the FCAC needs. Without objection, it was so ordered.
Supervisor Hyland submitted items for the record regarding a two-cent set aside on the real estate tax rate for affordable housing.
Supervisor Hyland asked unanimous consent that the Board direct staff to include the following four Consideration Items:
$100,00 for the proposed position in
· Funding for parity in retirement for the Health Department employees.
· $250,000 for pay parity for probation officers.
· $60,000 for a four percent salary adjustment for Uniformed Police Citizen Aides.
Without objection, it was so ordered.
The public hearing was held with testimony from 65 speakers.
Chairman Connolly closed the public hearing, but kept the record open for written testimony only.
2. UPCOMING MEETINGS ()
Bulova, Chairman, Board’s Budget Committee, announced that she will be meeting
with each Board
Supervisor Bulova also announced the following timetable for the budget:
Pre-Markup Workshop: Friday, April 15 at
Budget Markup: Monday, April 18
Formal Board Adoption of the Budget: Monday, April 25
Following a brief discussion regarding the budget schedule, Supervisor Hudgins announced that the Board’s Housing Committee will meet at on Monday, April 11.
3. BOARD ADJOURNMENT ()
At , the Board adjourned.