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BOARD AGENDA Regular Meeting PULASKI COUNTY July 24, 2006 PowerPoint Presentation
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BOARD AGENDA Regular Meeting PULASKI COUNTY July 24, 2006

BOARD AGENDA Regular Meeting PULASKI COUNTY July 24, 2006

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BOARD AGENDA Regular Meeting PULASKI COUNTY July 24, 2006

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  1. Citizens comments are included on each regular monthly meeting agenda. No prior appointment is necessary to speak during the citizen comments times. • To speak on a particular agenda item, advise the attendant at the door. • To place an item on the Board's agenda, please notify the County Administrator's Office at least ten days prior to the Board meeting. • Any citizen concern can be communicated to the County Administrator by calling 980-7705 from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. weekdays. All citizen complaints are recorded and responded to as soon as possible. • WHEN SPEAKING BEFORE THE BOARD, PLEASE COME TO THE PODIUM AND GIVE YOUR NAME.

  2. BOARD AGENDA Regular Meeting • PULASKI COUNTY July 24, 2006 • BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 7:00 p.m. • APPROXIMATE PRESENTED BY • TIME & ITEM • 7:00 p.m. • 1. Invocation Jonathan Webster, • Chaplain, NRV • Medical Center

  3. 7:05 p.m. 2. Featured Employees The employees to be recognized at the July Board meeting and featured for the month of August 2006 have been designated from the Supervisory Staff and Constitutional Officers. The employees to be recognized are Nancy Burchett and Jack Gill. We would also like to recognize David Tickner for his service to the County.

  4. 3. Additions to Agenda

  5. 7:10 p.m. • 4. Public Hearings: • a. A rezoning request by DLR Group L L C from Commercial (CM1) to Planned Unit Development (PUD) on property identified as tax map no. 038-002-0000-0001, 26 and 29 (project area approximately 15.1 +- acres), located at 6749 Lee Hwy. (Rt. 11), at the entrance to the Motor Mile Speedway, Cloyd District. The property is designated as Commercial on the Future Land Use Map of the 2000 Comprehensive Plan. Uses proposed include multi-family residential and other uses as allowed in the Planned Unit Development at a density of no greater than fifteen (15) units per acre - A public hearing has been scheduled to consider the above rezoning request. The Planning Commission recommends approval.

  6. DLR Group Rezoning – CM1 to PUD View of front of property from Route 11 near entrance to Speedway

  7. DLR Group Rezoning – CM1 to PUD View of front of property from Route 11 south

  8. DLR Group Rezoning – CM1 to PUD View from front of property looking towards Route 11

  9. DLR Group Rezoning – CM1 to PUD Perspective from new Road near drag strip (PUD property is to the right of the road)

  10. DLR Group Rezoning – CM1 to PUD View from top of property looking down and back towards Route 11

  11. DLR Group Rezoning – CM1 to PUD Existing drive going down to Route 11 from top of hill.

  12. b. A rezoning request by DLR Group L L C from Commercial (CM1) to Agricultural (A1) on property identified as tax map no. 038-002- 0000-0001, 26 and 29 (project area approximately 9.8 acres), located at 6749 Lee Hwy. (Rt. 11), at the entrance to the Motor Mile Speedway, Cloyd District. The property is designated as Commercial on the Future Land Use Map of the 2000 Comprehensive Plan. Uses proposed include uses generally allowed in the Agricultural (A1) Zoning District and a campground at a density of no greater than 30,000 square feet for each permanent single- family residence (campground density not yet determined) - A public hearing has been scheduled to consider the above rezoning request. The Planning Commission recommends approval with voluntary proffers.

  13. View looking west along Rt. 11

  14. View of entrance from Rt. 11

  15. View looking north toward speedway

  16. View looking west

  17. View looking northeast

  18. View looking east

  19. View looking east along Rt. 11from intersection of Old Rt. 11

  20. View looking north from Rt. 11

  21. c. A request by DLR Group L L C for consideration of a Special Use Permit (SUP) to allow development of a campground on property identified as tax map no. 038-002-0000-0001, 26 and 29 (project area approximately 9.8 acres), located at 6749 Lee Hwy. (Rt. 11), at the entrance to the Motor Mile Speedway, Cloyd District. The property is currently zoned Commercial (CM1), with a rezoning proposed to Agricultural (A1) to allow the proposed campground - A public hearing has been scheduled to consider the above rezoning request. The Planning Commission recommends approval with voluntary proffers.

  22. d. An initiative by the County of Pulaski to amend the following sections of the Pulaski County Zoning Ordinance: • Amendments to Article 1, Definitions Use and Design Standards, proper referencing of Town Houses; • A public hearing has been scheduled to consider the above rezoning request. The Planning Commission recommends approval.

  23. e. The Board will consider making amendments to its Enterprise Zone, the New River Enterprise Zone, Zone Number 40. The Board will consider a boundary deletion and boundary addition for the New River Enterprise Zone to eliminate some residential areas off Viscoe Road (Rt. 679) and include properties in the Fairlawn area in proximity to Route 11 and Route 114 - A public hearing has been scheduled to consider amendments to the Enterprise Zone. Adoption of the resolution previously provided to the Board is requested.

  24. 8:00 p.m. 5. Highway Matters: a. Follow-up from Previous Board meeting: 1. Review of Highway Matters Section of Key Activity Timetable (KAT) – An update regarding Highway matters has been requested of Mr. Clarke.

  25. 2. VDOT Reports – At the June 26 Board meeting, VDOT agreed to review the following matter and provide an update at the July 24 meeting • Pulaski County High School Entrance Costs

  26. 3. Long-term Transportation Issues – Delegate Crockett-Stark has been invited by the Speaker of the House to a pre-transportation session meeting in Richmond on July 27 and is asking for input. I recommend the following: • a. Emphasis on repairing bridges including those in Allisonia across Big Reed Island Creek, the Route 114 bridge across the New River and the Route 100 bridge across Back Creek. • b. Utilization of maintenance money for chip and sealing of existing dirt roads; • c. Establishment of lane mile equity between urban and rural funding as well as design standards; and • d. Increased funding of the rural secondary road system in recognition of a 45-year waiting list for new secondary road improvement projects.

  27. 4. Route 11 Speed Limits – Shelor Motor Mile has asked consideration to reducing the speed limit along Route 11 from the intersection of Route 114 to the intersection of Old Route 11 from 55 mph to 45 mph. This reduction reduces the site distance required for entrances onto Route 11 and makes it more feasible to add an additional entrance to the Speedway.

  28. 5. Hiwassee Fire Department – I would like to request the assistance of the VDOT staff in making it possible to establish a second entrance to this facility as part of its expansion to include a REMSI station.

  29. b. Citizen Concerns

  30. c. Board of Supervisors Concerns

  31. 8:10 p.m. • 6. Treasurer’s Report • The Honorable Rose Marie Tickle, Treasurer

  32. 8:15 p.m. 7. Citizens’ Comments

  33. 8:20 p.m. 8. Reports from the County Administrator and Staff:

  34. a. Appeal by Bimmerworld Properties L L C for a site plan review to allow construction of a 9,600 sq. ft. building for mixed uses including shop space, parts storage and display, and general office space on property identified as tax parcel 040-002-0000-0008, (2.539 acres), zoned Transitional Industrial District (I0), located on the southwest corner at the intersection of River Course Dr., (Rt. 1151) and NRV Corporate Center Dr., (Rt. 1158), Cloyd District – The Board has been provided with terms of an agreement reached on Thursday this week providing a potential resolution of the matter. Based on these terms, no action will be needed by the Board at the July meeting.

  35. b. Introduction of Community Development Director – The Board has been provided with a copy of the resume’ of Shawn Utt, who will be assuming the duties of Community Development Director on August 1.

  36. c. Key Activity Timetable - Copies of the timetable are available on the table at the entrance to the Board Room.

  37. d. Appointments – Action on appointments has been deferred to the Closed Meeting Session of the agenda.

  38. e. Scheduling of Administrator’s Evaluation – I would like to ask the Board to schedule an annual evaluation. Also, in order to maintain my standing as a Credentialed Manager by the International City/County Managers Association, I need to do the anonymous 360o evaluation by July 1, 2007 (which Board members may recall consists of a detailed form to be completed by Board members, staff and other which is then send to the University of Georgia for scoring). I am glad to pay the $245 cost of this evaluation as I believe the Credentialed Manager program is important to the overall practice of professional local government management.

  39. 8:45 p.m. • 9. Items of Consent: • a. Approval of Minutes of June 26, 2006 • b. Accounts Payable • c. Appropriations and Interoffice Transfers • d. Ratification and/or Approval of Contracts, Change Orders & Agreements: • 1. Agreement with Robinson, Farmer, Cox for • Preparation of Communication Taxes and Fees • 2. Ratification of Contribution Towards Counsel • Fees related to Adelphia Bankruptcy Documents • 3. Architectural Services Agreement with Tom Douthat for Hiwassee Fire Department Expansion • e. Personnel Changes • f. Authorization to Sign VDOT Grants • g. Adoption of Revised Sewage Disposal Permit Limits • h. Resolution Authorizing the Construction and • Financing of Improvements to the Fire Department • Building of the Hiwassee Volunteer Fire Department

  40. 9:00 p.m. • 10. Citizen Comments

  41. 9:15 p.m. • 11. Other Matters from Supervisors

  42. 9:30 p.m. • 12. Closed Meeting – 2.1-344.A.1.3.5.7

  43. c. Appointments: 1. New River Valley Planning District Commission - Pete Crawford has accepted the Board’s invitation to serve out the unexpired term of Tom Owen on the New River Valley Planning District Commission. 2. Board of Zoning Appeals (Alternate) - Due to Mr. Utt accepting the position of Community Development Director, a vacancy exists for an alternate position on the Board of Zoning Appeals. 3. Wireless Authority - The terms of Dan Bailey and Tim Jones will expire on July 25, 2006. Both are eligible for reappointment.

  44. 4. HOME Consortium – The Town of Pulaski has requested the consideration of the Board of Supervisors to the appointment of John Hawley as one of two Pulaski County representatives on the newly forming New River Valley HOME Consortium. The action by the Town Council was misrepresented in the Sunday, July 16th Southwest Times.

  45. 5. New River Valley Economic Development Alliance – Aric Bopp reports that Carilion has appointed Dr. Murphy, President and CEO of Carilion Health Systems, as a Board member, with Matt Perry, President of Carilion NRV Medical Center, as his alternate. Thus, it would be fitting that Mark Radar be appointed the Board member with John Overton as his alternate.

  46. 13. Adjournment