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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 from 7:30 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 Mon., Sept. 17, 2000 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 7:00 p.m. APPROXIMATE PRESENTED BY TIME & ITEM 7:00 p.m. 1.Invocation

3 2. Resolution of Support for President of U. S. – Adoption is recommended of the resolution provided by the National Association of Counties in support of the President of the United States, as he works with his national security team to defend against the recent attacks on the United States.

4 7:00 p.m. 3.Public Hearings: a.Budget Amendment – Carryover of Funds - A public hearing on the appropriations budget amendment has been scheduled for the meeting.

5 b.A rezoning request by David R. Wright from Residential (R) to Residential (R3) on property identified by tax map no , acres, located at 6585 Camelot Rd., Cloyd District - The Board was provided with an updated information from the Planning Commission meeting regarding this matter. The Planning Commission recommends approval of the rezoning with Mr. Wrights proffer to limit development of this parcel to the existing building, which contains four (4) two- bedroom apartments and the proposed apartment building containing six (6) one- bedroom units.

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8 c.A request by Richard E. Delph for a Special Use Permit (SUP) to allow a garage without a principle dwelling per Section 5B-3 of the Residential District (R1) on property identified as tax map no , zoned Residential (R1), acres, located at 3484 Lake Ridge Dr., Draper District - The Board was provided with an updated information from the Planning Commission meeting regarding this matter. The Planning Commission recommends approval of the Special Use Permit.

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10 d.A request by James E. Harris and Billy R. Skeen for a Special Use Permit (SUP) to allow a camper per Section 5B-3 of the Residential District (R1), on property identified as tax map no , zoned Residential (R1), located at 4855 Front Rd., Draper District - The Board was provided with an updated information from the Planning Commission meeting regarding this matter. The Planning Commission recommends approval of the Special Use Permit with the conditions specified by the Board of Zoning Appeals, which are also provided for the Board under STAFF COMMENTS.

11 7:45 p.m. 4. Highway Matters: a.Follow-up from Previous Board meeting: The resident engineer may have information to share on the following matters from previous Board meetings, unless noted otherwise: Mr. Dan Brugh, Resident Engineer

12 1.Rural Addition Status Report - The Board was provided with an update of the Rural Additions Progress Report. Adoption of the Harbor Point Street resolution is requested. Also the Board was provided with a letter to residents of Camelot Farms following a determination that the current road way is not a public right-of-way.

13 2.Informal Speed Study on Parrott River Road, Route 600 Between Railroad Trestles - An update may be provided by VDOT.

14 3.Request for Speed Limit Study & Signs on Valley Road - An update may be provided by VDOT.

15 4.Request for Speed Study on Rt. 633, Powell Avenue - A formal speed study was requested. An update may be provided by VDOT.

16 5.Request for Speed Limit Posting, Rt. 755, Depot Road - An update may be provided by VDOT.

17 6.Guardrail Replacement – Draper Valley Road - VDOT was requested to review the request and report back to the Board.

18 7.Request for Guardrail Placement and Reduced Speed Limit on Old Rt VDOT was requested to conduct an informal speed study. An update may be provided by VDOT.

19 b.Request for Speed Limit Sign (25 mph) on Winding Way Drive - Ms. Deborah Gray of 2700 Winding Way Drive, Pulaski has requested a speed limit sign be erected.

20 c.Request to Add Rt. 615, Landrum Road, to Six Year Plan Waiting List - Ms. Melinda Worrell of 5603 Landrum Road, Dublin, has requested the Board add Landrum Road to the Six Year Plan Waiting List.

21 d.Board of Supervisors Concerns

22 e.Citizen Concerns

23 8:00 p.m. 5.Treasurers Report The Honorable Rose Marie Tickle, Treasurer

24 8:05 p.m. 6.Citizens Comments

25 8:15 p.m. 7.Reports from the County Administrator & Staff: a.Key Activity Timetable - The Board was provided with an updated timetable. Copies are available for the public at the entrance to the Board Room.

26 b.Update on Property Clean-ups -The Board was provided with an update from Mr. Tickner regarding the property cleanups, including the new agenda item 7b6 - Property owned by Riverbend Water Company.

27 1.Property owned by Barney C. and Mildred E. Gallimore, identified by tax map no A, zoned Agricultural (A-1), located on the east side of Chestnut Ridge Rd. (Rt. 671), addressed as 3762 Chestnut Ridge Rd., Draper District.

28 2.Property owned by Paul H. and Phyllis T. Gallimore, identified by tax map no D, zoned Agricultural (A-1), located on the east side of Chestnut Ridge Rd. (Rt. 671), addressed as 3706 Chestnut Ridge Rd., and property identified as tax map no , located on the north side of Beamer Hollow Rd., Draper District.

29 3.Property owned by Rosetta H. Gallimore, identified by tax map number B, zoned Agricultural (A-1), located at northeast corner of the intersection of Chestnut Ridge Rd. (Rt. 671) and Beamer Hollow Rd. (Rt. 670), in the Draper District.

30 4.Property owned by Everston L. and Roger L. Gallimore, identified by tax map no C, zoned Agricultural (A-1), located at on the north side of Beamer Hollow Rd. (Rt. 670), Draper District.

31 5.A request for Special Use Permit (SUP) by Tara Kent Fowlkes Edwards to allow individual camping per Section 5B-3 of the Zoning Ordinance on property identified as tax parcel A, zoned Residential (R1), located at 2524 Brown Rd., Draper District - Ms. Jenkins and Supervisor Cook made a site visit on August 28 to meet with Mr. Edwards regarding the special use permit request, which was tabled at the Boards August 27 meeting. Mr. Edwards agreed to the Boards request to relocate the campers and to clean up the property within 30 days. Continued

32 Mr. Cook authorized an additional two weeks, with Ms. Jenkins to make a site inspection and advise Mr. Cook if Mr. Edwards is making significant progress. Any additional information will be provided to the Board prior to the meeting.

33 6.Property owned by Riverbend Water Company, identified by tax map parcels , 5-8, zoned Agricultural (A1), located on the southeast corner of the intersection of Alum Spring Rd. (Rt. 636) and Tyson St. (Rt. 1110), Tyson Hills Subdivision, Robinson District – The Board was provided with an update from Mr. Tickner on this matter.

34 c.Amendments to Animal Control Ordinance - It is recommended that the changes the Board was provided with be made to the Animal Control Ordinance pertaining to the definition of a kennel. Sheriff Davis advises that the Game Warden will not respond to problems caused by wild (rabid) animals. He further says that if the Animal Control Office is expected to do so, then some money will be needed to purchase items for that purpose.

35 Thus, the only change to the animal control ordinance recommended is the modification pertaining to the definition of a kennel. Responsibility for addressing problems caused by wild animals would remain with the Animal Control officers. I will work with Sheriff Davis in determining the estimated cost of equipment which may be needed by Animal Control officers.

36 d.Appointments - The following appointments are requested to be considered in closed session: 1.Library Board 2.Pulaski Encouraging Progress 3. Clean Community Council 4. Agency on Aging 5. Building Appeals Committee 6.Nominations for Local Workforce Investment Board

37 8.Items of Consent: a.Minutes of August 27, 2001

38 b.Accounts Payable

39 c.Transfers – Interoffice Transfer #3 - The Board was provided with information for interoffice transfer #3.

40 d.Ratification: 1.Change Order - There are no change orders at this time.

41 2.Agreements, Grants, & Other - The following are submitted for the Boards review and approval: Library Ezra Jack Keats Mini-Grants Application - Authorization by the Board to make application is requested. The Board was provided with a copy of the grant application.

42 e.Personnel Changes - Ms. Burchett has provided for the Board an update of recent personnel changes..

43 f.Driver Safety and Evaluation Policy - Adoption of the model policy that was provided to the Board setting standards for driving of commercial vehicles is recommended.

44 g.Randolph Park Proposal – Redesign of Risers for Ponds A&B - Approval is recommended of the proposal by Anderson and Associates for engineering services for the Randolph Park Detention Basins A and B Riser Configuration and Improved Capacity Design.

45 h.Fiscal Agent for New River Access Project – Pulaski County has been requested by the U. S. Economic Development Administration, the City of Radford and the Town of Pearisburg to serve as fiscal agent for $612,000 in federal funding of the River Access Project. Administrative work will be limited to signing the grant application, the grant agreement, and forwarding funds received to the Planning District Commission for administration.

46 i.County Web Site Upgrade – The Board was provided with a proposal from NRCC to upgrade the county web site at a cost of $3,500. Approval is recommended.

47 9.Citizen Comments

48 10.Other Matters from Supervisors

49 11.Closed Meeting – A

50 12.Adjournment


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