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City of Manassas, VirginiaCity Council Meeting
City Council Regular Meeting & Public HearingsCouncil Chambers
Monday, April 09, 2018
Call to Order - 5:30 p.m.
Invocation and Presentation of Colors by the Manassas City Police Department Honor Guard
Community and Staff Presentations
Presentation: Business Appreciation Month Proclamation(Staff: Patrick Small, Economic Development Director)
Manassas City Police Department Employee Recognition Ceremony(Staff: Douglas Keen, Chief of Police)
Presentation: National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week Proclamation
Honorable Service Medal Recipients:Senior Police Officer C. SmithPolice Officer S. Curry
Sergeant John Conner Memorial Award Recipient/2017 Employee of the Year:Police Officer M. Hyde
2017 Field Training Officer of the YearMPO T. Rodriquez
Merit Award Recipients:Master Police Officer T. Rodriquez
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Senior Police Officer A. PlourdeSenior Police Officer T. UreySenior Police Officer D. PetittSenior Police Officer C. Sutton
Employees of the Month: - January 2018 Employee of the Month Police Officer J. Victor
- February 2018 Employee of the Month Senior Animal Control Officer M. Daigle
1. Consent Agenda
All matters listed under the consent agenda are considered to be routine by the City Counciland will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items. Ifdiscussion is desired, that item will be removed from the consent agenda and consideredseparately.
1.1 City Council Minutes: March 22, 2018, March 26, 2018, and April 2, 2018(Staff: Andrea P. Madden, Assistant to the City Manager - City Clerk)Agenda Statement - City Council MinutesCity Council Minutes: March 22, 2018City Council Minutes: March 26, 2018City Council Minutes: April 2, 2018
1.2 Performance Bond and Erosion Control Bond Release: Wawa Public Improvement Plan SP#16-00000012(Staff: Vanessa A. Watson, Development Services Coordinator)Agenda Statement - Bond Release - Wawa Public ImprovementBackup - Location Graphic: Wawa Public ImprovementBackup - Site Plan: Wawa Public ImprovementCertificate of Compliance: Wawa Public Improvement
1.3 Performance Bond Release: The Lester Group Yard Modifications Plan SP#17-00000032
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(Staff: Vanessa A. Watson, Development Services Coordinator)Agenda Statement - Bond Release - Lester Group Yard Modifications PlanBackup - Location Graphic: Lester Group Yard Modifications PlanBackup - Site Plan: Lester Group Yard Modifications PlanCertificate of Compliance: Lester Group Yard Modifications Plan
1.4 Proclamation: Business Appreciation Month(Staff: Patrick J. Small, Economic Development Director)Agenda Statement - Business Appreciation Month ProclamationProclamation - Business Appreciation Month
1.5 Proclamation: National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week(Staff: Douglas W. Keen, Chief of Police)Agenda Statement - National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week 2018Proclamation - National Public Safety Telecommuniators Week 2018
1.6 Uncodified Ordinance #O-2018-06: Granting a Forty (40) Year Franchise for theConstruction of Improvements and the Provision of Services of a Full-ServiceFixed Base Operator at the Manassas Regional Airport (Second Reading)(Staff: Juan Rivera, Airport Director and Craig Brown, City Attorney)
2. Ordinances and Resolutions
2.1 Ordinance #O-2018-12: Tax Abatement for Rehabilitated Real Estate Program Commercial/Industrial (First Reading)(Staff: Patrick J. Small, Economic Development Director)Agenda Statement - Ordinance #O-2018-12 - Commercial Tax AbatementOrdinance #O-2018-12Ordinance #O-2018-12 - Redline Version
3. New Business
3.1 Annual Report: People Incorporated of Virginia(Staff: Ronald King, Social Services Director)(Presented by: Robert Goldsmith, President & CEO)
4. Citizens' Time - 7:30 p.m.
The citizens' portion of the agenda is set aside for those citizens who wish to address theCouncil for less than three minutes each. Citizens need not give prior notice to the City tospeak during the citizens' time portion of the agenda. Citizens may address the Council for
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longer than three minutes if they ask the City Manager for a place on the agenda at leastfour working days before the meeting.
5. Authorize the Closed Meeting
Virginia Code 2.2-3711 (A) (5):1. Prospective or Expanding Business or Industry
5.1 Authorize a Closed Meeting Agenda Statement - Authorize a Closed Meeting
6. Certify the Closed Meeting
6.1 Certify the Closed Meeting Certify a Closed Meeting
City of ManassasManassas City Council
9027 Center StreetManassas, VA 20110
Meeting Date: April 9, 2018
Time Estimate: Consent Agenda
Agenda Title: City Council Minutes: March 22, 2018, March 26, 2018, and April 2, 2018
Motion: If approved as part of the Consent Agenda:I move that the Consent Agenda be approved and the readings of the ordinances dispensed.
If removed from the Consent Agenda:I move that the Minutes of March 22, 2018, March 26, 2018, and April 2, 2018 be approved.
Date Last Consideredby City Council:
Board Committee or Commission Reviewed:
Fiscal Impact: N/A
Staff Contact: Andrea P. Madden, Assistant to the City Manager / City Clerkamadden@manassasva.gov(703) 257-8280
March 22, 2018
A Special Meeting of the Council of the City of Manassas, Virginia, for the purpose of conducting a work session, was held in the second floor conference room at City Hall, on the above date with the following present on roll call: Vice Mayor Sheryl L. Bass, Council Members Marc T. Aveni, Ian T. Lovejoy, Pamela J. Sebesky, and Mark D. Wolfe; City Manager W. Patrick Pate, Assistant to the City Manager/City Clerk Andrea P. Madden, City Attorney S. Craig Brown,Community Development Director Elizabeth S. Via-Gossman, Development Services Manager Jamie S. Collins, Planning and Zoning Manager Matthew D. Arcieri, Senior Planner Greg Bokan, Transportation Planner Chloe Delhomme, and Economic Development Director Patrick J. Small.
Absent were Mayor Harry J. Parrish II and Council Member Ken D. Elston.
Vice Mayor Bass called the meeting to order at 5:39 p.m.
The City Clerk reported that the news media had been notified of the meeting in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act.
1) Work Sessions
1.1 Special City License Plate Proposal
Elizabeth S. Via-Gossman, Community Development Director, introduced Mr. Bob Keller of the Historic Resources Board, who presented a proposal to request that the Commonwealth create a special license plate for the City of Manassas. State law allows any Virginia county, city, or town to apply directly with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) for the development of license plates bearing those entities seal, symbol, emblem, or logotype. The City Council will take action at a future meeting to approve the design and submit an application to the Commonwealth.
1.2 Annaburg Manor Update
Elizabeth S. Via-Gossman, Community Development Director, discussed options available to the City with regard to the historic designation of Annaburg Manor. Ms. Via-Gossman also reviewed a DRAFT report submitted by a local architect that provided preliminary costs for stabilizing and renovating the structure.
1.3 Downtown South Housing Study
Matthew D. Arcieri, Planning and Zoning Manager, explained that in 2017, the City received a Community Impact Grant from the Virginia Housing Development Authority to study housing and neighborhood conditions in the Downtown South area. Mr. Arcieri presented the results of the study and discussed recommendations.
March 22, 2018
1.4 2018 Comprehensive Plan Update
Elizabeth S. Via-Gossman, Community Development Director, presented to the City Council a revised framework document and timeline for the 2018 Comprehensive Plan update.
A motion was duly made, seconded and CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY to adjourn the meeting.
Vice Mayor Bass declared the meeting adjourned at 7:02 p.m.
Mayor City Clerk
March 26, 2018
A Regular Meeting of the Council of the City of Manassas, Virginia was held in Council Chambers, City Hall, on the above date with the following present on roll call: Mayor Harry J. Parrish II, Vice Mayor Sheryl L. Bass, Council Members Ken D. Elston, Pamela J. Sebesky, and Mark D. Wolfe; Acting City Manager/Police Chief Doug Keen, Assistant to the City Manager/City Clerk Andrea P. Madden, City Attorney S. Craig Brown, Fire and Rescue Chief Robert L. Clemons, Jr., Communications Manager Patty Prince, Economic Development Director Patrick J. Small, Planning and Zoning Manager Matthew D. Arcieri, Senior Planner Kelly Davis.
Absent were Council Member Marc T. Aveni and Ian T. Lovejoy.
Mayor Parrish called the meeting to order at 5:33 p.m. and delivered the invocation.
Vice Mayor Bass reported that she attended the Running of the Saints at All Saints Church on Saturday, March 24th. Vice Mayor Bass thanked the staff for their response to the wintry weather conditions and invited the community to view the art exhibit in the Hall at City Hall. Vice Mayor Bass reported that she will be attending the Valor Awards on Wednesday, March 28th. Vice Mayor Bass informed the community that tickets are on sale for the 8th Anniversary Gala at the Hylton Performing Arts Center on April 14th.
Council Member Sebesky thanked the staff for their response to the inclement weather last week and reported that she will be attending the Valor Awards on Wednesday, March 28th. Council Member Sebesky informed the community that March is Womens History Month, and that the Manassas Museum has two exhibits this month honoring women, the Annies Porch exhibit and the Jennie Dean Exhibit.
Mayor Parrish provided the City Council with a press release issued by the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) detailing its partnership with the Northern Virginia Transportation Coalition and joint support for the identification of $154 million in ongoing, dedicated funding for Metro, and to call on the Governor to ensure the allocation of such funds to Metro does come at the expense of other critical transportation priorities in the region.
Mayor Parrish distributed a listing of the 2017 VML Policy Committee Appointments and indicated he will make the 2018 appointments at an upcoming Council meeting.
Acting City Manager and Chief of Police Douglas Keen invited the community to visit the Hall in City Hall for the Best of the Region art show on display till April 6th and reminded the community of the exhibit Annies Porch at the Manassas Museum.
March 26, 2018
Chief Keen reported on significant traffic events in the City to include construction at Tudor and Fairview Avenue, as Tudor Lane will be closed from Main Street to Windsor Avenue and Fairview Avenue will be down to single lane of traffic, because the Citys electric team will be undergrounding power lines.
Chief Keen reported that beginning on April 2nd City crews will be fixing the cross walks along Center Street and Church Street.
Chief Keen informed the community that milling and paving began on March 26th along Godwin Drive from Sudley Road to Nokesville Road.
Chief Keen reminded the community that the City of Manassas Utilities Department will never call and ask for payment. If you receive one of these calls, please call 703-257-8000 and report the call to the Police Department.
Chief Keen reported that he participated in a Parent Forum on School Safety at Osbourn High School on March 19th.
1) Consent Agenda
1.1 City Council Minutes: March 12, 2018, March 13, 2018, March 14, 2018, and March 19, 2018
1.2 Amended: 2018 City Council Meeting Calendar1.3 Resolution 2018-06-R: Consideration of Resolution 2018-06-R Amending the FY
2018 Budget by Budget and Appropriating $2,200,000 of Bond Proceeds from a Future Bond Issue for Architect and Engineering Design Services of the Public Safety Facility Capital Project AND Consideration of Resolution of Official Intent to Reimburse Expenditures with Proceeds of a Borrowing
1.4 Performance Bond and Erosion Control Bond Release:Piers Driveway Plan SP#16-00000025
1.5 Agreement: Annual Lim...