Joint Public Hearing – October 20, 2014

  PUBLIC HEARING AND

 REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING MINUTES

MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2014, 7:00 PM

REMINGTON VOLUNTEER FIRE AND RESCUE BUILDING

200 EAST MARSHALL STREET, REMINGTON, VA

 

 Mayor Gerald A. Billingsley called the Public Hearing and the Regular Monthly Meeting to order.

 

Town Council Members Present:

Evan H. “Skeet” Ashby, III – arrived late

Devada R. Allison

J. Wilson Clatterbuck

Stanley L. Heaney, Sr.

Van M. Loving

Chad M. Ralls – arrived late

Town Staff Present:                                         

  Town Clerk/Treasurer Kimberly A. Bowrin

Town Attorney Andrea G. Erard

Town Superintendent James E. Steward

Police Chief Charles T. Proffitt

Guests Present: Brian Scannion, Tama Allison, John Meadows, Bruce & Becky Aylor, Mary Graham, Steve Wright, Dottie Stevens, Amy Kuhler, Don Hagistan, Tina Carter, Chris Butler, Anthony Papeira, Boy Scout Troop 1187

Mayor Billingsley introduced each person in attendance and then invited everyone to stand for the Presentation of the Colors and the Pledge of Allegiance by Boy Scout Troop 1187.

PUBLIC HEARING

Mayor Billingsley announced that the topic of the evening’s public hearing was the consideration of Ordinance 05-14: an increase in the water rates for In Town from $20 to $29 for the first 4000 gallons and $3.50 per 1000 over 4000 gallons. Ordinance 05-14 also increases the water rates for Out of Town from $35.00 to $44.00 for the first 4000 gallons and $3.75 per 1000 over 4000. Mayor Billingsley also explained to the audience that the Town of Remington was required by the federal government and the Virginia Health Department to meet the arsenic standards set by the EPA. Mr. Billingsley stated that the EPA lowered the standards from 50 parts per billion to 10 parts per billions which put the Town’s level over the standard since the Town’s level has been at 12 ppb. Mr. Billingsley continued to state that after several years of trying to find an economical way to address the lowered standards, the Town was forced to put in a filtration system that cost $650,000.00. The Town needed to borrow the money in order to complete the project. The Water Committee looked what was necessary to meet the payments for the project and cost for running the system and came up with the recommendation of the proposed rates listed.

Mayor Billingsley opened the floor to the citizens to address the Council on the Ordinance.

With no comment from the audience, Mayor Billingsley declared the public hearing closed.

 

REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING

CITIZENS TIME

Miss Stevens and Miss Graham addressed the Council on the subject of noise ordinance. They stated that loud music is coming from across the street and is asking if the Town could get involved with noise from the neighbors. A discussion followed regarding an ordinance with drinking in public. Chief Proffitt stated that he would look into it.

John Meadows addressed the Council regarding a tree beside his property on Franklin Street. Mr. Meadows stated that this tree is dead but the owner does not want to participate in the financial responsibility of taking down the tree. Mr. Meadows asked for Council help in trying to get the tree taken care of for safety reasons. Discussion followed on the subject. Town Attorney Erard stated that the part of the tree that hangs over the sidewalk and street is on public property and can be trimmed. However, the tree is on private property and can only be addressed by the owner. Town Superintendent Steward stated he would look at the tree and see if VDOT or Dominion VA Power could at least get the limbs away from power lines.

Chris Butler addressed the Council thanked the Town, the Police Chief and everyone who helped with the Fall Festival to make it a successful day. Mr. Butler stated that he is looking forward to next year’s event.

Steve Wright, President of the Remington Volunteer Fire Department, addressed the Council on the subject of a parcel that the fire department owns. He stated that the department would like to a put building on the property to store lawn and garden equipment, a tractor and other equipment. He stated that the building will be portable but anchored to the asphalt. Mr. Wright stated that the property is zoned R-1 and that accessory buildings are only allowed if there is a main dwelling and a special use permit would need to be applied for since there is no permanent structure on the property. Mr. Wright asked the Council to waive the $400 application fee. A short discussion followed. Council Member Allison suggested that the fee could not be waived however the Council could donate $400 back to the fire department.

 

CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCE 05-14

Council Member Heaney shared with the Council that the Water Committee recommended to raise the water rates by $8.00 instead of $9.00 with the rates for over 4000 gallons remain the same.

Council Member Heaney motioned that Ordinance 05-14 would state that the increase for In Town residents would be for the first 4000 gallons from $20 to $28 and $3.50 per 1000 gallons beyond 4000 and for Out of Town residents, it would change from $35 to $43 for the first 4000 gallons and $3.75 per 1000 gallons over 4000 and a new customer fee of $25. Council Member Ashby seconded the motion.  A discussion followed on the determination of how the calculations were established. The motion carried by a roll call vote

Allison – Aye

Ashby – Aye

Clatterbuck – Aye

Heaney – Aye

Loving – Aye

Ralls – Nay

COMMITTEE REPORTS

WATER COMMITTEE

Council Member Heaney shared with the Council that they received a water leak adjustment letter from a citizen whose water softener was stuck on. There was a short discussion on the subject. Council Member Loving gave a brief history on the situation. Mr. Loving stated that this would set the precedent on future situations like this.

Council Member Allison motioned to grant the leak adjustment for half the overage in the amount of $55.58.  Council Member Loving seconded the motion. The motion carried.

Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls

Nays: 0

 Council Member Heaney shared with the Council that the Town needs to do a concrete patch from 2 different water line breaks. Town Superintendent Steward presented the quote for the repairs.

Council Member Heaney motioned to cover the expense of repairing the asphalt and concrete from the water leaks and to accept the quote the Burton & Robinson in the amount of $1115.00 and to authorize Mr. Steward to sign the quote. Council Member Ashby seconded the motion. The motion carried.

Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls

 FINANCE

Council Member Clatterbuck did not have anything to report.

 COMMUITY DEVELOPMENT

Council Member Allison thanked the Fall Festival Committee for their hard work and for the successful day. Council Member Ashby suggested that the Council prepare a proclamation thanking the committee for their hard work. Council Member Allison asked Town Clerk Bowrin to prepare the proclamation and invite the committee to the next regular meeting.

Council Member Allison presented the request for expenses for the upcoming holiday season prepared by Town Clerk Bowrin.

Council Member Allison motioned to spend $375.00 to purchase the supplies needed for the Open House as well the supplies needed for the decorations and the for the fire department’s breakfast with Santa. Council Member Ashby seconded the motion. Council Member Ralls suggested that, in addition, a donation of $50 be made to the local food bank.

Council Member Allison amended the motion to $375.00 plus the additional $50.00 to the local food bank. Council Member Ashby seconded the motion. The motion carried.

Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls

Nays: 0

 CEMETERY COMMITTEE

Council Member Loving shared with the Council that there was a recent burial in the Cemetery.

Mr. Loving informed the Council that the Town received a quarterly distribution check in the amount of $649.71. 

Council Member Loving motioned to deposit the quarterly distribution check from the Trust account in the amount of $649.71 to the Operating Cemetery Checking account. Council Member Allison seconded the motion. The motion carried.

Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls

Nays: 0

 Council Member Loving invited Mrs. Becky Aylor to the front of the room. Mr. Loving shared with the Council that Mrs. Aylor was the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Hoffman. Mr. Loving stated that the Mrs. Aylor would like to give back to the Remington Cemetery. Mr. Loving told the Council that Mr. & Mrs. Aylor would like to fertilize the Cemetery. Mr. Loving stated that the staff took several soil samples for the Aylor’s. Mr. Loving thanked the Aylor family for their kind donation.

PUBLIC FACILITIES

Council Member Ralls addressed the Council regarding the Town’s current ordinance on signs. Mr. Ralls shared that Wankoma Village’s neighborhood sign was damaged and the neighborhood would like to put up a new sign, however the sign they would like to put up is larger than what the Town’s Ordinance allows. Mr. Ralls shared that he would like to amend the sign ordinance to allow for the sign that Wankoma needs to replace.

Council Member Ralls motioned to authorize a joint public hearing with the Planning Commission and the Town Council at the November 17 meeting to amend the sign ordinance. Council Member Ashby seconded the motion. There was a short discussion on the advertisement. Town Attorney Erard stated that the public hearing would be a text amendment to allow any sign in the Town identifying a neighborhood.  After the discussion, the motion carried.

Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls

Nays: 0

 Council Member Ralls inquired if Capital Improvement money be used for parks outside of the Town limits. Ms. Erard stated that the capital improvement fund could not be utilized for that. However, Ms. Erard continued, Virginia State Code allows a governing body to make a charitable contribution to a group that would benefit the citizens of the Town.

 POLICE/PERSONNEL

Council Member Clatterbuck thanked the Police for their fine work at the Remington Fall Festival.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

There was a short discussion regarding the fuel prices at local stores versus the fuel prices at Fleet Maintenance.  Council Member Heaney stated that fuel prices at local stores are currently cheaper than prices at Fleet Maintenance. Town Superintendent Steward stated that it would be difficult for all employees to turn in the fuel tickets from purchases to the office. Mr. Steward stated that the prices at Fleet Maintenance are determined at the beginning of each fiscal year.

NEW BUSINESS

There was no New Business before the Council at this meeting.

Council Member Allison gave a brief report about meeting with the architect for the new Town Hall building.

 STAFF REPORTS

Town Administrator

No report was given by Town Administrator Lee.

Town Clerk

Town Clerk Bowrin did not have anything additional report.

Town Superintendent

Town Superintendent Steward asked to attend a class to keep his education points current. He stated the cost of the class was $168.00

Council Member Allison motioned to pay $168.00 for Mr. Steward to attend the class to keep his education points current. Council Member Ashby seconded the motion. The motion carried.

Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls

Nays: 0

Town Superintendent Steward shared with the Council that a hydraulic hose on the trash truck has broken and will need to be replaced. Council Member Heaney asked for a price to replace all the hydraulic hoses at once. Mr. Steward stated that he would have some prices available.

Police Chief

Chief Proffitt shared with the Council that he was able to get a refund on the LODA bill of approximately $1500.00.

CONSENT AGENDA

Mayor Billingsley asked for any questions for the Bill Listing or Treasurer’s Report presented. Mr. Billingsley asked for any additions or corrections to the draft minutes presented for approval.

Council Member Ashby motioned to adopt the Consent Agenda as presented. Council Member Clatterbuck seconded the motion. The motion carried.

Ayes: Ashby, Allison, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls

Nays: 0

With no further business, Council Member Ashby motioned to adjourn with a second by Council Member Heaney. The motion carried.

Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls

Nays: 0

 

The meeting adjourned at 8:40 pm.

 

 

 

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Gerald A. Billingsley, Mayor                                               Stanley L. Heaney, Sr., Recorder

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Agenda Regular Meeting – February 9, 2015

REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING AGENDA

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2015, 7:00 PM

REMINGTON TOWN COUNCIL

REMINGTON VOLUNTEER FIRE & RESCUE DEPARTMENT BUILDING

TRAINING ROOM 1

200 EAST MARSHALL STREET, REMINGTON, VIRGINIA

I.    CALL TO ORDER:  RECOGNITION OF TOWN COUNCIL, STAFF AND GUESTS

II.        PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

III.       CITIZENS TIME

      – Tim Sargeant – Virginia Dominion Power: Solar Panel Project

IV.          COMMITTEE REPORTS 

                A.  POLICE/PERSONNEL          Chair: Ashby                       Member: Clatterbuck, Heaney

                B.   WATER                                    Chair: Heaney                   Member: Loving  

                 C.  PUBLIC FACILITIES          Chair: Ralls                          Member: Heaney                             

                D.  FINANCE COMMITTEE     Chair: Clatterbuck               Member: Ashby

                        – Monthly Report

                         – CD Renewal

                       – 2015-16 Budget Schedule

                     E.  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT   Chair: Allison          Member: Ralls

                             – 125th birthday celebration          

                    F.  CEMETERY                           Chair: Loving                      Member: Allison

                            – Quarterly Distribution

V.         UNFINISHED BUSINESS

                         – New Town Hall Committee Report

VI.        NEW BUSINESS

 VII.      STAFF REPORTS

               – Town Administrator

               – Town Superintendent

               – Town Clerk

               – Police Chief

VIII.                CONSENT AGENDA

                  - Bill Listing

                   – Treasurer’s Report

                   – Draft Minutes: Regular Monthly Meeting – January 12, 2015

 IX.       CLOSED SESSION

  X.         ADJOURNMENT              

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Information on Inclement Weather hours

The Town of Remington and Remington DMV Select Office follows Fauquier County Government on inclement weather closings and delayed openings. We will strive to inform our citizens on any closings or delayed openings as soon as we receive the information. To obtain information from Fauquier County on inclement weather information, visit their website at www.fauquiercounty.gov.  They will post information on the top of their website home page.

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Town Office Office Hours for week of January 12-19

The Town of Remington and Remington DMV Select Office will be closed on Friday, January 16, 2015 for Lee/Jackson Day and also on Monday, January 19, 2015 for Martin Luther King Day. In Town Trash Pick up will be on Tuesday, January 20. Please have your trash out by 8 am on the 20th to ensure pick up.

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Agenda Regular Monthly Meeting – January 12, 2015

REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING AGENDA

 MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 2015, 7:00 PM

REMINGTON TOWUN COUNCIL

REMINGTON VOLUNTEER FIRE & RESCUE DEPARTMENT BUILDING

TRAINING ROOM 1

200 EAST MARSHALL STREET, REMINGTON, VIRGINIA

 

I.          CALL TO ORDER:  RECOGNITION OF TOWN COUNCIL, STAFF AND GUESTS

II.        PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

III.       CITIZENS TIME

                             – Brian Scannon –American Legion Post 247                     

IV.          COMMITTEE REPORTS

                A.  POLICE/PERSONNEL          Chair: Ashby                       Member: Clatterbuck, Heaney

                           – Part time Laborer – recommendation to hire

                B.   WATER                                    Chair: Heaney                  Member: Loving                         

                C.  PUBLIC FACILITIES          Chair: Ralls                         Member: Heaney                                         

                D.  FINANCE COMMITTEE     Chair: Clatterbuck              Member: Ashby

                       – Monthly Report

                E.  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT   Chair: Allison          Member: Ralls

                             – Pet Waste receptacles update

                F.  CEMETERY                           Chair: Loving                      Member: Allison

V.         UNFINISHED BUSINESS

                   – New Town Hall Committee Report

                    - Comcast Franchise Agreement- Authorize to Advertise

                            

VI.        NEW BUSINESS

VII.      STAFF REPORTS 

VIII      CONSENT AGENDA

          - Bill Listing

         – Treasurer’s Report

          – Draft Minutes: Work Session – December 8, 2014

                                           Regular Monthly Meeting- December 15, 2014

 IX.       CLOSED SESSION – AS NEEDED

X.         ADJOURNMENT              

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Regular Monthly Meeting – December 15, 2014

REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING AGENDA

 MONDAY, DECEMBER  15, 2014, 7:00 pm

REMINGTON TOWN COUNCIL

REMINGTON VOLUNTEER FIRE & RESCUE DEPARTMENT BUILDING

TRAINING ROOM 1

200 EAST MARSHALL STREET, REMINGTON, VIRGINIA

I.          CALL TO ORDER:  RECOGNITION OF TOWN COUNCIL, STAFF AND GUESTS

II.        PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

III.       CITIZENS TIME

IV.          COMMITTEE REPORTS

        A.  POLICE/PERSONNEL          Chair: Ashby                       Member: Clatterbuck, Heaney

         B.   WATER                                    Chair: Heaney                  Member: Loving  

         C.  PUBLIC FACILITIES          Chair: Ralls                         Member: Heaney                                      

         D.  FINANCE COMMITTEE     Chair: Clatterbuck              Member: Ashby

                   - Monthly Report

         E.  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT   Chair: Allison          Member: Ralls

                   – House/Business Decorating Contest Winners

F.  CEMETERY  Chair: Loving         Member: Allison

V.         UNFINISHED BUSINESS

                     – New Town Hall Committee Report

                     – Comcast Franchise Agreement

                     – Pet Waste Receptacles

                      – Troy and Banks

VI.        NEW BUSINESS

                 – Police Department Liabilities

              

VII.      STAFF REPORTS

 

VIII.                CONSENT AGENDA

                  - Bill Listing

                   – Treasurer’s Report

                   – Draft Minutes: November 10, 2014 – Work Session,

                                            November 17, 2014 – Joint Public Hearing/Regular Meeting

 

IX.       CLOSED SESSION

                 

 

X.         ADJOURNMENT              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                            

    F.  CEMETERY                           Chair: Loving                      Member: Allison

               

               

V.         UNFINISHED BUSINESS

                        – New Town Hall Committee Report

                             – Comcast Franchise Agreement

                             – Pet Waste Receptacles

                             – Troy and Banks

                            

VI.        NEW BUSINESS

                             – Police Department Liabilities

              

VII.      STAFF REPORTS

 

VIII.                CONSENT AGENDA

                  - Bill Listing

                   – Treasurer’s Report

                   – Draft Minutes: November 10, 2014 – Work Session,

                                            November 17, 2014 – Joint Public Hearing/Regular Meeting

 

IX.       CLOSED SESSION

                 

 

X.         ADJOURNMENT              

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Joint Public Hearing/Regular Meeting November 17, 2014

JOINT PUBLIC HEARING AND
REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING AGENDA
MONDAY, 17 NOVEMBER 2014, 7:00 PM
REMINGTON TOWN COUNCIL
REMINGTON VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT BUILDING
200 EAST MARSHALL STREET, REMINGTON, VIRGINIA

I. CALL TO ORDER, RECOGNITION OF TOWN COUNCIL, PLANNING COMMISSION MEMBERS STAFF AND GUESTS

II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

PUBLIC HEARING I

III. JOINT PUBLIC HEARING I
- SPECIAL USE PERMIT APPLICATION FROM THE REMINGTON VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT TO CONSTRUCT A STORAGE OR UTILITY BUILDINGON A .2815+/- ACRE LOT ACROSS FROM THE FIRE STATION ON JOHN STONE STREET IN THE R-1 DISTRICT

IV. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS AND DISCUSSION

V. PUBLIC HEARING I ADJOURNMENT

PUBLIC HEARING II

VI. JOINT PUBLIC HEARING II
- ORDINANCE 06-14 WHICH AMENDS THE REMINGTON TOWN CODE , ZONING, ARTICLE 16, “GENERAL PROVISIONS FOR SIGNS,” SECTION 16-2, “SIGNS PERMITTED IN ALL DISTRICTS,” BY INCREASING THE ALLOWABLE SIZE OF A SIGN THAT IDENTIFIES THE NAME OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD OR COMMUNITY FROM SIX (6) TO SEVEN (7) FEET HIGH, WITH A MAXIMUM SIGN AREA OF THIRTY FIVE (35) FEET, INSTEAD OF TWENTY (20) FEET.

VII. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS AND DISCUSSION

VIII. PUBLIC HEARING II ADJOURNMENT

IX. PLANNING COMMISSION MINUTES

X. PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION ON PUBLIC HEARING I

XI. PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION ON PUBLIC HEARING II

XII. PLANNING COMMISSION ADJOURNMENT

 

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA
NOVEMBER 17, 2014

I. CITIZENS TIME
- John Waldeck: Remington United Methodist Church

II. PROCLAMATION TO THE REMINGTON FALL FESTIVAL COMMITTEE

III. CONSIDERATION OF SPECIAL USE PERMIT APPLICATION

IV. CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCE 06-14

V. COMMITTEE REPORTS

A. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Chair: Allison Member: Ralls

B. FINANCE Chair: Clatterbuck Member: Ashby, Heaney
- October Monthly Report- Clatterbuck

C. WATER Chair: Heaney Member: Loving

D. CEMETERY Chair: Loving Member: Frazier

E. PUBLIC FACILITIES Chair: Ralls Member: Heaney

F. PERSONNEL/POLICE Chair: Ashby Member: Clatterbuck/Heaney
- Part Time Emergency Coverage

VI. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
- Comcast Franchise Agreement
- New Town Hall Committee Report

VII. NEW BUSINESS
- Donation to the Remington Volunteer Fire Department
- Discussion of Pet Waste Ordinance
- Troy & Banks

VIII. STAFF REPORTS
A. Town Administrator
B. Town Superintendent
C. Town Clerk
D. Police Chief

IX. CONSENT AGENDA
Minutes: Public Hearing/Regular Monthly Meeting – October 20, 2014
Treasurer’s Report
Bill Listing

X. CLOSED SESSION AS NEEDED

XI. ADJOURNMENT

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November 10, 2014 Work Session Agenda

MONTHLY WORK SESSION AGENDA
REMINGTON TOWN COUNCIL
MONDAY, 10 NOVEMBER 2014, 7:00 P.M.
REMINGTON TOWN HALL
203 EAST MAIN STREET

I. CALL TO ORDER AND INTRODUCTION OF TOWN COUNCIL AND GUESTS

II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

III. CITIZENS TIME

IV. COMMITTEE REPORTS

A. FINANCE – Chair: Clatterbuck Member: Ashby
- Monthly Report: September 2014

B. PERSONNEL/POLICE – Chair: Ashby Member: Clatterbuck, Heaney

C. CEMETERY – Chair: Loving Member: Allison
– Fertilizing of Cemetery

D. WATER SYSTEM – Chair: Heaney Member: Loving

E. PUBLIC FACILITIES – Chair: Ralls Member: Heaney

F. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT – Chair: Allison Member: Ralls
– Holiday Calendar of Events

V. TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION
- New Town Hall Committee Report
- DMV Select Training

VI. TOWN STAFF’S REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS

VII. BILL LISTING

VIII. CLOSED SESSION AS NEEDED

IX. ADJOURNMENT

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Volunteers Needed

Remington United Methodist Church and Cub Scout Troop 1180 is sponsoring a Stop Hunger Now Campaign at the RVFRD building on Saturday, December 13 starting at 8:30 am. They are looking for volunteers. Contact the church for more information at 540-439-2579

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Water Bills Adjusted

The Town Council voted on October 20 to raise the base rate on all water bills by $8.00. There was a clerical error at time of billing so all water bills were over charged by $8.00. In short take $8.00 off our current water bill. We have made the adjustments to reflect $8.00 off on each balance. Since the ordinance took effect on October 20, the next month’s water bill will be a prorated rate rather than reflecting the full increase of $8.00. We apologize for any confusion.

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