Special Meeting 9/24/14

SPECIAL MEETING
REMINGTON TOWN COUNCIL
WEDNESDAY, 24 SEPTEMBER 2014, 3 P.M.
REMINGTON TOWN HALL
203 EAST MAIN STREET, REMINGTON, VIRGINIA

Mayor Gerald A. Billingsley called the meeting to order.

Town Council Members Present: Devada R. Allison, Jr.
Evan “Skeet” Ashby, III
J. Wilson Clatterbuck
Stanley L. Heaney, Sr.
Van M. Loving

Town Council Members Absent: Chad M. Ralls

Town Staff Present: Town Administrator Sharon G. Lee
Town Clerk Kimberly A. Bowrin

Guests: none

After introducing each person in attendance, Mayor Billingsley invited everyone to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.

Mayor Billingsley announced that the topic of the special meeting was the consideration of the agreement between the Town Council and Mr. John Mills concerning his services in relationship to the new Town Hall proposal. Mr. Billingsley opened the floor for Council discussion.
Council Member Heaney suggested that on page 1 of the agreement be re-worded from “there shall be” to “there may be”. Mr. Heaney stated that he felt the word “shall be” would mean that it is required rather than possible. Mr. Heaney stated that he thinks that should be left up to the design committee. Council Member Loving stated that he spoke with the Town Attorney about it. Mr. Loving stated that Ms. Erard stated that both parties would need to initial the change.
The Council reviewed each page of the contract to see if they would like to make any changes or had any questions.

Council Member Loving motioned to accept this agreement between the Town of Remington and John Mills as the architect of the new Town Hall and DMV building with the one change from shall to may on page 1 and authorizing the Mayor to sign on behalf of the Town. Council Member Ashby seconded the motion. The motion carried by a roll call vote.
Allison – Aye
Ashby – Aye
Clatterbuck – Aye
Heaney – Aye
Loving _ Aye
Nays: 0
Absent: Ralls

Mayor Billingsley stated that since this was a Special Meeting and there is not a full Council present, no other business can be conducted. Mr. Billingsley stated that information could be shared with desired.

Council Member Heaney motioned to adjourn with a second by Council Member Ashby. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving
Nays: 0
Absent: Ralls

The meeting adjourned at 3:18 p.m.

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Joint Public Hearing/Regular Monthly Meeting 9/15/14

JOINT PUBLIC HEARING AND
REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING MINUTES

MONDAY, 15 SEPTEMBER 2014, 7:00 PM
REMINGTON VOLUNTEER FIRE AND RESCUE BUILDING
TRAINING ROOM 1
200 EAST MARSHALL STREET

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

Town Council Members Present: Devada R. Allison, Jr.
Evan H. “Skeet” Ashby, III
J. Wilson Clatterbuck
Van M. Loving

Town Council Member Absent: Stanley L. Heaney, Sr.
Chad M. Ralls

Planning Commission Members: Gerald Billingsley, Chairperson
Helen Jones
Ira Russell, Sr.
Virginia Hendrix
Larry Webster

Town Staff Present: Town Administrator Sharon G. Lee
Town Clerk/Treasurer Kimberly A. Bowrin
Town Superintendent James E. Steward
Town Attorney/Zoning Administrator Andrea E. Erard
Police Chief Charles T. Proffitt

Guest(s) Present: Joseph Korpsak – representing Remington Fall Festival, Bruce & Becky Aylor

After introducing each person in attendance, Mayor Billingsley invited everyone to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.

PUBLIC HEARING I
Mayor Billingsley announced that the first public hearing was a joint public hearing; to consider Ordinance 03-14 which amends Remington Zoning Code Article 10, C-2 General Commercial district to remove residential use as a use by right.

Mayor Billingsley opened the floor for comments.

With no comments from the citizens or questions from Planning Commission or Council, Mayor Billingsley declared the Joint Public Hearing closed.

PLANNING COMMISSION
Planning Commission Chairperson Billingsley asked for any additions or corrections to the draft minutes from May 19, 2014 meeting.

Commission Member Jones motioned to approve the draft minutes of May 19, 2014 as presented. Commission Member Russell seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Hendrix, Jones, Russell, Webster, Billingsley
Nays: 0

Commission Chairperson Billingsley asked the Commission Members for any questions or recommendations to Ordinance 03-14. Planning Commission Member Webster asked if the Commission could establish setbacks for one property or would the setbacks refer to the entire district. Town Attorney Erard stated that the setbacks would need to be established for the entire district not just one parcel.

Commission Member Jones motioned to recommend that the Council adopt Ordinance 03-14 by eliminating residential use as a by right use in the C-2 General Commercial District. Commission Member Webster seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Hendrix, Jones, Russell, Webster, Billingsley
Nays: 0

Commission Member Jones asked about the status of a home on Church Street. Town Attorney Erard stated that the property is being sold by Fauquier County for delinquent taxes.

With no further business before the Commission, Commission Member Russell motioned to adjourn with a second by Commission Member Jones.
Ayes: Hendrix, Jones, Russell, Webster, Billingsley
Nays: 0

PUBLIC HEARING II
Mayor Billingsley announced the topic for the second public hearing , which is the consideration of Ordinance 04-14; amends the Remington Town Code, Chapter 11, Article II, Cemetery Rules & Regulations to permit columbariums and establish the requirements for columbariums, which includes a columbarium internment fee of $250 on weekdays and $300 on week-ends and holidays. Ordinance 04-14 also increase repair/maintenance permit fee from $15 to $50 and modifies when flowers on graves are permitted from April 15 to April 1.
Mayor Billingsley opened the floor to receive public comment on Ordinance 04-14.

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

COUNCIL CONSIDERATION

Mayor Billingsley shared with the Council that the Remington Planning Commission recommended adoption of Ordinance 03-14. Mayor Billingsley asked if the Council was ready to take any action on Ordinance 03-14.
SEPTEMBER 15, 2014

Council Allison motioned to adopt Ordinance 03-14. Council Member Ashby seconded the motion. The motion carried by a roll call vote.
Allison – Aye
Ashby – Aye
Clatterbuck – Aye
Loving – Aye
Heaney – Absent
Ralls – Absent
Nays: 0

Mayor Billingsley stated that Ordinance 04-14 was up for consideration and asked if the Council was ready to take any action at this time.

Council Member Loving motioned to adopt Ordinance 04-14. Council Member Ashby seconded the motion. Council Member Ashby clarified that the limit of 2 burials per site would not be changed. With no further discussion, the motion carried by a roll call vote.
Allison – Aye
Ashby – Aye
Clatterbuck – Aye
Loving – Aye
Heaney – Absent
Ralls – Absent
Nays: 0

REGUALAR MEETING

CITIZENS TIME
Mr. Korpsak thanked the staff for helping with putting the Remington Fall Festival banner up across Main Street.

COMMITTEE REPORTS
WATER COMMITTEE Chair – Heaney Member – Loving
Council Member Loving stated that the Council needs to consider authorizing the advertisement for the public hearing to raise the water rates. Mr. Loving stated that Town Attorney Erard has written the ordinance for Council review.

Council Member Loving motioned to authorize to advertise for the public hearing on Ordinance 05-14. Council Member Allison seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Loving
Nays: 0
Absent: Heaney, Ralls

FINANCE COMMITTEE Chair – Clatterbuck Member – Ashby
Council Member Ashby gave the monthly report for August.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Chair – Allison Member – Ralls
Council Member Allison approached the Council on the subject of Movie Night. Mr. Allison shared the price quotes that he presented at the August meeting. Mr. Allison shared that there are sponsors who is willing to pay the copyright fees for the movies.

Council Member Allison motioned to spend no more than $1100.00 for the equipment for Remington Movie Night. Council Member Ashby seconded the motion. There was a short discussion of price clarification. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Loving
Nays: 0
Absent: Heaney, Ralls

Council Member Allison stated that he is still communicating with the fire department on a Chili Cook-off event.
Council Member Allison shared with the Council that he was still trying to find a company that would help the Town replace the current Christmas tree. Council Member Ashby stated that he could touch base with a local company to see if they could help.

CEMETERY COMMITTEE Chair – Loving Member – Allison
Town Superintendent Steward stated that the fence at the cemetery has been repaired. Mr. Steward gave a brief explanation of how it was replaced.

PUBLIC FACILITIES Chair – Ralls Member – Heaney
There was no report from this committee.

PERSONNEL/POLICE COMMITTEE Chair- Ashby Member – Clatterbuck, Heaney
Council Member Ashby recommended that the Council permit Town Superintendent Steward give extra hours to Mr. Elkins to prepare the Town for Fall Festival. There was a short discussion in the amount of hours needed.

Council Member Ashby motioned to give Mr. Warren Elkins 3 additional days prior to Fall Festival to assist in the clean-up and to get ready for Fall Festival. Council Member Allison seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Loving
Nays: 0
Absent: Heaney, Ralls

UNFINISHED BUSINESS
Town Attorney Erard shared with the Council that she and Mr. Mills have been working on the architectural agreement for the new Town Hall. Ms. Erard stated that she wanted the Council to give her direct and clear directions as to what the Council expects in the agreement. Ms. Erard asked for clarification on the agreement and duties of the architect. A discussion followed. Ms. Erard asked if the Council would be willing to hold a special meeting to get the agreement signed so that the process of building a new Town Hall could start.
Town Clerk Bowrin shared with the Council that she contacted area localities on the subject of the Comcast Franchise Agreement. Mrs. Bowrin stated that the other municipalities were still in the negotiating stages of the agreement.

NEW BUSINESS
There was no New Business before the Council.

STAFF REPORTS
Town Administrator
Town Administrator Lee shared with the Council that since she will be on vacation part of October and the accountant won’t have the reports done prior to going on vacation, the Finance Committee with give the monthly report for September at the November Work Session and the October monthly report at the November Regular Monthly meeting.
Town Administrator Lee shared with the Council that a donation has been made for a contest. Mrs. Lee stated that the contest would be to encourage those living in the Town or businesses in the Town to spruce the Town in time for Fall Festival. There was a discussion on the subject. Mrs. Lee stated that she would get a judge.

Council Member Allison motioned to establish a $50 prize for the first annual best appearing property for Fall Festival. Council Member Clatterbuck seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Loving
Nays: 0
Absent: Heaney, Ralls

Town Clerk
Town Clerk Bowrin shared that the Rappahannock Rapidan Regional Commission Annual Meeting would be held on October 2 in Culpeper. Mrs. Bowrin stated that the price for the meeting is $40.00. She continued to share that traditionally the Council would pay for the Council’s representative to the Commission, their spouse, any Council Member and Staff Member that would like to attend.

Council Member Allison motioned authorizing paying for the meals for Mr. Ashby, his wife, any staff members or council member wishing to attend. Council Member Loving seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Clatterbuck, Loving
Nays: 0
Abstain: Ashby
Absent: Heaney, Ralls

Town Superintendent
Town Superintendent Steward stated that the Town had an air line break at Well #1. Mr. Steward stated that the Town lost approximately 51,000 gallons of treated water. Mr. Steward shared that the water lost will definitely affect the Town’s sewer bill.
Town Superintendent Steward distributed the proposal for the Well #3 – Lees Glen 5 year tank maintenance and cleaning. Mr. Steward pointed out that this procedure needs to be done every 5 years and the cost would be $4490.00. He asked for approval to sign the contract.

Council Member Allison motioned to approve the cleaning of the Lee’s Glen tank authorizing Mr. Steward to sign the contract. Council Member Ashby seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Ashby, Allison, Clatterbuck, Loving
Nays: 0
Absent: Heaney, Ralls

Police Chief
Chief Proffitt shared with the Council that the older cruiser needs to be painted. Mr. Proffitt shared that a local high school was going to look at the cruiser to see if they could do the job.
Mr. Proffitt also shared that he will get as many officers available to work the Fall Festival and also get back up from the Sheriff’s Department.
Town Administrator Lee asked Mr. Proffitt about the striping on the cruiser once it has been painted. Mr. Proffitt stated that it would cost approximately $375.00 to get the vehicle detailed. There was a discussion on the subject.

Council Member Ashby motioned to authorize the Chief to spend up to $375 to get decals on the repainted car. Council Member Allison seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Ashby, Allison, Clatterbuck, Loving
Nays: 0
Absent: Heaney, Ralls

CONSENT AGENDA
Mayor Billingsley asked for any questions to the Bill Listing or Treasurer’s Report. Mr. Billingsley also 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, Loving
Nays; 0
Absent: Heaney, Ralls

With no further business before the Council, Council Member Ashby motioned to adjourn with a second by Council Member Clatterbuck. The motion carried.
Ayes: Ashby, Allison, Clatterbuck, Loving
Nays: 0
Absent: Heaney, Ralls

The meeting adjourned at 8:20 p.m.

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9/8/14 Work Session Minutes

MONTHLY WORK SESSION
REMINGTON TOWN COUNCIL
MONDAY, 08 SEPTEMBER 2014, 7:00 PM
REMINGTON TOWN HALL
203 EAST MAIN STREET, REMINGTON, VA

Mayor Gerald A. Billingsley called the meeting to order at 7:00 pm.

Town Council Members Present: Devada R. Allison – arrived late
Evan H. “Skeet” Ashby, III
J. Wilson Clatterbuck
Stanley L. Heaney, Sr.
Van M. Loving

Town Council Members Absent: Chad M. Ralls

Town Staff Present: Town Administrator Sharon G. Lee
Town Clerk/Treasurer Kimberly A. Bowrin

Guests Present: Ira Russell, Sr., Joseph F. Korpsak- representing Remington Fall Festival, Jonathan Hunley – representing Fauquier Times

After introducing each person in attendance, Mayor Billingsley invited everyone to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.

CITIZENS TIME
Mr. Korpsak updated the Council on the upcoming Remington Fall Festival. Mr. Korpsak also shared with the Council that Fauquier County Board of Supervisors Stribling and Sherbyn was having a roundtable meeting for concerned citizens at the RVFRD building on Wednesday, September 10, 2014.

COMMITTEE REPORTS

FINANCE COMMITTEE Chair: Clatterbuck Member: Ashby
Council Member Clatterbuck did not have anything to report.

POLICE/PERSONNEL Chair: Ashby Member: Clatterbuck, Heaney
Council Member Ashby informed the Council that Chief Proffitt was finishing the personnel evaluations.
Town Administrator Lee shared with the Council that the Remington DMV Select office has had an increase of customers recently due to short staffing in the Warrenton office. Mrs. Lee stated that she called the Warrenton office and that they expected to be short staffed until at least the end of September. Mrs. Lee stated that she has increased the staffing at the DMV Select counter by asking each person to work one extra day.

The ladies working DMV increased their hours by 6 hours per week. Mrs. Lee stated that they will re-visit the staffing each month to accommodate the customer needs. Mrs. Lee stated that this situation came up rather quickly and did not get a chance to speak with the committee. She asked if Council wished to ratify a motion for allowing additional hours for the DMV.

Council Member Ashby ratified the motion to allow an additional 12 hours per week for the DMV Select to be reviewed at the end of each month. Council Member Clatterbuck seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving
Nays: 0
Absent: Allison, Ralls

CEMETERY COMMITTEE Chair: Loving Member: Allison
Council Member Loving reminded the Council about the public hearing scheduled for the following Monday regarding columbariums in the cemetery.
Council Member Loving also shared with the Council that the fence at the cemetery had been fixed by the company who damaged it.

WATER COMMITTEE Chair: Heaney Member: Loving
Council Member Heaney shared with the Council that the committee met regarding the water rates. Mr. Heaney stated that the committee spent a lot of time looking at various scenarios for establishing a rate tier system and crunching numbers. Mr. Heaney stated that because of the new filtration system, the committee recommends to raise the rates by $9 for the first 4000 gallons and $3.50 per 1000 gallons over 4000. Town Administrator Lee stated that the Water Department needs to make approximately $5000 a month more to pay for the system. There was a discussion on the subject.
Mayor Billingsley suggested that the out of town rate for over 4000 gallons should be $3.75 per 1000 gallons.

Council Member Heaney motioned to advertise the rates to increase by $9.00 per customer, $3.50 per 1000 over 4000 for In Town and $3.75 per 1000 over 4000 for Out of Town. Council Member Loving seconded the motion. Town Administrator Lee stated that the Town Attorney asked for a consensus of the rates so that she could write the ad for review and approval at the next meeting. Council Member Heaney withdrew his motion. Council Member Loving withdrew his second. No action was taken. Mayor Billingsley asked for a consensus of Council for Ms. Erard to draft the water rate ad for review and vote at the next meeting. All members of the Council agreed.

PUBLIC FACILITIES Chair: Ralls Member: Heaney
Council Member Loving shared with the Council that the HOA in Wankoma Village have been having meetings about annexation. Mr. Loving asked that Town Administrator Lee attend the meeting to give the HOA committee facts if they were to seek annexation. Mrs. Lee stated that she would be attending by request from the HOA board members. A short discussion followed. Town Administrator Lee stated that would be clarifying information that was previously given to them. Mrs. Lee invited any Council Member wishing to attend.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Chair: Allison Member: Ralls
There was no report from this committee at this time.

TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION
Council Member Loving addressed the subject of the draft of the architectural agreement. Town Administrator Lee stated that both Mr. Mills and Attorney Erard were working on the final points of the draft. Mrs. Lee suggested that the Town Hall committee meet so that when the agreement is signed, Mr. Mills can start and meet to get the plans drawn up. There was a short discussion regarding some of the plans and design.

STAFF REPORTS
Town Administrator
Town Attorney Lee shared with the Council that former Council Member Frazier represented the Town at Fauquier County Liaison Committee. Mrs. Lee stated that now that Mrs. Frazier is no longer on the Council, the committee is asking for a replacement. There was a short discussion on the subject. There was no action on this subject.

Town Clerk
Town Clerk Bowrin shared with the Council that she allowed Mr. Billingsley’s term expire on the Remington Planning Commission. Mrs. Bowring stated that Mr. Billingsley is willing to serve on the Planning Commission for another 4 year term.

Council Member Heaney motioned to re-appoint Gerald Billingsley to the Remington Planning Commission. Council Member Ashby seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Asbhy, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving
Nays: 0
Absent: Allison, Ralls

Town Clerk Bowrin shared with the Council that some expenses come into the Cemetery Fund. Mrs. Bowrin asked to transfer $800 from the CMA fund to the operating checking account.

Council Member Heaney motioned to approve the transfer of $800 from the CMA to the Operating Checking Account. Council Member Ashby seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving
Nays: 0
Absent: Allison, Ralls

Town Clerk Bowrin stated that there should be enough items for the Town of Remington Fall Festival table. She stated that they would be promoting the Remington DMV Select office by providing pens and magnets. Mrs. Bowrin stated that there will also be some items available for children. She did share that the table and canopy is in bad shape and request to purchase new ones. Mrs. Bowrin gave some price quotes on each item.

At this time Council Member Allison joined the meeting.

The Council discussed the price quotes given to them by Mrs. Bowrin.

Council Member Ashby motioned approving the purchase $158.53 Coleman 10×10 gazebo and to purchase a table which is best for the Town’s needs in the judgment of the staff up to $125. Council Member Clatterbuck seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving
Nays: 0
Absent: Ralls

Council Member Heaney asked that the Council re-address the subject of the Liaison committee since Mr. Allison was present. The Council asked Mr. Allison if he was interested in representing the Town on the committee. Town Administrator Lee shared with Mr. Allison when the committee meets and the length of the meetings. Mr. Allison stated that he would serve on the committee.

The Council asked if Mr. Allison would like to cover anything in regarding Community Development. Mr. Allison stated that he would bring back information regarding Movie Night at the next meeting.

BILL LISTING
Mayor Billingsley asked for any questions to the Bill Listing.

Council Member Ashby motioned to adopt the Bill Listing as presented. Council Member Loving seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving
Nays: 0
Absent: Ralls

With no further business before the Council, Council Member Ashby motioned to adjourn with a second by Council Member Clatterbuck. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving
Nays: 0
Absent: Ralls

The meeting adjourned at 8:05 p.m.

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Public Hearing/Regular Monthly Meeting 10/20/14

PUBLIC HEARING AND
REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING AGENDA
MONDAY, 20 OCTOBER 2014, 7:00 PM
REMINGTON TOWN COUNCIL
REMINGTON VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT BUILDING
200 EAST MARSHALL STREET, REMINGTON, VIRGINIA

PUBLIC HEARING

 

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

 

II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

            – Presentation of the Colors: Boy Scout Troop 1187

 

III. PUBLIC HEARING

 - Ordinance 05-14:  Increases the water rates for In Town Residents from $20.00 per 4000 gallons to $29.00 per 4000 gallons and $3.50 per 1000 gallons over 4000. Ordinance 05-14 also increases the water rates for Out of Town Residents from $35.00 per 4000 gallons to $44.00 per 4000 gallons and $3.75 per 1000 gallons over 4000.

                              

IV. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS AND DISCUSSION

 

V.         PUBLIC HEARING ADJOURNMENT         

 

 

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

           

I. COUNCIL CONSIDERATION:  ORDINANCE 05-14

 

II. CITIZENS TIME

                                       

 

III. COMMITTEE REPORTS
     A.  WATER   Chair: Heaney                  Member: Loving
     B.  FINANCE      Chair: Clatterbuck           Member: Ashby, Heaney
C.  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT     Chair: Allison                  Member: Ralls
           – Holiday Events
     D.  CEMETERY   Chair: Loving                 Member: Allison
   E.  PUBLIC FACILITIES    Chair: Ralls                     Member: Heaney
           – Signs identifying a neighborhood
     F.  PERSONNEL/POLICE            Chair: Ashby       Member: Clatterbuck/Heaney

V.         UNFINISHED BUSINESS
             - Comcast Franchise Agreement

VI.       NEW BUSINESS

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

VIII.    CONSENT AGENDA
          Minutes: Work Session – September 8, 2014; Regular Meeting – September 15, 2014
                           Special Meeting – September 24, 2014

              Treasurer’s Report
   Bill Listing

IX.       CLOSED SESSION AS NEEDED

X.         ADJOURNMENT

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Please take notice that on the 20th day of October, 2014 at 7:00 PM at the Remington Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department building, Training Room 1 located at 200 East Marshall Street in Remington, Va., the Remington Town Council will conduct a public hearing on Ordinance No. 05-14. All interested citizens are invited to attend. Following the public hearing the Town Council may take action on Ordinance No. 05-14.
ORDINANCE NO. 05-14
ORDINANCE NO. 05-14 IS AN ORDINANCE WHICH INCREASES THE WATER RATES FOR IN TOWN RESIDENTS FROM $20.00 PER 4,000 GALLONS TO $ 29.00 PER 4,000 GALLONS AND $3.50 PER 1000 GALLONS OVER 4000. ORDINANCE 05-14 ALSO INCREASES THE WATER RATES FOR OUT OF TOWN RESIDENTS FROM $35.00 PER 4,000 GALLONS TO $ 44.00 PER 4,000 GALLONS AND $3.75 PER 1000 OVER 4000. ORDINANCE 05-14 IS CONSIDERED PURSUANT TO THE GRANT OF AUTHORITY CONTAINED IN VIRGINIA CODE SECTIONS 15.2-2111, 15.2-2109, AND 15.2-2119.

A complete copy of Ordinance No. 05-14 may be obtained or viewed by contacting the Town Clerk at Town Hall at 540-439-3220. Any person requiring assistance in order to participate in the public hearing is asked to contact the Town Clerk in advance so that appropriate arrangements may be made.

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SPECIAL MEETING NOTICE

PUBLIC NOTICE
TOWN OF REMINGTON
SPECIAL MEETING

Please take notice that on Wednesday, September 24, 2014 at 3:00 p.m.,
there will be a Special Meeting of the Town Council called by Remington Mayor Gerald A. Billingsley.

The Meeting will be held at the Remington Town Hall, 203 East Main Street, Remington, Virginia for the following:

- Proposed Architectural Agreement for the building of a New Town Hall.
- Anyone wishing a copy of the agreement should contact the office. There is a minimal fee.

No other business will be discussed at this meeting.

The Public is Invited to Attend.

By The Order of
The Remington Town Council

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Joint Public Hearing/Regular Meeting September 15, 2014

JOINT PUBLIC HEARING AND

REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING AGENDA

MONDAY, 15 SEPTEMBER 2014, 7:00 PM

REMINGTON TOWN COUNCIL

REMINGTON VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT BUILDING

200 EAST MARSHALL STREET, REMINGTON, VIRGINIA

PUBLIC HEARING I

 

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

II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

III.JOINT PUBLIC HEARING
- ORDINANCE 03-14: AMENDMENT TO THE REMINGTON ZONING CODE, ARTICLE 10,
C-2, “GENERAL COMMERCIAL DISTRICT” BY REMOVING SINGLE FAMILY
RESIDENTIAL USES AS A USE BY RIGHT FROM SECTION 10-1 “USE
REGULATIONS”. ORDINANCE 03-14 IS AUTHORIZED BY THE GRANTS OF
AUTHORITY CONTAINED IN VA CODE SECTIONS 15.2-2200, 15.2-2280,
15.2-2285 AND 15.2-2286.

IV. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS AND DISCUSSION

V.  PUBLIC HEARING I ADJOURNMENT

VI. PLANNING COMMISSION:
- DRAFT MINUTES: JOINT PUBLIC HEARING – May 19, 2014

VII.   CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCE 03-14: PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION

VIII.  PLANNING COMMISSION ADJOURNMENT

PUBLIC HEARING II

IX. ORDINANCE 04-14:
- ORDINANCE 04-14 ALSO IS AN ORDINANCE WHICH AMENDS THE REMINGTON
TOWN CODE, CHAPTER 11, ARTICLE II,  CEMETERY RULES & REGULATIONS TO
PERMIT COLUMBARIUMS, WHICH INCLUDES A COLUMBARIUM INTERNMENT
FEE OF $250 ON WEEKDAYS AND $300 ON WEEK-ENDS AND HOLIDAYS.
ORDINANCE 04-14 ALSO INCREASES THE REPAIR/MAINTENANCE PERMIT FEE
FROM $15 TO $50 AND MODIFIES WHEN FLOWERS ON GRAVES ARE PERMITTED
FROM APRIL 15TH TO APRIL 1ST. ORDINANCE 01-14 IS AUTHORIZED BY
THE GRANTS OF AUTHORITY CONTAINED IN VA. CODE §§ 15.2-1125 AND 15.2-924.

X. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS AND DISCUSSION

XI. PUBLIC HEARING II ADJOURNMENT

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

I. COUNCIL CONSIDERATION:

ORDINANCE 03-14: To amend Remington Zoning Code Article 10, C-2

“General Commercial District by removing single family residential use as a use by right from
Section 10-1, “Use Regulations.”

ORDINANCE 04-14: To amend the Remington Town Code, Chapter 11, Article II, Cemetery
Rules and Regulations to permit columbariums, which includes a columbarium internment
fee  of $250 on weekdays and $300 on weekends and holidays. Ordinance 04-14 also
increase repair/maintenance permit fees from $15 to $50 and modifies when
flowers on graves are permitted from April 15  to April 1

II.         CITIZENS TIME

III.       COMMITTEE REPORTS
A.  WATER                       Chair: Heaney                  Member: Loving
Proposed water rate increase: Authorize to advertise for public hearing

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

C.  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT     Chair: Allison                   Member: Ralls
Movie Night
Chili Cook-off

D.  CEMETERY          Chair: Loving                  Member: Allison

E.  PUBLIC FACILITIES  Chair: Ralls                     Member: Heaney

F.  PERSONNEL/POLICE      Chair: Ashby       Member: Clatterbuck/Heaney

V. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
- New Town Hall Architectural Agreement
- Comcast Franchise Agreement

VI. NEW BUSINESS

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

VIII. CONSENT AGENDA
Minutes: Work Session – August 11, 2014, Regular Monthly Meeting – August 18, 2014
Treasurer’s Report
Bill Listing

IX. CLOSED SESSION AS NEEDED

X.  ADJOURNMENT

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Agenda – September 8 Monthly Work Session

MONTHLY WORK SESSION AGENDA
REMINGTON TOWN COUNCIL
MONDAY, 08 SEPTEMBER 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

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

C. CEMETERY – Chair: Loving Member: Allison

D. WATER SYSTEM – Chair: Heaney Member: Loving
– Water Rates – Heaney

E. PUBLIC FACILITIES – Chair: Ralls Member: Heaney

F. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT – Chair: Allison Member: Ralls
– Movie Night – Allison
– Chili Cook-off

V. TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION
– New Town Hall – Loving
– Fall Festival

VI. TOWN STAFF’S REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS

VII. BILL LISTING

VIII. CLOSED SESSION AS NEEDED

IX. ADJOURNMENT

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Regular Monthly Meeting July 21, 2014

REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING MINUTES
REMINGTON TOWN COUNCIL
MONDAY, 21 JULY 2014, 7:00 PM
REMINGTON VOLUNTEER FIRE AND RESCUE DEPARTMENT
200 EAST MARSHALL STREET
REMINGTON, VA 22734

Mayor Gerald A. Billingsley called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Town Council Members Present:
Devada R. Allison, Jr.
Evan H. “Skeet” Ashby, III
Stanley L. Heaney, Sr. – arrived late
Chad M. Ralls

Town Council Members Absent:
J. Wilson Clatterbuck
Van M. Loving

Town Staff Present:
Town Clerk/Treasurer Kimberly A. Bowrin

Guests Present: Joseph F. Korpsak, Raymond Heflin, Bernie Aylor, Becky Aylor

Mayor Billingsley introduced each person in attendance and invited everyone to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.

CITIZENS’ TIME
Mr. Korpsak gave the Council the most recent updates for the upcoming Remington Fall Festival. Mr. Heflin addressed the Council on the subject of the proposed fees for columbariums at the cemetery.. Mr. Heflin voiced his concerns and disagreement about any fees associated with columbariums. A discussion followed regarding the subject.
Mr. Heflin also addressed the Council on the subject of the Cemetery Trust. Mr. Heflin stated that the distributions from the Trust fund should be deposited back into the Trust. Mr. Heflin stated the he felt the funds are being mishandled.
Mr. Heflin also addressed the size of the corner markers. He stated that the columbarium stone will not fit between the current corner markers being used by the Town.
Mr. Heflin’s last concern was that he was not informed of the Cemetery committee meeting like he asked to be a part of. Mr. Heflin stated that he felt that committee meetings need to be posted in the paper and give the citizens the opportunity to attend.

COMMITTEE REPORTS
At this time, Mayor Billingsley established the committees for the next fiscal year from the requests he received. Below are the assignments passed on by the Mayor.

PERSONNEL/POLICE COMMITTEE: Chair – Ashby Member – Clatterbuck, Heaney
Council Member Ashby shared with the Council that the staff is in the process of conducting the reviews of employee evaluations. Mr. Ashby stated that the Police Chief will conduct his officers’ evaluations.

WATER SYSTEM COMMITTEE: Chair – Heaney Member – Loving
There was no report from this committee.

PUBLIC FACILITIES COMMITTEE: Chair –Ralls Member – Heaney
Council Member Ralls stated he will defer his report to the next meeting.

FINANCE COMMITTEE: Chair – Clatterbuck Member – Ashby
Council Member Ashby shared with the Council that the funds from the Cash Management Account of the Cemetery Trust was transferred to the regular checking/deposit account. Mr. Ashby stated that the CMA account was closed since the fees were more than the interest accrued on the account. Mr. Ashby stated that the funds will be tracked separately.
Town Clerk Bowrin requested to transfer $600 from the CMA deposit account to the checking account to pay current mowing bills.

Council Member Ashby motioned to transfer $600 from the in-house Cash Management Account for the Cemetery to the checking account to pay for mowing. Council Member Heaney seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Heaney, Ralls
Nays: 0
Absent: Clatterbuck, Loving

Town Clerk Bowrin informed the Council that the CD from BB&T was closed. Mrs. Bowrin stated that she was not an authorized person to open the new CD account with TFB. She stated thatTown Administrator Lee will have the account opened when she gets back from vacation.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: Chair – Allison Member – Ralls
There was no report from this committee.

CEMETERY COMMITTEE: Chair – Loving Member – Allison
There was no report from this committee.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS
There was a short discussion on allowing Town Clerk Bowrin the opportunity for flex time. Mayor Billingsley stated that the decision can be made between staff and Personnel committee.

NEW BUSINESS
Town Clerk Bowrin shared with the Council that the trash truck is now paid in full.

STAFF REPORTS
Town Clerk
Town Clerk Bowrin did not have anything additional to report.

CONSENT AGENDA
Mayor Billingsley asked for any questions to the Treasurer’s Report or to the Bill Listing. Mayor Billingsley also asked for any addition or corrections to the Draft Minutes presented.

Council Member Allison motioned to adopt the Consent Agenda as presented. Council Member Ashby seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Ashby, Allison, Heaney, Ralls
Nays: 0
Absent: Clatterbuck, Loving

With no further business before the Council, Council Member Heaney motioned to adjourn with a second by Council Member Ashby. The motion carried.
Ayes; Allison, Ashby, Heaney, Ralls
Nays: 0
Absent: Clatterbuck, Loving

The meeting adjourned at 7:36 pm

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Annual Organizational Meeting July 14, 2014

ANNUAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING
REMINGTON TOWN COUNCIL
MONDAY, 14 JULY 2014, 7:00 PM
REMINGTON TOWN HALL
203 EAST MAIN STREET

Mayor Gerald A. Billingsley called the Annual Organizational meeting to order.

Town Council Members Present:
Devada R. Allison, Jr.
Evan H. “Skeet” Ashby, III
J. Wilson Clatterbuck
Stanley L. Heaney, Sr.- arrived late
Van M. Loving
Chad M. Ralls- arrived late

Town Staff Present:
Town Attorney Andrea G. Erard
Town Clerk/Treasurer Kimberly A. Bowrin
Town Administrator Sharon G. Lee
Town Superintendent James E. Steward
Police Chief Charles T. Proffitt

Guests Present: Mr. Ira Russell, Mrs. Tama Allison, Mr. John Mills, Jonathan Hunley representing Fauquier Times – arrived late

After introducing each person in attendance, Mayor Billingsley invited everyone to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.

CITIZENS’ TIME
No one present was wishing to speak during Citizen’s time.

COMMITTEE REPORTS
Water Committee Chair: Heaney Member: Loving
Council Member Loving stated that the committee needs to meet to discuss raising the water rates. Mr. Loving shared that the committee now has a good idea on what the filtration system is costing to get a good idea at what the rates should be. Council Member Heaney turned the floor over to Town Superintendent Steward to share on the update at Rappahannock Landing.

Police/Personnel Chair: Ashby Member: Clatterbuck, Heaney
Council Member Ashby asked for the Council to go into closed session to discuss pay increases.

Finance Committee Chair: Clatterbuck Member: Ashby
Council Member Clatterbuck gave the monthly report for June. Mr. Clatterbuck stated that the year end report had not been finalized yet. Mr. Clatterbuck stated that the final report for end of year should be available at the August meeting.
Council Member Clatterbuck stated that the quarterly distribution was in for the cemetery trust. Council Member Loving stated that the amount of the check is $656.84 and that the cemetery committee’s recommendation is to put the check back into the Cemetery Trust account.

Council Member Clatterbuck motioned to put check back into the Trust account. Council Member Loving seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls
Nays: 0

Town Administrator Lee stated that the CMA account was closed and the money is now in the deposit checking account. She shared that, previously when the staff needed to transfer money from the CMA account to the checking account to pay bills, two signatures were required. Mrs. Lee asked if that is the still the Council’s wish to have staff get permission to transfer funds to the checking account when needed. The Council stated that they would address the subject at the next meeting.

Town Attorney Erard addressed the Council on the subject of the budget resolution. She stated that at the June meeting, the Council only appropriated funds for July. This was because the State had not passed their budget. She shared that now the State has passed their budget, the Town needs to passed by resolution to appropriate the remainder of the funds.

Council Member Loving motioned to adopt the resolution. Council Member Ashby seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls
Nays: 0

Cemetery Committee Chair: Loving Member:
Town Attorney Erard distributed the changes in the Cemetery Rules and Regulations for columbariums. Ms. Erard asked the Council look over the changes and bring forth any other changes to the rules before putting it to a public hearing.

Community Development Chair: Member: Ralls
Council Member Ralls asked Town Clerk Bowrin to give any updates from the Fall Festival planning meeting. Mrs. Bowrin shared with the Council that there was a discussion regarding the hanging of the sign across Main Street. Mrs. Bowrin stated that it was conveyed to the committee that the Town would incur any cost for hanging the sign. Mrs. Bowrin stated that she listened to June’s meeting to verify that the discussion during citizen’s time about the sign. She said that there was no indication from Council that they would incur the cost. Mrs. Bowrin asked the Council if they intended to incur the cost. The Council discussed the subject. Mr. Steward stated that he spoke with Mr. Corbin about hanging the sign.
Mr. Steward stated that he informed Mr. Korpsak, who gave the information to the Fall Festival Committee, that even if the Town Staff did the leg work the Fall Festival Committee would be responsible for any cost to hanging the sign.

Public Facilities Chair: Ralls Member: Heaney
Council Member Ralls shared with the Council that he has a meeting planned with the HOA of Wankoma Village. Mr. Ralls stated that he would have a report at an upcoming meeting.

ORGANIZATIONAL ITEMS
COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
Mayor Billingsley instructed to Council to give their wishes for committees to Town Clerk Bowrin. He stated he would establish the committees at the next meeting.

MEETING SCHEDULE
Mayor Billingsley asked the Council to review the tentative dates for meetings. Mr. Billingsley suggested that the three meetings that fall on federal holidays be canceled for those meetings. The federal holidays would be in October, January and February. The meetings in January and February which were normally work session would be regular meetings. Mr. Billingsley also asked for any conflicts due to vacations and if the Council would like to have only one meeting in December. The Council did not have any conflicts with vacations and decided to what until November to see if the meeting should be canceled. Mayor Billingsley asked Town Attorney Erard for any conflicts that she may have in her schedule.

With the changes for the three federal holidays, Council Member Ashby motioned to adopt the amended schedule. Council Member Allison seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls
Nays: 0

Mayor Billingsley opened the floor for nominations for Vice Mayor and Recorder.

Council Member Loving nominated Stan Heaney for Vice Mayor. Council Member Clatterbuck seconded the nomination.

Council Member Ashby motioned to close nominations for Vice Mayor. Council Member Clatterbuck seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls
Nays: 0

With an affirmative vote, the Council elected Stanley Heaney, Sr. as Vice Mayor.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Loving, Ralls
Nays: 0
Abstain: Heaney

Council Member Loving nominated Stanley Heaney, Sr. as Recorder. Council Member Allison seconded the nomination.

Council Member Ashby motioned to close the nominations for Recorder. Council Member Allison seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls
Nays: 0

With an affirmative vote, the Council elected Stanley Heaney, Sr. as Recorder.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls
Nays: 0

UNFINISHED BUSINESS
Council Member Loving invited Mr. Mills to the meeting to discuss the proposal he submitted for the architectural plans for a new Town Hall. Town Attorney Erard asked the Council questions regarding the building. Mr. Mills also gave some of the explanations to his proposal. A question and answer period followed on the subject between the Town Attorney, Mr. Mills and Council. The Council talked about having a building committee to work directly with Mr. Mills on the project. Council Member Ashby, Allison, and Loving volunteered to be on the new Town Hall committee ad hoc.

Council Member Heaney motioned to establish the Town Hall committee consisting of Mr. Allison, Mr. Loving and Mr. Ashby. Council Member Clatterbuck seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving
Nays: Ralls

NEW BUSINESS
Town Administrator Lee addressed the Council on the subject of the DMV contract. Town Attorney Erard stated that the contract was standard.

Council Member Ashby motioned to approve the new DMV contract. Council Member Allison seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving
Nays: 0
Abstain: Ralls

Town Attorney Erard shared with the Council that a citizen had raised a question about permissible use in the Town’s C-2 district. Ms. Erard stated that a few years ago, the Council amended the C-2 district to add a residential use. Ms. Erard continued that when this was established, the Council did not address setbacks and minimum lot size. Ms. Erard suggested that the Council putting minimum lot size, setbacks for residential use for the C-2 district.
Ms. Erard stated she could prepare a graph for all zoning consisting of allowable setbacks, lot size and other pertinent information. Ms. Erard showed the Council an example from another jurisdiction. A discussion followed. The Council asked if they could take residential use back out. Town Attorney Erard stated that residential use can be taken out. Ms. Erard stated that it would not affect those who have a residence already in this district. This would require another public hearing and Ms. Erard stated she would add it to the ad with the columbariums.

STAFF REPORTS
Town Superintendent
Town Superintendent Steward did not have anything additional to report.
Police Chief
Police Chief Proffitt did not have anything to report.
Town Administrator
Town Administrator Lee addressed to Council on the subject of inoperative vehicles in the Town. Mrs. Lee stated that she needed guidance from Council if they wanted to continue enforcing the ordinance. A short discussion followed.
Town Administrator Lee informed the Council that Mrs. Sandlin has started.
Town Clerk
Town Clerk Bowrin shared with Council that since Mr. Allison has been elected to Council, there is a vacancy on the Remington Board of Zoning Appeals. Mrs. Bowrin stated that Mr. Ryan Hart is interested in filling the vacancy. Mrs. Bowrin continued to share with Council the Judge Parker requires a motion recommending Mr. Hart to the BZA.

Council Member Ashby motioned to recommend Mr. Ryan Hart to the Remington Board of Zoning Appeals. Council Member Allison seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls
Nays: 0

Town Clerk Bowrin asked permission to get a table for the Remington Fall Festival.

Council Member Ashby motioned to pay the $25 for the spot at the Remington Fall Festival. Council Member Clatterbuck seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls
Nays: 0

BILL LISTING
Mayor Billingsley asked for questions to the Bill Listing.

Council Member Allison motioned to adopt the Bill Listing. Council Member Ashby seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls
Nays: 0

Council Member Ashby motioned to go into a closed session Pursuant to Virginia Code § 2.2-3711 (A)(1) for the discussion or consideration of the performance of the Town Administrator, Town Superintendent, Town Clerk/Treasurer, Town Laborer, Part-time Town Laborer, Part-time Water Laborers, Town DMV Clerks, Town Office Assistant, Town Police Chief and Town Police Officers. Council Member Allison seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney, Loving, Ralls
Nays: 0

When the Council came out of closed session, Mayor Billingsley stated for the record that Council Members Ralls and Loving left while still in closed session.

By the motion of Council Member Heaney and a second by Council Member Clatterbuck, the motion carried for the meeting to reconvene.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney
Nays: 0
Absent: Loving, Ralls

MOTION: ALLISON RESOLUTION: 06-14
SECOND: ASHBY MEETING DATE: JULY 14, 2014

CERTIFICATION OF CLOSED MEETING

WHEREAS, The Remington Town Council has convened a closed meeting on this date pursuant to an affirmative recorded vote and in accordance with the provisions of the Virginia Freedom of Information Act: and

WHERAS, Section 2.2-3712 of the Code of Virginia requires certification by this Council that such closed meeting was conducted in conformity with Virginia law.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Council certified that, to the best of each member’s knowledge, (i) only public business matters lawfully exempt from open meeting requirements by Virginia law were discussed in the closed meeting to which this certification resolution applies, and (ii) only such public business matters were identified in the motion convening this closed session were heard, discussed, or considered by the Town Council.

VOTE: 5 FOR
Ashby: Ayes
Clatterbuck: Ayes
Allison: Ayes
Heaney: Ayes
Billingsley: Ayes
Absent: Loving, Ralls

Council Member Ashby motioned to approve the expenditure of the $6062.24 in the FY 2014-15 budget for the purpose of salary increases to staff based upon each employees most recent performance evaluation. Council Member Allison seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney
Nays: 0
Absent: Loving, Ralls

With no further business before the Council, Council Member Ashby motioned to adjourn with a second by Council Member Clatterbuck. The motion carried.
Ayes: Allison, Ashby, Clatterbuck, Heaney
Nays: 0
Absent: Loving, Ralls

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