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06-19-2014 Regular MeetingREGULAR MEETING OF THE ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS HELD THE NINETEENTH DAY OF JUNE IN THE YEAR TWO THOUSAND AND FOURTEEN AT 5:00 P.M. IN THE ROBERT C. CLAUD, SR. BOARD ROOM OF THE ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY COURTHOUSE PRESENT: Byron B. Bailey, Chairman Rex W. Alphin, Vice -Chairman Delores C. Darden Alan E. Casteen Rudolph Jefferson Also Attending: Mark C. Popovich, County Attorney Anne F. Seward, County Administrator Carey Mills Storm, Clerk At 5:00 p.m., the meeting was called to order by Chairman Bailey. CLOSED MEETING County Attorney Popovich requested a closed meeting pursuant to Section 2.2-3711(A)(1) of the Code of Virginia to discuss the appointment of specific appointees to County Boards/Commissions/Committees; under Section 2.2-3711(A)(7) regarding consultation with legal counsel requiring the provision of legal advice regarding contractual matters with the volunteer organizations; pursuant to Section 2.2-3711(A)(7) concerning consultation with legal counsel pertaining to actual litigation relating to a zoning violation; pursuant to Section 2.2-3711(A)(7) concerning consultation with legal counsel requiring the provision of legal advice regarding the proposed public ball field; and, pursuant to Section 2.2-3711(A)(7) concerning consultation with legal counsel requiring the provision of legal advice pertaining to contractual matters related to solid waste disposal. Chairman Bailey moved that the Board enter the closed meeting for the reasons stated. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. Chairman Bailey moved that the Board return to open session. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. Supervisor Casteen moved that the following Resolution be adopted: CERTIFICATION OF CLOSED MEETING WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors 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, 1 WIFIEREAS, Section 2.2-3712(D) of the Code of Virginia requires a certification by this Board of Supervisors that such closed meeting was conducted in conformity with Virginia law; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Supervisors hereby certifies that, to the best of each member's knowledge, (i) only public business matters lawfully exempted 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 as were identified in the motion convening the closed meeting were heard, discussed or considered by the Board of Supervisors. VOTE AYES: Bailey, Darden, Jefferson, Alphin and Casteen NAYS: 0 ABSENT DURING VOTE: 0 ABSENT DURING MEETING: 0 H At 6:00 p.m., Supervisor Darden delivered the invocation. H The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was conducted. H APPROVAL OF AGENDA County Attorney Popovich requested an Item (E) - Staff Report regarding County Bond Ratings be added under Special Presentations and Item (A) be removed under the County Administrator's report; immediately following Special Presentations, receive the staff presentations relating to Items (B) and (C) under Old Business; and, under the County Administrator's report, remove Item (E), Public Private Partnership Fee Waiver Request from the Rushmere Community Development Corporation. Supervisor Alphin moved that the agenda be approved as amended. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. H No CONSENT AGENDA A. Motion to Approve Tax Refund for Hines Design Labs ($5,910) B. Motion to Approve Capital Funds Transfer for Medic Unit C. Resolution to Return State Homeland Security Grant Award for CERT Program ($8,293) D. Resolution to Recognize Parks & Recreation Month in July E. Resolution to Adopt the FY2014-15 Compensation and Classification Plan F. Resolution to Acknowledge School Board Election of VRS Contribution Rate G. August 20, 2013 Breeden (Eagle Harbor, Tract 8) Work Session Minutes H. September 13, 2013 Special Meeting Minutes I. November 7, 2013 Joint Meeting with the School Board J. December 5, 2013 Special Meeting Minutes Supervisor Alphin moved that the Consent Agenda be adopted with the amended attachment to the FY2014-15 Position Classification and Compensation Plan report. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. FIA REGIONAL REPORTS Supervisor Darden reported long range plans for regionalism were discussed at the most recent meeting of the Hampton Roads Planning District Commission. Supervisor Darden reported that VDOT's Six Year Plan; road improvements; and, hurricane evacuation plans for the region were discussed at the most recent meeting of the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization. Supervisor Darden reported that Veterans will be in need of training due to Federal downsizing. She advised that reduced budgets and additional BRAC hearings are anticipated according to discussions at the most recent meeting of the Hampton Roads Federal Facilities Alliance. K Supervisor Jefferson reported that the inmate population at the Western Tidewater Regional Jail remains constant at 64% of total bed capacity; that the Jail's Operating Budget is $889,850; that an audit has been authorized to identify areas of savings; that the Superintendent had an excellent work evaluation; and, that the Jail continues to be well maintained. // APPOINTMENTS Supervisor Casteen moved that Ron Harvey be appointed to represent the Smithfield District on the Board of Assessors. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion ad no Supervisors voting against the motion. Supervisor Jefferson moved that Otto Williams be appointed to represent the Hardy District on the Board of Assessors. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. Supervisor Alphin moved that Virginia Atwood be appointed to represent the Carrsville District on the Board of Assessors. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. Supervisor Alphin moved that Chris Smith be appointed to serve as the County's interim representative to the Tidewater EMS Council Board of Directors. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. Supervisor Jefferson moved that Lilly White be appointed to serve on the Blackwater Regional Library Board, replacing Hazel Edwards. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. SPECIAL PRESENTATION/APPEARANCES Lisa T. Perry, Director of Economic Development, reported on that Department's activities. Danny Hughes, the Hughes Agency, was introduced as the Entrepreneur of the Year. Joe Lomax, VDOT Resident Engineer, briefed the Board on County - related transportation matters. in The Board received a slide presentation of animals currently available for adoption at the County's animal shelter from Donald T. Robertson, Director of Information Resources and Legislative Affairs. The Board received a report on the County's bond rating from Jimmy Sanderson, Davenport & Company. County Administrator Seward recapped the presentation made to the Board at its previous meeting in an effort to address certain inaccuracies related to the issue of the Facility Use and Vehicle Titling agreements. H CITIZENS' COMMENTS Albert Burckard, on behalf of the Carrollton Civic League, advised the Board that the League, at its most recent meeting, voted unanimously to inform the Board of its support for the Carrollton Volunteer Fire Department with respect to the recent action of the County to repossess all fire engines, ambulances, emergency vehicles and property, some of which have been paid for by volunteers themselves and purchased by donated money from the community or items donated by citizens in each district. He requested that the Board reconsider its promise not to continue funding the volunteers and that they be allowed to retain ownership and control of their own apparatus and equipment. Karen Brower of Carrollton shared her request that the Board delay its vote on the Facility Use and Vehicle Titling agreements and continue dialogue with the volunteer organizations to see if an agreement can be reached. Herb DeGroft of Mill Swamp Road addressed the importance of volunteerism in the County. He requested the Board to delay action on the Facility Use and Vehicle Titling agreements and continue dialogue with the various volunteer organizations. Fred Mitchell, President of the Carrollton Volunteer Fire Department, expressed his opposition to the proposed Facility Use and Vehicle Titling agreements. He expressed his willingness to discuss the issue further with staff and pointed out that not all of the seven (7) volunteer organizations will fit under one (1) agreement. John Springfield of Carrollton spoke in opposition to the proposed Facility Use and Vehicle Titling agreements for the County's volunteer organizations. Stan Clark, on behalf of the Isle of Wight Civic Association, read into the record a resolution adopted unanimously by the Association at its June meeting urging the Board to discontinue efforts relative to Facility Use and 9 Vehicle Titling agreements and work with these volunteer fire and rescue organizations in a manner of trust and cooperation as in the past. Bill Wady of Virginia Beach expressed concern with the Facility Use and Vehicle Titling agreements as it may relate to the discontinuance of the bluegrass music events he currently enjoys. Christy Sprouls of Carrollton spoke in opposition to the proposed Facility Use and Vehicle Titling agreements and in support of the Carrollton Volunteer Fire Department. Debbie Bales of Carrollton spoke in opposition to the proposed Facility Use and Vehicle Titling agreements. J. Brian Carroll, on behalf of the Isle of Wight Volunteer Rescue Squad, spoke in favor of the Agreements. Richard Cassell requested assistance from the County in getting the pipe across Route 17 resized to allow for better drainage. Supervisor Casteen moved that the County Administrator be authorized to enter into a Fire and Rescue Vehicle Lease Agreement with the volunteer fire and rescue squads, as presented, which asks for titling of the vehicles that were funded in whole or in part by the tax payers. The motion was defeated by a vote of (2-3) with Supervisors Darden and Casteen voting in favor of the motion and Supervisors Bailey, Alphin and Jefferson voting against the motion. // Chairman Bailey declared a break. // PUBLIC HEARINGS A. Comprehensive Plan Amendment to Allow Single Family Homes/Commercial Uses (Archers Meade). Matthew Smolnik, Assistant Director of Planning and Zoning, briefed the Board regarding the amendment request and advised that the Planning Commission had recommended approval by a vote of 7-1. Chairman Bailey called for persons to speak in favor of or in opposition to the amendment. Archer Jones, Attorney, representing the applicant, requested the Board to approve the Comprehensive Plan amendment. 2 Chairman Bailey closed the public hearing and called for comments from the Board. Supervisor Casteen moved that the Comprehensive Plan be amended to allow for Single Family Homes/Commercial Uses. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. B. Rezoning to Allow Single Family Homes/Commercial Uses (Archers Meade). Mr. Smolnik briefed the Board on the strengths and weaknesses of the proposed rezoning and reviewed staff's changes responsive to the Planning Commission's recommendation of denial of the rezoning to the Board. Chairman Bailey called for persons to speak in favor of or in opposition to the amendment. Al Jones, applicant and property owner, requested the Board approve the expansion request stating that it is hoped that any drainage problems being experienced by Edgewood Estates and other residents in that area will be solved or improved by the BMP expansion and the use of drop inlets. Mitchell Wilcox, Commonwealth Engineering, advised that the property will be designed to alleviate much of the existing drainage problems and that the wetlands will be mitigated. Bobby Fatell, owner of the BP gas station Carrollton Boulevard, appeared and spoke in favor of the project. Michael Johnson, New Town Haven Lane, appeared and spoke in favor of the project. John May of Creekside Drive in Smithfield spoke in favor of the project noting a need for new detached single-family homes in the County. Gloria Harris of Whippingham Parkway and adjacent property owner spoke against the proposed project noting a concern with existing wetlands, drainage problems and the potential for the creation of additional problems. Ricky Harris of Whippingham Parkway and adjacent farm land owner advised that water from the adjacent property has been directed to his property causing him to have to build ponds and dig ditches. base. Bill Herfert of Carrollton spoke in favor due to the increase in the tax h Joseph Wilson of Oliver Drive in Smithfield spoke in favor of the proposed development because of its ability to bring more affordable homes into the County. Ed Sadler of Suffolk spoke in favor of the proposed development and introduced himself as a home builder who been asked to consider this a project for his company. He confirmed that drainage is currently a significant issue and stated he is confident that the County's inspections department will expect any drainage concerns to be addressed prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy. He stated new regulations coming into effect July 1, 2014 will change the way builders currently do business and he is confident that the parameters for drainage and storm water retention will be addressed. He spoke in favor of the proposed project as a good opportunity to provide quality work force housing that is in strong demand. Chairman Bailey closed the public hearing and called for comments from the Board. Following discussion on who will be responsible for stormwater and erosion sediment control for this project and whether the application would fall under current regulations or be grandfathered, Mr. Wilcox advised that the new regulations primarily deal with water quality and time of release and not with flooding or how water is channeled. He stated the pond will be expanded to allow for additional water and water will drain through the existing pipe at a slower speed. Don Jennings, County Engineer, advised that the applicant has applied for coverage under the current permit cycle and will be able to develop under the existing regulations. Chairman Bailey moved that the rezoning to allow single family homes/commercial uses (Archers Meade) be approved. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. C. Change in Zoning Classification to Create Lot for Existing Single Family Residential (Oliver). Sandy Robinson, Planner, provided an overview of the application and advised that the Planning Commission voted to recommend approval of the withdrawal of the two (2) acres of land from the Longview Agricultural Forestal District, the approval of the waiver to Section 4-3004 of the Zoning Ordinance and the approval of the rezoning application. She advised that Mr. Oliver could not be present to represent his application. Chairman Bailey called for persons to speak in favor of or in opposition to the proposed change in zoning classification. No one appeared and spoke. Chairman Bailey closed the public hearing and called for comments from the Board. Supervisor Darden moved that the change in zoning classification to create a lot for existing single family residential (Oliver) be approved. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. D. Amendment to the County Code (Appendix B, Zoning) to Allow for Exceptions to the Height Requirements for Fences or Walls for Electrical Utility Stations or Substations; to Allow for Electronic Message Board and Changeable Copy Signs; and to Allow for Towing Service Storage Yards. Mr. Rudnicki provided a staff report on the purpose of the proposed amendments as recommended by the Planning Commission and staff. Chairman Bailey called for persons to speak in favor of or in opposition to the proposed amendment. Shelly Campbell, Burnes & McDonald, spoke in support of the proposed amendments. Chairman Bailey closed the public hearing and called for comments from the Board. Supervisor Darden moved that the amendment to the County Code (Appendix B, Zoning) be approved. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5- 0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT Charles Meek, Assistant to the County Administrator, provided a PowerPoint presentation regarding staff's recommendations to implement twice annual billing for personal property, as precipitated by the County's recent financial challenge with its fund balance. Chairman Bailey moved that staff be authorized to implement personal property billing twice annually. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. Mary Beth Johnson, Director of Human Resources, provided a PowerPoint presentation on proposed amendments to the County's Policy Manual relative to annual leave. Z Supervisor Casteen moved that the following Resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION TO AMEND CHAPTER 1: PERSONNEL, ARTICLE V, SECTIONS 5.1 AND 5.2 OF THE COUNTY POLICY MANUAL WHEREAS, the County has established guidelines for the accrual of annual leave and payment of annual leave upon employment termination as part of Chapter 1: Personnel, Article V, Sections 5.1 and 5.2 of the County Policy Manual; and WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors desires to amend Chapter 1: Personnel, Article V, Sections 5.1 and 5.2 of the County Policy Manual to clarify the maximum number of annual leave hours that may be carried over from one fiscal year to another and to provide for, in instances of reduction in force, the payment of actual unused accrued annual leave with no maximum cap enforced. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that Chapter 1: Personnel, Article V, Sections 5.1 and 5.2 of the County Policy Manual is hereby amended as follows: Chapter 1: Personnel ARTICLE V Leave Provisions (Revised September 1, 2005, December 15, 2005, February 2, 2006, April 5, 2007; October 2, 2008; January 8, 2009; June 19, 2014) Section 5.1 (Revised April 5, 2007; June 19, 2014) Calculated Annual leave for regular full-time employees shall be calculated at the end of each pay period in accordance with the following schedule: Total Years Hours Days Of Service Per Month Per Year Maximum 0 to 5 8 12 36 da) 88 hours 5+ to 10 10 15 36 d288 hours 10+ to 15 12 18 X288 hours 15+ to 20 14 21 X288 hours 20 or more 16 24 Sys -288 hours Regular full-time employees on leave without pay for more than half of the workdays per pay period will not accumulate annual leave hours for that pay period. *Employees may exceed the maximum accrual amount of 36 days 288 hours during the fiscal year; however, no more than 36 days 288 hours may be carried over from one fiscal 10 year to the next fiscal year. Any days hours over tom. six (36) 288 hours will be automatically added to the sick leave balance up to a maximum of eighty (80) hours per fiscal year. New Hires New hires shall accrue annual leave for the month of initial hire according to the date of hire as follows: Date of Month 1St to 7th 8th to 23rd 24th to last Section 5.2 (Revised June 19, 2014) Approval Percent of Annual Leave Accrued 100% 50% 0% The earliest possible notice, preferably two weeks, of intent shall be given by any employee who is eligible to take annual leave. Annual leave taken without prior approval may not be paid. Each department shall be responsible for the scheduling of annual leave of its employees and doing so without decreasing the operating efficiency of the department. Employees shall be paid for unused accrued annual leave up to the allowed maximum of 36 days 288 hours at the time of retirement, resignation, termination, or death. In instances of reduction in force, an employee shall be paid for their actual unused accrued annual leave with no maximum cap enforced. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. Chairman Bailey declared a break. // County Administrator Seward presented a Resolution to Approve Fire & Rescue Designated Emergency Response Agency Standard for the Board's consideration which has been reviewed and approved by all seven (7) of the County's volunteer organizations and recommended for adoption. Supervisor Alphin moved that the following Resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION TO ADOPT THE DESIGNATED EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN STANDARD WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors of the County of Isle of Wight, Virginia recognizes the need to provide fire and emergency services to the citizens of the county; and, 11 WHEREAS, the County of Isle of Wight has a responsibility to provide for the safety and wellbeing of its citizens and visitors; and, WHEREAS, the County's Emergency Medical System is comprised of career staff from the Department of Emergency Services and volunteer personnel from the County's seven fire and EMS volunteer agencies; and, WHEREAS, the seven (7) volunteer agencies have agreed to operate under the County's Designated Emergency Response Plan Standard; and, WHEREAS, Virginia Administrative Code (VAC) 12VAC5-31-610 requires that designated emergency response agencies shall develop or participate in a written local EMS response plan, in coordination with their locality. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Supervisors of the County of Isle of Wight, Virginia officially adopts the Designated Emergency Response Plan Standard. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Chief of Emergency Services, or his/her designee, is tasked and authorized to maintain and revise, as necessary, this document. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. Tony Wilson, Public Works Administrator, briefed the Board regarding recently implemented changes in hours of operation at the various County convenience centers. Supervisor Darden requested shirts be provided to the convenience center workers. County Administrator Seward briefed the Board regarding the relocation of several County departments in an effort to provide better services to the businesses and citizens of the County. Mark W. Furlo, Director of Parks and Recreation, provided a PowerPoint presented on recommended strategies for Tyler's Beach relative to the replacement of the bulkhead, the dredging of channels, damage to the facility, the need for slips, feral and stray animals, abandoned property, people living on their boats and on the property, disorderly conduct, unregistered boats and the failure to pay mooring fees, sunken and dilapidated boats. General discussion followed concerning the proposed Park Ranger position versus utilizing deputies on an overtime basis or hiring a part-time Park Ranger, the need to dredge the harbor, the need to cut the grass and the increase in fees. 12 Supervisor Jefferson moved that the issue be tabled until the Board's July 17, 2014 meeting. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. // UNFINISHED/OLD BUSINESS Judy H. Winslow, Director of Tourism, recapped the efforts underway with the County branding logo project entitled "Local Roots, Global Reach." Chairman Bailey moved that staff be authorized to immediately implement the new logo with State designation and branding. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. NEW BUSINESS Donald T. Robertson, Director of Information Resources and Legislative Affairs, briefed the Board regarding the recent malfunction of the County's alert system which occurred during transition to the new system responsive to an inquiry from Supervisor Alphin. // INFORMATIONAL ITEMS County Administrator Seward noted the following items were included in the agenda for the Board's information: Western Tidewater Health District Pilot Program -Business Hours; Social Services Monthly Report; Monthly Reports: Delinquent Tax Information and Statement of Treasurer's Accountability; Employee Recognition Event; Transportation Matters Quarterly Update; Blackwater Safety Review Update; Route 258 Safety Review Update; and, Central Hill Baptist Church Safety/Signage Review Update. CLOSED MEETING County Attorney Popovich requested a closed meeting pursuant to Section 2.2-3711(A)(7) of the Code of Virginia regarding consultation with legal counsel requiring the provision of legal advice regarding the proposed ball field; under Section 2.2-3711(A)(7) regarding consultation with legal 13 counsel requiring the provision of legal advice regarding contractual matters related to solid waste disposal. Supervisor Casteen moved to enter the closed meeting for the reasons stated. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. Supervisor Casteen moved that the Board return to open session. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. Supervisor Casteen moved to adopt the following Resolution: CERTIFICATION OF CLOSED MEETING WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors 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, WHEREAS, Section 2.2-3712(D) of the Code of Virginia requires a certification by this Board of Supervisors that such closed meeting was conducted in conformity with Virginia law; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Supervisors hereby certifies that, to the best of each member's knowledge, (i) only public business matters lawfully exempted 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 as were identified in the motion convening the closed meeting were heard, discussed or considered by the Board of Supervisors. VOTE AYES: Bailey, Darden, Jefferson, Alphin and Casteen NAYS: 0 ABSENT DURING VOTE: 0 ABSENT DURING MEETING: 0 Supervisor Casteen moved to authorize staff to expend the sum of dollars relative to the settlement of the zoning violation case discussed in closed meeting. The motion was adopted by a vote of (5-0) with Supervisors Bailey, Alphin, Casteen, Darden and Jefferson voting in favor of the motion and no Supervisors voting against the motion. H 14 111FREVIS lipp 11 p Byron B. Bailey, Chairman-/ Z U I. 9111MSIMMUtp´┐Żl "mI I M -dl 15