Agenda for 20 December 2006 Sully District Council Meeting
by Jeff Parnes
  1. The Sully District Council will meet at 7:00 p.m. in the Sully District Governmental Center meeting room 1, 4900 Stonecroft Boulevard, Chantilly, VA, 20151. The meeting will be cancelled if Fairfax County Schools or after school activities are cancelled due to adverse weather the day of the meeting..

  2. Membership

  3. Land Use and Transportation

    1. Presentations: None Planned

    2. Old Business

    3. New Business

      The 2006 Annual Report on Fairfax County’s Streams has been posted the county's Stormwater Web site. The report can be downloaded into sections (recommended) or as one very large file (not recommended). In the report, you’ll read about:

      • The state of Fairfax County’s streams in 2005 which shows that 57 percent of streams are in very poor to poor condition, 25 percent are in fair condition, and 18 percent are in good to excellent condition (using aquatic bugs – benthic macroinvertebrates – as an indicator).
      • The updated list of impaired waters identified by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality which includes streams that are in poor quality (impaired) that do not meet state water quality standards and are not suitable for their intended uses such as swimming, fishing, or aquatic life.
      • The new watershed map series that provides information about water quality conditions of local stream based on biological monitoring data from 1999 to 2005.

    4. Scheduled Meetings/Activities:

      • The 24th Green Breakfast will be held on Saturday, January 6--same time, same place, new topic. Here are the details:
        • When: Saturday, January 6 8:30 to 10:00 a.m.
        • Where: Old Country Buffet Fair City Mall - Route 236 (Main Street) and Pickett Road in Fairfax City
        • Program: "I’m a nest! - aka IMA + NEST Translation: Invasive Management Area and Neighborhood Ecological Stewardship Training
        • Speakers: Meghan Fellows, Natural Resource Specialist, Fairfax County Park Authority, and Speakers: Meghan Fellows, Natural Resource Specialist, Fairfax County Park Authority Joanna Cornell, Watershed Specialist, Northern Virginia Soil and Water Conservation District
          • Ms. Fellows will discuss the IMA program and how volunteer power results in a wide variety of successes and lessons in rescuing park natural areas from the invasion of unwanted species like kudzu and porcelain berry. Have you noticed from the highway how kudzu has overtaken and is choking trees and shrubs? Folks don’t want that to happen to our prized parkland.
          • Ms. Cornell will present information about the popular NEST, an innovative natural resources and arts exploration program for adults. In 2006, NEST offered more than 150 programs through a developed network of more than 40 organizations, agencies and companies.
        • Cost: About $7.50. Pay the cashier as you arrive. If a senior, ask for the discount. No reservations are necessary.

      • Water Stewardship Team Leader Training!
        • When: Sunday, January 21, 2007, 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.
        • Where: At the Jerome "Buddie" Ford Nature Center 5700 Sanger Avenue, Alexandria
        • What: Learn to build community and discover ways to create a water-friendly lifestyle.
          This exciting neighborhood-based program trains volunteers to lead teams of five to ten households. Team members choose activities from a workbook for water conservation, water quality, and community improvement. Actions taken to conserve water and protect our watershed include installing rain barrels or cisterns, fixing water leaks, making rain gardens, or installing low-flow devices. Join residents of Alexandria, Arlington, Falls Church, and Fairfax County in this unique program to protect local water resources! Call 703-324- 5500, TTY 711 or e-mail krystal.kearns @ to receive more information or an application.

      • UOSA will be hosting a public information meeting to discuss the Cub Run Gravity Delivery System Improvements Project
        • When: January 29, 2007 at 7:00 p.m
        • Where:Stone Middle School 5500 Sully Park Drive Centreville, VA 20120
        • Why: The Upper Occoquan Sewage Authority (UOSA) is preparing to replace approximately 24,000 linear feet of sewer pipelines in the Cub Run Gravity Delivery System (CRGDS). The CRGDS serves Western Fairfax County, delivering raw sewage to the Cub Run Pump Station. Constructed in the 1970s, the CRGDS is located within Cub Run Stream Valley Park, part of the Fairfax County Park Authority (FCPA) system. The purpose of this meeting is to inform residents of the affected community about the construction project and receive comments from the public.

    5. Planned for 24 January 2007 Meeting

      • Membership:

      • Land Use and Transportation
        1. Presentations:
          1. 8:00
            • Proponent: Keith C. Martin
            • Action: Rezoning from PDC to R-8 with a concurrent SE for Independent Living Facility for 200 units in conformance with the recently adopted APR. Also have a concurrent PCA/FDPA to delete the 7 acres from the PDC zoning approved with RZ 1998-SU-009.
            • Location: Approx. 7 acres on north side of Rte 50 on Fair Ridge Dr.behind the Hilton Garden Inn

Respectfully submitted,

Jeffrey M. Parnes
Chair, Sully District Council
Land Use and Transportation Committee

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