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VIRGINIA:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LOUDOUN COUNTY
IN RE: ESTATE OF Mary Southwell Hutchinson, DECEASED

Probate File #14656

SHOW CAUSE ORDER
AGAINST DISTRIBUTION
(VA Code Section 64.1-179)

It appearing that a Report of Debts and Demands has been filed in the Clerks Office and that six months have elapsed since the qualification of the personal representative,
IT IS ORDERED that the creditors of, and all others interested in, the estate do show cause, if any they can, on the 6th day of June 2014 at 10:00 oclock, a.m., before this Court at its courtroom at 18 E. MarketStreet, Leesburg, Virginia 20178, against the payment and delivery of the estateto the beneficiaries entitled therto without required refunding bonds.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that this Order be published once a week for two successive weeks in The Loudoun Times Mirror.
ENTERED this 11th day of April, 2014

Stephen E. Sincavage,
Judge

I ASK FOR THIS:
Robert deT. Lawrence, IV, VBS#03779
Walker Jones, P.C.
31 Winchester Street
Warrenton, Virginia 20186-2896
540-347-9223
Legals | 04/23/14
VIRGINIA:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LOUDOUN COUNTY

THE COUNTY OF LOUDOUN,
Plaintiff,

v. CIVIL ACTION NO. CL87136

STANLEY M. BOOTS, et al.
Defendants


ORDER OF PUBLICATION
The Object of the above-styled suit is to affect the judicial sale of real estate located in the County of Loudoun and the Town of Purcellville for the purpose of collecting all delinquent real estate taxes assessed against such property. The real estate at issue is described as Lot 32, Section 2, Villages of Purcellville, as the same appears duly dedicated, platted and recorded in Deed Book 1010 at Page 1236 among the land records of this Court (the ”Property). The Property is located at 17444 Aldershot Place, Purcellville, and is further identified by PIN 453-37-1365-000 and Tax Map No. /36/C/2////32/.
IT APPEARING to the Court, by affidavit, that the record owner of the Property is Stanley M. Boots, that he resides in Syracuse, New York, and that he should be served by publication, pursuant to Virginia Code Ann. §§ 8.01-316 and 58.1-3967; it is therefore
ORDERED that Stanley M. Boots appear before this Court on June 6, 2014 at 2:00 p.m., and do what is necessary to protect his interests herein; and it is also
ORDERED that, pursuant to Va. Code §8.01-321, this Order be published for two successive weeks in the Loudoun Times-Mirror, a newspaper of general circulation in the County of Loudoun, Virginia.

ENTERED: 8 April, 2014
Stephen E. Sincavage, JUDGE

WE ASK FOR THIS:
JOHN R. ROBERTS
LOUDOUN COUNTY ATTORNEY

BY: Courtney R. Sydnor (VSB No. 45911)
Deputy County Attorney
Belkys Escobar (VSB #74866)
Assistant County Attorney
One Harrison Street, S.E.
5th Floor
MSC #06
Leesburg, Virginia 20175-3102
Telephone: (703)-777-0307
Facsimile: (703)-771-5025

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Legals | 04/23/14
TOWN OF WARRENTON
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
Public hearings will be held by the Council of the Town of Warrenton, Virginia on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at 7 p.m. in Town Hall, 18 Court Street on the following:
1. The Towns proposed budget for fiscal year 2014-2015.
2. Calendar Year 2014 Tax Rates.
3. Town Capital Improvements Program for FY2015-2020
4. Business, Professional & Occupational License Year 2015 TaxRates
5. A resolution of the Town Council of the Town of Warrentonestablishing the percentage of relief granted to qualifyingpersonal use vehicles, subject to the Town of Warrentonspersonal property tax, for the 2014 tax year.
6. Water and Sewer Rate for FY2015
NO PROPOSED CHANGES TO
THE TAX RATES LISTED ABOVE
Copies of the proposed budgets and rates are on file in the Finance Department in Town Hall and the Fauquier County Public Library. The proposed budget may also be accessed on the Towns website: www.warrentonva.gov
Copies of the Capital Improvements Program are on file in the Office of the Planning Director and Fauquier County Public Library.
All documents at Town Hall may be examined Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
All documents at the Fauquier County Public Library may be examined during regular library hours.
The Town of Warrenton does not discriminate on the basis of handicapped status in admission or access to its programs and activities.Accommodations will be made for handicapped persons upon prior requests.
Evelyn J. Weimer, Town Recorder
Legals | 04/23/14
TOWN OF LEESBURG
DEPARTMENT OF UTILITIES
NOTICE OF WATER MAIN FLUSHING


The Town of Leesburg will conduct controlled flushing of water mains throughout the Town from April 7 through May 9, 2014. This preventative maintenance program is essential for maintaining the Town‘s high standards of water quality.

Water mains are flushed by opening fire hydrants and allowing them to flow freely for a short period of time.The flushing cleans out sediment, removes air which may accumulate in the water mains and restores chlorine levels in areas of limited use, thereby, reducing the potential for bacteriological contamination.

Water is safe to drink and safe to use during flushing.However, flushing may result in some discoloration and sediment in the water. If discoloration or sediment is evident, the Town recommends residents avoid doing laundry until the discoloration subsides. Flushing may also introduce air into the water, which may temporarily cause erratic flow.

Flushing is anticipated to begin in the northeast quadrant of town, and then proceed to the southeast, northwest, and southwest quadrants, respectively.Some residents and businesses may experience lower pressure during the flushing in their neighborhood. The Town regrets any inconvenience the flushing operation may cause.

Please call the Utilities Department at 703-737-7075 for further information.For after-hour emergencies, call the Leesburg Police Department at 703-771-4500.

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Legals | 04/23/14
PUBLIC NOTICE
INVITATION FOR BID
TOWN OF WARRENTON, VIRGINIA
Sealed Bids will be accepted until May 20, 2014 at 2:30 PM and then publicly opened in the office of the Purchasing Agent, 18 Court Street, Warrenton, VA 20186, for the following:
HVAC Maintenance Services
(Warrenton Aquatic & Recreation Facility)
Bid documents are available in the above office, by calling (540) 347-1102, by emailing staff@warrentonva.gov, or by visiting the website:www.warrentonva.gov.
A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at the Warrenton Aquatic and Recreation Facility, located at 800 Waterloo Road, Warrenton, VA at 10:00 AM on May 6, 2014.
The Town through its duly adopted policy may reject any or all proposals and waive all informalities. All contracts are awarded by the Town Manager. In the event the Town Manager rejects all proposals, the Town may readvertise or make the purchase on the open market in conformance with state code and established Town procedures.
The Town of Warrenton does not discriminate on the basis of handicapped status in admission or access to its programs and activities. Accommodations will be made for handicapped persons upon prior request.
Legals | 04/23/14
Public Notice - Environmental Permit
PURPOSE OF NOTICE: To seek public comment on a draft permit from the Department of Environmental Quality that will allow the release of treated wastewater into a water body in Fauquier County, Virginia.
PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD: April 23, 2014 to May 23, 2014
PERMIT NAME: Virginia Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit - Wastewater issued by DEQ, under the authority of the State Water Control Board
APPLICANT NAME, ADDRESS AND PERMIT NUMBER:
Fauquier County Public Schools
320 Hospital Drive, Suite 40
Warrenton, VA 20186
VA0027278
NAME AND ADDRESS OF FACILITY:
H.M. Pearson Elementary School
9347 Bastable Mill Rd.
Catlett, VA 20119
PROJECT DESCRIPTION:Fauquier County Schools has applied for reissuance of a permit for the H.M. Pearson Elementary School Sewage Treatment Plant The applicant proposes to release treated sewage wastewaters from this elementary school at a rate of 0.0079 million gallons per day into Cedar Run in Fauquier County in the Potomac River Watershed. A watershed is the land area drained by a river and its incoming streams. Sludge from the treatment process will be disposed of at the Remington Sewage Treatment Plant. The permit will limit the following pollutants to amounts that protect water quality: pH, biochemical oxygen demand-5 day, total suspended solids, dissolved oxygen, ammonia as nitrogen, total residual chlorine, and E. coli bacteria.
HOW TO COMMENT AND/OR REQUEST A PUBLIC HEARING: DEQ accepts comments and requests for public hearing by hand-delivery, e-mail, fax or postal mail. All comments and requests must be in writing and be received by DEQ during the comment period. Submittals must include the names, mailing addresses and telephone numbers of the commenter/requester and of all persons represented by the commenter/requester. A request for public hearing must also include: 1) The reason why a public hearing is requested. 2) A brief, informal statement regarding the nature and extent of the interest of the requester or of those represented by the requester, including how and to what extent such interest would be directly and adversely affected by the permit. 3) Specific references, where possible, to terms and conditions of the permit with suggested revisions. A public hearing may be held, including another comment period, if public response is significant, based on individual requests for a public hearing, and there are substantial, disputed issues relevant to the permit.
CONTACT FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS, DOCUMENT REQUESTS AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The public may review the draft permit and application at the DEQ-Northern Regional Office by appointment, or may request electronic copies of the draft permit and fact sheet.
Name: Anna T. Westernik
Address: DEQ-Northern Regional Office,
13901 Crown Court, Woodbridge, VA 22193
Phone: (703) 583-3837
E-mail: anna.westernik@deq.vir ginia.gov Fax: (703) 583-3821
Legals | 04/23/14
PUBLIC HEARING
The LOUDOUN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS will hold a public hearing in the Board of Supervisors Meeting Room, County Government Center, 1 Harrison Street, S.E., Leesburg, Virginia, at 6:00 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 2014, in order to consider:
RDAB 2013-0001
PROPOSED ABANDONMENT OF A SECTION OF OLD SYCOLIN ROAD
(FORMER ROUTE 643)
Pursuant to Virginia Code Section 33.1-156 et seq., the Board of Supervisors hereby gives notice that it intends to consider the abandonment of a section of Old Sycolin Road (former Route 643) (the ”Subject Section). The Subject Section is a prescriptive right-of-way that includes the Murrays Ford Bridge ruins, and was previously discontinued as part of the secondary road system of Loudoun County in 1970. The Subject Section is currently unimproved and is not utilized by the public, and the function of the Subject Section has been replaced by the current alignment of Sycolin Road (Route 625). The western terminus of the Subject Section is located on the south side Sycolin Road, and the Subject Section then continues eastward through PIN: 195-30-5739, across the Goose Creek (over the Murrays Ford Bridge Ruins), and through PIN: 154-45-3829, to its eastern terminus, also located on the south side of Sycolin Road, in the Catoctin and Blue Ridge Election Districts.
Copies of the plats, and any associated documents, describing the proposed abandonment are available for review and may be examined at the Office of the County Administrator, County Government Center, 5th Floor, 1 Harrison Street, S.E., Leesburg, Virginia between 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday or call (703) 777-0200.
PROPOSED ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING USE OF EMINENT DOMAIN/
PROPERTY OF DAVID N. SENTY AND LAURA P. SENTY,
CO-TRUSTEES OF THE DAVID N. SENTY REVOCABLE TRUST
Pursuant to Virginia Code Sections 15.2-1427 and 15.2-1901 et seq., the Board of Supervisors gives notice of its intention to propose for passage an ordinance approving a proposed public use and directing the acquisition of real property for such public use by condemnation (eminent domain). The subject property is approximately 9.63 acres in size, is located in the southwest corner of the intersection of John Mosby Highway (Route 50) and New Mountain Road (Route 631), at 39573 John Mosby Highway, Aldie, Virginia, in the Blue Ridge Election District, and is more particularly identified as Tax Map Number /89////////18D (PIN# 361-36-8286). The subject property is currently owned by David N. Senty and Laura P. Senty, Co-Trustees of the David N. Senty Revocable Trust dated May 2, 2002, and the proposed use to which the subject property shall be put is a fire and rescue station that will serve the Village of Aldie and its surrounding community and support emergency response to the Town of Middleburg, Arcola, Philomont, Kirkpatrick Farms, and the Town of Leesburg and their surrounding communities.
A complete copy of the full text of the above-referenced proposed ordinance, as well as a plat and vicinity maps serving to further identify the subject property, is on file and available for public inspection in the Office of the County Administrator, County Government Center, 5th Floor, 1 Harrison Street, S.E., Leesburg, Virginia, between 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday thru Friday or call (703) 777-0200.
PROPOSED CONVEYANCE OF COUNTY PROPERTY
Grant of Permanent Aerial Utility Easement - Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park
Pursuant to Virginia Code Section 15.2-1800, the Board of Supervisors shall consider granting a 30-foot wide permanent aerial utility easement to Verizon Virginia LLC for the purpose of installing, operating, maintaining, inspecting, and repairing communication system-related cables and equipment over and across a portion of certain County-owned property that is known as Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park. Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park is located on the east side of Sycolin Road (Route 625/643), on the north side of Cochran Mill Road (Route 653), and on the south side of the Town of Leesburg, in the Catoctin Election District. The property is more particularly described as Tax Map Number /60////////12/ (PIN # 191-16-9866).
A copy of the plat illustrating the easement proposed to be granted is available for review and may be examined at the Office of the County Administrator, County Government Center, 5th Floor, 1 Harrison Street, S.E., Leesburg, Virginia, between 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday or call 703-777-0200.
PROPOSED SALE OF COUNTY PROPERTYCOUNTY-OWNED AFFORDABLE DWELLING UNITS (ADUs)
Pursuant to Virginia Code Section 15.2-1800, the Board of Supervisors shall consider the conveyance of two (2) County-owned Affordable Dwelling Units (ADUs) to ADU qualified certificate holders. The two (2) ADUs are more particularly described as follows:
ADDRESS PIN # ELECTION DISTRICT DESCRIPTION PURCHASE PRICE
23320 Tradewind Drive 201-38-8244 Blue RidgeApproximately 1,470 square foot, three $148,853
Ashburn, Virginia three bedroom, Single Family
Attached dwelling unit (Townhouse)
42812 Center Street 165-29-1463-002 Dulles Approximately 1,524 square foot, $139,850
Chantilly, Virginia four bedroom, Multifamily
dwelling unit (Condominium)
Copies of the plat(s) illustrating the properties proposed to be conveyed may be examined at the Office of the County Administrator, County Government Center, 5th Floor, 1 Harrison Street, S.E., Leesburg, Virginia, between 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, or call 703-777-0200, and at the Loudoun County Department of Family Services, 102 Heritage Way N.E., Suite 103, Leesburg, Virginia from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.. Monday through Friday, or call 703-777-0353.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED PLAN OF FINANCE
THROUGH THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF LOUDOUN COUNTY, VIRGINIA
TO BORROW FUNDS FOR THE CAPITAL CONTRIBUTION BY LOUDOUN COUNTY
TO THE DULLES CORRIDOR METRORAIL PROJECT
The Board of Supervisors of Loudoun County, Virginia, gives notice of its intention to enter into a contract with the Economic Development Authority of Loudoun County, Virginia (the ”EDA"), to borrow funds for the capital contribution by Loudoun County to the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project. The Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project is the construction of a Metrorail transit line from the East Falls Church Station in Fairfax County, Virginia, to the Route 772 Station in Loudoun County, Virginia (also referred to as the ”Silver Line"). Loudoun County has entered into an ”Agreement to Fund the Capital Cost of Construction of Metrorail in the Dulles Corridor" with Fairfax County, Virginia and the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority under which it has agreed to fund a share of the Silver Line project. The EDA intends enter into a loan agreement with the U.S. Department of Transportation, under the Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) program, to raise the funds for this purpose. The EDA may also issue bonds to raise additional funds for Loudoun Countys capital contribution to the Silver Line project, provided the aggregate principal amount of all borrowing under the TIFIA loan and the bonds does not exceed $300,000,000.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED BOND FINANCING
BY THE COUNTY OF LOUDOUN, VIRGINIA
Pursuant to Virginia Code Section 15.2-2606.A. the Board of Supervisors hereby gives notice of its intent to consider the final authorization of the issuance of general obligation bonds by the County in the estimated maximum amount of $12,205,000. The proposed use of the bond proceeds is for the financing of the design, renovation, construction, and equipping of Broad Run High School.
Copies of the Resolution(s) authorizing the issuance of the above-referenced Bond(s) are on file and may be examined in the Office of the County Administrator, County Government Center, 5th Floor, 1 Harrison Street, S.E., Leesburg, Virginia, between 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, or call 703-777-0200, and at the Department of Management and Financial Services, County Government Center, 4th Floor, 1 Harrison Street, S.E., Leesburg, Virginia between 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, or call (703) 771-5925.
COMMUTER BUS PROPOSED FARE CHANGES
Pursuant to a motion passed by the Board of Supervisors at its April 16, 2014, Business Meeting, the Board of Supervisors hereby gives notice of a public input session to be held at the Board of Supervisors May 14, 2014, Public Hearing in regard to proposed increases to certain fare levels for the Loudoun County Commuter Bus Program, specifically the long haul commuter bus and the Metro Connection bus service to the Phase I Metrorail stations of the Silver Line. At the direction of the Board of Supervisors, staff retained a consultant that analyzed the fare levels of the Loudoun County Commuter Bus Program and developed a commuter bus fare structure that would incentivize Silver Line connecting fares and incrementally increase long haul fares to achieve a self-sustaining fare level by the estimate opening of Phase II of the Silver Line in 2019.
Information in regard to the proposed increases to certain fare levels for the Loudoun County Commuter Bus Program is available at the Loudoun County Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure, County Government Center, 1 Harrison Street, S.E., 4th Floor, Leesburg, Virginia, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday or call 703-737-8624, or electronically at www.loudoun.gov/bus. Public comment may also be provided via email to transitcomments@loudoun.gov .
ZRTD 2013-0008
ALLIED PLAZA II LOT 3
(Zoning Conversion in the Route 28 Tax District)
Hossain Esmaeili, LLC, of Fairfax Station Virginia, has submitted an application to rezone approximately 2.54 acres from the C-1 (Commercial) zoning district under the 1972 Zoning Ordinance to the PD-CC(CC) (Planned Development-Commercial Center (Community Center)) zoning district under the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance in order to permit the development of all principal and accessory uses permitted in the PD-CC(CC) zoning district at a maximum Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of 0.4. The property is located within the Route 28 Taxing District and within the AI (Airport Impact) Overlay District, outside of but within the one (1) mile Ldn 60 aircraft noise contour. The subject property is approximately 2.54 acres in size and is located north of West Church Road (Route 625) and Ruritan Circle (Route 859), and east of Atlantic Boulevard (Route 1902) and Ruritan Road (Route 610), at 45496 Ruritan Circle, Sterling, Virginia, in the Sterling Election District. The property is more particularly described as Tax Map Number /80////////67/ (PIN# 032-45-4989). The area is governed by the policies of the Revised General Plan (Suburban Policy Area (Sterling Community) and Route 28 Corridor Plan) which designate this area for Route 28 Business uses and which recommend a FAR of 0.4 to 1.0.
ZCPA 2014-0001
COURTLAND FARM PROFFER AMENDMENT
(Zoning Concept Plan Amendment)
The Board of Supervisors, pursuant to a motion passed at its March 14, 2011, business meeting, has initiated, and Courtland Farm-Loudoun LLC, of Fairfax, Virginia, has submitted, an application, to amend the concept plan and proffers approved with ZMAP 1994-0008, Courtland Farm, in order to: 1) amend Proffer 25 to permit a cash contribution in lieu of dedicating a minimum 10,000 square foot single family lot to be used as residential housing for mentally and/or physically handicapped citizens; 2) amend Proffer 26 to redirect the funds previously or hereafter received pursuant to a proffered cash contribution for the construction of a therapeutic foster boarding home towards housing for mentally or physically handicapped citizens; and 3) amend Proffer 27 to redirect additional funds previously or hereafter received pursuant to a proffered cash contribution for construction of a therapeutic foster boarding home towards housing for mentally or physically handicapped citizens, with no resulting change in density, in the PD-RV (Planned Development-Rural Village) zoning district. This application is subject to the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance. The Courtland Farm development is approximately 874 acres in size and is located at the southern terminus of Gleedsville Road (Route 650), and on the south side of The Woods Road (Route 771) and Oatlands Mill Road (Route 650), in the Catoctin Election District. The lot originally proposed to be dedicated pursuant to the said Proffer 25, and designated as the ”Civic Lot" to be conveyed to the County pursuant to Proffer 25 on the record plat for Courtland Rural Village Section 1 recorded among the land records of Loudoun County as Instrument Number 20051212-0139314, is approximately 10,500 square feet in size and is located on the north side of Spotted Owl Drive and east of Courtland Village Drive. The lot is more particularly described as Tax Map Number /76/A/1//CVIC/ (PIN# 317-39-8716) and has not been assigned an address. The area is governed by the policies of the Revised General Plan (Rural-20 Policy Area) which designate this area for agricultural, rural economic, and limited residential development at densities up to 1 dwelling unit per 20 acres and 1 dwelling unit per 3 acres in approved rural village developments.
ZOAM 2013-0008
NOTICE OF PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLES 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, AND 8
OF THE REVISED 1993 ZONING ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH NEW AND REVISE
CERTAIN EXISTING REGULATIONS AND DEFINITIONS
IN REGARD TO BED AND BREAKFAST HOMESTAY, BED AND BREAKFAST INN,
COUNTRY INN, AND BANQUET FACILITY USES, AND SPECIAL EVENTS,
TO ADD OR RECLASSIFY SUCH USES IN CERTAIN ZONING DISTRICTS, AND TO
REVISE PARKING, BUFFERING, ACCESS, AND SITE PLAN REQUIREMENTS IN REGARD TO SUCH USES
(Zoning Ordinance Amendment)
Pursuant to Sections 15.2-2204, 15.2-2285, and 15.22-2286 of the Code of Virginia, and a Resolution of Intent to Amend adopted by the Board of Supervisors on October 16, 2013, the Board of Supervisors hereby gives notice of proposed text amendments to theRevised 1993Loudoun County Zoning Ordinance (”Zoning Ordinance"), in order to establish ”Bed and Breakfast Homestay" as a new use establish a new definition, new Additional Regulations, parking requirements, and Sketch Plan requirements for this use, and add this use as a Permitted, Minor Special Exception, or Special Exception use in certain zoning districts; to revise the name of the existing use ”Bed and Breakfast" to ”Bed and Breakfast Inn", add and/or reclassify this use as a Permitted, Minor Special Exception, or Special Exception use in certain zoning districts, and revise the existing definition, Additional Regulations, parking requirements, and Sketch Plan requirements for this use; to revise the existing use ”Country Inn" to ”Country Inn, with Restaurant" and ”Country Inn" (no Restaurant), add and/or reclassify this use as a Permitted, Minor Special Exception, or Special Exception use in certain zoning districts, and revise the existing definition, Additional Regulations, and parking requirements for this use; to revise the name of the existing use ”Banquet Facility" and ”Banquet Facility/Event Facility" to ”Banquet/Event Facility", and add and/or reclassify this use as a Permitted, Minor Special Exception, or Special Exception use in certain zoning districts, and revise the existing definition, Additional Regulations, and parking requirements for this use; to revise Temporary Uses and Zoning Permit requirements to permit special events in the JLMA zoning districts and to increase the number of temporary events permitted annually; and to revise existing Additional Regulations in regard to Landscaping Standards for Specific Uses and Road Access Standards for Specific Uses. The language for this Zoning Ordinance amendment will propose revisions to Section 2-100 et seq., Agricultural Rural (AR-1), Section 2-200 et seq., Agricultural Rural (AR-2), Section 2-300 et seq., Agricultural (A-10), Section 2-400 et seq., Agricultural Residential (A-3), Section 2-500 et seq., Countryside Residential-1 (CR-1), Section 2-600 et seq., Countryside Residential-2 (CR-2), Section 2-700 et seq., Countryside Residential-3 (CR-3), Section 2-800 et seq., Countryside Residential-4 (CR-4), Section 2-900 et seq., Rural Commercial (RC), Section 2-1000 et seq., Joint Land Management Area-1 (JLMA-1), Section 2-1100 et seq., Joint Land Management Area-2 (JLMA-2), Section 2-1200 et seq., Joint Land Management Area-3 (JLMA-3), Section 2-1300 et seq., Joint Land Management Area-20 (JLMA-20), Section 2-1400 et seq., Transitional Residential-10 (TR-10), Section 2-1500 et seq., Transitional Residential-3 (TR-3), Section 2-1600 et seq., Transitional Residential-2 (TR-2), Section 2-1700 et seq., Transitional Residential-1 (TR-1), Section 3-100 et seq., Single Family Residential (R-1), Section 3-200 et seq., Single Family Residential (R-2), Section 4-900 et seq., Planned Development-Countryside Village (PD-CV), Section 4-1200 et seq., Planned Development-Rural Village (PD-RV), Section 4-1350 et seq., Planned Development-Mixed Use Business (PD-MUB), Section 5-500 et seq., Temporary Uses/Zoning Permits, Section 5-600 et seq., Additional Regulations for Specific Uses, Section 5-1100 et seq., Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements, Section 6-700 et seq., Site Plan Review, Article 8, Definitions, and such other Articles, Sections, Subsections, and provisions of the Zoning Ordinance as necessary to fully implement and maintain consistency with the foregoing amendments and to correct typographical errors and update references. The proposed amendments include, without limitation, the following:
Description of Proposed Amendments regarding the use ”Bed and Breakfast Homestay":
* Establish ”Bed and Breakfast Homestay" as a new use that will permit a maximum 4 guest rooms, will permit unlimited daily private parties for up to 20 attendees, and will permit private parties for more than 20 attendees up to 10 times per calendar year with approval of a Zoning Permit, as well as any other necessary County approvals, for each private party.
* Add ”Bed and Breakfast Homestay" as a new Permitted, Minor Special Exception, or Special Exception use, subject to Additional Regulations, in the AR-1, AR-2, A-10, A-3, CR-1, CR-2, RC, JLMA-1, JLMA-2, JLMA-3, JLMA-20, TR-10, TR-3, TR-2, TR-1, R-1, R-2, PD-CV, and PD-RV zoning districts.
Description of Proposed Amendments regarding the use ”Bed and Breakfast" (now ”Bed and Breakfast Inn"):
* Revise the name of the existing use ”Bed and Breakfast" to ”Bed and Breakfast Inn", and revise the requirements for this use to permit a maximum 10 guest rooms, to permit unlimited daily private parties for up to 50 attendees, and to permit private parties of more than 50 attendees up to 20 times per calendar year with approval of a Zoning Permit as well as any other necessary County approvals.
* Add ”Bed and Breakfast Inn" as a new Permitted, Minor Special Exception, or Special Exception use, subject to Additional Regulations, in the JLMA-20 and RC zoning districts.
* Reclassify ”Bed and Breakfast Inn" from an existing Special Exception use to a Permitted or Minor Special Exception use, subject to Additional Regulations, in the A-10, A-3, CR-1, CR-2, CR-3, JLMA-3, JLMA-2, JLMA-1, R-1, R-2, TR-10, TR-1, TR-2, TR-3, and PD-CV zoning districts.
* Reclassify ”Bed and Breakfast Inn" from an existing Permitted use to a Minor Special Exception or Special Exception use, subject to Additional Regulations, in the AR-1, AR-2, PD-CV, and PD-RV zoning districts.
Description of Proposed Amendments regarding the use ”Country Inn" (now ”Country Inn, with Restaurant" and ”Country Inn" (no Restaurant):
* Revise the existing use ”Country Inn" to ”Country Inn, with Restaurant" and ”Country Inn"(no Restaurant) and revise the requirements for these uses to permit a maximum 40 guest rooms, to permit unlimited daily private parties for up to 100 attendees, and to permit private parties of more than 100 attendees up to 20 times per calendar year with approval of a Zoning Permit as well as any other necessary County approvals.
* Clarify that ”Country Inn" (no Restaurant) is a Permitted use, and that ”Country Inn, with Restaurant" is a Permitted or Minor Special Exception use, in the AR-1, AR-2, and PD-RV zoning districts.
* Add ”Country Inn, with Restaurant" and ”Country Inn" (no Restaurant) as new Permitted, Minor Special Exception, or Special Exception uses, subject to Additional Regulations, in the RC and JLMA-20 zoning districts.
* Reclassify ”Country Inn" (no Restaurant) from an existing Special Exception use to a Permitted or Minor Special Exception use, subject to Additional Regulations, and add ”Country Inn, with Restaurant" as a new Minor Special Exception or Special Exception use, subject to Additional Regulations, in the A-10, A-3, CR-1, CR-2, CR-3, CR-4, JLMA-3, TR-10, and TR-3 zoning districts.
Description of Proposed Amendments regarding the use ”Banquet Facility":
* Revise the name of the existing use ”Banquet Facility" (listed in the AR-1 and AR-2 zoning districts) and ”Banquet Facility/Event Facility" (listed in the PD-MUB zoning district) to ”Banquet/Event Facility", and revise the requirements for this use to increase the maximum number of attendees to 200 attendees plus 2 persons per acre over 20 acres.
* Reclassify ”Banquet/Event Facility" from an existing Minor Special Exception use to a Permitted or Special Exception use, subject to Additional Regulations, in the AR-1 and AR-2 zoning districts.
* Reclassify ”Banquet/Event Facility" from an existing Permitted use to a Permitted, Minor Special Exception, or Special Exception use, subject to Additional Regulations, in the PD-MUB zoning district.
* Add ”Banquet/Event Facility" as a new Permitted, Minor Special Exception or Special Exception use, subject to Additional Regulations, in the A-10, A-3, CR-1, CR-2, CR-3, CR-4, RC, R-1, JLMA-3, JLMA-20, TR-10, TR-3, and PD-RV zoning districts.
Description of Proposed Amendments to Section 5-500 et seq., Temporary Uses/Zoning Permits:
* Amend Section 5-500(C), Special Events, to add the JLMA zoning districts as Permitted Locations for Special Events and to increase the number of Special Events permitted annually.
Description of Proposed Amendments to Section 5-600 et seq., Additional Regulations for Specific Uses:
* Amend Section 5-601, Additional Regulations for Specific Uses, Bed and Breakfast and Rural Guest Establishments (now ”Bed and Breakfast Homestay, Bed and Breakfast Inn, Country Inn, and Rural Retreats and Rural Resorts"), to:
» Establish new Additional Regulations for the new use ”Bed and Breakfast Homestay", to include without limitation, requirements in regard to Intensity/Character (Management, Guest Rooms, Lot Size, Food Service, Private Parties, and Hours of Operation), Landscaping/Buffering/Screenin g, Parking, Exterior Lighting, Noise, and Roads/Access;
» Revise the Additional Regulations for ”Bed and Breakfast Inn", ”Country Inn, with Restaurant", ”Country Inn"(no Restaurant), and ”Rural Retreats and Resorts", to include without limitation, requirements in regard to Intensity/Character (Management, Guest Rooms, Minimum Lot Area, Size of Use, Food Service, Private Parties, Hours of Operation, Yard Standards, and Accessory Uses), Landscaping/Buffering/S creening, Parking, Exterior Lighting, Noise, and Roads/Access; and
» Revise the Additional Regulations for ”Country Inn, with Restaurant" and ”Country Inn" (no Restaurant) to specify whether such use shall be permitted by Minor Special Exception or Special Exception in certain zoning districts.
* Amend Section 5-642, Additional Regulations for Specific Uses, Banquet/Event Facility, to include without limitation, establishing new requirements in regard to Floor Area, and revising requirements in regard to Intensity/Character (Hours of Operation, Minimum Lot Area, Size of Use, Location on Site/Dimensional Standards, and Number of Attendees), Landscaping/Buffering/Screenin g, Roads/Access Standards, Parking, Exterior Lighting, and Noise.
* Amend Section 5-654, Additional Regulations for Specific Uses, Road Access Standards for Specific Uses, to include without limitation, revising requirements in regard to Average Generated Daily Vehicle Trips (VTD) to be based on Vehicles Per Day (VPD), Onsite Private Road Construction Standards, and Public Road Access.
Description of Proposed Amendments to Section 5-1100 et seq., Off Street Parking and Loading Requirements:
* Amend Table 5-1102 of Section 5-1102, Number of Parking and Loading Spaces Required, Parking Spaces Required, to:
» Establish new parking requirements for private parties associated with the uses ”Bed and Breakfast Homestay", ”Bed and Breakfast Inn", ”Country Inn, with Restaurant" and ”Country Inn" (no Restaurant);
» Revise and/or clarify existing parking and loading requirements for ”Country Inn, with Restaurant" and ”Country Inn" (no Restaurant); and
» Establish new parking and loading requirements for the use ”Banquet/Event Facility".
Description of Proposed Amendments to Section 6-700 et seq., Site Plan Review:
* Amend Section 6-703, Sketch Plan, to permit a ”Bed and Breakfast Homestay" use and ”Bed and Breakfast Inn" use to be established with a sketch plan, in lieu of a site plan, under certain circumstances.
Description of Proposed Amendments to Article 8, DEFINITIONS:
* Amend Article 8, Definitions, to establish a new definition for ”Bed and Breakfast Homestay", and to revise certain existing definitions, to include without limitation, ”Bed and Breakfast Inn", ”Country Inn, with Restaurant", ”Country Inn" (no Restaurant), ”Banquet/Event Facility", ”Private Parties", and ”Special Event" as necessary to implement the foregoing amendments.
The public purposes of these amendments are to achieve the purposes of zoning as set forth in Sections 15.2-2200 and 15.2-2283 of the Code of Virginia, including, without limitation, furtherance of the public necessity, convenience, general welfare and good zoning practice, and facilitating the creation of a convenient, attractive and harmonious community.
Unless otherwise noted in the above notices, full and complete copies of the above-referenced amendments, applications, ordinances, and/or plans, and related documents may be examined in the Loudoun County Department of Building and Development, County Government Center, 2nd Floor, 1 Harrison Street, S.E., Leesburg, Virginia, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday or call 703-777-0220 or electronically at www.loudoun.gov/lola. This link also provides an additional opportunity for public input on active applications.
All members of the public will be heard as to their views pertinent to these matters. Citizens are encouraged to call in advance to sign up to speak at the public hearing. For this public hearing, advanced sign-up will be taken after 8:30 a.m. on May 5, 2014 and no later than 12:00 p.m. on May 14, 2014. If you wish to sign-up in advance, call the Office of the County Administrator at (703) 777-0200. Citizens will also have the option to sign-up at the public hearing.
Hearing assistance is available for meetings in the Board of Supervisors Meeting Room. If you require any type of reasonable accommodation as a result of a physical, sensory or mental disability to participate in this meeting, please contact the Office of the County Administrator at 703-777-0200. Three days notice is requested. FM Assistive Listening System is available at the meetings.
BY ORDER OF:
SCOTT YORK, CHAIRMAN
LOUDOUN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
04/23/14, 04/30/144049930"
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Public Hearing Announcement
Rappahannock Rapidan
Community Services(RRCS)
serves Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange and Rappahannock Counties.
A Called Board Meeting will be held on April 22, 2014 at 12:30 a.m. for the purposes of voting on the employee health insurance program for Fiscal 2014.
RRCS is an equal access and opportunity organization. Individuals with disabilities who require specialassistance to attend and participate in this meeting should contact Kimberley Martin at 540-825-3100 ext. 3146.
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Commonwealth of Virginia
VA. CODE § 8.01-316
Case No.:JJ036128-01-00
JJ036129-01-00

Juvenile and Domestic Relations
District Court

Commonwealth of Virginia, in re

Juan Enrique Corleone and
Julio Cesar Corleone

Loudoun County Department
of Family Services

v.

Evita Corleone
aka/Kristen Courtney Forbes, Mother; and
Johan Carlo Gaytan Murillo,
Putative Father


The object of this suit is to:

Hold an adjudicatoryhearing pursuant to Virginia Code § 16.1-252 for Juan Enrique Corleone and Julio Cesar Corleone.

It is ORDERED that the defendant Evita Corleone aka/Kristen Courtney Forbes, Mother; and Johan Carlo Gaytan Murillo, Putative Father appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before April 28, 2014 at 2:00 P.M.
04/02/14, 04/09/14, 04/16/14, 04/23/14 4061010
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NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE
TRUSTEES SALE
9550 James Madison Highway,
Fauquier County, Virginia
Parcel ID #6981-16-6568
Pursuant to the terms of a Credit Line Deed of Trust and Security Agreement dated July 1, 2008, recorded July 3, 2008, in the Clerks Office of the Circuit Court of Fauquier County, Virginia in Deed Book 1298, page 2056 (as amended, modified and supplemented, the ”Deed of Trust), the personal property described in the Deed of Trust (the ”Personal Property") and the real property described in the Deed of Trust located in Fauquier County, Virginia and the improvements thereon (the ”Real Property" and together with the Personal Property, the ”Property"), as set forth below and as more specifically described in the Deed of Trust, to which reference is hereby made, will be offered for sale at public auction:
The parcel of land designated as Lot2, containing 1.6289 acres, more orless, as shown on plat of survey byEric K. Niskanen, L.S., titled ”PlatShowing Public Use & Easement Dedication on the Properties of Sheaf fer Construction Company, Inc.", datedMarch 8, 2006, revised May 8, 2006, recorded with the Deed of Dedication,Easement, Conveyance and Vacationin the Clerks Office of the CircuitCourt of Fauquier County, Virginia inDeed Book 1215, page 2445.
The sale will take place at 12:00 noon on May 1, 2014 at 9550 James Madison Highway, Fauquier County, Virginia.
Terms:The purchase price in the form of immediately available funds will be due and payable on the closing date. A deposit in the form of immediately available funds in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the purchase price shall be required of the successful bidder at the time of sale. The Substitute Trustee reserves the right to waive or modify the requirement with respect to the bidders deposit. The successful bidder will be required to close within thirty (30) days of the date of sale. Time will be of the essence as to the closing date and the payment of the purchase price. All loss or damage to the Property from the time of sale and before settlement shall be at the risk of the successful bidder.
The Property will be sold ”AS IS" and the Real Property will be conveyed by Special Warranty Deed, subject to all liens, including recorded and unrecorded mechanics liens, rights, reservations, leases, covenants, conditions, easements and restrictions superior to the Deed of Trust, as they may lawfully affect the real estate. Any Personal Property will be transferred by Bill of Sale, without warranty. Neither the Substitute Trustee nor the holder of the Note secured by the Deed of Trust will deliver physical possession of the Property to the successful bidder.
The purchaser at the sale will be required to pay all closing costs, including the Grantors recording tax.Real estate taxes will be prorated as of the foreclosure sale date.
Additional terms may be announced at the sale.
William K. Lewis
Substitute Trustee
For information contact:
Jeremy S. Williams, Esquire
Kutak Rock LLP
1111 East Main Street, Suite 800
Richmond, VA23219
Telephone: (804) 644-1700
Fax: (804) 783-6192 "
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
KINDLY TAKE NOTICE, that the Town Council and the Planning Commission of the Town of Haymarket will hold a joint public hearing on Monday, May 5, 2014 beginning at 7:00 pm at the Town Hall, 15000 Washington Street, #100, Haymarket, Virginia 20169 regarding a special use permit application, #SUP20140404. The application is for an in-home business to be located at 15008 Gossom Manor Place, Haymarket, VA 20169.

The hearing is being held in a public facility believed to be accessible to persons with disabilities. Any person with questions on the accessibility to the facility should contact the Town Clerk at the above address or by telephone at (703) 753-2600.

TOWN COUNCIL & PLANNING COMMISSION,
TOWN OF HAYMARKET, VIRGINIA
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NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
The annual meeting of the lotholders of Union Cemetery, Inc. will be held Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 9am at the Loudoun County Courthouse. Proxies may be obtained by contacting Debbie Castelhano at 540-718-3036. Proxies must be received back by 5pm May 1, 2014.

04/23/14 4070790
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NOTICE
FAUQUIER COUNTY BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS
May 1, 2014
The Fauquier County Board of Zoning Appeals will hold a Work Session at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 1, 2014 in the Warren Green Building, Second Floor Conference Room, 10 Hotel Street, Warrenton, Virginia to review the agenda.
The following will be on the agenda for the Fauquier County Board of Zoning Appeals meeting to be held on Thursday, May 1, 2014 beginning at 2:00 p.m. in the Warren Green Meeting Room, 10 Hotel Street, Warrenton, Virginia:
ZONING APPEAL #ZNAP14-SC-002, TRAVIS W. & TRACY L. KEY (OWNERS/APPLICANTS) - KEY PROPERTY
Applicants are appealing a Zoning Administrators determination that they are operating a junk yard and a contractors storage yard without the necessary approvals and that they are storing material and equipment within the floodplain without the necessary approvals. The property is described as PIN 6979-48-7937-000 and is located at 7505 John Marshall Highway, Scott District, Marshall, Virginia. (Chuck Floyd, Staff) Note: This is a public meeting, not a public hearing.
SPECIAL PERMIT #SPPT14-MA-023, JOHN C. & KATHERINE S. WRIGHT (OWNERS)/JOHN C. WRIGHT (APPLICANT) - EARTH AND TURF, LLC
Applicant is requesting renewal of an approved Special Permit to allow the continued operation of a small contracting business as a major home occupation, PIN 6953-66-4097-000, located at 9327 Lee Highway, Marshall District, Warrenton, Virginia. (Adam Shellenberger, Staff)
Copies of the Zoning Appeals and Variance applications may be examined in the Department of Community Developments Zoning Office at 29 Ashby Street, Suite 310, Warrenton, Virginia between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
To review files on all other items, please visit the Department of Community Developments Planning Office at 10 Hotel Street, Suite 305, Warrenton, Virginia between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Fauquier County does not discriminate on the basis of handicapped status in admission or access to its programs and activities. Accommodations will be made for handicapped persons upon prior request. Citizens requiring reasonable accommodation for disabilities should contact Fran Williams, Administrative Manager, at (540) 422-8210.
Holly Meade, Assistant Chief of Planning
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City of
Manassas Park
School Board
Appointments
The Manassas Park Governing Body has one terms onSchool Board expiring June 30, 2014. The Governing Bodywill hold interviews for persons interested in being appointedto School Board and will accept resumes until 4PM on Wed,May 7, 2014.

Please send resumes to
Lana A. Conner, City Clerk,
One Park Center Court,
Manassas Park, VA or by
e-mail: l.conner@manass asparkva.gov
Call 703-335-8808 for information.

Run dates: April 23 and 30, 2014
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AUCTION SALE
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, the personal property contents of the following rental units will be offered for sale by public auction under Virginia Code #55-416SEQ (subject to lessee redemption), to satisfy Manassas Park Self Storages lien at Manassas Park Self Storage, 8499 Euclid Ave., Manassas Park, VA 20111. TERMS: CASH. We reserve the right to reject all bids. The date and time of sale is:
FRIDAY, MAY 2, 2014 AT 10:00 A.M.
8499 EUCLID AVE., MANASSAS PARK, VA 20111
NAME UNIT #
Lisa Washington 324 Household and Miscellaneous
Brian Smith 437 Household and Miscellaneous
Ernest Davis446 Household and Miscellaneous
Ronald Sheetz 467Household and Miscellaneous
Keri Bandy 539 Household and Miscellaneous
Miguel Alas637Household and Miscellaneous
OWNER RESERVES RIGHT TO BID
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