C I T Y O F C H E S A P E A K E CITY COUNCIL MEETING November 18, :30 P.M. City Hall Council Chamber 306 Cedar Road

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1 C I T Y O F C H E S A P E A K E CITY COUNCIL MEETING November 18, :30 P.M. City Hall Council Chamber 306 Cedar Road ** ALL PRESENTATION MATERIALS MUST BE REVIEWED BY THE CITY CLERK PRIOR TO 6:30 P.M.** NOTE: COPIES OF BACKUP MATERIALS FOR ALL AGENDA ITEMS, INCLUDING THE APPLICATION AND SUPPORTING MATERIALS FOR THE PLANNING PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS MAY BE VIEWED IN THE CITY CLERK S OFFICE OR THE PLANNING DEPARTMENT AT ANY TIME DURING NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS OF 8:00 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M., MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. REMINDER: The work session will begin at 4:00 p.m. in the 4 th floor Human Resources Training Room. The topics of discussion will be: 1. Economic Development Strategy (continued) 2. West Road Connector 3. Rain Water Harvesting 1. Council Member Reports The City Council Work Sessions and Meetings can be viewed live on WCTV-48 and heard on WFOS-FM Meetings are retelecast on WCTV-48 at the following times: Tuesday - Work Session at 11:30 p.m. and Meeting at 12:30 a.m.; Wednesday - Work Session at 1:00 p.m. and Meeting at 2:00 p.m. and Saturday - Work Session at 8:00 p.m. and Meeting at 9:00 p.m. PLEASE NOTE: Speaker Cards will not be accepted for the Council Meeting after 6:30p.m. Citizens who wish to speak may register on the date of the meeting in the City Council Chamber before 6:30 p.m. Citizens may also pre-register by calling the City Clerk s Office at , Monday through Friday, (8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.) prior to, and including the date of the Council meeting. ALL INTERESTED PARTIES ARE INVITED TO ATTEND AND BE HEARD AT THE PUBLIC HEARING. Council meetings are telecast live on WCTV-48 and heard on WFOS- FM The City of Chesapeake will attempt to make reasonable accommodations and services necessary for sensory impaired and disabled citizens. Citizens who wish to receive such accommodations must contact Mr. William M. Broome, Director of General Services ( ), within three working days prior to the meeting. NO FOOD OR DRINKS PERMITTED IN THE CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER PLEASE TURN OFF CELL PHONES WHILE IN THE CHAMBER

2 C I T Y OF C H E S A P E A K E CITY COUNCIL MEETING November 18, :30 P.M. City Hall Council Chamber 306 Cedar Road 1. INVOCATION 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG 3. ROLL CALL BY CITY CLERK 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 5. PUBLIC HEARING APPLICANTS, AGENTS, AND CITIZENS COMMENTS ON PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS COUNCIL S CONSIDERATION OF PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS: A. R(C) PROJECT: Atlantic Vista Development, LLC PROPOSAL: A conditional zoning reclassification of a acre portion of a 44 acres site from M- 2, General Industrial District, to R-8, Single Family Residential District. PROPOSED COMP LAND USE & DENSITY: Medium Density Residential, 5.4 units per acre. EXISTING COMP LAND USE & DENSITY: Medium Density Residential, 5 to 16 dwelling units per acre. LOCATION: Property located feet westward from Steel Street. TAX MAP SECTION/PARCEL: A portion of BOROUGH: Deep Creek (Continued from the September 16, 2008 and October 21, 2008 City Council Meetings) The Planning Commission recommends approval with the following proffers: 1. The applicant/owner agrees that no more than 18 residential single-family dwellings will be constructed on the property subject to this rezoning and that each dwelling will be marketed and sold ( affordable housing unit ) as affordable housing in accordance with the following: a. Affordable housing units shall be marketed and sold to the first purchaser for occupancy who is not a builder for a base purchase price no higher than an amount, excluding interest and taxes, amortized over thirty (30) years equal to fifteen (15) percent of the gross annual income of a household with an income at one hundred twenty (120) percent of the City of Chesapeake median income. As 2

3 an example, assuming the City of Chesapeake median income is $57,000 then the maximum base purchase price for the affordable housing units under this section would be $57,000 x 120% = $68,400 x 15% = $10,260/12 months=$885 x 360 months = $307,880. b. All affordable housing units required under this proffer shall be designated as such by reference to address and tax parcel identification number ( affordable housing lots ) and provided to the Chesapeake Office of Housing. 2. The applicant owner agrees to make a cash contribution to the City of Chesapeake for capital improvements to Public Works, including but not limited to land acquisition, design, and construction of Public projects. The amount of the voluntary cash contribution shall be $2,407 per single family detached residential dwelling unit or residential lot, whichever is greater. The applicant/ owner agrees to make the contribution prior to the final subdivision plat approval for all residential dwelling units or residential lots, whichever is greater, as shown on the site plan dated April, The applicant/owner agrees to make a cash contribution to the City of Chesapeake for the expansion of classroom space in impacted public schools, including but not limited to land acquisition for the expansion of public school facilities and construction of new schools and additions. The amount of the voluntary cash contribution shall be $1,000 per single-family residential unit or residential lots, whichever is greater. The applicant/owner agrees to make the proffered cash contribution prior to final subdivision plat approval for all residential dwelling units or residential lots, whichever is greater, shown on the site plan dated April, The applicant/owner acknowledges and agrees that the cash contribution may be deposited into the City of Chesapeake s lock box, also known as the General Fund Reserve for School Capital Construction Costs and shall be subject to City Council approval prior to appropriation. In the event the cash proffer is not expended for land acquisition or classroom expansion within time constraints imposed by state law, the applicant/owner agrees that the cash proffer may be used for capital improvement projects for major repair, maintenance and renovation of public schools in the same school planning area as the rezoned property. 4. The applicant/owner agrees to make a cash contribution to the City of Chesapeake for capital improvements to public libraries, including but not limited to, land acquisition; design, construction, expansion, renovation, and repair of buildings and appurtenances; and acquisition of capital assets necessary to the operation of public libraries. The amount of the voluntary cash contribution shall be $ per single-family detached residential dwelling unit or residential lot, whichever is greater. The applicant/owner agrees to make the proffered cash contribution prior to the final subdivision plat approval for all residential dwelling units or residential lots, whichever is greater, as shown on the site plan dated April,

4 5. The applicant/owner agrees to make a cash contribution to the City of Chesapeake for capital improvements to public emergency service facilities, including but not limited to, land acquisition; design, construction, expansion, renovation, and repair of buildings and appurtenances; and acquisition of capital assets necessary to the provision of emergency fire and medical services to the citizens of Chesapeake. The amount of the voluntary cash contribution shall be $ per single family detached residential dwelling unit or residential lot, whichever is greater. The applicant/owner agrees to make the proffered cash contribution prior to the final subdivision plat approval for all residential dwelling units or residential lots, whichever is greater, as shown on the site plan dated April, The applicant has submitted the following revised proffers: 3. The applicant/owner agrees to make a cash contribution to the City of Chesapeake for the expansion of classroom space in impacted public schools, including but not limited to land acquisition for the expansion of public school facilities and construction of new schools and additions. The amount of the voluntary cash contribution shall be $6,000 per single-family residential unit or residential lots, whichever is greater. The applicant/owner agrees to make the proffered cash contribution prior to final subdivision plat approval for all residential dwelling units or residential lots, whichever is greater, shown on the site plan dated April, The applicant/owner acknowledges and agrees that the cash contribution may be deposited into the City of Chesapeake s lock box, also known as the General Fund Reserve for School Capital Construction Costs and shall be subject to City Council approval prior to appropriation. In the event the cash proffer is not expended for land acquisition or classroom expansion within time constraints imposed by state law, the applicant/owner agrees that the cash proffer may be used for capital improvement projects for major repair, maintenance and renovation of public schools in the same school planning area as the rezoned property. 6. The applicant/owner agrees to record a conservation easement in a form approved by the City Attorney to preserve open space and vegetation on that acres depicted on the rezoning exhibit dated September 12, 2008 before approval of any final subdivision plan. 4

5 B. R(C) PROJECT: Southern Pines APPLICANT: Legends Landing LLC AGENCY: Hassell & Folkes, PC PROPOSAL: A conditional zoning reclassification of approximately acres from O&I, Office and Institutional District (12.7 acres); B-2, General Business District (16.1 acres); B-3, Business District (0.5 acres) and M-1, Light Industrial District (157.1 acres) to M-1, Light Industrial District. PROPOSED COMP LAND USE & DENSITY: Light Industry EXISTING COMP LAND USE & DENSITY: General Manufacturing, Warehousing and Industry LOCATION: South side of South Military Highway and approximately 1800 feet west of Colony Manor Road. TAX MAP SECTION/PARCEL: , BOROUGH: Deep Creek The Planning Commission recommends approval with the following proffer: The applicant/owner agrees that no portion of the subject property shall access Peach Road or Biernot Avenue. Non-ingress/egress easements shall be dedicated as determined necessary by the director of Public Works. C. UP PROJECT: Southern Pines Borrow Pit APPLICANT: Vico Construction Corporation AGENCY: Hassell & Folkes, PC PROPOSAL: A conditional use permit to extend the operation of an existing borrow pit for seven (7) years and to increase the depth of excavation. The applicant also seeks re-approval of the reduction in setback from residential uses from 1000 feet to 250 feet. ZONE: B-2, General Business District; O&I, Office and Institutional District; M-1, Light Industrial District SIC CODE: LOCATION: 4076 South Military Highway TAX MAP SECTION/PARCEL: BOROUGH: Deep Creek (Continued from the September 16, 2008) The Planning Commission recommends approval with the following stipulations: 1. The applicant, including its agents and/or successors in title or interest, shall not seek federal, state, or local permitting for any type of landfill activity at any time in the future: nor shall the applicant, its agents and/or successors in title or interest, operate any type of solid waste management facility, as defined in chapter 62 of the City Code, on the property at any time in the future. 2. The hours of operation for all excavating work associated with the application shall be 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Saturday operation will be limited to 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., and no Sunday operation will be permitted. In addition, the following National holidays will also be honored with no excavation work Being performed: July 4, Labor Day, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day. 5

6 3. The existing landscape berm, including without limitation the existing vegetation thereon, shall be maintained in its entirety for the duration of this conditional use permit or acceptance of the subject property by the city, which ever is first to occur. This stipulation is not intended to require either the applicant/owner or the City of Chesapeake to remove the berm. 4. The developer agrees that all traffic associated with the transport of excavation material to and from this location shall utilize the Military Highway interchange at Interstate route 64 (no fill will be hauled onto the site). The expressed purpose of this Stipulation is to restrict all truck traffic from utilizing the old Virginia railway overpass on military highway west of this application. 5. The applicant shall install and monitor test wells adjacent to the communities of Sunray and West Colony Manor to gauge the effect of dewatering operations on adjacent properties for that time during which excavating operations are on-going. Also, copies of the monitor well test reports shall be forwarded to the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Upon the City's acquisition of the proposed raw water line easement for the Lake Gaston Water Treatment Plan project, the applicant/owner shall relocate any test wells as necessary as deemed necessary by the Director of Public Utilities or designee so that no test wells are located within the raw water easement. 6. a. The applicant agrees that the area contained within the "future conservation easement" as shown on the plan of operation shall be maintained in a natural state and shall not be disturbed during excavation or restoration activities, except for the provision of services to the excavation, or for any construction and maintenance activities conducted by the City. A future conservation easement shall only be required if requested by the City. It is not the intent of this stipulation to require the applicant/owner to record a conservation easement in the event that the City does not accept the dedication of the subject property. b. "The City Council finds that the 250 foot conservation buffer along the western property line was integral to the original approval of UP and hereby retains jurisdiction over said buffer area for the purpose of protecting adjacent property owners from adverse impact and ensuring compatibility. To this end, the applicant/owner shall preserve and maintain the 250 foot vegetated conservation buffer along the full length of the westernmost property line of the property abutting, in part, Biernot Avenue. The conservation buffer shall be maintained in its natural state in perpetuity and shall be depicted on the final site plan and end use plan, as well as memorialized with a deed of easement executed by the owner and approved by the City Attorney. The applicant/owner shall deliver the approved deed of easement to the Clerk's Office of the Chesapeake Circuit Court for recordation within thirty (30) days of the approval of UP (Rev), as revised in 2004." 6

7 7. The developer agrees that all areas actively being excavated, as well as all areas where excavation is complete, shall be surrounded with an 8-foot tall chain link fence with a 3 strand barb wire cap. The fence shall be maintained in good repair until completion of restoration activities. In the event that the City accepts dedication of the subject property, the fence shall remain and be in good repair at the time of dedication, as approved by the Department of Public Utilities. 8. There shall be no chemicals stored on site which are not necessary for the maintenance and operation of machinery. 9. The developer agrees that all vehicular access to this site will be secured whenever excavation activities are not in progress. 10. The developer shall construct a three sided cinder block enclosure with a roof to house the pump equipment associated with the dewatering operation. The open side of the enclosure will face south, away from adjacent neighborhoods, as a noise abatement measure. 11. Upon completion of all excavation and restoration activities, the applicant shall offer to dedicate to the City of Chesapeake, Virginia, all right, title and interest in the property covered by this conditional use permit. If the city accepts the offer of dedication, such dedication shall be made by deed as approved by the Department of Public Utilities. Further, the applicant shall redirect all existing onsite ditches within the limits of his property away from the lake and divert stormwater to the ultimate outfall improvements currently located at the southeast corner of his property. Such ditches shall be sized and constructed in accordance with a Public Works approved plan utilizing the "manning equation", to ensure proper slope and width. In addition, should the city accept the offer of dedication, the applicant agrees that future improvement to the remaining "Southern Pines" property (the portion covered by the original conditional use permit UP that was approved by the City Council in 1995, excluding the area covered by the subject site) shall establish a "ridge line" at the boundary of the subject site and divert all stormwater runoff away from the subject site. In the event that the City decides to decline said offer of dedication, the end use of the excavated area shall be a private lake or bmp as described in the end use plan and the diversion of stormwater described above shall not be required. To clarify the intent of this stipulation, the term "manning equation" refers to a commonly used formula in the civil engineering profession to determine head loss for an incompressible, steady flow at a constant depth in a prismatic open channel and is described in Fluid Mechanics, sixth edition by Victor L. Streeter, published by McGraw-Hill Book Company, copyright To further clarify the intent of this stipulation, the term "ridge Line" means an elevational high point to establish a drainage divide to divert stormwater flow into opposite directions. 7

8 12. The applicant shall be responsible for the maintenance of the outfall ditch from his southern boundary to the Norfolk & Southern Railroad until final restoration of the borrow pit is complete. 13. The applicant shall be responsible for obtaining all necessary State and Federal permits and approvals, including without limitation, any permits required by the US Army Corps of Engineers with respect to wetlands. 14. The applicant agrees that during the final restoration process that it shall remove on-site entrance improvements at the northeast corner of the property in accordance with the Public Works approved plan. 15. All security lighting shall be directed inward and downward. 16. The applicant shall not conduct the burning of debris on the subject property and shall mulch all vegetation with the previously approved hours of operation. Only vegetation that is contained with the boundaries of this conditional use permit shall be mulched. 17. No property lines relating to the future Colony Road alignment shall be vacated unless City Council determines that the future Colony Road is no longer needed and approves the transfer of the ownership of the property to the owner of the subject site. In the event the city determines that the property was dedicated as public right-of-way, the vacation of the future colony road shall be conducted in accordance with the street closure requirements in Chapter 66 of the City Code. Upon vacation of the right-ofway and/or transfer of ownership of the property, the property lines for future Colony Road shall be vacated by recordation of an approved resubdivision plat. 18. The seven year expiration period referenced in section of the Chesapeake City Code shall expire on the 7th anniversary date of the City Council's approval of this conditional use permit. 19. The City Council finds that the blockage of the "tulloch ditches" on the property will cause adverse impact to drainage in the area and lead to the endangerment of the public health by creating conditions that will breed mosquitoes. Accordingly, to the extent permitted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or by any other Federal or State regulatory agency asserting jurisdiction over the "tulloch ditches" excavated on the property, the applicant/owner shall, upon order, decree or direction of such agency to block the ditches, request permission to fill the ditches instead. Such request shall be diligently pursued. If permission is granted, the applicant/owner shall fill such ditches at its sole expense. No preliminary or final site plan approval for development of any portion of the property zoned M-1 shall be given by the City until the EPA, or other authorized Federal or State agency, takes final action on the "tulloch ditches", and the owner/applicant carries out any corrective or remedial order, decree, or directive issued in this matter. 8

9 D. UP PROJECT: NTELOS Monopole-Bunch Walnuts Road APPLICANT: Richmond 20 MHz LLC d/b/a NTELOS AGENCY: Bowman, Green, Hampton & Kelly, PLLC PROPOSAL: A conditional use permit to allow a 190 foot monopole communication tower on a 5,625 square foot leased area that is part of a 7.03 acre parcel. The applicant requests an alternative parking surface in accordance with Section c.1 of the zoning ordinance. ZONE: A-1, Agricultural District SIC CODE: 48 LOCATION: 3016 Bunch Walnuts Road TAX MAP SECTION/PARCEL: BOROUGH: Pleasant Grove The Planning Commission recommends approval with the alternative parking surface and with the following stipulations: 1. The applicant/owner shall provide collocation opportunities for a minimum of three other wireless providers, regardless of the collocation company s ability to provide another tower site in exchange for the right to collocate on this tower. The collocation agreement shall be completed no more than six months following the written request for collocation. 2. The applicant/owner shall require all collocators to secure administrative approval from the Planning Department prior to installing their equipment on the tower. 3. The applicant/owner shall comply with all applicable Federal Communications Commission and Federal Aviation Administration regulations. The applicant/owner will submit documentation of compliance with these regulations to the Neighborhood Services Department. 4. The applicant/owner shall install a Fire Department approved lock box for emergency access to the gated compound. The applicant/owner shall also ensure that the access drive to the tower compound remains free of obstructions to allow access for emergency vehicles at all times. 5. The applicant/owner agrees to maintain the natural vegetation within a 50 foot tree buffer easement around the compound. E. ST.C PROJECT: Battlefield Blvd. North Right-of-Way Closure APPLICANT: John C. Daves, Jr. & Mary Kay Daves AGENCY: Chesapeake Land Use Enterprise PROPOSAL: A request to close 2,200 square feet of right-of-way at the northeast corner of Battlefield Blvd. North and Kempsville Road intersection. ZONE: B-4, Business District LOCATION: Northeast corner of Battlefield Blvd. North and Kempsville Road BOROUGH: Washington The Planning Commission recommends approval with the following stipulations: 1. The petitioner shall vacate all interior property lines by an approved plat of resubdivision and the plat shall be filed for recording within 180 days of the date that City Council approves ST.C

10 2. In the event that City Council waives the purchase price for ST.C-08-05, the petitioner shall provide for the dedication of 2,269 square feet of right-of-way for Battlefield Boulevard North as depicted on the street closure exhibit dated September 3, An approved plat of right-of-way dedication shall be filed for recording within 180 days of the date that City Council approves ST.C F. TA-Z AN ORDINANCE AMENDING APPENDIX A OF THE CHESAPEAKE CITY CODE, ENTITLED ZONING, SECTIONS , 8-601, ,13-602, , , , , TO EXEMPT CERTAIN STEALTH COMMUNICATION TOWERS FROM THE REQUIREMENT FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT, TO ESTABLISH PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR CERTAIN STEALTH COMMUNICATION TOWERS, TO EXEMPT THE COLLOCATION OF COMMUNICATION TOWERS WITHIN VIRGINIA POWER TRANSMISSION EASEMENTS FROM CERTAIN SETBACK AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS, TO PROVIDE FOR THE PLACEMENT OF COMMUNICATION TOWERS ON PROPERTY OWNED BY THE CITY OF CHESAPEAKE AND TO PROVIDE FOR OTHER PROVISIONS RELATED TO THE PLACEMENT AND USE OF COMMUNICATIONS TOWERS. (This item was continued from the August 19, 2008 and October 21, 2008 City Council Meetings) The Planning Commission recommends approval with changes as listed in the updated staff report dated July 9, G. TA-Z AN ORDINANCE AMENDING APPENDIX A OF THE CHESAPEAKE CITY CODE, ENTITLED ZONING, ARTICLE 17, SECTION , TO EXTEND THE TIME FOR COMMENCEMENT OF CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS FROM TWO YEARS TO FIVE YEARS. The Planning Commission recommends approval of Version 1, dated September 11, H. TA-Z AN ORDINANCE AMENDING APPENDIX A OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED ZONING, ARTICLE 12, SECTION (C), (E) AND (G) THEREOF, TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF TIME THE SOUTH NORFOLK ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD CAN REVIEW NEW CONSTRUCTION AND ADDITION APPLICATIONS FOR CERTIFICATES OF APPROPRIATENESS FROM SEVENTY (70) DAYS TO ONE-HUNDRED (100) DAYS AND TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF TIME THE BOARD CAN REVIEW RELOCATION, DISMANTLING OR DEMOLITION OF A BUILDING, STRUCTURE OR LANDMARK APPLICATIONS FROM NINETY (90) DAYS TO ONE-HUNDRED (100) DAYS. The Planning Commission recommends approval of the version dated October 1,

11 I. TA-Z AN ORDINANCE AMENDING APPENDIX A OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED ZONING, ARTICLE 12, SECTION (K) THEREOF, TO INCREASE THE AFTER-THE-FACT FEE ON CERTIFICATES OF APPROPRIATENESS FROM ONE-HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS ($150.00) TO TWO-HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS ($250.00). The Planning Commission recommends denial of the version dated October 1, J. TA-Z AN ORDINANCE AMENDING APPENDIX A OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED ZONING, ARTICLE 12 SECTION THEREOF, TO ADOPT THE 2008 EDITION OF THE HISTORIC AND CULTURAL PRESERVATION OVERLAY DISTRICT DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR THE SOUTH NORFOLK HISTORIC DISTRICT. The Planning Commission recommends approval of the version dated October 1, Docket A. CITIZENS COMMENTS ON AGENDA ITEMS B. CONSENT AGENDA City Clerk Items (1) Refunds a. BB & T Leasing Corporation - $5, b. Mid-Atlantic Military Family Communities, LLC - $7, (2) ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF REZONING APPLICATION The following zoning reclassification request is not a public hearing item at this time. This item was heard by the Planning Commission on November 12, 2008 and recommended to City Council for a future meeting. a. R(C)-07-21(Rev 8/08) PROJECT: Greentree Commons APPLICANT: B.D.B.G., LLC AGENCY: Hassell & Folkes, PC PROPOSAL: A conditional zoning reclassification of 1.9 acres from R MF 1, Residential District to B 2, General Business District. PROPOSED COMP LAND USE & DENSITY: Business/Commercial EXISTING COMP LAND USE & DENSITY: Medium Density Mixed Use 5-16 dwelling units per acre. LOCATION: South side of Kempsville Road east of Green Tree Rd. extended TAX MAP SECTION/PARCELS: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , BOROUGH: Washington 11

12 C. REGULAR AGENDA City Attorney Items (1) RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND THE CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT FOR THE ACQUISITION OF REAL PROPERTY FROM DOMINION BLVD., L.L.C., SAID REAL PROPERTY TO BE IMPROVED WITH THE TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES KNOWN AS THE WEST ROAD CONNECTOR. (2) RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ISSUANCE BY THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF CHESTERFIELD COUNTY OF UP TO $40,000,000 OF ITS POLLUTION CONTROL REFUNDING REVENUE BONDS TO ASSIST VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY IN REFINANCING THE COSTS RELATED TO POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITIES AND/OR SEWAGE OR SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITIES AT THE CHESAPEAKE ENERGY CENTER. 7. NOMINATIONS TO BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS a. Chesapeake Redevelopment and Housing Authority 1 appointment b. Hospital Authority 4 appointments c. Planning Commission 3 appointments (Continued from October 14, 2008) 8. COMMITTEE REPORTS 9. OLD AND NEW BUSINESS 10. CLOSED SESSION (If called) 11. ADJOURNMENT 12