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81 <br /> MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF LEESBURG TOWN COUNCIL, JULY 28, 1976. <br /> A regular meeting of the Leesburg Town Council was held in the <br /> Council Chambers, 10 West Loudoun Street, Leesburg, Virginia on <br /> July 23, 1976 at 7 : 30 P.M. The meeting was called to order by the <br /> Mayor, with the invocation being offered by Mr.. Herrell, and fol- <br /> lowed with the Salute to the Flag. Present were: Mayor Mary Anne <br /> Newman, Councilmembers Charles E. Bange, Stanley D. Herrell, Jr. , <br /> James A. Rock, C. Terry Titus and John W. Tolbert, Jr. ; also Town <br /> Manager John Niccolls, Assistant to the Town Manager Jeffrey H. <br /> Minor and Town Attorney George M. Martin. Absent was Councilman <br /> Glen P. Cole. <br /> The minutes of a special meeting of July 13, 1976 and a regular <br /> meeting of July 14, 1976 were approved as written. <br /> A Certificate of Recognition was presented by Mayor Newman to <br /> former Councilman James H. Chamblin in appreciation for his service <br /> to the Town. <br /> 76-117 - Resolution - Expressing appreciation for service to Town <br /> as Councilman by James H. Chamblin. <br /> On motion of Mr. Titus, seconded by Mr. Rock, the following <br /> resolution was proposed and unanimously adopted, as shown: <br /> WHEREAS, the term of office as a councilman for the Town - <br /> of Leesburg expired for James H. Chamblin on June 30, 1976, <br /> and <br /> WHEREAS, Mr. Chamblin is to be recognized for his nine and <br /> one-half months of devoted service as a member of the Town <br /> Council , <br /> NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the <br /> Town of Leesburg, Virginia as follows : <br /> That the members wish to express their appreciation to Mr. <br /> Chamblin and wish for him a future filled with happiness <br /> and success. <br /> Aye: Councilmembers Bange, Herrell, Rock, Titus, Tolbert <br /> and Mayor Newman. <br /> Nay: None. <br /> A public hearing was opened concerning proposed Policies for <br /> the Leesburg Wastewater Facilities Planning Process. The Notice of <br /> Public Hearing was read by the Clerk of Council. Mr. Jack Hawthorne <br /> and Mr. Bob Southworth were present, representing Johnson and Wil- <br /> liams, consulting engineers. Mr. Hawthorne emphasized the impor- <br /> tance of public participation in this project - it will be the guide- <br /> line for wastewater management in the Leesburg area for the next <br /> twenty years. There are two milestones in which the public will be <br /> involved - this one tonight which will set the initial guidelines for <br /> the study itself and one this fall which will review the various <br /> alternatives developed by Johnson and Williams. The 1972 Water <br /> Pollution Control Act split the procedures into three steps: (1) <br /> Facilities Planning; (2) Physical Design of Facilities ; (3) Con- <br /> struction of Facilities. He pointed out these steps on a block dia- <br /> gram. The plan itself is split into three basic tracks : (1) In- <br /> filtration/Inflow Analysis; (2) Environmental Inventory; (3) the <br /> technical or engineering track. These three tracks mesh and the <br /> alternatives are then developed. These alternatives will then be <br /> presented to the public for evaluation. The record will be held <br /> open for 30 days following this public hearing for additional com- <br /> ments by the public in writing. The Town will then make its se- <br /> lection of a recommended plan. This will be expanded - a prelimi- <br /> nary design will be developed and submitted to regulatory agencies. <br /> It is a complicated procedure involving work by a number of special- <br /> ists and demands thoroughness and a rational approach. <br /> Mr. John Berry, a real estate broker who is trying to sell the <br /> Saunders tract (approximate) one-third of which lies within the <br /> Town' s one-mile jurisdiction spoke in favor of sewage facilities. <br />
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