<br /> MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF LEESBURG TOWN COUNCIL •AND PUBLIC
<br /> HEARING ON AMENDMENTS TO OLD AND HISTORIC DISTRICT, ARTICLE 10A,
<br /> LEESBURG ZONING ORDINANCE, MAY 24, 1978.
<br /> A regular meeting of the Leesburg Town Council was held in the
<br /> Council Chambers , 10 West Loudoun Street, Leesburg, Virginia, on May
<br /> 24, 1978. The meeting was called to order by the Mayor at 7 : 45 P.M. ,
<br /> with the invocation being given by Mr. Herrell , and followed with the
<br /> Salute to the Flag. Present were: .Mayor Mary Anne Newman, Council-
<br /> members Glen P. Cole, Stanley D. Herrell, Jr. , James A. Rock, C. Terry
<br /> Titus and John W. Tolbert, Jr. ; also Town Manager John Niccolls, As-
<br /> sistant to the Manager Jeffrey H. Minor, Director of Engineering An-
<br /> drew G. Shope and Town Attorney George M. Martin. Absent from the
<br /> meeting was Councilmember Charles E. Bange, who joined the meeting
<br /> later, as noted in these minutes .
<br /> The minutes of a public 'hearing on April 5, 1978 and the regular
<br /> meeting on April 12, 1978 were approved as written.
<br /> Certificates of Commendation were presented by Mayor Newman to
<br /> Lt. Thomas C. Lloyd for outstanding performance in aiding in the cap-
<br /> ture of an escaped prisoner on May 17 , 1978; to Officer Raymond A.
<br /> Sullivan for the discovery of a breaking and entering on April 28,
<br /> 1978 and to Officer Michael J. McVeigh in the apprehension of an es-
<br /> caped prisoner on April 29 , 1978.
<br /> Public Hearing on Amendment to Article 10A, Old and Historic District,
<br /> et
<br /> of the Leesburg Zoning Ordinance.
<br /> The Notice of hearing was read by the Clerk of Council. Mayor
<br /> Newman explained that the most notable changes would be the incor-
<br /> poration of a Physical Design Plan for Leesburg' s Old and Historic
<br /> District, which was done by Hartzog,. Lader & Richards, and the in-
<br /> clusion of a' Desigh Manual done by Kamstra, Dickenson''& .A'ssociates.
<br /> These two studies would be of great help to the Board of Architec-
<br /> tural Review.
<br /> There was no-one to speak either for or against theamendment
<br /> and there were no comments by Council members. ' The hearing was,
<br /> therefore, closed..
<br /> Proclamation of Burglary Prevention Month.
<br /> The following Proclamation was made and read by Mayor Newman:
<br /> WHEREAS, Burglary, both in number of violations and in
<br /> resultant property loss, is the leading major 'crime
<br /> across the nation; and
<br /> WHEREAS, Burglary all too frequently results in the in-
<br /> jury to and death of the victim; and
<br /> WHEREAS, the success of burglary prevention and' detec
<br /> tion efforts is dependent to a large degree on the par-
<br /> ticipation of an aroused- and involved public:
<br /> NOW, THEREFORE, the Mayor and Council of the Town of Lees-
<br /> burg, Virginia, do hereby proclaim:
<br /> The month of. June, 1978, .is -Burglary Prevention Month And
<br /> all citizens are called upon to aid and assist their po-
<br /> lice agencies, and do all else possible, to prevent, de-
<br /> tect, and report burglary.
<br /> 78-84 - Resolution - Authorizing an agreement and approving -a per-
<br /> formance bond and sewer extension permit for
<br /> 15. East First Street.
<br /> On motion of Mr. Tolbert; seconded by Mr. Herrell , the following
<br /> resolution was proposed and unanimously adopted:
<br /> RESOLVED by the Council of the Town of Leesburg, Virginia,
<br /> as follows :