The Prince William Board of County Supervisors will vote Tuesday on a revised Social Services budget, which would increase expenditures by $782,337.
The county sets its budget before the state. Now that the Virginia Department of Social Services has set its funding levels, the county budget's budget for social services has to be adjusted. The revenue increase amounts to $875,141. Since the county proposes to set aside a one-time increase for social services, in addition to the $782,337, it will ultimately save $60,627 as a result of the changes.
Click on the .PDF file to the right for additional details.
Topics of public hearings at the Tuesday BOCS meeting include:
- Dedication of a right-of-way and conveyance of easements at 13609 Telegraph Rd., Woodbridge, in connection with the Telegraph Road Commuter Lot Project.
- Prohibition of parking on Commission Court near State Route 1090 in Occoquan.
- Conveyance of a permanent, 15-foot wide sanitary sewer easement across property near the Prince William Parkway in Manassas. The property is located at 7741 General McClellan Rd. and is owned by the BOCS.
The BOCS will also consider various budget amendments. They include:
- Ratification of a $385,000 Department of Homeland Security grant for the Fire and Rescue Department
- $16,488 budget appropriation for the Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad, and River Oaks Fire and Rescue Station 23 to replace the security system's digital video cameras.
- $108,705 budget appropriation from the Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad to replace the generator at Fire Station 3R.
- Authorization of a nearly $5 million agreement between Prince William County and the Service Authority for work on a water and sewer line in connection with improvements on Route 1.
The attached .PDF file has more information about the items the BOCS will consider at Tuesday's meeting.