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Mr. Mark Albright

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Town of Round Hill
 
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Employment History

  • Council Member
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Town of Round Hill
www.roundhillva.org, 3 Feb 2015 [cached]
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Vice-Mayor Nash made motion that the Round Hill Town Council reconvene in public session. Second by Council member Bzdyk.
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Round Hill Town Council Minutes
www.roundhillva.org [cached]
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Council member Mark Albright arrived at 8:31 PM and made a motion to extend the mandatory water restriction until the first meeting in January.
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They are concerned about the aquifer and until there is enough water to refill the aquifer, Mr. Albright is going with the operator's suggestion to continue conservation. Mayor Etro asked Mr. Albright if there had been a decrease in the water usage to which Mr. Albright replied that there had been. He said that it was a conservative reduction not a reactionary one.
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Mr. Albright explained that the committee had spent much of their time in the month of October deciding what should be done regarding the sewage usage fees. The committee had discussed the possibilities of a special water meter, an additional tap and private wells. All of these possibilities were not reasonable for one reason or another. The Utility Committee could not come up with any reasonable solution. They also did not want to encourage any frivolous water usage, as it is taking water from unknown aquifers. The Utility Committee considers the filling of swimming pools and the usage of sprinklers, to be frivolous. The Mayor reminded the Council again that the main reason for the special committee was to look into the sewage fees that were not being used. Mr. Albright acknowledged this, but explained to Mayor Etro the committee could not come up with a recommendation.
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Round Hill Town Council Minutes
www.roundhillva.org, 20 July 2006 [cached]
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Letter to Mark A. Albright from Town Administrator re: Notice of Violation B-1 Business Proposed Amendments drafts 5/24/06, 7/11/06 & 8/16/06
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Mr. Botch stated that it is his belief that this developer should have understood that the re-grading of this property was likely to cause a problem, as Mr. Albright has served on the Council for many years and is aware of all of the storm water issues in town.
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Mr. Albright recused himself from the discussion and stated that he is the developer of this property. Mr. Albright said that as a Council Member, he tries to uphold the law to the fullest. Mr. Albright said that he had filed a zoning permit application and it came back to him signed. He stated that he has not done any other work except what was on his permit. As far as the paving, Mr. Albright said that it was his understanding that if he paved only what was currently paved, that there was not a problem. He said that he is not aware of any grading that has changed the level of the property and would be happy to fix the fence in question, which he states is on his property. Mr. Albright said that the contractor had neglected to put the shade on the lighting but that has been taken care of as well. Mr. Albright said that the town has known what was going on at this property since April and, it should not be a surprise to the town that an occupancy permit is being requested towards the end of construction. Furthermore, Mr. Albright said that the Zoning Administrator has been at the property several times, so it comes as a surprise to him that at the very last minute his request for an occupancy permit would be denied.
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The Botch's are concerned because their investment is being ruined, and meanwhile, Mr. Albright is just trying to improve a property.
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Mr. Albright thanked the Land Use Committee for their diligent work on the B-1 Ordinance Amendment.
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Mr. Albright indicated that access to easements continue to be a matter of great concern and priority for the committee.
Round Hill Town Council Minutes
www.roundhillva.org, 27 Dec 2008 [cached]
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ROUND HILL TOWN COUNCIL
www.roundhillva.org, 2 Oct 2003 [cached]
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Mr. Albright responded that efforts are underway to provide not only back-up power, but also back-up water supply for these residents. The new treatment facility will be able to send town water to Stoneleigh if it becomes necessary (this is a part of the Fallswood/Yatton Rd changes that are in process). Additionally, there are plans to add another water storage facility, which would provide water in the event of power loss. The permit, engineering, and easement process is underway, and Mr. Albright forecasts these improvements will be constructed mid next year. Mr. Albright confirmed that the Fallswood/Yatton Rd improvements are in this year's budget.
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Albright asked if proceeding so would open the Council up to provide others in the JLMA with water and sewer.
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Mr. Albright asked if we start extending lines, do we open ourselves up later?
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1. Source Water Protection Program: Mr. Albright deferred this and the Vulnerability Assessment report to Mr. Yost.
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Mr. Albright raised the issue that about a month ago, a meeting was held with our engineer and our funding consultant for new water additions. It was decided to forego the Rural Development loan in favor of a loan with VRA. Mr. Albright moved to hire Robert Boyd as our funding consultant, NTE $3,000.
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Mr. Heyner countered with $2,000 and Mr. Albright agreed with this figure.
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Motion revised by Mr. Albright to hire Robert Boyd as our funding consultant, NTE $2,000 . Ms. Graham seconded.
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3. Water Tower Maintenance: Mr. Albright stated that he was providing this data for information and contemplation.
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Mr. Albright responded that there are two: Tank Industry Consultants, and one other. Mr. Heyner asked what the limitations were on the type of maintenance performed through the first option, and Mr. Albright replied not much, because most maintenance items are tied to the recoating effort.
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B. Staff: Mr. Yost introduced Evelyn Hale, new recorder for Council meetings.
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Mr. Albright felt priority should be placed on buildings inside the Town.
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