Board of Supervisors
Patricia S. O'Bannon, Chairman
Frank J. Thornton, Vice-Chairman
James B. Donati, Jr.
Richard W. Glover
David A. Kaechele

County Manager
Virgil R. Hazelett, P.E.
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Summary of Actions Taken by the Board on February 24, 2004

Rev. Evan Drake, Senior Pastor, Goodwill Baptist Church, provided the invocation.

The minutes of the February 10, 2004 Regular and Special Meetings were approved.


The County’s Department of Public Relations & Media Services, directed by Tamra McKinney, received 17 international, state, and regional awards for professionalism and excellence in communications during 2003.  Ms. McKinney, Joel Archibald, and Jennifer Bingham collaborated their talents on the annual report, and other online and print publications, earning nine awards between the three of them for excellence in Public Relations, writing, design, and photography.  Media Services staff David Miller, Roberta Fountain, and Ryan Eubank earned eight awards – including five prestigious Tellys – for their professional production and original programs, A Road Through History, Responding to Isabel, and The Dawn of Life


Jeanette G. Scaros, a resident of the Fairfield District, expressed concerns about the impact of fishing and recent land disturbing activities on the ecosystem of Overton Lake.

William Spencer, a resident of the Fairfield District, praised Robert C. Thompson, Director of Public Works, for overseeing the County’s successful snow removal efforts in recent weeks.  He also praised Col. Henry W. Stanley, Jr., the Chief of Police, for his responsiveness to the Henrico community.  Mr. Spencer commented that the County was doing a great job overall. 


Mr. Thornton recognized the following students from J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College, who were observing the meeting for their Administrative Practice and Procedure class:  Teresa Jordan, Jessica Laney, Maria Mack, Crystal Perry, and Mell Porter.  Their instructor, Brenda Friend Briggs, and assistant instructor, Melissa Velazquez, were also present. 

Mrs. O’Bannon recognized Cameron Trimmer from Boy Scout Troop 705, sponsored by Derbyshire Baptist Church, who was observing the meeting to fulfill a requirement for his Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge.  The troop’s Scout Master, Pieter Van Saun, was also present.


Mrs. O’Bannon recognized the presence of Nicole Johnson of the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Tom Lappas of the Henrico Citizen, and Jonathan Spiers of the Henrico County Leader.


Approved Resolution nominating Nelson Wikstrom to the Local Emergency Planning Committee.


Approved Ordinance to Amend and Reordain Section 13-35 of the Code of the County of Henrico Titled “Profane swearing in public; public intoxication” By Increasing the Maximum Fine for Those Offenses.
Approved Ordinance to Amend and Reordain the Henrico County Planning Applications Fee Schedule to Add a $300 Fee for Chesapeake Bay Resource Protection Area Exception Requests and to Eliminate the $150 plus $5/acre Fee for Preliminary POD or Master Plan Review.


Approved Resolution for Award of Construction Contract for Deep Run Recreation Center.
Approved Resolution for Award of Contract for Architectural and Engineering Services for the Replacement of the HVAC System, Dorey Park Recreation Center.
Approved Resolution for Award of Construction Contract for Football Field & Additional Parking for Klehr Field.
Deferred to
March 23, 2004
Resolution for Adoption of Procedures for the Implementation of the Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002.
Approved Resolution Directing the Planning Commission to Prepare a Comprehensive Plan Amendment Designating a Portion of Innsbrook as an Urban Mixed Use Development Area.
Approved Resolution to Undertake a Study of Financing Options and Growth Tools to Ensure Orderly Development and Necessary Infrastructure in the County.
Approved Resolution for Additional Compensation for Easements for Water Transmission Main and Tunnel Projects by VAC L.L.L.P. (London Towne Apartments), located in the Brookland District.
Approved Resolution for Signatory Authority for Amendment to Engineering Services Agreement for Henrico Water Treatment/Raw Water Project by Camp Dresser and McKee, Inc.
Approved Resolution for Signatory Authority for Old Cannon Estates Subdivision for Water Distribution System by Virginia Department of Transportation.
Approved Resolution for Relocation of Dominion Virginia Power Facilities on Lakeside Avenue from Trumpet Branch to Hilliard Road (approximately 0.53 Miles).  Project #555797-704-700-00, located in the Fairfield District. 
Approved Resolution for Signatory Authority for Engineering Design Services for Sadler Road Improvements from Dominion Boulevard to 150 feet East of Cedar Branch Court (approximately 1.90 miles).  County Project #552000-701-249-00; VDOT Project #9999-043-194, PE101, RW201, C501, located in the Three Chopt District.
Approved Resolution for Settlement of Personal Injury Claim of Curtis L. Bynum.


Approved Resolution for Signatory Authority for Quitclaim of Portion of Utility Easement for Estates of Hampshire, Section 1, located in the Three Chopt District.

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