Board of Supervisors
Patricia S. O'Bannon, Chairman
Frank J. Thornton, Vice-Chairman
James B. Donati, Jr.
Richard W. Glover
David A. Kaechele
Virgil R. Hazelett, P.E.
Published by the Henrico County Manager's Office
Summary of Actions Taken by the Board on November 23, 2004
Mrs. O’Bannon led the Board, staff, and public in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance.
George T. Drumwright, Jr., Deputy County Manager for Community Services, provided the invocation.
The Board approved the minutes of the November 9, 2004 Regular and Special Meetings and November 4, 2004 Special Meeting.
The Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF) has awarded its highest level of accreditation to nine Henrico Area Mental Health and Retardation Services (MH/MR) programs that have met hundreds of consumer-focused, internationally recognized standards. The CARF accreditation report, which was based on a three-day site visit in September 2004, notes that MH/MR is recognized within the region and the Commonwealth of Virginia as a reputable, high-quality service provider and as a leader in innovative and effective service delivery.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ COMMENTS
Mr. Thornton announced that Henrico County Police Officer Stinell Johnson received a 2004 Citizenship Award from the Astoria Beneficial Club at the organization’s 103rd anniversary celebration on November 21, 2004. The Astoria creed has inspired outstanding men from every walk of life to “higher moral, intellectual, civic, and social standing.” Officer Johnson is a resource officer at Henrico High School and has been employed by the County’s Division of Police for over 25 years.
Mrs. O'Bannon recognized Melissa Gaskins, a graduate student from Virginia Commonwealth University's Master of Urban and Regional Planning program, who was observing the meeting.
Mrs. O’Bannon recognized John Boehles from Boy Scout Troop 776, sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Center on Pump Road, who was observing the meeting to fulfill a requirement for the Communications Merit Badge.She also recognized Daniel Bagbey from Troop 799, sponsored by Trinity United Methodist Church, who was observing the meeting to fulfill a requirement for the Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge.
RECOGNITION OF NEWS MEDIA
Mrs. O’Bannon recognized the presence of Will Jones of the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Tom Lappas of the Henrico Citizen, and Jonathan Spiers of the Henrico County Leader.
Mrs. O’Bannon presented a proclamation recognizing November 28 – December 4, 2004 as YMCA Week in honor of the YMCA of Greater Richmond’s outstanding service to the community during the past 150 years. Accepting the proclamation from the YMCA of Greater Richmond were Barry Taylor, President and CEO, and Beverly Jennette, Vice-President of Community Development.
PUBLIC HEARING – REZONING CASE
Approved with Proffered Conditions
Request of Ray Perkins to conditionally rezone from A-1 Agricultural District and C-1 Conservation District to R-2C (82.1 acres) R-2AC (89.8 acres) One-family Residence Districts (Conditional), R-5AC (26.6 acres) General Residence District (Conditional), and RTHC (40.728 acres) Residential Townhouse District (Conditional), and C-1 (21.6 acres) Conservation District, Parcels 816-729-1884, 814-731-5764 and part of Parcel 817-731-6470, containing 260.828 acres, located at the northern terminus of Westover Avenue, extending northward to Creighton Road.
PUBLIC HEARING – OTHER ITEMS
Ordinance to Amend and Reordain Section 24-5 of the Code of the County of Henrico Titled “District boundaries and maps” to Classify as A-1 Agricultural All Parcels and Lots That Will Become Part of the County on January 1, 2005 Under An Agreement to Relocate the Boundary Line Between the Counties of Goochland and Henrico.
Resolution for POD-79-04 for Approval of a Plan of Development for Fire Station No. 21.
Deferred to March 8, 2005 Meeting
Ordinance Granting Property Tax Exemption to Tuckahoe Village West Recreation Association.
Resolution Establishing a Procedure and Criteria for the Granting of Real Estate Tax Exemptions to Certain Nonprofit Organizations by Designation.
Introduction of Resolution for Receipt of Requests for Amendment to the FY2004-05 Annual Fiscal Plan for December 2004.
Resolution to Support the Request by the City of Richmond to Expand a Portion of the City’s North Enterprise Zone and to Add New Financial Incentives.
Resolution Initiating a Comprehensive Plan Amendment for the Brook Road Commercial Area.
Resolution for Approval of Amended and Restated Self-Insured Long-Term Disability Plan.
Resolution for Northwest Elementary School #8 Site Substantially in Accord with Henrico County Comprehensive Plan.
Resolution for Acceptance of Deed of Easement for John Rolfe Parkway Road Project, located in the Three Chopt District.
Resolution for Signatory Authority for Award of Construction Contract for Laburnum Avenue 16” Water Line, Project No. 283739.
Resolution for Relocation of Dominion Virginia Power Facilities for Brittles Lane, Masonic Lane, and Gay Avenue Improvements. Project #556035-704-237-00, located in the Varina District.
Resolution for Award of Construction Contract for Quioccasin Road Improvements from Pemberton Road to Blue Jay Lane (approximately 0.39 miles). Project #551200-704-376-00, located in the Tuckahoe District.
Resolution for Signatory Authority for Amendment to Contract for Engineering Design Services for Quioccasin Road from Pemberton Road to Blue Jay Lane (approximately 0.39 miles). Project #551200-701-376-00, located in the Tuckahoe District.
Resolution accepting The Village at Olde Colony, Section A, located in the Varina District, into the County road system for maintenance.
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