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

County Manager
Virgil R. Hazelett, P.E.
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Summary of Actions Taken by the Board on April 26, 2005


Mr. Thornton led the Board, staff, and public in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance.


Dr. Kirkland R. Walton, Pastor, St. Peter Baptist Church, provided the invocation.


The minutes of the April 12, 2005 Regular and Special Meetings were approved.



The Henrico County Division of Police has received reaccreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA) for complying with highly regarded and broadly recognized law enforcement standards that address policies and procedures, administration, operations, and support services.  Col. Henry W. Stanley, Jr., Chief of Police, and other representatives of the Division appeared before CALEA on March 19, 2005 during the Commission’s spring conference in Birmingham, Alabama.  The Commissioners voted unanimously to award reaccreditation status to the Division for a period of three years.  This marks the fifth time that the Division has been accredited by CALEA.  The reaccreditation process began in December 2004 with an on-site visit by the CALEA assessment team. 


The Division was recognized in two additional ways at the CALEA spring conference.  First, the Division was cited as a “Flagship Agency.”  The CALEA Flagship Agency program acknowledges the achievement and expertise of the most successful CALEA accredited public safety agencies.  Second, the Division was designated a “Meritorious Accredited Agency” for having been accredited for 15 or more continuous years.  The Division first earned CALEA accreditation in April 1987.



Mike Nicholas, a resident of the Fairfield District, expressed concerns regarding anger management courses provided by Commonwealth Catholic Charities to certain clients of Henrico Area Mental Health and Retardation Services.



Mr. Glover recognized the following Boy Scouts from Troop 777, sponsored by St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, who were observing the meeting to fulfill a requirement for the Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge:  Tim Herber, Ben Lawton, Tyler Phillips, and Michael Unholz.  Troop leaders Sharon Cook and Ann Unholz were seated with the Scouts.


Mr. Donati, who currently serves as Chairman of the Capital Region Airport Commission (CRAC), noted that Air Tran Airways would begin offering new daily nonstop flight options to and from Richmond International Airport on June 23, 2005.  Air Tran is one of America’s largest low-fare airlines.  He also announced that CRAC had awarded contracts to build a two-level passenger terminal building and widen security checkpoints at the airport and had received a federal grant to improve Airport Drive.  Mr. Kaechele, a current member and former chairman of CRAC, commented that the airport should continue to see increases in passenger traffic with the new low-cost air service and would experience additional congestion during the construction phase of the new terminal. 


Mr. Thornton pointed out that a large group of 12th-grade Government students from Henrico High School were observing the meeting.  Joining them were Henrico High teachers Claudia Chaten, Todd Rigler, and Derrick Vance.  The following students were in attendance:  D’Juan Arnstep, Brendon Bagley, Phillip Books II, Sofia Castorena, Lorelle Clement, Jabari Crosby, Louis Dandridge, Leland Deprist, La Portia Dortch, Chris Fox, Chris Gammon, Ben Gomes, Dyamond Green, Shaquan Harrison, Justin Hart, Ashley Hill, Devin Hutchenson, William Johnson, Sami Kamacho, Kareem LaSalle, La’Keshia Lee, Lashawandra Lewis, Camarin Lomax, Mone Macklin, Lamar McDowney, Sasha Mercado, Ashley Moody, Ashley Morrison, Jasmin Morrison, Maurice Richardson, Maurice Robinson, Angel Smith, Nicole Sommers, Wilbert Thacker, Jaime Thompkins, Lakeeda Thompson, Rashaad Thrower, Lauren Troublefield, Jason Wansley, L’Countess Wilson, Ronald Woodfin, and Katie Yancey.


Mr. Thornton recognized the presence of Meredith Bonny of the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Tom Lappas of the Henrico Citizen, and Jonathan Spiers of the Henrico County Leader.



Mr. Donati presented a proclamation recognizing April 24 - 30, 2005 as Soil and Water Stewardship Week.  Accepting the proclamation was Stewart Doetzer, Urban Conservationist for the Henricopolis Soil and Water Conservation District.  Joining him were Gatewood Stoneman and Karen Carter, Directors At-Large; David Henderson, Associate Director; and Barb Strohman, Education Coordinator.

Mr. Glover presented a proclamation recognizing May 2005 as Adult Abuse Prevention Month.  Accepting the proclamation was Jane Crawley, Assistant Director of Social Services.  Joining her was Carol Jellie, Adult & Family Services Supervisor.

Mr. Thornton presented a proclamation recognizing May 2005 as Foster Care Month.  Accepting the proclamation was Jane Crawley, Assistant Director of Social Services.  Joining her were Barbara Burton and Lisa Ellinger, Foster Care Supervisors.




Deferred to June 14, 2005 Meeting


Request of CGS Properites, LLC to conditionally rezone from R-3 One-Family Residence District to RTHC Residential Townhouse District (Conditional), Parcel 767-751-2632, containing 15.17 acres, located on the south line of Wistar Road at its intersection with Shrader Road. 





Resolution for POD-17-05 for Approval of a Plan of Development for Northwest Elementary School #8.




Ordinance for Vacation of Building Line, Lot 9, Block H, in Tuckahoe Hills, located in the Three Chopt District.




Ordinance for Vacation of Utility Easement, Lots 51, 68, and 69, Section A, in Sunset Hills, located in the Tuckahoe District.




Ordinance to Amend and Reordain Subsections (b) and (c) of Sections 23-311 and 23-312 Titled “Water connection fees” and “Sewer connection fees,” Respectively, and Subsection (a) of Sections 23-313 and 23-314 Titled “Water service and volume charges” and “Sewer service charges and rates,” Respectively, of the Code of the County of Henrico, All to Increase Utility Fees and Charges.



Approved as Substitute


Resolution for Real Estate Tax Levies, 2005. 



Approved as Substitute

Resolution for Personal Property, Aircraft, Manufactured Homes, Qualifying Vehicles Owned or Leased by Members of a Volunteer Rescue Squad or Volunteer Fire Department, Disabled Veterans’ Vehicles, Machinery and Tools, and Machinery and Tools for Semiconductor Manufacturers Tax Levies, 2005.




Approved as Substitute


Resolution for Adoption of Operating and Capital Annual Fiscal Plans for Fiscal Year 2005-06. 




Resolution for Signatory Authority for First Addendum to Lease by Crest Associates at 4120 East Parham Road, located in the Brookland District.




Resolution for Acceptance of Deed of Easement for John Rolfe Parkway Project, located in the Three Chopt District.




Resolution for Acceptance of Deeds for John Rolfe Parkway Project, located in the Tuckahoe and Three Chopt Districts.




Resolution for Signatory Authority for License Agreement for Construction of Sewer Line on County Property for Tuckahoe Creek Park, located in the Tuckahoe District.




Resolution for Signatory Authority with Central Virginia Waste Management Authority for Special Project Service Agreement for Propane Tank Collection Services.




Resolution for Signatory Authority for Special Service Agreement for CFC/HCFC Collection and Processing Services with Central Virginia Waste Management Authority.




Resolution for Signatory Authority for Award of Construction Contract for Security Enhancements Project, Project No. 283796.




Resolution for Signatory Authority for Award of Contract for Lewis Road Sewer Improvements, Project No. 290965-4079.

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