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

County Manager
Virgil R. Hazelett, P.E.
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Summary of Actions Taken by the Board on June 27, 2006


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


Rev. Al Lynch, Pastor, St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church, provided the invocation.


The Board approved the minutes of the June 13, 2006 Regular and Special Meetings and June 16, 2006 Special Meeting.



Mrs. O’Bannon recognized the following Boy Scouts from Troop 444, sponsored by Reveille United Methodist Church, who were observing the meeting to fulfill a requirement for the Communications Merit Badge:  Thomas Crenshaw, Robbie Keefe, and Stuart Mauck. Also present was Robbie’s mother, Theresa Keefe. 


Mrs. O’Bannon announced that she and her husband, John, were celebrating their 35th wedding anniversary. 


Mr. Kaechele, a member of the Capital Region Airport Commission, noted that Mr. Donati had completed a two-year term as Commission Chairman by presiding over a Commission meeting earlier in the day, at which time it was reported that enplanements at Richmond International Airport are up 20 percent over last year, construction of the Airport’s new terminal building is progressing on schedule, and the Airport’s two new low-cost carriers are continuing to grow.  Mr. Kaechele recognized Mr. Donati for doing a great job as Commission Chairman and thanked him on behalf of the Board for his successful leadership in that position.  



Mr. Glover recognized Olympia Meola of the Richmond Times-Dispatch.


Janet Kay, Co-Chairperson of the Keep Henrico Beautiful Beautification Subcommittee, was joined by members of the Board of Supervisors and the following members of the Keep Henrico Beautiful Committee: Christina Harris, Chairperson; Lynne Smolin-Yurchak, Vice-Chairperson; and Sherinna Gibson.  Land Lover Awards were presented to the following residents:  Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davis (Brookland), Mr. and Mrs. David White (Tuckahoe), and Wilton Spain (Varina).  Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Ford (Fairfield) and Andrew and Rebecca Kovach (Three Chopt), who were not in attendance, were also Land Lover Award recipients.  Clean Business Awards were presented to the following businesses:  Laurel Gallery (Brookland), represented by Jeanne Bluford, Owner, and Beth Tweedie, Manager; Rulli Chiropractic Clinic (Fairfield), represented by Dr. Nicholas Rulli, Owner; Carole and Marcus Weinstein Jewish Community Center (Three Chopt), represented by Jordan Shenker, Executive Director; Environmental Solutions, Inc. (Tuckahoe), represented by Brenda Robinson, President, and Harry Gregori, Jr., Vice President; and Courtyard by Marriott Richmond Airport, represented by Raymond Smith, General Manager.  







Resolution reappointing Judith M. Roberts to the Board of Social Services.





Resolution reappointing Grant L. Moffett and Walter H. Ryland to the Capital Region Arts and Cultural Funding Consortium Board of Directors.





Resolution reappointing Charles M. Schnurman, Jr. to the Central Virginia Solid Waste Management Plan Citizen Advisory Committee.





Resolution appointing George T. Drumwright, Jr., Gary A. Hicks, James S. Yoffy, Sharon B. Will, John E. Mehfoud, Henry W. Stanley, Jr., Wade A. Kizer, William J. Viverette, Michael L. Wade, Mac R. Beaton, Brendan T. Hayes, Frederick D. Goodwin, III, Grant L. Moffett, William M. Gibson, Donald L. Boswell, J. Douglas Freeman, and Deborah G. LaVecchia to the Community Criminal Justice Board.





Resolution reappointing David A. Kaechele to the Greater Richmond Partnership Board of Directors.





Resolution reappointing James B. Donati, Jr., William E. Lowe, Gregory M. Clay, James H. Atkinson, Jr., Oliver L. Way, and Leonard C. Cake as members of the James River Development Corporation; and nominating James B. Donati, Jr. and William E. Lowe as directors of the James River Development Corporation.





Resolution reappointing James L. Jenkins to the Richmond Metropolitan Authority Board of Directors.




Resolution accepting the resignation of Walter H. Ryland from The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen Foundation Board of Directors.





Resolution appointing James B. Donati, Jr. and David A. Kaechele as members, and E. Todd Eure and Edward L. Priestas as alternate members of the Virginia Transit Association Board of Directors





Approved with Proffered Conditions


Request of Gene Davis to conditionally rezone from R-4 and R-3 One-Family Residence Districts to RTHC Residential Townhouse District (Conditional), Parcel 822-722-0609, containing 6.567 acres, located at the southeast intersection of South Kalmia Avenue and East Jerald Street. 




Resolution Authorizing the County Manager to Submit the Henrico County 2006-07 Annual Consolidated Plan, Including the 2006-07 CDBG Program Year Seventeen Plan and the 2006-07 HOME Program Year Ten Plan; to Execute the CDBG Agreement for Program Year Seventeen and the HOME Agreement for Program Year Ten; and to Execute Contracts to Implement the CDBG and HOME Program Activities.



Approved as Amended


Resolution for Amendment to the FY 2005-06 Annual Fiscal Plan for June, 2006.



Deferred to December 12, 2006 Meeting


Ordinance Granting Property Tax Exemption to Tuckahoe Village West Recreation Association. 




Rev. Peter L. duPlessis, Director of Missions for the Baptist Richmond Association and a member of First Baptist Church, addressed the Board on behalf of Metro Richmond at Prayer.  He announced that pastors and congregations from 220 churches throughout the metropolitan region have covenanted together to pray weekly for the common concerns of their community.  During the month of July, prayers will be offered for governments and governing bodies of metropolitan Richmond. Rev. Dr. J. Rayfield Vines, Jr., Pastor of Hungary Road Baptist Church, advised that he has been charged with writing the meditation for the July 16, 2006 prayer, which will be specifically directed at the Henrico County Board of Supervisors, County Manager, and all County employees.  Rev. Phillip Hunt, Pastor of RiverWay Community Church, noted that he was present to represent Chesterfield pastors and congregations. 


Ashley R. Goodwin, a resident of the Tuckahoe District, spoke to the historic significance of Varina and announced that she is in the process of establishing an historic association for residents of the Varina District’s Marion Hill community.  Ms. Goodwin expressed concerns regarding a proposed subdivision on property adjoining Edge Hill, an historic home that she is purchasing on Greenview Drive.  She encouraged the Board to approve historic overlay districts for areas with existing historic resources and to impose a moratorium on new construction in such areas.





Resolution for Appropriation of Funds for Fiscal Year 2006-07.



Approved as Substitute for



Resolution for Authorization to Apply for and Accept Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response Grant from U.S. Department of Homeland Security.



Deferred to August 22, 2006 Meeting


Resolution for Signatory Authority for Quitclaim of Interest, If Any, In Reserved Area of Laura Lea Estates, located in the Tuckahoe District.



Deferred to July 25, 2006 Meeting


Resolution for Award of Contract for Automated Meter Reading System to American Meter Company (AMCO).





Resolution for Signatory Authority for Award of Construction Contract for Springfield Road Landfill Phase 4 Construction and Progressive Closure of Phases 2 and 3 to Glover Construction Company, Inc.



Resolution for Signatory Authority for Agreement with CSX Transportation, Inc. for Dumbarton Road Bridge Rehabilitation over CSX Transportation, Inc. Right-of-Way.  Project #2101.50704.28004.00843 (Formerly Project #551234-704-264-00), located in the Brookland District.




Resolution for Signatory Authority for Amendment to Contract for Engineering Design Services for John Rolfe Parkway from Ridgefield Parkway to West Broad Street (approximately 2.38 miles).  Project #2101.50701.28004.00720 (formerly Project #552109-701-463-00) located in the Three Chopt and Tuckahoe Districts.



Resolution accepting Woodman Trace, Section 1, located in the Fairfield District; and Parsons Walk at Twin Hickory, Section A, located in the Three Chopt District, into the County road system for maintenance.


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