Board of Supervisors
David A. Kaechele, Chairman
Patricia S. O'Bannon, Vice-Chairman
James B. Donati, Jr.
Richard W. Glover
Frank J. Thornton
Virgil R. Hazelett, P.E.
Published by the Henrico County Manager's Office
Summary of Actions Taken by the Board on November 12, 2008
Mr. Kaechele led the Board, staff, and public in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance.
Rev. Travis Branch, Gospel Jail Ministries, provided the invocation.
The Board approved the minutes of the October 28, 2008 Regular and Special Meetings.
Karen W. Moore, a resident of the Tuckahoe District, was introduced as the 2008 Henrico Christmas Mother. Joining her were the Chair and Co-Chair of the County Government Christmas Mother program, Lisa H. Orlosky of the Department of Information Technology and Juliana L. Major of the Division of Recreation and Parks. Mrs. Moore noted that she was very grateful for the opportunity to travel around the County to thank residents for their continued support of the Henrico Christmas Mother program. The program is celebrating is 67th year of providing new clothes, toys, books, and food to approximately 5,000 low income, disabled, and elderly Henrico neighbors at Christmastime. Mrs. Moore acknowledged the overwhelming enthusiasm of Mrs. Orlosky and Ms. Major and referred to the many efforts of the County’s general government and school employees, students, community organizations, businesses, and citizens on behalf of the program. Over 90 percent of all monetary contributions to the program are distributed directly to program recipients.
As a reminder, the Board of Supervisors will be meeting at the
Eastern Government Center’s on November 25 and December 9, 2008. The Board will return to the Glen Echo Building for its January 13, 2009 meeting. The Administration Building , located on Glen Echo Building Nine Mile Road, is where the School Board currently meets.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ COMMENTS
Mr. Kaechele recognized Michael Muldowny, Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge Counselor for the Cardinal District of the Boy Scouts of America’s Heart of Virginia Council. Mr. Muldowny introduced the following Scouts from his Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge class who were observing the meeting to fulfill requirements for this merit badge: John Keefe and William Perrine from Troop 436, sponsored by St. Bridget Catholic Church; James Turner from Troop 487, sponsored by Giuseppe Verdi Lodge No. 315; Michael Props from Troop 509, sponsored by Four Mile Creek Baptist Church; Michael Norman from Troop 535, sponsored by Church of the Creator; Jarred Giannasi from Troop 544, sponsored by Shady Grove United Methodist Church (Mechanicsville); Cole McDonnell and Kenny McDonnell from Troop 700, sponsored by Henry Clay Elementary School; Boyd Esleck, Stuart MacIlwaine, Ryan Neighbors, Scott Rateau, Andrew Stewart, and George Spotts from Troop 702, sponsored by Second Baptist Church; Joey Davis, Jake Hope, Ben Humphries, James Noel, Robert Noel, James Roach, Elliot Sobel, and Kyle Vaughan from Troop 706, sponsored by Saint Peter’s United Methodist Church; Bobby Erickson, Robert Janis, and Josh Morgan from Troop 720, sponsored by Mount Vernon Baptist Church; Brandon Keithly and Raymond Arroyo from Troop 728, sponsored by West Richmond Church of the Brethren; Joey Droter, Christopher Kamper, David Kraft, Ryan Kraft, and Ciaran Lowell from Troop 736, sponsored by St. Michael Catholic Church; Reza Mortazavi from Troop 747, sponsored by Gayton Baptist Church; Colin Rogers from Troop 772, sponsored by Discovery United Methodist Church; Andrew Vitkus from Troop 776, sponsored by the Columbian Center; Joshua Byers and Joseph Pittman from Troop 799, sponsored by Trinity United Methodist Church; James Irby, Josh Olds, and Aldan Parker from Troop 840, sponsored by St. Michael’s Episcopal Church; Joey Norris from Troop 845, sponsored by Redeemer Lutheran Church; Parker Mann from Troop 876, sponsored by Mount Pisgah United Methodist Church; Connor Kirk from Troop 891, sponsored by Bon Air United Methodist Church; Ryan Kendricken from Troop 1807, sponsored by Bethlehem Baptist Church; and Nick Leeds and Nathaniel Kimble from Troop 2890, sponsored by The Brandermill Church. Mr. Kaechele next recognized William Bruce, Assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 436, sponsored by St. Bridget Catholic Church, who introduced the following additional Scouts from his troop who were observing the meeting to fulfill a requirement for the Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge: T. J. Bliley, Joseph Bruce, William Bruce, Jack Downey, and Nathan Pal. Mr. Kaechele also recognized Erik Bleyl, Scoutmaster for Troop 766, sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – Gayton Ward, who introduced the following Scouts from his troop who were observing the meeting to fulfill merit badge requirements: Bo Bleyl, Connor Bleyl, Albert Castanos, Christopher Diaz, Brandt Loveland, Daniel Morales, Miguel Morales, and Donald Velazquez. Mr. Kaechele commented that the Board was pleased to have the Scouts and their leaders in the audience and he wished the Scouts good luck with their merit badges. Mr. Kaechele then recognized Delegate Bill Janis, who was observing the meeting with Scouts from Troop 720.
RECOGNITION OF NEWS MEDIA
Mr. Kaechele recognized Melodie Martin from the
Times-Dispatch and Tom Lappas from the Henrico Citizen. Richmond
PUBLIC HEARINGS - REZONING CASES AND PROVISIONAL USE PERMITS
Request of 1241 Associates, LLC to conditionally rezone from O-3C Office District (Conditional) to R-2AC One-Family Residence District (Conditional), part of Parcel 775-749-1480, containing 3.6031 acres, located on the east line of
Impala Driveat its intersection with Impala Place.
Approved with Conditions
Request of Noodles & Company for a Provisional Use Permit under Sections 24-58.2(d), 24-120 and 24-122.1 of Chapter 24 of the County Code in order to allow outside dining for the proposed Noodles & Company restaurant, on part of Parcel 773-736-2198, located at the southeast intersection of W. Broad Street (U. S. Route 250) and Willow Lawn Drive (Willow Lawn Shopping Center).
Deferred to February 10, 2009 Meeting
Request of Parham Road Properties, LLC to conditionally rezone from R-4 One-Family Residence District to O-2C Office District (Conditional), Parcels 783-756-0592, 782-756-7785, and -9285, containing approximately 1.49 acres, located along the north line of E. Parham Road, at its intersection with Cleveland Street.
Deferred to November 25, 2008 Meeting for Decision Only
Request of New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC for a Provisional Use Permit under Sections 24-95(a)(3), 24-120 and 24-122.1 of Chapter 24 of the County Code in order to construct a 120’ high internal array monopole telecommunications tower and related equipment, on part of Parcel 789-754-3978, located on the west line of Upham Drive approximately 500 feet north of its intersection with Wilkinson Road (Chamberlayne Farms Shopping Center).
PUBLIC HEARINGS - OTHER ITEMS
Ordinance to Amend and Reordain Subdivision (3) of Subsection (e) of Section 20-72 of the Code of the County Henrico Titled “Elderly or permanently and totally disabled persons” to increase the Income Limit Under the Tax Relief for the Elderly or Permanently and Totally Disabled Program (REAP) from $62,000 to $67,000.
Ordinance for Vacation of Alley for Block L in Greenwood Heights, Part 2, located in the Brookland District.
Deferred to February 10, 2009 Meeting
Resolution for Signatory Authority for Lease Agreement with
Richmond20MHz, LLC, Inc. in Pouncey Tract Park, located in the Three Chopt District.
Deferred to February 10, 2009 Meeting
Resolution for Signatory Authority for Easement Agreement for Verizon Virginia, Inc. in Pouncey Tract Park, located in the Three Chopt District.
Resolution for Acceptance of Gift from
Introduction of Ordinance to Add Section 2-53 to the Code of the County of Henrico Titled “Criminal history record check and fingerprinting” to Provide for Criminal History Record Checks of Persons Conditionally Offered Employment.
Introduction Of Ordinance to Amend and Reordain Section 23-1 Titled “Definitions,” Section 23-204 Titled “Disconnection of meter,” “Section 23-206 Titled “Billing; adjustment of bills,” Section 23-281 Titled “Service deposit,” Section 23-284 Titled “Overdue bills; discontinuance of service,” Section 23-313 Titled “Water service and volume charges,” and Section 23-314 Titled “Sewer service charges and rates,” All to Change Public Utility Billing Practices.
Introduction Of Ordinance to Amend and Reordain Section 23-1 Titled “Definitions,” Section 23-109 Titled “Restricted wastes,” Section 23-131 Titled “Violations; enforcement; penalty,” Section 23-133 Titled “Applicability of categorical standards,” Section 23-134 Titled “Discharge permit required,” Section 23-135 Titled “Discharge permit conditions,” Section 23-138 Titled “Correction of violations,” and Section 23-314 Titled “Sewer service charges and rates,” and to Add Section 23-127 Titled “State pretreatment standards,” Section 23-128 Titled “Dilution,” Section 23-129 Titled “Violations,” and Section 23-130 Titled “Administrative enforcement remedies,” to the Code of the County of Henrico, All to Conform the County’s Industrial Pretreatment and Strong Waste Program to State Requirements.
Resolution for Acceptance of Church Trace, located in the Three Chopt District, into the County road system for maintenance.
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