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 May 12, 2009
Mr. Kaechele led recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.
Rev. Travis Branch, Gospel Jail Ministries, delivered the invocation.
The Board approved the minutes of the April 28, 2009 Regular and Special Meetings.
The Henrico County Attorney's Office, directed by Joseph P. Rapisarda, Jr., proudly participated in the 3rd Annual Statewide Legal Food Frenzy held March 30-April 10, 2009.The Legal Food Frenzy was started in 2007 by former Attorney General Bob McDonnell, the Young Lawyers Division of the Virginia Bar Association, and the Federation of Virginia Food Banks.This friendly competition among the legal community encourages all law firms and law offices throughout
to raise food and funds for food banks during a traditionally slow period for donations.Karen W. Grizzard, Business Supervisor for the Virginia 's Office, attended the kick-off luncheon on March 26, where Attorney General Bill Mims gave the keynote address.On April 10, Mrs. Grizzard delivered 2,168 pounds of food to the Central Virginia Foodbank.The 72 participating law firms and agencies in County Attorney Central Virginiaexceeded last year's contributions by over 28 percent, raising 836,221 pounds and contributing over 50 percent of the 1,652,732 pounds collected across the Commonwealth.
Mr. Hazelett recognized William R. Janis from the Virginia House of Delegates' 56th District, who presented a copy of House Joint Resolution No. 943 to Michael L. Wade,
's Sheriff.The following members of Sheriff Wade's staff joined him in accepting the resolution:Merle H. Bruce Jr., Undersheriff; Carlos V. Talley, Chief Deputy; and Capts. Patricia A. Moore and James M. Harper.The resolution commends and congratulates the sheriffs of the Henrico County on the occasion of the 375th anniversary of the founding of the office of sheriff.Henrico Shire (now Commonwealthof Virginia ), was one of the eight original shires created by the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1634.The principal officer charged with administering the shires was the "shire reeve" or "sheriff." Henrico County
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' COMMENTS
Mr. Kaechele recognized Mason and Jake Davenport from Boy Scout Troop 747, sponsored by
, who were observing the meeting to fulfill a requirement for the Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge. Gayton Baptist Church
RECOGNITION OF NEWS MEDIA
No media representatives were present.
Mrs. O'Bannon presented a proclamation recognizing May 16-22, 2009 as Safe Boating Week. Accepting the proclamation from Flotilla 31 of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary's Fifth District Southern Region were Evelyn Koon, Vice Commander, and Shirley Callahan, Staff Officer for Public Affairs.Joining them from Flotilla 31 were Mike Callahan, Staff Officer for Operations, and Thomas Jordon, Flotilla member.Joining them from the Henrico County Division of Police were Col. Henry W. Stanley, Jr., Chief; Capt. Humberto I. Cardounel I. Jr., Community Officer for Special Operations/Homeland Security; and Officers Christian W. Gillikin and Dewayne L. Wilson.Joining them from the County's Division of Fire were Edwin W. Smith, Chief; R. Wayne Baber, Assistant Chief of Operations; Capt. Henry Rosenbaum from Station 17; and Capt. Daniel Schwartz from Station 2.
Mr. Glover presented a proclamation recognizing May 17 - 23, 2009 as Insurance Professionals Appreciation Week. Accepting the proclamation was Annette Lynn Ardler, President of Insurance Women of Richmond, Virginia (IWOR). Joining her from the IWOR Board were Sharon K. Needham, Second Vice President, and Stephanie R. Horacek, Safety Committee Chair.
Mr. Kaechele presented a proclamation recognizing May 2009 as Mental Health Month.Accepting the proclamation were Michael A. O'Connor, Executive Director of Henrico Area Mental Health and Retardation Services (MH/MR), and Raymond C. Gudum, Chair of the MH/MR Community Services Board.Joining them from the MH/MR staff were Laura S. Totty, Director of Clinical and Prevention Services, and Stacy L. Hamilton, Manager of Substance Abuse Services. Joining them from the MH/MR Community Services Board were Karen W. Grizzard, Vice Chairman and Member-at-Large, and Joyce A. Hann, Brookland District Representative.
Mr. Thornton presented a proclamation recognizing May 2009 as Older Americans Month.Accepting the proclamation was Dr. Thelma Bland Watson, Executive Director of Senior Connections, The Capital Area Agency on Aging, and Gloria B. Johnson,
's appointed representative on the Senior Connections Board of Directors.Joining them from the agency's staff were Marian M. Dolliver, Caregiver Support Services Manager, and Frederick R. Geiger, Education and Corporate Affairs Manager. Henrico County
PUBLIC HEARINGS - REZONING CASES AND PROVISIONAL USE PERMITS
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 102' high internal array style monopole telecommunications tower and related equipment, on part of Parcel 732-749-5405, located on the east line of Gayton Road approximately 1,325 feet north of its intersection with Cambridge Drive.
Request of McDonald's Corporation to conditionally rezone from B-1 Business District to B-2C Business District (Conditional), part of Parcel 753-747-8509, containing approximately 1.037 acres, located on the west line of N. Parham Road, approximately 230 feet north of Starling Drive.
June 9, 2009.
Request of Brook Run Somerset LLC to amend proffered conditions accepted with Rezoning Case C-33C-04, on Parcels 784-749-1627 and 784-748-0982, located on the west line of
Brook Road(U.S. Route 1), approximately 875 feet south of its intersection with Hilliard Road(State Route 161).
Request of Thornhurst Land Company & Colwyck Land Company to conditionally rezone from R-3 One-Family Residence District and C-1 Conservation District to R-3C One-Family Residence District (Conditional), part of Parcels 813-720-2876, 813-721-9111, and 813-721-3024 containing 9.136 acres, located at the southeast intersection of S. Laburnum Avenue and Thornhurst Street and on the south line of Colwyck Drive approximately 150 feet west of Gretna Court.
Request of Peter L. Francisco to amend Condition 2 approved with Provisional Use Permit P-18-07, on part of Parcel 780-749-9410, located on the west line of
Lakeside Avenue(State Route 161) at its intersection with Timberlake Avenue, in order to build a permanent structure for the outdoor farmers' market at . Lakeside Towne Center
Request of Arthur S. McGurn to conditionally rezone 1.06 acres from C-1 Conservation District to C-1C Conservation District (Conditional), and .09 acres from B-2C Business District (Conditional) to C-1C Conservation District (Conditional), and conditionally rezone .18 acres from C-1 Conservation District to B-2C Business District (Conditional), and amend the proffers accepted with rezoning case C-72C-88 to include building elevations.The site is located on Parcel 770-767-7982 at the northeast intersection of
Mountain Roadand John Cussons Drive.
PUBLIC HEARINGS - OTHER ITEMS
Resolution for Authority to Submit Amendment to the Henrico County FY2008-2009 Annual Consolidated Plan and to Execute Agreements for Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Activities.
Resolution for POD-07-09 (POD-32-87 Revised) for Approval of a Revised Plan of Development for
Additions. Varina Elementary School
Resolution for Signatory Authority for Conveyance of Real Estate for Approximately 0.224 Acre on
Bethlehem Roadin the Brookland District.
Ordinance for Vacation of Portion of Cul-de-Sac for
Mayland Courtfor in the Three Chopt District. Deep Run Trade Center
Patricia Shear, a resident of the Three Chopt District, asked the Board to consider allowing subdivision residents to keep a small number of laying hens in their backyards.
Resolution for Requesting the Economic Development Authority of Henrico County, Virginia, to Authorize the Issuance of Not to Exceed Forty-Five Million Dollars ($45,000,000) Principal Amount of Lease Revenue Refunding Bonds (Henrico County Governmental Projects) for the Purpose of Refunding a Portion of the Authority's Outstanding Lease Revenue Bonds (Henrico County Governmental Projects), Series 1996, a Portion of the Authority's Outstanding Lease Revenue Bonds (Henrico County Governmental Projects), Series 1998, and a Portion of the Authority's Outstanding Public Facility Lease Revenue Refunding Bonds (Henrico County Regional Jail Project), Series 1999, Issued to Finance Various Projects for Lease to the County.
Resolution for Authorizing and Providing for the Issuance and Sale of Not to Exceed Thirty-Four Million Dollars ($34,000,000) Aggregate Principal Amount of Water and Sewer System Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2009A, of the County of Henrico, Virginia, for the Purpose of Refunding the Outstanding Water and Sewer System Revenue Note, Subordinate Series 1997, of the County; Authorizing the County Manager or Any Deputy County Manager and the Director of Finance to Fix the Maturities, Interest Rates and Other Details of Such Bonds; Approving the Form of Such Bonds; Authorizing the County Manager or Any Deputy County Manager and the Director of Finance to Select the Underwriters of Such Bonds and to Negotiate the Sale of Such Bonds to Such Underwriters and Authorizing the Execution and Delivery to Such Underwriters of a Bond Purchase Agreement for Such Sale or, in Lieu of Negotiating the Sale of Such Bonds to Such Underwriters, Authorizing the Placement of Such Bonds with the Virginia Resources Authority; Authorizing the Preparation and Delivery of a Preliminary Official Statement Relating to Such Bonds and Authorizing the Distribution Thereof; Authorizing the Preparation of a Final Official Statement and Continuing Disclosure Certificate Relating to Such Bonds and Authorizing the Distribution Thereof; Authorizing a Refunding Trust Agreement by and between the County and U.S. Bank National Association, as Refunding Trustee, and Authorizing the Execution and Delivery of Such Refunding Trust Agreement; Designating and Giving Irrevocable Instructions for the Redemption of the County's Water and Sewer System Revenue Note, Subordinate Series 1997; and Ratifying Certain Acts and Proceedings.
Resolution for Authorization to Apply for and Accept Grant Funding for $37,114 through the
Department of Fire Programs for Fire Officer Leadership Development and Training. Virginia
Resolution for Authorization to Apply for and Accept Grant Funding for $60,000 through the
of Emergency Management for HazMat Team Equipment, Exercise and Training. Virginia Department
Resolution for Award of Annual Contracts for Small Projects for Architectural and Engineering Services.
Resolution for Signatory Authority for Change Order No. 7 to Construction Contract for
Renovations. Public Safety Building
Resolution for Award of Contract for Operational Medical Director Services for Division of Fire.
Resolution for Signatory Authority for Agreement with
of Transportation for Secondary Roads Escrow Account Funds - Virginia Department John Rolfe Parkway, Phase II. VDOT Project #9999-043-189, PE101, RW201, C501 County Project #2101.50704.28004.00720 (formerly Project #552117-704-463-00) in the Three Chopt and Tuckahoe Districts.
Resolution to Permit Additional Fine of $200 for Speeding on
Village Run Drive.
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