Board of Supervisors
James B. Donati, Jr., Chairman
David A. Kaechele, Vice-Chairman
Richard W. Glover
Patricia S. O'Bannon
Frank J. Thornton
Virgil R. Hazelett, P.E.
Published by the Henrico County Manager's Office
Summary of Actions Taken by the Board on September 11, 2007
Mr. Donati led the Board, staff, and public in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance.
Rev. Greg S. Jones, Associate Pastor,
, provided the invocation. Poplar Springs Baptist Church
The Board approved the minutes of the August 14, 2007 Regular and Special Meetings.
Edwin W. Smith has been formally promoted to Chief of the County’s Division of Fire after more than 30 years of faithful service to the Division. In introducing Chief Smith to the Board and the citizens in attendance, Mr. Hazelett remarked that Chief Smith has been very diligent in taking on these new responsibilities, carries expertise necessary for the position, and has a degree in human resources. Mr. Hazelett expressed extreme pride in Chief Smith’s appointment.
Mr. Hazelett has received a letter of retirement from Harvey L. Hinson, Deputy County Manager for Community Development, who has spent over 45 years with the County. Mr. Hinson has been a true and trusted friend and associate of Mr. Hazelett for the last 35 years. Mr. Hazelett expressed sincere appreciation and gratitude to Mr. Hinson for his dedicated service and noted that Mr. Hinson has seen many things accomplished since first joining the County in September 1961. Mr. Hinson’s retirement will be effective January 1, 2008.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ COMMENTS
Mr. Kaechele sadly reported the recent passing of Alice Schulz, a member of the County’s Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission for nearly 30 years. Mr. Kaechele characterized Mrs. Schulz as a good citizen and a great lady who was devoted to
. Henrico County
Mr. Donati recognized Ian Sutherland from Boy Scout Troop 799, sponsored by
Trinity United Methodist Church, and Tyler Sessions from Boy Scout Troop 735, sponsored by . They were observing the meeting to fulfill requirements for the Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge. Shady Grove United Methodist Church
RECOGNITION OF NEWS MEDIA
Mr. Donati recognized Will Jones of the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Mrs. O’Bannon presented a proclamation recognizing September 17 – 23, 2007 as Constitution Week. Accepting the proclamation was Carol H. Rhodes, Constitution Week Chairman for the Old Dominion Chapter of the Virginia Daughters of the American Revolution.
Mr. Kaechele presented a proclamation recognizing September 2007 as Preparedness Month. Accepting the proclamation was Anna M. McRay, Deputy Coordinator of Emergency Management for the County’s Direction of Fire. Joining her were Edwin W. Smith, Chief of Fire; Col. Henry W. Stanley, Jr., Chief of Police; Augustine W. Doe, Pandemic Flu/Medical Reserve Corps Coordinator for the Henrico Health Department; and Steven C. Parker, Emergency Planner for the Henrico Health Department.
Resolution accepting the resignation of Michael K. Magner from the Local Emergency Planning Committee.
Resolution nominating Steven C. Parker for appointment to the Local Emergency Planning Committee.
PUBLIC HEARINGS - REZONING CASES AND PROVISIONAL USE PERMITS
Deferred to January 22, 2008 Meeting
Request of Town Center West, LLC to conditionally rezone from B-2C Business District (Conditional) to R-6C General Residence District (Conditional), Parcel 734-764-9340, containing 9.38 acres, located on the north line of
W. Broad Street(U.S. Route 250) approximately 540 feet east of N. Gayton Road.
Deferred to January 22, 2008 Meeting
Request of Town Center West, LLC for a Provisional Use Permit under Sections 24-36.1(b), 24-120 and 24-122.1 of the County Code to permit retail and office uses within a proposed multifamily development on Parcel 734-764-9340, located on the north line of W. Broad Street (U.S. Route 250) approximately 540 feet east of N. Gayton Road.
Approved with Proffered Conditions
Request of William H. Muller, Amy B. Muller, and Robert B. Bain to conditionally rezone from A-1 Agricultural District to R-3C One-Family Residence District (Conditional), Parcels 759-761-4076 and 759-761-5776, containing 4.952 acres, located on the north line of Hungary Road approximately 156 feet west of River Mill Court.
Request of R & R Property Development, L.C. to rezone from R-5C General Residence District (Conditional) to B-1 Business District, part of Parcel 738-761-6025, containing approximately 0.15 acre, located on the east line of Spring Oak Drive approximately 240 feet south of West Broad Street (U. S. Route 250).
Approved with Proffered Conditions
Request of Capital Region Airport Commission to conditionally rezone from M-1 Light Industrial District to M-2C General Industrial District (Conditional), Parcel 818-709-9610, containing approximately 9.0 acres, located on the west line of
Lewis Road, approximately 1,100 feet north of Charles City Road.
Deferred to the September 25, 2007 Meeting
Request of The Rebkee Company to conditionally rezone from B-2C and B-3C Business Districts (Conditional) to B-2C Business District (Conditional), Parcels 738-742-5943, 738-742-6844 and 738-742-9542, containing approximately 2.59 acres, located on the north line of
Patterson Avenue(State Route 6) between Careybrook and Lauderdale Drives.
Approved with Conditions
Request of Maria Garcia-Lara for a Provisional Use Permit under Sections 24-58.2(d), 24-120, and 24-122.1 of Chapter 24 of the County Code to permit outdoor dining at the Mexico Restaurant located at the Promenade Shops, on part of Parcel 738-762-3715, located on the south line of West Broad Street (U.S. Route 250) approximately 200 feet west of Spring Oak Drive.
Approved with Proffered Conditions
Request of Dtown, LLC to conditionally rezone from R-4 One-Family Residence District to R-5AC General Residence District (Conditional), Parcel 806-711-6674 and part of Parcel 806-710-8061, containing 3.563 acres, located at the eastern terminus of Oregon Avenue approximately 170 feet east of Randall Avenue.
Deferred to October 9, 2007 Meeting
Request of The Tetra Group One, LLC to conditionally rezone from A-1 Agricultural District, R-3 One-Family Residence District, R-5 General Residence District and B-3 Business District to R-3C One-Family Residence District (Conditional), R-5C General Residence District (Conditional), and B-3C Business District (Conditional), Parcels 836-714-2353, 835-714-7916, 836-712-7784, 835-713-1662 and 836-713-7564, containing approximately 79.769 acres (R-3C – 9.654 ac; R-5C – 9.305 ac; and B-3C – 60.810 ac), located between the north line of E. Williamsburg Road (U.S. Route 60), the south line of Old Williamsburg Road, the east line of Dry Bridge Road and the west line of Old Memorial Drive.
PUBLIC HEARINGS - OTHER ITEMS
Deferred to September 25, 2007 Meeting
Ordinance to Grant Cavalier IP TV, LLC the Right and Privilege to Construct, Operate, and Maintain a Cable System Within the County.
Ordinance for Vacation of Right-of-Way, Drainage Easement, and Slope and Drainage Easement in
, located in the Fairfield District. Presbytery Center
Ordinance for Vacation of Building Line, Lot 22, Block K, Section D of Fort Hill, located in the Three Chopt District.
Alicia L. Fox, a resident of the Fairfield District, asked the Board to consider amending the County’s zoning ordinance so that clawfoot bathtubs used as planters in homeowners’ yards are exempt from the provision prohibiting the storage of building materials in a residential district. She advised the Board that she previously received a summons for violating Section 24-95 of the
. County Code
Greg S. Rollins, a resident of the Three Chopt District, expressed concerns regarding the use and condition of unimproved trails in
. He suggested that the existing social trails be replaced by a managed natural trail system. Deep Run Park
Gayle K. Randol, a resident of the Tuckahoe District, urged the Board of Supervisors to drop its opposition to broadcasting and videotaping its meetings. She also voiced concerns about the format of the official written meeting minutes.
Lynette Goode, a resident of the Fairfield District, raised a number of concerns pertaining to fan conduct and traffic and parking control in her neighborhood during the past weekend’s NASCAR event at Richmond International Raceway. She asked that Henrico police officers treat residents with respect and enforce ordinance violations.
Introduction of Ordinance to Amend and Reordain Subsection (b) of Section 21-124 of the Code of the
Countyof HenricoTitled “Rates” in Order to Establish a New Minimum Rate for Taxicab Trips Originating at . Richmond International Airport
Introduction of Resolution for Receipt of Requests for Amendment to the FY 2007-08 Annual Fiscal Plan to (1) Reappropriate Funds for (a) Continuing Grant Programs and (b) Certain Unencumbered Balances from FY 2006-07, and (2) Appropriate Funds for Certain New Programs.
Resolution for Award of Contract for Engineering Services for Glen Allen Softball Complex Field Lighting Replacement.
Resolution for Consideration of Amendments to the Zoning Ordinance to Permit Construction of Mixed Use Buildings Containing Dwellings in the Base Flood Hazard Area (100-year Floodplain) in the Urban Mixed Use District.
Resolution to Accept the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles, Transportation Safety Services Award to the County of Henrico, Division of Police, for DUI, RLR, and Speed Enforcement.
Resolution to Accept the Virginia Office of the Attorney General, TRIAD Crime Prevention for Seniors Grant Award.
Resolution to Accept the U.S. Department of Justice Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program Award to the County of Henrico, Division of Police, for Specialized Police-Related Equipment.
Resolution for Signatory Authority for Acquisition of Real Property in Kensington Meadows, located in the Fairfield District.
Resolution for Signatory Authority for Award of Contract for Candlelight Lane Area Water System Improvements to R.R. Snipes Construction Company, Inc., Bid Request No. 07-8215-7CE.
Resolution for Consideration of Amendments to the Zoning Ordinance Regarding Floodplains.
Resolution to Permit Additional Fine of $200 for Speeding on
Old Forester Lane.
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