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 January 13, 2009
Mr. Kaechele led the Board, staff, and public in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance.
Rev. Craig A. Sherouse, Ph.D., Pastor,
, provided the invocation. Second Baptist Church
The Board approved the minutes of the December 9, 2008 Regular and Special Meetings
Contract work has been completed in the Board Room, which included the installation of new audio visual equipment as well as broadcast equipment in order to begin live Web streaming of Board meetings. Although Board meetings will not be streamed live to the public until February 10, test recording and live streaming of the video internally began with the January 13 meeting. County staff will show the Board a demonstration of the system at the Board’s January 27 work session. With this new system, residents will be able to view Board meetings live or watch them later by accessing the archived videos.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ COMMENTS
Mrs. O’Bannon commented on the importance of supporting our troops. By making a contribution to www.uso.org , citizens can honor Henrico County employees in the military reserves who have served our country in Iraq and in other places overseas. Persons contributing more than $50 will receive a tote bag from the USO.. Mrs. O’Bannon pointed out that the County maintains salaries and benefits for its employees who are called to active dutty.
Mr. Thornton commented on the 75th anniversary of the County’s Division of Police and the metamorphosis that has taken place within the Division during the past 75 years. He extended metaphorical flowers to the Division’s personnel.
RECOGNITION OF NEWS MEDIA
Mr. Kaechele recognized Zach Reid and Eva Russo from the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Approved Resolution Commemorating the 75th Anniversary Year of the
Division of Police. Mr. Kaechele presented the resolution to Henry W. Stanley, Jr., Chief of Police. Joining Colonel Stanley from the Division of Police were Major Jim Fitzgerald, Assistant Chief, Administrative Operations; Major Tom Leary, Assistant Chief, Investigative Operations; Major Steve Alloway, Assistant Chief, Patrol Operation; Captain Fred Bolling, Commanding Officer, Organized Crime Section; Captain Hum Cardounel, Commanding Officer, Special Operations/Homeland Security; Captain Pete MacRae, Commanding Officer, Community Services; Captain Carl Mueller, Commanding Officer, Communications and Technology; Captain Joe Sands, Commanding Officer, Administrative Services; Captain Jan Stem, Commanding Officer, Patrol West Station; Lieutenant Mark Banks, Platoon Commander, Patrol Operations - South Station; Lieutenant Lynn Forstmann, Commander, Special Enforcement Unit - Special Operations/Homeland Security; Lieutenant Jeff Gray, Commander, Range; Lieutenant Steve Schaaf, Commander, Criminal Investigations - Violent Crime; Lieutenant Joe Sperry, Director of Training; Sergeant Sal Mule’, Training Sergeant; Sergeant Linda Toney, Inspections and Permits Unit Officer; Kim Johnson, Academy Coordinator; Officer Joe Maddux, Written Communications Specialist; Officer Mary Mueller, Inspections - Permits Unit; Investigator Judy Berger, Criminal Investigations - Cold Case Unit; Investigator Frank Curran, Criminal Investigations - Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) Unit; Investigators Ken Hill and Chris Maher, Criminal Investigations; Steve Weis, Emergency Communications Manager; Mary Bandeira, Criminal Investigations - AFIS Unit; and Crystal Delk, Public Information Coordinator, Community Services Section. Colonel Stanley presented each member of the Board with a 75th anniversary pin inscribed with the values of the Division as a token of the Division's appreciation for this resolution. Henrico County
William Spencer, a resident of the Three Chopt District, thanked the Board for supporting Mr. Thornton and agreeing to build the Eastern Henrico Recreation Center to serve children in that area of the county.
Resolution electing David A. Kaechele as Chairman.
Resolution electing Patricia S. O'Bannon as Vice-Chairman.
Resolution for Establishment of Dates, Times and Location of Regular Meetings of the Board of Supervisors for 2009.
Resolution appointing Frank J. Thornton to the Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads.
Resolution appointing Bernard C. Mills, Jr., R. Sydnor Reames, Joseph M. Kelleher, Jr., and Robert T. Royster to the Board of Building Code Appeals.
Resolution appointing Jeffrie L. Hedrick, Sheila C. Epps, John G. Myers, Jr., John J. Schwartz, and Ronald L. Carey to the Board of Real Estate Review and Equalization.
Resolution accepting the resignation of Richard W. Glover from the Board of Social Services.
Resolution appointing Frank J. Thornton to the Board of Social Services.
Resolution appointing Randall G. Welch to the Board of The Shops at White Oak Village Community Development Authority.
Resolution appointing Herbert L. Dunford, Jr., Johnnie E. Moore, Joshua M. Dickerson, Samuel B. Straus, and Kristen B. Schnurman to the Cable Television Advisory Committee.
Resolution appointing Gentry Bell, Marcia E. Kelley and Robert C. Whiteman as members and Arthur D. Petrini, William I. Mawyer and Steven J. Yob as alternate members of the Central Virginia Waste Management Authority Board of Directors.
Resolution appointing Jesse R. Evans, Jr. to the Chickahominy Disability Services Board.
Resolution appointing Clyde L. Hughes, Jr., Grant L. Moffett, John E. McDonald, Jr., Alexander L. Taylor, Jr., Rowland W. Dwyer, Jr., John B. Wake, Jr., D. Thomas Doub, and Robert T. Royster as Persons Eligible to Serve as Third Member of Employee Grievance Panels.
Resolution appointing Mark E. Johnson and Gregory G. Morrison to the Henrico Area Mental Health and Retardation Services Board.
Resolution appointing Ernest B. Vanarsdall, Chris W. Archer, Thomas M. Branin, Bonnie-Leigh Jones, E. Ray Jernigan, and James B. Donati, Jr. to the Henrico County Planning Commission.
Resolution appointing Valerie M. Bell, Beverly L. Hale-Cocke, Vee J. Davis, Charlotte W. Melton, John E. McDonald, Jr., G. Norwood Nuckols, Jr., Beverley H. Davis, Courtney S. Hunt, Richard C. McNeil, and Henry L. Nelson, Jr., to the Historic Preservation Advisory Committee.
Resolution appointing Lynne M. Yurchak, Marian J. Martin, Brian S. Montgomery, and James R. Barrett to the Keep Henrico Beautiful Committee.
Resolution appointing Gloria Logan Wilkerson, Harmohinder P. Singh-Sandhu, Gregory M. Clay, Anne D. Sterling, and Gail A. Atkins to the Library Advisory Board.
Resolution nominating Warren A. Winner, Joshua M. Dickerson, Nelson Wikstrom, Wilmer N. Stoneman, III, Patricia S. O’Bannon, Stephen L. Weis, Brain E. Iverson, Capt. C. Lester Jones, Jr., Anna M. McRay, John T. Tatum, Stephen J. Yob, David B. Coldren, Dennis A. Slade, Capt. Humberto I. Cardounel, Jr., Tamra R. McKinney, and Michael K. Magner to the Local Emergency Planning Committee.
Resolution appointing James B. Donati, Jr. to the Maymont Foundation Board of Directors.
Resolution appointing Charles E. Sowers and Richard W. Glover to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission.
Resolution appointing Patricia S. O’Bannon, Frank J. Thornton, E. Todd Eure, and Jean E. Moore as members and Ralph J. Emerson, Jr. and Edward L. Priestas as alternate members of the Richmond Area Metropolitan Planning Organization.
Resolution appointing Virginia H. Axtell and William E. Lowe to the Richmond Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Citizens Transportation Advisory Committee.
Resolution appointing Donald N. Blake to the Richmond Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau Board of Directors.
Resolution appointing Bonnie-Leigh Jones to the Richmond Regional Planning District Commission.
Resolution nominating David A. Kaechele to the Stadium Operating Committee of the Richmond Metropolitan Authority.
Resolution accepting the resignation of Karen G. Glasco from The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen Foundation Board of Directors.
Resolution appointing George J. Haudricourt, Jr., Marvin R. Tart, Sr., Marvin L. Ulmer, Phillis Ladd Blackwell, Maj. Stephen F. Alloway, and Patricia S. O’Bannon to the Transportation Safety Commission.
PUBLIC HEARING ITEM
Ordinance to Amend and Reordain Section 23-283 of the Code of the
“Installment payments” to Change the Interest Rate and to Amend and Countyof Henrico Titled
Reenact the Enactment Clause of Agenda Item 113-08 to Change the Effective Date for Connection Fee Increases From October 1, 2008 to January 1, 2010.
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