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Volume 57, Number 11 • March 17, 2011

CRC cancels Farmers Market By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

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John Wright addresses Goochland School Board members with his budget concerns at last week’s meeting.

School board ponders more cuts unpleasant options March 8, as Superintendent Linda Underwood presented possible reductions should the county not fully fund the proposed schools’ budget. Ideas on the table include By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com reducing the school year to 160 days from 180, staggering Goochland School Board school start times to implemembers pondered some ment double bus runs, elimi-

School year could be reduced to 160 days

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nating middle school sports, keeping all four furlough days (two had been proposed to be eliminated), foregoing the hiring of a math specialist and numerous others. The school board has asked for about $1.4 million more than the county has planned to provide in its most recent proposal, although it appears

the gap may narrow. In an email Tuesday to the schools’ leadership team and later forwarded by her to the Gazette, Underwood wrote, “These are not recommendations, but possible areas of reduction. I will not ask the board to make decisee Board > page 2

The Center for Rural Culture (CRC) will not operate a Farmers Market in Goochland this year. “There are just not enough vendors and customers to support two markets in Goochland,” said CRC President Kate Sarfaty Monday. She cited the large number of farmers markets in the Richmond area and the rising price of gasoline as factors in the organization’s decision. Sarfaty said the decision was reached with “tremendous sadness,” but added that it was only for this season. “It’s not to say we won’t do it again but this summer is just not viable,” she said. The fate of the Goochland Farmers Market had been in doubt ever since controversy erupted in January, when former CRC Executive Director Lisa Dearden demanded the resignation of the current and past presidents and the treasurer of the CRC, citing discrepancies in the organization’s accounting. Dearden eventually resigned and the CRC announced last month that a review of its

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books by accounting firm Keiter Stevens had revealed no misappropriation of funds. At that time the CRC said it planned to continue the Goochland Farmers Market at Grace Episcopal Church, beginning in May. But the split between supporters of Dearden, who recently announced she would operate a market this year at a site in Centerville, and her former employer evidently doomed the Goochland Farmers Market, setting up the prospect of two competing markets in the same county. “I’m not pleased that they are not having a market,” said Dearden Monday, adding that she had not originally intended to start a new farmers market. She said she plans to open May 7 and has already signed up 30 vendors for her market, called My Goochland Market, located at 68 Broad Street Road in Manakin-Sabot. Sarfaty said the CRC will continue to operate the Local Roots Food Co-op, managed by Jane Conner and will also operate a community garden to benefit the Goochland see Market > page 2


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Board continued from > page 1 sions about reductions until after the supervisors approve the county budget on April 5. At that time, we will have to make reductions in order to meet the appropriation,” wrote Underwood in her email. “I want you, and your staff, to be aware of the items that are going before the board tonight. They are dramatic and disastrous, but the best we can

do to continue doing what we must do within our shrinking means.” Leaked to the public, the email sparked a number of comments during the meeting’s first public comment period. “I think the list I saw today far exceeds the needs to mitigate the differences in this budget,” said John Wright. “I find it quite close to mental terrorism in many ways… I think we need to try and address things in a very rational and real

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manner and not try and scare everybody to death,” he said. Randolph Elementary School PTA president Kendall Hoffler said in the past four years she has seen “what feels like the dismantling of this school system.” Hoffler said what was coming out of the central office was disturbing. “It truly feels like you are trying to rile the parents up to go to the board of supervisors to get us to support funding for the school budget.” Hoffler asked the board members if they knew what was coming out from the central office to the staff. “Do you understand what the parents are hearing?” she asked. Hoffler said the system had managed “to run off one of the best administrators that we had in this county [GES principal Stacey Austin],” calling that fact “the elephant in the room.” A tearful Heather Williams said her daughter was devastated to learn that art might be cut. “I’m truly scared about the future for our children,” she said. But not all the news was bad. Assistant Superintendent Peter Gretz and Maintenance Chief Sonny Turner outlined a plan to reduce energy consumption by 10 to 12 percent, offsetting an expected increase

in electricity costs. The plan includes lowering thermostats to 70 from 72 degrees during heating season and doing away with any individual electrical devices, such as heaters, coffee makers and the like. “Unplug when possible,” urged Gretz. Actual savings would amount to about $30,000, disappointing to Turner. “My goal was to save one position,” said Turner, acknowledging that with the electricity rate increase that would not happen. Underwood’s budget presentation followed, containing revised figures on the gap between the county and the school system. Increased revenue from the state of about $39,000 coupled with decreased costs for health insurance and for VRS of about $87,000 and $112,000 have reduced the gap to about $1,186,000, said Underwood, before presenting a list of more than 20 areas that could be cut to close he gap. In addition to those already mentioned, Underwood listed, among others: • Eliminating Goochland High School golf, swimming and gymnastics • Eliminating two games from every sports schedule

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except football • Reducing art and music programs at elementary schools to SOQ levels • Instituting participation fees for all extracurricular activities • Having secondary assistant principals teach one section each • Cutting several clerical positions “I can give you 10 reasons for everything that went up on that screen for why we shouldn’t do it,” said Underwood after her presentation, acknowledging the painful nature of many of the recommendations. “I believe you are going to have to make some decisions that people are going to disagree with – that you are going to disagree with,” said Underwood. Board member James Haskell floated the idea of a joint meeting of the board of supervisors and the school board to try to iron out their differences. Chairman Ivan Mattox said he would contact board of supervisors chairman William Quarles about the possibility of such a meeting. But board member Raymond Miller cautioned that there might be legal questions pertaining to a joint

meeting of the two boards and advised consulting the schools’ legal counsel before scheduling such a meeting. On the subject of reducing the number of elementary schools, Miller said that was for consideration in future years should budget cuts continue to be necessary. The board voted unanimously to authorize a reduction in force should it become necessary. Underwood emphasized that the vote was required to take the first step of verifying employment status and did not mean reductions would actually be made. A second public comment period brought more citizen input, including specific recommendations for cuts. Penny Palen proposed eliminating a number of “unmandated” positions, including both the director of elementary and secondary education, a high school assistant principal and several others. Hoffler, speaking a second time, agreed. “If you are going to put teachers on the table you have to put administrators on the table too,” she said. The school board next meets on March 22 for its work session at the high school at 6:30 p.m.

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The county has set its schedule for resdistricting meetings for the five districts.Dates are listed below. All meetings begin at 7 p.m.

Food Bank and partner with Goochland Parks and Recreation to offer monthly canning classes. Sarfaty said the co-op concept had advantages over a market, because vendors could pick or prepare only the amount ordered by customers, thus eliminating wastage. To find out more about the co-op go to localroots. luluslocalfood.com or call Co-op Manager, Jane Conner, at 804-332-3144.

District 1 - Hadensville March 22 at County Line Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, 4070 County Line Road, Kents Store, VA 23084

District 2 March 30 at Goochland Recreation Center, 2415 Sandy Hook Road, Goochland, VA 23063

District 1 - Fife March 24 at Company 4 Firehouse, 2397 HadesvilleFife Road, Goochland, VA 23063

District 3 April 6 at Goochland County Board Meeting Room, Administration Building, 1800 Sandy Hook Road, Goochland, VA 23063

District 4 March 28 at Randolph Elementary School Multipurpose Room, 1552 Shepardtown Road, Crozier, VA 23039 District 5 April 7 at Company 1 Fire House, 180 River Road West, Manakin-Sabot, VA 23103

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EDUCATION: School Board and Academic News

for 12 to 5 p.m. this Saturday, March19 in the GHS Cafeteria. Works from NAHS club members and other art students will be on display. Some will be for sale. Works by local professional artists will also be on display and available for purchase. Club vice president Kline, a sophomore, said the club has 17 members this year up from only four last year. To be a member a student must submit a portfolio and maintain at least a B average in their art classes. Club secretary Johnson, also Photo by Ken Odor a sophomore, said the event was National Art Honor Society members Nicole Diterlizzi, left, Lily Johnson and Jill Kline basically a fundraiser. “We don’t display some of their work which will be on display this Saturday in the GHS cafeteria. see Art show > page 4

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performed in Othello and The Grapes of Wrath and has been active behind the scenes in other productions as assistant to the director, stage manager and assistant sound designer. Daniel, a Longwood freshman theatre major, is the son of Jeff and Robin Ellis of Goochland. Laura Gonzalez returned to the stage in The Threepenny Opera as Mrs. Peachum, who manages the gang of beggars and crooks. In last season’s production of Little Shop of Horrors, Laura portrayed a sassy Doo-Wop girl. She is a 2006 graduate of Atlee High School who won Richmond Idol 2006. Laura is a Longwood senior theatre major and the

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daughter of Conrad and Nancy Gonzalez of Mechanicsville. This production was collaboration between Longwood Theatre and the Department of Music’s Opera Workshop. Music director, Dr. Christopher Swanson, commented that “the students have an unbelievable experience in this class; a typi-

cal university opera workshop course does not usually offer students real dramatic training. Nor do they provide opportunities for underclassmen. At least half of this year’s class is made up of freshmen and sophomores and in the current production several of the leading roles are being performed by underclassmen.”

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be shown, the girls said.Other attractions will include performances by members of the school’s dance department, live music by Riley Allison, an NAHS member who plays violin and previews by actors in costume from the school’s production of “Annie,” which runs this weekend, Friday through Sunday. Raffles, door prizes, drawing lessons and food are

among the other added attractions planned for the show. As well as talking about the upcoming show, the three NAHS officers talked about what art meant to them. “Ever since I can remember I’ve loved art,” said Diterlizzi, who said she was inspired by the beauty of horses. Diterlizzi, who works mostly in chalk pastel, will display a portrait of her pony “Fancy Lady.”

Johnson said art provided an outlet for her. “I can’t stand reality!” she exclaimed. “Art is an escape into the imagination.” She will show her picture called “Blonde Chick,” created with marker and crayon. Johnson said she also likes to work with Sharpies and water color. Kline will show her work “Mistletoe and Dragon,” created with oils, acrylics and water color, a fantasy image she said was inspired by the work of underground artist Anne Stokes. Diterlizzi and Kline both said they hope to go on to major in art in college. The club has gotten help this year from several local patrons. Dawson’s Pharmacy and Subway have made donations, as has the Goochland Rotary Club and former GES art teacher Sandra Barkley. “It’s going to be a really fun interactive event,” said Diterlizzi. “Kids will want to go to get the community involved in art.” For more information on the upcoming art show, go to art teacher Crystal NeilsonHall’s blog at http://blogs.glnd. k12.va.us/teachers/chall/.

continued from > page 3 get any money,” she explained. “The only reason we have any now is because we won the float contest at Homecoming,” she said. In addition to exhibitions of high school students’ work, art from the county’s three elementary schools will also

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Supervisors hear budget requests By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Goochland’s supervisors convened Monday afternoon for a work session to hear budget presentations from eight departments. Animal Control Officer Tim Clough presented his agency’s FY2012 request of $160,153, which matched to the penny the county administration’s recommendation. Clough asked the board to consider increasing boarding fees from $4 per day to $10 per day, and once owner is notified from $10 per day to $15 per day, and increase the pickup fee from $10 to $20. These increases would result in from $750 to $1,000 in additional revenue, said Clough. Clough said the county would need to consider adding a fourth staff member to the agency and expanding the animal shelter in the future. Assessor Glenn Branham

requested $303,159 for the County Assessors office, again in line with the administration’s recommendation. Branham, who went from full-time to part-time last year, asked the county to consider purchasing hand held computer tablets at a cost of $8,500 to speed data collection. Commonwealth’s attorney Claiborne Stokes’ presentation was short and sweet. “I met with Ms. Dickson in December. She asked me to cut and I did,� said Stokes, whose department gets much of its funding from the state. County funds for the agency would increase by $6,474 to $182,485, less than half of the $440,452 total. Supervisor Jim Eads then asked if there was any hope for a viable noise ordinance, to which Stokes answered no, unless a device for measuring decibel levels were used. The Pamunkey Regional Library presentation by

Director Tom Shepley illustrated the changes that the austerity of the recession has caused. The Goochland branch had its hours cut from 60 hours weekly to 42 last year and Shepley reported that computer use was down by 33 percent and other services were down about 19 percent. His request was $382,991, a 2 percent reduction. Shepley said the return to a 60 hour week and the hiring of a reference librarian were desired but not included in this year’s budget. Circuit Court Clerk Lee Turner requested an additional $43,000 in funding for the full time position that was eliminated last year. The position was established in 2004 and the additional work has not gone away, said Turner. Supervisor Ned Creasey asked if fee increases would help and Turner answered in the affirmative. County administrator Rebecca Dickson said that would be

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Same old, same old at the school board Last Tuesday’s Goochland School Board meeting was sort of like déjà vu all over again, as they say. Which might have been what one should expect, in a climate where county revenues have declined for a second straight year and reductions in spending must be made. After hearing that the county is sticking to its original plan (at least for the time being) to transfer about $700,000 less to schools for FY12 than last year, Goochland School Superintendent Linda Underwood briefed board members on areas where cuts might be considered. The list had been sent to the leadership team by email that afternoon and leaked to the community, arousing concern among many. The room was packed, although many in the crowd came to see the numerous recognitions of students that were handed out at the start of the meeting. Many of the suggestions, and Underwood emphasized that’s what they were, only suggestions, have been heard before – like staggered school opening times and extracurricular activity participation fees. Others were new, like cutting the school year to 160 days and eliminating all GMS athletics. Board member Raymond Miller’s idea of possibly closing one elementary school was definitely a new idea but one that if we understand him correctly, was brought up for study as an option for future years. Would it make sense? We don’t know but it would be a big change, requiring great adjustments by the school system. Still others seemed a foregone conclusion, given that no matter if the numbers improve a little, there is still likely to be a pretty large gap, such as keeping the four furlough days and giving up the idea of hiring a math specialist. What brought out that feeling of reliving something you’ve been through before were the comments from some speakers that school administration was just trying to rile up the parents to put pressure on the board of supervisors. We heard that last year. And suggestions that the board cut administrative positions harkened back to last year as well, when GEPA members hammered away at this point with little success. But toward the end board member Jim Haskell tried several times to interest his fellow school board members in his idea of meeting with the supervisors in order to better explain the schools budget. Well, better late than never. If having the two boards meet face to face would help tone down the obvious animosity that exist between the two bodies, it should be done. After covering both boards it’s obvious to this writer that the gulf is so wide that it’s hard to imagine that a joint meeting could do any harm. So why not give it a try? Get the two boards together and let them talk. Maybe something good would come of it. Then perhaps next year the sense of déjà vu all over again will not be so strong. - Ken Odor

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less densely populated environment. But I also believe most of us accept this is not a realistic expectation. Growth and development is essential for an economy to continue to thrive. This is the foundation that establishes a strong and vibrant local economy which, in turn, contributes to a strong and vibrant commonwealth and national economy. However, I believe it is important that growth and development be achieved through a responsible manner, which takes all stakeholders’ needs into consideration. I respectfully ask that you support the wishes of Bellview Gardens residents to locate the proposed Goodwill facility outside of this residential community and into a location surrounded by other retail locations for the following reasons: 1. A More Optimal Retail Location: Locating Goodwill amongst other retail establishments will better position Goodwill to attract customers who are already shopping or conducting business in the immediate surrounding retail area (e.g. grocery store customers, restaurant patrons, etc.). Every successful Goodwill center I have visited is anchored deep inside a retail/business community. This provides 360 degrees of access to the business, giving it the maximum ability to draw, attract and sustain a viable customer base. 2. Community Support: Locating the Goodwill outside of Bellview Gardens will encourage us to be supportive of having a Goodwill location in the area. We WANT Goodwill to succeed and we want it to succeed in Goochland County. We WANT it to continue performing the great work it does in the communities it serves. Building it in a location that does not inhibit our current level of privacy and aesthetic enables all of us to be as supportive as the community needs to be. The strong chari-

table donation potential of this neighborhood is very strong. Having our proud support is a win for Goodwill, its customers, the community and us residents. This is something we should all strive to achieve and sustain. 3. Strong Residential Economic Base Real Estate Tax Base: With all due respect to Goodwill Industries, we believe the proposed location in Bellview Gardens will have a negative impact on neighborhood property values. I have never seen a Goodwill establishment in such close proximity to an upscale residential neighborhood, the reason being that home owners rightfully fear it will reduce the property values of their homes. Should this occur in Bellview Gardens with the proposed construction, two outcomes are very likely to occur: a. Existing home property values will decline, reducing the valuable real estate tax base this neighborhood currently provides. b. The likelihood of attracting additional affluence to the neighborhood to purchase existing homes for sale or to purchase open lots for new construction will be greatly diminished, further reducing the tax base potential of the neighborhood. As our county, commonwealth and nation continue to climb out of one of the worst economic recessions we have ever experienced, it is important that we all bond together as a community to ensure that our economy will thrive. One way to achieve this is to develop the county in a responsible manner, which preserves the economic value of its residential communities while at the same time encouraging proper business growth. Consumer Purchasing Power: In recent years, consumer spending has averaged about 65 to 70 percent of the economy’s gross domestic product (GDP). It also continues to account for more than 60 percent of total employment in the U.S. economy. These are not insignifi-

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cant statistics. They represent the engine that drives the economy. If the proposed Bellview Gardens Goodwill development project is approved, my belief is that over time, the affluence of this neighborhood risks substantial decline, eroding the purchasing power it currently offers to the county. And if this construction proposal becomes widely known by the surrounding communities, it may have the rippling effect of discouraging residency within the county. Once people come to realize that previously residentialonly communities can be negatively impacted by having retail or commercial construction projects approved within it, they will be less likely to risk owning a home in the county. Had I known this project was under consideration before I built a home here, I would not have purchased property here and would more than likely have built in a county other than Goochland. Ensuring that Bellview Gardens retains its moderately affluent status and that Goochland county, in general, properly respects its residential neighborhood’s desire to have their homes remain valuable also ensures a greater potential to continue to draw prosperous homeowners to the county, which benefits everyone. Safety Concerns: Though this neighborhood is by no means large, it has a sizable, vibrant population of children and pets. I often see neighborhood kids walking along the streets or riding their bicycles as well as many of the neighbors walking their dogs. This neighborhood is very conducive to these activities because the streets are relatively quiet and free of traffic; especially traffic from those who do not reside in this neighborhood. With the proposed construction comes the proposal to widen Mills road in order to provide access to both customers and service providers (e.g. trucks delivering and/or receiving merchandise). This proposal will make the neighborhood roads less safe than they currently are, risking injury

to residents, especially children who may run out into traffic to retrieve a dog or cat in harm’s way. None of us wish to experience the anguish of witnessing or dealing with an injured loved one, especially a child. I know the neighborhood does not want this and I firmly believe Goodwill does not want this. Nor do I believe anyone affected by this building proposal desires addressing liability issues that may result from the increased and more dangerous traffic pattern in the neighborhood that would result from this project. All would be better served if the location of this building was at a site away from residential pedestrian traffic (especially children) which properly mitigates the risk of traffic and pedestrian related injuries. To quote Goodwill Industries’ Mission Statement again: “Goodwill Industries International enhances the dignity and quality of life of individuals, families and communities by eliminating barriers to opportunity and helping people in need reach their fullest potential through the power of work.” That their mission incorporates the phrase, “enhances the dignity and quality of life”, speaks volumes of the great work Goodwill performs. I would like to believe they also embrace other attributes that enhance the dignity and quality of life: namely, supporting residential communities wishing to remain solely residential so that they may continue to be protective, peaceful and prosperous communities. Robert and Ellen Kowalski Homeowners, Bellview Gardens

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Letters continued from > page 8 county to interstate 64, running east to west. Expansion of the metropolitan Richmond Region into previously rural Goochland County is evidenced most by the development of commercial and retail businesses along the Broad Street corridor all the way from downtown Richmond, west, through Short Pump, and now even past Centerville. The scenario is typical, as urban areas push out into the countryside across the United States. Existing and planned development of road infrastructure such as 64/295, Broad Street, Route 288, and commercial and residential development such as West Creek Office Park, with mixed-use zoning, paved the way for change in Goochland County. In an effort to preserve the existing quality of life in Goochland, planners and citizens worked together to identify community goals and plan for controlled and orderly growth as development pressures inevitably grew. In addition to the required Master and Comprehensive Plans, Goochland citizens and Board of Supervisors developed the Eastern Growth Management Plan in the 90’s as a citizen and county plan to guide growth as it occurred along Goochland County’s eastern boundary with Henrico. First, a historic overlay district was implemented along the Route 6 corridor to serve as a scenic gateway, and a means to help preserve natural and historic integrity along Patterson Avenue and the James River. Meanwhile, the Broad Street corridor was designated for commercial development. This made perfect sense, since established development patterns headed west along Broad Street from Short Pump, intersected by Route 288 joining Chesterfield, Midlothian, and Powhatan from the South, and access points to interstates 64 and 295 along the northern boundary of the county, all three meeting in Eastern Goochland on Broad Street.

In order to attract and maintain business here, it was necessary for the county to provide infrastructure and services. For this reason investment in water and sewer lines was paid for with loans that have to be repaid. Goochland is now making budget cuts to our children’s education to help service this debt. Next, they will further increase property taxes. Because most citizens cannot afford to pay higher taxes, it is necessary to attract a business tax base to help pay for infrastructure and services; such as education, waste management, water/ sewer, police, fire, rescue, and other government expenses, needed to maintain our quality of life, and attract business. Many Goochland residents are aware that a large service/ retail non-profit business is interested in coming to Goochland. Goodwill Industries is interested in locating along the Broad Street corridor at 288. The first is always the most contentious, but in this case, will serve our community with the ability to recycle and reuse household and personal items and to purchase them at a reasonable price, not to mention the obvious – Goodwill will help share the increasing tax burden we are all facing as tax payers, as Goodwill agrees to pay the hefty ad valorem tax and hook-up fees for public water and sewer, as well as ongoing county sales tax, which will help offset our debt. According to Goochland’s Comprehensive Plan 2023, the Broad Street corridor is designated for commercial use. The transition from rural and residential to business, retail, commercial and residential uses will require attention to traffic patterns and neighborhood boundaries. Concerns about issues related to safety of children playing in the streets are increasing. This will continue until the residential use is enclosed and buffered from future density and motorist traffic planned for this location, anyway. A more secluded, private entrance, adjusted to the actual residential boundaries would help motorists distinguish

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OPINION: Letters to the Editor between residential and commercial entrances, allowing for safer access to Bellview Gardens. This would also allow safe and easy access to Goodwill, and increased property value for all. This would be a win-win. I suggest we hold a design charette to facilitate a planning session where all stakeholder groups work together in an effort to create a site plan to incorporate needs, wants, concerns with county policies to ensure orderly growth and development to protect and enhance the quality of life for residents living in this high-growth area of the county, while also considering ways to realize the positive cash flow we can expect from Goodwill. Let’s work with Goodwill to ensure the structure they build meets our architectural and community standards. We owe it to ourselves and our children. Vernell Burton Goochland Realty

School system in danger There is an ugly aura of incompetence floating over Goochland County’s government. Not only are we the butt of many jokes because of our County Treasurer, but this week Dr. Underwood and the School Board have reached a new level of complete disregard for providing the children of our county with quality education. The kindergarten at Randolph Elementary was irresponsibly and irrationally disrupted on Wednesday because the superintendant of the school system announced on Tuesday that she was freezing all funding for elementary substitute teachers because the middle school substitute teacher fund was out of money. So, when a teacher had to be absent, her class was divided among the three other classes for the entire day! Per the Superintendent, this is what will happen every time a teacher is

absent in elementary school until the end of the school year. How are teachers supposed to teach under these conditions? Is it really so difficult to budget for something as basic as substitute teachers? I cannot believe we live in one of the wealthiest counties in the nation and our school board is unable to properly budget for FIVE schools. I would venture a guess that the other wealthiest counties in the nation have more than five public schools. Unless something is done, we are in serious danger of losing some excellent teachers, and maybe even a school. Tricia Miller Manakin Sabot

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Bulldogs young while Saints and Cougars are challengers BY JIM RIDOLPHI Special Correspondent

As the upcoming girls soccer season gets under way, Goochland High School is preparing for its second year in the tough Jefferson District. At the same time, perennial VISAA powerhouses Collegiate and St. Catherine’s are primed to once again compete for the LIS title. GOOCHLAND The Bulldogs return 10 players, but only four of them were starters last year, so this year’s squad will be young. Coach Tom Reid recognizes the challenges, but also sees some bright spots for his squad. “The strength should be the midfield and striker positions,” Reid said. “The defensive four and keeper are players that need to develop and mature quickly to work as a team.” Strikers Bridget Panas and Tesia Zogran should provide ample offensive punch for the Bulldogs, while midfielders Brook Engel, Amberly Marria, Kayla Cleveland and Kelsey Simmons will also contribute. “They’ve been playing soccer together for years and continue to improve,” Reid said. Cohesiveness will be the key to victory for the young Bulldogs. One of Reid’s main goals is “getting the players to work as a team in support of each other and learn to read the game well enough to compete offensively and defensively every second of their playing time.” While Reid keeps an eye on this year’s wins and losses, he will also monitor other factors that lead up to a successful season. “My goal (as a coach) is for the girls to have fun, play hard with good sportsmanship,” Reid said. “As a coach at this level it is important for the teams to learn that the team

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From left: Goochland’s Tesia Zogran will play an important role at striker for the Bulldogs this season. Center: Collegiate’s Carrie Shadowen will be an integral part of the Cougars’ defense as they look to repeat as VISAA state champions. Right: St. Catherine defensive midfielder Amanda Kim, left, will lay it all on the line to keep her Saints in contention with rival Collegiate once again this season.

comes first while having fun.” Charlottesville, Western Albemarle, Monticello and Fluvanna are just some of the formidable foes on the Bulldog schedule. ST. CATHERINE’S The Saints are looking to improve on their fourth place state finish last year. More importantly, the team can expect another nail biting challenge from Collegiate in the LIS. St. Catherine’s returns a dominating midfield that should anchor the Saints squad for 2011. “Our midfield is a bad mix for opposing defenses; from the back to the front, speed is going to be the key to success,” said head coach Laurie Marshalek. A key player for the Saints will be Amanda Kim, a defensive midfielder who “creates traffic in the attacking zone.” Marshalek also depends on Kim for leadership and experience. “Her skills and talent can influence a match at both ends of the field,” Marshalek said. “She’s a natural leader, a

link from the freshman to the seniors and from the backline to the forwards.” The coach also has strategic goals that should make the Saints season another winner. In addition to defending the counter attack, Marshalek plans include, “Wing Play-if we use the flank players effectively, it will be a challenge to slow them down,” as another key to victory. Marshalek feels the Saints will have to be opportunistic and take advantage of openings. “Converting chances-not wasting opportunities to put the ball in the back of the net,” will be a key element in this year’s success. The coach knows the task won’t be easy, and acknowledges that expectations are high for the Saints. “The bar is set high for this program,” she said. We finished second in the LIS and fourth in the State last year. Three of our four losses came to Collegiate, who won the State Championship.” The Saints are looking for another chance at their arch rivals, and lists as one of their

team’s goals “a return to the LIS championship game.” COLLEGIATE Repeating a championship season is never easy, but Collegiate seems poised to defend as the 2011 opener approaches. The Cougars are in a reload mode, with a sprinkling of experience returning from last year’s VISAA state championship squad. “We return a strong team nucleus despite graduating 10 seniors,” said Coach Bill Rider. “We’ll need to stay healthy as we incorporate some new players into the fray.” On defense, the Cougars

will depend on defender Carrie Shadowen. “She will be called upon to anchor a new defense,” Rider said. According to the coach, midfielders Julia Sroba and Meredith Donahue “will provide creativity and trouble in the midfield.” Last year’s championship victory is providing a fair amount of optimism among the team, and Rider said the clock-beating win opened up some eyes. “Last year’s finish with the winning goal in the waning seconds of the state finals will provide reassurance that any-

thing is possible in any game,” he said. The Cougars will face regional rivals like Douglas Freeman, Mills E. Godwin and Deep Run, as well as facing its traditional LIS foes in the form of St. Catherine’s and Trinity. Rider said his Cougars enter this season with enthusiasm and a strong desire to win. “We have high expectations for ourselves, as we do each year,” Rider said. “The older players welcome the challenge of building on the success of previous seasons.”

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SOCCER PREVIEW

Bulldog boys seek better results BY JIM RIDOLPHI Special Correspondent

The Goochland boys’ soccer team enters this season with a clear-cut goal of improving on last year’s record. That won’t be easy as the team prepares for its second session in the Jefferson District. “Last year was our first

real experience with double A teams,” said Coach Patrick Brook. “We didn’t win as many games as we would have liked, but that has better prepared us for this season. We have stepped up conditioning as we noticed our players were tiring in the second half of play.” One of the returning players who will play a key role in this

year’s campaign is goalkeeper Chris Hawk, a junior who captured MVP honors last year. He is joined by strikers Nick Yuen and Brad Bumgarner. “We expect to see many goals from them this season,” Brook said. Midfielders Logan Stanley, see Bulldogs >page 11


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Bulldogs continued from >page 10 Jesse McWilliams and Jace Gregory also return for the Bulldogs. On defense, Lee McLaughlin and Patrick Reeder will return along with a fresh face that is expected to contribute. “Newcomer Richard Young has found his place at sweeper,” Brook said. Brook feels everything adds up to an improved squad for

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this season, but he realizes the difficult schedule could present problems for the Bulldogs. “We have a tough schedule this season. The Jefferson District has some talented teams,” Brook said. “We expect to be competitive against William Monroe, Louisa, and Orange. Charlottesville gave us some trouble last year, but we intend to come out strong and play each team to the best of our ability.” The coach also has a clear

Congratulations Amara Ezell Amelia Academy standout basketball player Amara Ezell, a Goochland resident, racked up post season awards this season by being named to the All State 1st Team, All-State Tournament Team as well as VCC All-Conference team and VCC All-Tournament Team MVP. Ezell scored 406 points and pulled down 346 rebounds this season to average a doubledouble 15 ppg and 12.8 rpg. Ezel also averaged 4.4 steals and 3.1 assists per game. On the season, Ezell shot 41 percent from 3-point range and 75 percent on free throws. Amelia Academy Coach

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idea of what it will take for the team to be successful. “Victory can only be achieved through teamwork, discipline, and old fashioned hard work,” Brook said. “We have intensified our conditioning and are working to bring out the best team we can.” While the Bulldogs will be chasing victories against some tough competition, Brook realizes the true reward is reflected by the effort displayed by his players. “We hope that this season will be a great experience for all of our players,” he said. “We are trying to foster hard-work, respect, and devotion to the team while improving the skills of our players.”

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along with Rev. Stevie Trent of Mix and Mash at the Center Union Baptist Church, Goochland Branch Library Cumberland, Va. from 6-8 p.m. Play computer Gospel Thundering in games with your friends. Part Goochland, featuring: Faith of Teen Tech Week. Pizza and Redeemers, The Soul Seekers drinks served courtesy of Friends of Mechanicsville, Ed “Dr. of the Goochland Library. Call 556-4774 or visit the library at Guitar”Jones, The Sterling Stars 3075 River Road West for more Quartet,Lucille Abrams and more at 4 p.m. at Jerusalem Baptist information. Church, Manakin-Sabot, Va. 23103. For more information Sunday, March 20 please call Glenda Leabough at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church 749-4842. will hold their annual Men’s Day Celebration at 3 p.m. at 3845 Tuesday, March 22 Shannon Hill Road, Columbia, Rain Barrel Workshop at Va. Rev. Roderick Galloway and Goochland Public Library, 3075 church family will be their guest Thursday, March 17

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sessions will last through April 20. New Line Baptist Church is located at 4876 New Line Rd, Gum Spring, Va. 23065. For more information please call 556-5506.

Goochland Relay For Life Team meeting held at the Goochland Library from 7-8 p.m. Food and door prizes at each meeting. Everyone is invited to attend. For more information visit our website www.relayforlife.org/goochland or contact Val Thursday, March 24 Pace at 763-9187 or valpace@ The New Line Baptist Church ymail.com. would like to invite all churches to attend our annual Lentin Service Friday, March 25 Each Wednesday night during Lenten session at 7 p.m. The Friday, March 25, 2011

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River Road West from 6:30-8 p.m. JRA is partnering with Monacan Soil and Water Conservation District to provide a Rain Barrel Workshop. Participants will make a rain barrel to take home with them. There is a $65 fee per barrel which must be paid in advance – checks payable to JRA. Contact Amber Ellis to register volunteer@jrava.org 788-8811 ext 205.

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(6:30-8:30 p.m.) and Saturday, March 26, 2011 (9-12 p.m.) for our Children’s Spring/ Summer Consignment Sale. Gently used Clothing (infant to child size 16), Accessories, Baby Equipment, Toys, Movies, Games, Outdoor Play and Much More! Event held at Oakland Baptist Church (1.6 miles East of Rt. 522 - Gum Spring Exit 159). Visit our website for details. Oakland Baptist Church, 2965 Oakland Church Road, Gum Spring, VA 23065. Church phone number is 5563550. However, we would like any questions emailed to us at: consignment@oakland-baptist.com.

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3-bdrm modular home with dining rm, living rm, kitchen, 2-full baths, utility room on 2-acres of property. $800/month + $700 Security Deposit. References Required. No Pets! Call 804-375-3394

Alterations -Seamstress Offering 30 ExperienceFrom Mending to Making Prom Dresses! For More information, Call Terrie 543-5995

Eastern Powhatan, 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Available April 15th, 2011. $1,350/mo. Call Ron 239-2476

HUNTING & FISHING PLACES Established 30+ year hunting club. Well Insured. Looking for deer & turkey hunting land leases. Contact Ricky Witt at 804-397-0634.

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Seeking Tillable Pasture in Goochland and surrounding counties to Rent. Will pay $55. and up per acre. Call Clarence Woodward at 804-513-8656 or 804-767-0213.

Homes for Sale HOME SITES, LOTS, LAND

CLEANING & HOUSEKEEPING House Cleaning Services available for weekly, biweekly & monthly. Great Rates & Excellent References. Supplies Provided. Call 804-556-3853 or 804-347-3926.

HAULING Ăť Abandoned Junk Cars Wanted Ăť Pay $250 up to $1,000 No title needed. 804-677-0156. TD 41015

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Announcements

Contractor Downsizing Multi-Family Estate Sale: Antiques, Tools, HVAC, Appliances, Collectibles, Toys, Furniture. Fri., 3/18, 12-6pm & Sat. 3/19, 8am-3pm. 16470 Estate Lane, Montpelier 23192 NO EARLY BIRDS PLEASE! March 25 & 26 - Oakland Baptist Church - Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Spring / Summer Consignment Sale! Clothing (infant-child size 16), Accessories, Baby Equipment, Toys, Movies, Games, Outdoor Play & More! Visit www.oakland-baptist.com for more details or call 804.556.3550.

YARD & ESTATE SALES 23103 - Sat, 3/19, 8-12, 312 Hickory Dr. Din.rm. table, couches, loveseat & more. TD 43965

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APPLIANCE REPAIR Dominion Appliance Service - Offering prompt and professional service on all major household appliances. Over 20 years of experience in central Virginia. $49.95 diagnostics fee. Same Day service available. Call or text (804) 885-0009.

Brooks Davis Lawn & Landscaping, LLC Mowing, Mulching, Leaf Removal, Aerating, Seeding, Fertilizing, and More! Fully Insured. Email BDavisLandL@aol.com or 804-356-0223

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POWER WASHING BL&G Powerwashing Lic / Ins. Houses, Decks, Fences etc. Deck Sealing & Staining avail. Free Est, Donald Cassity 317-9156, 779-0349.

Elite Powerwashing- Cleaning all Surfaces Gutter Cleaning Call 804-314-0150

65.87-acre Estate Tract

  Unionville, VA (Orange County) Auction Onsite: Friday, March 25th at 12pm This estate-size tract is located in Rocky Run and offers a park-like setting with beautiful views, open pasture areas, and hardwood forest. Convenient and private setting with gently-rolling topography and several streams. Rare opportunity to purchase such a beautiful and unique property! Plat available online.

From Orange: Travel north on Rt. 20 to a right onto Rt. 650 (just 2 miles east of Rt. 552). Take           miles, turn left onto Rt. 619 (Sunnyside Road). Follow to property on the right. Look for sign! Property Preview: Sunday, March 13th (12-2pm) Self-guided inspections welcomed during daylight hours.

Sale Manager: Greg Lester (454) 942-7000

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AERUS - Offering the LUX Line of Vacuums Air Filtration, Shampooers, Room Heaters Tom Sutterfield: Sales, Parts & Service Home 804-556-3836 Cell 804-405-4046 Ray Satterwhite - Office 804-323-1400 The Original Electrolux Vacuum 1924 - 2003 Advertise with The Goochland Gazette Call 746-1235 to hear about The Localâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s upcoming advertising opportunities!

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YARD & ESTATE SALES River Road United Methodist Church Annual Yard Sale 8800 River Road, 23229 (at River Road, near Parham Road). Saturday, March 19, 8am-12 noon. Dishes, Linens, Appliances, Garden, Baby Items, Jewelry, etc, Bake Sale.

Merchandise

Recreation WATERSPORTS LUXURY - ’08 42ft 5th Wheel, 2 bdrms, 5 slideouts, W/D, D/W, microwave, 2 airs, many more extras. Great condition, must sell, $45,200/obo. Call 804-640-0066. TD 45391

TREE SERVICE

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ELLIS TREE SERVICE, LLC. Mike Ellis, Cert. Arborist MA-5162A Take Downs, Trimming, Stump Grinding 24 Hr. Emergency Services Available Competitive Pricing - Over 18 yrs. Exp. Insured / Free Estimates 746-4408

Bed - New Mattress Set in Plastic w/ warr. Full $99, Queen $109, King $189. Delivery/Lay -A-Way. 218-0680 Central Boiler E-Classic OUTDOOR FURNACES. Cleaner & Greener. EPA Qualified. Trade out your old outdoor furnace NOW & save up to $5000! Ellis Contracting 804-366-9536. www.vawoodheat.com STEEL ARCH BUILDINGS! THOUSANDS OFF Spring Clearance! Canceled Orders, Repo’s. 30x35, 16x24, 25x36, others. Limited supply selling for Balanced Owed. Additional Display Program Savings. 866352-0469. CALL NOW!

Transportation WANTED AUTOS A. J. ’S JUNK CAR REMOVAL 804-441-4314 WE BUY JUNK CARS $100 & UP!!!

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EVENTS MARKETING (A Rare Opportunity) Creative Energy, a Prosperous Richmond company in the home improvement industry, is expanding. Must be outgoing, positive, and energetic. Prior industry experience not necessary; training program provided; part-time position; weekend availability is a must. Call Hilari Marshall between 9am-5pm.

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Legal Notices TRUSTEE SALES NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE OF Lots in Boundary Run Subdivision Gum Spring, Virginia (Goochland County) In execution of a Deed of Trust in the name of Newline, LLC dated August 30, 2006 and recorded as Instrument #060004589 in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of Goochland County, Virginia, which Noteholder is Bank of Virginia, the undersigned Substitute Trustees, either of whom may act, will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder, at the front entrance of the Goochland County Circuit Court, 2938 River Road West, Goochland, Virginia on March 22, 2011 at 10:00 a.m., the following property: All those lots or parcels of land, lying and being situate in the Lickinghole Magisterial District of Goochland County, Virginia as shown on a plat of survey made by Michael L. Parrish & Associates, Inc., C.L.S., entitled "Boundary Run, Lickinghole District, Goochland County, Virginia" dated April 2, 2007, revised June 29, 2007 and recorded in the Circuit Court Clerk’s Office of Goochland County, Virginia as Instrument #070003634. The lots or parcels are further described as follows: 3740 Boundary Run Road:, Lot 1, containing 3.00 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-1 3750 Boundary Run Road:, Lot 2, containing 3.00 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-2 3754 Boundary Run Road:, Lot 3, containing 4.205 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-3 3758 Boundary Run Road: Lot 4, containing 7.068 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-4, 3762 Boundary Run Road:, Lot 5, containing 3.243 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-5 3768 Boundary Run Road:, Lot 6, containing 2.088 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-6 3769 Boundary Run Road:, Lot 8, containing 3.119 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-8 3767 Boundary Run Road:, Lot 9, containing 2.090 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-9 4948 Austin Lane: Lot 10, containing 3.194 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-10 4944 Austin Lane: Lot 11, containing 2.980 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-11 4940 Austin Lane: Lot 12, containing 4.072 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-12 4943 Austin Lane: Lot 13, containing 6.088 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-13 3761 Boundary Run Road: Lot 15, containing 2.907 ± acres; Tax Map #13-24-15 3757 Boundary Rn Road: Lot 16, containing 2.833 ± acres; Tax Map #13-24-16, 3753 Boundary Run Road: Lot 17, containing 3.980 ± acres; Tax Map #13-24-17 4862 Kimber Lane: Lot 18, containing 5.872 ± acres; Tax Map #13-24-18 4868 Kimber Lane: Lot 19, containing 3.170 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-19 4872 Kimber Lane: Lot 20, containing 5.093 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-20 4916 Penny Lane: Lot 21, containing 3.949 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-21 4875 Kimber Lane: Lot 22, containing 3.849 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-22 4873 Kimber Lane: Lot 23, containing 3.837 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-23 4867 Kimber Lane: Lot 24, containing 5.477 ± acres, Tax Map #13-24-24 3741 Boundary Run Road: Lot 26 containing 4.472 ±


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acres, Tax Map #13-24-26 In addition, sale shall be made subject to all existing easements and restrictive covenants as the same may lawfully affect the real estate. Property to be sold in "AS IS" condition without any warranties. Property shall be conveyed to the purchaser by special warranty deed. Terms of Sale: Cash, Cashier’s or Certified Check at sale made payable to Hill and Rainey Attorneys. Certified funds must be presented to Trustee for inspection at the start of sale in order to be qualified to bid. Bidding Increments: Not less than $100.00. A deposit of $5,000.00, for each of the lots, will be required from the successful bidder at the time of sale with settlement within twenty (20) days from the date of sale. Additional terms may be announced at the time of sale. Pursuant to the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, we advise you that this communication is from a debt collector attempting to collect the indebtedness referred to herein and any information we obtain will be used for that purpose. Robert B. Hill, T. O. Rainey, III and Shelley Richardson, Substitute Trustees This is a communication from a debt collector. FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: Hill and Rainey Attorneys 2425 Boulevard, Suite 9 Colonial Heights, Virginia 23834 (804) 526-8300, Ext. 124

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CLASSIFIEDS: Call (804) 746-1235 x 3 to place an ad. TRUSTEE SALES TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 3008 Heath Mill Drive, Sandy Hook, VA 23153. In execution of a certain deed of trust dated July 19, 2006, in the original principal amount of $332,000.00 recorded in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court for Goochland County, Virginia, in Instrument No. 060003672, default having occurred in the payment of the Note thereby secured and at the request of the holder, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at public auction in the front of the Circuit Court building for Goochland County, 2938 River Road West, Goochland, VA 23063, on April 01, 2011, at 5:00 PM, the property described in said deed of trust, located at the above address, and more particularly described as follows: ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT, PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND WITH ALL IMPROVEMENTS THEREON AND APPURTENANCES THERETO BELONGING, LYING AND BEING IN THE LICKINGHO0LE DISTRICT OF GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA, NORTH OF, BUT NOT ADJACENT TO STATE ROUTE 673 AND SHOWN AND DESIGNATED AS LOT 29, CONTAINING 3.00 ACRES, MILL FOREST II, SECTION 1 ON THAT CERTAIN PLAT OF SURVEY PREPARED BY MICHAEL L. PARRISH & ASSOCIATES, PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYORS, ENTITLED "MILL FOREST II, SECTION 1, LICKINGHOLE DISTRICT, GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA", DATED APRIL 13, 2001, REVISED JULY 11, 2001, A COPY OF WHICH IS RECORDED IN THE CLERK’S OFFICE, CIRCUIT COURT, GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA, IN PLAT BOOK 19, PAGES 27-33, REFERENCE TO WHICH PLAT IS HEREBY MADE FOR A MORE PARTICULAR DESCRIPTION OF THE LAND. TOGETHER WITH A PERPETUAL, NON-EXCLUSIVE AND UNOBSTRUCTED EASEMENT OF RIGHT OF WAY FOR ACCESS, INGRESS AND EGRESS, FIFTY (50) FEET IN WIDTH FROM THE ABOVEMENTIONED PROPERTY TO STATE ROUTE 673, OVER, THROUGH AND ACRESS "WILLOW TRACE LANE" AND "ROCK CRESS LANE" AND "HEATH MILL DRIVE", AS SHOWN ON THE ABOVE MENTIONED PLAT. THE DEVELOPED, GORDON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC., EXPRESSLY RESERVED UNTO ITSELF, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS A NON-EXCLUSIVE EASEMENT AND RIGHT TO CONVEY AN EASEMENT OVER SAID RIGHT OF WAY AS A MEANS OF ACCESS, INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR OTHER LOTS IN THE SUBDIVISION..TERMS OF SALE: ALL CASH. A bidder’s deposit of ten percent (10%) of the sale price or ten percent (10%) of the original principal balance of the subject deed of trust, whichever is lower, in the form of cash or certified funds payable to the Substitute Trustee must be present at the time of the sale. The balance of the purchase price will be due within fifteen (15) days of sale, otherwise Purchaser’s deposit may be forfeited to Trustee. Time is of the essence. Sale is subject to post sale confirmation that the borrower did not file for protection under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code prior to the sale, as well as to post-sale confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the loan servicer including, but not limited to, determination of whether the borrower entered into any repayment agreement, reinstated or paid off the loan prior to the sale. In any such event, the sale shall be null and void, and the Purchaser’s sole remedy, in law or equity, shall be the return of his deposit without interest . Additional terms to be announced at the sale. A form copy of the Trustee’s memorandum of foreclosure sale and contract to purchase real property is available for viewing at www.bgwsales.com. This is a communication from a debt collector and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. The sale is subject to seller confirmation. Substitute Trustee: Equity Trustees, LLC, 2020 N. 14th Street, Suite 750, Arlington, VA 22201, (703)548-4600. For information contact: Bierman, Geesing, Ward & Wood, LLC, attorneys for Equity Trustees, LLC, 4520 East West Highway, Suite 200, Bethesda, MD 20814, (301) 961-6555, website: www.bgwsales.com. BGWW# 119235 ASAP# 3941031 03/17/2011, 03/24/2011

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Public Input Solicited for Regional Solid Waste Management Plan Amendment The Central Virginia Waste Management Authority (CVWMA) requests input from interested parties as to the development of an amendment to the regional Solid Waste Management Plan (SWMP). The public will have the opportunity to comment on the proposed amendment to the Plan 9:00 a.m. March 18, 2011 at the Central Virginia Waste Management Authority (CVWMA) Board of Directors meeting. The meeting will be held at 2104 West Laburnum Avenue, Richmond, VA. The proposed SWMP amendment will define expansion plans for the 623 Landfill owned by Republic Services and located at 1961 Ashland Road, Rockville, Virginia. In the County of Goochland. All interested parties are encouraged to review the 2004-2024 CentralVirginia Solid Waste Management Plan. Copies are available at the CVWMA office, 2104 West Laburnum Avenue, Suite, 105, Richmond, VA; at the Richmond Regional Planning District Commission office, 9211 Forest Hill Avenue, Suite 200, Richmond, VA 23235, VA; and at the Crater Planning District Commission Office, 1964 Wakefield Avenue, Petersburg,VA. Citizens may also submit written comments prior to the public meeting but no later than March 17, 2011 to Mr. Bernard Harris, CVWMA, 2100 W. Laburnum Ave, Suite 105, Richmond, Virginia 23227; or by e-mail to bharris@cvwma.com.These comments will become part of the permanent record and be considered in the development of the amendment.

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Redistricting 2011 The Goochland County Board of Supervisors invites you to participate in Goochland County’s 2011 Redistricting process by attending a community meeting. Each meeting will start at 7:00 P.M.

Anyone can attend any meeting District

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County Line Baptist Church Fellowship Hall 4070 County Line Road, Kents Store, VA 23084

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Company 4 Fire House 2397 Hadensville-Fife Road, Goochland, VA 23063

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Goochland Recreation Center 2415 Sandy Hook Road, Goochland, VA 23063

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144 temporary farmworkers needed for common field labor in tobacco, sweet potatoes, cotton and other diversified crops in Sampson, Johnston and Wayne Counties, North Carolina, for Shady Ridge Corp. or Jeffrey C. Lee Farms, Inc., joint employers, with work beginning on or about 03/28/2011 and ending on or about 11/27/2011. The minimum offered wage rate that workers will be paid is $9.30 per hour and piece rates are offered depending on crop activity. Workers must commit to work the entire contract period. Workers are guaranteed work for 3/4 of the contract period, beginning with the first day the worker arrives at the place of employment. All work tools, supplies and equipment are provided at no cost to the worker. Housing will be provided to those workers who cannot reasonably return to their permanent residence at the end of each working day. Transportation and subsistence will be provided by the employer upon completion of 50% of the work contract, or earlier, to workers who are recruited outside the area of intended employment. Applicants must provide documentation that they are eligible legally to work in the United States. Workers may be required to submit to random drug and alcohol testing. Applicants should report or send resumes to the nearest local office of their State Workforce Agency and reference job order #NC10004351. Job service agents should contact William Grant, NC ESC-Ag Services at (919) 733-3210. EOE. C11040-27493.

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32 temporary farmworkers needed for common field labor in tobacco, squash, butterbeans, corn, soybeans, cotton and other diversified crops in Sampson County, North Carolina, for Ted West Farms with work beginning on or about 04/22/2011 and ending on or about 11/10/2011. The minimum offered wage rate that workers will be paid is $9.30 per hour and piece rates are offered depending on crop activity. Workers must commit to work the entire contract period. Workers are guaranteed work for 3/4 of the contract period, beginning with the first day the worker arrives at the place of employment. All work tools, supplies and equipment are provided at no cost to the worker. Housing will be provided to those workers who cannot reasonably return to their permanent residence at the end of each working day. Transportation and subsistence will be provided by the employer upon completion of 50% of the work contract, or earlier, to workers for whom the employer is legally obligated to supply housing. Applicants must provide documentation that they are eligible legally to work in the United States. Workers may be required to submit to random drug and alcohol testing. Applicants should report or send resumes to the nearest local office of their State Workforce Agency and reference job order #NC10012077. Job service agents should contact William Grant, NC ESC-Ag Services at (919) 733-3210. EOE. C-11056-28110.

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICES The Goochland County Board of Supervisors will hold public hearings on Tuesday, March 29, 2011 beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the Goochland County High School/Middle School Complex Auditorium, 3250-A River Road West, Goochland, VA 23063 Goochland, VA on the following: 1. An ordinance to Amend Chapter 13 (“Taxation”), Article I (“In General”) of the Goochland County Code by Amending Section 13-1 (“Bad Checks”) to Increase the Fee Charged for Returned Checks, Drafts or Orders from $25.00 to $35.00. 2. An Ordinance to Amend the Goochland County Code, Chapter 5.5 (“Fees and Taxes”), Article II (“Schedule of Fees and Charges”), Section 5.5-26 (“Water and Sewer Charges”) to Increase the General County and Tuckahoe Creek Service District Water and Sewer Volume Charges; and to Establish Separate Bi-monthly Service Charges for the General County System and Tuckahoe Creek Service District and to Increase Such Service Charges Accordingly, Pursuant to the Authority Found in Sections 15.2-2111, 15.2-2119, 15.2-2122, 15.2-2143 and 15.2-2403 of the Code of Virginia. 3. The County Administrator’s Proposed FY2011-2012 County Budget, the Proposed FY2012-2016 Capital Improvement Program, the Proposed School Board FY2011-2012 Budget, and Proposed 2011 Tax Rates (a brief summary of these budgets, which shall be for information and fiscal planning purposes only, will be advertised on March 17th in accordance with Virginia Code Section 15.2-2506). The above information/applications/plans/ordinances/resolutions/ amendments can be viewed in the County Administrator’s office, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Meeting accommodations, including interpreters, are provided upon request. TDD 556-5317. E-mail: countyadmin@co.goochland.va.us. Website: www.co.goochland.va.us.


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COUNTY OF GOOCHLAND, VIRGINIA PROPOSED FY2011-12 BUDGET The Board of Supervisors will conduct the following public hearings on Tuesday, March 29, 2011 at various times beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the Goochland County High School/Middle School Complex Auditorium, 3250-A River Road West, Goochland, VA 23063. Information is available for public review in the County Administrator’s Office, in the Goochland Branch public library, and via the Internet at http://www.co.goochland.va.us at the Finance Department page. 1. FY 2011-2012 SCHOOL PUBLIC EDUCATION EXPENDITURES Instruction Administration, Attendance and Health Pupil Transportation Operation and Maintenance Technology Contingency Reserve SUBTOTAL Schools-Grants School-Debt TOTAL REVENUES Local State Other SUBTOTAL Schools-Grants Schools-Debt Local TOTAL

County Administrator’s FY2012 Proposed $ 16,242,826 1,153,863 2,456,068 2,483,720 1,359,979 -1,424,613 $ 22,271,843 1,320,410 2,849,355 $ 26,441,608 $ 16,637,174 5,569,682 64,987 $ 22,271,843 1,320,410 2,849,355 $ 26,441,608

Proposed budget does not include School Cafeteria Fund 2. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN The County Administrator’s recommended Pro Forma CIP is prepared and published for information and planning purposes only. There is no designation or allocation of any CIP funds for any purpose until there has been an appropriation for that purpose by the Board of Supervisors. The Pro Forma CIP is for informative and planning purposes and will not be approved, adopted or ratified by the Board of Supervisors at this public hearing. Upon the adoption by the Board of Supervisors on 4/5/11, funding for the FY2012 Projects will be appropriated while projects proposed for FY2013-2016 are only presented for planning purposes. COUNTY/SCHOOLS PROJECTS Uses: Buildings and Grounds Information Systems Library Parks and Recreation TOTAL COUNTY/SCHOOLS PROJECTS Sources: General Fund “Pay Go” Real Property Taxes dedicated to Parks/Open Space Proffers TOTAL SOURCES UTILITIES PROJECTS USES: Wastewater Water

FY2012 Proposed $

$ $ $

180,000 50,000 91,385 245,000 566,385 230,000 200,000 136,385 566,385

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25,000 85,000

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110,000

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40,000 70,000 110,000

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3. FY 2011-2012 GOOCHLAND COUNTY BUDGET: The making of a general county levy or the imposition of other taxes or the collections of such levy or taxes shall not constitute an appropriation nor an obligation or duty to appropriate any funds by the Board of Supervisors for any purpose, expenditure or contemplated expenditure. The laying or making of any levy in an amount sufficient to cover or pay all estimated and contemplated expenditures for the fiscal year shall not be construed as imposing any obligation or duty on the Board of Supervisors to appropriate any amount whatsoever. No part of the funds raised by general county levies or taxes shall be considered available, allocated or expended for any purpose until there has been an appropriation of funds for that expenditure or purpose by the Board of Supervisors. Further, the advertisement of this contemplated budget does not limit, in any way, the ability of the Board to make further reductions or adjustments at any time as deemed necessary or appropriate by the Board. The following is a brief synopsis of the proposed operating budget for the Fiscal Year 2011-2012 as required by Section 15.2-2506 of the Code of Virginia. This proposed budget reflects the entire operating and all known capital outlay costs of each department, including grants and contributions from both the Commonwealth of Virginia and the Federal Government.

Board of Supervisors County Administrator County Attorney Human Resources/Risk Management Commissioner of Revenue Assessment Treasurer Finance Purchasing Information Systems Registrar Circuit Court General District Court Magistrate Clerk of Circuit Court Sheriff-Court Related Commonwealth Attorney Sheriff Fire-Rescue Emergency Planning Forest Fire Prevention Correction & Detention Building Inspections Animal Control Emergency Service-Dispatch Fire-Rescue Training Ctr. Emergency Communication Services Convenience Center Buildings & Grounds Contributions Health Department Community Services Board Free Clinic and Family Services Health & Welfare Misc. Recreation Library Community Development Admn. Planning Geographic Information Systems Civil/Environmental Soil & Water Extension General & Schools Debt/Countywide Total General Fund Comprehensive Services Capital Projects Social Services Schools Operating Schools-Grants Schools-Cafeteria James River Sanitary District Utility-Operations TCSD-Utility TCSD-Debt TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES

County Administrator’s FY 2012 Proposed Expenditures 180,716 343,250 334,868 69,578 262,623 334,478 363,611 361,238 120,474 511,219 185,556 32,400 11,000 4,000 500,301 489,240 452,332 2,348,145 1,685,155 106,723 9,900 726,300 368,863 181,073 577,624 25,400 303,000 871,632 908,117 82,211 202,492 255,980 135,588 4,900 550,941 382,991 299,581 396,192 149,109 93,788 25,440 50,157 4,307,083 $ 19,605,269 $

750,000 636,385 2,017,535 22,271,843 1,320,410 1,015,042 38,000 1,441,468 3,400,634 3,401,887 $ 55,898,473

4. 2011 TAX RATES The following is a list of potential 2011 tax rates that have been proposed by the County Administrator. These rates are proposed only and may or may not be the actual rates adopted by the Board of Supervisors in April. $ .53 per $100 assessed valuation Real Estate $ .53 per $100 assessed valuation Mobile Homes $4.00 per $100 assessed valuation Personal Property (vehicles qualifying for PPTRA 52% State Tax Relief) $2.00 per $100 assessed valuation Personal Property for Volunteer Fire/Rescue personnel $2.00 per $100 assessed valuation Vehicles modified for handicapped use Antique cars are exempt from Personal Property Taxation $3.75 per $100 assessed valuation Common Carriers $3.75 per $100 assessed valuation Machinery & Tools $4.00 per $100 assessed valuation Aircraft $4.00 per $100 assessed valuation Boats $ .08 per $100 assessed valuation Real Estate in the James River Sanitary District (Ad valorem) $ .31 per $100 assessed valuation Tuckahoe Creek Service District (Ad valorem) The above can be viewed in the County Administrator’s office, Monday through Friday, 8:30-5:00 p.m. TDD 556-3617. Website: www.co.goochland.va.us.


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Henrico CASA will join with its Chesterfield counterpart to host the annual Superhero Run at St. Joseph’s Villa on April 9. The event is designed to raise funds and community awareness of the victims of abuse living in the Richmond area.

Henrico CASA making a difference, one child at a time By Jim Ridolphi Contributing Writer Children of families involved in court related matters often find themselves in turmoil and reach out for resources that can assist them through a difficult situation. Those concerns often lead to a visit to the Henrico Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). The agency provides resources for children who are abused or neglected and are involved in the juvenile and domestic court in

Henrico County. CASA volunteers are assigned to cases through the court system and seek the best outcomes for children who often fall through the cracks. Cases with assigned CASA volunteers are more likely to result in outcomes that protect the future of the affected children, and courts often require parents of these children to access more resources. The system relies on a dedicated group of volunteers, who commit time and energy to the effort. Potential counselors

undergo an extensive training program before entering service, and classes are offered through the private, non-profit agency. Henrico CASA served 277 children last year (July 1, 2009 - June 30, 2010). Our mission is to serve every child in Henrico County that is referred to us by a Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court judge,” said CASA program manager Dayle Goldberg. Volunteers spend a couple of hours a month with in home visits and prepare written reports to judges, and work closely with

social workers in many cases. After more than 30 hours of training, the volunteers are well acquainted with the juvenile justice system and the issues facing affected youth. “Because we are a volunteerbased organization, we are always seeking dedicated and committed people to join us as we advocate for children who find themselves in the court system through no fault of their own,” Goldberg said. “It is one of the most rewarding see CASA on page 3

The Virginia Educational Media Association (VEMA) has selected Ann M. Martin, educational specialist for library services, as the 2011 Media Educator of the Year. The distinction recognizes educators for outstanding contributions in developing educational media and technology programs and for professional leadership in the field. Martin will be recognized at the state conference held in Richmond in November. “It is humbling and exciting to accept the VEMA award for Media Educator of the Year,” says Martin. “I am grateful to my peers and colleagues for this recognition of excellence in library leadership. It validates the outstanding support that Henrico County Public Schools libraries receive from our school board and administration and confirms the library’s important role in student achievement.” Julie Tate, library media specialist for Hanover County Public Schools, nominated T H E

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Organized by a student committee, daylong and overnight events are scheduled including a limbo competition, air band competitions and a dance-off. Over the course of the last four years, the students of Deep Run have raised more than $451,000.00 for local charities. Last year’s event raised $137,000, and the school hopes to break its record this year. For more information, please visit

the Web site at www.mddrhs. org. To make a donation to the dance, please contact faculty director Kathleen Kern at kbkern@henrico.k12.va.us. To participate in the dance, each student is required to collect $100 in pledge money. Proceeds will support Shady Grove Family YMCA, Positive Vibe Foundation, Coordinators 2 Inc., Fan Free Clinic, ReeseStrong Foundation Inc.,

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experiences a person can have as a volunteer. Just knowing that you may be that one consistent person in a child’s life and the one who listens is an amazing thing.” In many cases, the CASA volunteers make the difference between a life of foster care and the security of a loving adoption. The efforts are a preventative measure to offset the negative effects of children who don’t receive the proper attention in abuse and neglect services. They

are often prone to a path of juvenile delinquency and eventual adult offenders. Nationwide, CASA believes communities are better served with preventative measures that reach youth early and provide resources that allow a chance at better outcomes. “CASA volunteers provide the judge with factual information gathered as a result of their extensive and comprehensive investigation of the child’s situation,” Goldberg said. “Visiting the child on a weekly basis and becoming familiar with what is happening with the child and the family gives the CASA the opportunity to have the informa-

tion the judge needs to make the important decisions that have to be made in the best interest of the child,” she added. Henrico CASA will join with its Chesterfield counterpart to host the annual Superhero Run at St. Joseph’s Villa on April 9. The event is designed to raise funds and community awareness of the victims of abuse living in the Richmond area. The Martin Agency will sponsor the event, a 5K race and family fun event on the campus at 8000 Brook Road. “Henrico and Chesterfield CASA are thrilled to host their

second Superhero Run and help increase awareness of the special needs of abused and neglected children in our community,” said Barbara Herzog, executive director of Henrico CASA. “We are grateful for The Martin Agency’s partnership and support in bringing this unique event to the Richmond region,” she added. Runners are urged to run in their favorite superhero’s outfit and the best costumes will be recognized along with the race winners. For more information on the race or CASA, email superhero@ henricocasa.org or call 501-1670.

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