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Goochland man held in Crozier store holdup By Ken Odor jodor@goochland gazette.com

Goochland Sheriff ’s deputies arrested Gum Springs resident Michael Wayne Duncan, 37, last week for the April 19 robbery of Taylor’s Country Market in Crozier. Sherriff’s Office spokesman Chad Hatton said Duncan was taken into custody without incident two days later at his residence in the 3500 block of Broad Street Road. Deputies executing a search warrant recovered evidence from the Taylor’s Country Market robbery and another robbery that occurred earlier Tuesday at the Nash Mart on East Hundred Road in Chester, said Hatton. According to initial reports, he displayed what appeared to be handgun covered by a paper towel and demanded money at the Crozier store, fleeing on foot with an undisclosed amount. Surveillance photos released by the Goochland Sheriff ’s Office showed a man walking through the aisles of the Crozier store and apparently taking cash from the register. “The surveillance video was what led to his identification and arrest,” said Hatton. Chesterfield Police said that

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Duncan entered the Nash Mart in Chester and talked with clerks and browsed the store, returning later with a handgun. A store clerk wrestled with him and he fled the store on foot. Chesterfield Police also said that surveillance video aided in his identification. Hatton said Duncan has been charged with armed robbery and use of a firearm during the commission of a felony. He is also charged with attempted robbery and use of a firearm during the commission of a felony in the Chesterfield incident. Duncan was being held in Henrico County Jail without bond. He was scheduled for arraignment on Monday, April 25.

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Goochland parent Sonya Marsh has filed papers to run for the District 4 School Board seat this fall.

District 4 school board candidate has four boys in county schools By Ken Odor jodor@goochland gazette.com

Yet another school board district will have a new name on the ballot this fall, since Sonya L. Marsh declared last week she will run for the District 4 seat on the

board. With four boys in Goochland public schools, Marsh said she feels changes need to be made in the current leadership with “new and fresh voices.” Marsh said she is familiar with

the wide range of curricula in the schools, since she has one son with Autism Spectrum Disorder, who has an IEP (Individual Education Plan) and other sons in advanced

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Domestic violence and sexual assault are crimes that affect hundreds of Virginians each year, and prosecuting those cases takes a dedicated and informed professional. Fortunately, Goochland County has just such a person in their Commonwealth Attorney’s Office. Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Nancy Oglesby was recently recognized for her years of service, many of them dealing with sexual assault and domestic violence, and was presented with the Virginia S. Duvall Distinguished J and DR Prosecutor award by the Virginia Association of Commonwealth’s Attorneys (VACA). The Goochland Board of Supervisors recognized Oglesby for the honor at its April meeting. County administrator Rebecca Dickson prepared the formal recognition, which said “The criteria for receiving this award is not only being recognized for being a good Prosecutor in the recipient’s home jurisdiction but also looks at service to fellow J&DR Prosecutors around the state, service to the legal community that improves the prosecution of cases originating in J&DR court; and service to the community related to the prosecution of cases originating in J&DR court.” It’s an award well earned in Oglesby’s case. She’s handled more than 10,000 domestic violence and sexual assault cases, and understands the importance of successful prosecutions when dealing with offenders. “Domestic violence is a crime that has far reaching consequences,” Oglesby said. “The cases take on a different dynamic than most

crimes, because often the victim does not want the offender prosecuted by the time the case comes to court. It is important that the judicial system consistently sends the message that domestic abuse is a criminal act and not just a family matter,” she added. Serving in the Goochland Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office since 2005, Oglesby assisted in the formation of the county’s Multidisciplinary Team for Response to Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence. Many jurisdictions have turned to Oglesby to assist in these types of cases, and she has served as special prosecutor in localities throughout the state. She is also active in instructing professionals regarding domestic violence and sexual assault prosecutions and serves on various boards around the state including Governor McDonnell’s Domestic Violence Prevention team. “Because of this expertise, I am asked to do prosecutions throughout the state in these areas when the local office has a conflict. I have been appointed special prosecutor for cases in Powhatan, Fluvanna, Henrico, Louisa, Chesterfield, Hanover and Caroline Counties as well as the city of Richmond,” Oglesby said. She began her legal career in Chesterfield County as a deputy commonwealth’s attorney. “During my time in Chesterfield I prosecuted almost entirely these types of cases – including domestic violence homicides as well as sexual assaults against both adults and children,” she said. While her duties in Goochland involve all types of prosecutions, she hasn’t lost her passion on legal issues concerning domestic violence and sexual assault.

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Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Nancy Oglesby was honored for her work by her fellow prosecutors.

“Since I have been in Goochland, I handle all types of cases – but I continue to train advocates, law enforcement and other prosecutors on legal issues concerning domestic violence and sexual assault,” Oglesby said. She searches for unique approaches to difficult prosecutions and deals with victims who are often hesitant to proceed. “One of the areas I train others in frequently is in preparing to prosecute domestic violence cases without the involvement of the victim,” the Furman University alumnus said. “This method of investigation and prosecution allows the case to be presented successfully regardless of the level of the victim’s cooperation. Often, prosecuting the case without the victim in fact keeps them safer in that they are not put in the position of having to testify,” she added. Oglesby, a T.C. Williams Law School graduate, is married with two daughters. Time off with her family is a priority when she’s not at work. “I am married and have two daughters who are 10 and 12,” she said. “Their activities keep

me very busy – but our family loves to retreat to the ocean as frequently as possible to relax.” Although the work is demanding, Oglesby said hertime in Goochland has been a wonderful experience, and she appreciates the cooperative nature of the county. “It is a privilege to work in Goochland County,” Oglesby said. “The Commonwealth’s Attorney, Claiborne Stokes is extremely supportive of me training throughout the state and helping other jurisdictions when needed,” she added. She also appreciates the support the office receives from law enforcement in Goochland. “Our office also has a great working relationship with the Sheriff’s Office which makes the development and prosecution of our cases go more smoothly than in a lot of jurisdictions. Our open communication and teamwork allows us to effectively approach and respond to crimes in the county.” Oglesby was chosen as the Duvall award by the executive committee of VACA, comprised of fellow commonwealth’s attorneys from across the state.


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Marsh continued from > page 1 classes and general education. “I can relate to all those areas – allowing me to be the voice for all the children in our county,” she said. Marsh, 33, grew up in Joliet, Ill. and joined the U.S. Navy after graduating from high school. She stayed in the Navy five years and attained the rank of Petty Officer, serving on the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Enterprise on a cruise of the Mediterranean and was also stationed at Oceana Naval Air Station in Virginia Beach. That’s where she met her husband Michael, a Lieutenant in the Army Reserve while both were on active duty. He’s currently on assignment in Afghanistan as a contractor for Navmar Applied Science. “The Navy brought me

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here and my husband kept me here,” said Marsh in an interview last week. She said Michael, who grew up in Prince Edward County, was familiar with Goochland and the couple moved to Goochland in 2003. They have three sons, ages 5, 7, and 10 at Randolph Elementary School and a 12-year-old at Goochland Middle School. Marsh said she left the Navy to spend more time with her family, while she pursued a career in marketing. She has an Associate degree in Marketing Management from J. Sargeant Reynolds and has had a real estate license since 2004. Marsh said there is no reason for the school board and the board of supervisors to be at odds with each other. Communication is one of her focus points, she said. “We must establish trust – without it you don’t have anything,” said Marsh. Marsh said the school budget process needs to be more

open and advocated printing copies to be handed out at the schools or area stores. “It’s available online but not everyone has good online access,” she explained. “I’m always at one of the schools,” said Marsh, an active volunteer at both RES and GMS. She said that teachers and parents are excited she has decided to run for the board. “They know how dedicated I am to Goochland Schools,” she said. Marsh also serves on the schools Subcommittee on Personnel and Retention, where the focus is on retaining good teachers. On the current budget process, Marsh said she thought the schools should be able to furnish the information requested by the board of supervisors in its recently approved budget. “It shouldn’t be that hard to get,” she said. Marsh is clear on the school board’s role.

“The school board sets policy and the superintendent implements,” she explained. With four boys to take care of and a husband overseas, Marsh said she looks forward to her activities with MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) and activities at her church, Faith Landmark Ministries. Current District 4 school board member Andrew Meng declined to comment when asked Monday if he would seek reelection.

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Circuit Court Clerk Lee Turner swears in Goochland Interim Treasurer Pam Johnson Monday at the Circuit Court building as her daughter Melissa Bowe holds the Bible.

Goochland Interim Treasurer sworn in By Ken Odor jodor@goochland gazette.com

Goochland’s Interim Treasurer Pamela Cooke Johnson took the oath of office Monday afternoon, administered by Circuit Court Clerk Lee Turner in the Circuit Court building. Johnson was appointed by

the Circuit Court at the request of the Goochland Board of Supervisors after the resignation of former Goochland Treasurer Brenda S. Grubbs, now awaiting trial on charges of embezzlement. Johnson will serve until the November election. At a brief reception following the swearing in, Johnson

produced a magic wand as she spoke to the 20 or so people who attended. “I got this magic wand at K-Mart this morning,” said Johnson, “but it does not work.” If it did she would wave it and the county would have a $125 million dollar surplus, she said. But since her wand doesn’t work, she promised only hard

work, training and attention to detail at the Treasurer’s Office. Johnson said that when she attended Mary Washington College she learned their Honor Code, the same as the University of Virginia’s. “It was a good way to get through college and life. I intend to bring it to the Treasurer’s Office,” she said.

Redistricting Public hearing set for May 3 By Ken Odor jodor@goochland gazette.com

Concerned voters will have one last chance to speak about redistricting next week at the May 3 meeting of the board of supervisors, when a vote is expected on the proposed plan. After a series of meetings to solicit citizen input, some changes have been incorporated into the current plan, which can be viewed on the county website at www. co.goochland.va.us/Home/

GoochlandRedistricting/ tabid/365/Default.aspx. Included on the web site are detailed maps of the areas where changes between the districts are planned. In District 1, for instance, the initial plan envisioned shifting some 200 persons from the southern part of District 2 to District 1. The current plan abandons that move and adds an area between Newline Road and Cedar Plains Road to District 1. Changes in the movement of census blocks were made

in the other three districts as well as a result of the public meetings. Blocks were moved from District 5 to Districts 3 and 4. District 4 also gave up some area to District 3. And some area was transferred from District 5 to 4. Supervisors discussed the plan and took citizen comment at an April 12 special meeting of the board of supervisors. District 4 supervisor Malvern R. “Rudy” Butler bemoaned the fact that there is only one polling place in his district. “I’m hoping we’ll have

another precinct by the presidential elections,” said Butler Monday. District 5 supervisor James W. Eads pushed his plan to have Hope Church established as a polling place for Blair precinct but acquiesced to the recommendations of the Electoral Board’s recommendation that it be kept at Collegiate School Field House at 400 Blair Road. “It was a tough call but I decided to endorse the electoral board recommendation,” said Eads Monday.


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Goochland Gazette Editor is named Veteran community journalist Ken Odor has been named editor of the Goochland Gazette, announced Goochland Gazette Publisher, Joy Monopoli. “I am pleased to have Ken move into the editor’s position at the Gazette. He is well known in the county and his years of experience will add depth and diversity to our coverage” stated Monopoli. Odor, winner of more than 30 Virginia Press Association photo and writing awards, has worked for the RSN newspaper family and its predecessor group for almost 25 years, beginning as a staff photographer in the mid 80s. He served as editor of the Mechanicsville Local from 2002 until 2008. Since then he has worked as a reporter/photographer for RSN, primarily in Goochland. He was named Gazette Interim Editor in

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A breath of fresh air That’s what one needs these days, if one could just draw one without inhaling the ever present pollen that seems to coat everything anew each morning. A few weeks ago we wrote in this space about the beauty of spring and the calming effect of a simple walk in the neighborhood. Well the flowers and shrubbery are still beautiful but we neglected to mention the curse that the bloom of spring brings with it. Just mowing the grass with the oak pollen laying on it behooves one to don a surgical mask, or maybe even an oxygen tank. At least the sneezing and sniffling must be boosting the economy by stimulating the sale of nose wipes and antihistamines! But despite respiratory distress, the progress of the seasons and the pleasant weather seems to put folks in a better mood. Maybe it’s the extra dose of Vitamin D we’re all getting as we spend more time outside. Vitamin D – all the rage these day according to almost everyone’s doc, I hear. Supposed to cure depression, good for the heart and the lack of it is why everyone hates the dreary days of winter. Speaking of a breath of fresh air, attending the swearing in of Pam Johnson, the Interim Treasurer appointed by the Goochland Circuit Court qualifies as one in my book. This no-nonsense lady seems to be just what the county needs – a down to earth person ready to roll up her sleeves and get to work. Not implying the county work force doesn’t already

consist of similar types, just saying, as they say.

Good bye to Goodwill? That’s what the folks at Bellview Gardens hope to hear next week at the public hearing on the organization’s request to build a retail store at the entrance to their neighborhood. At the Planning Commission’s March meeting, community opposition to the project induced the commissioners to vote unanimously to recommend denial of the rezoning request. Supervisors will hear it May 3 and some residents are worried the commissioners recommendation for denial might be ignored. District 4 supervisor Rudy Butler says he hopes this is not so. “We’re not in the business of splitting up neighborhoods,” he said when asked about the issue earlier this week. Other supervisors, those that responded at least, were non-committal when asked about their positions on the rezoning request. Despite all the good work Goodwill Industries does (and all the good stuff we’ve managed to find at their various outlets) we’re convinced that the site at the entrance to the Bellview Gardens subdivision just is not suitable. Place it a few hundred yards down the road with a separate entrance off Broad Street and it would be entirely different. Let’s hope the supervisors follow the commissioners’ recommendation.

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Bellview Gardens recommendation should stand As 30-year residents of Bellview Gardens we have seen a lot of changes in recent years. Since its very creation, Bellview Gardens has been a quiet, family-oriented community set apart from the traffic and noise of Rt. 250. Even though the addition of water and sewer services has now made us a major sub-division, Bellview Gardens still maintains its quiet, detached, essential character. It isn’t hard to see that any attempt to carve out portions of our neighborhood for the express purpose of commercial development

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not only opens Bellview Gardens to a understand the financial constraints host of ills, but also sets a precedent for which Goochland County now faces. the invasion of similar neighborhoods Furthermore, we encourage sensible throughout the county. see Letters > page 7 All of us in Bellview Gardens

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Letters continued from > page 6 development which will bring us into the Greater Metropolitan Area. The current proposal for spot re-zoning in Bellview Gardens, however, lacks foresight. Where is the wisdom, not to mention logic in cannibalizing an existing major sub-division, if a far more practical location, adjacent to existing commercial property, exists just down the road? Spot re-zoning in this particular instance is not only impractical, but also indicative of a lack of quality planning. Goochland established a Planning Commission for the express purpose of carefully

studying any proposals for commercial expansion, and recommending or not recommending said changes to the Board of Supervisors. After careful study and community input, the Planning Commission – for many reasons - has recommended that this zoning change not be implemented. It would seem, then, that to overrule the recommendation of the Planning Commission would be counter-productive to the goals of the county as a whole. Commercial concerns belong with other commercial concerns, not shoe-horned into an existing residential neighborhood. Goodwill donation

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OPINION: Letters to the Editor centers thrive when they are in shopping centers, like the one in Williamsburg or just east of us in the West Park shopping center, or even here at Short Pump. Why? Because people tend to drop off donations on their way to pick up the dry cleaning or buy the groceries. Goodwill is not an end-destination for most people wishing to make either donations or purchases. It is, instead, just a stop along the way to do something else. The current proposed site has nothing else to attract customers. The proposed location for Goodwill stands all by itself. With wetlands to the west and residential property to the

east on Rt. 250, there is no adjacent commercial property. Goochland does need the tax revenue, but any commercial zoning that does make provisions for the psychological motivation of its potential patrons is not destined for success. Isn’t success what all of us want for the county? We urge the Goochland Board of Supervisors to take a long, hard look at this proposal, and do whatever is necessary to channel Goodwill to commercial property currently adjacent to other commercial property We do not foresee any acceptable compromise between the see Letters > page 8

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Myrtle T. Ragland, age 88, following a short illness, passed away on April 08, 2011 in Waupaca, Wis. Myrtle was born on Nov. 8, 1922, in Mukwa Township daughter of the late Walter and Nellie (Mentzel) Thompson. She was a resident of Goochland, for

many years, where she worked as a social worker in the women’s prison. Myrtle returned to Wisconsin in 2006, living in Waupaca. She was a member for the First Presbyterian Church in Weyauwega. Myrtle volunteered at the food pantry and the American Legion Auxiliary and was a member of the book club.

She is survived by her husband, Thomas Ragland of Goochland; sisters: Mable Stedman, Amherst; Marion Young, Manawa; Rachael (Bill) Farrell, Bloomington IN; brothers, John and Carol Thompson, New London; Alvin and Joanne Thompson, New London; Walter “Pete� and Avon Thompson, Lake Geneva; and Joe andYvonne Thompson,Tigerton.

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Sisters in-law and brothers in-law, Betty Thompson, Albuquerque, NM; Barbara Ann Sheppard of Crozier; and Charles Lindbergh Ragland, of Goochland. Myrtle is further survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services for Myrtle were held at First PresbyterianChurch,Weyauwega, Wis. on Wednesday, April 13, 2011. Rev. Sherwood McKay officiated. Myrtle was buried in the Northport Ostrander Cemetery, Mukwa Township in Wisconsin. Anyone wishing to make a donation in Myrtleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s memory may send it to Byrd Presbyterian Church P.O. Box 655 Goochland, Va. 23063 where she was a long standing member through the years she lived in Goochland. St. Pierre Jan Mark St. Pierre, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Docâ&#x20AC;?, died Tuesday, April 19, 2011. He was 50, a resident of Goochland, and formerly from Louisa. Memorial services conducted by Pastor Ed Rodriguez were held on Saturday, April 23, 2011 in Ragland Memorial Baptist Church in Sandy Hook. He was preceded in death by his parents, Ferdie St. Pierre and Joyce Gore Farley; his sister, Connie Ikerd; and his niece Shalon Cornett. He is

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survived by his loving wife of 20 years, Cindy St. Pierre; two sons and a daughter-in-law, Skylar St. Pierre and Bradley and Jill Seay; five sisters, Donna Tureau, Brenda Vezinat, Terri DeGeneres, Wanda Tormey and Wendy Ellet; his brother, Jeff St. Pierre; and two grandchildren, Dylan and Warren Seay. He is also survived by his motherin-law, Betty Dunivan; sistersin-law, Elaine Gammon, Teresa Hughes and Lisa Greene; and twenty-four nieces and nephews. Doc, we will always remember your generosity to everyone you knew, your unlimited conversations, your unbelievable cooking, your amazing athletic skills, and your playfulness with your grandchildren, the unconditional love for your wife, children and your humbled smiles. We all have a very special memory of you that we will forever cherish. Remember to look down on us and let us know youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re there. We love you and miss you! In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the American Cancer Society. Online guestbook available at www.lacyfh.com.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011 at his home surrounded by his family after a long courageous battle with cancer. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, James Arthur and Ethel Proffitt Sharpe; his father, George D. Turner; and his sister, Patricia Hood. He is survived by his mother, Clara Sharpe Turner Gottsch; daughters, Gwen Holler (Pat) and Tina Turner (Mark); and his son, Scott Turner (Susan); grandsons, Patrick and Matthew Holler, Joshua George, Alan and Nick Turner; and his loving and devoted aunt, Doris Hicks; and his step-grandchildren, Michael and Meagan Pillow. He was a retired brick mason and an avid outdoorsman. His passions were his â&#x20AC;&#x153;coonâ&#x20AC;? dogs, horses, fishing and hunting. A graveside funeral service conducted by Pastor Steve McClary and Ashby Johnson Nuckols was held on Saturday, April 23, 2011 at South Anna Baptist Church Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Massey Turner Cancer Center, or to Medi Home Health and Hospice. George Ernest Turner, Online guestbook available â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ernieâ&#x20AC;?, 70, of Mineral, died at www.lacyfh.com.

Ms. Dickson is not the perserve the integrity of Bellview Gardens and all of the existing son responsible for Goochlandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s continued from > page 7 sub-divisions in the county. many problems. She inherited them from our â&#x20AC;&#x153;so calledâ&#x20AC;? county residents of Bellview Gardens John C. and Carolyn S. Smith leaders. and those who wish to rezone It wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t until she took over Centerville a portion of our sub-division that the county had to face years for commercial purposes. There of mismanagement, deception are already two lots along Rt. Goochland on the and extreme loss of county rev250 currently zoned for com- mend enue. mercial use. It would make far Ms. Dickson has been workmore sense to promote these Goochland County ing long, difficult hours trying lots to a business that is an end- Government is on the mend and to find solutions for a previously destination, such as a medical the â&#x20AC;&#x153;doctorâ&#x20AC;? in charge is County incompetent government. or legal office, than to bring Administrator Ms. Rebecca Thank you, Ms. Dickson for commercial development to Dickson. working so diligently to insure Goochland at the expense of I am thankful that Ms Dickson that Goochland County shines tearing down occupied homes has not allowed Goochland once again. and ruining our neighborhood. County to continue the downAgain, we ask the Board ward spiral that we have been Anne Mehfoud Rockecharlie of Supervisors to act to pre- riding for so many years. Goochland

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Saints edge past Cougars to remain undefeated St. Catherine’s moves to 11-0-1 with 2-1 win at Collegiate BY CHARLIE LEFFLER cleffler@goochlandgazette.com

Practically neighbors in country terms, the soccer fields of St. Catherine’s and Collegiate reside a short distance from each other. But when it comes to the tradition of the girls soccer programs themselves, the distance has always been much wider. However, this season the playing field has been leveled and never was that more apparent than last Thursday when the Saints left Collegiate’s Robins’ Campus field with a hard fought 2-1 win over the Cougars. “Always in the past it’s kind of been a given that Collegiate’s going to win a game like this,” said St. Catherine head coach Laura Marshalek. “But now there’s more parity in our league and it’s fun. It makes it nice. It makes it a more competitive environment for soccer

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Collegiate coach Bill Rider (right in green) and St. Catherine coach Laura Marshalek (right in yellow) watch as the Cougar’s Breezy Ardunini (16) challenges the slideine work of the Saints’ Erin Menges.

in general.” St. Catherine’s came in the contest off to the best start in program history, ranked No. 9 in the Times-Dispatch Poll and sporting a 10-0-1 record while Collegiate sat at 6-5-

1. But both teams knew that the rivalry match-up was one where season records were of little consequence. “Yeah, that’s the fun part of it,” said Cougar head coach Bill Rider. “They’ve really devel-

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oped their program. It’s been fun to see the quality in the LIS get to this point, to where these are really meaningful games.” And though Rider’s team came out on the short end against the Saints, he would

rather see Collegiate play a quality opponent and lose than take a lop-sided win as an overmatched favorite. “I hate to be on the losing side of it but I’ll trade the excellent competition for the chance to lose any time of the week,” he said. With records thrown out the window, both squads put everything on the line in the tightly contested game. “I think both teams played a very solid, hard game,” Marhsalek said. “All the girls gave everything they have and they left it all on the field.” The Collegiate defense made a huge play in the opening minutes of the game to avoid an early deficit. Looking to corral a Saints’ shot on goal, Collegiate junior mid Ellen Davenport and junior keeper Gianna Tondini dove for the ball in front of the net. Diving in opposite directions, the ball squirted out from between the pair leaving a point-blank open shot for St. Catherine freshman Erin Menges.

Menges raced in for the kill but lying on her side in the dirt, Tondini raised her right leg and deflected the shot to nullify the attack. “Great defensive effort on our part to get back there and do what it takes to make sure that we didn’t get in the hole real early,” Rider said. However, as impressive as Tondini’s defensive play appeared, it did little to match St. Catherine’s first score of the game. In the 19th minute of play, Saints’ senior Anne Peyton Lietch found herself battling for control of the ball with her back to the goal a good 30 meters away. Having nowhere else to go, Lietch booted the ball in a high reverse loft back over her head. The wind caught the ball and Tondini could do nothing but watch as the ball came down from on high right in front of the cross bar and into the back of the net. “They were fortunate at that one,” Rider said. “If you send see Soccer >page 10

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Brandi Wilson a shining light for Yellow Jackets BY CHARLIE LEFFLER cleffler@goochlandgazette.com

The college softball season brought surprise both good and bad for Randolph-Macon head coach Kevin Proffitt. A glimmering of anticipation came midway through the spring when Proffitt’s team got off to a 14-1 start and the coach anticipated a team first. “Our program here has steadily gotten better over the years and one thing we’ve never had- we’ve had some good years but never had a 30win season,” Proffitt said. But then the rains came and games were canceled, shortening win opportunities and stalling out momentum. “If we hadn’t lost some games to rain I think this would have been the year,” Proffitt said. Further dark clouds appeared as the offense disappeared down the stretch, seeing the Yellow Jacket team that was 21-7 end their year 21-13. After beating Emory & Henry 12-0 on April 9, R-MC scored only three runs over their final six games. But one shinning light that cut through it all came in the form of a highlight season from a highly unexpected source- freshman pitcher Brandi Wilson. Not even considered a potential impact player when the season began, Wilson finished the year with

Soccer continued from >page 9 the ball towards the goal things might happen and in that case they did. That demonstrated that they had a bit of fortune shining on them today.” “It’s been a called a cruel game for obvious reasons,” he added. Marshalek laughed it off as a designed play. “No it was a great shot is what it was,” she

55.2 innings pitched, notched 54 strikeouts and only gave up only three walks. How impressive are those numbers? In comparison, the NCAA requires a minimum of 80 innings to categorize their D-III statistical leaders. Emory’s Bridget Holloway leads the nation at 0.25 walks per seven innings. Wilson’s numbers would place her at 0.38 over seven innings to be ranked second in the nation. Her 1.38 ERA would rank her 21st in D-III. And though walks versus strikeouts are not categorized, Wilson’s 54 Ks against 3 walks would place her by far as the leader in the ODAC conference and among the best in the nation.

But what makes Wilson’s standout season so impressive is where she came from. Wilson was not a prized recruit coming out of high school, far from it. In her senior season at Goochland, Wilson’s Bulldogs went 8-9 and she was not a player who drew raves from college coache s , among those Proffitt, who admits he had not considered recruiting her. “I won’t lie to you,” he said. “I don’t mean like we looked at her and didn’t like her, she just wasn’t on our radar from a recruiting standpoint.” Wilson contacted Proffitt late last spring about becoming a Yellow Jacket and made the team on the

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Former Goochland pitcher Brandi Wilson developed into a pleasant surprise as a freshman at Randolph-Macon.

smiled. “She took an opportunity and capitalized on it. She was in a tough spot. It was coming high and pretty unpredictable in the air, so the keeper was in a pretty tough position.” Six minutes later it looked as if the Saints were going to add to their lead but a bullet shot from Morgan Powell hit squarely on the cross bar and caromed away. The Cougars managed to tie the game at one in the

final two minutes of the half, when senior Julie Sroba struck from center goal, slipping a shot past Saints’ keeper Kelsey Hillner. Both teams had an opportunities to take the lead in the second half but the defenses proved unrelenting. Then in the 76th minute St. Catherine’s found an opening. With both teams battling a Collegiate attack, St. Catherine senior Anna Sauer found the ball with nothing but grass and

strength of references. “I knew enough people who knew her and we felt comfortable with having her come out in the fall,” Proffitt said. As such Wilson had no expectations coming to R-MC. “I thought I could help them if they needed help and stuff,” she said. “Other than that it was kind of 50-50. I kind of didn’t know what I would be doing until the games started.” During fall ball, Proffitt felt Wilson threw well but did not give an eye-catching performance. Therefore he had no plans to use her extensively when the season got under way. Ironically, the opportunity for Wilson to prove herself was during the team’s first loss of the season. In a lopsided affair, No. 9 ranked Salisbury jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first two innings in the initial game of an extended weekend for the team. Therefore Proffitt decided to give Wilson a shot. “At that point we just said, ‘You know what, let’s get her some innings’,” he said. Making her first appearance against a ranked team, Wilson was stunning. In four innings pitched the freshman gave up three hits, one run and six strikeouts and did not walk a batter. “She completely shut them down,” Proffitt said. “They hadn’t made a bunch of substitutions, so it wasn’t like they

had a different lineup in the game. It was the same lineup that scored seven runs in the first three innings. It really kind of turned our heads a little and we were like, ‘Wow!’ “It was really kind of a breakthrough game,” he said. From that point on, Wilson became a regular part of the rotation, going from reliever to starting four games. “She’s ended up getting a few more starts than honestly we probably would have anticipated,” Proffitt said. “She’s just throwing well. She’s got good movement on the ball. She’s got nice velocity. She’s got just enough difference between her fastball and her off-speed pitches.” But it’s Wilson’s mentality that impressed Proffitt the most. “The big thing about her is her composure,” he said. “She doesn’t seem to get flustered at anything…That’s one of the things that kind of jumps out to us as a coaching staff. She’s just real even keel. Nothing seems to bother her. She doesn’t get too excited when she does something extremely well and she certainly doesn’t show any signs of frustration or getting flustered if something’s not going her way.” Wilson learned to stay composed playing against highlevel competition night-in and night-out on her summer travel teams. “I played travel ball since I was 10 so I’m kind of

used to the level of intensity,” she said. “I was playing 18 and under since I was 15 so I got used to it really quick. “Here you’ve got a very high level of intensity with the teams and stuff that you put a battle on,” she said. “You try to stay ahead every inning but the intensity level for me is not really that big of a change.” It is clear that Wilson has found a home away from home in Ashland, showing the same enthusiasm for school as softball. “I like it down here,” she said. “The school is really nice. Everywhere you walk to you say hi to somebody and they say hi back.” Whether it’s academics or softball, Proffitt could not be more pleased with what he has seen from Wilson in her first season. “I think the sky’s the limit,” he said. “She has a really good work ethic. She’s not the kind of kid that’s going to take the success and treat it kind of stale. She’s going to keep working. “As a person in general, she just seems hungry and always wants to do the very best she can,” Proffitt said. And why not if you’re enjoying yourself? “I love it,” Wilson said. “The team’s great. The coaches are great.” Wilson’s former Goochland teammate Carrie Beth White is also a freshman on the R-MC softball team.

Tondini between her and the net on the opposite end of the field. Sauer raced ahead of Annie Stettinius and Carter while Tondini come forward for the block giving her what turned out to be the winning shot from 25 meters out. Rider had no complaints about his team’s effort on defense. “A goal was coming for us and sometimes when you’re pushing and pushing you leave yourself open for a counter attack and they got one and

finished it well,” he said. “All you can do is try and create those opportunities and hope they come to fruition,” Rider said. “They hit the cross bar, missed the PK. They certainly had their chances in the first half and we had ours in the second and they finished theirs. That’s what it takes to walk away the winner.” Undefeated and the regular season winding to a close, Marshalek said there’s little chance of her Saints resting

on their laurels. “The girls set goals for themselves early in the season and they’ve just gone after those goals and you just want to keep getting better and attain those goals,” she said. St. Catherine’s...................... 1 1 — 2 Collegiate............................. 1 0 — 1 SC: Lietch, Sauer C: Ju. Srona Saves:McGehee (SC) 2, Hillner (SC) 5; Tondini (C) 6 Records: St. Catherine’s 11-0-1, 5-0 LIS; Collegiate 6-6-1, 3-2


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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICES The Goochland County Board of Supervisors will hold public hearings on Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in the Goochland Administration Building, 1800 Sandy Hook Rd., Board Meeting Room, Suite 250, Goochland, VA on the following:

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Consider Leasing Of A Portion Of Land Located Adjacent To The Company 5 Fire Station Near the Intersection of State Route 632 (Fairgrounds Road) and State Route 522 (Sandy Hook Road) To The Goochland County Volunteer FireRescue Association For A Term of Twenty Years. A public hearing is required by Va. Code § 15.2-1800 prior to leasing public property to a non-government entity.

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An Ordinance To Amend Chapter 8 (“Licenses And Business Regulations”), Article III (“Purchase And Sale Of Precious Metals”) Of The Goochland County Code By Amending, Section 8-274 (“Records Of Purchases; Inspections”) To Require The Dealers Of Precious Metals And Gems To Take A Photograph Or Digital Image Of The Person Selling The Item; The Identification Presented By The Seller; And The Precious Metals Or Gems Sold, And To Retain Such Image For A Period Of At Least Twenty-Four Months.

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An Ordinance To Amend Chapter 10 (“Offenses And Miscellaneous Provisions”), Article I (“In General”) Of The Goochland County Code By Amending Section 10-8 (“Hunting With Certain Weapons Prohibited”) To Provide That Rifles Of A Caliber Larger Than 0.22 May Be Used To Hunt From A Stand Elevated At Least Ten Feet From The Ground.

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County Wide – Zoning Ordinance Amendment would amend the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance by defining the term “outside storage” and adding the same as a conditional use permitted by special exception in the M-2 Zoning District. Currently, “outside storage” is allowed as a conditional use permitted by special exception in the M-1 Zoning District. The ordinance amendment would also amend the Zoning Ordinance by adding Development Standards for “outdoor storage” in the M-1 and M-2 Zoning Districts. In addition, the ordinance amendment provides that all uses allowed as a conditional use permitted by special exception in the M-1 Zoning District would also be allowed as a conditional use in the M-2 Zoning District.

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County Wide – Zoning Ordinance Amendment would amend the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance by defining the term “adult day care center” and adding the same as a permitted use in the B-1 and B-2 Zoning Districts. A local business owner has contacted Planning staff about locating an Adult Day Care Center in the County. The proposed amendment would clarify regulation of this use in the Zoning Ordinance.

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An Ordinance To Amend Goochland County Code, Chapter 2 (“Administration”), Article Ii (“Board Of Supervisors; Elections”), Divisions 1 (“Generally”), 2 (“Election Districts”) And 3 (“Precincts And Polling Places”) To Revise The Provisions Related To Election Districts, Voting Precincts And Polling Places After The 2010 Census.

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vii. District 4 RZ-2011-00001 Application filed by Goodwill Industries of Central Virginia, Inc. requesting zoning reclassification from R-1 (Residential, Limited) to B-2 (Business, Limited) Assessor’s Parcel # 59-2-H-1 (GPIN 7726-57-0215), Parcel # 59-2-H-2 (GPIN 7726-57-1262), Parcel # 59-2-H-3 (GPIN 7726-571329), and Parcel # 48-3-H-4 (GPIN 7726-57-1513). The property is located at the northwest intersection of Broad Street Road (U.S. Route 250) and Mills Road (St. Route 1001) approximately 800 feet west of St. Route 288 in the Dover Magisterial District. The applicant is requesting the subject property be rezoned to permit a Goodwill retail store and related uses. The Comprehensive Plan shows this area as Flexible Use. 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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The Goochland County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, May 3, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in the Goochland Administration Building, 1800 Sandy Hook Rd., Board Meeting Room, Suite 250, Goochland, VA on the following Redistricting Ordinance: AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND GOOCHLAND COUNTY CODE, CHAPTER 2 (“ADMINISTRATION”), ARTICLE II (“BOARD OF SUPERVISORS; ELECTIONS”), DIVISIONS 1 (“GENERALLY”), 2 (“ELECTION DISTRICTS”) AND 3 (“PRECINCTS AND POLLING PLACES”) TO REVISE THE PROVISIONS RELATED TO ELECTION DISTRICTS, VOTING PRECINCTS AND POLLING PLACES AFTER THE 2010 CENSUS

Division 1. Generally Section 2-26. Official electoral map, defined. As used in this article, “official electoral map of the county” means the map attached to the ordinance of May 3, 2011, kept on file by the clerk to the county board of supervisors, which shows the election districts and precincts in the county.

Division 2. Election Districts Sec. 2-42. Established. Pursuant to authority contained in Code of Virginia, §§ 15.2-1211, 24.2-305, as amended, the election districts of the county are hereby created and established as set forth in this division. Sec. 2-43. Descriptions The election districts of the county shall be numbered 1 through 5, with population and description set forth as follows: (a) Election District No. 1 (population 4,347). Commencing at a point where Newline Road (State Highway Route No. 619) intersects with the Louisa County Line west of Gum Spring; thence southward along the centerline of Newline Road (State Highway Route No. 619) to a point of intersection with Three Chopt Road (State Highway Route No. 700); thence in a easterly direction along the centerline of Three Chopt Road (State Highway Route No. 700) for approximately 1,800 feet to the eastern boundary of Census Block 4004001010; thence following in a southerly direction along the eastern boundaries of Census Blocks Nos. 4004001010 and 4004001055 to the point of intersection with Broad Street Road (U.S. Highway Route No. 250) and Cooley Road (State Highway Route No. 705); thence along the centerline of Cooley road in a southerly direction to the point of intersection with a private road known as Rocky Creek Lane thence along the centerline of Rocky Creek Lane for approximately 1,620 feet to the point of intersection with an unnamed private drive that is the eastern boundary of Census Block 4004001034; thence following the eastern boundary of Census Block 4004001034 in a southwardly direction to a point of intersection with Cedar Plains Road (State Highway Route No. 611); thence in a northwesterly direction for about 3,500 feet along the centerline of Cedar Plains Road (State Route No. 611) to a point of intersection with Redeye Creek; thence southward along Redeye Creek until its confluence with Big Lickinghole Creek; thence in a northward direction following the course of Big Lickinghole Creek for approximately 4,000 feet to a point of intersection with an unnamed branch of Big Lickinghole Creek; thence westward following the course of the unnamed branch of Big Lickinghole Creek for about 5,400 feet; to the point of intersection with a private road known as Lake Drive; thence in a northward direction along the centerline of Lake Drive to the point of intersection with Cedar Plains Road (State Highway Route No. 611); thence westward along the centerline of Cedar Plains Road (State Route No. 611) to its point of intersection with Forest Grove Road (State Route No. 615); thence northward along the centerline of Forest Grove Road (State Route No. 615) to a point of intersection with the Dominion Virginia Power 500 KV transmission line; thence westward to a point of intersection with White Hall Creek; thence southward along the course of White Hall Creek to the confluence with Little Lickinghole Creek; thence continuing in a southward direction along the course of Little Lickinghole Creek to a point of intersection with Haskin Road (State Route No. 616), thence southward along the centerline of Haskin Road (State Highway Route No. 616) to a point of intersection with St. Paul’s Church Road (State Route No. 625); thence westward along the centerline of St. Paul’s Church Road (State Route No. 625) to a point of intersection with Cartersville Road (State Highway Route No. 45); thence southward along the centerline of Cartersville Road (State Highway Route No. 45) to the Cumberland County line; thence westward along the Cumberland County line to a point of intersection with the Fluvanna County line; thence northeastwardly along the Fluvanna County line to the Louisa County line; thence eastwardly along the Louisa County line to the point of beginning, as shown on the official electoral map of the county. (b) Election District No. 2 (population 4,199). Commencing at a point on the Louisa County line at a point of intersection with Perkinsville Road (State Highway Route No. 635); thence southwesterly along the centerline of Perkinsville Road (State Highway Route No. 635) to a point of intersection with Pony Farm Road (State Highway Route No. 702) at the northeast corner of Census Block No. 4002001011; thence continuing in a southwesterly direction following the centerline of Pony Farm Road (State Highway Route No. 702) to a point of intersection with Elpis Church Road (State Highway Route No. 636); thence following the centerline of Elpis Church Road (State Highway Route No. 636) southward to Broad Street Road (U.S. Highway Route No. 250); thence westward along the centerline of Broad Street Road (U.S. Highway Route No. 250) to a point of intersection with Pony Farm Road (State Highway Route No. 702); thence following the centerline of Pony Farm Road (State Highway Route No. 702) southwardly to a point of intersection with Maidens Road (State Highway Route No. 634); thence following the centerline of Maidens Road (State Highway

Route No. 634) southwardly to a point of intersection with Poorhouse Road (State Highway Route No. 633); thence following the centerline of Poorhouse Road (State Highway Route No. 633) westerly to a point of intersection with Sandy Hook Road (U.S. Highway Route No. 522); thence following the centerline of Sandy Hook Road (U.S. Highway Route No. 522) in a northwesterly direction to a point of intersection with Jackson Shop Road (State Highway Route No. 607); thence southward following the centerline of Jackson Shop Road (State Highway Route No. 607) to a point of intersection with River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6); thence following the centerline of River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6) in a westward direction to a point of intersection with Irwin Road (State Highway Route No. 607); thence following the centerline of Irwin Road (State Highway Route No. 607) to a point of intersection with the CSX Railroad line on the north bank of the James River; thence in an easterly direction along the CSX Railroad line to a point of intersection with Little Creek; thence southward along Little Creek to its confluence with the James River; thence from the Little Creek confluence at the James River going due south along the eastern boundary of Census Block 4004003044 to the Powhatan County line; thence westward along the Powhatan County line to a point of intersection with the Cumberland County line; thence westward along the Cumberland County line to the eastern boundary of Election District No. 1 and Cartersville Road (State Highway Route No. 45); thence northward along the centerline of Cartersville Road (State Highway Route No. 45) to a point of intersection with St. Paul’s Church Road (State Highway Route No. 625); thence in a easterly direction along the centerline of St. Paul’s Church Road to a point of intersection with Haskin Road (State Highway Route No. 616); thence in a northwesterly direction along the centerline of Haskin Road (State Highway Route No. 616) to the point of intersection with Little Lickinghole Creek; thence in a northward direction following the course of Little Lickinghole Creek to its confluence with White Hall Creek ; thence continuing a northward course along Whitehall Creek to a point of intersection with the Dominion Virginia 500KV transmission line; thence in a eastward direction along the midpoint of the Dominion Virginia 500KV transmission line to a point of intersection with Forest Grove Road (State Highway Route No. 615); thence in southward direction along the centerline of Forest Grove Road (State Highway Route No. 615) to a point of intersection with Cedar Plains Road (State Highway Route No. 611); thence in a southeasterly direction along the centerline of Cedar Plains Road (State Highway Route No. 611) to a point of intersection with a private road known as Lake Drive; thence in a southwesternly direction along the centerline of Lake Drive to a point of intersection with an unnamed branch of Big Lickinghole Creek; thence in a southeasterly direction along the course of the unnamed branch of Big Lickinghole Creek for approximately 5,400 feet to its confluence with Big Lickinghole Creek; thence in a southeasterly direction along the course of Big Lickinghole Creek for approximately 4,000 feet to its confluence with Redeye Creek; thence in a northerly direction along the course of Redeye Creek to a point of intersection with Cedar Plains Road (State Highway Route No. 611); thence in a easterly direction along the centerline of Cedar Plains Road (State Highway Route No. 611) to a point of intersection with an unnamed private driveway that is also the eastern boundary of Census Block 4004001034; thence in a northward direction along the eastern boundary of Census Block 4004001034 to the point of intersection with the private road known as Rocky Creek Lane; thence northward along the centerline of Rocky Creek Lane to a point of intersection with Cooley Road (State Highway Route No.705); thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of Cooley Road (State Highway Route No. 705) to a point of intersection with Broad Street Road (U.S. Highway Route No. 250) and the eastern boundary of Census Block 4004001055; thence in a northward direction along the eastern boundary of Census Blocks 4004001055 and 4004001010 to a point of intersection with Three Chopt Road (State Highway Route No. 700); thence in a westerly direction along the centerline of Three Chopt Road (State Highway Route No. 700) to a point of intersection with Newline Road (State Highway Route No. 619); thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of Newline Road (State Highway Route No. 619) to a point of intersection with the Louisa County line; thence in an southeasterly direction along the Louisa County line to the point of beginning, as shown on the official electoral map of the county. (c) Election District No. 3 (population 4,296). Commencing at the Louisa County line at a point where Beaverdam Creek crosses the county line; thence southward following the course of Beaverdam Creek to a point of intersection with River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6); thence in an easterly direction following the centerline of River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6) to a point of intersection with a private road known as The Forest; thence in a northeastwardly direction along the centerline of The Forest road to a point of intersection with Cardwell Road (State Highway Route No. 670); thence southward following the centerline of Cardwell Road (State Highway Route No. 670) to a point of intersection with River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6); thence in an easterly direction following the centerline of River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6) to a point of intersection with the Dominion Virginia Power 500KV transmission line; thence in a southward direction along the midpoint of the Dominion Virginia Power 500KV transmission line to the James River; thence in a westerly direction along the north bank of the James River to a point of intersec-

tion with the eastern boundary of Census Block No. 4002003071; thence following the eastern boundary of Census Block No. 4002003071 due south to the Powhatan County line; thence westward along the Powhatan County line to the eastern boundary of Election District No. 2 and eastern boundary of Census Block 4004003044; thence going due north along the eastern boundary of Census Block 4004003044 to the confluence of Little Creek and the James River; thence in a northerly direction along the course of Little Creek to a point of intersection with CSX Railroad line; thence in a westerly direction along the CSX Railroad line on the north bank of the James River to a point of intersection with Irwin Road (State Highway Route No. 607); thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of Irwin Road (State Highway Route No. 607) to a point of intersection with River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6); thence in a eastward direction along the centerline of River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6) to a point of intersection with Jackson Shop Road (State Highway Route No. 607); thence in a northeasterly direction along the centerline of Jackson Shop Road (State Highway Route No. 607) to the point of intersection with Sandy Hook Road (U.S. Highway Route No. 522); thence in a southeasterly direction along the centerline of Sandy Hook Road (U.S. Highway Route No. 522) to a point of intersection with Poorhouse Road (State Highway Route No. 633); thence in a northeasterly direction along the centerline of Poorhouse Road (State Highway Route No. 633) to a point of intersection with Maidens Road (State Highway Route No. 634); thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of Maidens Road (State Highway Route No. 634) to a point of intersection with Pony Farm Road (State Highway Route No. 702); thence in a northeasterly direction along centerline of Pony Farm Road (State Highway Route No. 702) to the point of intersection with Broad Street Road (U.S. Highway Route No. 250); thence in an eastward direction along the centerline of Broad Street Road to a point of intersection with Elpis Church Road (State Highway Route No. 636); thence along the centerline of Elpis Church Road (State Highway Route No. 636) in a northwesterly direction to the point of intersection with Pony Farm Road (State Highway Route No. 702); thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of Pony Farm Road (State Highway Route No. 702) to a point of intersection with Perkinsville Road (State Highway Route No. 635) and the northeastern corner of Census Block 4002001011; thence in a easterly direction along the centerline of Perkinsville Road (State Highway Route No. 635) to a point of intersection with the Louisa County line; thence in an easterly direction along the Louisa County line to the point of beginning, as shown on the official electoral map of the county. (d) Election District No. 4 (population 4,362). Commencing at a point where Broad Branch flows into Tuckahoe Creek at the Henrico County line; thence in a westerly direction along Broad Branch to Hermitage Road (State Highway Route No. 676); thence northward following the centerline of Hermitage Road (State Highway Route No. 676) to a point of intersection with a private road known as Hunting Ridge Road; thence in a westerly direction along the centerline of Hunting Ridge Road for approximately 2,000 feet to the Columbia Gas Transmission Line; thence in a northwesterly direction for approximately 4,000 feet following the centerline of the Columbia Gas Transmission Line to a point of intersection with Manakin Road (State Highway Route No. 621), thence southward for approximately 4,200 feet following the centerline of Manakin Road (State Highway Route No. 621) to a point of intersection with Millers Lane (State Highway Route No. 644); thence southwesterly following the centerline of Millers Lane (State Highway Route No. 644) to a point of intersection with Shallow Well Road (State Highway Route No. 654); thence in a northwesterly direction following the centerline of Shallow Well Road (State Highway Route No. 654) to a point of intersection with an unnamed branch of Genito Creek; following the course of the unnamed branch of Genito Creek in a southward direction to its confluence with Genito Creek; thence in a northwestward direction along the course of Genito Creek to a point of intersection with an unnamed branch of Genito Creek also noted as the southernmost boundary of Census Block 4002003037; thence in a westerly direction following the course of the unnamed branch of Genito Creek to a point of intersection with the Dominion Virginia Power 500KV transmission line; thence in a southerly direction along the midpoint of the Dominion Virginia Power 500KV transmission line to the point of intersection with River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6); thence in a westerly direction along the centerline of River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6) to the eastern boundary of Election District No. 3 at Cardwell Road (State Highway Route No. 670); thence in a northwestern direction along the centerline of Cardwell Road (State Highway Route No. 670) to a point of intersection with a private road known as The Forest; thence in a westerly direction along the centerline of a private road known as The Forest to a point of intersection with River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6); thence in a westward direction along the centerline of River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6) to the point of intersection with Beaverdam Creek; thence in a northward direction following the course of Beaverdam Creek to a point of intersection with the Louisa County Line; thence in an easterly direction along the Louisa County line to the Hanover County line; thence in an easterly direction along the Hanover County line to the Henrico County line; thence southward along the Henrico County line to the point of beginning, as shown on the official electoral map of the county.


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(e) Election District No. 5 (population 4,513). Commencing at a point where Goochland County, Powhatan County, and Henrico County lines intersect; thence northwardly along the Henrico County line to a point of intersection with the boundary of Election District No. 4 at Tuckahoe Creek and Broad Branch; thence in a westerly direction along Broad Branch to Hermitage Road (State Highway Route No. 676); thence northward following the centerline of Hermitage Road (State Highway Route No. 676) to a point of intersection with a private road known as Hunting Ridge Road; thence in a westerly direction along the centerline of Hunting Ridge Road for approximately 2,000 feet to the Columbia Gas Transmission Line; thence in a northwesterly direction for approximately 4,000 feet following the centerline of the Columbia Gas Transmission Line to a point of intersection with Manakin Road (State Highway Route No. 621), thence southward for approximately 4,200 feet following the centerline of Manakin Road (State Highway Route No. 621) to a point of intersection with Millers Lane (State Highway Route No. 644); thence southwesterly following the centerline of Millers Lane (State Highway Route No. 644) to a point of intersection with Shallow Well Road (State Highway Route No. 654); thence in a northwesterly direction following the centerline of Shallow Well Road (State Highway Route No. 654) to a point of intersection with an unnamed branch of Genito Creek; following the course of the unnamed branch of Genito Creek in a southward direction to its confluence with Genito Creek; thence in a northwestward direction along the course of Genito Creek to a point of intersection with an unnamed branch of Genito Creek also noted as the southernmost boundary of Census Block 4002003037; thence in a westerly direction following the course of the unnamed branch of Genito Creek to a point of intersection with the Dominion Virginia Power 500KV transmission line; thence in a southerly direction along the midpoint of the Dominion Virginia Power 500KV transmission line to the point of intersection with the north bank of the James River; thence in a westerly direction along the north bank of the James River to a point of intersection with the eastern boundary of Census Block No. 4002003071; thence following the eastern boundary of Census Block No. 4002003071 due south to the Powhatan County line; thence eastward along the Powhatan County line to the point of intersection with the Goochland County, Powhatan County, and Henrico County lines to the point of beginning, as shown on the official electoral map of the county. Sec. 2-44. Election of supervisors. One (1) supervisor shall be elected from each election district created by this division.

Division 3. Precincts and Polling Places. Sec. 2-62. Precincts and polling places established. Pursuant to authority contained in Code of Virginia, §§ 24.2-305—24.2-310.1, the election precincts of the county are hereby established as set forth in this division. Sec. 2-63. Number of precincts. The election precincts of the county shall be ten (10) in number and shall be known as the Hadensville, Fife, Three Square, Sandy Hook, Goochland Courthouse 1, Goochland Courthouse 2, Centerville, Blair Road, Manakin, and central absentee voting precincts. Sec. 2-64. Description of precincts. (a) Hadensville precinct. The description and boundaries of the Hadensville precinct shall be as follows: Commencing at a point on the eastern boundary of Election District No. 1 where it intersects with Whitehall Road (State Highway Route No. 673) and White Hall Creek; thence running along the center of Whitehall Road (State Highway Route No. 673) in a westerly direction to the center of Hadensville-Fife Road (State Highway Route No. 606); thence along the center of Hadensville-Fife Road (State Highway Route No. 606) in a southerly direction to its intersection with Community House Road (State Highway Route No. 610); thence running along the center of Community House Road (State Highway Route No. 610) in a westerly direction to the center of Tabscott Road (State Highway Route No. 603); thence along the center of Tabscott Road (State Highway Route No. 603) in a northern direction to a point of intersection with Funny Tree Trail; thence in a westerly direction along the center of Funny Tree Trail connecting to the centerline of Sky Lane (State Highway Route No. 679) also shown as southern boundary of Census Block No. 4005001034; to the point of intersection with Shannon Hill Road (State Highway Route No. 605); thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of Shannon Hill Road (State Highway Route 605) to a private road that is the northern boundary of Census Block Nos. 4005001035 and 4005001068 (formerly known as Old Yanceyville Road) thence in a westerly direction along the centerline of the private road to the Fluvanna County Line; thence in a northerly direction along the Fluvanna County line to the Louisa County line; thence in a southeasterly direction along the Louisa County line to the eastern boundary of Election District No. 1; thence in a southerly direction along the eastern boundary of Election District No. 1 to the point of beginning, as shown on the official electoral map of the county. (b) Fife precinct. The description and boundaries of the Fife precinct shall be as follows: Commencing at a point on the Cumberland County line and the James River at Cartersville Road (State Highway Route 45) where the western boundary of Election District No. 2 and the eastern boundary of Election District No. 1 intersect; thence along the eastern boundary of Election District No. 1 in a northerly direction to the center of Whitehall Road (State Highway Route No. 673); thence in a westerly direction along the southern boundary of the Hadensville election precinct to the Fluvanna County line; thence in a southerly direction along the Fluvanna County line to the Cumberland County line; thence in an easterly direction along the Cumberland County line to the point of beginning, as shown on the official electoral map of the county.

(c) Three Square precinct. The description and boundaries of the Three Square precinct shall be as follows: Commencing at a point on the Cumberland County line and the James River at Cartersville Road (State Highway Route No. 45) where the eastern boundary of Election District No. 1 and the western boundary of Election District No. 2 intersect; thence in an easterly direction along the Cumberland County line at a point of intersection with the Powhatan County line; thence in an easterly direction along the Powhatan County line to a point where the eastern boundary of Election District No. 2 and the western boundary of Election District No. 3 intersect; thence in a northerly direction along the boundary line between Election District No. 2 and Election District No. 3 to the center of River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6); thence in a westerly direction along the center of River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6) to the eastern boundary of Election District No. 1; thence in a southerly direction along the eastern boundary of Election District No. 1 to the point of beginning, as shown on the official electoral map of the county. (d) Sandy Hook precinct. The description and boundaries of the Sandy Hook precinct shall be as follows: Commencing at a point on the Louisa County line where the eastern boundary of Election District No. 1 and the western boundary of Election District No. 2 intersect; thence in a southerly direction along the eastern boundary of Election District No. 1 to the center of River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6); thence in an easterly direction along the center of River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6) to the western boundary of Election District No. 3; thence in a northerly direction along the western boundary of Election District No. 3 to the Louisa County line; thence in a northwesterly direction along the Louisa County line to the point of beginning, as shown on the official electoral map of the county. (e) Goochland Courthouse 1 precinct. The description and boundaries of the Goochland Courthouse 1 precinct shall be as follows: Commencing at a point on the Louisa County line where the eastern boundary of Election District No. 2 and the western boundary of Election District No. 3 intersect at Perkinsville Road (State Highway Route No. 635); thence in a westerly direction along the eastern boundary of Election District No. 2 to a point of intersection with Courthouse Creek and Poorhouse Road (State Highway Route No. 633); thence following the course of Courthouse Creek in a southward direction to the point of intersection with the western boundary of Census Block No. 4002001101; thence in a southward direction along the western boundary of Census Block No. 4002001101 to a point of intersection with Maidens Road (State Highway Route No. 634); thence in a southward direction along the centerline of Maidens Road (State Highway Route No. 634) to the point of intersection of River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6) and Maidens Road (U.S. Highway Route No. 522); thence in a southward direction along the centerline of Maidens Road (U.S. Highway Route No. 522) to the intersection with the Powhatan County line; thence in a easterly direction along the Powhatan County line to a point of intersection of the eastern boundary of Election District No. 3 and western boundary of Election District No. 5; thence in a northeasterly direction along the eastern boundary of Election District No. 3 to a point of intersection with River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6) and eastern boundary of Election District No. 4; thence northerly direction along the eastern boundary of Election District No. 3 and the western boundary of Election District No. 4 to the Louisa County line west of Oilville; thence in a northwesterly direction along the Louisa County line to the point of beginning, as shown on the official electoral map of the county. (f) Goochland Courthouse 2 precinct. The description and boundaries of the Goochland Courthouse 2 precinct shall be as follows: Commencing at a point where Courthouse Creek intersects with Poorhouse Road (State Highway Route No. 633) along the western boundary of Election District No. 3; thence along the western boundary of Election District No. 3 and the eastern boundary of Election District No. 2 to a point of intersection with the Powhatan County line; thence in a easterly direction along the Powhatan County line to a point of intersection with Maidens Road (U.S. Highway Route No. 522); thence in a northward direction along the centerline of Maidens Road (U.S. Highway Route No. 522) to a point of intersection with River Road West (State Highway Route No. 6) and Maidens Road (State Highway Route No. 634); thence in a northward direction along the centerline of Maidens Road (State Highway Route No. 634) to a point of intersection with the western boundary of Census Block No. 4002001101; thence in a northeasterly direction along the western boundary of Census Block No. 4002001101 to a point of intersection with Courthouse Creek; thence in a northward direction following the course of Courthouse Creek to a point of intersection with Poorhouse Road (State Highway Route No. 633) to the point of beginning, as shown on the official electoral map of the county. (g) Centerville precinct. The Centerville precinct shall include the entire Election District No. 4, as described in section 2-43 and shown on the official electoral map of the county. (h) Blair Road precinct. The description and boundaries of the Blair Road precinct shall be as follows: Commencing at a point where Broad Branch flows into Tuckahoe Creek at the Henrico County line; thence in a westerly direction along the southern boundary of Election District No. 4 to a point of intersection with State Highway Route No. 288; thence in a southward direction along the southbound lane of State Highway Route No. 288 to the West Creek Parkway (State Highway Route No. 1250) off ramp; thence following the western most (southbound) lane of travel of West Creek Parkway (State Highway Route No. 1250) to a point of intersection with Patterson Avenue (State Highway Route

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No. 6); thence west along the centerline of the westbound lane of Patterson Avenue (State Highway Route No. 6) to a point of intersection with River Road (State Highway Route No. 650); thence in a southeasterly direction along the centerline of River Road (State Highway Route No. 650) to the underpass of State Highway Route No. 288; thence in a southward direction along the centerline of the northbound lane of State Highway Route No. 288 to the James River; thence in a easterly direction along the north bank of the James River to a point where Tuckahoe Creek flows into the James River and the Henrico County line; thence in a northerly direction along the Henrico County line (Tuckahoe Creek) to the point of beginning, as shown on the official electoral map of the county. (i) Manakin precinct. The description and boundaries of the Manakin precinct shall be as follows: Commencing at a point where Tuckahoe Creek flows into the James River at the Henrico County line; thence in a southward direction to the point where Goochland County, Henrico County and Powhatan Counties intersect south of the James River; thence in a westward direction along the Powhatan County line to the point of intersection of the eastern boundary of Census Block No. 4002003071 and the eastern boundary of Election District No. 3; thence following the eastern boundary of Election District No. 3 to a point of intersection with Election District No. 4; thence following along the southern boundary of Election District No. 4 to a point of intersection with State Highway Route No. 288; thence in a southward direction along the southbound lane of State Highway Route No. 288 to the West Creek Parkway (State Highway Route No. 1250) off ramp; thence following the western most (southbound) lane of travel of West Creek Parkway (State Highway Route No. 1250) to a point of intersection with Patterson Avenue (State Highway Route No. 6); thence west along the centerline of the westbound lane of Patterson Avenue to a point of intersection with River Road (State Highway Route No. 650); thence in a southeasterly direction along the centerline of River Road (State Highway Route No. 650) to the underpass of State Highway Route No. 288; thence in a southward direction along the centerline of the northbound lane of State Highway Route No. 288 to the James River; thence in a easterly direction along the north bank of the James River to the point of beginning, as shown on the official electoral map of the county. (j) Central absentee voting precinct. In addition to the foregoing precincts, there is hereby established a central absentee voting precinct which shall be in the Goochland County Administration Building, 1800 Sandy Hook Road, Goochland, Virginia. The central absentee voting precinct shall be used for all elections. Sec. 2-65. Polling places. (a) Hadensville precinct. The polling place for the Hadensville precinct shall be in the Fellowship Hall of County Line Baptist Church, located at 4070 County Line Road (State Route 669). (b) Fife precinct. The polling place for the Fife precinct shall be in the fire house of Company No. 4 of the Goochland County Fire-Rescue Department Volunteer Association, Inc., located at 2397 Hadensville-Fife Road (State Route 606). (c) Three Square precinct. The polling place of the Three Square precinct shall be in the Fellowship Hall of Smyrna Church, located at 1470 Rock Castle Road (State Route 600). (d) Sandy Hook precinct. The polling place for the Sandy Hook precinct shall be in the Goochland Recreation Center, located at 2415 Sandy Hook Road (State Route 522). (e) Goochland Courthouse 1 precinct. The polling place for the Goochland Courthouse 1 precinct shall be in the fire house of Company No. 5 of the Goochland County FireRescue Department Volunteer Association, Inc., located at 2710 Fairground Road (State Route 632). (f) Goochland Courthouse 2 precinct. The polling place for the Goochland Courthouse 2 precinct shall be in the fire house of Company No. 5 of the Goochland County Fire-Rescue Department Volunteer Association, Inc., located at 2710 Fairground Road (State Route 632). (g) Centerville precinct. The polling place for the Centerville precinct shall in the Fellowship Hall of St. Matthew’s United Methodist Church, located at 1706 St. Matthew’s Lane (State Route 708). (h) Blair Road precinct. The polling place for the Blair Road precinct shall be in the Field House of Collegiate School, located at 400 Blair Road (State Highway Route 649). (i) Manakin precinct. The polling place for the Manakin precinct shall be in the Heritage Hall of Dover Baptist Church, located at 635 Manakin Road (State Route 621). The above Redistricting Ordinance and accompanying map can be viewed in the County Administrator’s office, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and on the County’s website at www.co.goochland.va.us.


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AGENDA DATE: MAY 3, 2011 3:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER • INVOCATION: Pastor Bill Jarrell of West End Community Nazarene Church • PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 1. Citizens’ Comment Period

BOARD MEETING ROOM h. Authorization for County Administrator to Execute a Contract (Initiate Due Diligence Period) to Pursue the Purchase Of Approximately Six (6) Acres In The Courthouse Village Area i. Approval of a Contract with Moran, Stahl, & Boyer to Complete an Economic Development Strategic Plan; Authorization for County Administrator to Execute the Contract and Designation of a Project Working Committee to Assist with the Process j. Update on Process for Designation of Urban Development Areas-Presentation by The Cox Company

3. Requests to Postpone Agenda Items and Additions, Deletions or Changes in the Order of Presentation

11. Closed Meeting Motion & Certification: None

6. Reports a. Fire/EMS b. Sheriff c. VDOT 7. New Business a. Consent Items o Accounts Payable b. Amendment Of The FY2011 General Fund Budget Through The Appropriation Of $49,889 in Depreciation Funds Received From The Goochland County Volunteer FireRescue Association, Inc. c. Approvalof ComcastFranchiseAgreementandAuthorization for County Administrator to Execute the Agreement d. Approval of Accounting Services Contract and Authorization for County Administrator to Execute the Contract (Vendor to be Determined Prior to May 3rd) e. Approval of Property and Liability Insurance and Workers’ Compensation Coverage FY2012 Annual Renewal f. Closeout of the Three Chopt Waterline Project in the Tuckahoe Creek Service District and Return of the Unspent Project Balance ($24,217) to the General Fund (Funds Loaned in 2009). g. Set Public Hearing To Amend Section 46.2-752 of the County Code To Provide That Failure to Obtain The Local Vehicle License Required By The County Shall Constitute A Class 4 Misdemeanor

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WILLIAM E. QUARLES, JR., CHAIR, District 2 JAMES W. EADS, VICE-CHAIR, District 5 ANDREW W. PRYOR, District 1 MALVERN R. BUTLER, , District 4 NED S. CREASEY, District 3

8. Tentative Referrals to the Planning Commission: None

5. County Administrator Comments a. Staff Recognition b. Assessment Appeals Update-Mr. Branham, County Assessor c. Google Fiber for Communities Update d. Capital Region Exchange Tour, May 9th

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2. Resolutions & Proclamations a. Resolution Recognizing Retired Planning Commissioner Robert P. Rich b. Resolution Recognizing Retired Planning Commissioner Willie C. Neal, Jr. c. Proclamation Recognizing May, 2011 as Older Americans Month - Thelma Bland Watson, Ph.D., Executive Director for Senior Connections, The Capital Area Agency on Aging d. Approval of Request from the American Cancer Society For Declaration of Saturday, June 11th through June 18th as Goochland Relay for Life Week

4. Approval of Minutes: March 21, March 29, and April 5, 2011

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9. For Information Only – There are no public hearings for rezoning or conditional use permit applications scheduled for the Board of Supervisors for June 7, 2011 10. Appointments

12. Dinner Break Parks and Recreation Department and Recreation Advisory Commission – Wall of Fame Induction and dinner at 6:00 p.m. in the Goochland Sports Complex Gym. ____________________________________________________ 7:00 P.M. 13. Chairman Calls Meeting Back To Order 14. Resolution of Recognition for Mrs. Donna Leabough and Mrs. Carla Snoddy for Induction into the Goochland County Parks and Recreation Wall of Fame 15. Citizens’ Comment Period On Unscheduled Matters 16. County Administrator Comments: • Recap of afternoon comments 17. Public Hearings a. Consider Leasing Of A Portion Of Land Located Adjacent To The Company 5 Fire Station Near the Intersection of State Route 632 (Fairgrounds Road) and State Route 522 (Sandy Hook Road) To The Goochland County Volunteer Fire-Rescue Association For A Term of Twenty Years. A public hearing is required by Va. Code § 15.2-1800 prior to leasing public property to a non-government entity b. An Ordinance To Amend Chapter 8 (“Licenses And Business Regulations”), Article III (“Purchase And Sale Of Precious Metals”) Of The Goochland County Code By Amending, Section 8-274 (“Records Of Purchases; Inspections”) To Require The Dealers Of Precious Metals And Gems To Take A Photograph Or Digital Image Of The Person Selling The Item; The Identification Presented By The Seller; And The Precious Metals Or Gems Sold, And To Retain Such Image For A Period Of At Least Twenty-Four Months

TIME: 3:00 P.M. c. An Ordinance To Amend Chapter 10 (“Offenses And Miscellaneous Provisions”), Article I (“In General”) Of The Goochland County Code By Amending Section 10-8 (“Hunting With Certain Weapons Prohibited”) To Provide That Rifles Of A Caliber Larger Than 0.22 May Be Used To Hunt From A Stand Elevated At Least Ten Feet From The Ground d. County Wide – Zoning Ordinance Amendment would amend the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance by defining the term “outside storage” and adding the same as a conditional use permitted by special exception in the M-2 Zoning District. Currently, “outside storage” is allowed as a conditional use permitted by special exception in the M-1 Zoning District. The ordinance amendment would also amend the Zoning Ordinance by adding Development Standards for “outdoor storage” in the M-1 and M-2 Zoning Districts. In addition, the ordinance amendment provides that all uses allowed as a conditional use permitted by special exception in the M-1 Zoning District would also be allowed as a conditional use in the M-2 Zoning District e. County Wide – Zoning Ordinance Amendment would amend the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance by defining the term “adult day care center” and adding the same as a permitted use in the B-1 and B-2 Zoning Districts. A local business owner has contacted Planning staff about locating an Adult Day Care Center in the County. The proposed amendment would clarify regulation of this use in the Zoning Ordinance as well as amend “Child Care Center” language so as to be consistent with State Code f. An Ordinance To Amend Goochland County Code, Chapter 2 (“Administration”), Article II (“Board Of Supervisors; Elections”), Divisions 1 (“Generally”), 2 (“Election Districts”) And 3 (“Precincts And Polling Places”) To Revise The Provisions Related To Election Districts, Voting Precincts And Polling Places After The 2010 Census g. District 4-RZ-2011-00001 Application filed by Goodwill Industries of Central Virginia, Inc. requesting zoning reclassification from R-1 (Residential, Limited) to B-2 (Business, Limited) Assessor’s Parcel # 59-2-H-1 (GPIN 7726-57-0215), Parcel # 59-2-H-2 (GPIN 7726-57-1262), Parcel # 59-2-H-3 (GPIN 7726-57-1329), and Parcel # 483-H-4 (GPIN 7726-57-1513). The property is located at the northwest intersection of Broad Street Road (U.S. Route 250) and Mills Road (St. Route 1001) approximately 800 feet west of St. Route 288 in the Dover Magisterial District. The applicant is requesting the subject property be rezoned to permit a Goodwill retail store and related uses. The Comprehensive Plan shows this area as Flexible Use 18. Other Business 19. Adjournment to June 7, 2011 This is a draft agenda and is subject to change


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Henrico’s disabled veterans can apply for real estate tax exemption Contributed Report Henrico County officials are urging disabled American veterans who own their principal residence in the county to apply for a recently implemented real estate tax exemption. Virginia voters adopted a constitutional amendment in the general election last November directing the General Assembly to provide a tax exemption for a disabled veteran’s principal residence and the land it occupies. The exemption became effective for tax years beginning on or after Jan. 1, 2011. To qualify, a veteran must have a 100 percent service-connected, permanent and total disability, as determined by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The exemption: · Applies to the principal residence and

its land, up to a maximum of 10 acres. · Applies to the veteran or surviving spouse, if the veteran’s death occurs on or after Jan. 1, 2011. · Does not require annual refiling. Revenue Division Director Ed Trice noted that unlike Henrico’s Real Estate Advantage Program, there are no income or financial requirements for disabled veterans seeking the tax exemption. In addition, there is no cap to the amount of relief they will receive. For more information or a veterans exemption application, contact Henrico’s Revenue Division at 5014263 or log on to www.co.henrico. va.us/finance and follow the link for “Disabled Veterans Real Estate Tax Exemption.”

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A prized possession, an autographed copy of Gone with the Wind.

Book reveals secrets of Gone With The Wind By Jim Ridolphi Contributing Writer It’s the story of a bygone era that just won’t go away, nor should it in the minds of many. Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With The Wind has the staying power few American novels enjoy, and the popularity seems to increase as the decades pass. For the past couple of weeks, the Tuckahoe Library has displayed artifacts and memorabilia from the popular book/movie, and visitors of all generations had the opportunity to get up close and personal with Rhett

and Scarlett, even if they were made of cardboard. “I’ve been surprised to see younger people getting their pictures taken with the cut outs of Rhett and Scarlett,” said Tuckahoe Librarian Nancy Johnson. The historical items on display at the library are only a small portion of the vast GWTW collection of local author John Wiley, Jr., a world renowned expert on all things associated with the classic. Since first becoming enamored with the movie when he was 10 years old, Wiley has spent a lifetime delving into the facts behind the book and the movie. He admits to reading the book

12 times. Wiley and co author Ellen F. Brown’s latest work, Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with The Wind, A Bestseller’s Odyssey from Atlanta to Hollywood, is a book about the book, put simply. Wiley appeared at the Tuckahoe Library last week to offer insights on the novel, 75 years after its publication. “I love to talk about Gone With The Wind,” Wiley told the assembled group, most of whom raised their hands when asked if they had read the book. continued on page 2

Hermitage student wins VSBA Southside Regional Art Contest Contributed Report Renee Ritchie of Hermitage High School was named the High School winner for her artwork “Masterson’s Closet” in the Virginia School Boards Association Southside Regional Art Contest. The winning art is framed and displayed in the offices of the VSBA in Charlottesville and the Richmond office of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Student art from the elementary, mid-

dle, and high school levels represented each school division in the Virginia School Boards Association Southside Regional Art Contest, judged at the regional forum for area school board members. The VSBA Regional Art Contest was started in 1989 to promote the artistic talents of Virginia’s public school students. For each of the nine VSBA regions, a winner is chosen for the elementary, middle and high school levels.

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The Lynchburg native said he was hooked from his first GWTW experience, and said the book offers a somewhat unique view of the South, not the Moonlight and Magnolia images depicted in the film. Brown and Wiley sought to tell the entire story of the book in their latest work, and the powerful impact on both the author and the American psyche. When the book was first published, it sold for $3, quite pricy for the era. Mitchell was quickly overwhelmed by the public’s response and the publicity that followed, and quickly tired of the spotlight. “Fame was not her thing,” Wiley said. “After six months, she stopped signing autographs.” While the world waited for Mitchell’s next novel, the Atlanta native spent most of the remainder of her career fighting legal battles involving copyrights to the book, violated around the globe. Wiley’s book delves into that legal struggle that consumed the author, robbing the world of a literary encore. Throughout her life, she was constantly asked what happened to Rhett and Scarlett, and said she didn’t know. Mitchell’s life ended tragically on Peachtree Street in Atlanta where she was hit by an automobile in August, 1949 and died five days later. Her husband continued her legal fight after her death, and her brother carried on for 30 years after that. Mitchell’s notes and papers eventually ended up at the University of Georgia, numbering some 65,000 pieces, and the estate now handles copyright issues. The current copyright runs out in 2031, and according to Wiley, probably will not be renewed. Wiley and Brown sifted through the documents discovering little known tidbits and major milestones. The search led to the discovery of the final four chapters of the original typeset manuscript. The book also reveals secrets about the original work, such as Mitchell’s first choice for the name of the lead

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A Scarlett doll on display. They were popular throughout the South after the premiere.

character. She originally called her Pansy, but copy editors rejected the name and Mitchell pulled the name Scarlett from Irish literature. Producer of the original film, David O. Selznick was probably the first who tried to entice Mitchell into a sequel, but she never obliged. In the 1990s, another novel by Mitchell written at age 15 was discovered. But Scarlett and Rhett wouldn’t die and the estate finally sold rights to several sequels. Two books, both by Virginia authors, followed. “Scarlett” was a worldwide bestseller, and “Rhett Butler’s People” was a critical success. The estate sold the rights to those two books for close to $10 million. After collecting more than 10,000 GWTW artifacts, several books and granting interviews around the world, is the story of Gone With The Wind fully told? Absolutely not, according

Author John Wiley Jr.

to Wiley. “There is absolutely more,” he said. “We left so much out of this book because it didn’t fit the theme, but there are plenty of more books to be written on the subject.” So, if you’re seeking to answer the age old question “What is Rhett Butler’s middle name,” Wiley has some good advice. “You’ll have to read the book.”


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