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Run raises money for Habitat

Economic development plan, redistricting okayed by supervisors By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

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About 85 runners showed up Saturday morning at Adams International School for the Race for the Build. All proceeds were designated to go to Goochland Habitat for Humanity, said race organizer Logan Adams. Entrance fees were $20 for runners 12 and over and $15 for younger runners. Habitat has built 16 homes in the county since its founding in1997 and will soon break ground on its next home. Adams, a Goochland High School senior and a four-year member of the track team, thanked the Habitat Board and sponsor Luck Stone, in addition to all those who made donations.

Candidates report funds raised First reporting period has ended By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Fundraising reports submitted by candidates in two districts for the Republican nomination for the Goochland Board of Supervisors

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show a clear leader in each. As reported on the web site of the Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP), in District 1 candidate Susan Lascolette had a $3,864 ending balance as of March 31 after raising $5,061. Her opponent Philip C. Hunnel reported a balance of $87 at the end of the same quarter after raising $811. Neither candidate had an existing balance

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at the beginning of the reporting period. In District 5, the two candidates for the Republican nomination to fill the seat of retiring supervisor Jim Eads also showed a considerable disparity in ending balances. Ken Peterson reported an ending balance of $4,068 after raissee Candidates > page 2

Goochland will get an economic development plan after the board of supervisors okayed the hiring of the consulting firm Moran, Stahl & Boyer for the task at last week’s meeting. The cost would be $50,000. Not all supervisors were on board with the idea. District 1 supervisor Andrew Pryor said he favored hiring an economic development director before doing a plan. “If you get a good economic director you don’t need this,” said Pryor. District 5 supervisor Jim Eads also favored hiring an economic director first. “No consultant will give us any magic until the economy expands,” said Eads. “Do we need this economic director now? No. The key is to go get that economic director. I think you’re putting the cart before the horse.” District 4 Supervisor Malvern R. “Rudy” Butler said the lack of an economic development plan hurt the county in attracting development. “Let’s do both at the same time,”

suggested District 3 supervisor Ned Creasey. That’s what the board decided in the end, voting unanimously to go ahead with the contract for the consultant while beginning the search for an economic development director at the same time. In the afternoon session the board acknowledged the help of five county employees who stepped in to help after the resignation of Treasurer Brenda Grubbs after her arrest in February on embezzlement charges. Faye Mann, Myrtis Quarles, Wanda Tormey, Bill Cleveland and Jennifer Brown were called forward for recognition. “They performed well beyond the call of duty during the challenging period leading up to the arrival of the Interim County Treasurer,” said county administrator Rebecca Dickson. “It turned our agency upside down is the only way I can say it and the only way we survived quite frankly was the folks in front of you.” Dickson also praised Deputy County Administrator John Wack for his work during the period. In the afternoon session, the board also authorized the county Administrator to execute a contract which would initiate a due dili-

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Deputy County Administrator John Wack, left presents certificates of recognition to four county employees who took on extra duties in the Treasurer’s Office after the departure of Treasurer Brenda Grubbs. From left are Wack, Jennifer Brown, Faye Mann, Myrtis Quarles and Wanda Tormey. Bill Cleveland (not pictured) was also recognized for his help during this time period.

Candidates continued from > page 1 ing $800, while his opponent Courtney Hyers reported $1,623 cash on hand after raising $520. She entered the reporting period with a $1,134 starting balance. Peterson loaned $800 to his campaign after entering the reporting period with a

Supervisors continued from > page 1 gence period to pursue the purchase of approximately six acres located on the west side of Sandy Hook Road in the Courthouse Village and 2) designate $85,000 from expected revenue surplus in FY2011 (fund balance), including $70,000 for purchase and up to $15,000 for closing and related costs.

$4,049 starting balance. Hyers received $520 from the Eads for Goochland County Board of Supervisors Committee. Eads endorsed Hyers for the nomination last year after announcing he would not seek reelection. Both candidates in District 1 contributed to their own campaigns. Lascolette gave $1,440 to her campaign,

while Hunnel’s $811 total came from two donations he made to his campaign. No fundraising activity was reporting for the other four incumbent supervisors. In the 2007 election, District 1 victor Andrew Pryor spent only $2,263, defeating challenges from Kathy Crockett and Herb Griffith.

But in District 5, Eads spent $10,327 fending off a challenge from Pat Turner, who spent $25,371, more than twice the amount spent by any other candidate in the 2007 contest for a seat on the Goochland Board of Supervisors, according to VPAP records. VPAP’s web site is http:// www.vpap.org/

Eads opposed this measure. “I’d like to see us drop this matter entirely. Goochland is not in the real estate business.” The measure passed 4-1 with Eads in opposition. In the evening session the board recognized Donna Leabough and Carla Snoddy, who were honored earlier at a dinner in their honor at the Parks and Recreation building, for their induction

into the Goochland County Parks and Recreation Wall of Fame. Public hearings in the evening session included one on an ordinance, which passed unanimously, to allow hunters to use rifles of greater than .22 caliber from a stand elevated at least 10 feet from the ground. A number of speakers rose to support the measure. The board also approved

an ordinance change requiring photographs of sellers of precious metals and gems to be taken by dealers. And the board voted 5-0 to approve the redistricting plan for the county after a public hearing at which only one person spoke. The board next meets on Monday June 13, after a date change to accommodate a scheduling conflict for board chairman William Quarles.


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Forum, meeting address UDAs, village planning in Goochland By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

What might a village in Goochland look like? That’s the question posed April 27 at the last of three forums put on by the Partnership for Smarter Growth at the Centerville Firehouse. Three guest speakers addressed the crowd of about 75, and Goochland’s Principal Planner Tom Coleman gave an overview of the existing comprehensive plan. Evie Scott, Goochland resident and PSG member, welcomed the attendees, reminding the crowd that the newly mandated UDAs were only part of the discussion.But on the subject of UDAs, Goochland County Administrator Rebecca Dickson said“The state is forcing us to have this dialogue,” before Coleman dived into the comp plan. Perhaps the most interesting presentation came from Dan Holmes, Director of State Policy for the Piedmont Environmental Council. “As a county you really have to find out what your vision is,” said Holmes, who said there is “nothing more detrimental to a growth center than an inappropriately designed growth center,” citing Frederick County, where a voluntarily designated UDA was adopted which proved too large Holmes stressed making sure that villages be the right size. “A village can be four blocks,” said Holmes.

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Sue Bell, Executive Director of Homeward Trails and one of the complainants. “We now are focused on working with Goochland Animal Control to do the right thing and remove the remaining animals from her property before they suffer the same way so many of the animals on Thompson’s property have, including hundreds that were not represented in this case.” “It’s a tempest in a teapot as far as I’m concerned,” said Thompson’s attorney Jeffrey L. Everhart Monday. Everhart said he thought the fines were appropriate. “You’re not talking about animal cruelty,” he said. “It’s animal neglect.” Everhart said he thought Thompson’s “heart was in the right place.” Thompson, contacted last week, declined to say whether she would appeal her convictions to a higher court.


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Centerville market opens By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

A new farmers market opened in Goochland last week. Located next to Sycamore Creek Golf Course on Route 250 in Centerville, the new source for locally grown foods, My Manakin Market, drew a good turnout for its first Saturday. “We couldn’t ask for a better day,� said Lisa Dearden, founder and owner of ChiknEGG Productions, which operates the market. “We’re almost at capacity for vendors.� Dearden served as executive director for The Center for Rural Culture (CRC) until a highly publicized split over accounting policies caused her to resign from the organization in January. CRC had planned to continue to operate a farmers market at Grace Episcopal Church but gave up those plans earlier this year. Many former CRC vendors were evident at Saturday’s opening of My Manakin Market. The schedule calls for the market to be open each Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon through October.

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It takes a village Or maybe a UDA. Which stands for Urban Development Area, by the way, even though in a promo photo last week we called it an Urban Density Area. Funny thing, no one called to point out our boo-boo. Maybe that’s because many folks think of the state mandated areas to be added to the county’s comprehensive plan as just that, small areas with high density housing. Because that’s basically what they are. House Bill 3202 states that counties “with a growth rate of 15% or a growth rate of 5% and a population of at least 20,000 are required designate at least one Urban Development Area in the comprehensive plan by 2011.” These areas are to be designed to accommodate “at least 10 years but no more than 20 years worth of growth based on official estimates and projections of the Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service of the University of Virginia or other official government sources.” That means greater density than currently exists in the county, so perhaps the name should be changed to Urban Density Areas after all! What is clear is that, whatever the letters stand for, a lot of folks in Goochland would just as soon have nothing to do with the UDA concept. This became evident at the April 27 meeting at the Centerville Firehouse, where about 75 folks showed up to take part in a forum sponsored by the Partnership for Smarter Growth. The last of three forums in the Goochland Village Series, the meet-

ing featured a trio of speakers plus an overview of the county’s current comprehensive plan. While the speakers sought to promote discussion of what villages in Goochland might be like, questions from the audience concentrated on the UDA requirement. To us, it’s entirely understandable that the General Assembly would want to promote land use planning that maximizes sparse road building dollars. With higher density housing, mixed use zoning and pedestrian friendly design, the UDAs could well attract folks who might like to alight from their vehicles and stroll about shopping areas near where they live and work. Or not. Some think the UDA concept a useless exercise for a county like Goochland, which, they believe, attracts residents precisely because it does not resemble the Fan District of Richmond. And therefore to mandate from the capital how the county should plan to zone its land for the next 20 years seems presumptuous to some, perhaps downright dictatorial to others. By all means, let Goochland forge ahead with plans for commonsense development of village areas in Centerville and West Creek – maybe even something in the Courthouse area. But let’s leave it up to the county to decide how to do it. So to the General Assembly: Make the UDA concept optional. Do it next year.

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pants at a graduation dinner held at the Richmond Country Club. The speaker for the evening was Mr. Wayne Dementi, an active volunteer in many Goochland organizations. Goochland Leadership Enterprise is a program introducing Goochland citizens to their

county. GLE provides participants information on varied topics to help familiarize citizens with their county’s history, education, services, administration, and budget, and introduces them to their elected officials and representatives. The 16th Class of GLE will begin in September

with registration beginning mid-summer. Individuals can call the Goochland Extension Office at 804556-5841 for more information or visit the web site for the brochure and application. http://offices.ext. vt.edu/goochland/Gooch_ Leadership_Class.html

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The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) announces a new partnership to provide selected DMV services in Goochland County.

Called DMV Selects, private citizens and local governments contract with DMV to conduct vehicle-related transactions. DMV currently has 57 DMV Select partners throughout the state. Each DMV Select has online access to DMV allowing

the partner to update customer records immediately as well as issue vehicle decals. The Goochland DMV Select will be operated from the Commissioner of the Revenue’s office beginning Monday, May 23, 2011. The

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May 12, 2011

Bear Ernest Edward Bear, “Smokey”, 78, of Goochland, entered eternal rest after a long illness on May 4, 2011. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Dorothy Waldrop Bear. He is also survived by one daughter, Donna Marie; two grandsons, Edward (Rose) Clements and Dylan Youngblood; one great- grand-

son, Edward Clements Jr.; sister, Carolyn Rickman; close cousin, Lester Roberts; special niece, Elizabeth “Jencey” Jones; and special nephew, James “J.J.” Waldrop Jr. Family received friends Friday, May 6, 2011 at Norman Funeral Home, Goochland, Va. Graveside services were held at Perkins Baptist Church, 3146 Hadensville-Fife Rd., Saturday, May 7, 2011.

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Edith L. Kenney Minor, was born March 8, 1931, to the late Irene Johnson Kenney and James Kenney. She departed this life on May 3, 2011 at Retreat Hospital. She was preceded in death by her devoted husband of 61 years Deacon Jessie Minor Jr. She is survived by one son, James Minor (Doris); and one daughter, Bessie

Cromwell (Clarence); four grandchildren; seven greatgrandchildren; one brother, Joseph Kenney; and host of nieces and nephews. Her remains rest at Robert Mealy Funeral Home, Goochland, Va. Funeral services were held Saturday, May 7, 2011 at St. Mark Baptist Church, Maidens, Va., Rev. Gregory Washington pastor. Graveside services were held at Minor Family Cemetery.

See an exhibit of images Horse owners urged to vaccinate for West from the Nile Virus and Eastern Equine Encephalitis Richmond Times-Dispatch veterinarians for West Nile and no cases of West Nile may be lulled into inaction Virus (WNV) and Eastern Virus, something that may by the lack of diseases activPhoto Collection Equine Encephalitis (EEE) have been due to the severe ity and neglect vaccination Contributed Report news@goochlandgazette.com

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vaccination recommendations for their animals. Virginia only had one confirmed case of EEE in 2010

drought and the subsequent this year. reduction in mosquito pop“Despite a low level of ulations. State officials are see Horse > page 9 concerned that horse owners

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Letters continued from > page 6 that have been participating in a number of county school programs. Of course our participation is only possible because of the infrastructure and motivation of teachers and principals (read their blogs and web sites). These programs not only

add value to meet or exceed SOL standards but provide the foundations for making the children educatable, see Mr. Austen’s ‘Man to Man’ program at GES. We are a county that contains many folks that can add real value to the school system, and I don’t mean by just paying taxes. More folks can get involved and truly see what is going on and what is

possible. Doing good can also of Marie Glover for their generous donation of $3,278.05 make you feel good. for the recent dinner you preRichard Carchman pared at Co. 4. Everything was Columbia so well organized and planned. Your time and talents are a To Marie Glover’s tremendous value to our organization. Thank you again. family and friends The Fife Co. #4 Ladies Auxiliary would like to express their deepest appreciation and love to the family and friends

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Horse continued from > page 8 disease activity last year, we still urge horse owners to consider vaccination.â&#x20AC;? says Dr. Joseph Garvin, Program Manager for VDACSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Office of Laboratory Services. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We never know what mosquito activity will be in any given year, and the bottom line is, these vaccines are very safe and effective. We believe that in most cases, private veterinarians will recommend them for their clients. Horseowners need to be aware that the vaccines require boosters every six to twelve months.â&#x20AC;? Vaccines are available to drastically reduce the incidence of these diseases in horses. The vaccines are effective for six to twelve months, so horses should be re-vaccinated at least annual-

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ly. In an area where the disease occurs frequently, such as southeast and Tidewater Virginia, most veterinarians recommend vaccination every six months. For the vaccine to be effective it must be handled and administered properly and be given at least two weeks before the horse is exposed to the virus. Additionally, to stimulate full immunity, horses must be vaccinated twice, about 30 days apart, the first year that the horse is vaccinated. Other prevention methods include destroying standing water breeding sites for mosquitoes, using insect repellents and removing animals from mosquito-infested areas during peak biting times, usually dusk to dawn. Typical symptoms of encephalitis in equines include staggering, circling, depression, loss of appetite

and sometimes fever and blindness. There is no cure for these diseases, which can kill anywhere from 30 percent (WNV) to 90 percent (EEE) of the horses infected. Humans cannot become infected by handling an infected horse, nor can a horse acquire the virus from another infected horse; however, the presence of an infected horse in the area indicates that mosquitoes carrying EEE or WNV are present and pose a threat to both humans and horses. For more information, contact the Office of the State Veterinarian, Division of Animal Industry Services, VDACS, at 804.786.2483 or see http://www.vdacs.virginia.gov/animals/diseases. shtml. Horse owners should contact their veterinarians for further advice on prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

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Students in grades four and five at all three elementary schools worked with song writer Betsy Q to write and record songs with her that relate to science, math, and social studies 4th and 5th grade SOLs. The teachers at each of the three elementary chose a SOL to be the focus of the song. At each school, Betsy Q worked with the students to compose a song based on those particular SOLs. Essential vocabulary related to the SOL was incorporated into each song. Melodies were written for these songs. Two

songs from each school one 4th grade song and one 5th grade song were written and then recorded with Betsy Q. So a total of six songs have been written. These songs will be put on CDs with instrumentation and vocals of the children and Betsy Q. All students in 4th and 5th grade classes will receive a copy of the CD. Copies will be kept for use in future classes to teach SOL curriculum. Utilizing these songs for years to come will assist students as they learn required SOL material. After spring break, students will work on the artwork for the covers which

they will design themselves after the recording is complete. This project was funded through a grant from Partners in the Arts from the University of Richmond, which was written by Byrd’s Enrichment Resource Teacher, Glenda Hawk and music teacher, Kim Watts. Todd Cooke, sound man for the Kimball Theatre in Colonial Williamsburg, was kind enough to run the sound for the concert. Special thanks to them and to Betsy Q for her dedication to this project! The All - County Chorus Event, held on April 13, was an awesome way to showcase the talents of everyone!

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Tom Winfree, President and Chief Executive Officer of Village Bank, was named the recipient of the 2011 Bernard L. Savage Community Service Award. Winfree was honored at a breakfast meeting April 26 at Ruth’s Chris Steak House. Presented by Bon Secours Richmond Health System and The Chesterfield Business Council of the Greater Richmond Chamber, the award recognizes an individual who selflessly gives time, talent, and other resources to help one or more individuals or organizations in Chesterfield County. Winfree is a Richmond native and graduate of the University of Richmond. He is an exemplary and leading Chesterfield citizen who is actively involved in the community and generously supports local organizations. He is proud to serve as a Director and Founding Member of the Families of the Wounded Fund, Inc., an organization formed to assist families of injured soldiers hospitalized at the Richmond’s McGuire Medical Center. He currently serves

DMV continued from > page 7 part of Goochland County rely heavily on our DMV Select partner,” said DMV Commissioner Richard D. Holcomb. “The closest fullservice DMV to Goochland Courthouse is our West Henrico office, almost 30 minutes away. This partnership with Goochland’s local government is providing a necessary service to Virginians.” The Goochland DMV

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Tom Winfree was recently honored with the 2011 Bernard L. Savage Community Service Award.

on the boards of the Retail Merchants Association, John Tyler Community College Foundation, Bon Secours Joint Hospital Board, Citizens Advisory Board of St. Francis Hospital, Greater Richmond Chamber, Chesterfield Business Council of the Greater Richmond Chamber, Chesterfield County Chamber of Commerce where he formerly served as President, Virginia Bankers Association Government Affairs Committee, University of Richmond Dean’s Advisory

Council, Goochland Rotary Club, West Richmond Businessmen’s Association, and the Diogenes Club. Winfree is also a member of the Board of Directors of Village Bank and Trust Financial Corporation, Village Bank, and is Chairman of the Board for Village Bank Mortgage Corporation. Village Bank was recently recognized by Virginia Business Magazine as one of the Best Places to Work in Virginia. Mr. Winfree lives in Goochland with his wife, Donna.

Select was operated out of the county’s treasurer’s office from 2008 through February 2011. While closed, Goochland residents are being served by the DMV 2 Go mobile customer service center until the new Select office opens under new management.

Vehicle Registrations - originals, renewals, transfers, reissues and surrender of plates Special and personalized license plate orders Dealer title and registration transactions Address changes Voter registration applications Transcripts - vehicle, driver Trip permits, overload permits Handicapped parking placards Returned checks - full or partial payment

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The National Alliance on Mental Illness-Central Virginia Chapter (NAMI-CVA), is having their monthly meeting at 7 p.m. at the Weinstein JCC, 5403 Monument Ave. Richmond. This is one block east of St. Mary’s Hospital. Dr. Ericka Breden, a VCU Inpatient Pharmacist, will speak about “Recognizing Common and Uncommon Side Effects of Medications.” The meeting is free and open to the public. For further information call 285-1749.

Calendar. For information, call 746-1235 Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Deadline is Fri. 3 p.m.

Saturday, May 14 Bulldog 5k Benefit Race at the

TUESDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30

GHS/MS Complex. Cost is $25. All proceeds to GHS/MS Sports Department. Contact Patrick Gordon at 556-5320, pgordon@ glnd.k12.va.us.

time featuring goats and ponies. Make a craft and see live animals, too! Crafts provided courtesy of the Friends of the Goochland Library. Call 556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 River Road West The Harvesters will be at for more information. Forest Grove Christian Church at 7 p.m. A Southern Gospel group Friday, May 20 from Sanford, NC. A love offerPleasant Grove Baptist ing will be taken to help them Church located at 3845 Shannon in their ministry. Everyone is invited to come and enjoy an Hill Rd., Columbia, Va. 23038 evening of praise and worship of will have a career fair at 7 p.m. For more information please call the Lord Jesus Christ. Sarah Anderson at 434-589-3247 The Goat and Pony Show at or Juanita Johnson at 804-4021. the Goochland Branch Library The Women of at 10 a.m. Celebrate Children’s Empowerment of Second Book Week with a fun story

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Union Baptist Church, 2843 Hadensville-Fife Road, Goochland, will be presenting “Releasing The Power Within” at 7 p.m. The Guest speaker will be Reverend Vicky Anderson, Co-Pastor of Kingdom Center in Richmond. The Praise Team, God’s Silent Praise, from the Kingdom United Ministry will be performing on that blessed evening. Please come out and support the ministry and experience a joyous time in the Lord. Refreshments will be served.

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jog or walk, as well as, enjoy live music and a raffle at 9 a.m. at The Shops at Wellesley (parking lot at Park Terrace and Lauderdale Drive in Short Pump). $25 per runner and children 10 and under $5. All proceeds will benefit the Richmond Hope Foundation whose mission is to sponsor disabled children for life-changing physical therapy. Register at www. richmondhopefoundation. org under Events by May 20, 2011.

Saturday, May 21

Fauquier Baptist Church Come join the 4th Annual Gospel Chorus’s anniversary Wellesly 5K Fun Run. Run, will be held at 3 p.m.

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Playing for Cavs a dream come true for Hicks BY DAVE LAWRENCE Special Correspondent

Former Goochland high school standout John Hicks did not know what to expect when recruiters from the University of Virginia came calling in 2008. He had torn a ligament in his knee during his senior football season and played only three baseball games that spring, but they gave him reason for hope. “They told me they were going to give me a chance if they thought I was ready for a chance to play,” Hicks said. The young man from Sandy Hook wasted little time proving he was ready to play. In the three years since he arrived in Charlottesville, Hicks has played in all but three of 178 games and started all but eight—including all 65 games last season and all 48 games so far this one. Hicks hit .307 in each of his first two seasons. But after hitting a home run and a double with two runs scored and two RBI in a 14-3 Virginia shellacking of VCU 14-3 at the Diamond last week, his batting average rose to .359 this season. “John came in as a true

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The UVA team congratulates John Hicks after his solo home run in UVA’s 14-3 win over VCU at The Diamond. Hicks finished the game with a home run, double, two runs scored and two RBI.

freshman and impacted our lineup right away,” said Virginia head coach Brian O’Connor. “He’s really matured in his three years here. From an offensive standpoint, he’s become a lot more consistent. He’s not chasing as many pitches as he used to. He’s overall become a much, much better player.” Not that Hicks was a shabby player at Goochland. He was a standout in both baseball and

football. As a football player he earned All-District, All-Region and All-State honors in 2006 and 2007, and All-Metro honors after an injury-shortened 2007 season in which he rushed 85 times for 985 yards for an average of (11.27 yards per carry. As a baseball player he was a three-time All-District honoree, twice an All-Region honoree, and All-Metro and All-State in

2006, his junior year. That year he hit .527 with six home runs and 33 RBI. But playing college is different. “The pitching every day is top-notch,” Hicks said. “And playing in one of the best conferences in the country—the ACC—it’s a grind. You’re playing 50-something, 60-something games a year when in high school you played some-

thing like 20, it’s a push.” To meet the more demanding schedule, college players have to take conditioning and weight training more seriously. He said he’s gained about 20-25 pounds since starting at Virginia. “We work hard. We get ourselves in shape and we’re ready to go when the season gets here,” said Hicks. They don’t wait until spring to prepare. “The weight training is so much different. I didn’t do too much of that in high school. ... It helps in all parts of the game. It helps your body recover. It helps your legs and arms get in shape and condition, and yeah, it helps add some pop to the bat as well.” The weight training seems to have paid off in Hicks’ slugging percentage, which has increased each year from .476 in 2009 to .535 this season. His on-base percentage has likewise increased each year from .339 in 2009 to .403 this season. But there’s more to his improvement at the plate than brawn. “That’s part of the natural maturation of a hitter,” O’Connor said. “As they get

more and more experiences and they gain more confidence, they’re able to sit on pitches more, not have to chase pitches out of the strike zone, and handle a lot more balls. He’s really matured from that standpoint and that shows in the consistency of his play.” Hicks is listed as a catcher, first baseman, and outfielder— and he has plenty of experience and skill in all three positions. But this year, he has settled into the battery as a full-time catcher. “He’s really led our team the way he’s caught behind the plate all year long,” O’Connor said. “That’s been an important part of his development as a player, too. He’s caught part of the time his first two years, and now he’s the front-line, everyday catcher for us. That’s really made a difference for us. He can throw behind the plate, he’s very athletic, and he’s done a really nice job of handling our pitching staff.” Despite all the hard work, Hicks is having fun. “It’s been a dream come see Hicks >page 16

NASCAR’s ‘King’ of charity rides through VA Kyle Petty’s Charity Ride makes Virginia stop BY CHARLIE LEFFLER cleffler@goochlandgazette.com

Virginians may have noticed a vast horde of bikers descending on state earlier this week. But instead of sending residents running for the hills, this group of motorcyclists arrived to cheers and warm welcomes as part of this year’s Kyle Petty’s Charity Ride. When now retired NASCAR driver Kyle Petty first climbed aboard his motorcycle nearly

two decades ago, he had no idea where the road would lead him. Sixteen years and $14 million later, what began as a largely unplanned cross country trip has turned into the biggest charity fundraiser in NASCAR history. “The first year we rode from San Francisco, down the coast of California then we started cross country,” Petty said. “We didn’t have a clue what we were doing. There were like 35 of us. We didn’t have any hotel reservations. We didn’t know where we were going to eat. We didn’t know where we were going to stay. We didn’t know anything.

We just rode. That was it. It was chaotic and at the same time it was fun.” Petty’s first charity ride netted $35,000 dollars and they gave money to the family of an injured fireman, children’s hospitals along the route and Petty’s Victory Junction camp for children with severe medical conditions. Since that first journey, the charity has raised an average of $750,000 a year. In the 17th annual edition of the event, approximately 175 motorcyclists took off from Lake Placid, N.Y. on May 7, to work their way along the East Coast with a goal of reaching

Amelia Island, Florida one week and 2400 miles later. It is a first time route for the ride. For the first 12 years the Charity Ride sought out every possible route from West Coast to East Coast. A few years ago they changed things up, traveling from Maine to Miami then the Great Lakes to Savannah, Ga. This year they added an additional twist to the formula by making the ride’s first ever two-day stop, which took place in Virginia from Monday Photo courtesy of Kevin Kane Photography through Wednesday. Retired NASCAR driver Kyle Petty is riding through Virginia “This year we’re going to stay this week as part of his ongoing charity efforts. The Kyle Petty Charity Ride is now in it’s 17th year and has raised $14 million,

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Softball seniors say goodbye with a bang BY JIM RIDOLPHI Special Correspondent

A contrast in production was in store when the Monticello Mustangs softball squad came to Goochland last week for the teams’ second Jefferson District matchup of the year. The first meeting of the season between the two teams was a classic pitcher’s duel, with the Mustangs capturing a 1-0 victory despite a stellar performance by GHS freshman pitcher Kaytlyn Jones. In that game Jones allowed only three hits and recorded six strikeouts, breezing through the game in a little over an hour. This time would be drastically different. A combination of Bulldog errors and effective hitting carried the visitors through the first innings and allowed them to mount what seemed a safe 6-2 lead by the fourth inning. “Exciting game, but we made way too many errors in the first innings. You can’t do that against a good team like them,” said GHS coach Amy Henneberger. But that’s when the Bulldogs began crawling back. In the bottom of the fourth,

Petty continued from >page 15 at the Tides Inn in Irvington,” Petty said. “We’re going to spend two days in that area and just let people ride off around the Chesapeake.” Riders had the option to come explore Richmond, Williamsburg or anywhere in between. “A lot of day rides if people want to go out and run some different routes they can do that kind of stuff.” The Charity Ride receives a majority of its funds through corporate sponsorships but over the years Petty found the

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On Senior Night, and the final home game of the season, Goochland’s Taylor Scruggs scores the winning run in the ninth inning and the celebration begins.

catcher, Bulldog catcher Brandi Tester blasted a single that turned into a run and an RBI to trim the Mustang lead to 6-4. Monticello answered with two runs in the top of the fifth, and enjoyed a four run advantage until the bottom of the sixth. donations along the route were substantial as well. Between 50500 people often waited for the group when they made scheduled fuel stops, each asking how they could contribute to the cause. “So we started this thing called Small Change, Big Impact,” Petty said. “We bought a motorcycle and put a sidecar on it. We took the sidecar and we filled over the top and we put a helmet on there.” People along the route could drop spare change, cash or checks in for spur of the moment donations. However, on the first trip Petty soon began to wonder if the bike would survive. “It

But Goochland’s Jordan Fleming blasted a double that scored Jesse Leroy and Erika Spencer and the Bulldogs were back within two. Tester followed with another double that scored a run, and eventually crossed home to knot the game at 8-8. Goochland loaded the bases

with no outs in the bottom of the ninth, and Spencer drove in Taylor Scruggs for the winning run. The Bulldogs played solid defense in the second half of the contest, but it was clearly the Goochland bats that secured the win. Tester made

every minute count at the plate and ended the night with four RBIs. “I was seeing the ball well tonight,” she said. “We batted really well and came back strong, but we should have played better defense.” It was a different story for Monticello. “We stopped hitting the ball late in the game,” said Mustang coach Beth Humphrey. “If you are going to make mistakes like we did late in the game, you have to hit the ball.” Henneberger appreciated the comeback and never say die attitude her girls displayed in their last home game of the season. “They had a lot of heart and didn’t give up, and that’s the key,” she said. “The last couple of games we haven’t rolled over and kept playing to the final round. That’s going to win us some ball games.” The game was designated as Senior Night and the team also wore pink jerseys and socks in recognition of cancer awareness. Henneberger said both messages were important. “All of the proceeds tonight go the Susan B. Komen Foundation for breast cancer,”

way heavy,” Petty said. “We people wanting to give money www.goochlandgazette.com hauled this thing across coun- can text ‘RIDE’ to 27722 for a

she said. “We do a lot of fund raising to support those efforts and it’s an important message for the girls. Many of them have cancer survivors in their families.” For seniors like Callie Alvis, it was the last hurrah at home after a three-year varsity career. “It’s really depressing to realize we’re leaving this field and the school, but we went out with a bang,” she said. “It makes me excited to know there’s more ahead for us and hopefully, we’ll do well in the district tournament.” Jones went the distance on the mound for the Bulldogs, and seemed to get stronger as the game progressed. The team finishes out its regular season slate on the road, a game with Orange could determine the finishing order. The Bulldogs are currently tied for second in the district with four remaining regular season matchups. Monticello..... 302 120 000 — 8 15 5 Goochland..... 200 204 001 — 9 11 8 Bodine and Price; K. Jones and Tester. Highlights: Kaitlyn Bodine (M) 4 for 6, HR, 2 RBIs, 2 runs; Ericka Spencer (G) GW RBI; Brandi Tester (G) 3 for 5, 3B, 3 runs, 3 RBIs Records: Monticello n/r; Goochland 9-4, 7-2 Jefferson

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gram where, as we’re riding across county, instead of people giving us money, dropping change, just text it,” Petty said. “If you’re following the ride on site or through media or just that, you don’t have to think about it, it can go to that charity right now.” Besides Petty, former NFL player and Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker, NASCAR driver Harry Gant and NASCAR driver and BoDyn Olympic bobsled founder Geoff Bodine were among the riders.

true.” Hicks said. “It’s been a blast, going to Omaha my freshman year and just being a part of such good teams all three years here. It just feels great to help the team win.” It appears that great feeling is infectious. “I think he’s one of the big leaders on our club,” O’Connor said. “John’s a good, fun-loving guy that enjoys playing the game and loves competing. I think his teammates feed off the energy that he plays the game with.”

was a junker bike,” he said. “We were like, it’s just a junk bike we’ll put a sidecar on it.” As the ride continued the bike began handling worse and worse while the gas mileage decreased significantly. They left it parked outside their hotel rooms every night wondering if it would start the next morning or break down along the continued route. It wasn’t until they got back home to Charlotte, N.C. before they discovered the reason why the bike was laboring. “It got

much money we had or anything,” Petty said. “We got back, we had checks, we had cash, we had pennies, we had quarters. So we went through it and we ended up with about $40,000 just people dumping money at gas stops into a sidecar. “We just left it parked outside at night because we never thought about there being that much money in it,” Petty said. “It took us forever to count the money.” This year the charity entered a technological stage with the Text-to-Pledge program where


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Public Notice - Environmental Permit PURPOSE OF NOTICE: To seek public comment on a draft permit from the Department of Environmental Quality that will allow the release of treated wastewater into a water body in Goochland County, Virginia. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD: May 5, 2011 to 11:59 p.m. on June 6, 2011. PERMIT NAME: Virginia Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit - Wastewater issued by DEQ, under the authority of the State Water Control Board APPLICANT NAME, ADDRESS AND PERMIT NUMBER: Virginia Department of Corrections; 6900 Atmore Drive, Richmond, VA 23225; VA0020702 FACILITY NAME AND LOCATION: Virginia Correctional Center for Women; 2841 River Road West, Goochland, VA 23063. PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Virginia Department of Corrections has applied for a modified permit for the public Virginia Correctional Center for Women. The applicant proposes to release treated sewage wastewaters at a rate of 300,000 gallons per day into a water body. The modification of the permit would allow a reduced monitoring frequency for 5 day biochemical oxygen demand. Sludge from the treatment process will be land applied at the DOC Powhatan Correctional Facility, which is separately permitted. The facility proposes to release the treated sewage in the James River in Goochland County in the James River watershed. A watershed is the land area drained by a river and its incoming streams. The permit will limit the following pollutants to amounts that protect water quality: organic matter and solids. HOW TO COMMENT AND/OR REQUEST A PUBLIC HEARING: DEQ accepts comments and requests for public hearing by e-mail, fax or postal mail. All comments and requests must be in writing and be received by DEQ during the comment period. Submittals must include the names, mailing addresses and telephone numbers of the commenter /requester and of all persons represented by the commenter/requester. A request for public hearing must also include: 1) The reason why a public hearing is requested. 2) A brief, informal statement regarding the nature and extent of the interest of the requester or of those represented by the requester, including how and to what extent such interest would be directly and adversely affected by the permit. 3) Specific references, where possible, to terms and conditions of the permit with suggested revisions. A public hearing may be held, including another comment period, if public response is significant, based on individual requests for a public hearing, and there are substantial, disputed issues relevant to the permit. CONTACT FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS, DOCUMENT REQUESTS AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Emilee Carpenter; Piedmont Regional Office, 4949A Cox Road, Glen Allen, VA 23060; Phone: 804/5275072; E-mail: emilee.carpenter@deq.virginia.gov; Fax: 804/527-5106. The public may review the draft permit and application at the DEQ office named above by appointment or may request copies of the documents from the contact person listed above.

TRUSTEE SALES NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE SALE 223 Randolph Square Lane Richmond, VA, 23238 By virtue of the power and authority contained in a Deed of Trust dated January 26, 2005, and recorded at Instrument Number 050000707 in the Clerk’s Office for the Circuit Court for Goochland, VA, securing a loan which was originally $1,015,000.00. The appointed SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE, Commonwealth Trustees will offer for sale at public auction at the front steps of the Circuit Court for Goochland, Virginia, 2938 River Road West, Goochland, VA 23063 on June 1, 2011 at 3:30 PM improved real property, with an abbreviated legal description of LOT 2, BLOCK A, SECTION 1, RANDOLPH SQUARE, and as more fully described in the aforesaid Deed of Trust. TERMS OF SALE: The property will be sold subject to a 120 day right of redemption by the Internal Revenue Service. The property will be sold "AS IS," WITHOUT REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. A deposit of $140,000.00 in cash or cashier’s check payable to the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE will be required at the time of sale. The balance of the purchase price, with interest at the rate contained in the Deed of Trust Note from the date of sale to the date said funds are received in the office of the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE, will be due within fifteen (15) days of sale. In the event of default by the successful bidder, the entire deposit shall be forfeited and applied to the costs and expenses of sale and Trustee’s fee. All other public charges or assessments, including real property taxes, water/sewer charges, ground rent, condo/HOA dues or assessments, whether incurred prior to or after the sale, and all other costs incident to settlement to be paid by the purchaser. In the event taxes, any other public charges or condo/HOA fees have been advanced, a credit will be due to the seller, to be adjusted from the date of sale at the time of settlement. Purchaser agrees to pay the Seller’s attorneys at settlement, a fee of $295.00 for review of the settlement documents. Additional terms will be announced at the time of sale and the successful bidder will be required to execute and deliver to the Substitute Trustees a memorandum or contract of the sale at the conclusion of bidding. FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: Rosenberg & Associates, LLC (Attorney for Commonwealth Trustees, LLC) 7910 Woodmont Avenue, Suite 750 Bethesda, Maryland 20814 301-907-8000 www.rosenberg-assoc.com NOTICE OF TRUSTEE SALE 3269 Countryside West Road Gum Spring, VA, 23065-2108 By virtue of the power and authority contained in a Deed of Trust dated April 9, 2007, and recorded at Instrument Number 070001939 in the Clerk’s Office for the Circuit Court for Goochland, VA, securing a loan which was originally $190,000.00. The appointed TRUSTEE, Commonwealth Trustees, LLC will offer for sale at public auction at the front steps of the Circuit Court for Goochland, Virginia, 2938 River Road West, Goochland, VA 23063 on June 1, 2011 at 3:30 PM improved real property, with an abbreviated legal description of All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, lying in the Lickinghole District of Goochland County, Virginia, and shown, designated and described as Lot 7, on a certain plat of survey made by Kenneth M. Hart, P.L.S., dated August 13, 1984, entitled, Countryside West, consisting of Four pages, a copy of which is recorded in Plat Book 12, page 77, of the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of Goochland County, Virginia, to which plat reference is made for a more a particular description of the property.MORE commonly known as: 3269 Countryside West Road, Gum Spring, Virginia 23065. BEING the same property conveyed by Deed to Frances D. Stewart and Thomas B. Stewart, wife and husband, as tenants by the entirety with right of survivorship as at common law, from Frances D. Stewart, dated March 17, 2006 and recorded May 102006 in the Clerk’s Office of the Cir-

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y cuit Court of Goochland, Virginia as Instrument No. 06-0002387. AND FURTHER BEING the same property conveyed by Deed to Frances D. Stewart from Thomas 1. Wargo and Shirley A. Wargo, husband and wife, dated March 11, 2004 and recorded March 16 2004 in the aforesaid Clerk’s Office as Instrument No. 040001357., and as more fully described in the aforesaid Deed of Trust. TERMS OF SALE: The property will be sold "AS IS," WITHOUT REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. A deposit of $22,000.00 in cash or cashier’s check payable to the TRUSTEE will be required at the time of sale. The balance of the purchase price, with interest at the rate contained in the Deed of Trust Note from the date of sale to the date said funds are received in the office of the TRUSTEE, will be due within fifteen (15) days of sale. In the event of default by the successful bidder, the entire deposit shall be forfeited and applied to the costs and expenses of sale and Trustee’s fee. All other public charges or assessments, including real property taxes, water/sewer charges, ground rent, condo/HOA dues or assessments, whether incurred prior to or after the sale, and all other costs incident to settlement to be paid by the purchaser. In the event taxes, any other public charges or condo/HOA fees have been advanced, a credit will be due to the seller, to be adjusted from the date of sale at the time of settlement. Purchaser agrees to pay the Seller’s attorneys at settlement, a fee of $295.00 for review of the settlement documents. Additional terms will be announced at the time of sale and the successful bidder will be required to execute and deliver to the Substitute Trustees a memorandum or contract of the sale at the conclusion of bidding. FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: Rosenberg & Associates, LLC (Attorney for Commonwealth Trustees, LLC) 7910 Woodmont Avenue, Suite 750 Bethesda, Maryland 20814 301-907-8000 www.rosenberg-assoc.com TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 20 BUCK BRANCH DRIVE, Richmond, VA 23233 In execution of a Deed of Trust in the original principal amount of $206,000.00, with an annual interest rate of 5.5000% from JOHN E. GRIGG, JR AND BLAIR KEMPTON GRIGG dated August 25, 2003, recorded among the land records of the Circuit Court for the COUNTY OF GOOCHLAND as Deed Book/Instrument # 030005504, the undersigned appointed Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at public auction on the front steps at the Circuit Court building for the County of Goochland located at 2938 River Road West, Goochland, Virginia on June 1, 2011 at 5:15 PM, the property with improvements to wit: LOT 10, BLOCK C, OF SECTION 3, ON PLAT DATED MARCH 27, 1972, ENTITLED "LOWER TUCKAHOE SECTION 3", RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 12, PAGES 19-22, CLERK’S OFFICE, CIRCUIT COURT, GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA, SAID PLAT WAS CORRECTED BY PLAT DATED MARCH 27, 1972, REVISED MAY 12, 1977, ENTITLE "CORRECTED SUBDIVISION, LOWER TUCKAHOE, SECTION 3, A COPY OF WHICH PLAT WAS RECORDED MAY 29, 1977, CLERK’S OFFICE, CIRCUIT COURT, GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA, IN PLAT BOOK 12, PAGES 3236. AND further described in the above Deed of Trust. (Tax Map No. 67-13-C-10) THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR. TERMS OF SALE: ALL CASH. A bidder’s deposit of $15,000.00 or 10% of the sale price, whichever is lower, will be required in cash, certified or cashier’s check. Settlement within fifteen (15) days of sale, otherwise Trustees may forfeit deposit. Additional terms to be announced at sale. Loan type: Conventional. Trustee’s File No. 11-211434D. PROFESSIONAL FORECLOSURE CORPORATION OF VIRGINIA, Substitute Trustees, C/O Shapiro & Burson, LLP, 236 Clearfield Avenue, Suite 215, Virginia Beach, VA 23462 (757) 687-8777


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PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, as amended, the County of Goochland, Virginia has requested the Attorney General of the United States to preclear the redistricting ordinance adopted by the Board of Supervisors on May 3, 2011, to adjust the election district boundaries, and to establish and eliminate precincts and polling places. A complete duplicate copy of the submission is available for public inspection and copying on the County’s website (www.co.goochland.va.us) and at the Office of the County Administrator (Suite 300), located at the County Administration Building, 1800 Sandy Hook Road, Goochland, Virginia, during regular business hours. Citizen comments concerning the submission may be addressed to the Chief, Voting Section, Civil Rights Division, Room 7254 - NWB, Department of Justice, 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20530 or submitted by email to vot1973c@usdoj.gov. Rebecca T. Dickson County Administrator

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DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Goochland County Planning and Zoning THE GOOCHLAND COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING IN THE BOARD MEETING ROOM IN THE GOOCHLAND COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING LOCATED AT 1800 SANDY HOOK ROAD, GOOCHLAND, VIRGINIA THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2011 AT 7:00 PM ON THE FOLLOWING: County Wide Ordinance Amendment: Ordinance amending the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to amend Article 21 (“Supplementary Regulations”), Division 2 (“Streets and Highways; Motor Vehicles”), Section 5 (“Parking, storage, removal and disposal of inoperable vehicles”) to amend the title of the section by inserting the words “motor” and “trailers or semitrailers”; to appropriately amend the definition of inoperable motor vehicles to include “trailers” and “semitrailers”; and to provide that “farm tractors” and “farm utility vehicles” with certain restrictions are exempt from the provisions of this section District 5 CU-2000-00014 Application filed by Claude W. & Sara Wilson requesting an extension of a Conditional Use Permit for Assessor’s Parcel Nos. 62-9-0-8-0 (GPIN 7714-09-4287) and 62-1-0-34-0 (GPIN 7714-09-1243) located at 377 Running Cedar Trail in the Dover Magisterial District. The applicant boards horses in an existing barn and provides horse riding lessons. The Conditional Use Permit expired December 31, 2010. The Comprehensive Plan shows this area suitable for residential use with a three acre minimum lot. District 4 CU-2011-00001 Application filed by S. B. Cox Ready Mix, Inc. requesting a Conditional Use Permit for Assessor’s Parcel No. 48-16-0-29-0 (GPIN 772850-2054) located at 2160 Lanier Lane in the Lanier Industrial Park, Phase III in the Dover Magisterial District. The applicant plans to establish and operate a concrete/asphalt facility with outside storage to include, but not limited to, equipment, vehicles, machinery, stone, sand, asphalt millings, recycled concrete, and other construction materials. The Comprehensive Plan shows this area suitable for industrial use. District 4 CU-2011-00002 Application filed by JNE Enterprise, LLC d/b/a Carnet (Jody Crown) requesting a Conditional Use Permit for Assessor’s Parcel No. 59-1-0-10-0 (GPIN 7726-66-8845) located at 12642 Broad Street Road in the Dover Magisterial District. The applicant plans to lease office space in an existing building (Floor Trader) to operate a used auto sales with no more than ten vehicles at any time on the lot. The Comprehensive Plan shows this area suitable for commercial. Anyone may attend and express opinion on the above. Application(s) may be viewed at the County Administration Building, Department of Community Development, Planning and Zoning Office, each business day between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Meeting accommodations including interpreters are provided upon request. Telephone 556-5860 (TDD 711 (Virginia Relay)). E-mail address: countyadmin@co.goochland.va.us. Website: www.co.goochland.va.us.


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Walkerton Tavern opens doors for spring festival By Jim Ridolphi Contributing Writer Walkerton Tavern is one of Henrico County’s hidden gems. Located on Mountain Road adjacent the Glen Allen Cultural Arts Center, the historic building has a storied past with former lives as a tavern, store, post office, private residence and a possibly a Union field hospital. Last week, the site, now part of Henrico’s Recreation and Parks system, opened its doors for its second annual Spring Open House. It was an old fash-

ioned celebration of the season complete with watermelon, lemonade, good time music, games and arts and crafts. “This is a combination of an outdoor spring festival and an open house of Walkerton Tavern,” said Cindy Rinker, site manager. “We’re trying to get families and kids to take a look at Walkerton and see all of the programs we offer throughout the year,” she added. More importantly, it gave visitors a first hand look at Walkerton and the many activities it hosts throughout the year. The immaculately restored building is available for private rentals for

weddings and business meetings, and sponsors a variety of specialty programs such as sewing and writing groups. Opened more than five years ago, the park is gaining popularity, especially for its serene gardens and gazebo area behind the main house. “It’s the perfect place to come and set up a croquet game with your family,” said Rinker. Site museum technician Bob Lehr hosted tours through the tavern at regular intervals throughout the afternoon, and Paul Muller and the Company continued on page 2

Contributed Report Two of Henrico County’s finest educators were named the 2011 Gilman Teacher of the Year and First-Year Teacher of the Year at an awards ceremony last night. Gail C. Wood of Hermitage High School and Ashley Ciara Sweatt of Fair Oaks Elementary School were among the 114 teachers honored for their dedication in the classroom. Wood was named the school division’s 2011 Gilman Teacher of the Year. She teaches French and Spanish at Hermitage High School. Wood Finalists for the award are Sally M. Austin of Pemberton Elementary School; Mindy Fennemore Dobrinski of Holman Middle School; Marcelle Armstrong Hicks of Varina Elementary School; and Alisa Smith of Harvie Elementary School. Sweatt, the 2011 First-Year Teacher of the Year, teaches third-grade at Fair Oaks Elementary School. Finalists for the award are Lauren Bew of Twin Hickory Elementary School; Elizabeth Foster of Carver Elementary School; and Lindsey Pantele of Glen Allen High Sweatt School. The Henrico Education Foundation supported the event, and Herff Jones Inc. donated a $1,000 cash award for the Gilman Teacher of the Year winner and $500 for each of the four finalists. In addition, Beth Reed, an autism teacher at Mehfoud Elementary School, was named the Christie Award winner for 2011. The Christie Award recognizes a member of Exceptional Education and Support Services whose contribution to HCPS has been exemplary in service of children and their families. see AWARDS continued on page 3

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It’s Not Too Late... Too late for what you ask; to insist that your voices be heard by the county administrators? In recent weeks, I’ve been looking into how the folks in District 1, Fife, and Hadensville have cast their votes over the past sixteen (16) years relative to the County Supervisor’s seat. I was astonished to find that since 1995 there have not been more than 1,230 votes cast in the local election for Supervisor, a rather dismal showing at best. In 2007, there were only 1,024 votes cast in the District 1 race for Supervisor, while there were more than 2,500 registered voters living in this district. Currently, with recent redistricting efforts gaining momentum, it appears there will be roughly 3,000 registered voters in the Fife and Hadensville precincts. The total population in this district alone will reach approximately 4,300 residents. During the 2008 Presidential election, eighty-five (85) percent of the registered voters in Goochland County cast their votes and made their voices heard loud and clear. This makes me believe that the people in District 1 really do care about what happens in their community and the country at large. This being said, I would urge all the residents in each district this year to demonstrate how much they care about our local elections, and go to the polls to cast their votes for change. I would also hope to see efforts made to ensure those people not yet registered to vote have the opportunity to do so, with the assistance of their friends and neighbors in the registration process. The right to vote in this country was a hard fought battle, and that privilege should not be taken lightly. Now all this may be somewhat presumptive of me, but I am hoping that when all your votes are counted that I will become your new County Supervisor in District 1. I am certain that if you look at the “roads” right outside your driveway you’ll find they look like a patchwork quilt, where nothing more than a few minimal spot repairs have never been made. Many of you may also recall that when the county moved the satellite dump to this area, it was recommended by the advisory panel that a site be included for both Fife and Hadensville. The reason the recommendation was ignored is also obvious, and needs no further explanation. There have not been a great deal of improvements made at this end of Goochland in the recent past. While I cannot make promises, “with only one vote to cast out of five” that immediate changes will take place, or be seen overnight, they will in fact be made. Goochland County is a great place to live and raise your families. However, we in the western part of the county have often been ignored by our elected leaders, and it’s time that changed. We all pay taxes, but we do not all benefit equally from the taxes paid. If you feel confident enough in me, to select me as your candidate for Supervisor, this is much I promise. I will always be available to you to discuss your concerns, and if possible, walk with you to the doors that need opening, where changes might be addressed, and if possible made. Your issues will become my issues, and together we can change Goochland County to an even better place to live.

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Store provided a lively mix of homespun melodies. The tavern, built in 1825 by John Walker, was used primarily as a private residence throughout the years. The county obtained it for use as a recreation center in 2005. “It’s a unique recreation center. We’re maintaining the integrity of the history and keeping it as an historic facility while opening it up to the public for a recreation center,” Rinker said. The landscaped gardens provide a peaceful respite for visitors, and many of the flowers were planted by a summer gardening group that meets at the tavern. Local Boy Scout troops have also contributed plantings to the gardens. Rinker said the facility is largely booked on weekends in the spring for weddings, graduation parties and other private activities. The next big event on the Walkerton Tavern schedule takes place in August, when the site will host a Civil War themed event. “We have the 12th Virginia reenactors coming out here for a full day, and that should be a cool event,” Rinker said. “They are going to set up a field hospital, and have a sendoff of the troops out front, so we’re excited about that,” she added. For today, a simple game of badminton or a quiet corner to read seemed more than enough for the visitors. Johnique Spencer passed out watermelon and Kool Pops to anxious takers, and said attendance had been steady for the one-day event. “We’ve had a good turnout,” she said. Joellyn Harris distributed tiny plants to kids with potential green thumbs and said Saturday’s event was a good collection of fun things to do. Other stations assisted kids in making flowers and beading. “It seems like everyone is enjoying the great weather and the relaxing atmosphere,” Harris said as she passed out a small marigold seedling. Rinker said she hopes the

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Meredith Bond provides a face painting for Lily Rea, 7.

Three year old Jocelyn Quezada found the colorful badminton birdies a more than adequate form of entertainment.

And, there’s another good open house will introduce more people to Walkerton, and let citi- reason for the daylong event, zens know just what a great facil- according to Rinker. ity it truly is. “We want people “This is a great way to let to come out and enjoy this,” she people come in and have fun.” said.


Summer concert series returns to Short Pump Town Center Contributed Report Thursday evenings this summer are heating up with the return of Short Pump Town Center’s Summer Concert Series beginning Thursday, June 2 and continuing every Thursday evening (weather permitting) through Thursday, August 25. Families are invited to enjoy FREE live music performed by local bands, great food, prizes and of course, fabulous shopping! Concerts begin at 6:00 PM and

run until 8:00 PM in the Main Plaza. Concert-goers don’t have to worry about dinner with dining options that include seven Food Court eateries, Baker’s Crust Café, California Pizza Kitchen, The Cheesecake Factory, Copper Grill Lobster and Steak House, Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, Maggiano’s Little Italy, Tara Thai and Lehja, India Delicious!

“We’re very excited about our eighth annual Summer Concert Series! It’s a free family friendly music series that continues to be a tradition for many Richmonders” says Kelly Marron, Marketing Coordinator for Short Pump Town Center. “We are thrilled about hosting such a wide variety of musical talents and musical genres this summer and hope our concert-goers will join us in kicking off the weekend a little early!”

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applications based on a point system for evidence of professional development, school/community activities in and outside of the classroom, participation in professional organizations, and their professional beliefs essay. Finally, five teachers (one from each magisterial district) are nominated for the Gilman Teacher of the Year honor. All five nominees undergo an interview with the panel, and

the winner is declared. The First-Year Teacher of the Year process begins with administrator and faculty nominations followed by an application and essay by the nominee. A committee of six administrators and specialists review applications based on a rubric. Four nominees are selected to interview, and a winner is chosen.

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Gilman Teacher of the Year is an annual event that rewards teachers from across the county for their commitment to education. Teachers are nominated by their schools, and their applications are judged by a panel of administrators and specialists. This group judges

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