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Auditor’ report: alleged embezzlement is $180,470 Another $49,506 is listed as an estimate of accounting errors found in the turn over audit of funds received by Interim Treasurer Pamela C. Johnson. The Report on the Treasurer’s Turnover of Goochland County covers the transfer of assets to Pamela C. By Ken Odor Johnson, appointed Interim Treasurer effective April jodor@goochlandgazette.com 25, 2011, after the alleged fraud under the former treaA report released last week by the Auditor of Public surer. Grubbs was arrested February 2 this year, admitting Accounts Walter J. Kucharski puts the amount allegedly embezzled by former Goochland Treasurer Brenda S. at the time to cashing checks amounting to $135,000. She is scheduled to appear in Goochland Circuit Court Grubbs at $180,470. July 26 for arraignment on 20 felony counts of embezzlement, money laundering and attempted embezzlement. Not all discrepancies are likely to have been uncovereby the audit, wrote Kucharski in the report’s cover letter. “The lack of internal controls and the actions of the outgoing Treasurer make it unlikely that we have identified all the errors, reconciling items and other adjustments necessary to accurately determine all of the assets and liabilities that the incoming Treasurer will assume, especially for the county’s Operating Account,” wrote Kucharski, referring to a lack of segregation of duties and “basic operational processes common to any Treasurer’s Office.” Evidence of misappropriated funds has been turned over to law enforcement, wrote Kucharski. The report contains a section on Internal Control Issues outlining weaknesses found and suggested remedies plus a letter from the Interim Treasurer on changes made to put these remedies into practice. The auditor faulted treasurer’s office for some funFile photo by Ken Odor damental errors, such as not endorsing all checks imme-

Plus $49,506 in accounting errors noted in report

Former Goochland Treasurer Brenda S. Grubbs arrives for a preliminary hearing in May.

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Obituaries Opinion Sports TV Listings

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Beth Hardy says thinking outside the box is needed on the School Board.

Hardy will run for School Board in District 4 By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Yet another new candidate for the Goochland School board has declared, as Beth Hardy said last week that she will run for the District 4 seat now held by Andrew Meng. Hardy stepped in when Sonya Marsh announced she would be moving out of state after her husband accepted a new job. According to an email from Marsh, Hardy had been on her campaign team. Hardy said as much in an interview Monday. “Her rescinding her candidacy was my reason for stepping up,” said

Hardy, who also said she had received encouragement to run from Meng in a meeting with him about a year ago. “He encouraged me to run then,” said Hardy, who has lived in Goochland for the last 12 years. With one child recently graduated from Goochland High School and three still in the system, Hardy has been active for years in the school system, she said, serving as Randolph Elementary School PTA president in 2009-2010. Hardy, a marketing and public relations consultant, has also served on the PTA board at Goochland

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Batteau festival ends on a cool day at Maidens’ Landing By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Once again, a crowd gathered to see the flat-bottomed boats called batteaux, put in at Maidens’ Landing last Saturday, ending the 26th annual James River Batteau Festival. “We’re holding out for the Lady Slipper,” said “Bootsie” Battaile, on the bank with her

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ler as the Spirit of the James pulled in. “If you want perfect this was pretty close to it,” she said. “It was a very good trip. There was plenty of water.” Reeder’s son William was on the rear tiller, she said. Although the weather was ideal Saturday, the crowd seemed sparser than at last year’s 25th anniversary trip. But Brian Coffield, vice president of the Virginia Canals and Navigation Society dismissed that notion. “This is the end of the trip – people come and just leave after the boats come in,” he explained. Coffield said the society was growing. According to the society’s brochure, the festival began after a 1983 archaeological excavation in Richmond discovered the nearly forgotten boats and inspired the creation of the James River Batteau Festival. “There are a lot of younger people becoming involved,” he said. Crew member Alan Williamson of the Sedalia Endeavor echoed the senti-

Report continued from > page 1 diately upon receipt. “Because a check is a payment demand instrument, leaving the check unendorsed increases the risk that others may fraudulently endorse the check if misplaced or stolen,” wrote Kucharski. “It is important that the Treasurer restrictively endorse all checks “For Deposit Only”,” he wrote. Other weaknesses included failure to limit access to cash, having more than 30 open bank accounts, some with zero or low balances and a lack of training for the deputy treasurers.

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Crewperson Henka Reeder hops ashore after manning the tiller on the Spirit of the James as it pulled in to Maidens’ Landing Saturday.

ments about this year’s trip. “It was wonderful,” said Williamson. “Good water, a good level, not too low.” Williamson, crewing the Sedalia Endeavor for the third

year, extolled the pleasures of the trip. “It’s very relaxing, with good food and hanging out with friends,” he said. For more information on

the programs of the Virginia Canals and Navigation Society, visit their web site at www.vacanals.org. The festival’s web site is www.batteau.org.

Kucharski recommended limiting the use of Treasurer’s checks to emergency situations and when there is no other way to transfer funds. Interim Treasurer Johnson wrote in her letter attached to the report that progress has been made in many areas. Checks are now immediately restrictively endorsed upon receipt with some training already been done and more scheduled. Some accounts have been closed and others will be closed before the end of FY2011, wrote Johnson. Treasurer’s checks have been limited to the transfer of funds, mostly to funds collected on

behalf of the State Treasurer, wrote Johnson. Goochland County Administration issued a press release earlier in the week addressing some of the issues raised by the audit. The statement notes many of the same changes described by Johnson in her letter. The release also notes that Johnson is now reaching the benchmark of completing cash reconciliations for monthly closings of the county’s financial system within 60 calendar days of month end with a new goal to accomplish this task within 30 days. Deput y Count y

Administrator John Wack said Friday that the county has a Public Official Schedule Bond in the amount of $400,000 which can be used if the missing funds are not fully recovered during the judicial process. Board of Supervisors Chairman William Quarles said he thinks the Treasurer’s Office is making progress. “I feel that the proper steps are being taken by the Interim Treasurer working with staff in County Administration to correct the flawed internal controls, training issues, and process short comings,” said Quarles.


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Hardy continued from > page 1 Middle School and has been a member of the Superintendent’s Community Advisory Committee for several years. Most recently she was a member of the Academics sub-committee for GCPS Strategic Planning. She is a University of Richmond graduate with a degree in Business Administration and is a Goochland Leadership Enterprise graduate. “I feel compelled to run so I can make a difference,� said Hardy, citing her background as a parent, taxpayer and business person as giving her the skills to “bring people together to do the best thing for our kids.� “My biggest thing is the classroom,� said Hardy, “It’s the last place cuts should occur,� she said, noting that she had heard criticism of the recent hiring of a new Director of Secondary Education from many Goochland residents. Hardy said the most impor-

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tant task for the board that will be sworn in next January is to restore public confidence, saying she has seen a “degeneration of the people’s confidence in the School Board.� “The status quo is not cutting it,� she said and “provocative changes� need to be considered. Hardy said she advocates a “zero based budget,� essentially starting from scratch to identify what needs are critical. Hardy said she favors revising the RIF (Reduction in Force) policy “to manage our teaching resources based on merit, not tenure.� She also supports moving School Board meetings to the Board of Supervisors meeting room in the Public Administration building. “When I see microphones that don’t work and presentations that you can’t see it drives me insane,� said Hardy of the current meeting site at GHS. Hardy was also critical of late additions to meeting agendas as well as the long waits for meet-

ing minutes to be posted, saying that the lack of a written record spawned rumors of what actions had been taken by the School Board. “I don’t know how you can have adequate time to make an informed decision that reflects the will of your constituents,� she said of such late additions to meeting agendas. Hardy said if elected she would consider having monthly “town hall� style meetings to hear from parents, saying that “people want to know that they are being heard and that their taxes are being used wisely.� Hardy said her relationship with Goochland School Superintendent Linda Underwood “mutually respectful although we don’t always agree.� On the relationship of the board and the superintendent, Hardy said “Ultimately the superintendent works for the board and the board works for the constituents.� And the relationship

between the supervisors and school board members needs to improve, said Hardy. “They hold the purse strings,� said Hardy of the supervisors, calling for a partnership between the two boards. Although she acknowledged that next year’s budget process will also be difficult, Hardy said she is “terribly excited about being a candidate,� and believes positive changes can be made. Hardy said there is a great passion for the schools in the county but that “people willing to volunteer and donate funds are reluctant for various reasons.� “Perception is reality,� she said, underscoring the need to restore public confidence in the School Board.

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segment of their total 16-week scholarship program, said he was very impressed by what he saw at Brookview. Before dinner, the group took a motorized tour of the farm while Sandy and Rossie Fisher told them the history of Brookview and their philosophy of organic farming. Fisher pointed out the 160 acres of flood plain where they used to grow corn and wheat in the 1970s, but which is now planted with a variety of trees and is part of the James River Wetlands Mitigation Landbank. Rossie said the entire farm is under a conservation easement, explaining the concept to the visiting scholars. “It will never be devel-

oped,” she explained. The Fishers used to raise free range chickens but now concentrate on cattle farming, with about 150 animals. Farm manager Doug Wright explained that the cattle graze the land. “They never get grain,” said Wright, who has managed the farm the last four years. The Brookview operation impressed Amii Cahill, who works for the Irish Farmers Association. “I’ve never seen a conservation project like this,” said Cahill. She said she was impressed with the concept of preserving wetlands to offset those affected by development.

Cahill said she lobbies the Irish government and Europe on behalf of the 85,000 members of the association and also works in negotiating prices for pigs and poultry. She said she will write a paper based on what she learns from the Nuffield Scholars program. At the end of the dinner, Nuffield Scholar Paul Lambert, a dairy farmer from Tasmania in Australia, thanked the CRC for the days’ tour. In addition to Brookview, the six Nuffield Scholars visited Lower Byrd Farm, Rassawek Winery, Byrd Farm and the Kelona Farm in Powhatan.

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Brookview Farm manager Doug Wright, standing left, explains to the visiting Nuffield Scholars how the cattle at Brookview are raised.


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Getting inner city kids outdoors Hikers raise money for Blue Sky Fund By Jim Fields jfields@mechlocal.com

Bryce Allison is a Goochland County resident who likes to spend a lot of time on his feet. Allison is an outdoorsman who is a hiker, and when he goes out for a little walk, it’s not just around the block. “A nice hike is 10 to 12 miles,� he said. “I’ve been on some longer ones, but 10 to 12 miles is a good, manageable distance.� Longer hikes, especially those over 20 miles, are sometimes called “Death Marches.� On May 14, Allison and four friends set out to hike 41 miles in one day to raise money for the Blue Sky Fund. The Blue Sky Fund is a Richmond based organization that works to get inner city kids into the outdoors. Allison and his friends raised about $1,300 that will be used to pay for summer camp for about 10 children. “We hiked the part of the Appalachian Trail that goes through Maryland,� Allison said. “It’s 41 miles and called the Maryland Challenge. From where we started, we walked north a short distance to the Mason-Dixon Line. We paused long enough to have a picture taken at the sign post, stepped over into Pennsylvania, and then turned south back into Maryland. By the time we finished at Harpers Ferry, W.Va., we had hiked through three states.� In addition to Allison, Ms. Scottie Pate and Ken Vande Vrede completed the hike. Pate finished in 16 hours while Allison and Vrede took just over 17. Cat Anthony, the Director of Operations for the Blue Sky Fund, started the hike but had to leave after 10 miles to return to

Richmond due to another commitment. Brian Miller was the fifth hiker, and he had to drop out after 31 miles due to blisters on his feet. “Ken and I started talking about and planning the hike in February,� Allison added. “We put information about it on hikingupward.com to try and get people to join us and to pledge money. I started telling people they had to get in shape, to start walking and make plans for taking care of their feet.� The group started their hike at 4:15 a.m. “The weather conditions that day were not exactly ideal for hiking,� he said. “Most of the day was damp and dreary, and we had rain for about two hours. It didn’t stop us. We just put on our rain gear and kept walking.� Successful hikes need support personnel, and Tony and Linda Van Vugt were there every step of the way. At the first stop, they had drinks and donuts for them, and later for lunch, sub sandwiches and hot coffee topped the menu. Water, power drinks, snacks and bandages for sore feet were always available, and when they crossed the Goodloe Footbridge to finish their trek, they were there to pick them up. For Allison, his wife Julie, joins him on some of his shorter, less demanding hikes. As for daughters Heather and Abbie, hiking is not their forte. “Our daughters prefer the beaches of the Outer Banks as opposed to narrow mountain trails,� Allison said with a smile. “I understand and that’s fine. When I was young, I played a lot of soccer, but as I got older, my body started telling me I needed to find something not as strenuous. I was on vacation with Julie several years ago and took some day hikes offered where we were staying. That’s how it started for me and I’ve been hooked since.�

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It’s the voters’ job If anyone needed a reminder of the importance of scrutiny by the voters of the candidates they pick in the privacy of the voting booth, last week’s report by the Auditor of Public Accounts should do the trick. Some of the observations of the report, which records the turnover of accounts from former Goochland Treasurer Brenda S. Grubbs to Interim Treasurer Pamela C. Johnson, take one aback on first reading. Not even considering the pending criminal charges against the former treasurer, it appears that the office was run for years without even the most rudimentary procedures one would have expected. The language is plain. “Basic controls and operational processes common to any Treasurer’s Office do not exist within this Office,” wrote auditor Walter J. Kucharski in his report on Internal Control Issues. Numerous observations by the auditor make it clear that the office was run in a way no ordinary mom and pop business would likely have tolerated. Literally jumping off the page is the line in the report that reads: “It is important that the Treasurer restrictively endorse all checks “For deposit only.” Other deficiencies noted make it easy to understand the calls by some that the treasurer should have certain minimum qualifications to be allowed to run for the position, or that a different form of county government be instituted that would have an appointed treasurer. But that’s not the case, so it’s left to the voters to evaluate the candidates based on what they can learn during the campaign season. Maybe the disaster that used to be

the Goochland Treasurer’s Office under Grubbs’ tenure will serve notice to voters that it is their responsibility to familiarize themselves with candidates for such a critical job. But further still, perhaps the debacle will make plain just how important it is to insist on as much information as possible from candidates for any elective offices at every level. Honesty, competence, dedication and good judgment are needed at every level in all offices, trumping all other attributes. It’s up to the voters to make sure candidates elected possess them.

County draws visitors Goochland farms served as host to two sets of visitors last week, as farmers from the Nuffield Scholars and attendees at the National Holstein Convention made separate visits to the county to learn more about what’s important to us all: producing food. The busload of conventioneers who visited the Alvis Dairy Farm in Manakin-Sabot seemed mighty impressed at the recycling efforts of that operation, which the owners attributed to necessity as much as anything else. And the six Nuffield Scholars, hailing from Australia, the U.K. and Ireland appeared impressed with the conservation and organic operation of Brookview Farm, also in Manakin-Sabot. Just goes to show that although development is crucial, there’s still a lot to be said for the value of agriculture.

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’Round and ’round the empty parking lot we went, passing the long-shuttered Winn-Dixie dozens of times in what I began to pretend was the slowest, most frightening NASCAR practice session in the history of people turning left. “The Hollifield Racing Team can’t be pleased, Darrell, posting a best lap of 6.2 mph and nearly hitting a building several times.” My seemingly endless circling began with a call at work. Our daughter’s number popped up,

and I knew I would hear the question about microwave wattusual summer refrain of, “I can’t age, it was a panicked cry for find the (fill in the blank),” or, help. “Daddy, the school called. “How long do you heat a Hot Pocket?” see Column > page 7 I was wrong. Instead of a

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Column continued from > page 6 I start the driving part of driver’s ed tomorrow. I need to practice.” After I wrote about the first father-daughter driving lesson last September, the kid and I braved approximately two more sessions, both of which ended with me offering this paternal bit of wisdom: “Stop … stop … STOP!” I intended for there to be more lessons. I wanted her to climb into that “Student Driver”-topped car with the confidence and skill of

Mario Andretti, astonishing the instructor with her mastery of the highway, but it just never happened. Instead, there were many Xbox rounds of “Grand Theft Auto.” She could not parallel park in the real world, but she could steal a virtual ambulance and flee the cops like a seasoned pro. “We’ll go somewhere and practice when I get home,” I assured her. “There’s no reason to worry. It will be fine.” I was lying. There were plenty of reasons to worry. My child, who can barely see over the dashboard, should not be allowed on a public highway with a bunch of a

OPINION: Letters to the Editor speed-crazed, text-sending, makeup-applying, radio-fiddling, sausage-biscuit-eating maniacs whose highway etiquette makes “The Road Warrior” seem like an afterschool special promoting the virtues of responsible automobile ownership. But it is inevitable. Just ahead is the entrance ramp to a lifetime of motoring. The light is about to turn green. For this driver’s-ed eve lesson, I chose the parking lot of the old Winn-Dixie. I figured whatever we hit, we couldn’t do any more damage than the economy did. “Start ’er up,” I said. “How do you do that?”

Doh! In previous lessons, she took the wheel while the truck was already running. “Get the key out of the console, put it there and turn it. OK, next time you can stop turning it just before you hear that horrific grinding noise.” And we were off. We made a slow circle of the parking lot. Then we made another slow circle of the parking lot. Then we made 15 more slow circles of the parking lot, and my brain, which I have difficulty controlling, shifted into NASCAR announcer mode. “After a terrible practice session, Darrell, the situa-

William Marlin Davis, age 59, passed away suddenly on June 16, 2011 in his Goochland home as a result of complications from a gastric ulcer. Born in Richmond, he grew up in Wilmington, Del and graduated from Brandywine High School and the University of Delaware where he received a degree in

entomology and forestry. He worked for Dow Chemical as a field sales specialist and retired to Goochland after nearly 30 years of service. Bill was an avid outdoorsman who loved to hunt and fish. In addition to being a history buff, he enjoyed many hobbies including gardening, woodworking and recently beekeeping. He was preceded in death by his parents

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Grammy award winner Bill Harley signs a book for Elizabeth Dilandro Monday at Tuckahoe Library where he entertained parents and kids at the Henrico Library Summer Reading Club launch.

Nationally known singer kicks off Henrico Summer Reading Club By Ken Odor Media General Staff Writer “I’ve got a pile of 50 books by the side of my bed,” said children’s singer and songwriter Bill Harley, as he signed books and CDs after his performance at Tuckahoe Library Monday afternoon. Harley was in town to kick

off the Henrico Library system’s Summer Reading Club with a program of children’s songs and stories. He was scheduled to appear later at Dumbarton Library and also at Twin Hickory and Fairfield the next day. Children’s Librarian Sue Van Tassel introduced two-time Grammy Award winner Harley.

“He’s a singer and author and has been on PBS,” she said, in addition to mentioning Harley’s Grammy awards. Harley stood up and grabbed his guitar. “I think I’ll sing a song – that’s my job,” he said. Pretty soon he had the crowd of parents and children singing

along and signing to a song called “We All Live in the Milky Way.” A little later it was a ditty called “There’s a Pea on my Plate.” Perhaps the most entertaining part of the show was the story “The Best Candy in the Whole World” about a kid named See Harley page 11

Six Hermitage High School employees were honored at last week’s school board meeting by the American Red Cross after they helped save the life of 19year-old Kathryn Hardy. Nancy M. Steiner, Sandra M. Ruder, Catherine T. Brawley, Omega Wilson, Officer Chip Holder and Diane Saunders received the American Red Cross Personal Action Award for coming to Hardy’s aid after she went into cardiac arrest on her way to her first period class on June 7. “Her face was blue and the nurse said she didn’t have a T H E

pulse,” Hermitage High School Principal Omega Wilson said. “If it were not for our staff and everyone who was there, I don’t think Kathryn Hardy would be here today.” But the efforts of people from Hermitage High School did not stop there. Hardy’s friend, Jarrett Taylor, a student at Hermitage High School decided to organize a car wash on June 18 to help Hardy and her family with medical expenses. “I told (Taylor) I’d be happy See Hermitage page 11

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Barney, who helped an old lady with her groceries at the supermarket and ended up with a never ending piece of candy in his right front pocket. Caused him all sorts of trouble. Harley closed with “At Your Library,” where “all you gotta do is get a library card.” The Summer Reading Club is important to maintain reading skills, said Tuckahoe Manager Karen Nelson. “If kids don’t read over the summer they fall back,” she said. Henrico Library’s Beverly Lammay said they booked Harley to try to boost the numbers in the Summer Reading

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to help,” Kristiaan Wiedegreen, an exceptional education teacher at the high school said. “We had about 15 students come out to help. The kids did all the work

Club program. She reiterated Nelson’s sentiment that students need to keep reading over the summer to be ready for school in the fall. Harley’s appearances were paid for by the Henrico Friends so I have to say it was probably the easiest event I’ve ever helped with.” The PTSA-sponsored car wash raised more than $700 for the cause. “Every person I talked with seemed amazed at Kathryn’s story

of the Library, as are three iPads that will be presented as prizes to the winners of a drawing at the end of the Summer Reading Club program, one each to the children, teens and adult divisions. and honored that they could take part in helping us help her family,” said Renee Green, a teacher at Hermitage and a co-organizer of the event. According to Green, the students rotated stations and Hardy even washed a car or two with

Contributed Report Henrico County’s Jason Sharpe recently outperformed mechanics fromaroundthestatetocapturefirst place in the Virginia’s Best School Bus Technician Competition, held by the Virginia Association for Pupil Transportation (VAPT) in Spotsylvania County. Now he’s making travel plans for San Antonio, Texas where he will represent the commonwealth at the national School Bus Technician’s Training and Skills Competition in September. Sharpe, who was recognized by Henrico’s Board of Supervisors at its June 14 meeting, has worked as an automotive equipment mechanic at the county’s Central Automotive Maintenance facility since 2008.v “Jason is truly gifted and dedicated to his work and is a popular member of our staff,” said Automotive Fleet Manager Charles Gibbens. “He will do a great job representing Henrico County and Virginia in San Antonio.” The VAPT competition consisted of a written exam as well as a timed hands-on segment that tested contestants’ problem-solving skills under pressure. Participants were presented with several buses requiring repair and then were evaluated on their diagnostic ability, speed and application of safety measures. Sharpe said he diagnosed repairs ranging from drivability issues to electrical malfunctions. “There are times when you need to work quickly, such as when a bus is broken down on the road,” he said. “You pay attention to everything under the bus — that’s when experience comes into play.” Sharpe, 28, holds an associate’s degree in automobile science from her peers. “It gives me hope as an educator to see kids come out and get organized to help their friend,” Wiedegreen said. “And with less than a week of school left, working hard in the hot sun, it’s amazing.”

J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College. He said he grew up around people working on engines and vehicles. “School buses are very sophisticated, especially in terms of electronics,” he said. “There is something new every day, and that keeps things interesting.” Sharpe said the upcoming national competition will present an additional challenge — the flight to San Antonio will be his first trip aboard an airplane. “There’s a little anxiety but I’m really looking forward to it,” he said.

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As usual, Deep Run Horse Show doesn’t disappoint By Jim Ridolphi news@mechlocal.com An appreciative crowd of horse enthusiasts gathered to celebrate a Goochland County tradition last week at the Deep Run Hunt Club on Manakin Road. The Deep Run Horse Show wrapped up a five-day run on Sunday, and, according to all accounts, this year’s event was a winner for those involved. “It has been a great show and the crowds have been fantastic,” said Pam Johnson, president of the Deep Run Horse Show Association, the group of volunteers who manage and produce the annual event. “The weather has been perfect, much cooler than the 100degree heat of last year, and the response to the event has been wonderful,” Johnson said. Show manager Scott Nunnally agreed and said this year’s edition has proceeded without a hitch. “So far, so good,” he said as the event prepared for its final day. The show has been a Goochland signature event since around 1950, and many local equestrians trace their roots to the grounds at Deep Run. Local rider and owner Steffi Gordinier competed in the show and also serves on the show’s board of directors in a volunteer role. She said the convenience, tradition and setting all combine to make Deep Run a special experience. “I’ve been riding here for years,” Gordinier said following a first place finish in the. Upper Amateur class. “The rings are riding great and this year’s show has been just great.” Gordinier and her mount Bentley have been together about a year.

“He’s a special horse. He’s a beautiful mover and usually wins the class,” she said. The show gives the region’s equine community the opportunity to catch up and compete at a high level. The entry list included riders from Hanover, Chesterfield and other Virginia counties mixed with entrants from up and down the East Coast. “This is a very special event each year with all the vendors and the crowds that come out,” Gordinier said. Midlothian resident Devon Braswell also has a special connection to Deep Run. “This is a great show and I love coming here to compete,” she said. “I’ve been coming here since I was little.” Braswell and her horse Showgirl found the renovated rings at Deep Run accommodating and she took home several champion ribbons during the week. Aynsley Fisher, a Goochland rider, also is a volunteer at the show. She was making her first appearance at a competition since giving birth to her son Roby six months ago. She, too, notes a strong connection to the show. “It’s a great event and I always look forward to coming here,” she said. “We didn’t do too bad for our first time out in awhile,” Fisher added. Not bad all, as she captured a first place finish in the VHSA medal and a second and third in the Adult Amateur division The week was filled with the usual schedule of ring events and a full slate of hospitality sessions that included the annual “A Taste of Local Flavor” dinner held earlier in the week. Sunday marked the 50th edition of the Bryan Cup,

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Devon Braswell of Midlothian puts her horse, Showgirl, through the paces at last weeks Deep Run Horse Show.

the event’s signature event and most sought out trophy. Savannah Jenkins took first place honors in the event aboard Castleton, owned by The Barracks and trained by Claiborne Bishop. Hanover rider Hannah Spiegler finished fourth in the prestigious event. Final day events included a brunch with a special dedication to Mary Anne Kean, a longtime Deep Run supporter volunteer, show manager and friend. Kean passed away earlier this year. Johnson said this year’s show met and exceeded all expectations. “It’s been a great show,” she said. “The crowds have gotten bigger each day and all the volunteers have done Jim Ridolphi for The Local an outstanding job making The Exhibitor’s Lunch on Saturday was just one of the many out of ring hospitality events held sure things ran smoothly.” during the show.


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located at 3885 Hadensville-Fife Rd., Goochland (Hadensville) will have a homecoming-revival from July 17-20. Sunday School and Morning worship, followed by a special Covered Dish Dinner (it is special because of all the good cooks we have). No afternoon or evening services. Invite a friend; invite someone who once attended faithfully and has slipped in attendance to come with you to celebrate the Lord “Amazing Tales” found at your local library. Call 556-4774 or visit Jesus Christ. For more informathe library at 3075 River Road tion please call 457-3612. West for more information. Thursday, July 21 Sunday, July 17 Rhythms ‘round the World at ForestGroveChristianChurch the Goochland Branch Library

vice will be held at 7:30 p.m. with Business after hours from worship at 8 p.m. The event is 5-7 p.m., hosted by Nadolski’s held at 3845 Shannon Hill Rd., Butcher Shop and Center For Route 605, Columbia, Va. 23038. Rural Culture at the Courthouse Friday, July 15 Village—2914 River Road West, Suite E. Food Provided by Mike Klee, Magician at the Vendors from Local Roots Food Goochland Library at 10 a.m. Co-op Wine Tasting. Music by Watch Mike Klee magically Phil Julian. Please RSVP—556- brings some of the most memo3811 or Email: Barbara@gooch- rable characters from your favorlandchamber.org. ite books to life and uncovers the Thursday, June 30

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at 4 p.m. Join a fun musical tour of Europe, Africa, Latin America and Asia with musicians Kim and Jimbo Cary. Play along with an Irish jig, a Mexican waltz, an East European frailach, West African dance rhythms, and more! This performance is sponsored in part by the Virginia Commission for the Arts & PRL Friends of the Library groups. Call 556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 River Road West for more information. Game Night for Teens at the Goochland Branch Library at 6 p.m. Calling all teens! Join us for a fun-filled night of your favorite board, Wii and PlayStation2

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HAULING û Abandoned Junk Cars Wanted û Pay $300 up to $1,000 No title needed. 804-677-0156. TD 40396 Free Junk Removal Appliances, Mowers, Grills, Anything Metal Call 804-912-7063 FREE TOWING -No Title Needed. $325/up Cash Paid for all Junk cars/trucks. 804-247-8640TD 41192

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

PEST CONTROL Spray for Roaches, Ants, Crickets, BED BUGS, etc. Spray entire yard for ticks & fleas. Guaranteed. Weekends too. Lic. & Ins. Most calls serviced within 2 hours. Call Anytime Pest Control 357-5407

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

Elite Powerwashing- Cleaning all Surfaces Gutter Cleaning Call 804-314-0150 Power Washing - Houses, Decks, Sheds, etc. Also will apply the stain of your choice. Call for a Free Quote. 804-397-5461 Advertise with The Goochland Gazette Call 746-1235 to hear about The Local’s upcoming advertising opportunities!

Great Dane Tree Service LLC. Trimming, Topping & Removal. Minutes from Goochland Call 540-872-2600 Mill Wood Tree Service 804-405-4192 Tree Trimming & Removal, Stump Grinding, 24/7 Emergency Service. 10% Off for Military Veterans & Senior Citizens $50 Off with this ad!

Announcements YARD & ESTATE SALES ESTATE SALE ITEMS: The following items will be offered for sale by way of sealed bid. Items may be viewed by calling 804-457-4602: (1) Portable bldg, (2) Antique China Cabinets, (2) Lift Chairs, (1) Portable Air Tank, (1) Wheel Barrel, (1) 19 Inch Flat Screen TV, (1) 26 Inch TV, (2) Antique Clocks, (1) Dog House Sealed bids will be received by Atty. John Amos at P.O. Box 185, Goochland, VA 23063 and opened on July 7, 2011 at 4pm. The Executor reserves the right to reject any bids considered inappropriate or insufficient. Certified Funds or cash are required within 24 hours of acceptance.

Last Chance Moving Sale- Lots of New Items Antiques, Furniture, Clothes, Toys, Tools. We’ve Got it All. Sat. July 2nd, 9 am until ? 2462 Shady Oaks Trail, Maidens 23102

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PUBLIC NOTICE The Goochland County Board of Supervisors will hold public hearings on Tuesday, July 5th at 7:00 p.m. in the Goochland Administration Building, 1800 Sandy Hook Rd., Board Meeting Room, Suite 250, Goochland, VA on the following: District 4 CU-2011-00002 – Application filed by JNE Enterprises, LLC (d/b/a Carnet) 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. The applicant plans to lease office space in an existing building (Floor Trader) to operate a wholesale, used automobile sales business with no more than ten vehicles at any time on the property. The property is zoned B-1 and is recommended for Commercial use in the Comprehensive Plan.

GENERAL EMPLOYMENT The Jerusalem Baptist Church of Manakin Sabot, VA. is in search of a Youth Minister/Director. All interested candidates must be experienced in working with youth. He/She must be patient. high energy, self confident, well organized, compassionate, committed, self-motivated and have the ability to bring innovative ideas to a youth ministry. They must also possess excellent communication skills and the ability to work flexible hours and travel for youth activities, work with and support parents while encouraging participation from youth in activities and ministries. Please submit all resumes to: Youth Minister/Director Search Committee P.O. BOX 87 Oilville. VA 23129 Deadline for submission: September 1, 2011.

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 7728-50-2054) located at 2160 Lanier Lane in the Lanier Industrial Park, Phase III. The applicant plans to build and operate a concrete plant and to stockpile raw materials necessary to produce concrete. The subject property is zoned M-2 and is recommended for Industrial use in the Comprehensive Plan. The property is located within the Tuckahoe Creek Service District. District 5 CU-2000-00014 – Application filed by Claude and Sara Wilson requesting an extension of a Conditional Use Permit approved in 2001 for Assessor’s Parcel No. 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. The applicant boards horses and provides horse riding lessons. Horse boarding is allowed by right; riding lessons require a Conditional Use Permit. The property is zoned A-2, and the Comprehensive Plan shows this area suitable for residential use with a three acre minimum lot. An ordinance to amend the Goochland County Code, Chapter 9 (“Motor Vehicles and Traffic”), Article II (“County Vehicle License”) by amending Section 9-47 (“Vehicle license fee imposed”) to provide that the vehicle license fee shall be due on June 5 instead of March 15 of each year, effective with the 2012 tax year.

FT/PT Sales Producer for successful multi-line independent insurance agency. Offering quality and competitive insurance products for both individuals and businesses. Contact Ryan Atkinson, Agency Owner, at (804) 789-0795 or send resume to AtkinsonInsuranceAgency@gmail.com.

An ordinance to amend the Goochland County Code, Chapter 13 (“Taxation”), Article I (“In General”) by amending Section 13-4 (“Real estate and personal property taxes – Due Dates”) to provide that personal property taxes shall be due twice a year, one-half on June 5 and one-half on December 5, effective with the 2012 tax year.

NEW SALON! Hiring Stylists for our new salon in Zion Crossroads, VA Cosm. Lic. Req’d. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity with Hair Cuttery! Competitive PAY, 401K, Health Benefits Package, today at Paid Time Off & MORE! Apply www.Careersbyhaircuttery.com. EOE

An ordinance to amend Chapter 2 (“Administration”), Article III (“Purchasing; Surplus Property”), Division 4 (“Contract Formation and Methods of Source Selection”) of the Goochland County Code by amending Sections 2-245 (“Competitive sealed bidding”), 2-246 (“Competitive Negotiation”), 2-247 (“Design-build or construction management contracts”), and 2-250 (“Small purchases”) to comply with changes to the Virginia Public Procurement Act.

Education management company seeking high energy individual for math lab setting. Visit the careers tab at www.cortezmgmt.com for more information. MECHANICS & CREW MEMBERS needed for road maintenance on I-64. Fax resume to 540-967-2826

ADVERTISE Call 746-1235 to find out about upcoming opportunities to advertise with The Gazette in print and online! Ask how you can reach over 63,000 households in Mechanicsville, Powhatan, Goochland and Chesterfield!

An ordinance to amend Chapter 14 (“Water and Sewers”), Article II (“Water”), Division 3 (“Charges”) of the Goochland County Code by amending Section 14-67 (“Liens—Taxes and charges to constitute lien”) to provide for notice to property owners regarding the delinquent accounts of tenants. An ordinance to amend Chapter 8 (“Licenses and Business Regulations”), Article II (“License Tax Ordinance”) of the Goochland County Code by amending Section 8-33 (“License Requirement”) to require additional license documentation from architects and professional engineers. 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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GOOCHLAND COUNTY 1800 SANDY HOOK RD. GOOCHLAND, VIRGINIA 23063

AGENDA DATE: JULY 5, 2011 3:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER • INVOCATION • PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. Approval of Minutes: June 13, 2011 4. County Administrator Comments • Powhatan County’s James River Water Withdrawal Permit Application Update • Economic Development Strategic Plan Update • Parks and Recreation – FY2011 In-kind and Cash Donations Received 5. Reports a. Fire/EMS b. Sheriff c. Treasurer d. VDOT 6. New Business a. Consent Item • Accounts Payable • Amendment of the FY2012 General Fund Budget through the Appropriation of $16,040 in Sheriff Grant Funds for the Purchase of a License Plate Reader

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

BOARD MEETING ROOM i. Acknowledgement of the Intent to Proceed with the Purchase of Approximately Six Acres in the Courthouse Village Area (Due Diligence Period Ending) and Appropriation of $85,000 Designated for this Purpose j. Board of Supervisors Response to School Board Budgeting Requirements Resolution; Amendment of the FY2012 Appropriations Resolution k. Updates to Reserve Policies for the Board of Supervisors, Consistent with New Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) Rules 7. Tentative Referral to the Planning Commission • Tentative Referral to the Planning Commission for Comprehensive Plan Amendment Related to Bellview Gardens Subdivision 8. For Information Only – There are no public hearings for rezoning or conditional use permit applications scheduled for the Board of Supervisors for August 2, 2011.

10. Closed Meeting Motion & Certification 11. Dinner Break 7:00 P.M. 12. Chairman Calls Meeting Back To Order 13. Citizens’ Comment Period

c. Resolution Promoting Bicycling Safety Efforts

14. County Administrator Comments: • Recap of afternoon comments

e. Approval of the Goochland/Powhatan Community Services Annual Performance Contract with the State Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services f. Amendment of the FY2012 County Budget through the Appropriation of $63,270 in Revenue Maximization Funds to Social Services g. Acknowledgement of FY2012 Reduction in State Aid h. Revision to the Guidelines for Implementation of the PublicPrivate Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002 (PPEA) (Va. Code §§ 56-575.1, et seq.)

TIME: 3:00 P.M. The property is located within the Tuckahoe Creek Service District c. District 5 CU-2000-00014 – Application filed by Claude and Sara Wilson requesting an extension of a Conditional Use Permit approved in 2001 for Assessor’s Parcel No. 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. The applicant boards horses and provides horse riding lessons. Horse boarding is allowed by right; riding lessons require a Conditional Use Permit. The property is zoned A-2, and the Comprehensive Plan shows this area suitable for residential use with a three acre minimum lot d. An ordinance to amend Chapter 2 (“Administration”), Article III (“Purchasing; Surplus Property”), Division 4 (“Contract Formation and Methods of Source Selection”) of the Goochland County Code by amending Sections 2245 (“Competitive sealed bidding”), 2-246 (“Competitive Negotiation”), 2-247 (“Design-build or construction management contracts”), and 2-250 (“Small purchases”) to comply with changes to the Virginia Public Procurement Act

9. Appointments

b. Recognition of the Goochland County Electoral Board and County Staff for 2011 Redistricting Efforts

d. Update on Development Projects • HCA’s West Creek Emergency Center Construction Update • Park and Ride Improvement Project • Pouncey Tract Water and Sewer Project • Hockett Road Sanitary Sewer Project

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1. Citizens’ Comment Period 2. Requests to Postpone Agenda Items and Additions, Deletions or Changes in the Order of Presentation

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15. Public Hearings a. District 4 CU-2011-00002 – Application filed by JNE Enterprises, LLC (d/b/a Carnet) requesting a Conditional Use Permit for Assessor’s Parcel No. 59-1-0-10-0 (GPIN 7726-668845) located at 12642 Broad Street Road. The applicant plans to lease office space in an existing building (Floor Trader) to operate a wholesale, used automobile sales business with no more than ten vehicles at any time on the property. The property is zoned B-1 and is recommended for Commercial use in the Comprehensive Plan b. 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 7728-502054) located at 2160 Lanier Lane in the Lanier Industrial Park, Phase III. The applicant plans to build and operate a concrete plant and to stockpile raw materials necessary to produce concrete. The subject property is zoned M-2 and is recommended for Industrial use in the Comprehensive Plan.

e. An ordinance to amend Chapter 14 (“Water and Sewers”), Article II (“Water”), Division 3 (“Charges”) of the Goochland County Code by amending Section 14-67 (“Liens—Taxes and charges to constitute lien”) to provide for notice to property owners regarding the delinquent accounts of tenants f. An ordinance to amend Chapter 8 (“Licenses and Business Regulations”), Article II (“License Tax Ordinance”) of the Goochland County Code by amending Section 8-33 (“License Requirement”) to require additional license documentation from architects and professional engineers to comply with Chapter 79 of the Virginia Acts of Assembly g. An ordinance to amend the Goochland County Code, Chapter 13 (“Taxation”), Article I (“In General”) by amending Section 13-4 (“Real estate and personal property taxes – Due Dates”) to provide that personal property taxes shall be due twice a year, one-half on June 5 and one-half on December 5, effective with the 2012 tax year h. An ordinance to amend the Goochland County Code, Chapter 9 (“Motor Vehicles and Traffic”), Article II (“County Vehicle License”) by amending Section 9-47 (“Vehicle license fee imposed”) to provide that the vehicle license fee shall be due on June 5 instead of March 15 of each year, effective with the 2012 tax year 16. Other Business 17. Adjournment to August 2, 2011 This is a draft agenda and subject to change


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June 30, 2011 LEGAL NOTICES Public Notice: Goochland-Powhatan Community Services is releasing its Performance Contract for FY 2012 for a thirty-day public review period as per requirements set forth by Virginia statute. This document is available at www.gpcsb.org from July 1 through July 31, 2011. Call 556-5400 if you prefer to review a paper copy. Please file any written comments to: Susan Bergquist, Executive Director Goochland-Powhatan Community Services P.O. Box 189 Goochland, VA 23063

TRUSTEE SALES TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 12904 PATTERSON AVENUE, Richmond, VA 23238

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p Burson, LLP, 236 Clearfield Avenue, Suite 215, Virginia Beach, VA 23462 (757) 687-8777 TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 516 HUNT FIELD ROAD, Manakin Sabot, VA 23103 In execution of a Deed of Trust in the original principal amount of $740,000.00, with an annual interest rate of 2.5000% from ROY B. AMASON dated January 17, 2007, recorded among the land records of the Circuit Court for the COUNTY OF GOOCHLAND as Deed Book/Instrument # 070000241, 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 July 13, 2011 at 5:15 PM, the property with improvements to wit:

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In execution of a Deed of Trust in the original principal amount of $198,000.00, with an annual interest rate of 8.0000% from WILLIAM E. WALDEN AND STEPHEN L. HARMON dated March 10, 2006, recorded among the land records of the Circuit Court for the COUNTY OF GOOCHLAND as Deed Book/Instrument # 060001207, 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 July 13, 2011 at 5:15 PM, the property with improvements to wit:

LOT 39, SECTION 5B OF KINLOCH AS SHOWN ON THE SUBDIVISION PLAT DATED SEPTEMBER 20, 2004, ENTITLED "KINLOCH SECTION 5B", A COPY OF WHICH IS RECORDED IN THE CLERK’S OFFICE, CIRCUIT COURT, GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA (THE CLERK’S OFFICE") ON FEBRUARY 22, 2005 IN PLAT BOOK 19, PAGE 127.

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AND further described in the above Deed of Trust. (Tax Map No. 58-38-5-39)

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CONTAINING 0.774 ACRE AS SHOWN ON PLAT OF SURVEY DATED DECEMBER 15, 2003 ENTITLED "PLAT OF SURVEY OF 0.774 ACRE NORTH OF STATE ROUTE 6" A COPY OF WHICH IS ATTACHED TO AND RECORDED WITH INSTRUMENT NO. 040000498.

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. 11-213511V. PROFESSIONAL FORECLOSURE CORPORATION OF VIRGINIA, Substitute Trustees, C/O Shapiro & Burson, LLP, 236 Clearfield Avenue, Suite 215, Virginia Beach, VA 23462 (757) 687-8777

AND further described in the above Deed of Trust. (Tax Map No. 63-1-180) THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR.

THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR.

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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. 10-205946V. PROFESSIONAL FORECLOSURE CORPORATION OF VIRGINIA, Substitute Trustees, C/O Shapiro & Burson, LLP, 236 Clearfield Avenue, Suite 215, Virginia Beach, VA 23462 (757) 687-8777 TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 1599 MANAKIN ROAD, Manakin Sabot, VA 23103 In execution of a Deed of Trust in the original principal amount of $202,000.00, with an annual interest rate of 7.0000% from WILLIAM E. WALDEN AND SHARON W. WALDEN dated May 4, 2005, recorded among the land records of the Circuit Court for the COUNTY OF GOOCHLAND as Deed Book/ Instrument # 050002435, 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 July 13, 2011 at 5:15 PM, the property with improvements to wit: CONTAINING 2.00 ACRES ON THE SOUTHWESTERN LINE OF STATE ROUTE 621, AS SHOWN ON A PLAT OF SURVEY DATED SEPTEMBER 26, 1985, RECORDED NOVEMBER 15, 1986, IN THE CLERK’S OFFICE , CIRCUIT COURT , GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA, IN DEED BOOK 233, PAGE 132.

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AND further described in the above Deed of Trust. (Tax Map No. 57-1-61) 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. 10-208385D. PROFESSIONAL FORECLOSURE CORPORATION OF VIRGINIA, Substitute Trustees, C/O Shapiro &

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OFFICIAL CALLS OF GOOCHLAND COUNTY REPUBLICANS OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY OF VIRGINIA Mass Meeting of the Goochland County Republicans As Chairman of the Goochland County Republican Committee of the Republican Party of Virginia, and pursuant to the Plan of Organization and as recommended and directed by the Goochland County Republican Committee, I, Benjamin J. Slone III, do hereby issue this call for a Mass Meeting to be held at Grace Episcopal Church, 2955 River Road West, Goochland, VA at 7:00 P.M. local time on Wednesday, July 27, 2011, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the following offices for the November 8, 2011, General Election, as follows: County Offices: Sheriff, Treasurer, Commonwealth’s Attorney, Commissioner of Revenue; and Board of Supervisors: District 2, District 3, District 4; and for the purpose of nominating and electing a Treasurer for the Goochland County Republican Committee; and for the transaction of any other business as may properly come before the Mass Meeting, including endorsement of Goochland County School Board Candidates. Qualifications for Participation All legal and qualified voters of Goochland County under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, regardless of race, religion, national origin or sex, who are in accord with the principles of the Republican Party and who, if requested, express in open meeting either orally or in writing as may be required, their intent to support all of its nominees for public office in the ensuing election, may participate as members of the Republican Party of Virginia in mass meetings, party canvasses, conventions or primaries encompassing their respective election districts. Filing Requirements Any person wishing to file as a candidate for any of the Offices listed above must file a statement of his or her candidacy with Benjamin J. Slone III, 2052 Maidens Road, Maidens, Virginia, 23102, to be received no later than 5:00 P.M. on Friday, July 8, 2011, and pay a filing fee of $100.00. Postmarks will not be considered. Checks should be made payable to Goochland County Republican Committee. The statement of candidacy must include (1) a statement that the candidate is in accord with the principles of the Republican Party and (2) a pledge to support all of the Republican Party’s nominees for office in the ensuing General Election. Provisions for filing as a Single Candidate If only one person files as a candidate for any of the above listed offices by the filing deadline, that person will be deemed the nominee of the Republican Party for Goochland County for that Office.

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As Chairman of the Goochland County Republican Committee of the Republican As Chairman of the Goochland County Republican Committee of the Republican Party of Virginia, and pursuant to the Plan of Organization and as recommended Party of Virginia, and pursuant to the Plan of Organization and as recommended and directed by the Goochland County Republican Committee, I, Benjamin and directed by the Goochland County Republican Committee, I, Benjamin J. Slone III, do hereby issue this call for a Party Canvass to be held at Dover BapJ. Slone III, do hereby issue this call for a Party Canvass to be held at Fire Rescue tist Church, 635 Manakin Road, Manakin Sabot, VA 23103 from 10:00 AM to 7:30 # 4 – Fife Company, 2397 Hadensville Fife Road, Columbia, VA 23038 from 10:00 PM local time on Tuesday, August 2, 2011 for the purpose of nominating a RepubliAM to 7:30 PM local time on Tuesday, August 2, 2011 for the purpose of nominating can candidate for the Board of Supervisors, District 5, for the November 8, 2011, a Republican candidate for the Board of Supervisors, District 1, for the November General Election. 8, 2011, General Election. Qualifications for Participation Qualifications for Participation All legal and qualified voters of Goochland County under the laws of the CommonAll legal and qualified voters of Goochland County under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, regardless of race, religion, national origin or sex, who are in wealth of Virginia, regardless of race, religion, national origin or sex, who are in accord with the principles of the Republican Party and who, if requested, express in accord with the principles of the Republican Party and who, if requested, express in open meeting either orally or in writing as may be required, their intent to support all open meeting either orally or in writing as may be required, their intent to support all of its nominees for public office in the ensuing election, may participate as memof its nominees for public office in the ensuing election, may participate as members of the Republican Party of Virginia in mass meetings, party canvasses, conbers of the Republican Party of Virginia in mass meetings, party canvasses, conventions or primaries encompassing their respective election districts. Each ventions or primaries encompassing their respective election districts. Each participant shall be required to present a valid photo ID before voting in the Party participant shall be required to present a valid photo ID before voting in the Party Canvass to be held for the purpose of nominating a Republican candidate for the Canvass to be held for the purpose of nominating a Republican candidate for the Board of Supervisors for District 5. Board of Supervisors for District 1. Filing Requirements Filing Requirements Any person wishing to file as a candidate for the Office listed above must file a Any person wishing to file as a candidate for the Office listed above must file a statement of his or her candidacy with Benjamin J. Slone III, 2052 Maidens Road, statement of his or her candidacy with Benjamin J. Slone III, 2052 Maidens Road, Maidens, Virginia, 23102, to be received no later than 5:00 P.M. on Friday July 8, Maidens, Virginia, 23102, to be received no later than 5:00 P.M. on Friday July 8, 2011, and pay a filing fee of $100.00. Postmarks will not be considered. Checks 2011, and pay a filing fee of $100.00. Postmarks will not be considered. Checks should be made payable to Goochland County Republican Committee. The stateshould be made payable to Goochland County Republican Committee. The statement of candidacy must include (1) a statement that the candidate is in accord with ment of candidacy must include (1) a statement that the candidate is in accord with the principles of the Republican Party and (2) a pledge to support all of the Repubthe principles of the Republican Party and (2) a pledge to support all of the Republican Party’s nominees for office in the ensuing General Election. lican Party’s nominees for office in the ensuing General Election. Provisions for filing as a Single Candidate Provisions for filing as a Single Candidate If only one person files as a candidate for the above office by the filing deadline, If only one person files as a candidate for the above office by the filing deadline, that person will be deemed the nominee of the Republican Party for Goochland that person will be deemed the nominee of the Republican Party for Goochland County for that Office. County for that Office. Other Information The Mass Meeting will include the introduction of elected Republicans and Republican candidates. Candidate filing forms for all positions and other information is available at the web site at http://goochlandgop.org.

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