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Principals at GES, RES switch roles Parents question why the transfer is necessary By Amy Condra acondra@goochlandgazette.com

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Dreaming Creek, above, is actually a gondola rather than a batteau and is the first boat to arrive Saturday, coming in a little after 4 p.m. Two children, below left, run along the river’s edge to get a better view of the boats.

The 25th Batteau Festival Crews battle low water and high temperatures By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Those long, flat-bottomed boats began pulling into Maidens Landing last Saturday afternoon

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shortly after 4 p.m., marking the end of the twenty-fifth annual James River Batteau Festival. “It was a little harder this year,” said Sandy Shortridge, whose husband Bob captained the first boat to arrive: Dreaming Creek, which is actually a gondola and not a bateau.

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The principals of Goochland Elementary School and Randolph Elementary School will be switching positions for the upcoming school year. This decision, and how it was made, has angered parents who feel that Superintendent Linda S. Underwood and the school board did not clearly explain how the reassignment will benefit the 700 students involved. In an interview on Monday Underwood said that Dianna Gordon, principal of GES, and Stacey Austin, principal of RES, have each been at their respective schools for about six years. “We know that both principals are highly thought of by their communities, and we knew there would be some negative reaction,” said Underwood,

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adding that she has been considering the move for a long time. “But even knowing the negative reaction, we want to do the right thing.” She believes that Gordon and Austin each possess different skills and strengths that, when brought to a new setting, will increase the productivity of both teachers and students. “Both principals have worked with their staff to get students to their highest achievement levels,” she said. “But a different set of eyes, a different approach can help (students) take the next few steps. We’re looking at increased achievement, always.” Elizabeth Nelson-Lyda is a member of the GCPS Community Adv isor y Committee. She represents many parents whose children attend GES, and she said that most of the parents she has heard from in her district are elated to be welcoming Austin as their new principal. “My neighbors are see Principals> page 4

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Emergency planning exercise staged at GHS Volunteers deal with tornado aftermath By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

More than 50 people gathered Friday morning at Goochland High School to deal with the aftermath of a simulated emergency. The exercise scenario was this: It’s 9 a.m. in the morning after a tornado has struck Goochland and Powhatan County and the

Emergency Operations Plan of the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) is being put into effect. Not only has a tornado hit, but there’s been a pesticide spill at a local business and nearby residents have been asked to evacuate. The Emergency Operations Center (EOC) has been opened at Goochland High School to accommodate people and their pets until conditions return to normal. With that scenario in place, Exercise Manager Robin Hillman briefed the 36 shelter workers and

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observers and the 16 role players who would act out some of the possible scenarios shelter workers might have to deal with should a real disaster strike. After the briefing they went to work. Around 10 o’clock the role players started arriving for check in at the registration desk. Role player Bill Dudley came in complaining of a headache and told the volunteers he had an allergy to peanuts. He was sent to the clinic area. “We took his blood pressure, pulse and got his vitals,” said Susan Scott. He seemed to be in pretty good shape, so they gave him a Benadryl. Later on a pregnant lady arrived and went into labor, according to the scenario. By this time, normal communications had been restored, so that the backup network provided by amateur radio operators at the high school and the Sheriff’s Office was not needed to summon EMS personnel. Other role players were slated to portray an Alzheimer’s patient, a homeless person, a teenager with asthma who had lost his inhaler and a tuberculosis patient, among others. Over in the pet shelter, which was a new addition to the exercise this year, volunteers were taping plastic to the walls of a room that could be used as a quarantine area for sick pets, before role playing citizens with their pets began arriving. Volunteers checked in the pets and their owners and RN Terri Walden gave each animal a brief exam to determine if it was healthy. Dogs and cats were separated. Birds would be taken to a nearby bathroom, said Pet Coordinator Cynthia Stansbury, who wrote the pet shelter plan. “No reptiles allowed,” said Stansbury. Other “pocket pets” would need for their owners to bring their own cages.

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Volunteer Linda Wise, center, checks in Jane Johnson and her dog Bijou at the emergency exercise last Friday at Goochland High School. Volunteer Terri Walden, left, checks Bijou to make sure he’s healthy.

Animal scenarios called for a dog with epilepsy and an owner who refuses to leave their pet and go the shelter area. Plans called for the exercise to last until noon, when the role players would depart and the volunteers would debrief. Monday Hilman said she had about 35 written evaluations of the exercise to go over. Hilman, an EMT at Co. 5 on Fairgrounds Road, said she has been involved in emergency planning for the county since 1999. She explained that federal law requires each community have an LEPC in place, originally mandated to deal with hazardous materials incidents. But in 2000, Goochland’s committee decided to expand its role to come up with a plan to deal with other emergencies. “We felt like there was a need in the county,” said Hillman, who also works in Emergency Planning and Disaster Recovery in her day job for marketing company Affinion Group.

Hillman said LEPC would evaluate the exercise, which is done every other year, and submit a report to the board of supervisors in 30 to 45 days. Hillman called the exercise a success but said the need for some changes was already clear. More signage, for instance, so that people don’t get lost after signing in and going from place to place. “The high school is a large area and the people would be under stress,” she noted. Another change would be the addition of an external antenna for the radio operators, to improve reception. Board of Supervisors chairman William Quarles acted as one of the observers. Quarles, recently retired after 32 years with at North Anna with Dominion Power, pointed out that he was no stranger to emergency drills and praised the efforts of the volunteers last Friday. “From a Goochland stand-

point it was an excellent exercise,” said Quarles. Quarles did note one needed change. That is for radio operators to always make a “this is a drill” announcement when transmitting during practice exercises, since any listener with the proper equipment could pick up the transmissions and without such an announcement might think a real emergency existed. But overall he was pleased with the event. “We found out from Katrina that sometimes the elderly and animals sometimes get left behind,” he said. “It’s better to practice and not need it, than not to have it,” said Quarles of the emergency planning. Hillman said that Goochland residents interested in helping the county prepare for an emergency caring for both people and their pets can call Fire Administration at 804 556-5304 for more information.


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“They felt a punishment was being inflicted,” said Nelson-Lyda. “But what they can’t see is that this is an administrative decision that is, from what I understand, necessary to achieve a specific outcome to precipitate a specific result.” Nelson-Lyda added that it would be helpful, though, for parents to have a greater awareness of why the switch is taking place. “What would be nice is to elicit from Underwood, if this is a decision made with a specific outcome in mind,” she said, “a greater understanding of what that specific outcome is so that we can know the gains RES

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time?” Parents who have had children in the GCPS center-based gifted center, a center that will be closed next year due to budget cuts, are frustrated that they had been encouraged to discuss plans for students who are transitioning to their home elementary schools with their children’s principals. Now many of those parents are wondering if their opinions will still carry any weight with a new school administration. “That point is well taken,” said Nelson-Lyda. “From parents, I heard this was contrary to being told

signment of RES and GES principals. A petition and a letter-writing campaign are underway, she wrote, to communicate dissatisfaction with the decision made by Underwood and the school board. Christie says that she and other parents are also unhappy that the change was made without advance notice to parents. A notice of the reassignments was not included in the original agenda packet and was not publicly read at the workshop meeting, she noted. “No one at the meeting had any idea that it hap-

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and GES will get from this move.” Not being told what those gains could be is frustrating to Jane Christie, whose youngest child will be attending RES in the fall. “This affects everybody,” said Christie. “No matter how good these principals are, there was time spent building relationships with the community, students, parents and teachers.” “There is bound to be a pain of adjustment and right now we don’t need that disruption,” she added, alluding to a difficult budget season that has only recently concluded. “What is the benefit of that disruption at this point in

to go back to their home principal, and that was a primary issue.” “What concerns me is that we have lost 26 teachers, and have kids coming back from the (centerbased) gifted program, and there is no plan yet,” said Christie. “And add to that the difficulty of having a new principal, who doesn’t know these teachers and students.” Beth Hardy, who, like Nelson-Lyda, is a member of the Community Advisory Committee, wrote in an e-mail Monday, sent to an undisclosed list of Goochland residents, that she has been contacted by about 40 people who are dissatisfied with the reas-

pened,” said Christie. Underwood says that she did not want to release the information until she had a chance to speak with the principals involved. “We were right down to the wire with the meeting,” she said. “I wanted to talk to Gordon and Austin as soon as school was out, but unfortunately each of them took off for a week. The first time we could get together was the Tuesday of the meeting.” Each principal has a relative who will also be affected by the change: Austin’s wife will be transferred from GES to RES, and Gordon’s daughterin-law will be moved from RES to GES.


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The Big Switch Goochland County is a deeply lush and mysterious place, where decisions are often made among long shadows that stretch beneath stately trees. It has been that way a long time, and a lot of people have gotten used to it. But some people haven’t. Some citizens of this county would rather conduct business in the full light of day. Last week School Superintendent Linda S. Underwood and the Goochland County School Board decided to switch the principals of two local schools, Goochland Elementary and Randolph Elementary. School administrators have the right to determine their system’s personnel needs; as several people have pointed out to me, GCPS doesn’t need the public’s permission to transfer its employees. Although I do not yet fully understand why the schools decided to make this move, I am not necessarily saying it is a bad thing. Nor do I consider it a good thing. I don’t know enough about it to have any opinion at all. Neither I, nor anyone I have spoken with other than Underwood, have any idea what the point of this change could be. That’s too bad, because in this county there is a lot of animosity between certain parents and certain school administrators. And making unexplained decisions doesn’t clear away any of the mistrust that accrued during this year’s budget season. During those long winter and spring months, many residents repeatedly lamented their lack of dialogue with administrators. Parents asked to maintain staff and services, and questioned why certain cuts were made; administrators often provided vague and delayed responses. Why? Why not explain what is going on? At this point, what is the worst thing that could happen? Parents might rebel, and form organizations and protests, and sign petitions? Well, that is already taking place. I understand that Underwood wanted to speak to the principals involved before announcing her decision to the public. But I do not understand why school administration chose to ignore the issue at a public meeting held after that discussion took place. At this point, there does not seem anything to be won by hiding what is going on, and why. Our schools could start to regain some of the respect they have lost in this county by taking the following steps toward transparency: Provide audio recordings of school board meetings and workshops, and make these available on CD and on the school website; cite the Code of Virginia to explain, in agendas and in minutes, why the board is going into a closed meeting; and, make the documents that are refered to in the agenda packet available to the public before a scheduled meeting, and be ready to offer an explanation if that information isn’t ready. Until then, the ill will between school administrators and parents will continue to spread until compromise is no longer possible. And is that the kind of legacy we want for Goochland’s school kids? - Amy Condra

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Fast tracking electronic signs? For those who have been following the ongoing furor in Chesterfield County over the last two years involving electronic message signs, be prepared. The Goochland Board of Supervisors is planning to light up your life. Electronic changing message signs may be coming to a neighborhood near you very soon, in colors of amber or various shades of red or white.

In May, the BOS requested that the Planning Commission create an ordinance which would permit electronic message signs in Goochland in B-1, B-2, B-3, M-1, M-2, P-O-P, as well as for churches in A1 and A2 in agricultural zoning districts, even along rural roads and in the village overlay district. These signs remain lighted day and night, changing messages regularly. Some such signs are designed with a brightness level to be read

from a distance of 500 yards if set to the maximum level. A subcommittee was formed by the Planning Commission to study the matter with regard to A1 and A2 districts with the final vote set for August. It seems like the idea has taken off like a rocket and is on the fast track for final approval by our supervisors this summer. Perhaps Goochland could look to Chesterfield and bensee Letters > page 7

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Letters continued from > page 6 efit from their experience. Newspaper archives describe Chesterfield’s struggle to satisfy sign companies, business and residential interest as an ongoing saga. Maybe somebody on the Board of Supervisors could call over to Chesterfield and ask how electronic messaging signs are working for them. Maybe even Goochland’s former interim County Administrator, Layne Ramsey, a Chesterfield resident, could weigh in on the idea. It is possible that the sign companies have the most to gain here. Public reaction when the first signs light up and begin messaging along rural roads in Goochland is publicity our county does not need. It is discouraging that our leaders would even consider, much less propose such an ill conceived idea. Patricia N. Hendy Manakin-Sabot

Evaluating data I found this issue of The Gazette very interesting from the perspective of the use of data and how well that data informs the reader. In the piece by Ken Odor, “Goochland lures high- earners,” there are clear distinctions made between average and median incomes and clear, valid, statistical distinctions made in helping the reader interpret the data so as to inform them as to what these numbers reflect. When one compares the use of data in this article with the use of data in the letter by Mr. McDermott on the school superintendent’s salary, I am struck by several things. One, it is great to include

data for ‘like sized counties,’ at least as one comparator, but as a tax payer I want to know what measures are available to take that data and really inform the tax payers. Standard of learning scores (SOL) are one measure of how effective the tax payers’ money is being spent, but what percentage of students graduate, what percentage go on to college? These measures, coupled with the data Mr. McDermott calculates, would help us all in really getting to the question of the value of our tax dollars. In the absence of transforming the data as to be really informative, his arguments are intriguing but truly lack an objective basis to judge the value of his concerns. Richard Carchman Columbia

Maintaining our resources Three cheers to R.J. Jones in his letter supporting Fire Camp and schools! What is indeed wrong with the county and our leaders? What does Goochland value besides cutting taxes? How does Goochland show how we value the people who live here? When my family first moved to Goochland in 1992, my wife and I had heard horror stories about Goochland Public Schools, but we were pleased to find an excellent elementary school in Randolph Elementary. We had heard how well teachers were trained in Goochland, only to be hired away by higher salaries to neighboring counties because the salaries were so low. Yet the quality of the teachers seemed high. We were pleased to find an elementary Gifted Center in

Goochland to help meet the special educational needs of the brightest kids. We learned that without support, even the best and brightest become bored and could even drop out of school. We were shocked to find out that the Board of Supervisors, on a 3-2 vote, did not support basically a correction in the funding of the schools, public safety, the library, and even the recycling center. We had already had a reduction in our real estate tax assessment, and now a simple adjustment of four cents to the rate would restore funding to a maintenance level. To R.J. and the rest of the students of Goochland, I apologize for not making my voice heard on the day of the Supervisors’ vote. But to all my fellow citizens, it is not too late! It only takes one vote to change the course for progress in Goochland. I am sure Ned Creasey, Rudy Butler, and James Eads, fine fellows all, just need a little encouragement to change their votes. Just one of them is all we need! So send your letters in, or call them on the phone, or send them an email, and let your voices be heard. Come to the next Board of Supervisor’s meeting and tell them how you feel. It doesn’t have to be doom and gloom in Goochland. You can make a difference. Support Creasey, Butler and Eads in changing their votes in support of our county. Let your voices be heard! Ron Reynolds Maidens

Representation in the schools? Last week’s Goochland County School Board’s Workshop meeting, unlike the previous month’s “heated” session, was as cool as an

iceberg. The meeting moved fairly briskly, with little substantial board comment or discussion. All motions received the customary unanimous votes. In a previous letter I mentioned noticing an interesting item on last week’s agenda, “Information will be presented regarding School Board meeting facilities.” It was indeed interesting. Responding to public outcry regarding inaudible sound and lack of readable visual presentations, and keeping with their current transparency initiatives, our Board of Supervisors wrote our school board offering them use of other county facilities, containing improved ample seating, as well as overhead projectors and screens. This is a “no brainer,” I thought to myself, even our School Board Einsteins can figure this out. How wrong I was! After more discussion and debate than accompanied their momentous budget vote last month, it was decided to table, unanimously of course, this issue for further study. Our county administration has consistently offered our school system means of fiscal sobriety - shared auditors, health benefits, grounds maintenance and now meeting facilities. Underwood and the school board have resisted, in varying degrees, all of these consolidation efforts, which save taxpayers money. I see a continued consistent pattern of unbridled arrogance. Going back to the earlier mentioned iceberg cooling the room, after the meeting, I noticed the proverbial 80 percent hidden from (public) view. Reviewing the online annotated agenda I noticed a newly posted “Download Additional Handout” hyperlink that was not online earlier, or in the meeting’s “Public Agenda” hardcopy available for public review at the meeting.

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www.goochlandgazette.com This “addition” contained the reassignments of Dianna Gordon from Principal of Goochland Elementary to Randolph and Stacey Austin, from Principal of Randolph to Goochland. The board had this information and voted on it, yet the public had no idea of this until after fact, and only if one were astute enough to notice this “internet sleight of hand.” I cannot find to whom to attribute this applicable quote, “secrets grow in the dark and die in the light of exposure.” As we approach the fourth of July, celebrating our great nation’s independence from the British tyrants, of that time, we need look no further than our Goochland County School’s Administration Building containing King Underwood’s throne amidst the “facts be submitted to a

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Brunswick Belle, above left,-- is the second vessel to land at Maidens on Saturday. Re-enactor Peter Amico, above right, prepares to fire a salute as the first boat comes in.

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Sandy said she liked the flood year, when the swift current carried the boats along. Shortly after Dreaming Creek arrived, Captain Robert M. “Buddy” High and the Brunswick Belle pulled into sight. “Heat was the worst thing,” said High, chairman of the festival. Low water was also a problem. High said several boats, including the Lord Chesterfield, dropped out during the week-long journey because the hot weather took a toll on the crews. A brief respite came Thursday night, said High, when a storm dropped heavy rain on the bateau crews. “We got soaked,” said High, “but it beat what we had been through,” referring to the unrelenting heat. Earlier in the afternoon, spectators arrived to watch the yearly spectacle of boats. One group at the landing was the Virginia Canals and Navigations Society, where Bill and Nancy Trout, recently awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award by the festival, were on hand to educate

visitors about the history of Virginia’s inland waterways. Bill Trout said he became interested in the river and canals as a youngster. “It was in the Boy Scouts back in the 50s,” he said. “We used to go hiking on the canal routes.” Trout said the history of the batteaux had been somewhat forgotten, but then development at the James Center in 1983 unearthed parts of at least 60 boats. That sparked interest in the old ways of moving cargo, and Joe Ayers of Fluvanna built the first replica, The Columbia, in 1984. “He was the one who got people excited,” said Trout. The first Batteau Festival was held in 1986 and was sponsored by the Virginia Canals and Navigations Society. “The goal was to make it an historically oriented event,” explained Trout. The heyday of the bateaux was from 1800 to about 1880, when numerous craft traveled Virginia’s rivers. Hauling tobacco was the main thing, said Trout. Trout said historically the batteaux were about 60 feet long by seven or eight

feet wide, but the replica boats are usually about 55 feet long, the better to fit on the trailers. So far more than 50 replicas have been built, he said. “This year is the biggest in a long time,” said Trout, with 25 craft starting out in Lynchburg. As the crowd grew in anticipation of the landings, re-enactor Peter Amico, who portrays a member of the 44th Virginia Infantry from the Civil War, showed up with his percussion rifle to fire a salute as each vessel pulled in. “I planned to fire three shots for each one,” he said. Told that 25 boats had started out, he replied, “Maybe two shots.” Buddy High, 64, said how the festival will fare depends on getting younger people involved. “They are the future,” he said. High is doing his part. His crew included grandson Nathan, aged 6. To find out more about the batteaux and the festival, visit their website at www. batteau.org. The Virginia Canals and Navigations Society has its own website at www.vacanals.org.


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No cool-off for heated competition at Deep Run Riders, horses thrive despite the elements at Deep Run show BY JIM RIDOLPHI Special Correspondent

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he show must go on. Despite record high temperatures and torturing humidity, on Sunday hundreds of riders wrapped up five days of competition at this year’s Deep Run Horse Show in Goochland. For more than five decades, the show has attracted riders from throughout Virginia to one of the South’s oldest and most prestigious events. This year was no exception. “I think we’ve had a good response this year,” said volunteer Anysley Fisher. “The high heat may have reduced the number of spectators at this year’s event.” From the opening day there was plenty of activity for the participants, including themed dinner, luncheon parties and other welcoming events.

“Hospitality plays a big role in this event, and we have parties planned throughout the entire schedule,” Fisher said. That list was highlighted on Sunday when the USHA presented Deep Run officials with an official recognition of the event as a Heritage show. The final day also included the vaunted Bryan Cup, the show’s signature event, captured this year by 18-year-old Grace Glover of Lexington, VA. On Friday, special guest Robin Williams, current president of the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation and former editor of The Goochland Gazette was special guest at the Taste of Local Flavor dinner on the grounds. Williams has been instrumental in establishing a partnership between the Virginia Department of Corrections and the TRF that resulted in the Second Chance program at the James River Correctional Institute. The program partners retired racehorses with selected

inmates who learn the basics of equine care. Fisher said the program provides a win-win situation for the horses and the inmates. “The horses get the care they deserve, and the inmates learn skills that can lead to employment when they are released,” she said. The Deep Run Show supports the TRF and proceeds from the show benefit the efforts. “It’s an important program,” Fisher said. On Saturday Rita Mae Brown greeted participants with a book signing and a chance to meet the best-selling author of more than 40 books including the Sister Jane Foxhunting mysteries. Brown is also an animal rescuer and her visit was coordinated with the TRF’s presentation of horses currently available for adoption. The five-day event kept the volunteers jumping and this year’s heat and humidity only made the work more difficult. The Deep Run show is one of the few volunteer run events remaining on the circuit, and its success is a

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Last week, riders, horses and fans braved the heat for the annual five day Deep Run Horse Show in Manakin-Sabot.

true reflection of their hard work and dedication. Show manager Scott Nunnally, who has been associated with the show since high school days, makes sense of all of the activity. Like Nunnally, many of the competitors have childhood memories of the riding

Goochland U-10 All-Stars take second While the USA Soccer Team was playing their initial World Cup match versus England in South Africa, the Goochland (GUSA) Girls U-10 All-Star team took second place in their division at the Virginia Soccer Festival Tournament hosted by the Dynamo Soccer Club in Hanover, VA. The team battled through two days of 97 degree temperatures, and completed against teams from all over the state. Almost every player made a significant contribution: Haley Austin, Berkeley Winston, Sierra McLean, Lauren Michel, Maddie Goff, Emma

Holcombe, Brooke Hix, and Anna Gerdes all scored key goals. The defensive line, anchored by Campbell Engel, Rachel Myrick, Alexis Wiggins, and Bevan Fichter led an aggressive defense earning a shutout in the last game of round-robin play. Coach Dusty Holcombe and Lia Goff noted after the tournament, “The girls had a great time and more importantly made great friends during GUSA’s Spring soccer season, and in the All-Star tournament”. Congratulations to the GUSA U10 girls for a job well done! Submitted by Raleigh deShazo.

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Front from left: Berkeley Winston, Haley Austin, Bevan Fichter, Rachel Myrick, Anna Gerdes, Lauren Michel. Back: Coach Dusty Holcombe, Brooke Hix, Maddie Goff, Campbell Engel, Alexis Wiggins, Emma Holcombe, Sierra McLean, Coach Lia Goff.

a horse on the hill at Deep Run. The cordial and exhibitor friendly atmosphere provides a local flavor for the Goochland tradition often lacking at other shows. “Many of our exhibitors have been coming to the show for years, and there is a feeling of homecoming at Deep Run that first timers especially enjoy,” said Deep Run chairman Betsy Tompkins. It is that sense of hospitality and friendliness keeps riders coming back, year after year. “I’ve been showing since I was eight years old when we showed on brick hard grass footing,” said longtime participant and Goochlander Lisa Cox. “Now we have this nice manicured ring. For the horses, it’s like wearing Nike shoes.” Cox and her family have been associated with, participated in and supported the show since the 1950s. She and her horse, Jovial, competed in the amateur adult class of this year’s competition, capturing

a sixth place finish. Cox’s horse in this year’s competition was on familiar ground at the Goochland show. “The horse I rode is a homegrown. He’s from the Goochland area,” Cox said. “We raised him from a baby and he’s eight years old now. It’s been a long process and it’s good to see the fruition of our efforts.” The final day of this year’s event was highlighted by USEF CEO John Long’s presentation of the Heritage Award for Deep Run. Tompkins summed up the significance of the award for a local volunteer based run horse show. “Everyone in the Deep Run community is delighted to achieve USEF Heritage designation,” she said. “It is an honor to be among this select group of horse shows. Tompkins also said this year’s show was one of the best in recent memory, despite some tough conditions. “We had one of our best years ever, despite the heat.”


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Monday, July 5

Saturday, July 10

The Goochland Recreational Center, Inc. will host its Annual 4th of July Extravaganza, from 12-6 p.m. The day will begin with a opening ceremony and tribute to our American Military past and present. The celebration will include music by DJ Cox, various sports and board games, K-9 and Fire Demonstrations, Pony Rides, Arts and Crafts, Bounceable, gate prizes, car and bike show and lots of food and fun for everyone! Bring the entire family!

GARC will be holding their annual Tire Amnesty Day. Normally, residents are charged a fee for tires brought to the local convenience centers, but those fees will be waived for this one special collection day. There will be a 10-tire limit per person and participants must show proof of Goochland County residency. Tires larger than those on an average sized pick-up truck will not be accepted. Two locations will be available for Tire Amnesty Day this year: Fairground

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Building Parking Lot, 2728 Fairground Road from 9–1 p.m. and the Western Convenience Center, 3455 Hadensville-Fife Road from 7:30–6 p.m. If you have any questions concerning this event, please call Leigh Dunn at 5565850 or email ldunn@ co.goochland.va.us. The Food Pantry at Perkins Baptist Church will be open from 8-10 a.m. and will be open on the 2nd Saturday every month. If you need a little extra help or know a family in need, please encourage them to

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stop by. Perkins Baptist Church is located at 3177 Hadensville-Fife Road in Goochland. For more information or further questions, please contact the church at 457-4366. Sunday, July 11 Homecoming at Mount Gilead Baptist Church! Come worship with us at 11 a.m. and follow up with fun, food and fellowship! Located at 4768 Shannon Hill Rd, Tabscott, VA, 23038. For more info, please call 457-2938.

Saturday, July 17 There will be a motorcycle poker run. There will be a registration from 8:3010 a.m. It will be located at Academy for Staff Development, 1900 River Rd. W. Crozier, Va. 23039. The cost is$20 per person. This entitles you to one hand of poker, a door prize ticket, and a meal. Additional hands are $5 each. Additional door prize tickets are $1. For more information please contact Barbara Moseley at 784-6829 or Bill Southall at 784-6810.

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COMMISSIONER’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE 11.44± ACRES; GOOCHLAND COUNTY TAX MAP # 57-1-18 1515 STAGE COACH ROAD MANAKIN SABOT VA 23103 Pursuant to the provisions of a decree entered by the Circuit Court of Goochland County, Virginia, on January 18, 2005, in the chancery cause of Maggie Allen Henley, et al vs Marie Allen, the undersigned Special Commissioner will offer for sale at public auction at the front door of the Courthouse for the Circuit Court of Goochland County, Virginia at 2938 River Road West, Goochland, Virginia, 23063 on Saturday, July 10, 2010 at 10:00 AM the following real estate: All that certain tract or parcel of land, with improvements thereon, containing 11.44 acres, more or less, lying in the Dover District of Goochland County Virginia, located 20 feet, more or less, North of the northern terminus of Stage Coach Road, also known as State Route 691, shown as Map # 57-1-18 and GPIN 770624-0802 among the land records of Goochland County, Virginia, commonly known as 1515 Stage Coach Rd., Manakin Sabot, Va. 23103, and more particularly described on a certain plat of survey made by Kenneth M. Hart and Associates, dated May 11, 2001, and entered as plaintiff’s Exhibit 5 in the above referenced chancery matter. Being a portion of the same real estate conveyed to John Allen, by deed from James C. Goodman and D. C. Goodman, his wife, dated September 10, 1903 and record ed in Deed Book 50 at page 52 of the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of Goochland County, Virginia, less and except 1.28 acres conveyed to Arline Hope by deed recorded in Deed Book 96 at page 409 of the aforesaid clerk’s office. TERMS OF SALE: CASH: a bidder’s deposit of ten percent (10%) of the highest bid amount is payable at the time of auction and the balance is payable in cash or certified check at settlement, which is to occur within 30 days after court approval of the sale and report to the court for confirmation or rejection of any offers received. The sale is subject to court approval and, if the sale is not approved by the court, the sale shall be null and void and the purchaser’s sole remedy, in law or equity, shall be the return of his deposit without interest. The sale of the property is in gross and not by the acre. Upon acceptance of his bid by the Commission er, the successful bidder shall be required to execute a memorandum of his bid, setting forth the amount of the bid and that the sale is subject to court approval and the terms set forth herein. For information contact: Zachary C. Salmon, Esq. 1139 Broad Street Rd. Oilville, VA 23129 804-784-3566

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TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 1817 Roundfield Lane, Manakin Sabot, VA 23103 . In execution of a certain deed of trust dated March 16, 2006, in the original principal amount of $408,000.00 record ed in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court for Goochland County, Virginia, in Instrument No. 060001343, default having occurred in the payment of the Note thereby secured and at the request of the holder, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at public auction at the front steps of the Circuit Court for Goochland County, 2938 River Road West, Goochland, VA 23063, on August 06, 2010, at 9:01 AM, the property described in said deed of trust, located at the above address, and more particularly described as follows: ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT OR PARCEL OF LAND, LYING AND BEING IN DOVER DISTRICT, GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA, CONTAINING 3.73 ACRES, AND DESIGNATED AS LOT 4A, AS SHOWN ON PLAT OF SURVEY MADE BY HART & BELL, C.L.S., DATED JUNE 20, 1973, ENTITLED " PLAT OF SURVEY OF 7/25 ACRES STANDING IN NAME OF LAWRENCE B. NUCKOLS, ET UX", AND REVISED DECEMBER 4, 1973, TO SHOW THE DIVISION OF LOT 4 A COPY OF WHICH IS ATTACHED TO DEED FROM ROBERT J. CAROOL AND NANCY W. CARROLL, TO JAMES R. TUCKER AND WIFE, AT DEED BOOK 134, PAGE 296. TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT TO THE RIGHTS OF OTHERS IN AND TO 50’ PRIVATE RIGHT OF WAY SHOWN ON PLAT REFERRED TO ABOVE FOR THE PUR-

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POSE OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FROM SAID LOT TO U.S. ROUTE 250..TERMS OF SALE: ALL CASH. A bidder’s deposit of ten percent (10%) of the sale price or ten percent (10%) of the original principal balance of the subject deed of trust, whichever is lower, in the form of cash or certified funds payable to the Substitute Trustee must be present at the time of the sale. The balance of the purchase price will be due within fifteen (15) days of sale, otherwise Purchas er’s deposit may be forfeited to Trustee. Time is of the essence. Sale is subject to post sale confirmation that the borrower did not file for protection under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code prior to the sale, as well as to post- sale confirma tion and audit of the status of the loan with the loan servicer including, but not limited to, determination of whether the borrower entered into any repayment agreement, reinstated or paid off the loan prior to the sale. In any such event, the sale shall be null and void, and the Purchaser’s sole remedy, in law or equity, shall be the return of his deposit without interest . Additional terms to be announced at the sale. A form copy of the Trustee’s memorandum of foreclosure sale and contract to purchase real property is available for viewing at www.bgwsales.com. This is a communication from a debt collector and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. The sale is subject to seller confirmation. Substitute Trustee: Equity Trustees, LLC, 2020 N. 14th Street, Suite 750, Arlington, VA 22201, (703)548-4600. For information contact: Bierman, Geesing, Ward & Wood, LLC, attorneys for Equity Trustees, LLC, 4520 East West Highway, Suite 200, Bethesda, MD 20814, (301) 961-6555, website: www.bgwsales.com. BGWW# 108489 ASAP# 3627798 07/01/2010, 07/08/2010 TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 1831 Rabbit Warren Road, Manakin Sabot, VA 23103. In execution of a certain deed of trust dated June 13, 2005, in the original principal amount of $488,000.00 record ed in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court for Goochland County, Virginia, in Instrument No. 050003159, default having occurred in the payment of the Note thereby secured and at the request of the holder, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at public auction at the front steps of the Circuit Court for Goochland County, 2938 River Road West, Goochland, VA 23063, on August 06, 2010, at 9:00 AM, the property described in said deed of trust, located at the above address, and more particularly described as follows: ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT, PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND, WITH ALL IMPROVEMENTS THEREON AND APPURTENANCES BELONGING, LYING AND BEING IN DOVER DISTRICT, GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA, NORTH OF BUT NOT ADJACENT TO U.S. ROUTE 250 AND SHOWN AS LOT 4, CONTAINING 2.629 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, ON THAT CERTAIN PLAT OF SURVEY PREPARED BY MICHAEL L. PARRISH & ASSOCIATES, INC., PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYORS, ENTITLED, "PLAT OF SURVEY OF SEVEN LOTS KNOWN AS ’RABBIT GLEN’ SUBDIVISION, DOVER DISTRICT, GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA," DATED AUGUST 8, 1994, A COPY OF WHICH PLATS RECORDED IN PLAT CABINET B, SLIDE NO. 345, REFERENCE TO WHICH PLAT IS MADE FOR A MORE PARTICULAR DESCRIPTION OF THE LAND..TERMS OF SALE: ALL CASH. A bidder’s deposit of ten percent (10%) of the sale price or ten percent (10%) of the original principal balance of the subject deed of trust, whichever is lower, in the form of cash or certified funds payable to the Substitute Trustee must be present at the time of the sale. The balance of the purchase price will be due within fifteen (15) days of sale, otherwise Purchaser’s deposit may be forfeited to Trustee. Time is of the essence. Sale is subject to post sale confirmation that the borrower did not file for protection under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code prior to the sale, as well as to post-sale confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the loan servicer including, but not limited to, determination of whether the borrower entered into any repayment agreement, reinstated or paid off the loan prior to the sale. In any such event, the sale shall be null and void, and the Purchaser’s sole remedy, in law or equity, shall be the return of his deposit without interest . Additional terms to be announced at the sale. A form copy of the Trustee’s memorandum of foreclosure sale and contract to purchase real property is available for viewing at www.bgwsales.com. This is a communication from a debt collector and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. The sale is subject to seller confirmation. Substitute Trustee: Equity Trustees, LLC, 2020 N. 14th Street, Suite 750, Arlington, VA 22201, (703)548-4600. For information contact: Bierman, Geesing, Ward & Wood, LLC, attorneys for Equity Trustees, LLC, 4520 East West Highway, Suite 200, Bethesda, MD 20814, (301) 961-6555, website: www.bgwsales.com. BGWW# 30329 ASAP# 3627799 07/01/2010, 07/08/2010

DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT County of Goochland 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, JULY 15, 2010 AT 7:00 PM ON THE FOLLOWING: District 4 RZ-2001-00003 R & L Land, LLC filed an application requesting to amend the proffers for property located at 2144 Lanier Lane identified as Assessor’s Parcel 48-16-0-28-0 (GPIN #7727-59-1673) in the Lanier Industrial Park – Phase III in the Dover Magisterial District. The subject property was rezoned to M-2 (Industrial, General) in 2001. The applicant is requesting to delete proffer #1 which states “Phase III of existing industrial park consisting of eight lots sized no less than two acres each with individual well and septic of each lot”. The Comprehensive Plan shows this area suitable for industrial. RZ-2009-00006 Application filed by Goochland County requesting zoning reclassification from A-2 (Agricultural, Limited) and B-1 (Business, General) to B-3 (Interchange, Commercial) for Assessor’s Parcel Nos. 45-1-0-2-0, 45-1-0-1-E, 33-1-0-4-0 and 33-10-11-0 (GPIN #s 6798-01-4678, 6788-91-6438, 6798-12-4047 and 6798-13-9790). The property consists of approximately 132 acres and it is located east of Oilville Road and north and south of I-64 at the Oilville Interchange in the Oilville Village in the Dover Magisterial District. The purpose of the requested rezoning is to provide for interchange commercial development to enhance the economic development potential for the County. The County’s Comprehensive Plan shows this area as suitable for commercial land use and mixed use which includes commercial. Ordinance amending the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to amend Article 19 (“Industrial, General, District M-2”), Section 2 (“Uses and structures permitted by right”) to allow “Athletic Training Facilities” for baseball, softball, soccer, football, basketball, volleyball, swimming and other sports as a permitted use in the M-2 Zoning District. The above application(s) may be viewed at the County Administration Building in the Goochland County Department of Community Development, Planning and Zoning Office, Monday through Friday 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 556-5317). E-mail address: countyadmin@co.goochland.va.us. Website: www.co.goochland.va.us

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AGENDA DATE: JULY 6, 2010

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 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

CO. 5 FIREHOUSE BOARD MEETING ROOM

CALL TO ORDER FOR STRATEGIC PLANNING SESSION (CO. 5 FIREHOUSE) I. Setting of County Strategic Priorities and Key Initiatives II. Focus on Economic Development ƒ Setting of Vision/Direction ƒ Key Initiatives (Note: Handouts will be available at meeting) Recess to 3 p.m. 3:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER • INVOCATION • PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 1. Citizens’ Comment Period On Unscheduled Matters 2. Requests to Postpone Agenda Items and Additions, Deletions or Changes in the Order of Presentation 3. Approval of Minutes: June 1, 2010 4. County Administrator Comment’s • Introduction of new Fire Chief William MacKay 5. Reports a. Fire/EMS b. Sheriff c. Board of Supervisors to Report VDOT Road Concerns 6. New Business A. Resolution of Appreciation for Chief Allen on His Contributions and Time Served with the Goochland FireRescue Association and Fire-Rescue Department B. Resolution of Appreciation for Martin Marietta For Their Support For Chief Wayne Allen To Serve the Citizens of Goochland County C. Resolution Requesting The Virginia State Law Enforcement Training Facility Be Sited Elsewhere in The State. D. Approval of the Goochland/Powhatan Community Services Annual Performance Contract E. Approval of Lease Agreement with Goochland County Department of Social Services and its Social Services Board for Space in the Goochland County Administration Building F. Approval for County Administrator to Execute An Agreement With The Virginia Department of Transportation to Relocate County Sewer Facilities in Connection with The State’s Huguenot Bridge Replacement Project G. Presentation of Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Audit kickoff by the County’s External Auditors, KPMG H. Consent Items • Accounts Payable • Acceptance of Skateboard Equipment for The Goochland Sports Complex To Be Constructed as Part of an Eagle Scout Project I. Planning and Zoning: Tentative Referrals: Motion to refer to Planning Commission ƒ District 5 CU-1979-00005 Application filed by Nicholas and Lucy Alburger requesting to amend a Conditional Use Permit granted in 1979 to allow for two detached residences located on Assessor’s Parcel No. 631-0-67-0 (GPIN #7714-23-6900) located at 258 River Road West in the Dover Magisterial District. The subject property is zoned R-3 (Residential, General) and as such duplexes and triplexes (which could be rental units) are allowed. Detached units require a conditional use permit. The applicant is requesting to amend condition #1 pertaining to a cottage used for immediate family and occasional guest, and delete #2 that the cottage cannot be rented. The applicant requests that the cottage be allowed as a rental unit. The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 21, Section 4 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan shows this area for mixed use. ƒ Initiate and Refer to the July Planning Commission for a Zoning Ordinance Amendment to allow Athletic Training Facilities as a permitted use in the M-2 (Industrial, General) District. ƒ Initiate and Refer Zoning Ordinance Amendments Related to The Board of Zoning Appeals ƒ Initiate and Refer Zoning Ordinance Amendment To Define The Term “Temporary Family Health Care Structure”) And To Allow The Same As An Permitted Accessory Use In Any Single-Family Residential Zoning District On Lots Zoned For Single-Family Detached Dwellings With Certain Conditions, Pursuant To State Law. ƒ Initiate and Refer Zoning Ordinance Amendments To Revise The Term “Immediate Family Of The Property Owner” To Include The Family Member’s Spouse And To Clarify Certain Provisions Related To Family Subdivisions, Pursuant To State Law. J. Public hearings from Planning and Zoning to the Board of Supervisors to be held the evening of August 3, 2010 ƒ District 1 CU-2010-00004 Edward & Lucy Tyler requesting a Conditional Use Permit for an automobile graveyard on 6.73 acres identified as Assessor’s Parcel No. 9-1-0-6-0 (GPIN #5892-75-9561) located on the west side of Shannon Hill road at 4060 Shannon Hill Road approximately ¾ of a mile north of Community House Road (Route 610) in the Byrd Magisterial District. The auto graveyard has been on the property before 1969, but has expanded over time. The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 2, Section 3.5 of the County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan shows this area as rural enhancement. CU-2009-00009 Application filed by Sylvester & Robbin Bryce requesting a Conditional Use Permit for 2.97 acres identified as Assessor’s Parcel No. 17-1-0-79-0 (GPIN #6810-10-3740 ) located at 2744 Hadensville-Fife Road approximately one mile north of the intersection of Old Columbia Road and Hadensville-Fife Road in the Byrd Magisterial District. The applicant plans to establish a professional office for their HVAC/Construction business. The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 2, Section 3.25 of the County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan shows this area suitable for rural residential with a five acre minimum.

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K. Appointments: • Goochland Powhatan Community Services Board: District 3, appointment of John Grady to replace Beatrice Anderson • Recreation Advisory Commission: District 4, reappointment of Howard Leabough whose term expires 6/2010. District 3, reappointments of Phil Parrish and Larry Proffitt whose terms expire 6/2010. • MPO - Technical Advisory Commission Reappointment of Tom Coleman, Principal Planner and Debra Byrd, Civil & Environmental Engineer. • Capital Area Agency on Aging Reappointment of Dr. James Bowles, Sr. whose term expires June 30, 2010. L. Closed Meeting Motion and Certification: Closed Meeting Motion Motion to convene in Closed Meeting pursuant to Sections 2.2-3711 and 2.2-3712 of the Code of Virginia for the purpose of consultation with legal counsel (i) pertaining to actual litigation and (ii) regarding specific legal matters requiring the provision of legal advice, as permitted by Section 2.2-3711(A)(7) of the Code of Virginia. Certification of Closed Meeting Motion for certification of Closed Meeting pursuant to Section 2.2-3712(D) of the Code of Virginia that the Goochland County Board of Supervisors, to the best of each member’s knowledge, heard, discussed or considered (i) only public business matters lawfully exempted from open meeting requirements by the Freedom of Information Act in the Closed Meeting of this date, and (ii) only such public business matters as were identified in the motion convening the Closed Meeting were heard, discussed or considered by the Goochland County Board of Supervisors. 7. Dinner Break 7:00 P.M. 8. Chairman Calls Meeting Back To Order 9. Citizens’ Comment Period On Unscheduled Matters 10. Public Hearings a. District 2 (Public Hearing) CU-2000-00003 Application filed by Jeffrey J. Mabry requesting an extension to a Conditional Use Permit that was granted in 2000 to use an existing dwelling as a studio and office on Assessor’s Parcel No. 30-1-0-8-0 (GPIN # 6759-54-0095). The property is located at 2680 Sandy Hook Road approximately one-half mile northwest of Jackson Shop Road (Route 607) in the Lickinghole Magisterial District. The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 3, Section 3.14 of the County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan shows this area as rural enhancement. b. District 4 (Public Hearing) CU-2010-00002 Application filed by PT Land Co., C/O TMG, LLC requesting a Conditional Use Permit for a car wash on 4.40 acres identified as a portion of Assessor’s Parcel No. 48-1-0-56-0 (GPIN # 7738-21-1276) located at 6100 Pouncey Tract Road in the northeast corner of Goochland County in the Dover Magisterial District. The applicant plans to construct a convenience store and car wash. The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 16, Section 3.8 of the County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan shows this area suitable for commercial use. c. Public hearing to consider an ordinance to amend Goochland County Code, Chapter 13 (“Taxation”), Article IB (“Real Estate Assessment and Equalization”), Division 2 (“Department of Real Estate Assessment”), Sections 13-15 (“Department of real estate assessment”) and 13-16 (“County assessor”) to clarify the composition of the Department of Real Estate Assessment and the assignments of the County Assessor d. Public hearing to consider an ordinance to amend Goochland County Code, Chapter 13 (“Taxation”) by adding Article IX (“Short-Term Rental Tax”), Sections 13-247 (“Short-term rental property defined”), 13248 (“Short-term rental business defined”), 13-249 (“Imposition; amount”), 13-250 (“Collection, return and remittance of tax”), 13-251 (“Procedure upon failure to collect, report or remit taxes”), 13-252 (“Penalty and interest”), 13-253 (“Exclusions and exemptions”), 13-254 (“Certificate of registration”) and 13-255 (“Criminal penalties for violation of article”) to classify short-term rental property as a separate classification for purposes of local taxation, pursuant to state law e. Public hearing to consider an ordinance to amend Goochland County Code, Chapter 2 (“Administration”), Article III (“Purchasing, surplus property”) by amending Division 3 (“Cooperative Procurement”), Section 2-240 (“Conditions for use”); Division 4 (“Contract formation and methods of source selection”), Sections 2-246 (“Competitive negotiation”) and 2-254 (“Competitive bidding or competitive negotiation on state-aid projects”); and by adding Section 2-257.2 (“Compliance with state law; foreign and domestic businesses authorized to transact business in the Commonwealth”) to comply with Chapters 736, 382, 567 and 634 of the 2010 Virginia Acts of Assembly (House Bills 426, 567, 789 and 831, respectively) f. Public hearing to consider an ordinance to amend Goochland County Code, Chapter 13 (“Taxation”), Article IB (“Real Estate Assessment and Equalization”), Division 2 (“Department of Real Estate Assessment”) and Division 3 (“Board of Equalization”) by amending Sections 13-19 (“Assessment records”), 13-26 (“Same— Organization; membership”), 13-28 (“Same—Hearings”) and 13-30 (“Same—Compensation of members”); and by adding Section 13-32 (Same—Finality; review by board of equalization prerequisite to bringing action in circuit court”) to remove the nine-year term limitation for members of the Board of Equalization, to add a provision related to the exhaustion of administrative remedies before appealing to the Circuit Court, and to revise the provisions related to the Board of Equalization to comply with state law. 11. Other Business: 12. Adjournment to August 3, 2010

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Attendance was so strong it threatened to overpower the facility’s air conditioning capacity as members and visitors talked, exchanging business cards and conversation. Formed in January, the group’s membership has grown to more than 100. “We thought we would get maybe 50 members,” said HBL President Joe Winston, who has served as president of the Henrico Business Council, an arm of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, where he has also served as

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