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Benedictine files suit over plan of development denial By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

The Benedictine Society of Virginia has filed suit in Circuit Court against Goochland County Administrator Rebecca T. Dickson, the Goochland Board of Supervisors, the county and the Board of Zoning Appeals over a dispute concerning the school’s proposed plan of development. In court papers filed Aug. 10 by Benedictine attorney Darvine E. Satterwhite the school asks the court to approve its plan of development. The dispute concerns Benedictine’s proposal to use curb and gutter in its plan for the entrance to the school, which it says was denied by Dickson in letters dated June 12, 2012 and June 26. The suit asks the court to enter an order approving Benedictine’s plan of development. It also asks the court to issue an order that the disapproval of curb and gutter as part of Benedictine’s POD exceeds county authority and violates Virginia. Benedictine announced in June it would stay at its Sheppard Street location in Richmond until at least next fall after delays in getting approval for its plan of development. “Curb and gutter, that’s the whole issue,” said Satterwhite, adding that

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District 3 Supervisor Mauel Alvarez Jr. leads a discussion on internet issues last week at the second of two public meetings this month.

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Benedictine has filed suit in Goochland Circuit Court over the county’s denial of its plan to use curb and gutter in the design of the entrance to the proposed school on River Road.

the suit was filed in order to preserve all avenues of appeal open to the school, which still hopes to come to agreement with the county on a plan of development. Although the suit has been filed, Satterwhite added that he had not requested it be served on county officials. The Board of Supervisors is scheduled to consider the appeal Oct. 2. A Board of Zoning Appeals hearing has not been scheduled. Satterwhite said the school, formerly known as Benedictine High

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School, wants to use a curb-andgutter design to build turn lanes on River Road as part of a conditionaluse permit granted in December. He said the school doesn’t have the land needed to build a shoulderand-ditch-design turn lane, adding that neighboring property owners wouldn’t sell the school additional land. The county determined that curband-gutter design is not appropriate for River Road’s designation as a see Benedictine > page 4

Internet committee holds second forum By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Rockcastle resident Paul Yates wanted to come to the High Speed Internet Committee’s second community meeting last week but the trouble was he couldn’t remember where it was being held. So he went online in search of information, trying the Goochland Gazette’s website but his system worked so slowly he was having no luck. He finally found a print copy of the paper and determined the time and place for last Wednesday evening’s meeting at Company 3

Firehouse in Centerville, where committee chairman Manuel Alvarez, District 3 supervisor, led a discussion on the progress of the committee to date. Alvarez, retired now from Altria, recounted his struggle to get broadband at his home. “I had dial-up at home,” he said. “I had to go to the office on weekends to work,” he recalled. Alvarez said his struggle to get adequate access to the internet at his Goochland home was one of the factors that led to his decision

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Powell brings campaign to Goochland Democrat holds town hall By Ben Orcutt Special Correspondent

Democratic challenger Wayne Powell says Republican Congressman and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is not in touch with the constituents of the 7th District and needs to be replaced. Powell made his pitch to unseat Cantor during an Aug. 21, open town hall meeting at the White Hawk Music Café on Sandy Hook Road in Goochland that attracted about 30 people. The 61-year-old Powell is the founder of the Powell & Parrish law firm in Midlothian. He was awarded the Legion of Merit upon his retirement in 2002 as a colonel in the U.S. Army after 30 years of service, five of which were

active duty and 25 as a member of the Active Reserves. Powell also has served as an Assistant Attorney General of Virginia and was the Virginia Worker’s Compensation Commission’s deputy commissioner for six years. A Richmond native, Powell earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Richmond, a master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin and a law degree from the T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond. He and his wife Katherine live in Chesterfield County. Powell has two grown children and five grandchildren. In an interview prior to his Goochland town hall meeting, Powell said that he didn’t like where the country was headed and decided to run against Cantor in the Nov. 6 election. “So I figured instead of just sitting on the sidelines I’d get

involved and do something about it,” Powell said. “Especially when our representative was I believe one of the problems in Congress and there’s no other way than to simply confront the situation and try to change it and that’s what I’m doing.” According to Cantor’s website, the 7th District includes portions of Caroline, Chesterfield, Henrico and Spotsylvania counties and a portion of the city of Richmond. The district includes all of Culpeper, Goochland, Louisa, Madison, Orange, Page and Rappahannock counties. Powell said there are key areas in which he has to make a good showing in order to defeat Cantor. In the 2010 election, Cantor captured 63 percent of the vote in Goochland, compared to 28 percent for Democratic challenger Rick Waugh and 7 percent for independent conservative Floyd Bane.

“Well I think you have to do well in Henrico, Chesterfield, Hanover and now to a greater extent than before Spotsylvania, because more of Spotsylvania is in the district,” Powell said. “But I’m not conceding. I’m not going to concede anywhere, which is why we’re here in Goochland. We’ve got 10 open town halls scheduled and that means that these are not just for Democrats.” In addressing those who attended the Goochland town hall meeting, Powell focused on the economy, that Congress isn’t working and the “obscene” amount of money being poured into politics. On the economy, Powell said there is “unacceptable deficit spending,” adding that based on the current debt it amounts to $187,000 per U.S. resident. Powell said Cantor has prevented pieces

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Goochland student attends summer academy at Langley Research Center By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Tariq Hamzey spent a week of his summer planning a mission to Mars. Hamzey, a student from Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School in Richmond Va., was one of a group of 144 rising high school seniors from across Virginia who spent a week at NASA Langley Research Center taking part in the Virginia Aerospace Science and Technology Scholars (VASTS) academy. This summer marks the fifth anniversary of the academy, which has seen more than 500 students. The academy was held July 8-14 at NASA Langley in Hampton, Va., and was hosted by NASA Langley in a partnership with the Virginia Space Grant Consortium. Prior to the academy, the students completed a six-month interactive distance-learning course, which focused on aerospace exploration in order to prepare the students for their intensive week at NASA Langley. Hamzey said the students were selected for the summer program according to how well they performed in the six-month interactive distance-learning course. “You have to do really well on the course,” he said. The academy gave the students the opportunity to tour NASA facilities, learn from NASA

researchers, meet astronaut Roger Crouch, participate in workforce situations and receive college credit. During their week, students were divided into four teams: mission integration, mission transit, human factors and science and surface operations. Hamzey worked on the Mission Transit team, which was responsible for the mission design. Hamzey said his team was responsible for planning the actual trip from earth to Mars, in which the crew would launch from earth and achieve orbit and then depart for Mars after making preparations in a smaller transit vehicle. “I was pretty lucky to get in that group,” said Hamzey, who said VASTS helped him figure out what he wants to do in his career. He said the experience steered him more to the mechanical side of physics as opposed to the theoretical. “[VASTS] has provided me with an incredible wealth of information,” Hamzey said. “It has given me not only aerospace knowledge, but also experience in the scientific research and writing process.” The week-long course was completely free, said Hamzey. “Me and my parents were completely blown away,” he said. “They even paid for our gas to get down there.” Hamzey said the future of space exploration is unclear but that he believes NASA hope to

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A purple dress…green shoes with laces…anything with puppies on it. These are just some of the many requests volunteers with YMCA Bright Beginnings received on a shopping trip to J. C. Penney at Regency Square Mall. On Aug. 1, the Goochland Family YMCA took 27 kids shopping for clothes and school supplies as part of YMCA Bright Beginnings. It was the first of five shopping trips the Goochland Y sponsored this year. For 20 years, YMCA Bright Beginnings has helped economically-challenged families prepare for back-to-school. Each child is paired with a special adult volunteer who helps the child on a shopping trip with a Y group. “It is 100 percent satisfaction,” said Belinda Bowles, chairperson for YMCA Bright Beginnings and a Y board member. “Just to see the children’s faces while they’re shopping. Words cannot express the positive feeling you get by participating in this pro-

Benedictine continued from > page 1 rural road. Dickson denied the plan of development in June, citing concerns about the turn lanes. The lawsuit claims that the conditional-use permit does not restrict Benedictine to a specific kind of turnlane design. The school had made plans to move to Goochland

gram,” she said. Program Director for the Goochland Family YMCA, Jan Kenney, agrees. In fact, she could hardly sleep the night before the trip because she was so excited. “This is my very favorite program. It’s meeting a need that is so prevalent in our community,” she said. Kenney said they have received 180 applications for YMCA Bright Beginnings this year. The Y hopes to accommodate all applicants if the necessary donations come in. Shirl Johnson has been a YMCA Bright Beginnings volunteer for eight years. She brought along her college-age daughter to try and teach her the benefits of giving back to those in need. “This program really gives back to the community and I want to teach my daughter to give back as well. But we’re also having fun. My shopping buddy is great, we’ve talked a lot and she’s excited about getting new things for the school year.” Johnson’s shopping buddy wasn’t the only one eager to roam the clothing racks and shoe department. Boys and girls of all ages and sizes happily went with their volunteer to pick out the required items from their shopping list. They picked out everything from jeans to jackets to tennis shoes. It was made

possible by store leader of jcpenney and Regency Square Mall, Ternesia Hunt, who allowed the Y to use her store. This is her first experience with YMCA Bright Beginnings and she said she’s amazed at the level of energy from the volunteers and the students. “It’s a great program so we just wanted to support the Y and

help these kids prepare for backto-school.” The Goochland Family YMCA welcomes individuals, companies, churches, and other groups to shop or donate funds or supplies. To learn how to donate, visit www.ymcarichmond.org/ brightbeginnings.

this fall, where its athletic facilities have been located for years. But the school has already pushed back its moving date twice, and it is now scheduled to open in Goochland in the fall of 2013. In December, the society was granted a conditionaluse permit by the Board of Supervisors. A condition of the permit requires that the society improve River Road

by adding an eastbound rightturn lane and a westbound left-turn lane. The society was required to submit a plan of development to the county showing its proposed construction work. “If we are able to resolve the entrance issues, then all of the appeals pending could be withdrawn,” said Dickson in an emailed comment to the Gazette. Dickson noted the county is still waiting for a

revised plan for the entrance to the school, expected more than a month ago. “It remains our hope that plans will be submitted that comply with the conditions of the special use permit, conditions that BHS agreed to, so that we can move this project forward,” said Dickson.

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What price broadband? That’s the question that bubbled below the surface at the community meeting on high-speed Internet last Wednesday evening at Company 3 Firehouse in Centerville. If one clears away all the technical questions and scientific lingo, the bottom line seems to be, well, the bottom line. There is no confusion about the need, or at least the strong desirability, of having access to efficient, reasonably priced high-speed Internet service in Goochland, or any locality, for that matter. Just like businesses or private households began to find it impossible to operate without a telephone by the early 20th century, here in the early 21st century reliable access to the Internet is becoming a pre-requisite to almost every facet of daily life, be it work, school, government or social interaction. And the average citizen likely doesn’t want to know the science, necessarily, of how all this modern communication works. They just want it to work and be available at a reasonable cost. That’s where the High-Speed Internet Committee comes in. Composed of 14 members, the committee has been meeting monthly to prepare a report due Oct. 2 to the Board of Supervisors on the state on high-speedInternet in the county. What they are likely to report is that there is no “silver bullet” out there that will magically provide cheap, effective Internet access to every county citizen who wants it, but instead there is a collage of strategies that could gradually expand access, with some areas using current cable and wireless providers and some having to continue to rely on satellite dishes for access. And that access will increase but slowly. It’s not an optimum solution but it’s the same problem faced by rural areas all over the country. And the only way to change it significantly for the better or to make something happen more quickly would be for the county to get involved in providing infrastructure, i.e., paying for fiber optic lines to be installed or building towers at strategic locations. That would cost money which would mean raising revenue which would mean raising taxes, something the current board is unlikely to want to propose. Unless the citizens make it known that they are willing to pony up. But with the growing realization that broadband access is just about as necessary for economic growth as good roads, schools and public safety, maybe that time has come. -Ken Odor

Goochland’s principals line up to receive certificates at the last School Board meeting. From left are Michael Newman, GHS, Tina L. McCay, GES, Sandra Crowder, RES and James B. Hopkins of BES. Johnette H. Burdette of GMS was not present to receive the middle school award. The certificates of accreditation were issued by AdvancED, an organization that has become the benchmark of continuous improvement for educational institutions all over the world. Photo by Ken Odor

Letters to the Editor Writer opposes Bellview Gardens Medical office buildings My name is Otho Ragland; I have been a resident of Bellview Gardens subdivision for the past 40 years. As you already know, we live in a major subdivision zoned R-1. At the present time a request has been made to change the zoning on properties H 1 and H 4 to allow for commercial use. Our neighborhood has been under constant assault by a certain group wishing to purchase these properties at distressed prices and profit greatly by rezoning. They began their predatory assault on our neighborhood by purchasing these two houses and renting them out. The tenants were told that they could stay in these houses for a limited time as they were going to have these lots rezoned commercial and

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Letters continued from > page 6 tear then down. Meanwhile they allowed these properties to deteriorate to the point where they are eye sores to everyone entering our subdivision. After not keeping the payments up, Franklin Federal Saving Bank foreclosed. Bellview Gardens Medical, LLC filed the application July 18, asking that 2.7 acres be rezoned from R-1 to B-2. They have a purchase option with Franklin Federal Savings Bank subject to the rezoning. Also I am surprised the Franklin Federal Savings Bank would give their blessing to Bellview Gardens, LLC as explained to us at the public meeting with them. Goochland County already has property zoned for commercial use. A good example is Goodwill, the Planning Commission voted against them and they still located in our county just west of our subdivision. At that time I asked the question to the real estate person involved why Goodwill had not been offered these lots that they now have and the answer was and I quote “It is cheaper to buy these lots in question and have them rezoned than it is to purchase real estate that is zoned commercial.� I asked this question before the Goodwill request went before the zoning board. Please try to put yourself in our position, and you will better understand that we need your protection and help. I hereby request that you send a message to this group that you do not reward any one using predatory, attacks time after time for greedy personal gain. Otho C. Ragland Jr. Bellview Gardens Editor’s note: This letter was originally sent to the Goochland County administration, the Board of Supervisors and members of the Planning Commission.

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Bellview Gardens should be residential

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC OF AN APPLICATION BY CENTRAL VIRGINIA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, FOR A GENERAL INCREASE IN ELECTRIC RATES CASE NO. PUE-2012-00045

I am writing regarding the zoning change proposed for Bellview Gardens. Like my neighbors, I feel very strongly that commercial development has no business encroaching on an established residential subdivision. All of us find it disappointing that we are once again called back into a battle that we thought had been won. Bellview Gardens is clearly a residential entity – all the way down to Rt. 250. We find it unthinkable that the residential lots in our community could be purchased and then rezoned for commercial use. What precedent would this set for the rest of the small subdivisions in the east end of Goochland? What would it say to all of those who have purchased homes because of the neighborhoods, but now discover that they are backto-back with a commercial building and all of its inherent traffic? It says to those people, “Your interests don’t matter.� Our interests do matter, however. In fact, they matter a great deal. There is no denying the fact that Bellview Gardens was created to be residential, and that we, said residents, were here first. I moved into my home at the end of Pamela Lane in 1988. At that time, prior to the widening of Rt.250, two brick pillars stood at the entrance of Mills Road to mark the beginning of the subdivision. All of the existing houses in the community were occupied. The highway widened, water/sewer came in, new houses were built, and families with young children joined our ranks. We continued to be what we always had been: a residential neighborhood. We purchased our homes because we loved the neighborhood just as it is, never dreaming that we could

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be living in our neighborhood in spite of commercial encroachment. You will hear, I am sure, many logistical and legal arguments detailing why this proposed rezoning should not take place, but for now I ask that the members of both Planning and Zoning and The Board of Supervisors treat us as though they were our neighbors and we were theirs.

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Via (Brenda); numerous nieces and nephews. Remains rested at the Norman Funeral Home, Goochland, Va., where family received friends Friday, August 24. Funeral services were held on Saturday, at Oakwood United Methodist Church at. Interment church cemetery.

Crawford, 50, of Goochland formally of New Castle and Richmond was called home Monday, August 6, 2012, after a very courageous battle with cancer. A Memorial Service was held Saturday, September 1, 2012, at Mizpah Christian Church, 5257 Old Columbia Road, Goochland, with felCrawford lowship for friends and family immediately following. Marie Anna Marie Thurston- fought many obstacles dur-

the proposed zoning change to Bellview Gardens in order to accommodate the commercial venture of new medical offices. Developers wish to change the R1 zoning to B2. Our neighborhood has recently fought long and hard to maintain residential zoning, but we no sooner fend off one commercial assault than we find ourselves faced with another. I am aware that residential land is cheaper for developers than commercially zoned land, but if developers are permitted to carve land out of one neighborhood, then a precedent is set for any Goochland neighborhood that they find attractive. I have been a resident of Bellview Gardens for over 30 years. The quiet, rural tranquility that marked our neighborhood in the early 80s has yielded to the bustle of new homes and residents, children’s bikes,

SUVs, and the occasional bark from a family pet. The size of the neighborhood has almost doubled, yet we have all been bound together by our common determination to remain a neighborhood without commercial intrusion. Yes, in spite of 288, the widening of Rt. 250, and the ever-ballooning presence of Short Pump, Belleview Gardens has been a refuge from the commercial hustle and bustle. It is a calm, safe, attractive, and highly desirable location for families. My hope is that the members of Planning and Zoning, along with the members of the Board of Supervisors, will hold the line against rezoning a part of Bellview Gardens. Our neighborhood has existed for nearly 50 years, untouched by commercial assault. After this length of time, we feel that we have every reason to expect that

ing her years and passed with dignity and grace. She was a very strong willed woman and her conviction was to never give up. She vowed to fight till she could not fight any longer. One of her wishes was to have a service closer to her hometown in addition to New Castle where she grew up. She is survived by her father, see Obituaries > page 12 it should remain that way. I urge Planning and Zoning and the Board of Supervisors to not let commercial interests trump the interests of those who call Bellview Gardens home. John C. Smith, Jr., D.D.S. Bellview Gardens

Community thanked for support The family of Theodore (Buster) Lowry wishes to express their thanks to all of those who sent cards, flowers, food and expressions of condolences. Special thanks to the Fife Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department for the use of their facilities. The Lowry Family Goochland

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SHERIFF’S REPORTS: Incidents

August 30, 2012 Aug. 20 

Prowler reported in 200 block of Shelton Bend Dr.



Psychiatric behavioral problem reported in 1500 block Stage Coach Rd.



Larceny reported in 100 block E. Brook Run Dr.



Larceny reported in 100 block E. Brook Run Dr.



Arrest warrant served in 2900 block River Rd. W.



Larceny reported in 300 block Sweetbriar Dr.



Fraud or swindle reported in 500 block Fords Rd.



Larceny reported in 100 blockblock Ashley Dr.



Larceny reported in 200 block Sweetbriar Dr.



Civil problem reported in 4100 block Hidden Acres Dr.



Forgery uttering reported in 1900 block Sandy Hook Rd.



Arrest warrant served in 300 Hickory Dr.



Promiscuous shooting reported at 1800 block Manakin Rd.

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Civil paper service at 1700 block Haskin Rd.

Animal complaint reported in 2100 block Hawk Town Rd.



Larceny reported in 400 block Blair Rd.



Arrest warrant served in 5000 Ransone Rd.

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Civil problem reported in 1500 block Shallow Well Rd.



Animal complaint reported in 2800 block Tabscott Rd.



Larceny reported in 200 block E. Brook Run Dr.



Larceny reported in 100 block E. Brook Run Dr.





Larceny reported in 200 E. Brook Run Dr.

Animal complaint reported in 1700 block Haskin Rd.



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Civil problem reported at 5900 block Pouncey Tract Rd.



Civil problem reported in 2900 River Road W.



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Mailbox vandalism reported in 1300 block Broad Street Rd.

Aug. 26 

Overdose poison ingestion reported in 3900 block Pasha Dr.

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Louisa County Air Show is this Saturday By Korey Hughes Special Correspondent

If you’re willing to take a road trip this weekend, don’t miss the 21st annual Louisa County Air Show at Louisa County Airport and Freeman Field on Saturday, September 1. Each year, the event brings exciting displays of aerial artistry to the Central Virginia region, and the performances that have been planned for 2012’s installment won’t disappoint. Bill Fosdick became the airport manager at Louisa County Airport only four months ago, and he said that planning the show has been a major undertaking since he came on board. He said, however, that the show’s good reputation is why he believes that it has remained popular for so long. “Well, I’m a little hard pressed to answer, but evidently, the people in the locality and the airport authority must be very happy with the air show since it’s a free event for everybody and lots of people show up,” Fosdick said. “I’m hopeful that we’ll have a great one this time.”

The world-famous Flying Circus Air Show will headline Saturday’s event. The aerial stunt team, which hails from Bealton, has been performing for over 43 years, but Fosdick said this will be the group’s first appearance at the Louisa County Air Show. “They are the anchor act, and they do World War II performances with actual World War II biplanes,” Fosdick said. “All their people will be dressed up as World War II pilots, and they’ll do a wing-walker act.” Additional performers include Roger Marshall in his Russian YAK 55M, Charlie Schwenker flying his Extra 300 and Johnny White in his Pitts Special. Attendees should bring blankets and lawn chairs if they want to be comfortable while watching the show. But, for those spectators who want to see planes up close, static aircraft will also be on display. More specifically, the assortment will feature warbirds, which are planes that were piloted during World War II, although Fosdick said that none of the planes will be historically significant in relation to specific battles.

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“It will be World War II airplanes, and not modern Air Force inventory in the static displays,” Fosdick said. “We have our main ramp out here with 42 airplanes that are there to look at, and we’ll have a person or pilot there that can answer questions for people that come up.” And if you’re aching to get into the air, private plane rides will also be available for the public. The pilots will negotiate the prices with customers, but Fosdick said the rates for those flights may range from $30 to $70, depending on the sizes of the aircraft. “They’re very benign airplane rides, but you can purchase a ride in an airplane for 15 or 20 minutes,” Fosdick said. “We’ll have biplanes that have been restored, and they’ll give rides before the performances start.” “A Cessna (can accommodate) two or three people, and

biplanes can only take one person up at a time. But, it will be a sale between the pilot and that person, and we don’t get involved in that transaction, so (the price) just depends on the customer.” So, if you’re in the area, the Louisa County Air Show will be a can’t-miss experience. And it isn’t very often that Central Virginia residents get the chance to see these kinds of aerial activities locally since Fosdick said air shows happen more often in military locales such as Virginia Beach or Washington, D.C. The 21st Annual Louisa County Air Show will get underway at the Louisa County Airport and Freeman Field at 335 Industrial Drive in Louisa County from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, September 1. The show’s aerial portion will take place from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Admission is free. For more information, please contact Bill Fosdick at (540) 967-0050.


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continued from > page 1 to run for a seat on the Board of Supervisors. Yates said during the evening session that his wife faces a similar problem as Alvarez did. “She drives 40 miles both ways when she could work from home,” said Yates after the meeting. “My house is worth less. If we had high speed internet the county’s tax base would go up.” Rachel Parker of Parker Properties said she was a little discouraged after the meeting, which lasted for more than two hours, covering a wide range of topics and much technical information. County residents currently are served by a number of providers, depending on where they live, with good access to broadband in the eastern end of the county and the courthouse area but spotty coverage elsewhere. Some households depend on satellite systems that can be problematic during bad weather.

Alvarez also chaired an earlier meeting on Aug. 15 at Byrd Elementary School, where a couple dozen people turned out. “Pzople are very frustrated, they know it’s going to be a long time,” said Alvarez after the first meeting. The nine-member committee is scheduled to report to the Board of Supervisors at its Oct. 2 meeting. Alvarez said they would likely offer both short term and long term proposals to improve access to high speed internet. A recurrent theme during the second meeting was the lack of incentive for internet providers to service to low density residential areas like much of Goochland, where the return on investment is low and the fact that the industry is unregulated, with no requirement to provide service to unprofitable areas. Goochland’s franchise with Comcast, the county’s only cable provider, requires the company to provide service to areas where the minimum

density is at least 30 dwelling units per mile. Areas not meeting this density standard may negotiate for service but customers may have to pay additional charges according to the agreement, entered into in June of last year. “If there was money to be made Comcast would do it,” said Alvarez of the company’s incentive to provide service to county customers. One positive note is that Verizon has promised to offer 4G service, an advanced wireless system, to the entire county by 2013, said Alvarez. Richard Costanzo, who attended last week’s meeting, said it was important for the committee to “put something together for the citizens. We need to get them better educated,” he said. Information on the county’s broadband efforts is available on the Goochland County website at http://www. co.goochland.va.us/Home/Go ochlandCountyBroadbandEff ortsInformation.aspx.

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thought about before.” John Grigg, who attended the town hall meeting with his wife, Blair, said he considers himself a Republican “without a party” and that he’ll probably vote for Powell. “I think tonight was wonderful. I really do,” said Donna Zilske. “Until the Tea Party existed I considered myself an independent and at that point I became an absolute devout, card-carrying Democrat because we can’t go backwards. We just can’t.” Ron Reynolds, who also attended the meeting, acknowledged that Powell’s bid to unseat Cantor and capture a majority of votes in the 7th District, especially in Goochland, will be difficult. “It’s not easy, not easy, but it’s going to be getting the message out,” Reynolds said. “That’s the hardest part – getting past the rhetoric and the lies. If we get past that, we might have a chance.” Cantor, 49, lives in Henrico and is seeking his seventh twoyear term in Congress. Ray Allen, senior strategist for Cantor’s re-

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election campaign, responded to remarks made during Powell’s Goochland town hall meeting. “Congressman Cantor is very well known and respected and very in touch with constituents, which has shown in his previous elections,” Allen said. “I think it’s unfortunate that Mr. Powell is running a completely, 100 percent negative campaign and that he misjudges the people of the 7th District. People of the 7th District are fair-minded people and they’re good, decent folk and they’re not, they’re just going to reject his negative campaign. They know Eric Cantor is working hard for them and trying to fix this economy. Eric wants to cut taxes for small businesses and Mr. Powell’s just being negative and mean spirited and I don’t think that’s what the people of the 7th District want.” A debate between Cantor and Powell sponsored by the Virginia Chamber of Commerce is scheduled for Sept. 28.

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Youth, schedule will challenge young Bulldogs By Jim Ridolphi Special Correspondent

Over the past few seasons, Goochland Bulldogs football fans have become accustomed to an experienced team that dominates opponents from the kickoff of game one. That supremacy was largely due to a bundle of three-year starters who played key positions with a precision that only experience can produce. As the Bulldogs prepare to open the 2012 campaign, nine of those players are now competing at the college level. Their achievement speaks volumes regarding the consistency and quality of Bulldog football for the past several seasons, but it’s a double-edged sword for Goochland coach Joe Fowler. Fowler’s primary task this preseason has been searching for new faces to fill key positions. He knows this year’s Bulldog team will be a work in progress, however, each game should provide the young squad with more and more experience in real game situations. “We are going to be a much different team in week eight than we are in week one as our kids gain experience and learn their roles,” Fowler said.

The coach doesn’t discount the challenges facing a young and untested squad. Likewise, he knows the hazards and possibilities when that inexperienced team takes the field against Fluvanna in the opener this Friday night. “We are going to be incredibly young,” Fowler said. “We are likely to dress as many as nine sophomores and three freshmen. Last year, we only dressed one underclassman. So it will be a challenging year, but exciting.” Fowler is counting on a limited number of returning seniors to play a big role in the team’s development. “We need exceptional leadership out of our senior class as they mentor the younger kids,” Fowler said. “With the challenges of our early schedule, we are going to have to grow up quick.” That early season lineup includes Fork Union and Monticello, both boasting big time quarter-

backs headed to college on full scholarships. Sophomore Jordan Jefferson will start at quarterback for Goochland after two years at that position on the JV squad. Seniors Nathan Mattox and Mason Engel along with junior David Dyer will share running back duties and provide experience. Senior Mitchell Brice also returns at running back for the Bulldogs. “He is back after a good junior year and is poised for a big season,” Fowler said. The offensive line is one area that lack of experience won’t be an issue. Five seniors will fill those positions, and receivers Nathan Adams and Trace Nixon are both back at wide receiver. Junior Cephas Harden is also getting some attention and Fowler thinks he could have an impact. “Harden has the speed to stretch the defense from the receiver spot.” On defense, Fowler is facing the daunting task of replacing a slew of three-year starters. “Replacing them and finding a rotation of five/eight guys who we can count on in different situations is going to be a key for us,” he said. Engel will serve as field general in the defensive backfield from the

safety spot and Jefferson will do double duty at cornerback. “Jordan is going to develop into one of the top cornerbacks in the state after a freshmen season where he started the last seven games,” Fowler said. Playing both ways goes against Fowler’s conventional wisdom, but it’s his only option. “We have some very talented kids in our senior class, but we don’t have the depth of kids that we have had in the past,” Fowler said. “Because of that, some of those guys are going to have to go both ways and that is something we have tried to avoid in the past.” Fillingthebigvoidinthekicking game won’t be easy either and Fowler said he’d start the season dividing the duties. “We will likely split up the kicking duties between three people with

Raleigh Marria handling the extra points, Javier Moreno handling the punting and Ricky Gordon doing kickoffs,” Fowler said. “Punter Javier Moreno has been booming kicks in practice and has turned a lot of heads as a

sophomore.” Even if Fowler can put the right players in the right places, the opening non-district schedule is a bear. “Our schedule is brutal early with Fork Union, Fluvanna, and Monticello. FUMA’s quarterback is the #2 QB in the nation and going to Penn State, and Monticello’s QB has already committed to a full ride from JMU,” he said. But, there is light at the end of the tunnel. “Hopefully we can survive that stretch healthy and go into JRD (James River District) play in one piece,” Fowler said. “The keys to success are going to be staying healthy and developing depth so that we don’t have to play so many kids b o t h ways.”

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Goochland head coach Joe Fowler, far left, fields a young team this season and he will look for leadership from Nathan Adams (10), Trace Nixon (11), Mason Engel (28) and Mitchell Brice (9).


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Young Cadet offense faces same tough schedule By Jim Ridolphi Special Correspondent

The players come and go, but the schedule remains the same year-in and year-out for the Benedictine football team. The Cadets never get a break when it comes to a tough prep slate and this year is no different as they take the field with an offensive lineup that is young and mostly untested, but definitely determined. “The schedule remains one of the toughest in the Central Region and in the VISAA,” said Cadet coach Greg Lilly. “We play three playoff teams from last year – LCA, STC, and Bishop Ireton – as well as FUMA, Woodberry Forest, Collegiate, and Paul VI who all have annually strong teams.” In addition to the brutal VISAA schedule, the team is

also taking on a pair of wellestablished Chesterfield programs. “We will play two AAA public schools on the road – James River and Midlothian – and the only new team on our schedule, The Avalon School (MD), was 10-1 and won a state championship last year… so we definitely have our work cut out for us,” Lilly said. Leading the Cadet offensive charge this season is quarterback Bryce Hamilton, a junior transfer from James River. Learning a new system with new players, Hamilton has progressed with each snap under center. “Bryce improved from the first scrimmage and looked very comfortable as we got into the second quarter (of last week’s scrimmage),” Lilly said.

“He is doing a good job of getting us into the right play and leading the offense right now. He just needs to play so he can develop some more confidence. We are excited that he is our QB.” A veteran offensive line and running back should help Hamilton get up to speed. “We return five experienced offensive linemen and Corey Downey (sr.), who gained 900 yards last year at tailback, so hopefully that can ease the transition at quarterback and wide receiver,” Lilly said. Seniors Ryan Henry, Leon Brewington and Brett McDonough will anchor that offensive line. Defensively, the Cadets should be solid with a bevy of returners including senior defensive backs Ryan Lamura

and JD Shobe, senior linebacker Mikey McDonald and senior defensive end Austin Hague along with junior DB Amani Williams and junior defensive end Cornell Urquhart. “The defense should be better than last year,” Lilly commented. The Cadets scrimmaged powerhouse Bishop O’Connell last week and played the visitors even with the exception of a few big plays. “We need to improve our effort level on defense…gave up three big plays as a result of effort,” Lilly said. “This will get better I assure you.” The coach did note improvement in most areas from the first scrimmage, and progress is what he’s looking for from his young squad. “We improved from scrim-

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Benedictine senior running back Corey Downey gained more than 900 yards last season and Coach Greg Lilly is looking for good things from him this year as well.

mage one to scrimmage two in The Cadets open the season several areas so that was a posi- at the Abby this Saturday in tive. We need to finish drives a 1 p.m. kickoff against The on offense,” he said. Avalon School of Maryland.

NASCAR’s Elliott Sadler takes flight at Oceana By Charlie Leffler cleffler@goochlandgazette.com

Virginia Beach— Even though NASCAR Nationwide driver Elliott Sadler likes to fly around the race track, he has never been enthusiastic about taking to the skies. But last week the Emporia native coped with those aviation trepidations to pay a visit to Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia Beach. Salder toured the base, hanger and control tower’s observation deck while spending time with sailors from Strike Fighter Squadron 81 the Sunliners, who are assigned to the aircraft carrier Carl Vinson. “Having Elliott Sadler here today is a chance for us to showcase the good that we do on a daily basis here at our squadron,” said Commander Richard Rivera. For Sadler it was a small way of giving back. “My dad was in the National Guard,” he told the sailors. “I

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Emporia native and NASCAR Nationwide points leader Elliott Sadler visited Naval Air Station Oceana last week.

have four cousins that right now are in the Army. So we grew up knowing how important the military is to our country and the protection of our freedoms.” Furthermore, Sadler voiced his pride in being part of a sport that continually pays tribute to service men and women across the country. “We recognize what this is all about and

you guys know if it was not for our men and women and having them protect our country, not only abroad but also here at home, we wouldn’t be able to do racing at all. “We understand the cost of freedom and why we’re getting to do races week-in and weekout,” Sadler said. Sadler expressed genuine interest in what the sailors do

on a day to day basis, interacting and asking questions. “I think that’s a common theme for the NASCAR folks. They seem very patriotic,” Rivera said. Sadler also got to take the control stick in a F/A 18E Hornet Flight Simulator. Despite his trepidations for flying, Sadler landed the jet on a simulated aircraft carrier on his first attempt. However, as a follow up the sailors suggested a night landing, which was similar to finding a firefly in a cave. Sadler understandably did not do so well. Yet, overall it was a day to remember. “It’s not every day you get to come here and see what they do behind the scenes,” Sadler said. “We sometimes as Americans take things for granted and I think we take freedom for granted sometimes. I don’t think we tell these men and women enough, ‘Thank you’ for what they’re doing, putting

their lives on the line.” Sadler’s visit also places further emphasis on the recent Congressional push to halt military sponsorship of NASCAR. In July, a House vote narrowly defeated a measure to stop such spending, 216-202. Sadler was emotional about the topic. “I think that’s- I don’t even know the right word right now,” he said. The estimated annual military budget of $80 million dollars spent on NASCAR sponsorship provides a recruiting tool for the armed forces, but Sadler says the impact goes far beyond recruiting. “To me there are a lot of men and women that have served in the military that might be retired from active duty that that’s their race car,” Sadler said. “That Army car is their car and that’s something that they can hang on to. They have fought the battle for freedom. They have been there and put their life on the line. They

have that car that they can root for…I think taking that away is not good for morale for these people that put their life on the line to support our country. “Maybe I’m biased because I’m part of NASCAR but I feel like we do a better job than any other sport of recognizing the military and men and women that support out country,” Sadler said. Furthermore, the idea of halting only the NASCAR portion of the recruiting budget is troublesome. “In the military, all branches advertise one way or the other,” Sadler said. “They have a huge budget and this is just a small portion of their budget for advertising.” While at Busch Gardens on Thursday, Ryan Newman, driver of the #39 Army Chevy added his two cents worth into the conversation. “It is what it is,” Newman said. “You don’t always understand politics- At least those of us who are rational about it.”


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Fifth Annual Farm Tour to showcase Goochland farms trained in hunter-jumping. market offers some of the finBrookview Farm, 854 est produce, meats, breads, wines, Are you looking for a fun, free Dover Road, Manakin-Sabot: cheeses, plants and farm crafts educational outing that everyproduced in Central Virginia. one in your family will enjoy? The Fishers have been pioIf so, then come join us for the neers in organic, sustainable Little Hawk Farm, 1625 fifth annual Farm Tour. This farming in the mid-Atlantic since Cardwell Road, Crozier: year’s Farm Tour will highlight establishing Brookview in 1981 local Goochland agri-businesses, as a grass-fed and finished- cattle Dr. Tom Newton and his including a dairy operation, a commercial farming operation. wife Jennifer live and work at sustainably produced beef farm, Family-owned and operated, Little Hawk Farm, a regionally specialized equestrian facilities, Brookview comprises over 300 renowned equine reproduction an alpaca farm as well as the acres of pasture on which cat- center. Dr. Newton has over Goochland Farmers Market. tle roam and graze exclusively thirty years of equine veterinary The free, self-guided tour will on grass and clover. Brookview experience and offers a full range be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. epitomizes the highest standards of equine reproductive servicon Saturday, Sept. 15, when six of environmental stewardship, es—including all three methunique agribusiness sites will be producing all organic products ods of breeding horses. Little open to the public. Operators without the use of pesticides, Hawk Farm has several barns will make presentations on the hormones and commercial fer- to accommodate outside mares, hour and the half-hour. tilizers. stallions, foaling stalls as well as The following farms will be a reproductive lab. There are featured: Goochland Farmer’s Market, also a number of award win2955 River Road West (Grace ning stallions on site, along with Applegarth Farm, 1225 Episcopal Church), Goochland: Sam-Mule, the friendly, resident Shallow Well Road, Manakin: Sicilian miniature donkey. Every Saturday morning Applegarth Farm is a horse from May through October, Suri Downs Alpacas, 2280 training and boarding opera- Goochland’s only all volunteer Camelback Road, Maidens: tion established in 2001. The and non-profit Farmer’s Market farm currently boards over is open from 8 a.m. until noon. In 2006, a chance encounter 25 horses, many of whom are Each week, this genuine country with a newspaper article extolContributed Report

ling the joys of alpacas prompted the Finchers to consider trading their Hollywood, Ca. lifestyles for a more rural way of life. Five years later, the couple moved to Maidens, Va. and established Suri Downs Alpacas. Together they raise over 30 friendly alpacas on their farm and currently have two crias (babies). The Center for Rural Culture will offer grilled local, organic, grassfed beef burgers provided by Brookview Farm as well hot dogs and veggie burgers with sides and a beverage. The luncheon will be held from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at beautiful, Brookview Farm, 854 Dover Road, Manakin-Sabot. The cost is $7 for adults and $5 for children 6 and under. All proceeds will benefit the Center for Rural Culture’s Education and Outreach Programs. Lunch reservations are required. Please call (804) 556-5873 or e-mail jddailey@ vt.edu with your meal preferences by Sep 13. Additionally, the Women of Grace Episcopal Church will have delicious

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The Goochland Farmer’s Market will be one stop on this year’s farm tour.

homemade baked goods for sale separately. A brochure that includes a map to the tour stops will shortly be available at county offices and retail locations in both Goochland and Powhatan counties later this month. Details are also avail-

able online at http://offices. ext.vt.edu/goochland. Tour sponsors include the Center for Rural Culture, the Goochland Office of Virginia Cooperative Extension, the Goochland County Farm Bureau and the Goochland Chamber of Commerce.

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Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services (GFCFS) would like to congratulate our two most recent recipients of the Indoor Pluming Rehab (IPR) program we administer. Two clients, both elderly, have lived their entire lives without indoor plumbing. Imagine! No indoor plumbing in Goochland County. In fact, it is estimated that over 90 homes in Goochland County do not have indoor water. Frank Young is one of the 2012 recipients of this outstanding program. Visually impaired, Young initially contacted GFCFS for help with firewood

in 2008. We were able, thanks to the Goochland Rotary Club, to deliver enough firewood to heat his home. Since then he has utilized the emergency home repair program and food pantry services. Young has lived without indoor plumbing his entire life – that’s 75 years without running water. Prior to moving into his newly built home he used a rope to get to the outhouse and to get buckets of water from the well. The IPR program requires that substandard homes be demolished. Young’s home was beyond repairs, we were able to tear down the existing most of us take for granted. Additionally, the new house was

built using the exact floor plan of his old house but with an actual bathroom. He no longer needs firewood, because he has a central heating unit and he is now able to have a washing machine for the first time in his life. Thanks to GFCFS’s Indoor Plumbing Rehab program, Young’s rope to the bathroom is much shorter! The IPR Program is a state grant administered by GFCFS. The purpose of this program is to provide indoor plumbing to low-to-moderate income homeowners. This program is available to low-to-moderate income Goochland residents who own their home but do

not have indoor plumbing or the waste disposal systems have failed. We will be starting on the 2013 contract in the next couple of months and expect to complete two additional homes. For additional information contact Heather Salmon at 556-6260 or hsalmon@ co.goochland.va.us. We also invite you to learn more on our website @ www. GoochlandFreeClinicAndFami lyServices.org and to join us for a Seeing is Believing tour. Contributed by Adair Conributed Photo Roper, Goochland Free Clinic The Indoor Plumbing Rehab program has furnished a client and Family Services Director of with an entirely new home with indoor plumbing. Development.


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Courthouse. The event is West for more information. open to the public, and all are Saturday, Sept. 15 For the next Brownbag welcome! For information, lunch meeting the Goochland contact Nancy Bowles, 434The Scottsville Lions Democratic Committee 589-8461. Club is presenting its Fourth welcomes Dr. Peter deFur, Wednesday, Sept. 5 Annual Crab Feast from 4-7 president and owner of p.m. Individual tickets are Environmental Stewardship Learning Microsoft Word $20, but you can bring chilConcepts, LLC, to the Goochland Library, at 12 at the Goochland Branch dren for an additional $5. The Library at 5:30 p.m. Learn menu includes; crab, shrimp, p.m. Dr. deFur serves as an formatting tips, how to edit beans, corn bread, cole slaw, Affiliate Associate Professor in documents, and how to use french fries, and hot dogs. Beer and Sodas are available the Center for Environmental templates. You must call (804) 556for a small additional fee. Studies at VCU, and holds At the Scottsville Pavilion a Ph.D in Biology from The 4774 or visit the library to University of Calgary. The sign up for this class. Call on Valley Street, right next to Library is located at 3075 River (804) 556-4774 or visit the the bridge over the James River. Road West, in Goochland library at 3075 River Road Reservations are necessary, call

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John Sykes at 434-987-5399, or at 3075 River Road West for email him at jsykes8043@aol. more information. com. Scottsville Lions Club Saturday, Oct. 13 Members also have tickets.

Thursday, Sept. 27 Dahlgren’s Raid and Civil War Letters at the Goochland Branch Library at 6:30 p.m. A story of military intrigue sets the stage for the recreation of Dahlgren’s Raid, accompanied by a reading of local wartime letters. Presented by Bruce Venter, America’s History (americashistoryllc.com/). Call 556-4774 or visit the library

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AGENDA 3:00 PM • INVOCATION • PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 1. Citizens’ Comment Period 2. Requests to Postpone Agenda Items and Additions, Deletions or Changes in the Order of Presentation 3. Approval of Minutes: August 7, 2012 4. Chairman’s Comments • Joint Board of Supervisor/School Board Member Town Hall Meetings: • District 1, October 15, 7P Byrd Elementary • District 2, October 20, 9A Goochland Recreation Center • District 3, October 11, 7P Company 5 Firehouse • District 4, October 24, 7P Company 3 Firehouse • District 5, October 25, 7P Company 1 Firehouse 5. Board Committee Reports 6. County Administrator’s Comments a. County Newsletter – Citizen Feedback b. Upcoming County Events 7. Reports a. Economic Development Update b. Community Development Update c. Treasurer d. VDOT e. Planning Commission Activity 8. New Business • Consent Items a. Accounts Payable b. Amendment of the FY2012-2013 General Fund Budget through the Appropriation of $44,906 in Department of Motor Vehicle Grant Funds 9. Resolution in Support of Boat Access Grant Application – Tucker Park at Maidens Landing 10. Consideration to Set for Public Hearing An Ordinance to Amend the Goochland County Code to Authorize the Use of Handguns for Hunting Purposes 11. Consideration to Set for Public Hearing A Resolution Granting a Limited Permit to Lifecare Medical Transports, Inc. to Operate Emergency Medical Services Vehicles in the County Originating from the HCA West Creek Emergency Center 12. Consideration of an Amendment to the Employee Handbook Authorizing Higher Maximum Annual Leave Carryover 13. Presentation on Conservation Easement Program 14. There are no Tentative Referrals to the Planning Commission for October 18, 2012 15. There are no Items from Planning and Zoning to Be Scheduled for Public Hearing on the Evening of October 2, 2012 16. Resolution Reducing the Size of the Goochland County Recreation Advisory Commission; Modifying the Duties of the Recreation Advisory Commission and Directing Changes to Recreation Advisory Commission Bylaws 17. Appointments 18. Closed Meeting Motion and Certification: For the purpose of consultation with legal

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS SUSAN F. LASCOLETTE, District 1 MANUEL ALVAREZ, JR., District 2 NED S. CREASEY, Chairman, District 3 ROBERT H. MINNICK, District 4 KEN C. PETERSON, Vice-Chairman, District 5

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counsel regarding specific legal matters requiring the provision of legal advice relating to meetings of the Board of Supervisors, as permitted by Section 2.2-3711(A)(7) of the Code of Virginia. Certification: Pursuant to Section 2.2-3712(D) of the Code of Virginia. 19. Dinner with the County’s Legislative Delegation and School Board at the Goochland Branch Library, 3075 River Road West, Goochland at 5:00 p.m. – (see attached agenda) 7:00 PM 20. Chairman Calls Meeting Back To Order 21. Citizens’ Comment Period 22. Resolution Recognizing September 2012 as Workforce Development Month 23. Public Hearings a. District 5 CU-1987-00009 Application filed by Louise Hanscom requesting an extension of a Conditional Use Permit to teach horse riding lessons on Assessor’s Parcel Nos. 57-19-A (GPIN 7706-12-7990) and 57-19-B (GPIN 7706-22-2833) located at 1381 Millers Lane. The property is zoned Agricultural, Limited (A-2). Horse boarding and breeding stables area are allowed by right; however, a horse riding stable requires a Conditional Use Permit as required by Article 3, Section 3.2 of the Zoning Ordinance. The subject property is located in a Rural Enhancement Area in the Comprehensive Plan. b. District 5 CU-2007-00007 Application filed by Markel Properties, LLC and Richmond Strikers Soccer Club requesting an extension of a Conditional Use Permit to use soccer fields for practice, games, and tournaments for youth soccer on Assessor’s Parcel No. 64-20-0-4-0 (GPIN 7724-66-5442) located at the southeastern corner of Route 288 and West Creek Parkway in the West Creek Business Park. The subject property is zoned Industrial, Limited (M-1). A Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 18, Section 3.11 of the Zoning Ordinance. The subject property is designated West Creek in the Comprehensive Plan. c. Countywide Ordinance Amendment to Amend Article 25 (“Administration and Enforcement”) Section 13 (“Same; petition for review of decision”) of the Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to provide that in instances in which decisions of the Zoning Administrator are reviewed by the governing body, the governing body’s decision shall be appealable to the circuit court (Amendment Required by State Law). d. Countywide Ordinance Amendment to Amend Article 26 (“Board of Zoning Appeals”) Section 10 (“Procedure on application and appeal”) of the Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to provide that if a vote of the local board of zoning appeals results in a tie vote, the person filing an appeal may have the matter carried over until the next meeting (Amendment Required by State Law). e. Ordinance to Amend the Goochland County Code, Chapter 5.5 (“Fees and Taxes”) by Amending Section 5.5-20 and Chapter 9 (“Motor Vehicles and Traffic”) by Amending Section 9-11 (“Parades and processions generally”) to provide regulations for Parades and Processions and to Set the Associated Permit Fee.

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f. Ordinance to Amend the Goochland County Code, Chapter 5.5 (“Fees and Taxes”) by adding Section 5.5-31 (“Emergency Medical Services”), and Chapter 6 (“Fire Prevention and Protection”) by adding Division 2 (“Emergency Medical Services Transport Revenue Recovery Program”) Sections 6-120 (“Purpose”), 6-121 (“Definitions”) and 6-122 (“Fees; Billing; Collections”) to Implement the County’s Emergency Medical Services Transport Revenue Recovery Program and to Adopt Fees Regarding the Same. 24. Authorization for County Administrator to Execute an Existing Cooperative Contract with MED3000 for Emergency Medical Service Transport Billing Services 25. Other Business 26. Adjournment: The Board will adjourn to Tuesday, October 2, 2012 This is a draft agenda only and is subject to change

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