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Planning Commission working on Dark Sky ordinance for county By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

District 2 Planning Commissioner Ty Querry said a vacation trip last year brought home to him the need for a lighting ordinance in Goochland. Querry said he and his two sons saw the Milky Way in a more primitive environment at Arches National Park in Utah. His boys wanted to know why it didn’t appear that way at home in Goochland.

“What are you going to do about it,” asked one of his sons, he recalled. Goochland has no current lighting ordinance, said Querry, although neighboring Powhatan and many other Virginia localities do. “We don’t want to be the light police,” quipped Querry in an interview last week. But he does want to see Goochland adopt an ordinance that will help the county retain its rural character while making clearsee Light > page 5

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Shopper Sandy Oglesby chats with Byrd Farms owner Philip Stoneman, left, and Pedro Rodriguez at the Farmers Market at Grace Episcopal Church last Saturday morning. Oglesby said she is a regular at the market.

Markets winding up their seasons By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Goochland’s two farmers markets are winding up their season, with just another week to go in the case of the Farmers Market at Grace Episcopal Church in the Courthouse and two more weeks for My Manakin Market at

Centerville. By all accounts, the season has been a successful one. Last Saturday nippy weather did not stop shoppers from dropping in at the Farmers Market at Grace Episcopal. Sandy Oglesby and her husband were shopping at Byrd Farms tent, where owner Philip Stoneman had a

variety of produce for sale. “We’re here every weekend,” said Oglesby, who lives in nearby Holland Hills.“We’re glad to have it back out here at the church.” Over in Centerville, My Manakin market operator Lisa Dearden said see Markets > page 5

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Byrd Elementary School Principal James F. Hopkins outlines plans to improve his school at last week’s School Board meeting. All three elementary school principals made “state of the school presentations.”

Goochland schools fare well in VDOE report By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

The Goochland County School Division was one of 34 divisions that met all federal annual measureable objectives (AMOs) in reading and mathematics, in a report released by the Virginia Department of Education last week. Ninety-eight divisions did not and 485 schools were directed to develop plans to raise the achievement of student subgroups that did fell short of the federal benchmarks. “We are very proud that Goochland is one of only 34 Virginia school divisions (out of 132) that had all of their schools meet or exceed state standards this year. It is a huge testament to the teachers and administrators who are dedicated to the success of all students,” said School Board

Chairwoman Beth Hardy. But Hardy said SOLs were only one measure of success and are the “minimum of what is expected,” adding that the School Board and administration are “working towards developing a more effective way to assess student growth in Goochland schools.” At last week’s School Board meeting, Assistant Superintendent of Instruction Dr. Stephen A. Geyer delivered another assessment of how county schools rate, as he presented a number of charts showing how Goochland schools compare with others in SOL success rates. For instance, Goochland ranked first in the region in its reading pass rate (94 percent) and second in math (74 percent). The region includes schools in eight other divisions, inlcuding Powhatan, Henrico, Hanover and Richmond City. In a comparison with divi-

sions that spent virtually the same amount per student, Goochland again ranked first in reading and second in math. In a comparison with school divisions with the highest per pupil funding, some of which spend nearly twice as much as Goochland does per student, the county ranked second in reading and third in math. District 1 School Board Member Michael Payne reacted positively to the presentation. “I think it would be a big boost to confidence and a boost to economic development,” he said of the schools’ performance and suggested the reasult be shared with the Board of Supervisors. Later in the meeting each of the three elementary school principals gave their “state of the schools” presentations, focusing on their strategies to improve their schools.

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Despite a low turnout, last week’s District 3 joint town hall meeting drew rave reviews from Goochland County residents and officials. “I think it went very well,” District 3 Supervisor and Board Chairman Ned S. Creasey said of Thursday’s meeting, which was the first of five scheduled meetings that feature the supervisor and school board member for each county magisterial district. “These people are very interested in things going on in the county,” Creasey added. “I just wish more citizens would have been here and I think because of the [vice presidential] debate tonight and everything that people were lying out. We heard some of the input on some of the changes they might want and we were able to give them a fairly good report on how things have

changed.” Roughly 25 people – about half residents and half county officials – attended the nearly two-hour meeting at the Company 5 Firehouse on Fairground Road. County Administrator Rebecca T. Dickson used slides to show the public “a report card” of what the Board of Supervisors has been working on and what issues it plans to address in the future. Likewise, District 3 School Board member John Lumpkins and newly-appointed Superintendent Dr. James F. Lane did the same for the school system. Dickson’s presentation featured progress and goals in six target areas for the county: to be well-managed and financially sound; provide an excellent quality of life and a safe and secure community; be customer focused; and develop a strong and diverse economy. The supervisors have pro-

posed a plan that would reduce debt service payments over the next 23 years. Dickson noted that the county ended fiscal 2012 with a surplus. Under quality of life, the school system has received increased funding and the county is examining how best to promote and protect the James River. The supervisors have approved “Code Red” – a notification system that residents can register with to receive emergency information, Dickson said. Going forward, one of the county’s top priorities will be increased staff training, Dickson added. Planning for water access also will be critical, she said. “Water will be one of the number one things that people will be fighting over [in the coming years],” Dickson said. Funding has been approved for replacing the Company 6 see Town Hall > page 14

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Boody Oeid holds a giant bag of turnips he and his mother bought at My Manakin Market last Saturday morning.

Markets continued from > 1 her season had been a successful one. ‘We’ve averaged 30 vendors a week,” said Dearden, who added that her Special Events Coordinator Beth Hopkins had a different theme for each week.

Light continued from > page 1 what lighting regulations prospective businesses would have to comply with. “Right now it’s a gamble for them,” he said. “We need to give them more of a defined goal.” Querry is chairman of what he called the Dark Sky subcommittee of the Planning Commission. Along with fellow planning commissioners and sub committee members Courtney Hyers, Chairwoman from District 5 and at-large commissioner Tom Rockecharlie, they have been meeting for several months to draft an ordinance to provide guidance to builders on light pollution. Citizen volunteers Pat Hendy and John Lewis have also had input into their meetings.

“This is pretty nice on a fall morning,” said Heather Jeffrey, who was sampling wine at Grayhaven Winery’s tent with Toni Gregory pouring. Both markets are open this Saturday. For more information, go to their respective web sites at www.chiknegg.com and www. goochlandmarket.org. The subcommittee will make its report to the planning commissioners at the Oct. 18 meeting. Five public hearings are also scheduled for the session, including a second hearing on Andrew Dykers’ request for a conditional use permit to operate a sporting clays range on his property at Orapax on Route 6 west of the Courthouse. Public hearings are also scheduled on the county’s request for conditional use permits to construct radio towers on Dogtown and Creekmore Roads to support new frequencies for radio and public safety communications for the county. The evening’s agenda can be seen on the Planning Commission page of the county’s website at http://www.co.goochland. va.us/Departments/ Departments(GZ)/ PlanningCommission.aspx.

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Reverend Rhonda Baker of Grace Episcopal Church gives The Blessing of the Animals to nearly 20 local dogs and cats. This is annual event held every October by Grace Church which has been doing God’s Work in Goochland since 1876. For more information, please visit gracechurchgoochland.org or on Facebook. Contributed Photo

There’s another big matchup this fall More important than who wins the World Series is that other big contest coming up this fall. That’s who will triumph in the Nov. 6 presidential election, which is spawning more letters to the editor these days, which gives us the opportunity to remind readers to make sure they sign their letters to us and include their address and a daytime phone number. Also helpful would be a measure of restraint in the length of letters so we are able to run more of them. Remember, most of us can’t hold more than a couple of thoughts in our brains at the same time, so keep it simple and direct. We look forward to hearing from you. -Ken Odor

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The boys of summer Play deep into the fall these days, what with the expanded baseball leagues and more playoff games. The long, long season makes me remember when the American and National Leagues each had only eight teams apiece and the season ended a lot sooner. They only played 154 games back then, as opposed to 162 nowadays. Then came the World Series and it was all over in seven games if it went all the way. In 1955, when the Brooklyn Dodgers beat the Yankees in the World Series, they played the first game on Sept. 28. I remember that series because it was the only time during the ‘50s that the Dodgers managed to beat the Yankees during several matchups. They played seven games in seven days and the post-season was over. No need for any travel time – it was another of the “subway series” that involved either the Dodgers or the New York Giants and the Yankees during that period when the Yankees were so dominant. This year the Yankees could be in trouble, down two games in the league championship series and facing Goochland’s own Justin Verlander in game three in Detroit. I guess it’s all for the good, having more playoff games for the fans to watch, more com-

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Letters to the Editor Obama’s policies leading to destruction Without a doubt Dr. Bowles is out of touch with reality. President Obama’s principles and policies are leading us on a path of destruction and destroying the heart of America. Howard Mayo Columbia Editor’s Note: Dr. James H. Bowles Sr. wrote a letter printed in the Oct. 11, 2012 edition of the Gazette supporting President Obama.

Give my president time to finish It is becoming apparent that despite the denials coming from members of the GOP and their candidate, Mitt Romney, the policies of the Obama administration have begun to pay off and the economy is showing signs of recovery. Since our president took office, many positive changes have occurred. These include the following: The unemployment rate has fallen to its

lowest level since January 2008, the housing market is surging back in many areas around the country, people whose children are 26 years old and younger can be added to their parents’ health insurance policies, people can’t be turned down for health insurance due to pre-existing conditions, our troops are winding down long wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Osama bin Laden and other Al Qaida leaders have been assassinated, the auto industry has made a strong comeback, “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” was repealed, banks are no longer able to make as many risky investment decisions at our expense, veterans’ support has been strengthened, and sanctions have been tightened on Iran. And despite Republicans’ best efforts to derail everything Obama has tried to accomplish, these aren’t all of the positive things that have occurred. On a personal note, since 2008 my retirement funds have surged back along with the stock market and my husband, an electrician, has been working more steadily than he has in years. We, as are many of our friends and family members, have seen improvements that can ultimately affect every American in some way or another.

With so many positives going on, it is impossible to understand why the opposition refuses to admit that things are changing for the better. No politician could have done more, particularly with a recalcitrant Republican majority in Congress, and none could have reversed the longstanding problems our country faced overnight. I plan to give my president time to finish what he began and will proudly vote for Barack Obama again. Please look past the GOP’s lies, myths, and desperate measures and see that the country truly is better off than it was four years ago. Debra Markel Manakin-Sabot

There is no defense for ‘Benghazigate’ In the most recent letters to the editor were several dealing with politics. No doubt the writers of these letters were expressing their views as to some of the key points one needs to consider in deciding who to vote for and hopesee Letters > page 8


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Letters continued from > page 6 fully represent you. I am currently am an Independent and have supported people from different parties based on their qualifications, not

simply party affiliations, though the latter is important. There is talk of values being important and I agree they are key parts of any decision making. Religion has no place in this process though the values they espouse may. We’ve heard many

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of the candidates speak and seen their ads but we have also seen the actions of our current administration in Washington and I am dismayed. Not since Watergate have I seen such disgraceful disregard for what I thought were our values as evidenced in the everwidening debacle of what may be called Benghazigate. I listened to the Congressional Oversight Committee’s hearings and the facts and timelines provide irrefutable proof of both poor judgment and an attempt to cover up both political and on the ground mistakes that resulted in the deaths of four Americans. Concern was raised that Republican budget cuts had an impact on the catastrophe that unfolded; this was directly refuted at the hearings by the government folks that made the calls on not providing the additional security requested. I can understand people

making judgment errors, we all do, but the reasons for their decisions were more political than based on real world concerns and then to lie to us about all of this in a way that disrespects our intelligence is beyond the pale. I can say that no candidate up for election or re-election holds positions that I fully embrace but the current behaviors of our elected officials in Washington responsible for trying to pull the wool over our eyes only deserves complete and utter rebuke. The only rebuke that means anything is to vote them out of office. There is no defense for the indefensible. Imagine yourself as a family member of one of the murdered Americans hearing the administration blatantly continuing the lie over the returning coffins of their loved ones.

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Ladies and gentlemen of Goochland County, you can not tell me there is no reasonable solution to whether or not Orapax can have a trap shooting facility on their 800 acres of property. My neighbor made the comment that if you can’t shoot on 800 acres where can you shoot. There was a letter to the editor that someone wrote which said what part of the word “NO� does Orapax not understand, this attitude is what prompted me to write in. This attitude of NO is what is so very pervasive in our nation’s capital, the attitude of it’s my way or no way. Nothing constructive gets done, all sides are angry and Richard Carchman frustrated. Let’s be an examColumbia ple to the rest of the country, and show what the citizens of Goochland County can do. I say all interested parties sit down with the county officials and hammer out a compromise. I know compromise is a dirty word in this age of my was or the highway, but lets

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give it a shot.(no pun intended) One idea would be Orapax could shoot on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 9am and 5pm,that way most people are at work. If you are retired and home between those hours and the sound bothers you, maybe you could take that time to visit the VA hospital and read to blind soldiers. I am sure there are many solutions to this problem if we are all willing to give a little. Luke 6:38 says give and it shall be given unto you. Good advice I would say, wouldn’t you? Mark S. Cornell Kents Store

Orapax sign issue unclear We are writing in response to the letter written by Ms. Melanie Morris regarding a No Sporting Clays in Our Neighborhood sign placed in her yard without permission. The neighborhood group fighting this permit application is very meticulous in issuing signs only upon the request of property owners. Ms. Morris omitted her physical address with her letter to the Gazette. Neighbors have been trying to find her to clarify this situation. Perhaps one of the many signs stolen was placed in her yard as a nuisance. They could not find her as a registered property owner. They checked with owners of rental property and could not find her as a renter. The signs represent a very real, albeit see Letters > page 9

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Letters continued from > page 8 quiet, message to county planners, supervisors and administrators expressing an extreme objection to the issuance of this conditional use permit. They are a heartfelt plea to save the peace of our homes and neighborhoods. No one wants any confusion or misunderstanding about this very important message. Also, no one in this group would intentionally treat any neighbor with a lack of respect. We hope Ms. Morris will come forward to either the Gazette or to peacengoochland@hotmail.com with her address so that someone can contact her and resolve this issue to her satisfaction. We wholeheartedly support the peace in Goochland movement as it carries on this fight for all of us. If the precedent of approving this permit is established in Goochland despite overwhelming neighborhood

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disapproval, then which of our well together, which is a refreshing sight to see in politics these neighborhoods will be next? days. It is nice to know that if you Ed and Claudia Lawton Goochland elect people, they will actually do the job you elected them to do! Thank you to each and every That’s why we County Supervisor for your elected them hard and honest work. I would like to express my gratitude to the Board of Rose Vrabel Supervisors for voting to refund Manakin-Sabot the annual debt of the TCSD, thereby reducing millions of tax It’s clear Tim Kaine payer dollars in the long run. Keepingtheadvaloremtaxlow won Senate debate Tim Kaine and George also reduces the burden on certain districts, and benefits the county Allen debated last week on as a whole. With the present debt, national television. In my book, some homeowners could eventu- Tim Kaine was the clear winner. He answered the questions ally have been taxed beyond their ability to stay in their homes. succinctly and clearly and enunI also appreciate that progress ciated a vision of a reasoned, balis being made on establishing anced, bi-partisan response to the internet access in the western challenges facing our country. His part of the county. I often hear mastery of the facts was obviother county residents asking ous fed by his unassuming intelwhen they will have cable. Good ligence. He has paid his dues as news, they are working on it. It appears that these Goochland Supervisors can, and do work see Letters > page 10

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a member of Trinity Episcopal Church in Highland Springs. The family received friends at Nelsen Funeral Home 4650 S. Laburnum Ave., Richmond, Va. 23231. A funeral service was held Friday, October 12, 2012 at Trinity Episcopal Church, 501 West 9 Mile Road, Highland Springs, Va. 23075. Interment followed in Washington Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Trinity Episcopal Church.

www.goochlandgazette.com Leitch Catherine Marsh “Cat,” Leitch, 58, of Glen Allen, went to be with the Lord Thursday, October 4, 2012. She was the daughter of the late Walter and Darden Marsh; and is survived by her loving husband of 23 years, Rodger A. Leitch; daughter, Christine Garten and husband, Jimmy; two grandchildren, Darden and Liam Garten; and many

friends. Cat was an avid bowler and moviegoer. She enjoyed dancing and feeding the ducks, and most of all, she loved her grandchildren. She was a member of the Breast Cancer Survivors Group and the Goochland American Legion Post #215. A graveside ceremony was held 3 p.m. Saturday at Greenwood Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by Bliley’s.

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Goochland County Parks, Recreation, and Facilities Management is excited to bring back Winter League Basketball! League play doesn’t begin until January, but our registration deadline of November 16th is fast approaching!

After last year’s successful initial season, winter basketball will again be run by Everything Basketball, an organization that prides itself on teaching young people to be better citizens through basketball activities. All programs will run at the Goochland Sports Complex gym, also known as the Old

High School. Three different age groups will be offered this year. Participants ages 4 through 7 will be grouped with the “Mighty Mites,” who will have games beginning Friday night, January 4th. The cost to participate in Mighty Mites is $55 for the 8-week season. The Youth Basketball divi-

to his talking points and unfortunately for the viewing and voting public, the moderator has neither the guts, nor I suppose the power to call the candidate out of order when he completely ducks the question. So what did we hear instead from George Allen? We heard cut taxes, cut regulation, and what I would paraphrase as the familiar “drill baby drill” (and the environment be damned). This is what we tried under President George W. Bush, and look where it got us: tax cuts that squandered federal government surpluses “as far as the eye could see,” and an anti-regulation environment that led to the fiscal meltdown in 2008. As Tim Kaine pointed out, George Allen was a U.S. Senator when all this was taking place and voted for all the tax cuts (and pay increases for Senators) that have brought our country to the fiscal cliff. It’s pretty clear who won the debate last week. It is equally clear who will make the better

Senator for Virginia: Tim Kaine. time and equipment for many Let’s send him to the Senate to worthwhile projects. join our Senator Mark Warner Andrew J. Donnelly to reach “across the aisle” to find Manakin-Sabot solutions for our problems, not ongoing confrontations.

sion is for participants ages 8 through 12, with a cost of $75 for the 10-week season. In this league, competitive play is introduced with an emphasis on enhanced basketball skill and teamwork. The Junior Basketball Division is for our oldest group of players, ages 13 through 17, with see Basketball > page 13

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Letters continued from > page 9 mayor of Richmond, Lieutenant Governor and then Governor of Virginia where he had to face hard choices in order to cut state spending by $5 billion when the recession hit on his watch. He respects and knows how to work with members of both political parties, unlike his opponent who belittled efforts of Senator Mark Warner and the “gang of 6” to find bipartisan solutions. George Allen, on the other, hand mostly dodged the questions. In particular, I recall he didn’t begin to answer the direct question posed to him, “Did you support the ultrasound examination of women considering an abortion passed by Virginia’s (Republican dominated) General Assembly.” Similarly, he had no answer for the question about a solution to our fiscal crisis that could avoid the fiscal “cliff” looming early next year. Instead George Allen shifted

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Thanks for help with Dahlgren Raid I had the pleasure of assisting Mr. Jim Fields and his wife Jean, owners of the Townsend Water Co., during the recent reenactment of Dahlgren’s Raid. For three days and at their own expense, they provided a driver, truck and tanker containing 5,600 gallons of potable water for the 70 plus troops and their horses. The water itself was provided by the County. Goochland can be proud of citizens like Jim and Jean Fields who give freely of their

In difficult times there is help To all my brothers and sisters in the community and afar who may be going through trials and tribulations: Keep the faith, pray and believe. If you pray honestly from the heart, our Savior will give you the answers you seek. Leave room for faith and shut the door on doubts. May I suggest you read: Emergency Management for the Soul by Rev. Bridget L. Trent, Because He Lives, You Can Face Tomorrow by Johanna Tyler Davis and 2 Chronicles 20:20 Gloria Shelton Gim Sping


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FeedMore celebrates 45 years of service On Oct. 16, FeedMore’s Meals on Wheels program will celebrate an important milestone – 45 years to the day of its first delivery in Central Virginia.

River Road (Route 650) Bridge Maintenance Goochland County Willingness to Hold a Public Hearing The Virginia Department of Transportation is proposing to repair the substructure, superstructure and resurface the deck of the bridge over Tuckahoe Creek to provide an improved riding surface. Review project information and the environmental documentation at VDOT’s Richmond District office located at 2430 Pine Forest Drive in Colonial Heights, 804-524-6000, 1-800-367-7623, TTY/TDD 711. Please call ahead to ensure the availability of appropriate personnel to answer your questions. If your concerns cannot be satisfied, VDOT is willing to hold a public hearing. You may request that a public hearing be held by sending a written request to Charles Ledford, P.E., Project Manager, Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond District, 2430 Pine Forest Drive, Colonial Heights, VA 23834-9002 on or prior to October 29, 2012. If a request for a public hearing is received, notice of the date, time and place of the hearing will be posted.

That first delivery occurred on October 16, 1967, when then Richmond mayor Morrill Crowe and his wife Katheryne delivered meals to eight Richmond residents a delivery nine years in the making. In November 1958, representatives from the Beth Shalom Home for Aging met with the Richmond Council of Women’s Organizations and discussed how Meals on Wheels programs were starting in several locations across the country. After an eightyear study, the Richmond Section of the National Council of Jewish Women agrees to sponsor a local program for three years, and Meals on Wheels is born. “FeedMore’s Meals on Wheels had humble beginnings,” said Jeff Baldwin, FeedMore’s Media and Public Relations Manager. “In 1967, our service area consisted of eight meals a day delivered from one 20square-mile route.” That first year, 2,500 meals were delivered to Richmond’s homebound population, and in the 45 years since, well over

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5.2 million meals have been delivered. “We have grown leaps and bounds, but our mission remains the same: to provide daily, home-delivered meals to our neighbors who are homebound and cannot shop or cook for themselves.” The service area has grown to an area consisting of 3,000 square miles and includes 92 routes in 14 localities: Richmond, Henrico, Chesterfield,

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The Goochland County office of Virginia Cooperative Extension is your local connection to Virginia landgrant universities, Virginia Tech and Virginia State University. The staff at the Extension office has been working hard to offer quality education programs in the following program areas of agriculture, horticulture and 4-H youth development. We hope that you will be able to join us for the following fall programs. Farm Tax Workshop: Farmers and ranchers, and accountants working with farmers and ranchers are encouraged to attend these educational sessions: • Intro to Income and Self

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Employment Tax Issues for Farmers and Ranchers • Tax Issues for selling and Repurchasing Livestock due to Weather Conditions • Tax Treatment of Government Payments: Federal and State Three Monday Sessions: October 29, Nov. 5 and 12 7—8 p.m. in the Goochland County Administration Building, Board Room Free, but there is an optional $10 fee for Binder with over 100 pages of information and documents related to farm taxes. •Composting & Vermiculture Workshop Start recycling kitchen and yard waste. Learn various composting methods including composting with worms (vermiculture). Start composting with worms in

October and have your first batch of compost ready for spring planting. Pre-registration is required Cost - $40 Saturday, October 20th, 9am – noon Goochland County Parks, Recreation and Facilities Management Complex • Ready, Set, Action! (ages 11-13) This six week series will teach you everything you need to know about filmmaking. You will learn how to plan, design a storyboard, aspects of filming and edition then you will create your own film to showcase at the Clover Film Festival scheduled for January. Cost - $10, Tuesdays, October 30– December 4, 3:30 to 5 p.m. Goochland County Parks, Recreation & Facilities Management Complex

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Basketball continued from > page 10 a cost of $85 for the 10-week season. Both the Youth and Junior divisions will have one practice time during the week, and games will be played on Saturdays. Co-ed participation is encouraged in all of our age groups! We are in need of volunteer coaches! Anyone interested in

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coaching can download and fill out the coaches application online at www.everythingbasketball.org. A coaches clinic will also be announced closer to the start of the season, and this will be free of charge to all those who sign up to coach our winter league. The initial deadline for registration is Friday, November 9th, and the late registration deadline is Friday, November

16th and will include an additional fee of $7, so be sure to sign up soon! For more information, contact the Recreation Division at (804) 556-5854. Registration is available online at www. co.goochland.va.us, by mail to 1800 Sandy Hook Road, Goochland, VA 23063, by fax to (804) 556-2763, or in office. We look forward to seeing you on the court!

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Fire Station and the county is in the process of looking for a new location, Dickson said. Dickson said the Courthouse Village area “is a jewel,” but added that planning needs to be done to ensure that future development does not infringe on its character. During the schools presentation, Lumpkins said Goochland consistently ranks in the top three in math and history scores on Standards of Learning (SOL) tests when compared with other school systems in the region and similar school districts statewide.

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Dr. James F. Lane, newly-appointed Superintendent of Goochland County Public Schools, addresses residents who attended last week’s District 3 joint town hall meeting.

The county also is placing more of an emphasis on a program called STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Math – Lumpkins said. The school system needs to develop a capital improvement plan that incorporates upgrades to elementary schools, Lumpkins added. Lane, who is superintendent of schools for Middlesex County, said he will begin work in Goochland on Dec. 12, but added that he doesn’t plan on making wholesale changes. . Lane said his goal is to “preserve the things that make Goochland great [and] really try to just make this the best place possible.” Following the presentations, Dickson and Lane fielded questions and suggestions from residents on issues such as placing a greater emphasis in schools on the arts and volunteerism, road maintenance and the impact that proposed shooting ranges at the Orapax Hunting Preserve on River Road could have on the quality of life.

In addition to possibly affecting property values, residents raised concerns about lead from the shooting ranges contaminating the James River and increased noise levels. “I would really like to maintain the peace and quiet,” said Dr. Joanne Baldwin, an area veterinarian who said she moved from Henrico to Goochland because of its tranquility. Dickson said a sound study has been requested. She also said that “a lot of people” who attended a recent public hearing were in support of the proposed shooting ranges and that last Thursday’s joint town hall meeting was not the proper forum to hold an impromptu public hearing on the issue. For Baldwin, the joint town hall meeting was a positive experience. “This is the first time I’ve been to one of these meetings,” she said. “I think it’s a very good idea. I love the idea of transparency. I love the idea of open communication and I

think that makes for a much healthier government and a much more satisfied community.” Claudia Lawton, who attended the meeting with her husband, Ed, agreed. “I mean I think this was a great venue and I hope that we can get more and more people out to participate,” she said. Lumpkins said he was “very pleased” with how the meeting went. Dickson and Lane spoke in a similar vein. “I think it was great just having the ability to discuss and banter back and forth with the citizens and just hear their thoughts,” Dickson said. Lane concurred. “I was just glad to meet the community,” he said. “I thought it went really well. I thought we got great feedback and a lot of positive momentum clearly going on in the schools and I just want to continue that.” For dates, times and locations of other joint town hall meetings, visit the county’s web site at www.co.goochland.va.us and go to Public Notices.


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Festival from 11a.m. to 3 p.m. on the church grounds 555 River Road West (Rt. 6) Manakin-Sabot, Please come and bring your favorite pet(s) to meet our special guest, Kat Simons of Lite98 Radio, and representatives from several pet adoption agencies. Pet Parade and animal blessing ceremony 1 p.m. Special treats for “All Creatures Great and Small” and their owners. Contests for Cutest, Largest, Smallest and Most Unusual pet. We are on the south side of Rt. 6 where it changes from 4 to 2 lanes, 2.5 miles west of Rt. 288. www. StLukesRichmond.org or 804784-6190 or for more information.

Information call 804-7494842.

Jerusalem Baptist Church Presents An Evening of Appreciation for The Coles Sisters of Rockville, VA. At 5 p.m. Several guest singing groups will be there. 994 Three Chopt Road- Manakin-Sabot, St. Luke’s Angilican Church VA. 23103. Program sponsored annual Blessing of the Animals by JBC Scholarship Ministry.

The Shady Grove United Methodist Women Bazaar and Craft Show from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 8209 Shady Grove Road. The event will feature a Country Store, Silent Auction, Bake Sale, Brunswick Stew Sale, and the Hanover Humane

Friday, Oct. 19 Free movie night, 7 p.m. at Ragland Memorial Baptist Church, 2838 Sandy Hook Road. October Baby will be shown. Saturday, Oct. 20 Alpha Epsilon Chapter DKG Annual Yard Sale, from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 3048 River Road W. Goochland Courthouse area. Proceeds will benefit the Brenda Simms Teacher Incentive Grant and educational programs in the Goochland Co. Public Schools. Call Sandra Barkley, 804-556-6370 for more information.

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Huge Yard Sale at Grace Church from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the heart of Goochland Courthouse at 2955 River Road West. All proceeds benefit Grace Church’s ministry in Goochland County.

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Leave Them in the Dust! The Salem 5K for Goochland Young Life. Starting at 9 a.m. at Goochland High School. The 5K Route is somewhat rolling through Bulldog Way and Holland Hills Subdivision. Registration $35 (through 8:30 a.m. on race day). Students in high school or younger can register for $15. Benefitting a high school ministry that serves Goochland High School and our community. Register online at http://salem5k.org. For more information, call 804-784-4171 or email info@ salembaptistchurch.info.

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CULPEPER, 12 PM Culpeper Depot 109 Commerce St.

Mineral, 2 PM Walton Park E. 5th St.

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GLEN ALLEN, 7 PM Glen Allen Cultural Arts Center 2880 Mountain Rd.

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SPORTS: Youth, High School, College, Recreational, Professional

Bulldogs fine tune against JRD teams By Jim Ridolphi Special Correspondent

There was only one way Goochland could lose last week’s district match up with Cumberland, and that would have to involve self inflicted wounds. The visitors almost obliged and forfeited two first downs via the penalty route on the Dukes first drive of the game. Problem was, even with the assistance, Cumberland couldn’t capitalize, not realizing it would be one of their best and only chances of the night. After that initial opening drive, it was all downhill for the home-standing Dukes, with Goochland prevailing by a 62 - 14 score. On Goochland’s first possession, Nathan Maddox galloped 56 yards for a touchdown, giving the Bulldogs an early 7-0 lead. After the early jitters on the first drive, the Goochland defense settled and made life difficult for Duke quarterback Rose. With a little more than eight minutes remaining, Jordan Jefferson got his third interception of the year, setting

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Goochland fullback Nathan Mattox carried three times for 77 yards and two TD’s in the Bulldogs’ 62-14 win.

the Bulldogs up on the Dukes 36-yard line. The Bulldogs capitalized on the Duke mistake when David Dyer scored on a three-yard plunge with six minutes still remaining in the first period. After a short punt by the Dukes, Goochland was knocking on the door again, and Nathan Mattox got his second score with an 11-yard run. After a Cumberland quarterback change, substitute Bo Winbush was picked off by Mason Engel and the Bulldogs

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took over on the Dukes 25yard line. Mitchell Brice scored his sixth TD of the season on a 15-yard run and the Bulldogs were up 28-0 with a minute remaining in the opening quarter. Mason Engel opened the second quarter with a 22-yard touchdown run that gave the Bulldogs a 34-0 advantage. The Dukes finally reached the end zone on a TJ Ford 41yard run, and converted on the two-point attempt to make the score 34-8. The Bulldogs quickly answered that score when Reid Chenault found Brice for a 33yard touchdown pass and the visitors were up 41-8 at the break. Connor Saunders put his name on the scoring summary early in the first half with 66 yard down the sidelines for a score. Junior Gino Faulkner and freshman Markell Cooley added scores in the final period, and Duke quarterback EJ Rose scored for Cumberland, making the final score 62-14. “We played well in all phases of the game. We were able to execute on offense and we flew

around on defense,” coach Joe Fowler said after the game. The Bulldogs are on a tear through the early James River District schedule, but the bigger dogs are waiting down the road, and Fowler knows it. “We are still a major work in progress because I don’t think we are close to where we can be yet. We still make too many mental mistakes that are preventing us from dominating our opponents,” he said. The coach is pleased with the progression of the passing game, and said continuing that improvement will prove vital weeks down the road. “We will need to be able to pass the ball effectively in order to make a deep run in the playoffs,” he said. “If we can’t pass, teams are going to pack he box and out number us in the run game. But if we can keep them honest, our running game is going to give people a lot of trouble.” The team travels to Randolph Henry next week for a JRD game that again, should result in a victory. “The biggest challenge for next week is going to be keeping our focus against an opponent that we should beat. We need to focus on doing the little things right even though we can probably get away with playing an imperfect game.” GOOCHLAND 62, CUMBERLAND 14 G — Mattox 56 run (Marria kick) G — Dyer 3 run (Marria kick) G — Mattox 10 run (Marria kick) G — Brice 2 run (kick failed) G — Engel 22 run (Gordon kick) C — Ford 22 run (Winbush pass from Brooks) G — Brice 33 pass from Chenault (Marria kick) G — Saunders 71 run (Gordon kick) G — Faulkner 3 run (Marria kick) C — Rose 10 run (pass failed) G — Cooley 36 run (Gordon kick)

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Collegiate girls best St. Catherine’s in tennis By Arthur Utley Special Correspondent

The latest meeting between the Collegiate and St. Catherine’s tennis teams produced more of the same old, same old. They played a week ago on Collegiate’s home courts. The Cougars won 5-4, the same score that Collegiate won by in September. It was the same score when St. Catherine’s won its second consecutive Virginia Independent Schools Division I state championship against the Cougars last fall. The teams split the singles this time. Collegiate won at No. 1 where senior Connor Brewer edged Saints junior Charlotte Bemiss 9-8; at No. 2 where Ellie Whitlock rolled 8-1; and at No. 5 where Katie Wright won 8-4. Emma Williams, Kristine Scherger and Lily Horsley won at Nos. 3, 4 and 6 for the Saints. The Cougars remained unbeaten (important for state tournament seeding) this season by winning the No. 1 and 2 doubles. When the teams met at St. Catherine’s in September, the Saints led 4-2 after singles victories at Nos. 1, 2, 5 and 6, but the Cougars rallied to win all three doubles for the victory. “Our doubles is always our strength. We actually look for doubles players coming into the season,” Collegiate coach Karin Whitt said. “It comes down to doubles every match as we progress through the LIS and the state tournaments. We think doubles is a strength, and time and time again, it proves to be the case.” St. Catherine’s had won

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Conner Brewer of Collegiate puts a little extra on a return in her match with Charlotte Bemiss of St. Catherine’s.

four matches in a row since the September loss to Collegiate. “Every time we’ve played them the last three years, it gets down to the wire,” Saints coach Richard Peyton said. “You just never know [which individuals will win]. The good thing is that there were a couple of girls who were in a slump and they pulled out of it, which is a good thing as we move toward the end of the year.” “We’re glad we have them to play, and they’re happy to have us to play,” said Peyton, who added, “Every time we play them it gets less stressful for some reason, regardless of what happens. They are the best matches. I wish we had more of them.” Collegiate 5, St. Catherine’s 4 Singles: Brewer (Coll) d. Bemiss 9-8 (7-3); Whitlock (Coll) d. T. Williams 8-1; E. Williams (StC) d. O’Neill 8-4; Scherger (StC) d. Johnson 8-5; Wright (Coll) d. Young 8-4; Horsley (StC) d. Vigneshwar 8-2. Doubles: Brewer-O’Neill (Coll) d. Bemiss-T. Williams 8-5; Whitlock-Johnson (Coll) d. E. Williams-Scherger 81; Horsley-Jennings (StC) d. Wright-Vigneshwar 8-5.


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Calendar continued from > page 15 Society will be on site with pet adoptions. There will be lots of crafters and vendors including Jewelry, Candles, Wreaths, Photo Booth, Metal Art, and much more. Breakfast and Lunch items will be available for purchase. IVNA will be on site with Flu Shots from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. For more information visit www.shadygroveumc.org/specialevents or call the Church Office at 7469073. Sunday, Oct. 21

All are welcome to attend Revival Services at West End Church of the Nazarene, Sunday, Oct. 21-24. Evangelist, John Hicks, has traveled throughout the United States and abroad sharing the message of encouragement and challenge. He speaks with a warmth and personality that reaches people everywhere. After each service there will be a healing service. Times: Sunday 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m., Monday - Wednesday 6:45 p.m. The church is located at 591 Broad St. Rd., ManakinSabot (4 miles east of Oilville on Rt. 250). For more information call 784-4537.

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Revival Services starting at 6:45 p.m. at West End Church of the Nazarene, 591 Broad St. Rd., Manakin-Sabot (4 miles east of Oilville on Rt. 250). Evangelist, John Hicks, has traveled throughout the United States and abroad sharing the message of encourWednesday, Oct. 24 agement and challenge. After the service there will be a healing serRevival Services starting at vice. For more information call 6:45 p.m. at West End Church of 784-4537. the Nazarene, 591 Broad St. Rd., Manakin-Sabot (4 miles east of Oilville on Rt. 250). Evangelist, Tuesday, Oct. 23 Revival Services starting at John Hicks, has traveled through6:45 p.m. at West End Church of out the United States and abroad the Nazarene, 591 Broad St. Rd., sharing the message of encourManakin-Sabot (4 miles east of agement and challenge. After the

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Commercial Real Estate for Rent ∫ OFFICE & DESK SPACE Office Space For Lease - Rt. 60 (Anderson Hwy) in Powhatan. 15 minutes West of Rt. 288. Three offices with space from 250sq. ft. up to 1700sq. ft. One month FREE if sign a one year lease by Dec. 1st. Classic colonial brick, beautiful building, lawn care & trash service included. Call 804-938-6122 or email: coledspe@comcast.net

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HAULING Abandoned Junk Cars Wanted Pay $300 up to $1,000. No title needed - free towing. 804-247-5263

LANDSCAPE & GARDENING Chris the Gardner, establishing residential flower & veggy gardens. I can get you started or do the whole project. I can till & test the soil, put in balance nutrients & amendments. If you want more work I can do it. I also do raised beds & container gardens. 804-938-0752 or creech7133@comcast.net

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Real Estate Sells at 12 noon - 41.6 acres of gorgeous land zoned A-1, 2,000 sq. ft. dwelling w/apartment & 40x60 party rm, outbuildings, 8 ac. pond, fencing & 2,000 ft of Rt. 250 frontage. - Only $150,000 starting bid! - Tour - Fri, 10/19 @ 12 noon For info see www.nichollsauction.com Personal Property sells at 10 am - Selling a private collection of fine quality Antique Furniture & Top Quality Reproductions. Fantastic Antique Glass Ware, Antique Clocks, Blue & Grey Decorated Crocks & Jugs, Several Antique Coffee Grinders, & other Country Collectibles, Beautiful Gun Collection, Nice Selection of Estate Jewelry, Coins, Outdoor porch/patio furniture, garden statuary, John Deere Tractor 5205 Diesel 4x4 w/ low hours, Allis Chalmers D14 Tractor, Toro Z Master w/ low hours, & many implements. Huge assortment of hand & power tools, many farm related items. This is a large sale w/ quality merchandise. For info see www.grindstaffauctions.com Call Anne Grindstaff - 804.301.2488

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Business & Service Directory AC & HEATING ELIMINATE YOUR HEATING BILLS OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE from Central Boiler. Ellis Contracting Inc. 804-366-9536

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

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Elite Powerwashing- Cleaning all Surfaces Gutter Cleaning Call 804-314-0150 TREE SERVICE 1 Call For All Your Tree Needs L & J Tree Service, LLC. Stump Removal, 24 hr. Emergency Service Free Est. Fully Ins. Call 229-2694 Great Dane Tree Service LLC. Trimming, Topping & Removal. Minutes from Goochland Call 540-872-2600

Merchandise FIREWOOD & FUEL FIREWOOD FOR SALE $50 PER PICKUP LOAD; $80 PER CORD. DELIVERY AVAILABLE! CALL 804-305-1700 or 804-556-4582

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Bed - New Mattress Set in Plastic w/ warr. Full $99, Queen $109, King $189. Delivery/Lay -A-Way. Call 804-218-0680.

Recreation CAMPERS & TRAVEL TRAILERS POP-UP CAMPER - 2006 Viking . Immaculate condition. A/C. Heat. Stove. Refrig. Sink. Sleeps 6 adults $3500. 804-457-4451 Advertise with The Goochland Gazette Call 746-1235 to hear about The Local’s upcoming advertising opportunities!


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Barnes Matamorros LLC. Trading as: TEQUILA GRILL 4833 Broad Street Road, Louisa, Goochland County, Virginia 23093-2204. The above establishment is applying to the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL (ABC) for a Wine, Beer & Mix Beverages On Premises license to sell or manufacture alcoholic beverages. Cora Lee Barnes, Owner NOTE: Objections to the issuance of this license must be submitted to ABC no later than 30 days from the publishing date of the first of two required newspaper legal notices. Objections should be registered at www.abc.virginia.gov or 800-5523200.

TRUSTEE SALES TRUSTEE’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE located at 5010 Howard Trace Lane, Columbia, Virginia In execution of the Deed of Trust from JOSEPH RAY WILLIAMS dated January 18, 2007, in the Original Principal Amount of $110,381.00, and recorded in Deed Book Inst. 070000218, in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court for the County of Goochland, Virginia, default having occurred in the payment of the indebtedness thereby secured and at the request of the holder of the Note, the undersigned, as Substitute Trustee, will sell at public auction at the Front Entrance of the Circuit Court for the County of Goochland on November 1, 2012, at 10:00 a.m., the property described as Lot 3 containing 4.00 acres, more or less, as shown on plat dated June 19, 1997 and recorded September 5, 1997 in plat cabinet C, Slide 4, Together with a non exclusive 50’ right of way for ingress and egress to State Route 651 as shown on the above mentioned plat and also on a plat of survey dated November 10, 1983 and revised July 7, 1997, recorded in Plat Cabinet C, Slide 4 in the aforesaid Clerk’s Office, County of Goochland, Virginia, known as 5010 Howard Trace Lane, Columbia, Virginia. TERMS: CASH. PROPERTY SOLD AS IS AND WITHOUT WARRANTY OF TITLE. ADDITIONAL TERMS MAY BE ANNOUNCED AT TIME OF SALE. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE. A deposit of $ 10,000.00 or 10% of the successful bid amount (whichever is lower) will be required immediately of the successful bidder, IN CASH, CASHIER’S CHECK OR CERTIFIED FUNDS ONLY PAYABLE TO "CECIL G. MOORE, TRUSTEE", balance to be paid within fifteen days from the date of sale. ABSOLUTELY NO PERSONAL CHECKS ACCEPTED AS BIDDER’S DEPOSIT. Real estate taxes will be adjusted to the date of sale. All cost of conveyance, deed, examination of title, recording charges and the grantor’s tax will be at the cost of the purchaser. All risks of casualty pass to the successful bidder. THIS IS A COMMUNICATION FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. DATED: October 4, 2012 CECIL G. MOORE, Substitute Trustee(s) 12 196BF (76.44) For Information Contact Trustees At: 710 Denbigh Boulevard, Ste. 6C, Newport News, Virginia 23608 (757) 877-0255 between 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. only

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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Goochland County Board of Supervisors will hold public hearings on Wednesday, November 7th, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. (not on Tuesday, November 6th due to Election Day) in the Goochland Administration Building, 1800 Sandy Hook Rd., Board Meeting Room, Suite 250, Goochland, VA on the following: a.

Countywide Ordinance to amend Article 23 (“Sign Regulations”), Sections 2 (“General Provisions”) and 9 (“Signs Permitted in Commercial (B-1, B-2 and B-3) and Industrial Districts (M-1, M-2 and P-O-P)”) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to reduce the setback for signs from 15 feet to 5 feet from the right-of-way in Commercial and Industrial Zoning Districts and to clarify that no sign, regardless of type or zoning district shall obstruct the view of traffic.

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District 4 CU-2012-00004 Application filed by Luck Stone Corporation requesting a Conditional Use Permit to allow for an overburden placement and ancillary stone processing operation. A portion of the total 83.23 acres will be reserved for berms and buffers to adjoining properties. The property is located on Assessor’s Parcel No. 48-1-72 (GPIN 7737-03-2835) located approximately 4,600 feet east of Route 623 (Ashland Road). The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 19, Section 3.1 of the County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan shows this area suitable for industrial use.

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District 4 Ordinance to amend Article 22 (“Entrance Corridor and Village Center Overlay District”), Section 14 (“Development standards for Route 250 (Broad Street Road)”) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to expand the Route 250 Overlay District boundaries in the Centerville Village.

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Consideration of an Ordinance to Amend the Goochland County Code, Chapter 10 (“Offenses and Miscellaneous Provisions”), Section 10-8 (“Hunting With Certain Weapons Prohibited”) to Clarify that it Shall be Unlawful to Hunt with any Firearm Other Than a Muzzleloading Rifle During the Early Muzzleloader Season. District 4 RZ-2012-00002 Application filed by Tom Kinter for Bellview Gardens Medical, LLC requesting zoning reclassification for 2.7 acres from R-1 (Residential, Limited) to B-2 (Business, Limited) identified as Assessor’s Parcel Nos. 59-2-0-H-1 (GPIN 7726-57-0215); 59-2-0-H-2 (GPIN 7726-571262); 59-2-0-H-3 (GPIN 7726-57-1329); and 48-3-0-H-4 (GPIN 7726-57-1513) located at the northwest intersection of Broad Street Road (U.S. Route 250) and Mills Road (St. Route 1001) approximately 800 feet west of Route 288. The applicant is requesting the property be rezoned for the purpose of a professional and/or general office use. The Comprehensive Plan shows this area suitable for residential use with a maximum density of 2.5 units per acre.

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The above information/applications/plans/ordinances/resolutions/amendments can be viewed in the County Administrator’s office, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Meeting accommodations, including interpreters, are provided upon request. TDD 556-5317. E-mail:countyadmin@co.goochland.va.us. Website: www.co.goochland.va.us.

Rebecca T. Dickson County Administrator

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Public Notice – Environmental Permit PURPOSE OF NOTICE: To acquaint the public with the technical aspects of the facility and how the standards and the requirements of the permit will be met, to identify issues of concern, to facilitate communication and to establish a dialogue between the owner or operator and persons who may be affected by the facility. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD: October 18, 2012 to 11:59 p.m. on November 19, 2012 PERMIT NAME: General VPDES Permit for Total Nitrogen and Total Phosphorus Discharges and Nutrient Trading in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed in Virginia APPLICANT NAME, ADDRESS AND PERMIT NUMBER: Goochland County, P.O. Box 10, Goochland, VA 23063; VAN040145 FACILITY NAME AND LOCATION: Oilville Wastewater Treatment Plant, 0.25 Miles north of Route 250 and Route 617, Oilville, VA PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The County of Goochland has requested a modification to the watershed general permit registration list to reflect the transfer of Total Nitrogen and Total Phosphorus wasteload allocations from the Richmond WWTP to the Oilville WWTP. This transfer of wasteload allocations is in accordance with the August 4, 2009 Nutrient Allocation Addendum to the Wastewater Agreement between the County of Goochland and the City of Richmond. The wasteload allocations consist of 2,750 lbs. of Total Nitrogen and 275 lbs. of Total Phosphorus. A copy of the County’s request may be viewed and copied at the Goochland County administration building at 1800 Sandy Hook Road, Suite 260, Goochland, VA 23063. Interested persons may also contact Mr. Gary Fisher, Interim Public Utilities Director to answer questions. Mr. Fisher may be contacted at (804) 556-5835 or gfisher@co.goochland.va.us. HOW TO COMMENT: DEQ accepts comments by e-mail or postal mail. All comments must be in writing and be received by DEQ during the comment period. Written comments must include: 1) The names, mailing addresses and telephone numbers of the commenter and of all persons represented by the commenter. 2) A brief, informal statement regarding the nature and extent of the interest of the commenter or of those represented by the commenter, including how and to what extent the operation of the facility or activity would directly and adversely affect the commenter. CONTACT FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS, DOCUMENT REQUESTS AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Drew Hammond, DEQ – Office of VPDES Permits, P.O. Box 1105, Richmond, VA 23218, Phone: (804) 698-4037; Email: andrew.hammond@deq.virginia.gov. The public may review the draft permit and application at the DEQ office named above.

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