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Solving a ‘conundrum’ Neighbors oppose Benedictine plan Letter asks supervisors to reverse plan of development approval By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

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Goochland Elementary School kindergartner Simon Smith, left and first-graders Ryan Mangiere, GES and Isabella Beatty, BES, show off their “fourth little pigs home” last Saturday Goochland Middle School. The goal of the Engineering Conundrum, as it was called, was to design a house that would withstand the huffing and puffing of the big, bad wolf in the three little pigs story, said CTE Director Bruce Watson. “It was cool, Daddy,” exclaimed Isabella Beatty to her father Eric Beatty, who served as mentor of her group, although he was quick to point out that he was not allowed to make any suggestions. “I love engineering,” she said. Critical to the success of this group’s house was the graduated ramp they added after their first wind tunnel test (simulating the big, bad wolf’s huffing and puffing) which directed the airflow over the top of the structure, keeping it from being blown down. About 125 students from kindergartners to fifth grade took part in the exercise. The wind tunnels

Parent volunteer Heather Kemmerly tests a house in the wind tunnel.

were built by Byrd Elementary School parent Greg Blanchard and donated by the Goochland Family YMCA. A video of the event can be seen at http://blogs. glnd.k12.va.us/pgretz/2013/02/10/conundrum-dayis-amazing

Three River Road residents yesterday asked the Goochland Board of Supervisors to reverse the county’s decision to approve the Benedictine Society of Virginia’s most recent plan of development. In hand delivered letter to Goochland County Administrator Rebecca Dickson, Andrew Thexton, James E. Harris, Jr. and Delano and Berlene Richardson, whose properties are adjacent to the proposed Abbey site, claimed the plan, approved by the county Jan. 29, violates county ordinances that require the county Planning Commission to approve any road widening plan and determine that it complies with the county’s comprehensive plan. “Approval of the Plan of Development constitutes authorization of road widening of River Road that was in violation of Va. Code § 15.2-2232, which prohibits the authorization of any road widening unless and until the County Planning Commission makes a determination that the pro-

posed road widening is substantially in accord with the County Comprehensive Plan,” wrote attorney Patrick M. McSweeney, on behalf of the complainants. The letter also claims “... that properties and waterways downstream from the property that is the subject of the Plan of Development will not be protected from damage due to increased volumes, velocity and peak flow rates of stormwater, particularly property located at the northern discharge point of the existing 18-inch pipe carrying stormwater runoff from Benedictine development and associated road and drainage improvements under River Road from the drainage ditch on the south side of River Road immediately west of the entrance to the Pembroke subdivision.” The letter also claims the approved plan would d cause traffic backups on River Road at the proposed entrance to the school. Dickson had no comment Monday evening in response to the letter. “I just received the letter this afternoon and have not had time to read it,” she said when asked for comment during a break in a Board of Supervisors budget workshop meeting. The letter asks the Board of Supervisors to reverse the plan “and refer any Plan of Development involving a road widening to the County Planning Commission for a determination...”


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Goochland resident Bryan M. Rhode is enjoying his new role as Deputy Secretary of Public Safety for Virginia. “I am very much enjoying the challenge,” he said of his recent appointment by Gov. Robert F. McDonnell. “With the legislature in session, there is never a dull moment. My primary goal over the next year to is serve the Commonwealth well by working to see Gov. McDonnell’s and Secretary [Marla] Decker’s agenda to completion. They are both tremendous leaders and I feel honored to be on their team.” The 38-year-old Rhode is a native of Portsmouth, but grew up in Springfield. He earned an undergraduate degree in International Studies from Penn State in 1997 and a law degree from the University of Virginia in 2004. In 2005, he received an MSc degree in Public Policy from the London School of Economics. Rhode also has a diversified resume that includes overseas deployment as a captain in the U.S. Marine Corps; a stint as a corporate attorney for the law firm of Hunton & Williams; assistant prosecutor in the Richmond Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office from 2006 to 2012; and up until his recent appointment by McDonnell, commissioner of the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. His first day as deputy secretary was Jan. 14, and his education and professional experience should hold him in good stead, Rhode said, adding that his annual salary is $120,000. “The Office is a wide-ranging department with the most important of all government functions – public safety,” Rhode said. “Our area of responsibility touches issues related to the military, law and law enforcement. As a result, I think my experiences as a Marine, lawyer and prosecutor have prepared me for the challenge of helping the Governor and Secretary ensure the safety and security of Virginians.” Recent events like the elementary school massacre in Newtown, Conn. have placed public school safety as one of the top priorities for his department, Rhode said. “After Newtown, one of our current and very important tasks is to complete the Governor’s School Safety Task Force and improve the protection of our schools and children,” he said. “We are also focused on some of the Governor’s priorities like prisoner re-entry, human traffick-

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ing and gang reduction.” One of his primary responsibilities, Rhode said, will be to help Secretary Decker make the Department of Public Safety an effective branch of state government. “We have 11 different agencies we oversee,” Rhode said. “ABC, Department of Corrections, Department of Military Affairs (National Guard), State Police, Commonwealth Attorney’s Services Council, Department of Criminal Justice Services, Department of Emergency Management (the State’s FEMA), Department of Forensic Science, Department of Juvenile Justice, and the Parole Board.” Rhode, who made an unsuccessful bid in 2011 to win the Republican nomination to run for the 22nd District seat in the Virginia Senate, said that he’s not looking beyond this year when a new governor takes office in 2014. “I really haven’t thought that far ahead,” he said. “Right now, my focus is serving the Governor and citizens of the Commonwealth well. Once the administration ends, I’ll need to look for a new challenge. I’m just not sure what that will be yet.” He and wife Lynne moved to Goochland in 2008 and live in Crozier, Rhode said. They have two sons – 4-year-old Andrew and 2-year-old Bryan Jr. “The thing we have enjoyed most about Goochland is the people,” Rhode said. “They have been tremendously welcoming and gracious. We also have come to love the rural lifestyle and natural beauty of the area.”

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Tucker Park at Maidens gets grant from CarMax By Ben Orcutt Special Correspondent

Tucker Park at Maidens Crossing is progressing nicely thanks to a grant from the CarMax Foundation and the support of the Friends of Goochland Parks and the county. During last week’s afternoon session, the Goochland County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to authorize County Administrator Rebecca T. Dickson to execute a Memorandum of Understanding for the Friends of Goochland Parks to receive a $30,000 grant from the CarMax Foundation that will be used mostly for the construction of a performance area at Tucker Park. In separate action, the supervisors also voted unanimously to authorize the execution of a Memorandum of Understanding formally acknowledging a partnership between the county and the Friends of Goochland Parks. During last week’s meeting, Friends of Goochland Parks president Beth C. Moore updated the Supervisors on the organization she represents and the progress at Tucker Park. According to a recent press release issued by Moore, the mission of the Friends of Goochland Parks – a nonprofit, volunteer group – is to help enhance recreational opportunities through the county’s park system. Through its collaboration with the county, area businesses and donors over the past several years, her group has been able preserve Tucker Park’s James River site and establish a 1-mile walking trail and a handicapped-accessible 35space parking lot, Moore added. “In establishing a separate 501(c)3 organization, we will now be able to raise and receive donations for Tucker Park and create a vehicle that can provide a broader range of support for all of the parks in Goochland,” Moore said in the press release. District 3 supervisor Ned S. Creasey, where Tucker Park is located, said the park will be a valuable asset. “It’s going to be great for the county,” Creasey said. “You got the fishing, the ball fields, from what I understand a skateboard park, archery place, canoe launch and a picnic area and the amphitheater-type area where they’re going to have bluegrass music and stuff like that. So it’s going to be a great plus for the county.” During an update on the county’s legislative agenda for the current session of the Virginia General Assembly, County Attorney Norman B. Sales told Board members that bills pertaining to the reimbursement of costs associated with elec-

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Vice Chairman Manuel Alvarez Jr., left, from District 2 and District 4 supervisor Robert H. Minnick sign a section of a tree from Tucker Park at Maidens Crossing to symbolize the county’s commitment to working with the Friends of Goochland Parks.

tions are not faring well since they involve spending money on a statewide basis. “They just don’t affect Goochland County,” Sales said. In other Feb. 5, business, the Board also voted unanimously to amend the county’s FY 2013 general fund budget by appropriating $166,000 in reserve funding to the Information Systems budget to meet technology needs. Also by unanimous vote, the Board agreed to amend the FY 2013 general fund budget to appropriate $150,000 in reserve funding for mandated Comprehensive Services Act expenses for at-risk youth. In other action, the consensus of the Board was to authorize advertisement for a public hearing on March 5, on an ordinance amendment that would decrease the number of members on the Planning Commission from seven to five to represent the number of magisterial districts. The upcoming schedule of joint town hall meetings of the Board of Supervisors and the School Board – all of which are set for 7 p.m. – was released as follows: • District 2, March 13, Goochland Library. • District 1, March 14, Byrd Elementary School. • District 3, March 18, Company 5 Firehouse • District 4, March 25, Company 3 Firehouse. • District 5, March 28, Company 1 Firehouse.

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The Goochland County School Board has adopted a proposed FY 2014 budget half a million dollars less than the current fiscal year budget. Superintendent Dr. James F. Lane said the proposed FY 2014 budget that the School Board adopted unanimously on Feb. 5, and that was presented to the Board of Supervisors on Monday totals $26,185,081, compared to the FY 2013 revised budget of $26,684,710. School Board Chairman John D. Wright explained why the current budget is smaller. “Last year after approving our budget in April, we received some one-time funding from the Board of Supervisors to address nonrecurring expenditures,” Wright said following last week’s School Board meeting. “Actually, we have a budget that reflects roughly the same amount of funding as what was approved in last year’s original budget.” The proposed FY 2014 budget includes a level funding request from the county of $17,796,626, which is what the county originally approved for FY 2013, Lane added.

The proposed budget is based on an average daily enrollment of 2,311 students and a total of 415 employees, Lane said. The proposed budget also includes maintaining a benefits package for part-time employees, who work less than 30 hours per week. This year’s budget process appeared to be smoother and less contentious than previous years. “We have worked really hard to get a lot of input into our budget process before we put it forward,” he said. “I had meetings in all five schools. We held listening and engagement sessions in the community and additionally we held that workshop where we really invited people to the table to analyze our budget. ” Lane said Goochland is less dependent on state and federal funding than some other local school systems. “Well, one of the downsides of having a high composite index is that you have to fund so much from the locality,” he said. “But one of the upsides of that is that when you have difficult times at the state and federal level, it impacts us less than it impacts other localities.” Parents who attended the School Board’s Feb. 5 meeting agreed that this year’s budget pro-

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cess was smoother than in years past. “I went to a PTA meeting and the superintendent came and discussed a lot of kind of the high level details of the budget,” said Marc Maier, who has two children at Goochland Elementary School. “I was very impressed with it,” Maier added. “They seem to have a smooth process down and it’s a definite improvement in communication and the documentation over the previous years.” Cynthia Cox, who has one child who attends GCPS, spoke in a similar vein of this year’s budget process. “It went very well,” she said. “I look forward to reading it online, every bit of it. I haven’t had a chance to look at all of it but I like what I heard tonight.” Wright said he and his four colleagues are in their second year on the Board and they have a better understanding of how the budget process works. “We actually are able to do more with the same, which always makes people happy.” It also helps to have “a really good finance director, a really good superintendent and some good software,” Wright added. The process also is transpar-

ent, Wright said. “You know what’s going on because we’re discussing it and so people know that we’re thinking about it and it’s not a back room deal,” he said. In other news, GCPS had its first lock down drill on Feb. 5, and the exercise went well, Lane said. “We are moving towards having monthly lock down drills in all of our schools to practice for intruder situations just like we would practice for fire drills,” he said. “It went very well [Feb. 5]. I toured Goochland Elementary School myself. The faculty was amazing. The students were perfect in their response to the situation and we hope that by practicing this more often we’ll be able to more quickly respond if there’s ever an issue. “We’re going to do whatever it takes to make our schools safer. We’ve started our school safety task force. Dr. [Peter M.] Gretz [assistant superintendent of operations] is going to bring a report to the Board in less than a month and we hope that that task force along with our extra practice will put us in a position that if something terrible were to happen in our schools we would be prepared.”

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Schools in the news Just when it appeared that the way was finally clear for Benedictine College Preparatory School’s move to the campus on River Road West, property owners adjacent to the location have appealed to the Goochland Board of Supervisors to reverse the Jan. 29, 2013, approval by county staff of the Plan of Development submitted on behalf of the Benedictine Society of Virginia and deny the Plan of Development or else refer the plan to the Planning Commission (see the story on page 1). The property owners’ appeal was only delivered to the county on Monday and it remains to be seen what effect it will have on the school’s plans to open its academic campus at the Abbey site this fall. As far as Goochland County Public Schools go, the remarkable thing this year seems to be the almost complete lack of controversy over the proposed schools budget, which was approved by the School Board last week and submitted to the Board of Supervisors Monday night. It seems like only yesterday when each meeting of the School Board was an occasion for a parade of speakers to arise during the public comment period to air their concerns about how School Board members were spending their money and to bewail cutbacks in this or that area. Last year the new School Board pondered cuts in a number of areas, even considering reducing the number of days of instruction in order to make ends meet, as well as some other

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controversial options that aroused opposition, such as outsourcing custodial services, an option that was eventually dropped. In 2011, before the election of the current School Board and under former superintendent Linda Underwood, a similar presentation of a school budget to the supervisors was a shocker, coming in at more than a million dollars in excess of what the county had indicated it was willing to give to the system, sparking controversy and a long process to bring the two boards together on a budget figure for the school system. As noted previously in this space, the ensuing election in the fall of 2011 seems to have made the difference, with the supervisors and School Board members now operating in a more cooperative rather than adversarial mode. It makes for a much smoother process, even if it generates fewer headlines.

Letters Last week we lamented the lack of letters to the editor and noted that the only thing that seemed to rile Goochlanders was the recent Orapax conditional use permit. So what did we get this week? An Orapax letter. Thanks – we needed that! -Ken Odor

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About 45 members of The Early Ford V-8 Club of America came out for lunch recently at The RumbleSeat Grill. Many drove their antique vehicles and lined them up in front of the building for group pictures and to reminisce the old times. Several car clubs have visited The Rumbleseat Grill, since they opened in November, including the Model A club. The Rumbleseat Grill has an antique transportation theme and is locally owned and operated by antique car enthusiasts. RSG is hoping to host weekly car club “cruise ins”, in the spring and summer.

Letters to the Editor Glad supervisors support landowner rights I would like to thank the Board of Supervisors for their decision to grant a permit to Orapax to operate a sporting clays course on their property. I’m glad our board recognizes landowner rights. Many of the people who have opposed the application seem to feel they should be able to dictate what others do with the land they own and pay taxes on. To the ones that say they’re farmers – how would you like it if you had to ask permission to operate a tractor, combine or other equipment during hours your neighbors (many of them living miles away) may not like, maybe before 9 a.m. or after 7 p.m. or if you had to ask them for their permission before you spread manure or chemicals on your fields. To the ones that say they moved to the country for the “peace and quiet,” I’m sorry you’re disappointed, the country isn’t peaceful or quiet. For 40 years I’ve suggested to anyone that has thought about moving from the city or suburbs to the

country to go somewhere and try it first, I would suggest planting season, harvest season and hunting season (which here in Virginia is almost year round). You may not like what you see, hear or smell. I have lived here in Goochland for 12 years and during that time I’ve read letters almost on a weekly basis in the Gazette from people that complain about the slow-moving farm equipment on the roads, about the slow response time of the Fire, EMS and Sheriff’s Department and the amount of shooting and the number of hunters and their barking dogs. If any or all of these things bother you or upset your peaceful life I have a simple solution for you – move back to where you came from! You moved to a rural area and then complain about life there and want it to change to suit you. I’m tire of you passing me when I’m pulling horse or hay trailers on back roads because you think it’s okay to endanger others so long as you get where you’re going a little sooner. Don’t demand paid professional Fire, EMS Services, join your local volunteer fire department. You’ll find out

that they’re professionals also and very dedicated to their community. Before you call the Sheriff ’s Department about the loud boom you heard or that your house just shook during an earthquake or because a stray dog just walked through your yard, take a moment to think, am I hurt or is this something I need to call 911 about? Jim Agnew and his staff do a great job serving Goochland County but when they are forced to spend time answering dumb questions or responding to calls about a dead deer beside the road or hunting dogs in the road it drives up the cost of operating the Sheriff’s Department. I know you feel you taxes pay for it but mine do too, don’t waste my money. And finally, before you complain about that the new proposed subdivision, remember someone probably complained when the subdivision you live in was built several years ago. If you like the view you have but don’t own the land that you see from your home, then you have no control of what the view will be in the future. The timber might be cut, that land see Letters > page 7


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Natural and man-made disasters are ever present and on occasion affect Goochland County. The past several years we have seen earthquakes, tropical storms, tornadoes, and winter storms. Are you and your family prepared to be without electric power and other essentials for up to 72 hours? On Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013 Goochland County will play host to it second Survivor Day training. Residents will be provided information to help them cope with emergencies of a varying nature. Emergency and Community Response professionals will teach citizens the best way to prepare for those life threating situations that may have significant impact and what to take if you are forced from

your home during an emergency. Goochland is one of 10 localities in Central Virginia that are participating in this event which is being funded by the Department of Homeland Security. Last year’s event was held in the east end of the county and was a tremendous success. This year’s event will be held at the Goochland Elementary School located at 3150 River Road West. The program will begin at 9 a. m. and will conclude around noon. Pre-registration is required and sign-up is limited. Upon completion of the training each family will receive a free survivor backpack that contains essential supplies. There is a limit of one backpack per family. Sign-up is on line at www.survivorday.com or by calling 211.

Letters continued from > page 6 might be developed. If you don’t own it then you should have limited say so over what the owners do with it. As to the Orapax issue, I’m sure many of you that have complained about the sporting clays course would have complained just as much had Orapax wanted to develop a huge subdivision, maybe 50 to 100 building lots. That’s something for you to think about. Ray Yowell Painted Dreams Ranch Hadensville

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whose gifts and legacy are best exemplified by Hillel’ s message of doing unto to others. Dr. D Trent, long time pastor of Second Union Baptist Church, a man that I met at Byrd Elementary School, where every Monday morning a number of us sat with young men and shared a few peaceful, supporting moments. I came to appreciate his quiet strength, love and commitment to others and I know that his message and commitment will be carried forward, even by those who only came to know him for a short time like myself. To his church and family his works and good deeds and legacy of love and caring will hopefully provide comfort and inspire others to follow in his path.

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Friends of the Goochland Library to meet March 3 The Friends of the Goochland Branch Library, Inc. will hold hold its corporate annual meeting Sunday, March 3, at 3 p.m. in the multipurpose room of the Goochland Branch Library, 3075 River Road West, Goochland, Virginia 23063. Featured speakers will be Richard and Kathy Verlander discussing their experiences as baseball parents of Justin Verlander, and their book, Rocks Across the Pond, Lessons Learned, Stories Told. All are invited. Refreshments will be served.

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Goochland’s media specialist Deb Cross has applied to the Follett Challenge, a program run by Follett to recognize and reward schools for their work applying technology, content and creativity in ways that engage students, foster literacy and promote critical thinking. Six winning schools will be awarded with the cash-equivalent of a total of $200,000 worth of products and services. As part of the competition, Goochland High School created a short video about their program. The video is now posted on the Follett Challenge website for the public to vote for their

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Goochland’s submission is available on the Follett Challenge website under the “View Entries” tab at the following link: http:// www.follettchallenge.com/video. cfm?id=118. Cross’s video highlights how the library media center in Goochland supports a variety of functions, including the support of twenty-first century skill development. After registering, users can cast one vote per day. The Follett Challenge winners will be notified by April 5, 2013. To cast your vote or learn more about the Follett Challenge, visit www.follettchallenge.com. The company can also be contacted at follettchallenge@follett.com.

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favorite school. Thirty percent of the school’s total entry is determined by the number of votes its video receives. Follett created the Follett Challenge to reward innovation in schools. “There’s a lot of change happening in education and many challenges with the economy,” said Tom Schenck, the President of Follett School & Library Group. “We want to reward educators with innovative ideas, who rise to the occasion through all the chaos using technology and new teaching techniques.” The public will vote until March 15 for the school with the best video overview about their library program.

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Mrs. Edmonia Fife “Monie,” Brice, 88, of Goochland, Va., departed this life, February 8, 2013. She was preceded in death by her husband, Tobias Brice Sr.; and son, Tobias Jr. (Annie Mae). She is survived by her children, James Brice (Joyce), Cora Holmes, Lannie Lewis, Mary Bolling, Arthur Brice, John Brice (Bernadette), Jean Chavis (William) and Eugene Brice (Grace); 27 grandchildren, 44 great-grandchildren, and six great-great-grandchildren; one sister, Dorothy Fife; and a host of other relatives and friends. Her remains rested at the Robert Mealy Funeral Home, Goochland, Va. Funeral services were held Tuesday, February 12, 2013, at Chief Cornerstone Baptist Church. Rev. Adia Allen, pastor. Interment church cemetery.

Mrs. Mary L. Kimbrough, of Goochland, Va., departed this life Wednesday, February 6, 2013. She was the widow of John Kimbrough. She is survived by her children, Veronica Woodson (Bubba) and Purcell Kimbrough; two granddaughters, Jecreta W. Dance (Rodger) and Terencia Smith; one sister, Thelma Lewis; one greatgrandson, Elijah; one greatgranddaughter, Zahara; and a host of relatives and friends. Her remains rested at the Robert Mealy Funeral Home, Goochland, Va. Funeral services were held Saturday, February 9, 2013 at Fauquier Baptist Church, Goochland, Va. Rev. Melvin A. Woodson officiating. Interment in church cemetery.

Trent Rev. Dr. Donald L. Trent Sr., age 65, of Columbia, Va., departed this life on Thursday,

Februar y 7, 2013 in Columbia. He is survived by his loving wife, Gloria, of 43 years. Rev. Trent His children, Donald II( Marquitta), Stevie (Nicole) and Montesa (Michael); eight grandchildren; sister, Bernice and brothers, Harold (Mable), Earl (Juanita) and Mark Trent (Shelia); a stepmother, two stepsisters, a stepbrother, other relatives and friends. His remains rest at Marian Gray Thomas Funeral Home, where public viewing was held Sunday. Remains lay in state at Second Union Baptist Church, Goochland, Va. on Sunday. Funeral service was held Monday at the above-named church. Pastor Tommy Fleming officiating, Pastor Adlai Allen, eulogist. Interment took place in the church cemetery.


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Goochland makes early exit from JRD By Jim Ridolphi Special Correspondent

Raiders, 52-48 in the opening round of the playoffs. Defeating a team twice The Raiders took an early in one season is never easy, lead against the cold shooting but the Goochland Bulldogs Bulldogs, and, as the period accomplished the task after ended Amelia enjoyed a 10-7 cruising to 66-57 victory over lead. Amelia to end the regular seaThe Raiders stretched that son. lead to 15-9 before Goochland Repeating that performance freshman Reggie Hobbs took a third time and attempting to matters in his own hands comdefeat the same team twice in pleting two consecutive lay-ups three days proved more dif- in less than a minute. Coupled ficult for the Bulldogs. With with a technical foul on the only four wins on the season, Raiders, the spurt allowed the the Raiders made a second Bulldogs to take the lead at trip to Goochland on Monday halftime, 21-18. night for the James River But the Raiders wouldn’t District quarterfinals. go away and hung around It was the Bulldogs who throughout the third quarter. made an early exit after drop- The Bulldogs’ running game visitors resulting in a 37-29 ping a close decision to the somewhat exhausted the Goochland lead as the quarter ended. “At that point, I began to have my doubts about a comeback because I looked on their faces and saw frustration,” said Raider coach Vincent Holman. Raider guard Marcus Johnson took over in the fourth period, scoring 11 points, and burying the critical free throws that knotted the game at 48 with a minute remaining. “After Marcus made that lay-up, we regrouped and made our run,” Holman said. The junior wasn’t finished. He sank two crucial free throws as time ran out to give the Raiders the win and a ticket to advance in the JRD tournament. “I told my guys at halftime that this game was going to come down to the team that made the least amount of Photo by Dave Lawrence mistakes and played the best Bulldogs linebacker Nathan Adams and family listen to head defense,” Raider coach Vincent coach Joe Fowler discuss the importance of getting good Holman said. grades at a ceremony Wednesday at Goochland High School. Goochland coach Preston Adams signed a letter of intent with Eastern Michigan UniverGordon felt those mistakes sity in Ypsilanti, Mich. Adams, with a 3.7 grade-point average, did make a difference, but he plans to study exercise science and eventually work as a had a simpler take on the loss. strength and conditioning coach. Adams is joined by, clockwise “Amelia wanted it more than from left: his mother, Susan Adams; father, Dave Adams, uncle we did and they showed that Mark Granger; and grandfather, Percy Granger.

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in the fourth quarter,” he said. “They went to the free throw line 12 times and were ninefor-12 in the fourth quarter.” The coach was quick to give credit where due. “We didn’t handle their pressure very well in the fourth quarter,” Gordon said. “We haven’t played consistent enough and we’ve had luck on our side, and it showed tonight.” The Raiders outbattled the Bulldogs under the boards and outfought Goochland for second shots and loose balls. “We didn’t rebound the ball very well tonight, and gave up too many offensive rebounds to them,” Gordon said. The Bulldogs will have a week of practice as they await an opponent in next week’s regionals. Gordon had an ominous message for his team following the Amelia loss. “If there’s a chance for us to do something in the region, we need to wake up.” The loss will most likely remove any chance for the team to host a game in next week’s regional tournament. It most likely puts the Bulldogs on the road for an extended run if they hope to keep this year’s playoff hopes alive.

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Above left: The teams battle for a last minute rebound in Monday’s quarterfinal of the James River District Tournament. Like most them in the contest, this rebound went to the Raiders and sunk the Bulldogs chances for a last second comeback. Above: Nathan Mattox, (15) launches for two second half points. Defending for Amelia is Dre Johnson (21).

“I know this dropped us GOOCHALND 66, AMELIA 57 down big time,” the coach AMELIA (4-16, 4-10 James River) — Baker 19, Perry 8, Booker 0, Johnson said. AMELIA 52, GOOCHLAND 48 AMELIA (5-15) — Baker 14, D. Johnson 3, M. Johnson 11, Perry 7, Delaney 5, Lewis 0, Royal 8, Bradley 4. Totals 17 16-24 52. GOOCHLAND (13-6) — Johnson 16, Dyer 3, Faulcon 3, Smith 6, Mattox 9, Harden 0, Crepps 0, Adams 3, Hayden 4, Alexander 0, Talmage 0, Hobbs 4. Totals 16 13-20 48. Amelia................ 10 8 11 23 — 52 Goochland.......... 7 14 16 11 — 48 3-point goals — A: D. Johnson, Delaney; G: Johnson, Faulcon, Smith

3, Patterson 2, Bradley 0, Owens 0, Lewis 2, Delaney 14, Jackson 0, Royal 9, Sale 0. Totals 20 13-20 57. GOOCHLAND (13-5, 11-3) — Johnson 10, Dyer 2, Faulcon 4, Smith 13, Mattox 4, Crepps 6, Adams 10, Hayden 7, Alexander 0, Talmage 8, Hobbs 2. Totals 23 19-26 66. Amelia................ 13 18 14 12 — 57 Goochland........ 18 18 15 15 — 66 3-point goals — A: Baker 2, Delaney 2; G: Johnson. Highlights — G: C.J. Johnson 5 assists; Josh Hayden 8 rebounds; Harry Talmage 7 rebounds, 3 steals.


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No offense – Lady Bulldogs fall at Amelia By Dave Lawrence Special Correspondent

AMELIA COURT HOUSE – Goochland picked a bad night to go cold. With a share of the James River District regular season title at stake, the Lady Bulldogs managed only five field goals against host Amelia, falling to the Raiders 58-32 Friday night. A win by Goochland, in what was the final game of the regular season for both teams, would have left them sharing the top spot in the James River standings. Instead, the Raiders finish the regular season undefeated in the district with a 17-2, 14-0 James River record. Goochland (13-7, 12-2) finished in second place. Both teams play at home Tuesday night for the opening of the James River District Tournament. Top-seed Amelia will host Buckingham, while

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Above: Goochland’s Jessica Liddle (13) gets fouled late in the second half of the Bulldogs’ 58-32 loss to Ameliat. At right: Goochland’s Khayla Leabough (3) attempts a quick shot against a tough Amelia defense. The Lady Bulldogs connected on only five field goals in the loss to the Raiders Friday night.

second-seed Goochland will host Nottoway. Both games will start at 7 p.m. Goochland head coach Sarah Voyack said a lack of offense doomed the Bulldogs. “We played [Amelia] much

closer the first time around, so it was a little disappointing to know that we could play better,” Voyack said. “I told [the team] that you can’t win basketball games if you don’t put the ball in the hoop. Shooting was our

Anonymous donor offers fundraiser challenge By Dave Lawrence Special Correspondent

The Goochland Bulldogs brought a state football championship to the county, now they can use the county’s help in getting a memento they can wear the rest of their lives. They need help raising money to get their championship rings. Head coach Joe Fowler said the cost is $17,000, but that is for a lot of rings – more than 60 players, eight coaches, and the team’s trainers. The fundraising challenge, called “1st Seed Goochland,” will be made easier by an anonymous donor who lives in the county who has offered a $7,000 matching grant. He will

match contributions dollar-fordollar up to $7,000. Goochland Educational Foundation President Elizabeth NelsonLyda said the deadline the matching grant is March 31. Nelson-Lyda, mother of Goochland football player Kevin Lyda, said money is needed for more than rings. “Boosters needs a lot of money right now,” Nelson-Lyda said. “There’s football, but then Boosters, it takes care of everything. I don’t know if people really realize that in Goochland. Anything that has to do with athletics, the wraps, the getting the fields ready, all of those costs are not absorbed by Goochland County Public Schools. That is absorbed by Boosters.” This past Sunday, 250 Sports Grill held a Goochland Bulldogs

Spirit Night in which 15 percent of the proceeds was contributed to the fundraising effort. Several more are planned: on Feb. 17 and 24 and on March 3, 10, and 24. Michelle Nixon and Drive will hold a benefit concert in March. Other fundraising events are planned. But citizens do not have to wait for one of these events to chip in. Contributions can be sent to Goochland County Public Schools, the Goochland Athletic Boosters, or the Goochland Educational Foundation. For more information, contact: Goochland Athletic Boosters, Inc. P.O. Box 984 Goochland, Virginia 23063 goochlandhighathleticboosters@ gmail.com

Achilles’ heel tonight. We shot terribly – probably the worst we have all season.” Tammara Taylor was the only Bulldog in double figures, and even she struggled from the floor, nabbing only one field goal. She went 12-for-12 from the foul line, however, and finished with 14 points. The Bulldogs had no shortage of opportunities, at times getting off several shots in a possession but coming away with no points. Goochland’s free-throw shooting was the only bright spot of their offense. They converted on 22 of 30 attempts. “Free-throw shooting was amazing,” Voyack said. “Without our free-throw shooting, it would have been real ugly.” Amelia had three players in double figures: Khadija Givens with 14 points, Takia Williams with 11, and Sydnie Baker with 10. Amelia coach Robin Gary was expecting a closer game. “They had been playing well and they were coming off a big win against Bluestone,” Gary said. “It could have been

that they had played two games this week and their legs were a little tired. … We talked about it. I told my girls we played on Monday, but Goochland has had to play on Monday and Wednesday. That’s a lot.” Fresher legs or otherwise, the Raiders’ inside play seemed to rule the evening. “When my big girls are playing well – Jasmine [Mitchell] and Khadija [Givens] and Briarna [Royal] – that’s a tough trio to try to stop underneath. “They’re just so athletic, they each bring something different to the table. Khadija is extremely strong, Jasmine is just naturally athletic, and Brianna can just jump out of the gym. They bring so much to the game so when they all are playing well, they’re hard to stop.” Givens proved especially hard to stop. “She had offensive rebound after offensive rebound,”Voyack said. “She was really tough and strong inside.” Amelia’s big three were not the only ones deserving credit for shutting the Bulldogs down.

“We couldn’t stop them,” Voyack said. “We got their biggest girl out in foul trouble. We got their best player out in foul trouble. Their whole starting lineup was sitting at one point. But their bench came out and kudos to them – they played well tonight.” While Goochland’s regular season ended on something of a sour note, the Bulldogs have to focus on their immediate future. “I know that we can play better. The girls know that they can play better,” Voyack said. “I told them Monday starts a new season. It starts with a clean slate. Every one’s got a zerozero record. … We’ve got to come next week in practice and focus.” GOOCHLAND (13-7, 12-2 James River) – Leabough 2, Robinson 0, Southerland 0, Jackson 4, Rodriguez 6, Liddle 0, Mills 2, Keith 0, Taylor 14, Ezell 4, Johnson 0, Rosenbaum 0. Totals 5 22-30 32. AMELIA (17-2, 14-0) – Royal 0, Baker 10, Nash 0, B. Givens 2, Harris 2, K. Givens 14, Rayley 12, Williams 11, Michell 7, Dickerson 0, Molina 0. Totals 21 15-32 58. Goochland............... 5 11 10 6 – 32 Amelia..................... 14 10 18 16 – 58 3-point goals – A: Rayley.


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Cadets take Senior Night tilt, 70-60 By Thomas C. Dozier Special Correspondent

It was Senior Night at Benedictine and the class of 2014 couldn’t have picked a better time to collectively roll out their finest performance of the season. Five seniors – Nick Coppola, L.G. Gill, Nick Gorski, Khris Lane (not in uniform) and Josh Pilot – were honored before the Cadets played their final regular-season home game and each one did something special in the 10th annual Warren Rutledge Classic. Gill scored a game-high 23 points, Coppola added 16 points and nine assists, Pilot hit a big 3-pointer in the second half and Gorski worked inside for seven points and pulled down a team-high 12 rebounds as Benedictine pulled away from visiting Christchurch 70-60 held on Rut Court at Memorial Gymnasium on Friday. “This is special,” said Benedictine first-year coach Robert Churchwell III. “Mainly because we have been through so much adversity, the players have hung together and bought into what we are doing. But along the way, we have become a family.” The beauty of this victory was that every single dressed player contributed to the victory, which at times put the reserve players on display. “I think they started getting their confidence from the beginning of the season,” Churchwell added. “We have talked to them about the fact they are only one ankle sprain, one bad grade or one family emergency from having to step up. And they all stepped up tonight.” Even though it was the final home game, the Cadets have six more games including a tournament at St. Albans in

Washington, D.C. prior to the VISAA tournament, Benedictine began the first half on a 5-0 run and ended the half on an electric 6-0 spurt to take a five-point lead (33-28) into the locker room. The first half was fast and furious but most of all physical. In all, there were 15 total fouls called, including four technical fouls and an ejection. But in-between there was some terrific high-school basketball being played on Rut Court by both sides. At half, Devin Robinson paced the Seahorses with 13 points and seven rebounds. Gill had netted 11 points and seven rebounds for the Cadets while Coppola tallied 10 points, five rebounds and four assists as the Cadets gained the upper hand. In fact, it was the duo of Coppola-Gill that spearheaded a 6-0 run in the final minute of the first half that had the home team walking on air for most of the second half. It all started when Gill hit a jumper in the lane off the nifty assist from Pilot, then Coppola sent a lob-pass high in the air for a Gill dunk and Coppola finished it off with an underhand left-handed layup to give his team the ultimate momentum boost. “We felt the alley-oop play was the play of the game,” said Coppola, who was awarded the game’s MVP award. “We knew when we came into the locker room it felt like it was our time to shine. “Plus no one wants to lose on Senior Night, so we went hard the rest of the way. We have all been working hard since our freshmen year and it is nice to go out with a win like this on a special night.” On Monday night, Benedictine, the top-ranked team in the Times-Dispatch Top 10 poll and No. 4 in the

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Benedictine’s Nick Gorski (15) tries to get free and drive toward the basket against the Christchurch defense.

VISAA poll, improved their record to 26-2 when the handed the Miller School a 68-67 overtime loss. The Cadets win streak now stands at 10 games. The lone losses for the Cadets came against Brunswick and Cape Henry Collegiate. Christchurch, No. 7 in the VISAA poll, has four players from the Central Region area including former Hanover standouts Nick Douglas and Justin Peebles. Douglas finished with eight points as the Seahorses seven-game winning streak came to an end. Robinson (Chesterfield/ Manchester), another player from the area, gave the Seahorses (17-6) ended the night with 16 points, including three 3-poiinters and 12 rebounds while team captain Brendan Cole paced the Prep League team with 24 points. Gill scored a team-high 23 points, including three treys, to

pace Benedictine while junior Robert Johnson chipped in with 15 points, nine rebounds and four assists. Gill also had 10 rebounds while Pilot and Clelin Ferrell (six points) had five rebounds apiece as the home team 48-29 rebound edge on the evening. “Coming into the game we knew since it was Senior Night we just wanted to leave it all out there on the court,” Gill explained. “We are not surprised that some of the role players stepped up, they are a pretty confident group and they were ready when we needed them. But I think the game changed on the pass for the dunk right before the half. It got the fans motivated and just kept us going throughout the second half.” Coppola, who will play at Louisiana-Monroe, helped out inside with eight rebounds while junior Raymon Minor, who suffered an eye injury

against John Marshall last Saturday, did not dress. Even though five regularseason road games remaining, the players and the coaches couldn’t help but feel the afterglow of the Senior Night victory. Churchwell reflected back on his seniors’ performance. “Pilot stepped into a starting role and plays big and goes hard,” Churchwell said. “Gorski in the past four or five games has done a great job inside and he has helped us with our communication on defense. “Gill brings us a little bit of everything – his shooting, his rebounding, his defense but most of all he is long and knows how to use his length on the court. “And Coppola, what can you say about him. I have been saying since Day 1, he is the best point guard in the area, bar none, and he is what holds us together and makes us go.”

“God brought me here for a reason,” Churchwell stated. “And I just try to do what he wants me to do, and with these players good things have happened, but I think most of all it is the fruit of their labor.” On Thursday the Cadets hit the road for a game at Virginia Episcopal. Benedictine finishes up the regular season with a game against Princeton Day School (Md.) on Feb. 16 in the Presidential Hoopfest and a three-day Sleepy Thompson Tournament (Feb. 21-23) at St. Alban’s. CHRISTCHURCH (17-6) ¬– Wallace 6, Douglas 8, Cole 24, Reed 6, Horbal 0, Robinson 16, Peebles 0, Burton 0. Totals 21 13-20 60. BENEDICTINE (25-2) — Shaheen 0, Johnson 15, Coppola 16, Gill 23, Gordon 0, Gorski 7, Pilot 3, Ortiz 0, Ferrell 6. Totals 28 8-13 70. Christchurch..... 20 8 14 18 -- 60 Benedictine....... 19 14 18 19 -- 70 3-point goals – C: Robinson 3, Douglas, Cole. B: Gill 3, Johnson 2, Pilot.


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Friday, Feb. 15 Smoke-free Bingo is held every third Friday night (beginning Feb. 15th) Powhatan Moose Lodge, Doors/Kitchen open at 6 p.m., Bingo 7 p.m. 4140 Old Buckingham Road. Powhatan, Va.

Saturday, Feb. 16 Goochland Middle School is having an indoor yard sale from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Grace Episcopal Church in Goochland Courthouse. Anyone wishing to donate to the yard sale may contact Paula

Carney at 804-708-0360 to arrange for donation, or send to GMS/GHS, attention Ms. Curfman. Proceeds to benefit the GMS/GHS student spring break trip to Paris. Please support our students! Ebenezer Baptist Church, 5011 St. Paul’s Church Road, will have an Evening in Black History on Saturday, Feb. 16, at 5 p.m. Your ears will be delighted with operatic sounds of Lyric Soprano Brittany Hicks followed by an interactive lecture from Dr. Cheryl Hicks. Dr. Hicks is an assistant professor of

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History at the University of North Carolina Charlotte and music by the Youth/Young Adult Choir of Little Zion Baptist Church of Powhatan VA. For more information call the church office at 804457-4432.

Tuesday, Feb. 19 The Crossings at University Park presents an evening with author, Robert B. Schaefer. Based on his book, Alzheimer’s The Identity Thief of the 21st Century, Mr. Schaefer will provide valuable information for the family care-partner.

He speaks from his heart and experience as a care provider for his wife diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s disease. The program will be from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Westin Richmond Hotel. Hors d’oeuvres will be served. Reservations are required, call (804) 554-1555. Goochland Relay for Life meeting Tuesday 2/19 at Co. 5 Firehouse, Fairgrounds Road. Planning Committee meets at 6 p.m., Team Captains and Members at 7 p.m.

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Goochland Boy Scout Troop 710 Annual Spaghetti Dinner and Auction at The Cub Adventure Camp - Dining Hall in Maidens Doors Open at 5 p.m. with Silent Auction Dinner served at 6 p.m. Live Auction begins at 6:45 p.m. Tickets: $8 Adults, $4 for 12 & under. Auction Highlight: Reconditioned 1987 Ford Bronco II. Tickets sold through Troop 710 ahead of time and also at the Door on evening of event.

The Goochland Tea Party will be holding their next general meeting on Thursday, Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. at the Grace Episcopal Church located at 2955 River Rd. West in Goochland. Guest speakers include Ben Slone (Goochland Republican Party) and Del. Bob Marshall from the 13th District. Topics will include the May 18 Republican Convention and how to be a delegate and a summary of the 2013 Virginia General Assembly.

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Residential for Rent ∫ HOUSES UNFURNISHED 3-Bed, 1-Bath House in Mech with Large yard. Central Heat & A/C. Close to 295. No Smoking/No Pets. Credit report needed. $825 deposit. Avail. March 15th. For Info and App call 781-0909.

Business & Service Directory HAULING Abandoned Junk Cars Wanted Pay $300 up to $1,000. Cash on the spot. No title needed. Same day pickup, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Free towing. Lic. salvage dealer & vehicle remover. 804-247-5263

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SMOKE-FREE Bingo Every 3rd Friday night (beginning Feb. 15th) Powhatan Moose Lodge, Doors/Kitchen open at 6:00 PM, Bingo 7:00 PM. 4140 Old Buckingham Road. Powhatan, Va.

Farmers’ Markets HORSES & CATTLE BOARDING, TRAINING & LESSONS West Equine Sales & Training, Llc at Applegarth Farm Manakin Sabot. Hunter/ Jumper trainer, Sarah West offers quality instruction & training at a great facility. School horses avail. Please call 804-690-5675

YARD & ESTATE SALES FINI ESTATE SALE Feb. 15-17, Daily 10 - 3 pm. 1690 Mellick Ridge Road, Manakin Sabot, 23103. Beautiful home in Dover Run. Vintage sideboard, 12 Chippendale dining room chairs, bedroom & living room furnishings. Two Garages filled with tools and garden equipment including motorized lawn vacuum. Equestrian items, tons of kitchen items, paintings and prints. See Pictures at www.finiestatesales.com

Recruitment Merchandise 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.

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TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS Drivers: Home Weekends! Pay up to $.40/mi. Chromed out Trucks with APU’s. 70% Drop & Hook. CDL-A 6mos. Exp. 877-705-9261 Apply: SmithDrivers.com

HEALTHCARE LPN needed for residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program in Cartersville, VA. 32 hrs./wk. with benefits, mainly evenings, some daytime, alternate Saturdays. Exp. w/co-occurring disorders or CPR, 1st Aid and MA instructor certificate a plus. Fax resume (804)375-3372 or call (804)3753443 Mon.-Fri. 9 A.M.-5 P.M.

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Farm Laborer Position Midwest Farms, LLC, has an opening for a Farm Laborer in Columbia, VA. Position is responsible for assisting Farm Manager in preventive maintenance and repair of feeding, watering, and ventilation systems for two large commercial poultry barns. Seeking candidates to be professional, energetic, and who enjoy working with animals. Requirements: ∂ Prefer 1-2 years experience on a farm or in an animal production. HVAC/Electrical/Plumbing knowledge a plus. ∂ Basic hand tool and power tool knowledge, mechanical ability. Able to follow directions and willingness to learn. ∂ Requires good hand-eye coordination and dexterity for egg packing. Good verbal & written communication skills. ∂ Ability to read and interpret documents. Ability to lift 60 lbs. repeatedly. Must be punctual and able to work independently. ∂ Must be courteous, cooperative & demonstrate a positive attitude. Work schedule varies – must be willing to work weekends. ∂ Prefer candidates living within - 15 minutes of farm. Benefits available. Starting pay is $8.00 - $10.00/hr depending on experience. If interested, please contact: Farm Manager 804-375-3026 or 434-292-9145

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8 temporary farmworkers needed for common field labor in flue-cured tobacco, corn, soybeans, cotton and other diversified crops in Lenoir County, North Carolina, for Faulkner Farms, LLC with work beginning on or about 03/15/2013 and ending on or about 12/19/2013. The job offered is for an experienced farmworker and requires minimum 1 month verifiable work experience in the crop activities listed. The minimum offered wage rate that workerswillbepaidis$9.68perhour.Workersmustcommittoworktheentire contract period. Workers are guaranteed work for 3/4 of the contract period, beginning with the first day the worker arrives at the place of employment. All work tools, supplies and equipment are provided at no cost to the worker. Housing will be provided to those workers who cannot reasonably return to their permanent residence at the end of each working day. Transportation and subsistence will be provided by the employer upon completion of 50% of the work contract, or earlier, to workers who are recruited outside the area of intended employment. Applicants must provide documentation that they are eligible legally to work in the United States. Applicants should report or send resumes to Division of Workforce Solutions, 2100 Presbyterian Ln., Kinston, NC 28501 (252) 526-4435 or the nearest local office of their State Workforce Agency, and reference job order #NC10168866. EOE. H-300-13019-169714.


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15 temporary farmworkers needed for common field labor in sod farming labor in Sampson County, North Carolina, for Jesse Wooten, Inc. with work beginning on or about 03/08/2013 and ending on or about 12/17/2013. The job offered is for an experienced farmworker and requires minimum 1 month verifiable work experience sod farming. The minimum offered wage rate that workers will be paid is $9.68 per hour. Workers must commit to work the entire contract period. Workers are guaranteed work for 3/4 of the contract period, beginning with the first day the worker arrives at the place of employment. All work tools, supplies and equipment are provided at no cost to the worker. Housing will be provided to those workers who cannot reasonably return to their permanent residence at the end of each working day. Transportation and subsistence will be provided by the employer upon completion of 50% of the work contract, or earlier, to workers who are recruited outside the area of intended employment. Applicants must provide documentation that they are eligible legally to work in the United States. Applicants should report or send resumes to Division of Workforce Solutions, 101 Hunt Valley Dr., Dunn, NC 28334 (910) 891-2915 or the nearest local office of their State Workforce Agency, and reference job order #NC10166907. EOE. H-300-13017-568242.

56 temporary farmworkers needed for common field labor in flue-cured tobacco, sweet potatoes, long green cukes, squash, cotton and other diversified crops in Sampson County, North Carolina, for John Hudson Farms with work beginning on or about 03/08/2013 and ending on or about 12/5/2013. The job offered is for an experienced farmworker and requires minimum 1 month verifiable work experience in the crop activities listed. The minimum offered wage rate that workers will be paid is $9.68 per hour. Workers must commit to work the entire contract period. Workers are guaranteed work for 3/4 of the contract period, beginning with the first day the worker arrives at the place of employment. All work tools, supplies and equipment are provided at no cost to the worker. Housing will be provided to those workers who cannot reasonably return to their permanent residence at the end of each working day. Transportation and subsistence will be provided by the employer upon completion of 50% of the work contract, or earlier, to workers who are recruited outside the area of intended employment. Applicants must provide documentation that they are eligible legally to work in the United States. Applicants should report or send resumes to Division of Workforce Solutions, 115 North Blvd., Clinton, NC 28328 (910) 592-5756 or the nearest local office of their State Workforce Agency, and reference job order #NC10166976. EOE. H-300-13018-313720.

4temporaryagequipmentoperatorsneededforgreenhouseworkandtocultivate and harvest soybeans, cotton, corn, wheat, oats, rye and other diversified crops in Sampson County, North Carolina, for N&L Farming, LLC with work beginning on or about 03/04/2013 and ending on or about 12/15/2013. The job offered is for a skilled operator and requires minimum 3 months verifiable work experience operating 200+hpfarmequipment.Applicantsmust possessproperand current driver’slicense.Theminimumofferedwageratethatworkerswillbepaidis$9.68 per hour. Workers must commit to work the entire contract period. Workers are guaranteed work for 3/4 of the contract period, beginning with the first day the workerarrivesattheplaceofemployment.Allworktools,suppliesandequipment are provided at no cost to the worker. Housing will be provided to those workers who cannot reasonably return to their permanent residence at the end of each working day. Transportation and subsistence will be provided by the employer upon completion of 50% of the work contract, or earlier, to workers who are recruited outside the area of intended employment. Applicants must provide documentation that they are eligible legally to work in the U.S. Applicants should report or send resumes to Div. of Workforce Solutions, 101 Hunt Valley Dr., Dunn, NC 28334 (910) 891-2915, or the nearest local office of their State Workforce Agency, and reference job order #NC10166187. EOE. H-300-13016-757197. 20 temporary farmworkers needed for common field labor in flue-cured tobacco, pickles, sweet potatoes, cotton and other diversified crops in Sampson County, North Carolina, for Arthur T. Lee and Double Lee Farms with work beginning on or about 03/08/2013 and ending on or about 11/28/2013. The job offered is for an experienced farmworker and requires minimum 1 month verifiable work experience in the crop activities listed. The minimum offered wage rate that workers will be paid is $9.68 per hour. Workers must commit to work the entire contract period. Workers are guaranteed work for 3/4 of the contract period, beginning with the first day the worker arrives at the place of employment. All work tools, supplies and equipment are provided at no cost to the worker. Housing will be provided to those workers who cannot reasonably return to their permanent residence at the end of each working day. Transportation and subsistence will be provided by the employer upon completion of 50% of the work contract, or earlier, to workers who are recruited outside the area of intended employment. Applicants must provide documentation that they are eligible legally to work in the United States. Applicants should report or send resumes to Division of Workforce Solutions, 101 Hunt Valley Dr., Dunn, NC 28334 (910) 891-2915 or the nearest local office of their State Workforce Agency, and reference job order #NC10166979. EOE. H-300-13018-038689.

4 temporary ag equipment operators needed to cultivate and harvest soybeans, cotton, corn, peanuts, wheat, oats, rye and other diversified crops in Bladen County, North Carolina, for Edwards Farms, Inc. with work beginning on or about 03/08/2013 and ending on or about 12/05/2013. The job offered is for a skilled operator and requires minimum 3 months verifiable work experience operating 200+ hp farm equipment. Applicants must possess proper and current driver’s license.Theminimumofferedwageratethatworkerswillbepaidis$9.68perhour. Workersmustcommittoworktheentirecontractperiod.Workersareguaranteed work for 3/4 of the contract period, beginning with the first day the worker arrives at the place of employment. All work tools, supplies and equipment are provided at no cost to the worker. Housing will be provided to those workers who cannot reasonably return to their permanent residence at the end of each working day. Transportationandsubsistencewillbeprovidedbytheemployeruponcompletion of 50% of the work contract, or earlier, to workers who are recruited outside the area of intended employment. Applicants must provide documentation that they are eligible legally to work in the U.S. Applicants should report or send resumes to Div. of Workforce Solutions, 401 Mercer Mill Rd., Elizabethtown, NC 28337 (910) 862-3255, or the nearest local office of their State Workforce Agency, and reference job order #NC10166917. EOE. H-300-13018-660652.

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TRUSTEE SALES NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 4479 Halls Rd., Mineral, Virginia 23117 (Goochland County, Virginia) In execution of a deed of trust, from WILLIAM F. SMITH and PEGGY S. SMITH, dated July 31, 1998, in the original principal amount of $80,062.64, recorded in the Clerk’s Office of the County of Goochland, Virginia, in Deed Book 389, at page 393, (Seth E. Twery having been appointed Substitute Trustee under Appointment of Substitute Trustee dated December 7, 2012, of record in said Clerk’s Office as Instrument Number 130000048), due to default in payment of the debt secured, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at public auction on the front steps of the Courthouse for the Circuit Court of Goochland, Virginia on the 26th day of February, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. that certain tract of real estate known as 4479 Halls Rd., Mineral, Virginia 23117 situated in the County of Goochland, Virginia, more particularly described as follows: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land lying in the Byrd District of Goochland County, Virginia, containing 4.16 acres and shown and described as "Lot G" on a certain plat of survey prepared by Kenneth M. Hart, P.LS., entitled "HADENSVILLE ESTATES, SECTION II", a copy of which is recorded in Subdivision Plat File 12 at page 51 of the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of Goochland County, Virginia. Reference to which is made for a more particular description. Included along with the real estate is a 1999 Country MA Mobile Home VIN No. NCFLW46AB07418CN13. Sale subject to all conditions, restrictions, reservations and easements, if any of record and now applicable thereto. Terms: At least 10% cash on day of sale; balance due within 30 days. FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: Seth E. Twery, Esq. Seth E. Twery, P.C. 715 Court St., 2nd Floor P.O. Box 185 Lynchburg, VA 24505-0185 (434)845-5285

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DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Goochland County Planning and Zoning THE GOOCHLAND COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING IN THE BOARD MEETING ROOM IN THE GOOCHLAND COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING LOCATED AT 1800 SANDY HOOK ROAD, GOOCHLAND, VIRGINIA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 ON THE FOLLOWING: Scheduled to begin at 7:00 p.m. District 4 CU-2012-00010 Application filed by Dennis and Cynthia Pryor requesting a Conditional Use Permit to allow a bed and breakfast and special events on 56 acres known as Dover Hall located at 1500 Manakin Road on Assessor Parcel Nos. 57-1-0-69-0 (GPIN 7706-84-7054) and 57-1-0-69-A (GPIN 7706-74-8068). The applicant plans to host weddings, business meetings, film production, fund raisers, and similar events on site. The properties are zoned A-2 (Agricultural, Limited). A Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 3, Sections 3.6 and 3.20 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as a Rural Enhancement Area. District 4 RZ-2012-00006 Application filed by NDIRT, LLC requesting zoning reclassification of 42.393 acres from A-2 (Agricultural, Limited) to B-1 (Business, General) on Assessor’s Parcel No. 59-1-0-41-0 (GPIN 7726-63-8915). The property is located east of Route 288 and is approximately 0.5 mile south of Broad Street Road (State Rte. 250) and adjoins West Creek Business Park. The applicant plans to develop the property for office, medical office, warehousing, retail shopping, hotel, or other related uses as permitted in B-1 Zoning District. The property is within an area designated as West Creek in the 2028 Comprehensive Plan. District 4 RZ-2012-00005 Application filed by Lynn Siewers and Ken O’Dell requesting zoning reclassification for twenty (20) acres from A-2 (Agricultural, Limited) to R-R (Residential, Rural) on Assessor’s Parcel No. 44-28-0-1-0 (GPIN 6787-34-2331). The property is located at 1924 Granite Trace Lane, approximately one mile west of the intersection with Cardwell Road and Sheppard Town road in the Dover Magisterial District. The applicant plans to divide the property into two lots each consisting of ten acres. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as a Rural Enhancement Area. District 4 CU-2013-00001 Application filed by McDonald’s USA, LLC requesting a Conditional Use Permit to construct and operate a fast food restaurant with drive thru located on a portion Assessor’s Parcel 47-1-43P (GPIN 7726-083555) in the Broadview Shopping Center at the corner of Broad Street Road and St. Matthews Lane in the Dover Magisterial District. The property is currently zoned B-1 (Business, General). The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 16, Section 3.11 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan recommends Commercial use. District 4 SIA-2012-01 Determination of whether the general location, character and extent of a proposed use of parcels located on Triple T Lane as a Bus Garage/Maintenance Facility is in substantial accord with the County’s 2028 Comprehensive Plan, pursuant to Virginia Code Section 15.2-2232. Goochland County is requesting a “substantial accord” finding for a proposed Public School bus garage/maintenance facility on Parcel No. 45-1-0-125-0 (GPIN 6797-58-9426) consisting of approximately 3.00 acres located along the west line of Triple T Lane approximately 500 feet north of Broad Street Road. The existing zoning on the parcel is M-2 (Industrial, General) with proffers. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan recommends Industrial use. District 1 SIA-2012-02 Determination of whether the general location, character and extent of a proposed use of parcels located on Three Chopt Road and Old Fredericksburg Road intersection as a Fire-Rescue Station is in substantial accord with the County’s 2028 Comprehensive Plan, pursuant to Virginia Code Section 15.2-2232. Goochland County is requesting a “substantial accord” finding for a proposed Fire-Rescue Station and telecommunication tower site on a portion of Parcel No. 6-1-0-32-0 (GPIN 6822-89-3900) consisting of approximately 7.5 acres located along the east line of Three Chopt Road and the west line of Old Fredericksburg Road approximately 500 feet south of Broad Street Road. The existing zoning on the parcel is A-1 (Agricultural, General). The 2028 Comprehensive Plan recommends Commercial use. Anyone may attend and express opinion on the above. A copy of any of the items scheduled for public hearing may be viewed at the County Administration Building, Department of Community Development, Planning and Zoning Office, each business day between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Meeting accommodations including interpreters are provided upon request. Telephone 556-5860 (TDD 711 (Virginia Relay)). E-mail address: countyadmin@co.goochland.va.us. Website: www.co.goochland.va.us

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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Goochland County Board of Supervisors will hold public hearings on Tuesday, March 5th, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the Goochland County Administration Building, Board Meeting Room Suite 250, 1800 Sandy Hook Rd., Goochland, VA on the following:

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a. Districts 3 & 5 CU-2012-00009 Application filed by National Communication Towers, LLC requesting a Conditional Use Permit to construct a telecommunication tower. The property is located on Assessor’s Parcel No. 55-1-0-93-C (GPIN 678564-9920) approximately 3/10 of a mile south of the Crozier Fire Department. The property is zoned A-2 (Agricultural, Limited). A Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 3, Section 3.30 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as a Rural Enhancement Area. b. District 4 CU-2012-00010 Application filed by Dennis and Cynthia Pryor requesting a Conditional Use Permit to allow a bed and breakfast and special events on 56 acres known as Dover Hall located at 1500 Manakin Road on Assessor Parcel Nos. 57-1-0-690 (GPIN 7706-84-7054) and 57-1-0-69-A (GPIN 7706-74-8068). The applicant plans to host weddings, business meetings, film production, fund raisers, and similar events on site. The properties are zoned A-2 (Agricultural, Limited). A Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 3, Sections 3.6 and 3.20 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as a Rural Enhancement Area.

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c. An Ordinance to Amend Section 11-33 (“Qualifications, Appointment, Removal, Terms and Compensation of Members of the Planning Commission”) of the Goochland County Code to Change the Composition of the Goochland County Planning Commission From Seven Members to Five Members. The above information/applications/plans/ordinances/resolutions/ amendments can be viewed in the County Administrator’s office, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Meeting accommodations, including interpreters, are provided upon request. TDD 556-5317. E-mail:countyadmin@co.goochland.va.us. Website www.co.goochland.va.us.

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