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WeatherBug fund raising goal closer Rotary donates $3,000 to Byrd E.S. weather station site By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Byrd Elementary School thirdgrader Ben McCray is a giant step closer to realizing his goal of opening a WeatherBug station at his school after the Goochland Rotary Club last week made a $3,000 donation to the project. Rotary President Joy Kline made the presentation in a brief ceremony at the school last Wednesday. The donation was made in honor

of Rev. Donald Trent of nearby Second Union Baptist Church, who passed away February 7 of this year. “He embodied service above self,” said Kline of Rev. Trent. “Because of Dr. Trent’s relationship with the mentoring program here and at Goochland Elementary School we thought it would be very fitting to make a contribution that would match what the School Board had done.” she said. Ben needs about $10,000 to get the project off the ground, said Bruce Watson, Director of Career and Technical Education in a previous interview, so he’s well on his way to see Donation > page 4

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Annette Thompson gets a kiss from Ruffy. Neighbor James Balsley brought his dog over with him when he came by to check on Thompson the day after a fire destroyed her home on Tabscott Road.

Neighbors pitch in to help burnt out homeowner By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

As Annette Thompson waited last Wednesday afternoon for the insurance adjuster to arrive a couple drove up her driveway. Thompson, whose home at 3501 Tabscott Road in western Goochland County was gutted in a huge fire the day before, didn’t know them. They didn’t know her either but Marvin and Mary Long had driven all the way from Chesterfield County to

meet Thompson and write her a check. “We just wanted to make a little donation,” said 73-year old Marvin as his wife wrote out the check and handed it to Thompson. “We’ve had a few dogs.” Thompson tried to interest them in taking home a male yellow lab when she learned they didn’t have a dog. It’s been like that since her home burned March 26. Folks come by to offer help, drop off dog food or see what they can do. The fire that damaged her home was reported at 2:46 p.m., said Goochland

Fire and rescue chief Bill MacKay and was brought under control about an hour later. Goochland units, assisted by firefighters from Fluvanna and Cumberland counties fought the blaze. MacKay said it was believed the fire was started by some ashes cleaned out of a wood stove and discarded in a bucket near the house. The fire caused heavy damage to the second floor and smoke, heat and water damage to the first floor. Goochland Animal Control Officer see Fire > page 4

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Byrd Elementary School third-grader Ben McCrae accepts a check for $3,000 from Goochland Rotary Club President Joy Kline to be used for the establishment of a WeatherBug station at his school, which would transmit live weather information and photos to the popular internet weather information site.


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GFCFS Clothes Closet welcomes spring season New look, great bargains and a great cause Contributed Report

It’s the time of year when nature unfurls it’s tightly held buds and leaves, causing our hearts and outlook to brighten. Spring is in the air and many folk are preparing to declutter and clean their houses. GFCFS hopes people will keep them in mind while doing spring cleaning. Box up those unwanted items and donate them to the Clothes Closet. The Clothes Closet provides Goochland county residents in need with clothing, housewares, shoes, appliances, and more. Tax receipts are available. A good spring cleaning project pro-

duces more than just a dustfree existence! The Clothes Closet is a program of Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services whose mission is to provide access to health care and basic human services for the Goochland community. It is supported generously by donations from the public. The Clothes Closet also sells to the public, and those funds are reinvested into all of GFCFS’ services. The Clothes Closet has just completed spring cleaning and welcomes customers and clients to come in and shop for their new spring look. From clothing and household items to jewelry and more, the Clothes Closet is loaded with great deals for every shopper. “We’re really running low on items for our thrift store”, said Charlotte

Bennett, manager. Charlotte said she thinks “the reason our store is getting fewer donations isn’t because people are less generous, but because of the abundance of thrift stores in the community nowadays. It used to be we were about the only place in town for people to take things that they didn’t want any more but that were too good to just toss in the trash,” Charlotte said. “Other nonprofit organizations have opened thrift stores recently. I realize those agencies do good work, but we are the only place for our clients to receive free items when they’re really in need.” People come in to donate things they no longer need or want, but also stay and shop for items like clothing in the sizes their children are now wearing. see Clothes > page 8

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U.S. Marine Corps JROTC program approved for GHS By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

The U. S. Marine Corps has notified Goochland schools that they are authorized to open a JROTC unit in FY 2014, Superintendent James Lane told the School Board last week. “You can imagine how ecstatic we are about that,” said Lane, who indicated that as recently as two months ago the school division had been told that due to sequestration, opening a unit would be impossible. “Goochland is number one on the list to get a new program,” said Lane, who talked recently with Co. James D. Leanard (Ret.), director of the Region 6 Marine Corps JROTC program. “We will be responsible for the cost of the personnel,” said Lane. “The ballpark of the staff costs will be about $130,000,” he said. The Marine Corps would provide equipment and uniforms for the program. Lane said although the intitial thought was to start the pro-

from the current seven point scale, in order to make the division more competitive with other systems. “Frankly, there’s a lot of money at stake, when it come to some of these students after high school,” said Assistant Superintendent of Instruction Stephen Geyer. Geyer said more than half of colleges and universities do not recalculate GPAs from a non 10 point scale to a 10 point scale, possibly affecting the awarding of scholarships. A survey showed that seventy five percent of Goochland faculty favor moving to a 10 point scale, said Geyer. Lane said changing the scale would also likely result in increased graduation rates. “There are kids who have missed by one point,” he said. Goochland grading “I’m a large supporter of a 10 scale may change point scale.” Lane said this information In other business the Board item would be brought back heard a presentation on changbefore the Board for a vote at ing to a 10 point grading scale their April 9 meeting.

gram in the fall of 2013, time constraints made planning to begin the program in fall 2014 more likely. Calling this a “pinch me moment,” School Board Chairman John Wright said “We really didn’t think this was going to happen a week ago.” Director of Career and Technical Education Bruce Watson told the Board that there were two Marine Corps instructors who were interested in relocating to Virginia for the program and that he had contacted them and invited them to visit. Watson told board members that Marine Corp regulations require enrollment to be about 10 percent of the student body but that the school would have three to five years to reach that level.

Tea party to raise scholarship funds Contributed Report

The Richmond Chapter of the National P. Buckley Moss Society will host its annual scholarship benefit on May 4, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the historic Tanglewood Ordinary in Goochland. Proceeds from the sixth annual event will establish the Moss on the James Endowment Scholarship in conjunction with the P. Buckley Moss Foundation for Children’s Education. The Moss on the James Scholarship will be awarded annually to a Virginia student attending an in-state college or university who is majoring in special education or art education and plans on teaching in a Virginia public school. The foundation promotes art in the class-

room and helps children with learning disabilities to succeed in school and life. It is named for artist Pat Moss, who — after moving to the Shenandoah Valley — began incorporating Amish and Mennonite elements into her art. Moss, herself dyslexic, has become a role model for the learning impaired. This year’s tea party will feature Moss and tea mistress Becky Lillywhite discussing the elegance of an afternoon English tea party. Other highlights will include a hat contest, the auction of a Sara Sue hat, a silent auction and the availability of specially priced Tanglewood Ordinary prints by Moss. Pat Moss will autograph the black and see Tea party > page 9

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achieving his fund raising goal. School Superintendent Dr. James Lane said a WeatherBug station at Byrd E.s. would be a great help to him. “It would personally help me make decisions about snow closings,” he said. “We get more snow in the western part of the county.” Byrd E.S., in Hadensville. is located further west than any other county school. Lane complimented Ben on his efforts. “It took you to make the spark to make this happen,” he said.

Fire continued from > page 1 Tim Clough said none of the dogs housed at the rescue operation run by Thompson had been injured in the fire. They are housed in a separate kennel facility and will not have to be moved, he said. Only one cat was unaccounted for, said Thompson. Now she is just trying to adjust to the reality of losing her home. But she says she won’t abandon the 75 dogs she is taking care of. “Oh yeah, I can live in the kennel building,” said the retired Richmond City police officer, who is also dealing with the loss of her husband Bill just last month. Also a retired Richmond officer, he was 79. “He’d been fighting heart

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Rev. Trent’s son Steve Trent, himself pastor of Center Union Church, thanked Ben and the Rotary as well in his remarks. Watson said he was pleased with the donation. “The Goochland Rotary Club continues to be an outstanding advocate of the Goochland County Schools with their continuing support of so many of our wonderful programs. The club’s donation of $3,000 to the Weatherbug project championed by BES student Ben McCray is the latest example of support. With this donation, the Weatherbug is much closer to becoming Photo by Ken Odor a reality for our students and WeatherBug guru Ben McCrae waves to his parents as Byrd Enrichment Teacher Glenda community,” he said Hawk talks about the $3,000 donation from the Goochland Rotary Club to the project.

problems,” said Thompson. “Losing him was awful hard. I can’t even describe it.” At times she says she’s almost ready to give it up and move back to her native Texas. “I’ve come about this close to giving up and moving but I can’t give up my dogs,” she said, holding her thumb and forefinger about an inch apart. Thompson has had problems with her rescue operation. She was assessed $475 in fines in April 2011 after being convicted on six counts of inadequate animal care by owner for offenses in 2009. She pled not guilty to the charges but waived a jury trial in Goochland Circuit Court. As the afternoon waned, others came by. Neighbor James Balsley drove up in his pickup to see what he could do, accompanied by his pug, Ruffy. And a local business in the neighborhood is also pitching in to help Thompson get through the loss of her home and keep her rescue operation going. Master Collision Center at nearby Georges Tavern said it plans to collect donations to Photos by Ken Odor help her. Located at 5280 River Annette Thompson stands in the rear doorway of her home on Tabscott Road last week after a Rd West, they can be reached at fire destroyed it. She vowed to stay on site to take care of her animals. 804 385-8491.


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Community raising money for Bolivian orphanage Contributed Report

Alex Fruth’s AP Human Geography students at Goochland High School are commencing a fundraiser for an orphanage in Bolivia called “Stansberry Children’s Home.� The class plans on raising funds through donut sales and will be taking pre-orders for Crispy Kreme donuts the week of April 8. The high school students are participating in the school system’s G21 (Goochland 21st Century Skills) program, which requires the use of technology in education. “The objective of the fundraiser� said Renae Townsend, ESL (English as Second Language) teacher, “is to help students collaborate together for a good cause

and to develop empathy by becoming globally involved.� There is plenty of Goochland community collaboration in this fundraiser. Several of the involved Goochland community members are GMS parent Cynthia Stansberry, DVM; Ann Casey, director of Goochland CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates); and Renae Townsend, ESL teacher in Goochland. Dr. Stansberry’s grandparents, Elena and John Stansberry, founded the Stansberry Children’s Home in Bolivia in 1954. Through this connection, Renae Townsend and sister Jennette Townsend, traveled to Bolivia two years ago. Ann Casey, who has her MA in Early Childhood, is donating preschool materials

to this endeavor as well as her own designed corresponding teacher’s guide. Fruth has generously offered his AP Human Geography class as the venue for this fund raiser. As part of the G21 project, Fruth’s students have worked together on a solution for sending donated materials to the orphanage in Bolivia. “With community collaboration,� Fruth said, “we hope to be able to send Ms. Casey’s preschool materials to the Stansberry Children’s Home by the end of this school year.� Anyone interested in contributing to this community fundraiser and ordering Crispy Kreme donuts the week of April 8 can conContributed Photo tact Alex Fruth at his email Jennette Townsend poses with orphans at the Stansberry Children’s Home in Bolivia. Jennette and address: afruth@glnd.k12. her sister Renae, an ESOL teacher for Goochland County, traveled to the orphanage two years ago. va.us.

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A family gift More than 50 years ago I received a special gift from my father. It was on a Christmas morning and the present was one that in those days marked a milestone in a boy’s life. Got an idea what it might have been? You may have guessed it. A boy’s first rifle. In my case a Stevens single shot bolt action .22 in a shortened action designed for a youngster. Most likely Dad bought it at Sears or maybe Montgomery Ward or Western Auto. At any rate, since it was before the Gun Control Act of 1968, he wouldn’t have had to fill out any paperwork at all. That Stevens is long gone and I remember the day I parted with it. Home on leave from the Air Force a few years later I remember walking down the sidewalk on Hull Street in Southside Richmond with every gun I owned slung over my shoulder. Down to the local pawn shop. I needed some money so that my best friend, also home on leave (from the Marine Corps), and I could entertain ourselves and I had decided to part with about the only items of value I possessed to raise some cash. I parked a block or two from the shop and I must have presented a fearsome sight, since I didn’t have a case for any of the weapons. Today such a parade might be cause for some attention from

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the police but back then I hardly thought about it. Well, I sold that Stevens and several other firearms, all gifts from Dad, Granddad or various uncles. But I still have the old shotgun that Dad used to hunt rabbits and squirrels and the .22 rifle that great-uncle Albert kept on his farm in Spout Spring. I’m planning on giving them to my son, who lives in California. Thing is, under legislation now under consideration in Congress, someone will have to fill out form 4473 at a gun shop in order to get that transfer done. That provision is about all that’s left after the lengthy gun control debate of this spring. Universal background checks will be required on all firearms transfers, even between family members. Virginia’s two senators are on board, I understand. Passage in the U.S. Senate seems likely, although what will happen in the House of Representatives remains to be seen. I’m curious as to what our readers think of the bill in question, which is due for a vote in the Senate next week. Or you may offer your opinions about the gun control question in general. A letter to the editor provides a good opportunity to share your thoughts. -Ken Odor

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It was an Easter Eggstravaganza on Saturday, March 30 at the Goochland Family YMCA. More than 150 children participated in the Y’s 5th Annual Easter Egg Hunt. The eager children couldn’t wait for YMCA Teen Leaders’ Club Member, Erica Herrera to say the magic words, “On your mark, get set, go!” Then with their pastel colored wicker baskets, plastic buckets and even grocery bags, children of all ages searched for all the eggs they could carry while their parents cheered them on. The Y wants to thank all Y members who were in attendance and Parks and Recreation for contributing eggs and candy that helped make the event possible.

Letters to the Editor New leaders acting like Writer thanks ‘good old boys?’ Goochland voters The letter by Niels Hagglund (Open letter to the Board of Supervisors, Goochland Gazette, Thursday, March 28, 2013) about the non-residential use of Dover Hall reminds me of some of the same old issues that Goochland residents have faced for years. The “good old boys” are all gone. The Board of Supervisors should have always made its decisions as transparent as spring water. Our newer leaders must not fall into the same pattern of favoring the developer or the large landowner over the little guys. The “good old boys” got the county into a real mess with poor oversight and many decisions that were made in the back room. The new leaders need to be out there explaining each and every decision and need to provide a rational argument why they favor or do not favor an issue. We not only deserve this but we demand it. Ike Koziol Manakin-Sabot

Goochland County’s schedule of town hall meetings has concluded. Certainly the ones I attended were informative and transparent. My personal congratulations and thanks to Rebecca Dickson, the County Administrator, and her staff along with Dr. James Lane, Ph.D., the new school superintendent for their fine presentations regarding the County’s current status and budget plans for the upcoming year. However, the real thanks goes to the voting public who, in November a year ago, voted to reformulate the Boards of Supervisors and Education into more coordinated, cohesive and responsive bodies, without which Goochland’s future would be far less promising than it is today. Bob Rich Centerville

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CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, don’t get sidetracked this week because coworkers are expecting your full attention and effort at the office. You may need to juggle a few responsibilities for the time being. LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, make sure you comments are not misinterpreted this week. Someone might take something the wrong way, so choose your words carefully. VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Virgo, you may be feeling great physically, but there is a nagging problem that you simply cannot identify. Give it time and it will come to the surface.

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CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, write things down this week before you say them to be sure you have everything correct. This will help you when you need to make an important announcement. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, you may feel like escaping to a fantasy world, but that does not mean the pressing matters will simply disappear. A vacation may recharge your batteries. PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 You are in much better shape than you think you are, Pisces. So don’t be too hard on yourself this week. It is alright to put your feet up.

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ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 Aries, some conflicting signals from a friend this week might seem like trouble is ahead. But it’s more likely that your perception of the situation is a little off.


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William Roger Cross, 86, of Goochland Va., went to his Heavenly Father on March 30, 2013. He was son of Eunice Cross Madeline and William Wallace Cross. He was predeceased by his wife, Louise Elizabeth Cross; brothers, Wallace Cross, Roy Cross; and sister Barbara Bare. He joined the Navy in 1943 and retired as an E-6 Air Traffic Controller in 1964. He was awarded the Good Conduct Medal (4th award), Presidential Unit Citation, Navy Unit Commendation, Asiatic-Pacific, American Theater, Korean Campaign Medals, WWII Victory Medal;

United Nations Service Medal, Japanese Occupation Medal. William served his country in WWII at Iwo Jima and other Pacific Islands, Korean and early Vietnam. He was passionate to his Lord, service, family and country. He was a gifted musician and teacher. He is survived by sons, Roger Cross (June), David Cross (Susie); daughters, Dee Rose and Pamela Null (Victor); seven grandchildren, Richard, Robert and Mike Cross, Amber Null, Kimberly Weflen, Victor Null, and Christine Garten; 12 great- grandchildren, that were the light of his life. Remains rest at the Norman Funeral Home, Goochland, Va., where the family received friends Tuesday, April 2, 2013. A funeral service was held Wednesday, April 3, 2013 at

    

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Lewis John Galusha Lewis, Jr., went to be with the Lord on Saturday, March 30, 2013. He was born July 20, 1948, in Petersburg, the son of the late Lewis John G. Lewis and Lucy Crawford Baskerville Lewis, both of Dinwiddie County, Va. Lewis was a graduate of Virginia Tech, where he studied architecture. He was also a certified interior designer. After graduation, he established a practice in Richmond, specializing in environmentally sensitive, solar and conservative design. He considered his work a Christian mission to conserve God’s creation, striving to use talent and perseverance to create designs that protected the environment and non-renewable resources. He co-founded the Virginia Solar Energy Association in 1976, the first chapter of the American Section, International Solar Energy Society. He wrote and published the Virginia Solar Energy News Letter, established the Richmond Chapter of VSEA, and the Architecture & Construction Division of the American Section which

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published technical abstracts for national symposia. Lewis also served on energy and solar advisory committees for the Virginia Department of Agriculture, Virginia Office of Housing, the Office of Emergency & Energy Services and the City of Richmond. He received numerous awards for his work, including the Governor’s Energy Award, the Virginia Energy Innovation Award, and the U.S. Department of Energy Innovation Award. Several of his award-winning projects incorporated solar and fireplace heat storage in walls and floors and he designed many solar and energy conservation projects, including the award winning symbolic and sculptural earth-bermed Pamplin Park Interpretative Center. He was named one of the “Men and Women Under Forty Who Are Changing America� by Esquire magazine. Most recently, he received the 2013 Marcellus Wright Jr. Award from the AIA Richmond in recognition of his contributions to professional excellence in the Commonwealth of Virginia. He served as chairman of the Virginia Society AIA Energy Committee and facilitated numerous grants for a multitude of programs to educate fellow professionals in energy conservation. He received a National Endowment for the Arts and U.S. Department of Energy grant to study energy conservation opportunities by manipulating build-

ing shape, and conducted the research in the Virginia Tech wind tunnel. His innovative designs were recognized with awards from the Construction Specifications Institute, American Concrete Institute, Virginia Society AIA, Virginia Masonry Association, and the U.S. Department of Energy. He also served on Petersburg’s Historic Architectural Review Board. Throughout his career, he designed numerous reuse solutions for recycling existing buildings and his contributions were honored by the Historic Petersburg Foundation and Hopewell Preservation. Lewis served his community in other ways, including membership in the Richmond First Club, Leadership Metro Richmond, Goochland Leadership Enterprise, the National Park Service Greenway Taskforce, West Grace Street Taskforce, Citizens Concerned with Goochland Growth, and the Goochland Water Quality Roundtable. He served for eight years on Goochland’s Design Review Committee. He worked to protect the rural character of Goochland through advocacy for the preservation of natural and historic resources, including protection of the scenic James River view shed, reduction of night sky light pollution through Dark Sky initiatives and creation of historic districts to protect view sheds. He enjoyed cooking at home and in volunteer efforts, including several cooking teams at St. James’s Episcopal Church. He

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totally restocking and decorating the store for Spring. The grand Spring Reopening starts this week. So come celebrate and help the community of Goochland celebrate spring as well. To learn more about GFCFS attend a �Seeing is Believing� tour held twice monthly. The 45 minute behind the

also served lunches at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church during its Lenten Lunch program. He and his daughter were active participants in the James River Batteau Festival, camping and floating for eight days on the batteau Rose of Nelson from Lynchburg to Maidens. His interests were varied, including attending sports car races with his son and attending his children’s athletic events as well as art and architecture lectures. Saltwater fishing with his children in Beaufort, N.C. was a cherished annual ritual each summer. He is survived by his mother; a sister, Lucy Baskerville Lewis of Richmond; and two children, John G. Lewis III and Martha Worthington Abernathy Lewis; and his former wife, Joan Abernathy Neal, all of Richmond. A graveside service will be held 12 noon Wednesday, April 3 at Blandford Cemetery in Petersburg. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, April 6 at St. James’s Episcopal Church in Richmond. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to St. James’s Episcopal Church, 1205 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va. 23220.

Tyler Mr. Daryl Mason Tyler, of Goochland, Va., departed this life Saturday, March 23, 2013. He leaves to cherish his memory, his wife, Lil Tyler; see Obituaries > page 9

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continued from > page 3 white prints at the event. There will be set of wooden ornaments made by Glenn Crider, designer of the 1996 U.S. Postal Christmas Nutcracker stamps, on sale at the tea party. The cost for the tea party is $32 ($20 is tax deductible). Tickets are available through Cindy Alvis, Moss on the James Treasurer, 1687 Alvis Road, Manakin Sabot, VA 23103. For additional information, contact Alvis at (804) 784-1288 or cacmolscrapper@aol.com.

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continued from > page 8 his daughters, Tina Jackson (Aubrey) and DeShonda Tyler; and his son, Delonta Tyler; grandchildren, Travis, Kaleb and Lauren Jackson, Malachi Tyler and Jamond Morris; his mother, Cecelia Tyler; sisters, Shari Trent (Douglas), Johnna Davis (Robert); brother, Varanis Tyler (Wendy); mother-inlaw, Constance Mormon; sister-in-law, Cynthia Allen (Joseph); and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains rest at the Robert Mealy Funeral Home, Goochland, Va. Funeral services were held Friday, March 29, 2013, 2 p.m. at the Antioch Baptist Church, 4712 River

1987. The society, with a membership of approximately 15,000 collectors of Moss art, has 38 active chapters. Begun in 1995, the P. Buckley Moss Foundation for Children’s Education is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to helping children with learning disabilities to succeed in school and in life. The foundation encourages the use of the visual and performing arts in all educational programs, especially those involving children who learn differently. It hosts an annual teachAbout Tanglewood ers’ conference, a forum for Ordinary: sharing art-based education Tanglewood Ordinary is methods and grants awards located in Goochland at 2210 to teachers and students. River Road West in Maidens. The log cabin is listed on the Virginia and National Landmark Registers. Church in Richmond’s Church Hill. In 2009, proceeds benefitted Scotchtown in Hanover County, home of Virginia’s first governor, Patrick Henry. In 2010 and 2011, tea parties provided Riverside School, a not-for-profit in Richmond that provides special education for dyslexic students, with a SmartBoard for a classroom and established a student scholarship. In 2012, proceeds went to the Massey Cancer Center to support research.

Since the inception of the annual tea party, the Richmond chapter has raised more than $30,000 for community organizations that About the P. Buckley contribute to the well being Moss Society: of the Richmond metropolitan community. The P. Buckley Moss In 2008, the tea party sup- Society was established in ported St. John’s Historical

Road West, Goochland, Va. Church in Montpelier, Va. Interment church cemetery. and a member of the DAR. Her spirit and love for life Steele will live on through the many beautiful arts and crafts that Karla E. Steele, of she made including jewelry Montpelier, passed away and knitting, many of which peacefully, after a long, cou- she gifted to friends and famrageous battle with breast ily members. She was a faithcancer, on March 24, 2013, ful wife and devoted mother surrounded by her family and whose strong will during her close friends. She was born illness provided her family on December 2, 1952 and with strength and inspiration. is survived by her husband, During her many years as a Michael W. Steele; daughter, dental assistant, she showed Lauren M. Steele of Virginia great compassion for her Beach, Va.; brothers, Garland patients and always enjoyed E. Eubank and Gary P. Eubank conversing with them. She of Goochland, Va. She was will be greatly missed by preceded in death by her many. A funeral service was father, Edsel E. Eubank; and held on Thursday, March mother, Garland Dair Eubank. 28, 2013 at Church of Our She was a member of Church Saviour, 17102 Mountain of Our Saviour, Episcopal Road, Montpelier, Va. with

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New law declares parental rights ‘Fundamental’ By Shelby Mertens Capital News Service

Starting July 1, parents in Virginia will have “a fundamental right to make decisions concerning the upbringing, education, and care” of their children. Gov. Bob McDonnell signed two identical bills on the issue: House Bill 1642, sponsored by Delegate Brenda Pogge, RWilliamsburg; and Senate Bill 908, sponsored by Sen. Bryce Reeve, R-Fredericksburg. The bills formally declare parental rights as fundamental, meaning they will have the highest level of legal protection. “The bill is pro-emotive

and will not change any laws in Virginia,”Pogge said.“It will, however, prevent parental rights from being eroded through potential court actions. I am very happy that it was passed and signed. It was important to a lot of people.” The purpose of the legislation is to prevent Virginia courts from ruling parental rights as “ordinary” rights. Fundamental means these rights cannot be taken away unless the state has a compelling reason to do so. When rights are ordinary, the state has more leeway in overriding parents decisions. Parental rights includes any legal obligations that go with

being a parent, such as the right to custody or visitation, the right and obligation to provide financial support, and the obligation to provide the child with proper care and supervision. Although the Virginia Supreme Court has declared parental rights as fundamental in every case it has considered, the General Assembly had never before defined what level of protection parents have. Both HB 1642 and SB 908 were approved by split votes in the House and Senate. Republicans overwhelmingly favored the measures while Democrats generally opposed them.

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Virginia War Memorial’s 2nd Annual Run-Walk To Remember set for April 6 New route and all day activities planned to honor U.S. military

Congratulations to Bob and Gilda Jones on 60 years of marriage. On April 3, 1953 they were married in Alberta, Virginia. Bob was a long time employee with Virginia Farm Bureau. Gilda was a career teacher for 24 years. The couple have one daughter, one son and one granddaughter. Bob enjoys playing golf and Gilda volunteers with Goochland County organizations.

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Hundreds of runners and walkers, including many in military uniforms, will take part in the 2nd Annual Virginia War Memorial 5K Run-Walk to Remember, Saturday, April 6 starting at 8 a.m. The purpose of the Memorial 5K is to honor and remember the sacrifices of America’s veterans and active military personnel and all proceeds support the Virginia War Memorial Educational Foundation to help fund the Memorial’s many educational and patriotic programs and events. According to Candi Shelton, the Memorial’s education director, participants in this year’s Run-Walk will enjoy a new route from the War Memorial on South Belvidere Street through Oregon Hill and historic Hollywood Cemetery. “We hope everyone – from children and their parents to dedicated marathoners – will come and take part in our 5K Run-Walk to Remember. It is truly a fun event and a great way to show our appreciation for those men and women who protect the precious freedoms all Americans enjoy,” Shelton said. The event will include a ½ mile Kid’s Fun Run for ages 12 and under and a Wheelchair Race prior to the start of the 5K Run-Walk. Registration categories include Adult, Youth (ages 13-15), Kids (12 and under) and Active Military. Awards will be presented in each category. Participants can register online at www.vawarmemorial.org or in person at the Memorial. Following the 5K Run-Walk, the Memorial will host the Veterans Transition Fair from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. This free, family-friendly

event will include medical screenings, legal and career counseling services for recent military veterans plus military vehicles, food and more. “We wish to thank our major sponsor, McGuireWoods, our race sponsors Union First Market Bank, Priority Automotive, Shoosmith Industries, and our media partners, the Richmond Times-Dispatch and BOOMER magazine, for helping us honor our U.S. military,” Shelton added. Other sponsors are Richmond Roadrunners Club, Chik-Fil-A Stratford Hills, and Disco Sports.

About the Virginia War Memorial The Virginia War Memorial’s mission is to Honor our Veterans, Preserve our History, Educate our Youth and Inspire Patriotism in All. Dedicated in 1956, the Memorial includes the names of the nearly 12,000 Virginia heroes who gave the ultimate sacrifice during World War II, Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf and the Global War on Terror. Situated on over four acres overlooking downtown Richmond and the James River at 621 South Belvidere St., the Virginia War Memorial also includes the Paul and Phyllis Galanti Education Center which houses military-related exhibits, programs and theaters showing the award-winning Virginians At War video series and the virtual reality film, Into Battle. The Virginia War Memorial Educational Foundation is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization dedicated to the support of the educational and patriotic programs of the Memorial. Donations to the Foundation from individuals, corporations, veterans groups and other organizations may be tax-deductible and are encouraged and appreciated. Donate online at www.vawarmemorial.org.

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Friday, April 5

American legion Post 215 will be having a Yard/Bake sale begins at 8 a.m. at 3386 River Road West. Table rental is $10.00.Call Jan at 749-3231 or Mary at 784-5143 for more information. Youth of Gum Spring United Methodist Church are having a Yard Sale from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m to raise funds for their summer mission trip. You may donate and come to buy. Call 804-556-3494 for more information. Civil War & Emancipation Day 2013 is from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This year’s Civil War & Emancipation Day provides free admission to all of the more than 25 participating sites and activity centers and offers an array of informative walking tours and presentations. Free shuttle service provided. For more information visit: http://civilwar. emancipationday.net

“Daughters of Divine Power” Women Ministry will host Once Upon An Apron with our focus ‘The Ties That Bind’. Matthew 18:18. Come and see what God has for you! Sunday, April 7 Join us Friday, April 5 and April 12 at the Goochland Library Benefit concert at Forest at 7 p.m. Facilitator Minister Helen Payne. Contact 804-543- Grove Baptist Church at 2:30 p.m. to raise funds for the 8452. purchase a van for H.F. East. ZUMBA For Life sponsored Come out and have a wonby Life Changers Relay For Life derful afternoon listening to team. Great way to try out Gospel music and fellowship. Zumba fun and support a great Some of the participants are: cause at Life Assembly Church James Waldrop, Gene Nelson, on Cardwell Road on Friday Lois Duke, Courtney Williams, from 6 to 7 p.m. Donations Stuart Trice and others. Saturday, April 13 requested at the door.

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Women and Drama Ministries Sunday, April 14 presents “Women In God’s Plan”, a dramatization of the Enjoy a Slice For Life fundWomen of the Bible, 4 p.m., raising event for Goochland at 994 Three Chopt Rd., Relay for Life at Capriccio’s Manakin-Sabot. Pizza from 3 to 7p.m. located at TJ Maxx Shpg Ctr on West A yard sale will be held Broad St. A portion of all to benefit Mount Gilead sales will support Relay For Baptist Preschool. The sale Life Goochland. will be held in Goochland Purple Hearts relay Team on River Road (near Wells will be hosting a Singspiration Fargo/Wachovia) from 8 to 1 at 6 p.m. at Mt. Gilead Baptist p.m. Lots of great items and Church, 4768 Shannon Hill all proceeds from the yard Road, (Rt. 605) featuring sale will benefit the preschool “ Just Us” County Gospel fund and preschool scholar- Music and “Studabb Trice”. ship fund. An offering will be taken to Relay For Life Yardsale benefit the American Cancer being held on front field of Society. For more informaGHS River Rd West from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $10 a space, call 337-1429 for informaiton.

The K-Cettes, Knights of Columbus Council 395’s Ladies Auxiliary, will hold a Craft and Bake sale inside the Columbian Center, 2324 Pump Road from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. This year’s philanthropy is “Saint Francis Home,” a home which “provides high-quality residential and assisted care and services for older adults of limited financial means in a home-like environment where independence, dignity, and self world are nurtured.” Bring your family for some lunch or a snack, and you may even find the perfect gift for Mothers’ Jerusalem Baptist Church Day or Fathers’ Day.

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Saturday, April 20 Goochland Baptist Church is hosting Trucks ‘n’ Such a community event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. All sorts of trucks, tractors, antiques, and much more will be on display. Children and their families can explore, learn about, touch, and even climb into some of the vehicles on display. The event is free and this includes lunch. Bring the whole family for a great time. For more information call, 749-3522.

Goochland Recreational Center Inc. 33rd Annual Testimonial Banquet Honoring Mr. Clyde A. Hughes, Jr., 2455 Sandy Hook Road,(Rt. 522), Goochland, Virginia 23063 From 6 p.m. RSVP April 12, 2013. For questions and ticket information contact: The Ways & Means/ Testimonial Banquet Committee, Jane J.Allen-Bowles,Chairperson/ Program Coordinator 804-5563946, Eva C. Anthony, Co-Chairperson 804-556-4515, Sandra T. Thompson, Co-Chairperson, 804-556-0601 Richard J. Taylor, President.

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Beaumont population increases By Roslyn Ryan Powhatan Today Editor

As Virginia continues to see a systemwide decline in the population of its juvenile correctional system, a number of facilities— including one recently in Hanover County— have been closed. It’s all part of what Department of Juvenile Justice spokesman Greg Davy describes as a plan to “reorganize and condense” operations, but some parents of residents housed

at the soon-to-be-shuttered Oak Ridge facility in Chesterfield have expressed concerns about the move. Oak Ridge, part of a complex that also includes the Bon Air Juvenile Correctional Center and the system’s Reception and Diagnostic Center, houses young people with special needs, all between the ages of 11 and 20. The population of that facility—39 young see Beaumont > page 16

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Youth movement hits court for GHS boys

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The Goochland boys tennis team will be extremely young and inexperienced this season but not lacking in drive and motivation. The Bulldogs squad will feature one junior and 12 sophomores.

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To say that the Goochland High School boys tennis team is young would be a gross understatement. The Bulldogs lost five seniors to graduation last season and return only two players for their 2013 run. There are no concerns of the team suffering those kind of losses this year, or next. First year head coach Eric Schlaud has his work cut out for him, with a roster that boasts no seniors, one junior and 12 sophomores. Faced with such adversity Schlaud takes the optimistic approach. “Most of them it’s the first time they’ve had a racket in their hand so this is promising for the next couple of years,” he said. Only two players return

from last season, junior Jamal Jackson and sophomore Blake Smith, who will occupy the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds respectively. The top seed is well deserved for Jackson, who shows power, accuracy and skill on the court. “He’s been playing for quite a while, a really good player,” Schlaud said. “He’s working on his serves but other than that he’s pretty consistent.” Smith moved from the five seed last year to the two slot this spring. “Just a really good player, consistent all the time,” Schlaud said. “Serving, backhand, overhand, it’s all there.” After taking last year off, sophomore Riley Braniff returned to the Bulldogs’ squad this spring and earned the No. 3 seed. Schlaud believes if Braniff works on

his speed he could become unstoppable. “He’s working on the hustle,” the coach said. “We get that down he’ll win every match.” The remaining nine players on the Bulldogs’ roster are all newcomers this season. Chase Lewis was projected to play at number four but is most likely lost for the season to injury. Instead, sophomore Robert Brown will play at number four. Even though this is Brown’s first year of playing tennis, Schlaud sees his potential. The coach said Brown is consistent but needs to work on his power serve and return. If he gets those two aspects down he will become very competitive. Sophomore Matt Austin is another player who is taking up the racket for the first time in his life. Austin fell

to Louisa’s Brandon Stanley 6-8 on Thursday but battled throughout. “Just hustler, hustler, hustler,” Schlaud said. “He’s learning quickly. Smart student. Glad to have him on the team.” Kyan Brightwell rounds out Goochland’s top six and like some of his fellow sophomores, is playing competitive tennis for the first time in his life. “Just really working really hard on getting the ball down,” Schlaud said. Sophomores Tim McLaughlin, Myles McClenny, Brandon Myrick, Joseph McCluskey, Logan Monk and J.T. Massey round out the Bulldogs’ roster. “I have a great team coming up in the next couple of years and I just can’t wait,” Schlaud said. The biggest obstacle

Schlaud has faced early this season has not been quality opponents but Mother Nature. Rain, sleet, snow and cold have canceled or postponed most of the Bulldogs’ matches. Three weeks into the season, Goochland played only its second match last Thursday; a brutally cold and blustery contest, with temperatures in the 40s and the wind gusting to 20 mph. “The wind will literally take that ball and push it anywhere it wants to go,” Schlaud said. “You can’t win on a day like today. If that ball’s going anywhere higher than four or five feet the wind’s going to take it anywhere it wants to. But you can see we did a good job today.” Goochland fell to Louisa 5-4 but managed to take an exciting No. 2 doubles match

that went into a tie-breaker. With Spring Break this week, the Bulldogs will not play their third match of the season until an Apr. 10 trip to Charlottesville. While the team has been able to squeeze in the occasional practice here and there, Schlaud said playing against competition is the only thing that will make his players better. “You learn at the games,” he said. “What you learn at the games you put forth in your practice.” While young and inexperienced, the Bulldogs show no signs of being pressured to perform. “They’re easy going, a lot of fun to be around,” Schlaud said. “Practice is even more fun. We have a really good time. I couldn’t ask for a better group of guys. I really couldn’t.”


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Bulldogs fall to 0-3 with loss to Cougars in 9th By Dave Lawrence Special Correspondent

For a while, it seemed as if the Goochland varsity baseball team had Nottoway on the ropes when the two squads faced off last Thursday afternoon. The Bulldogs held a threerun lead going into the fifth inning, but they could not put the visiting Cougars down for good. Nottoway rallied for three runs to tie the game in the fifth and scored three more in the ninth to claim a 7-4 James River District baseball victory. “The way we started the game, I thought we’d be in pretty good shape,” said Goochland coach Wes Farkas. “What we’ve struggled with the first few games is really putting teams away. And that’s something we’ve got to figure out. We’ve got to play all seven innings, as we’ve talked about. We were pretty strong through the first four, but we’ve got to finish.” Down 4-1, the Cougars (50, 1-0 James River) pounced for three runs in the fifth off of Goochland reliever Josh Driver. Third baseman Lyneiro Bassfield singled and advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt from second baseman

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Goochland pitcher Hunter Bailey, right, checks a Nottoway runner at first base in the fourth inning of the Bulldogs 7-4 extra-inning loss to the Cougars Thursday. Goochland fell to 0-3 with the loss and will have to regroup on the road, playing only two home games in the month of April.

Tyler Barlow. Shortstop J.H. McCarthy walked. Then it got ugly for the Bulldogs (0-3, 0-1). Gunn hit into a fielder’s choice, and as Witt attempted to tag Bassfield at third, the ball was knocked out of Witt’s glove. Bassfield scored on the play. One out later, first baseman Hunter doubled in McCarthy and Witt. “We started hitting the ball a little bit,” said Nottoway coach Whip Wilson. “We’d been hitting the ball good this year, and I knew we were going to start hitting the ball. We dug out a few timely hits, that’s what happened. We didn’t hit as well as I thought we should have hit, but we hit when we needed to hit.” Goochland started strong, but its offense was helped by a shaky Nottoway defense. After giving up a one-out single to

Goochland third baseman Forrest Witt, Nottoway starting pitcher Dustin Gunn mishandled a fielder’s choice by his Bulldog counterpart Trace Nixon, allowing Witt to arrive safely at second base. One out later, designated hitter Colby Noel singled Witt and Nixon in. The Cougars responded with a run in the second inning. With one out, left fielder Jamie Counts doubled, advanced to third on catcher Tim Wine’s groundout to short, and scored on center fielder Johnny Coombs’ infield single. Goochland shortstop Reid Chenault opened the bottom of the second inning with an infield single and scored on another Gunn throwing error following a bunt by right fielder Heath Parrish. Catcher Ford

Slater drove Parrish in on a groundout to second. Center fielder Jake King tripled, but a strikeout and a groundout ended the inning. Driver carried the Bulldogs into extra innings. Gunn stayed on the mound for Nottoway until the eight inning, when he was relieved by Thomas Parrish. “My No. 1 pitcher did a heck of a job,” Wilson said. “He had a couple of throwing errors that cost him early, but he worked his way out of it and did well. He’s a good pitcher.” Gunn gave up seven hits and two walks, striking out seven while giving up only one earned run. Both teams squandered chances to end the game – until the top of the ninth inning. Coombs dribbled out an infield

single, Parrish walked, and Barlow loaded the bases with a bunt single. McCarthy singled in Coombs. Two outs later, Taylor drove in Parrish and Barlow with another single. The Bulldogs, despite getting two runners in scoring position, could not respond in kind. It was a problem that plagued Goochland in the final innings. “We were getting guys on base,” Farkas said. “We just couldn’t execute bunts. We just couldn’t move the guys from station to station, which is what you’ve got to do to win. … We had our opportunities. You don’t need to wait until the ninth inning to score three runs. We should have done it a lot earlier. We squandered a lot of guys – we left a lot of guys on base.”

The Bulldogs are working to turn things around, though. While most Goochland students are enjoying spring break this week, the Bulldogs flew down to Orlando, Fla., to participate in the annual Disney Baseball Spring Training event. “We leave on Monday,” Farkas said. “Hopefully we’ll have a chance to play some good baseball down there where it’s a little bit warmer and come together as a team, kind of be together and do the whole Disney thing. But first and foremost we’ve got to get our baseball going.” Nottoway.......... 010 030 003 — 7 9 5 Goochland...... 220 000 000 — 4 8 1 Gunn, Parrish (8) and Wine. Nixon, Bailey (4), Driver (5) and Slater. W — Parrish. L — Driver. Records: Nottoway 5-0 (1-0 James River); Goochland 0-3 (0-1).


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men as of last week—will be moving to the Beaumont Correctional Center in Powhatan, a maximum security correctional center currently home to 212 juveniles. Davy said last week that some parents are worried about mixing between the two populations, as well as a possible decline in what has been viewed as a very successful program at Oak Ridge. Concerning those issues, Davy insisted that there would be no contact whatsoever between the special

www.goochlandgazette.com needs population and those currently residing at Beaumont, and that every precaution is being taken to ensure that the transition from one facility is “as seamless as possible.” “The only thing that will change will be the location,” said Davy, pointing out that, while the new area designated for the Oak Ridge program will be slightly larger, “it will be every bit as safe.” Davy also noted that most of the staff and security personnel working at Oak Ridge will be transferred to the new facility as well. The move took place March 26.

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Master Carpenter - Goochland Resident All types of Construction, Remodeling, & Repair References available. Call John Rauh, 804-556-3409

3-bedroom, 2-bath rancher, 1700 sq, feet. private setting on 5 acres. 30-minutes to Charlottesville 35-minutes to Short Pump. $1,000/month. 1st & last months rent & $500/deposit required at movein. Available around May 1st. Accepting applications, please call 804-385-9606

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BRING THE KIDS AND THE DOG! 4BR, 3 BA Ranch. 2 car gar, Jacuzzi, A/C, CA, Deck, Dishwasher, eat-in kit, Fenced Yard, FP, Hardwood Flrs, LR Patio, W/D Wooded Lot. N/S, Pets OK. Call (804)314-9141. Avail 4/1 $1400 & Dep.

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Looking for a place to lease/rent to practice target shooting, 800-1,000 yds (bolt 308win), 1-4 days per month. Have own targets and will clean up after myself. Call/text 804-514-9129 or email mouzetrap@verizon.net

Lawn Care, Landscaping, Bush hogging, and Hardscaping, we offer full services to residential and commercial customers. Call Firemen’s Landscaping LLC for a free quote 804-357-1989. "Professional Firefighters, Professional Service" We are dedicated to your happiness.

Homes for Sale HOMES FOR SALE

House for Sale: 1592 Whippoorwill Road, Richmond, VA 23233. Two bedrooms, two baths, attached one car garage. Many updates, move in ready. Just off Broad Street. Three miles to Short Pump Town Center. $119,450. Call Sam Smith 804-784-5545 or 804-249-5169.

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Announcements GENERAL & SPECIAL NOTICES CRAFT SPACES AVAILABLE at the Powhatan Spring Antique Power Show. April 27th & 28th. $25/day; $40/both. Call: 804-598-0093 FLEA MARKET SPACES AVAILABLE at the Powhatan Spring Antique Power Show. April 27th & 28th. $20/day; $35/both. Call: 804-389-9136

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Farmers’ Markets HORSES & CATTLE 14-Black Angus Cow Calf Pairs $1,550 each pair 20- Black Angus Cows due to have Calves $1350 each. Call 804-385-9606

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CDL Driver Seeking part time Vehicle Operators to handle transportation services in Chesterfield County. Required: C D L w/ Passenger & School Bus endorsements & good DMV required. Wage: $15.00/hr Apply: www.vatransit.org 1-877-777-2708 Virginia Rides is a Drug Free Workplace EOE/M/F/D/V

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GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST/SERVICE COORDINATOR - Hourly position with Goochland Powhatan Community Services Early Intervention Program. Must have experience with helping families achieve motor and feeding goals for infants and toddlers in a transdisciplinary model, Part C program. Approx. 18 hours per week; salary range $36.87$41.21 hr. depending on experience. Please call 804-556-5400 or visit www.gpcsb.org for application and details. EOE Busy independent repair shop in Mechanicsville is looking for self-motivated automobile technician. State Inspection Licensed, Electrical Background & Diagnostic Skills Required. Monday - Friday with benefits including health insurance, vacation & uniforms. Please call 746-5367 to apply.

                  

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PROPOSALS, SEALED BIDS, RFPS Selling 1986 Dodge 3/4 ton Pickup 4-Wheel Drive Auto Mileage 41,139 Sealed bills will be taken until April 30, 2013 Submit to: Sealed Bids Attn Chief Dean Dunn P.O. Box 3 Goochland, Va 23063 We reserve the right to refuse any and all bids.

a. District 4 RZ-2012-00006 Application ďŹ led by NDIRT, LLC requesting zoning reclassiďŹ cation of 42.393 acres from A-2 (Agricultural, Limited) to B-1 (Business, General) on Assessorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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 ofďŹ ce, medical ofďŹ ce, 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.

50 temporary blueberry hand-harvesters needed in Bladen County, North Carolina, for Sleepy Creek Farms, Inc., with work beginning on or about 05/06/2013 and ending on or about 07/14/2013. The job offered is for an experienced farmworker and requires minimum 1 month verifiable work experience hand-harvesting blueberries. The minimum offered wage rate that workers will be paid is $9.68 per hour and piece rates may be offered. 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 theplaceofemployment.Allworktools,suppliesandequipmentareprovidedat 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 of50%oftheworkcontract,orearlier,toworkerswhoarerecruitedoutsidethe areaofintendedemployment.Applicantsmustprovidedocumentationthatthey areeligiblelegallytoworkintheUnitedStates.Applicantsshouldreportorsend resumestoDiv.ofWorkforceSolutions,401MercerMillRd.,Elizabethtown,NC 28337(910)862-3255,orthenearestlocalofficeoftheirStateWorkforceAgency, andreferencejoborder#NC10182535.EOE.H-300-13065-353582.

b. District 4 CU-2013-00001 Application ďŹ led by McDonaldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s USA, LLC requesting a Conditional Use Permit to construct and operate a fast food restaurant with drive thru located on a portion Assessorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Parcel 47-1-0-43-P (GPIN 7726-08-3555) 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.

82 temporary farmworkers needed for common field labor in fluecured tobacco and sweet potatoes in Wilson County, North Carolina, for JFT Harvesting, Inc., Farm Labor Contractor, with work beginning on or about 04/25/2013 and ending on or about 11/07/2013. 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 and piece rates may be offered depending on crop activity. 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 Div. of Workforce Solutions, 302 Tarboro St. West, Wilson, NC 27893 (252) 234-1129, or the nearest local office of their State Workforce Agency, and reference job order #NC10180215. EOE. H-300-13065395923.

c. Public Hearing for the sale of timber harvested from Matthews Road Tract (GPIN 6811-50-5473) to comply with Section 15.2-1800 of the Code of Virginia. The 36-acre tract is planned to be select-cut. d. An Ordinance to Amend Chapter 2 (â&#x20AC;&#x153;Administrationâ&#x20AC;?), Article II (â&#x20AC;&#x153;Board of Supervisors; Electionsâ&#x20AC;?), Division 3 (â&#x20AC;&#x153;Precincts and Polling Placesâ&#x20AC;?), Sections 2-264 (â&#x20AC;&#x153;Description of Precinctsâ&#x20AC;?) and 2-65 (â&#x20AC;&#x153;Polling Placesâ&#x20AC;?) of the Goochland County Code of Ordinances to Establish a Second Precinct and Polling Place in Voting District 4.

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Goochland County is proposing to construct a 190 foot monopole tower at 567 Creekmore Road in Goochland, VA. Please submit comments regarding potential effects on historic properties to: Mr. Richard Davis, F&R, 3015 Dumbarton Road, Richmond, VA 23228. Telephone: 804-264-2701 Goochland County is proposing to construct a 165 foot lattice tower at 3675 Robinson Road in Goochland, VA. Please submit comments regarding potential effects on historic properties to: Mr. Richard Davis, F&R, 3015 Dumbarton Road, Richmond, VA 23228. Telephone: 804-264-2701

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April 4, 2013 TRUSTEE SALES NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE SALE

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2597 Davis Mill Road Goochland, VA, 23063 By virtue of the power and authority contained in a Deed of Trust dated July 23, 2004, and recorded at Instrument Number 040004026 in the Clerk’s Office for the Circuit Court for Goochland, VA, securing a loan which was originally $50,000.00. The appointed SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE, Commonwealth Trustees, LLC will offer for sale at public auction at the front steps of the Circuit Court for Goochland, Virginia, 2938 River Road West, Goochland, VA 23063 on April 30, 2013 at 1:00 PM improved real property, with an abbreviated legal description of ALL that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, with all the improvements thereon, and appurtenances thereunto belonging, lying and being in Byrd District, Goochland County, Virginia, on the southern side of Route 608, and shown and designated as "Parcel A, " containing 2.05 acres, more or less, on that certain plat of survey prepared by Landmark Surveyors, Inc., Engineers, Surveyors, Planners, entitled "Plat Showing Survey for Michael Allen, Byrd District, Goochland County, Virginia", dated November 9, 1984, a copy of which plat is recorded in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Goochland County, Virginia, in Deed Book 190, page 670, reference to which plat is hereby made for a more particular description of the land. BEING the same real estate conveyed to Keith H. Waldrop and Amy W. Waldrop, husband and wife, as tenants by the entirety with the right of survivorship as at common law, by deed from Janice S. Whitmer, f/kJa Janice S. Allen, married, dated November 10, 2000, and recorded November 13, 2000, in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Goochland County, Virginia, in Deed Book 446, page 604 .and as more fully described in the aforesaid Deed of Trust. TERMS OF SALE: The property will be sold "AS IS," WITHOUT REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND AND SUBJECT TO conditions, restrictions, reservations, easements, rights of way, and all other matters of record taking priority over the Deed of Trust to be announced at the time of sale. A deposit of $5,000.00, or 10% of the sale price, whichever is lower, in cash or cashier’s check payable to the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE will be required at the time of sale. The balance of the purchase price, with interest at the rate contained in the Deed of Trust Note from the date of sale to the date said funds are received in the office of the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE, will be due within fifteen (15) days of sale. In the event of default by the successful bidder, the entire deposit shall be forfeited and applied to the costs and expenses of sale and Trustee’s fee. All other public charges or assessments, including real property taxes, water/sewer charges, ground rent, condo/HOA dues or assessments, whether incurred prior to or after the sale, and all other costs incident to settlement to be paid by the purchaser. In the event taxes, any other public charges or condo/HOA fees have been advanced, a credit will be due to the seller, to be adjusted from the date of sale at the time of settlement. Purchaser agrees to pay the Seller’s attorneys at settlement, a fee of $295.00 for review of the settlement documents. Additional terms will be announced at the time of sale and the successful bidder will be required to execute and deliver to the Substitute Trustees a memorandum or contract of the sale at the conclusion of bidding.

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GOOCHLAND COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 1800 SANDY HOOK RD. GOOCHLAND, VA 23063

AGENDA DATE: APRIL 8, 2013

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Susan F. Lascolette, District 1 Manuel Alvarez, Jr., Vice-Chairman, District 2 Ned S. Creasey, District 3 Robert H. Minnick, District 4 Ken C. Peterson, Chairman, District 5

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3:00 P.M. • INVOCATION • PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 1. Citizens’ Comment Period 2. Requests to Postpone Agenda Items and Additions, Deletions or Changes in the Order of Presentation

TIME: 3:00 P.M.

15. The following items from Planning and Zoning Are Eligible to Be Scheduled for Public Hearing on the Evening of May 7, 2013. a. District 3 – Conditional Use Permit Filed by Alvin Smith to Continue to Operate a Gunsmith Shop with an Outdoor Gun Range at 2590 Fairground Road b. District 4 – Conditional Use Permit filed by R.C. Hilltop, LLC and RockvilleCenterville Steam & Gas Historical Association to Continue to Operate Field Day of the Past and Other Activities at 1741 Ashland Road

3. Approval of Minutes: February 5 and February 25, 2013 4. County Administrator’s Comments 5. Reports a. Fire/Rescue b. Sheriff c. VDOT d. Planning Commission Activity

c. District 4 – Rezoning Application Filed by Lynn Siewers and Ken O’Dell Requesting to Rezone from A-2 (Agricultural, Limited) to R-R (Residential, Rural) One Lot in Granite Trace Subdivision along Granite Trace Lane 16. Appointments 17. Closed Meeting & Certification: None (Move to Board Executive Conference Room for Workshop)

6. New Business • Consent Items a. Accounts Payable b. Renewal of Annual External Audit Contract with PBMares, LLP 7. Proclamation Recognizing April 2013 as Child Abuse Prevention Month 8. Goochland County Emergency Operations Plan: a. Resolution to Adopt the 2013 Edition of Goochland County’s Emergency Operations Plan b. Letter Recognizing Ms. Robin Hillman for Receiving Honorable Mention as One of the Virginia Citizen Corps 2012 Superstars in the Category of Most Outstanding Community Emergency Response Team Volunteer

18. Planning Workshop a. Presentation on Richmond Regional Planning District Commission (RRPDC) Draft Rural Rustic Road Inventory b. Presentation Regarding the County’s 2014-2019 Secondary Six Year Plan (SSYP FY14-19) c. Presentation of the March 2013 Report Entitled “Housing The Richmond Region’s Future Workforce “ - Sponsored by The Richmond Association Of Realtors And The Partnership For Housing Affordability d. Discussion Regarding Future Housing in the County ______________________________________________________________________

9. Resolution Requesting Additions to the State Secondary System of Highways for Village Hills Subdivision 10. Amendment of the FY2013 School Operating Fund Budget by Appropriating Additional Grant Revenues 11. Amendment of the FY2013 School Operating Fund and School Cafeteria Fund Budgets

7:00 p.m. 19. Chairman Calls Meeting Back To Order 20. Presentation of Resolution by Delegate Peter Farrell Commending Goochland County on its Voter Participation in 2012 21. Citizens’ Comment Period

12. Authorization for County Administrator to Execute Documents and Appropriation of Cash Proffer Funds for the Construction of the Library Addition 13. Tentative Referrals to the Planning Commission for Public Hearing on May 2, 2013 a. Ordinance to Amend Article 26 (“Board of Zoning Appeals”), Sections 1 (“Composition”) and 2 (“Organization”) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to Provide for the Appointment of Alternate Members to the Board of Zoning Appeals b. Zoning Ordinance Amendment for Article 22 (Entrance Corridor and Village Center Overlay District); Sections 5 (Design review committee), 6 (Powers and duties of the design review committee), 7 (Application to the design review committee for a certificate of approval), 8 (Exemptions), 9 (Appeals) and 10 (Required findings) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to Revise the Provisions Related to the Design Review Committee and the Application and Appeals Process for Certificates of Approval 14. Request to Set for Public Hearing for June 4 an Ordinance to Amend Chapter 5.5 (“Fees and Taxes”), Article II (“Schedule of Fees and Charges, Section 5.5-18 (“Fees for development”) of the Goochland County Code of Ordinances to Revise the Fees Related to the Application Process for a Certificate of Approval in a Design Overlay District

22. Public Hearings a. Public Hearing to Consider the Proposed FY2014-2018 Capital Improvement Program b. Public Hearing to Consider The County Administrator’s Proposed FY2014 County and School Budget and Proposed 2013 Tax Rates Including the Tuckahoe Creek Service District Ad Valorem Rate c. Ordinance to Amend the Goochland County Code, Chapter 5.5 (“Fees And Taxes”), Article II (“Schedule Of Fees And Charges”), Section 5.5-26 (“Water And Sewer Charges”) to Decrease the Bi-Monthly Minimum Billing Amount From 8,000 Gallons to 4,000 Gallons for All Customers; Increase The Countywide Water And Sewer Volume Charges and Service Charges; and Establish Water And Sewer Connection Fee Amounts for Multifamily Dwellings and Other Non-Residential Developments, pursuant to the authority found in Sections 15.2-2111, 15.2-2119, 15.2-2122, 15.2-2143 and 15.2-2403 of the Code of Virginia. 23. Request to Set Public Hearing for May 7, 2013 to Consider the County’s 20142019 Secondary Six Year Plan (SSYP FY14-19) 24. Other Business 25. The Board of Supervisors will adjourn to Tuesday, April 16th, 7:00 p.m. This is a draft agenda and is subject to change


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