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Volume 59, Number 21 • May 30, 2013

Honoring the fallen

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The Heart Strings vocal group waves American Flags as they sing the hymns of the five branches of the armed forces at Monday’s Memorial Day Celebration. Members of each branch stood as their service was honored by The Heart Strings.

By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

More than 200 people turned out for the annual American Legion Post 215 Memorial Day Celebration on the Goochland Courthouse Green Monday. One visitor was Goochlander Kelly Browning who said she thought it would be a good idea to bring her two sons, Will, 7 and Sam, 11. “We just wanted to come out and pay tribute,” said Browning. “You know, make sure they know the meaning of Memorial Day.” Will said he’d never been to a Memorial Day ceremony before but he knew what it was about. “It represents the soldiers that died,” he said. Nearby stood U.S. Air Force veteran Kevin Leonard, in fatigues, with his girlfriend Mariah Elliot. “I came to support him and others,” said Elliot. Leonard said

he spent four years at Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota, working on B-52 bombers. Leonard said the planes, most already several decades old, should be good out to 2050. In his remarks, Post 215 Commander, Maj. Doug Clark, USAR, said he decided to wear his fatigues for the day’s ceremony because it was what he wore on his deployments. “It makes me think of the soldiers that didn’t come back with me,” he said Clark said he knew soldiers today who sacrificed just as much as those from “the greatest generation” that fought WW II but that the difference was that during WW II President Roosevelt insisted on unconditional surrender. “In some instances compromise is not an option,” said Clark, drawing a parallel between the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 and the terrorsee Memorial Day> 5

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Bruce Keeney, now on the mend after life-saving lung transplant surgery at University of Virginia Hospital, relaxes at his eastern Goochland home with his wife Mary-Taliaferro Keeney.

Last minute lung transplant saves Goochland man’s life By Jim Ridolphi Special Correspondent

On the darkest of days, when life deals its most serious blows and all hope seems lost, miracles can happen. March 9 didn’t start out well for Goochland couple Bruce and Mary-Taliaferro Keeney. Diagnosed in 2010 with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, Bruce’s condition had deteriorated to a critical state when the couple prepared for bed the night before. “On Friday, Bruce was very sick and just could not get enough oxygen into his body. His breathing was very labored and he was basically dying,” said Mary- Taliaferro. In what became a race against time, Bruce had qualified for and been placed at the top of University

of Virginia hospital’s lung transplant program, but as the evening progressed, it didn’t appear the 59-year old could hold out and win that race. His wife called Goochland Rescue about 2 a.m. and Bruce was rushed to West Creek Emergency Room, where staff struggled to stabilize the patient. “In going to the West Creek Emergency Room, our plan was for them to stabilize Bruce and then get him transported to UVa, for stabilization by his doctors if possible,” Mary-Taliaferro said. Their two sons and wives joined the Keeneys at West Creek, and once transportation was arranged via MCV helicopter, eldest son Bo headed to Charlottesville to meet his dad when he arrived. The news at UVa wasn’t good. Since Bruce’s condition had deteriorated to such levels, he was no lonsee Transplant > page 8


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FLAG volunteer Mary Francis, left, and FLAG president Penny Pearsall show off Clara, an 18month-old Lab-Husky mix, that FLAG rescued from a shelter in Abingdon.

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Finding homes for dogs has been a labor of love for Penny Pearsall and other volunteers of FLAG – For the Love of Animals in Goochland. “We are a humane rescue organization and we take dogs from surrounding counties in Virginia,” said Pearsall, who is president of FLAG. “We’ve taken some from out of state that were desperate and find homes for them.” Pearsall, 71, got involved in FLAG soon after it started in 1985. The previous president of the group asked her if she would complete the remaining six months of her term, Pearsall said. “That was 25 years ago,” Pearsall added. “I’ve been doing it ever since.”

While she would like for someone to take over the reins, Pearsall said it’s been rewarding to be a part of FLAG. “Seeing these dogs getting the homes and the people that write you back or e-mail you and tell you how good they are or send you pictures,” she said is heartwarming. “You know they’ve got permanent homes. We have a very low return rate. Last year we brought in 134 animals and we adopted 131 and we only had three returns and those were legitimate returns.” FLAG is located on a private farm in Manakin-Sabot and has been at its current location for about 12 years, Pearsall said, adding that it’s an all-volunteer organization. “We have about 40 that

come out here and do the pens and I’ve got another 15 or 20 people that do followups and screen people and interview them when they call to adopt,” she said. There is a $150 adoption fee, which includes spaying or neutering, making sure the dog is healthy and attaching a microchip to them, Pearsall said. “So when they get the dog, it’s ready to go basically,” Pearsall said, adding that most of the dogs they rescue come from animal shelters. “It’s really hard to have to make [a] decision which dog you can take when there are so many out there, but you have to make decision on the ones that you know that you can find a home for,” see FLAG > page 7

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Goochland office hosts Extension Extravaganza Contributed Report

The Goochland Extension office is hosting an Extension Extravaganza June 8 from 10 a.m. -2 p.m. at the J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College: Goochland Campus. The purpose of this event is to promote all the wonderful work that the Extension office staff and volunteers do in the community. The staff has planned a fun filled day with activities and programs for all ages while highlighting the four Extension program areas of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Family and Consumer Science, 4H Youth Development and Community Viability.

Throughout the day the public can come visit with the Extension staff, Extension volunteers and 4-Hers while we showcase programs and educational materials through classes, tours, displays and much more. The following workshops are being offered throughout the day; How to Get Creative with Succulent Plants, Agricultural Apps for Smart Phone and iPads, Fish Cage Production and Construction, Tree identification using an iPad , weeds and Poisonous plants to horses and Native butterflies and native host plants. These classes require preregistration due to class size restrictions. Please contact

the Extension office at 804556-5841 to register. Along with workshops there will be ongoing demonstrations and talks that will be offered about container gardening, pressure canner testing and garden tours. 4-H clubs will have displays about their programs and will host activities for children. For further information and the workshop schedule, please visit the Goochland Extension office website at www.ext.vt.edu/goochland. Extension is a joint program of Virginia Tech, Virginia State University, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and state and local governments.

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Schools get CarMax Foundation grant award Contributed Report

The Goochland County Public Schools have been awarded a $5,000 grant through the CarMax Foundation. The grant funds will be used to support construction of an outdoor learning environment at Goochland Elementary School. Specifically, the outdoor space will include a

roofed pavilion and readers’ theater, a workspace with tables and seating, a unique math garden. Superintendent, James Lane, and Goochland Elementary principal, Mrs. McCay, are thrilled about the opportunities this project will offer to students. The entire GCPS school community expresses its enthusiastic support for the partnership with the CarMax Foundation.

New business opens in Manakin-Sabot Contributed Report

There is a new business in Manakin Sabot. Jeff Hooper, a 27-year veteran of the financial services industry has opened a new State Farm office at the crossroads of route 250 and Manakin Road. The office is only the second location for State Farm in the county and it is positioned to take advantage of the commercial and residential growth expected in that area

“We looked at several locations in Central Virginia and chose Goochland as a great place to live and work.” said Hooper. “My wife and I love the area plan to build a home here in the near future.” Working with Hooper is Ricky Gibson, a recent graduate of Virginia Tech and Brittany Harris who is a native of Goochland County and graduated from Goochland High School in 2009.


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“My character starts off really proper, a southern style Miss Perfect,” said former Goochland High School drama teacher Gemma Smith recently, talking about her starring role in the premiere episode of the new TV series “Southern Fried Homicide” in a telephone interview from New York. But her character doesn’t stay that way long. Smith portrays Susie Newsom in the reenactment segments of a story with multiple murders, southern style. Newsom, played by Smith, goes off the deep end. “She leaves her husband and has an affair with her cousin and there’s some mental instability there,” explains Smith. Ahem! “Southern Fried Homicide” is a creation of the Investigation Discovery channel, which features a number of crime shows. Playing Susie Newsom was a new experience for Smith. “Normally I play very warm, caring characters.,” said Smith. “This character sort of starts that way, very proper and polite and then has a whole journey where she is gets rougher and tougher and not quite stable, so that was really fun.” Smith said her three years as drama teacher and theater director at Goochland High School (2008-2011) have helped her in her

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Former Goochland High School drama teacher Gemma Smith portrays Susie Newsom, a proper southern belle gone bad, in the June 5 premiere episode of “Southern Fried Homicide.”

acting career. Smith said the business and organizational skills she learned working at GHS gave her experience that other actors may not have. “Up here in New York you have so many creative actors,” said Smith. “I feel more business savvy, I think that’s helped a lot.” Smith said her goal is to be “a working actor based in New York, meaning I make my entire living off acting alone... I just want to make a living and be respected for it.” Smith said she would love to work in

television but she also has done commercials and various promotional videos and short films and has also appeared in off Broadway productions. “As long as I’m making a living as an actor working in New York City, because I love it here, that’s what I want to be doing,” said Smith. Catch Gemma playing Susie Newsom in the premiere episode of “Southern Fried Homicide” on Wednesday, June 5 at 10 p.m.

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Fun while it lasted I’ve been thinking about the day I would pen this column for a long time. Ever since I turned 65 last year and signed up for Medicare, the writing was on the wall that some time in the not too distant future I’d be composing my last column for the Goochland Gazette. After almost 30 years working in the community newspaper business, first as a photographer, later as a writer/photographer and finally as the editor, first for the Mechanicsville Local and later the Goochland Gazette, I knew there would eventually come a time when I’d have to call it quits. Now that time has arrived. It’s something I do with very mixed feelings, since I’ve enjoyed so much of the work involved in turning out a Gazette each week. Take a recent afternoon, for instance. I was working on a column while sitting in a local Goochland café, listening to a bunch of fellows strumming their guitars and singing a variety of old tunes while I waited for the start of the evening’s School Board meeting. I was working but having a pretty good time doing it. That sort of describes the life of the itinerant community news editor/photographer/journalist, as they travel about the area they cover, looking for a place to alight where they can pound the key-

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board for a spell. No one would do it if they didn’t enjoy it. Over the years the community news business has certainly changed, at least in the technological sense. But the essence has remained the same. It’s all about getting to know the people and the institutions of the area you cover and reflecting that knowledge back to your readers in the pages of the paper, always respecting the fact that they ARE the paper. Because without their participation, both on the news and the business side, you wouldn’t have a job. So farewell and maybe I’ll see you around. Could be I’ll do a little free-lance work every now and again – keeping my hand in so to speak. Still I’ll miss the folks I’ve written about and I’ll miss having the opportunity to watch Goochland County evolve. And while there’s no getting around the fact that it’s definitely time to do it, I still hate cutting that cord. All I can say is it sure was fun while it lasted. -Ken Odor

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Schools recognize their bus drivers

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Goochland Superintendent of Schools James Lane, left, poses with the Bus Driver of the Year nominees. From left are Ron Haley, this year’s winner, driver of Bus #88 for GHS/GMS, Bonnie Bowman, second runner up, driver of Bus #78 for BES and ECSE, and Richard Bibb, first runner up, driver of Bus #71 for RES.

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strong programs. In particular, the water program is catch as catch can. For the past two years the water programs have lacked continuity and instructors. We have approached management on many occasions only see Letters > page 7

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Letters continued from > page 6 to be told that they “are trying” or that no one applies for the instructors’ positions or someone needs to be certified. I will say that last fall they finally got the equipment that regulates temperature fixed and did put in a sound system in the pool area separate from the rest of the building. Neither or which does any good if you don’t have instructors! The “Silver Sneakers” program has bee discontinued at the Goochland branch. That affects all senior programs. For those who think

these programs are just for a social get together, guess again! Those that participate, particularly in the water programs, do so because they cannot exercise any other way. They do it to strengthen their backs, legs and core muscles so they can stand up straight and walk! I would also like to address the scheduled times for these classes. There are several lists of names of participants in the water classes. To my knowledge none of us have been contacted to ask us if we would like to start classes a little later than 8:30 a.m. Right now it is almost a moot question since they have taken the dome off. I got a call at 7:45 am. this morning

OPINION: Editorial, Letters to the Editor to tell me that there would be no class today because it is too cold! Duh! The outside temperature was in the 30’s! You can bet that come Labor Day the dome will be put on right away while most of September is hot! I don’t know where the solution lies. Are the Board of Directors and in Richmond aware of this problem? Let me add that the “Y” staff are both considerate and courteous. The programs for families are excellent. Don’t the programs for seniors deserve the same consideration? Jonni Farish Goochland

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FLAG continued from > page 2 she said. Laurie Francis of Powhatan is a FLAG volunteer and when she makes the trip to Goochland, her 18year-old daughter Mary usually accompanies her. “About six months ago I retired from my job and decided that I had all this time available and wanted to do something that made me feel good and I love the dogs and I love being around dogs,” Francis said. “I have three rescues myself so that’s how I got involved….It’s very rewarding to see their tails wagging the minute you pull up in the driveway and it’s very sad to go out of the driveway and leave ‘em here overnight.” It upsets Pearsall that there are people who think nothing of leaving a dog to fend for itself. “There’s no excuse for a person to leave the dog and in these last couple of years, people that have been foreclosed, they’ve left them

in homes with no food and closed the house up and just left them in there,” she said. “Everybody should appreciate the people that do rescue. They really should because they don’t understand the connection you have, that you can’t save them all and the ones you’re getting, you’re working to give them a better life and like I say, people just think nothing of leaving [them].” The good news, Pearsall said, is that people from around the country can adopt dogs from FLAG after viewing them on their website – www.flagpets.com. A woman from Colorado saw a dog she liked, Pearsall said, and traveled to

Richmond to adopt it. “She flew here,” Pearsall said. “She bought a seat for the dog. We met her at the airport with the dog. She got back in the plane and flew back.” The key to getting the dog you want is not to hesitate, Pearsall said. “You’ve got to act,” she said. “If there’s a certain kind you want, you need to act because if we get several calls, it’s not the first call particularly. It’s the home that’s the best for the dog.” For more information about making a donation, adopting, fostering or becoming a FLAG volunteer, call 342-6975.

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Transplant continued from > page 1 ger eligible for the transplant, the only option that could save his life. The news was devastating. “As Bo was trying to absorb this and before he had a chance to call me, the nurse returned to him with amazing news. “Unbelievably, a call had just come in from Life Net that lungs were being offered for Bruce from North Carolina.’” Mary Taliaferro said. Fate had intervened in the most kindly of fashions and it was now a sprint to inspect, approve and transplant the organs into Bruce’s body, a process the patient attributes to a higher power. “I’m 100 percent convinced that the availability of healthy donor lungs becoming available at the last minute was a Godgiven miracle and not a matter of luck,” Bruce said. “It was so miraculous that I can see our daughter Caroline, who passed away seven and a half years ago, going to Jesus and arguing it was not my time,” he added. He also knows the important role the medical professionals played in his outcome. “There is no doubt that the combination of dedicated staff at both West Creek in Goochland and UVa Hospital in Charlottesville are responsible for saving my life,” Bruce said. Mary-Taliaferro said the nurses on duty at West Creek, Tony and Becky, went above and beyond the call of duty to assist. By 11 p.m. on a day that hadn’t started well for the Keeneys, Mary-Taliaferro got to spend a brief moment with her husband, still recovering from the successful lung transplant surgery. “Seeing Bruce at 11 p.m, was the sweetest feeling. Just knowing that he did survive, had new lungs and a chance at life was an amazing feeling,” Mary Taliaferro said. It was a long day, but, sup-

ported by friends and family, the Keeneys had survived 24 hours on an emotional roller coaster ride that ended with the gift of life. “All through the day, our emotions were all over the place. Could we get Bruce to UVa, would he be too sick, would the donor lungs be acceptable, would he die before the lungs arrived at UVa, would he die in the OR because he was so weak to hang on just a few more hours,” Mary-Taliaferro said. But now, almost 10 weeks later, Bruce displays a contagious smile as he recuperates and rehabs regularly. “Though I know and appreciate recuperation will be long and hard with some setbacks expected, and especially considering how sick I was when the double lung transplant took place, I feel fantastic!” he said last week. Since the surgery, Bruce has a renewed faith, and is ever grateful for the support of his family and friends “Recognizing I was blessed with a miracle, I have a renewed faith in the power of prayer and the importance of love and support from family and friends,” he said. A day doesn’t pass that the couple doesn’t think of the donor who gave Bruce the gift of life, and it’s still difficult to adequately thank the generosity of a grieving family who renewed life when one closest to them had ended. “We will be eternally grateful to the donor and their family for this gift,” Mary-Taliaferro said. “On the worst day of their lives, they were gracious and caring enough to give the gift of life so others may live.” Bruce is driving on a limited basis and anxious to get back to work. He’s also looking forward to a fall ritual for his family, all of them University of Richmond graduates and Spider football devotees. “While I fully expect and hope to return full time to

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Zachary Burton Wilcox, a graduate of Goochland High School and a 2010 graduate of University of Richmond, recently completed United States Marine Corps Recruit Training at Parris Island, S.C. He is the son of Tom and Sandy Wilcox of Sandy Hook, Va., and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Linwood and Shirley Burton also of Sandy Hook, and the late Mr. Floyd Wilcox and Martha Wilcox of Charleston, W.Va. Private First Class Wilcox will be attending Aviation School in Pensacola, Fla. in the coming months. work as soon as possible, my interim goal is to enjoy the extra time with my wife, perhaps with some travel as the doctors permit, and return to work as soon as possible,” Bruce said. “This fall, the entire family looks forward to enjoying a successful football season for our University of Richmond Spiders.” In hindsight, March 9 didn’t turn out as bad as it initially appeared it would for the Keeneys, and like most life changing episodes, there is a silver lining. “On a personal note, as strength and recovery permits, I look forward to finding some way I can attempt to show my family, especially my wife MaryTaliaferro, how important their love and support was in my sur-

vival of all of this,” Bruce said. “It has brought us closer together.” Mary-Taliaferro is looking forward to the couple spending time with their granddaughter, Virginia, and just seeing Bruce and the 2 1/2 year old together provides a certain peace for her. “When I see them together, I think this is the exact reason why I wanted him to live. I wanted him to be a part of her life and of course, all of our lives,” she said. “As I have said before, with the death of Caroline, I know how fragile life can be. Bruce’s situation just reinforced that point. I realize that you have to be thankful for today and tomorrow will take care of itself.”


May 30, 2013 Saturday, June 1 Collections are being taken from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the Hadensville Company 6 Auxiliary second annual yard sale which will be held October 6 at the firehouse in Hadensville.

Sunday, June 2 Goochland County Historical Society meeting at 3 p.m. at Bolling Island. The house is one of the area’s most esteemed historic dwellings. The program will by Michael Dolan, author of The American Porch: An Informal History of an Informal Place. He will discuss the porch in American life, including its roots as a social setting in pre-colonial West Africa. Go South on Rock Castle Road four miles, bear west onto Three Square Road and then south again onto Stokes Station Road. Bolling Island is two miles down on the left at 1143 Stokes Station

Road. Start the day right with a pancake breakfast organized by the Providence Cure Chasers on Sunday from 8 to 9:30 a.m. The event is to support the Relay for Life – Goochland and will be held at Providence Presbyterian Church on Three Chopt Road in Gum Springs.

Monday, June 3 Goochland Fire-Rescue Relay for Life team will be holding a fundraiser in conjunction with RT 250 Grill on Monday June 3. A portion of all food purchases from 5 – 8 p.m. will be donated for this team’s fundraising goals. RT 250 Grill is on West Broad Street just east of Oilville Road. Looking for a teen volunteer opportunity for the summer? Find out how you can help the library during our Summer Reading Program begins at 6

CALENDAR: Community Events lowship. Remember, you can purchase luminaria to honor and memorialize the family and friends affected by cancer. Fight back, walk a lap with us, cheer county survivors, help with our fundraising. Event Thursday, June 6 begins at 6 p.m. with Survivor/ Caregiver Lap at 7:30 p.m. and Ice Cream Social at the Luminaria Ceremony at 9 p.m. Goochland Branch Library Saturday, June 8 begins at 6 p.m. Enjoy ice cream, face-painting, balloons, Families are invitand more at our annual ice cream social. Sign up for our ed to take part in the 2013 Summer Reading Program, Summer Reading Program at too. Refreshments provided by all branches June 8 through the Friends of the Goochland August 10. Children can join Library. Call 804-556-4774 or “Dig into Reading!” while our visit the library at 3075 River teen program is “Beneath the Road West for more information. p.m. Pizza and drinks provided by the Friends of the Goochland Library. Call 804556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 River Road West for more information.

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Slow start sinks Bulldogs in Region B opener By Jim Ridolphi Special Correspondent

On Monday evening the Goochland varsity baseball team ended its season in a 4-3 loss to visiting Dan River. A slow start in the Region B Tournament opener stymied the Bulldogs early both offensively and defensively. The Wildcats took advantage by scoring two runs in the top of the first inning off Goochland starter Joe Cutchins. “Throughout the year, Joe has struggled in the first inning, but then he settles in,” said Bulldog coach Wes Farkas. “But they came out swinging and got a couple of hits early.” On offense, Wildcat starter Dallas Smithers kept Bulldog batters off balance for the first four innings. “Their pitcher did a good job of locating the ball well and got ahead of the batters, and that kept us guessing,” Farkas said. “That’s what you want from a pitcher,” Dan River’s Wesley Thornton was solid at the plate. He led off the game with a single and eventually scored on

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Goochland’s Joe Cutchins (6) slides in safely to third base as Wildcat first baseman Seth Towler (10) goes high to field a throw from the outfield in the bottom of the fourth inning.

a Bradley Tickle 2-RBI triple. The Goochland deficit grew in the fourth inning when the Wildcats loaded the bases and Justin Moser scored on a walk.

Jamison Layne moved home on a wild pitch and Dan River looked to be cruising to a first round victory with a 4-0 lead. But the Bulldogs weren’t

finished. Goochland mounted a comeback in the bottom of the inning when Cutchins scored on a Cole Starke sacrifice fly. Starke also took over on the

mound for the Bulldogs and kept the Wildcats at bay while the Goochland offense recorded one run innings in the fifth and sixth innings. But the Bulldogs could get no closer than 4-3 after Thornton came on as the Wildcat and recorded the final six outs of the game. Wildcat coach Sammy McCormick felt his team was fortunate to get the victory against a stubborn Goochland team. “We felt lucky to walk out of here with a win tonight,” he said. “They were a hit away late in the game. It could have been a whole different ballgame.” Farkas was proud of his team’s effort and the no quit attitude they displayed in the loss. “The guys never gave up tonight. We were down most of the game but they kept chipping away,” Farkas said. “Our guys didn’t lay down and we have some young guys in key positions. The future looks good, but we’ll miss these seniors.” Seniors Jake King, Cole Starke, Mason Carneal, Forest Witt, Trace Nixon and Josh

Driver played their final game in a Bulldog uniform. For Driver, it was a bittersweet end to a season cut short by injuries. Returning from a shoulder injury, Driver held down the fort at first, but his absence on the mound was clearly missed the last eight games. “He’s our number one workhorse,” Farkas said. “He’s been out for eight or nine games and that really did hurt us. Josh was our go to guy, so it did affect our mind set.” McCormick and the Wildcats will face William Monroe on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Coach Farkas returns home to await the birth of his fourth child, due any day. Goochland........... 000 111 0 — 3 5 0 Dan River............ 200 200 0 — 4 8 2 (G) Cutchins, Starke (4) and Slater. (DR) Smithers, Thornton (6) and Waller. W — Smithers. L — Cutchins. Highlights: Cole Starke (G) 1 for 2, run, RBI; Dallas Smithers (DR) 2 for 3, SB;Wesley Thornton(DR) 2 for 3; Seth Towler (DR) 2B, 2 RBIs. Records: Goochland 13-9; Dan River 13-6

Softball overcomes errors to down Raiders By Charlie Leffler cleffler@goochlandgazette.com

It wasn’t exactly pretty but the Goochland varsity softball team got the end result they were looking for in their Region B opener on Monday evening. The Bulldogs overcame two errors with solid offense to shut out visitng Appomattox 5-0. With the win, Goochland (19-3) advances to its third straight regional semifinals yet they are looking for their first win in that stretch. Last

season the Bulldogs saw their season end in a 7-2 home loss to Stuarts Draft. Coach Amy Henneberger was uncertain whether her players were thinking of that game or just dealing with tournament opening jitters, but it was clear they did not display their usual sharpness against the Raiders (11-12). “Defensively we made way too many errors,” Henneberger said. While sophomore pitcher Jackie Tremain produced her usually powerful fastball (7

strikeouts), her junk pitches weren’t up to par, often bottoming out in front of the plate. Likewise, bobbled balls and over throws allowed Raider runners to reach base and add see Softball >page 12 Photo by Charlie Leffler

Appomattox head coach Donnie Byers watches as Goochland third baseman Jordan Fleming makes the throw to first for an out. The Bulldogs weren’t perfect but overcame errors to open Region B play with a 5-0 win over the Raiders.

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Bulldogs refuse to allow Governors to rule By Dave Lawrence Special Correspondent

Goochland forward Sydney Alvis had plenty of scoring opportunities, but for the first 86 minutes of the Bulldogs’ VHSL Region B girls’ soccer quarterfinal against visiting Nelson County, she couldn’t quite put the ball inside the net. However, in the 87th minute, she found an opening and scored to lead Goochland to a 2-1 double overtime victory Monday night. The Bulldogs will next travel to Stuarts Draft (a 2-1 winner over Clarke County) in the Region B semifinals Wednesday at 6 p.m. The winner of that game will advance to the region final as well as clinch a berth in the VHSL Group A state tournament next week. Alvis and fellow forward Jessica Liddle both took plenty of shots – many quite good ones – but either they were just a bit off-target or they were

Softball continued from >page 11 tension to a game Goochland controlled. However, the Bulldogs did not let the off-night on defense bother them and maintained their hold on the game. “Usually if we make a mistake we let it get by us and not worry about it too much because we have the rest of the game to play and make up for that error,” said freshman left fielder Carly Plummer. The Bulldogs also utilized strong hitting to jump on the Raiders early, taking a 3-0 lead at the end of the first inning. Plummer led the effort, going 3-for-3 with 2 RBI and a run scored. A tendency to foul out to third down the stretch of the sea-

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Goochland’s Brenda Moore goes on the attack in overtime in the Bulldogs’ 2-1 victory over Nelson County in the first round of the VHSL Region B girls’ soccer tournament on Monday.

stopped by Governors’ goalkeeper Madi Gumm. Gumm had a lot of help on defense, though. “They played a thick

defense,” said Goochland assistant coach Sara Rowan. “They had five defenders back there all the time.” To counter the defensive

formation, the Bulldogs (10-2) had to bring their midfielders up to help the forwards – and they had to break from their usual style of play.

son caused Plummer to revisit her hitting coach and change her swing. Instead of following all the way through, Plummer concentrated on competing her swing in the middle of her back. The instructions clearly paid off on Monday night as Plummer connected on a double to left, a single up the middle and a single to right. “She’s been working hard on her hitting,” Henneberger said. Goochland’s Brandi Tester reached on a fielder’s choice in the bottom of the first and Tremain joined her on base with a single over third. Plummer then came to bat and blistered a two-out double up the left field line to plate both runners. Plummer then came home when Taylor Scruggs dropped a shot into short left. The Bulldogs added to their

lead in the bottom of the second after Kaytlyn Jones reached second on a lead-off error. With one out Jones scored from third when Chakiryn Jackson’s chopper resulted in a bad throw to first. Jackson reached third on the error and came home on a fielder’s choice by Jordan Fleming. “We had a lot of line drive shots tonight,” Henneberger said. “We were hitting the ball pretty well. We need to work on bunting and moving the runner around when we get on base.” The Raider bats came to life with two out in the top of the third to produce five hits over the final five innings but Goochland managed to snuff out every threat, despite multiple errors. “We all played together, stuck together, talked each other through it, made

sure no one was getting down on themselves,” Plummer said. The Bulldogs will host James River District rival Bluestone on Wednesday at 5 p.m. with a chance to exorcise the demons of the past two years. In midApril the Bulldogs handed the Barons a 9-1 home loss but found the going much more difficult in Goochland, escaping with a 4-3 win. But the coach and players know what’s at stake in the third meeting between the two teams. “We win one more we go to states,” Henneberger said. “That’s our goal to take it one game at a time. We win Wednesday we move on.”

“They had so many girls on defense,” Alvis said. “It was just hard to get through and playing a through ball is what we’re used to doing. We had to adjust and connect passes and work our way down the field.” Both teams fought to a draw in the first half. Liddle scored the first goal in the 33rd minute off of a shot deflected by Gumm in front of the Nelson County net. The Governors (10-4) tied it four minutes later on a long, high penalty kick by Nadya Greenleaf into the upper right corner of the Bulldogs’ net. While the Governors kept up with Goochland in the first half, it seemed the Bulldogs advantage in terms of shot opportunities increased as the second half wore on.Goochland outshot the Governors 15-2 in the second half. “I think we couldn’t quite connect our passes with each other – holding the ball a little too long, weren’t able to play our game,” said Nelson County coach Janean Rodkey. “I think that they were really able to put

together some passes and make some connections to move the ball downfield.” Despite the scoreless second half, the Bulldogs were optimistic about their chances in overtime. “Honestly, I knew we were going to have it,” Alvis said. “We were more energetic than they were. They were yelling at each other and we were just kind of working our way down the field – and we had a lot more shots than they did.” The first five-minute overtime was likewise scoreless, but the Bulldogs were more relentless in the attack. They kept up the pressure until Alvis found herself with the ball on the left side of the field. Her memory of what happened was rather vague. “It was just there and I kicked it,” Alvis said. Nelson County............... 1 0 0 0 — 1 Goochland...................... 1 0 0 1 — 2 NC: Greenleaf G: Liddle, Alvis Saves: Gumm (NC) 11; Short (G) 1 Records: Nelson County 10-4; Goochland 10-2

Goochland track sends four to states Staff reports

With their performances in the Region B meet, four Goochland athletes earned slots in this week’s Group A state track and field championships at Radford University. Cephas Harden will compete in three events. Harden finished fourth in the 110 hurdles with a time of 16.17 and fourth in the 300 hurdles with a time of 41.54. Harden also joined Harry Talmage, James Melton and Appomattox........ 000 000 0 — 0 5 4 Goochland.......... 320 000 0 — 5 7 2 Avery Faulcon on the wining B. Martin, C. Martin (2) and Cothran. 4x400 relay team. The fourTremain and Tester. L — B. Martin. some won the event with a time Records: Goochland 19-3; of 3:32.82 and will be seeded Appomattox 11-12

second in the state meet. Several Goochland athletes just missed out on state qualifications from finishing among the top six competitors. Melton finished eighth in the 400 and Talmage eighth in the 800. Cary Pillow was eighth in the 3200. Asia Keith came in seventh in the 400. As a team, the Goochland boys scored 18 points to finish 13th among 23 teams. Dan River won the boys title followed by Central High School, East Rockingham and Amelia. Manassas Park won the girls competition followed by Wilson Memorial and Amelia.


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THIS LOCATIONTO BE SOLD LAST. Directions: From Richmond, west on US Rt. 360 (Hull St. Rd. to US 360 Bus. inTown of Amelia,Turn Left (west) go 1.8 miles, turn left onto St. Rt. 1004/Park St. or Just ahead on St. Rt. 1005 / Amelia St. Turn Left onto Church St. (across from Post Office) Go to End of Road. Watch For Signs.

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Legal Notices LEGAL NOTICES Crown Castle is proposing to register an existing 210-foot monopole telecommunications tower at the following site: Country Club Road and Highway 6, Manakin Sabot, Goochland County, Virginia at coordinates 37° 36’ 27.526"N and 77° 41’ 18.64"W. The proposed lighting on the tower will consist of medium intensity dual red and white lights. Any interested party that believes the proposed registration may have a significant impact on the environment may file a Request for Environmental Review (Request) to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Such Request may only raise environmental concerns. Information regarding the project may be found under file number A0839549 on the FCC website www.fcc.gov/asr/ap plications. The Request must be filed with the FCC within 30 days of the notice being posted on the FCC website. The FCC strongly encourages that all Requests be filed electronically at www.fcc.gov/as r/environmentalrequest. Requests may also be mailed to: FCC Requests for Environmental Review, 445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC 20554, ATTN: Ramon Williams. The Request must also be served upon Crown Castle by mailing a copy to 2000 Corporate Drive, Canonsburg, PA 15317 ATTN: Legal Department.


May 30, 2013 TRUSTEE SALES TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 2941 River Road West/2947 River Road W (Parcel 4 - .65 acres)-Tax Map No. 42-1-42 2958 Lowry Road (Lot 6) - Tax Map No. 16-5-6 3096 Davis Mill Road (Lot 4 - 2.910 acres) Tax Map No. 18-8-4 1660 Rock Castle Road (3.91 acres) Tax Map No. 40-1-26C 4493 River Road West (1.804 acres) Tax Map No. 28-1-35 3564 Athey Road (2.82 acres) Tax Map No. 12-2-3A 2789 Chapel Hill Road (Parcel B - 1.52 acres) Tax Map No. 19-6-B1 4909 Shannon Hill Road (1.00 acres) Tax Map No. 4-1-43D1 Goochland County, Virginia In execution of a certain Credit Line Deed of Trust in the original principal amount of $190,000.00, to Gregory C. Tripp and M. Andrew McLean, Trustees, dated September 13, 2006, recorded in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Goochland County, Virginia, as Instrument No. 060004627, as modified by that certain Modification of Deed of Trust recorded October 22, 2012, in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, County of Goochland, Virginia, as Instrument No. 120003296, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured thereby and being required to do so by the noteholder, the undersigned, Substitute Trustee (appointed Substitute Trustee by noteholder as Instrument No. 130001872, recorded in the aforesaid Clerk’s Office); and in execution of a certain Credit Line Deed of Trust in the original principal amount of $970,000.00, to M. Andrew McLean and Gregory C. Tripp, Trustees, dated August 12, 2008, recorded in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Goochland County, Virginia, as Instrument No. 080003268, as modified by that certain Modification of Deed of Trust recorded on October 22, 2012, in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, County of Goochland, Virginia, as Instrument No. 120003297, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured thereby and being required to do so by the noteholder, the undersigned, Substitute Trustee (appointed Substitute Trustee by noteholder as Instrument No. 130001870 recorded in the aforesaid Clerk’s Office); and in execution of a certain Credit Line Deed of Trust in the original principal amount of $170,000.00, to L. McCauley Chenault and Alexander F. Dillard, Jr., Trustees, dated August 26, 2009, recorded in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Goochland County, Virginia, as Instrument No. 090003424, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured thereby and being required to do so by the noteholder, the undersigned, Substitute Trustee (appointed Substitute Trustee by noteholder as Instrument No. 130001871 recorded in the aforesaid Clerk’s Office), in accordance with the provisions of the aforesaid Deeds of Trust and after having given fourteen (14) days notice to the owner of the real estate of the date, time, place and terms of the sale, will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction, in consecutive order as listed above, at the front steps of the Goochland County Circuit Court, 2938 River Road W, Goochland, Virginia 23063, on June 24, 2013 at 2:00 p.m., local time, the real estate identified above and as more particularly described in the aforesaid Deeds of Trust. TERMS OF SALE: CASH. A deposit of ten percent (10%) of the bid, cash or certified check may be required at the time of each sale with settlement within fifteen (15) days from the date of sale. Each sale will be expressly subject to all easements, restrictions, and liens, including mechanics’ liens whether filed or unfiled, which may lawfully affect the herein described property or be superior to the lien of the herein referenced deeds of trust. Conveyance shall be with special warranty. Purchaser shall assume any unpaid real estate taxes for the current year from the date of sale. The real estate will be sold in bulk, in "AS IS" condition. Neither the Trustee nor the holder of each note secured by the aforesaid Deeds of Trust will deliver possession of the real estate to the successful bidder. The Trustee reserves the right to: withdraw any or all of the properties from sale at any time prior to the termination of bidding; and to keep the bidding open for any length of time. Additional terms may be announced at the time of each sale. Pursuant to the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, we advise you that this firm is a debt collector attempting to collect the in-

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p g debtedness referred to herein and any information we obtain will be used for that purpose. FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: Stephen E. Scarce and/or Meredith L. Yoder, Substitute Trustees, Parker, Pollard, Wilton & Peaden, P.C., 6802 Paragon Place, Suite 300, Richmond, Virginia, 23230, (804) 262-3600. Publication dates: May 30, 2013, June 6, 2013, June 13, 2013 and June 20, 2013.

TRUSTEE SALES TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 5025 SHANNON HILL ROAD, KENTS STORE, VA 23084 In execution of a Deed of Trust in the original principal amount of $176,000.00 from Richard C. Cope and Betty W. Cope dated May 15, 2007, recorded among the land records of the Circuit Court for the COUNTY OF GOOCHLAND as Deed Book/Instrument Number 070002618, the undersigned appointed Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at public auction in the COUNTY OF GOOCHLAND, on the front steps at the Circuit Court building for the County of Goochland located at 2938 River Road West, Goochland, Virginia on June 12, 2013 at 5:15 PM, the property with improvements to wit: ALL THAT CERTAIN PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED IN BYRD DISTRICT, COUNTY OF GOOCHLAND, STATE OF VIRGINIA, BEING KNOWN AND DESIGNATED AS LYING ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF STATE ROUTE 605, ALL AS MORE PARTICULARLY SHOWN ON PLAT OF SURVEY BY MICHAEL L. PARRISH & ASSOCIATES, INC. ENTITLED "PLAT OF SURVEY OF 2.31 ACRES ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF STATE ROUTE 605, BYRD DISTRICT, GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA, IN PLAT CABINET B, SLIDE 61, AND TO WHICH PLAT REFERENCE IS HEREBY MADE FOR A MORE PARTICULAR DESCRIPTION OF THE LOT HEREBY CONVEYED. AND further described in the above Deed of Trust. THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR. TERMS OF SALE: ALL CASH. A bidder’s deposit of $15,000.00 or 10% of the sale price, whichever is lower, will be required in cash, certified or cashier’s check. Settlement within fifteen (15) days of sale, otherwise Trustees may forfeit deposit. Additional terms to be announced at sale. Loan type: Conventional. Reference Number 11-214209D. PROFESSIONAL FORECLOSURE CORPORATION OF VIRGINIA, Substitute Trustees, C/O SHAPIRO BROWN & ALT, LLP, 236 Clearfield Avenue, Suite 215, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462 (757) 687-8777.

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TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 20.342 acres Lot 5, Lavaga Subdivision Goochland County, Virginia Tax Map Parcel 38-12-5 Default having been made in the terms of a certain Deed of Trust dated March 26, 2012, originally in the amount of $96,500.00, and of record in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Goochland County, Virginia, as Instrument No. 120001077, W. Richard Hairfield, the undersigned Substitute Trustee having been requested to do so by the holder of the Note secured, will proceed to sell at public auction, for cash, on Monday, June 10, 2013 at 10:00 a.m., in front of the Goochland County Courthouse, Goochland, Virginia, the above described property. At the sale, a $5,000.00 bidder’s deposit may be required at the sole discretion of the Trustee and a purchaser’s deposit of ten percent (10%) of the gross sales price of the property shall be required in cash, cashier’s check or certified check, at the time of sale, with settlement to be made within ten (10) days thereafter. The property is being sold AS IS. Additional terms will be announced at the sale. Sale subject to post sale seller confirmation. For information contact: W. RICHARD HAIRFIELD, SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE 2800 Buford Road, Suite 201 Richmond, Virginia 23235 (804) 320-6600 ADVERTISE

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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, JUNE 6, 2013 ON THE FOLLOWING:

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Scheduled to begin at 7:00 p.m. District 4 CU-2013-00004 Application filed by Northstar Excavating, Inc. (Kelly Lunderman) requesting a Conditional Use Permit on Assessor’s Parcel No. 48-1-0-48-0 (GPIN 7727-78-9907) located at 2187 Ashland Road. The applicant plans to expand an existing business to include an asphalt and concrete mixing plant. The property is zoned M-2 (Industrial, General). A Conditional Use Permit for “asphalt mixing plant and/or concrete mixing plant” is required by Article 19, Section 3.5 of the Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area for Industrial use. District 5 CU-2013-00005 Application filed by Wise Corporation c/o Tim Russell/ Stewart Enterprises, Inc. (Greenwood Memorial Cemetery) requesting a Conditional Use Permit for Assessor’s Parcel No. 64-1-0-39-0 (GPIN 7724-71-8898) located at 12609 Patterson Avenue. The applicant plans to expand the existing cemetery to include additional grave sites and mausoleums. The property is zoned A-2 (Agricultural, Limited). A Conditional Use Permit for “commercial cemeteries” is required by Article 3, Section 3.5 of the Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Recreational/Open Space. District 4 CUP-2013-00006 Application filed Strickland, US (Sean O’Reilly) requesting a Conditional Use Permit for Assessor’s Parcel No. 45-5-0-3-0 (GPIN 6797-78-2013) located at 1070 Merchants Lane in the Goochland Industrial Park. The applicant is requesting a Conditional Use Permit to allow for metal product assembly, cutting and fabrication and outside storage. The property is zoned M-1 (Industrial, Limited). A Conditional Use Permit for “metal product assembly, cutting and fabrication” and for “outside storage” is required by Article 18, Section 3.2 and 3.8 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area for Industrial use. District 4 CU-2013-00007 Application filed Lucas L. Salmon requesting a Conditional Use Permit for Assessor’s Parcel No. 45-5-0-5-0 (GPIN 679767-7502) located at 1075 Merchants Lane in the Goochland Industrial Park. The applicant is requesting a Conditional Use Permit to allow for automobile repair. The property is zoned M-1 (Industrial, Limited). A Conditional Use Permit for “automobile repair, rebuilding and reconditioning wholly within an enclosed building” is required by Article 18, Section 3.7 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area for Industrial use.

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AGENDA DATE: JUNE 4, 2013

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

BOARD MEETING ROOM

TIME: 3:00 P.M.

3:00 PM 19. Closed Meeting & Certification: None • INVOCATION • PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 1. Citizens’ Comment Period

7:00 PM 20. Chairman Calls Meeting Back To Order

2. Requests to Postpone Agenda Items and Additions, Deletions or Changes in the Order of Presentation

21. Citizens’ Comment Period

3. Approval of Minutes: April 16 and May 7, 2013

22. General Fund Third Quarter Projection for FY2013 and Request to Amend the FY2013 General Fund Budget

4. County Administrator’s Comments a. Introduction of Brett Bosis, Summer Intern b. Presentation by Dr. Gary L. Rhodes, President, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College

23. Approval of Committed Uses of General Fund Balance as of June 30, 2013

5. Reports a. Update from School Superintendent on “School Matters” (Quarterly) b. Fire/Rescue c. Sheriff d. VDOT e. Planning Activity f. Accounts Payable 6. New Business a. Consent Items: • Acceptance of Donation of Skate Park Equipment to Parks, Recreation, and Facilities Management 7. Authorization for County Administrator to Execute Documents Related to an Addendum to Extend the Contract with CVWMA to Provide Collection, Transportation and Processing of Used Electronic Equipment 8. Authorization for County Administrator to Execute Documents Related to a New Contract with CVWMA for Solid Waste Transporting and Disposal Services 9. Authorization for County Administrator to Renew Property and Liability Insurance and Worker’s Compensation Coverage with VACORP for FY2014 10. Amendment of the FY2013 Comprehensive Services Act and Social Services Fund Budgets 11. Amendment of the FY2013 Utilities Operating and Capital Budgets

24. Amendment of the FY2014 School Board Budget 25. Decision On Rezoning Application Deferred on May 7, 2013 After Public Hearing - District 4 - Rezoning Application Filed by Lynn Siewers and Ken O’Dell to Rezone from A-2 District (Agricultural, Limited) to R-R District (Residential, Rural) One Lot in Granite Trace Subdivision along Granite Trace Lane 26.

Public Hearings a. Consideration of Adoption of the Secondary Six Year Plan for Fiscal Years 2013/14 through 2018/19 and on the Secondary System Construction Budget Priority for Fiscal Year 2013/14 Improvements under consideration include, but are not limited to, realignment of Hockett Road at Broad Street Road, extension of Fairground Road to River Road West, shoulder improvements along Fairground Road, intersection improvement at Sandy Hook and Fairground Roads, traffic relief measures for Patterson Avenue, and rural roads eligible for VDOT’s Rural Rustic Road program. b. District 4 CU-2013-00003 Application Filed by Tamra and Douglas Adams (Adams International School) Requesting a Conditional Use Permit for Assessor’s Parcel Nos. 32-1-0-77-A (GPIN 6788-32-3769); 32-1-0-77-0 (GPIN 6788-32-8409); 32-1-77C (GPIN 6788-12-8283) And 32-1-0-77-B (GPIN 6788-12-4953) Located at 1655 Broad Street Road West of Fairground Road. the Applicant Plans to 1) Expand the Existing Montessori School; 2) Establish a Bed and Breakfast in an Existing Dwelling; 3) Host Summer Camps; 4) Run an Equestrian School 5) And Establish a Wedding and Events Venue. The Property is Zoned A-2 (Agricultural, Limited). The Conditional Use Permit is Required by Article 3, Sections 3.19, 3.6, 3.21, 3.2, and 3.20 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan Designates This Area as a Rural Enhancement Area.

12. Resolution to Authorize Capital Expenditures to Be Reimbursed from Anticipated Future Bond Proceeds 13. Consideration of Health Care Premiums for County Employees for the Plan Year Beginning October 2013 14. Authorization for County Administrator to Execute a Memorandum of Understanding between Goochland County and the Monacan Soil and Water Conservation District (tentative, could be moved to July Board of Supervisors meeting) 15. There are no Recommended Referrals to the Planning Commission for July 16. Information Only: Zoning Applications and Ordinance Amendments Scheduled for Public Hearing by the Planning Commission on June 6, 2013 District 4 CUP-2013-00004 Application Filed by Northstar Excavating, Inc. (Kelly Lunderman) Requesting a Conditional Use Permit for Assessor’s Parcel No. 48-1-0-48-0 (GPIN 7727-78-9907) Located at 2187 Ashland Road. The Applicant Plans to Expand an Existing Business to Include an Asphalt and Concrete Mixing Plant. The Property is Zoned M-2 (Industrial, General). A Conditional Use Permit for “Asphalt Mixing Plant and/or Concrete Mixing Plant” is Required by Article 19, Section 3.5 of the Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan Designates this Area for Industrial Use District 4 CUP-2013-00006 Application Filed by Strickland, US (Sean O’Reilly) Requesting a Conditional Use Permit for Assessor’s Parcel No. 45-5-0-3-0 (GPIN 6797-78-2013) Located at 1070 Merchants Lane in the Goochland Industrial Park. The Applicant is Requesting a Conditional Use Permit to Allow for Metal Product Assembly, Cutting, Fabrication and Outside Storage the Property is Zoned M-1 (Industrial, Limited). A Conditional Use Permit for “Metal Product Assembly, Cutting, and Fabrication” and for Outside Storage” Is Required by Article 18, Section 3.2 and 3.8 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan Designates this Area for Industrial Use District 4 CUP-2013-00007 Application Filed by Lucas L. Salmon Requesting a Conditional Use Permit for Assessor’s Parcel No. 45-5-0-5-0 (GPIN 6797-67-7502) Located at 1075 Merchants Lane in the Goochland Industrial Park. The Applicant is Requesting a Conditional Use Permit to Allow for Automobile Repair. The Property is Zoned M-1 (Industrial, Limited). A Conditional Use Permit for “Automobile Repair, Rebuilding and Reconditioning Wholly within an Enclosed Building” is Required by Article 18, Section 3.7 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan Designates this Area for Industrial Use District 5 CUP-2013-00005 Application Filed by Wise Corporation c/o Tim Russell/Stewart Enterprises, Inc. (Greenwood Memorial Cemetery) Requesting a Conditional Use Permit for Assessor’s Parcel No. 64-1-0-39-0 (GPIN 7724-71-8898) Located at 12609 Patterson Avenue. The Applicant Plans to Expand the Existing Cemetery to Include Additional Grave Sites and Mausoleums. The Property is Zoned A-2 (Agricultural, Limited). A Conditional Use Permit for “Commercial Cemeteries” is Required by Article 3, Section 3.5 of the Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan Designates this Area as Recreational/Open Space 17. Appointments 18. Design Review Committee Appeal – District 3 - Parrish Ford Sign

c. County Wide 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 d. Ordinance to Amend Article 22 (“Entrance Corridor And Village Center Overlay District”), Section 14 (“Development Standards For Route 250 (Broad Street Road) Of The Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A To The Goochland County Code Of Ordinances) To Revise The Development Standards For The Route 250 Overlay District In The Centerville Village e. Ordinance to Amend 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”), 10 (“Required Findings”), 11 (“Route 6/650 Entrance Corridor Overlay District Design and Development Standards”), 12 (“Oilville Village Overlay District Design and Development Standards”) and 13 (“Courthouse Village Overlay District Design and Development Standards”) 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 in a Design Overlay District, and to Revise the Design and Development Standards for the Route 6/650 Entrance Corridor, Oilville Village and the Courthouse Village Overlay Districts

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f. County Wide 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 27. Resolution to Approve Designating the Valley View Lane Rural Addition Project as a Revenue Sharing Project and to Reallocate $28,117 in VDOT Revenue Sharing Funds to the Valley View Project 28. Other Business 29. Adjournment: The Board of Supervisors will adjourn to Tuesday, July 2, 10 a.m. for a Work Session regarding Animal Control ordinances, policies, definitions and other related items in the Board Conference Room (meeting is open to the public). The Audit Committee will meet at 1:30 p.m. in the Board Conference Room on Tuesday, July 2 (meeting is open to the public). The regular afternoon and evening sessions of the Board of Supervisors’ on July 2, is scheduled for 3:00 & 7:00 p.m. in the Board Meeting Room. This is a draft agenda and is subject to change

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