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Volume 59, Number 38 • September 26, 2013

Mother still seeking justice

A beautiful day for a ride

Christina Maxwell says she won’t stop looking for the driver who struck and killed her son three years ago By Roslyn Ryan Editor

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A wagon pulled by a tractor helps visitors get around the wide-ranging Field Day of the Past grounds last Friday. For more photos from the annual Field Day event, see page 8.

Three years after her son Billy was killed, Goochland resident Christina Maxwell still finds reminders of him everywhere. Sitting in her kitchen, Maxwell fishes a small plastic pellet — the kind used in the airsoft guns Billy and his friends loved to play with in the backyard — out of a crack in the table. This pellet will be see Mother > page 2

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After her son Billy was killed in a hit and run in 2010, Christina Maxwell had his portrait etched on her forearm. As of the third anniversary of his death last week, the case had still not been solved.

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laboratively, she means it. In fact, Rosner is hoping to involve the entire county in her next project, a series of When Goochland artist Patti paintings depicting what village life Rosner says she likes to work col- looked like years ago in each of the By Roslyn Ryan Editor

county’s five districts. forever,� said Rosner. “It will be unique to have an Once the project is complete, it exhibit of this nature as some of will be given to the County and our villages look the same as they see Project > page 4 did decades ago, and some are gone

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Mother continued from > page 1 placed where she’s put all of the others, in front of Billy’s portrait in the living room. The table below it has become a sort of shrine, filled with childhood photos and sports trophies. On that particular day, the third anniversary of the day Billy Maxwell III was hit and killed while walking along the side of Route 250, the living room was also filled with teens who had been his friends. “They come every year on the anniversary,” said Maxwell. It was around 4 p.m. and Maxwell had several bouquets of artificial flowers they would soon be taking to the spot where Billy was killed. A few days later, she planned to set up a booth at the county’s annual Field Day of the Past, passing out fliers in the hope that just one out of the thousands of attendees

might have the answer she’s been seeking for so long. More than anything, she wants to know who killed her son. What she does know, said Maxwell, is that Billy and two girls he knew were driving back from a party in the early hours of Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010. At some point, as they traveled down Route 250, Billy was dropped off on the side of the road. Maxwell said she doesn’t know why her son was left alone in the dark, only that a newspaper carrier later reported seeing the young man trying to hitch a ride. It was around 3 a.m. when another carrier called 911 to report finding Billy unresponsive on the side of the road. He would be pronounced dead at the scene, sending both law enforcement and his family searching desperately for the person responsible.

Maxwell believes the person lived — and may still live — in Goochland and that it is only a matter of time before the case is solved. For her part, Christina Maxwell has worked tirelessly to find answers. She has printed fliers and posters, hung banners and talked to reporters. The family has held blood drives in Billy’s honor and manned information booths at local events. Asked what she would want to say to the person who left her son to die, Maxwell stressed not her own pain but theirs. “It must be a burden,” she said. “I would tell them to stop looking over their shoulder.” Maxwell said she has never considered accepting that the case may never be solved. “I’m just never going to give up,” said Maxwell. “Whoever did this, their days are numbered. I just want them to come forward and tell me what happened.”

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Allen-Bowles honored by Goochland NAACP for service to community Former Christmas Mother says she intends to keep serving residents any way she can By Roslyn Ryan Editor

When it came time to introduce Jane Allen-Bowles, this year’s Goochland County Branch NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet honoree, some in attendance at the annual event Sept. 21 may have wondered how the presenters of the award would ever be able to list all of AllenBowles’ achievements. After all, this is a woman who has spent the bulk of her life working to support myriad organizations and community efforts, from Fauquier Baptist Church — where she has been a member for more than 55 year — to Goochland Powhatan Community Services. She is a Silver Life member of the Goochland Branch NAACP and a leader in the Order of the Eastern Star. In 2010, she served as the Goochland County Christmas Mother. Rather than list all of these

Jane Allen-Bowles achievements, many of those who spoke during the banquet chose to focus instead on Allen-Bowles’ personal attributes. Her son, James Allen Jr., jokingly referred to his mother as the “drill sergeant” of his youth, thanking her for making him and all his siblings into the successful adults they became. Ruby L. Jackson, a Deaconess at Fauquier Baptist Church, thanked Allen-Bowles for the lifelong friendship the two have shared. “You have never been anything less than amazing to me,” said Jackson, praising Allen-Bowles for her integrity

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and her unwavering support. A native of Hackensack, N.J., Allen Bowles came to Gum Spring before she was even one year old. She graduated from Central High School and graduated from the Richmond Technical Center School of Nursing before adding credentials from the J. Sargeant Reynolds School of Horticulture and Richmond Professional Institute among others. She was employed by James H. Bowles MD, Sandy Hook Family Medicine and Bowles, Bowles and Short for 42 years and three months and also served as the secretary at Randolph Elementary School and a nurse at Retreat Hospital. When it came time to accept her honor, AllenBowles thanked those in attendance and insisted that she intends to continue serving her community in any way she can. “This will not be the last you hear from me, of course,” said Allen-Bowles. “People are always telling me, ‘slow down’ and I’m trying. [But] each day of your life you need to be able to say ‘I have helped someone along the way.’ We all need to leave a legacy and we need to make it a positive one.”

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When it comes to providing a first-rate education for Virginia’s children, William Quarles said his position can be summed up in two words: start early. Speaking recently about the importance of supporting early childhood education, Quarles, the Democratic candidate for the 65th District seat in the Virginia House of Delegates, said it comes down to making sure that students are given opportunities and encouragement from an early age. “If we don’t do that,” said Quarles, “we miss that opportunity to have a group of people who are able to get the jobs that they want.” Quarles, who was born in Louisa and graduated from Goochland High School, has been involved in education in one form or another for most of his life. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in chemistry and biology from Virginia Union University, Quarles taught middle school in the

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City of Richmond and in Louisa. Later, during his 32-year career with Dominion Virginia Power, he served as an instructor of nuclear chemistry at the North Anna Nuclear Power Station in Louisa. Before running for the first of his two four-year terms on the Goochland County Board of Supervisors, Quarles attended the University of Virginia’s Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership. Even his failed re-election bid (he lost to Republican challenger Manuel Alvarez Jr. in 2011) was viewed as an educa-

plan in keeping with Rosner’s philosophy of making art as continued from > page 1 accessible as possible. “I believe it is important exhibited in the Goochland Administration Building, a for the general public to have access to art in public places,”

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tion of sorts. “I looked at it as a learning experience,” said Quarles. He has also come to see it as something more, a sign that it was time to consider his next move. “Sometimes out of difficult circumstances come opportunities,” he said. After announcing his candidacy in April, Quarles wasted little time in letting the residents of the 65th District know where he stood on several hot-button topics, including civil rights, health care and women’s issues. As he states on his website, http://www.quarlesfordelegate. com/, Quarles supports legalizing gay marriage and restoring voting rights to felons who have successfully served their sentences. Concerning the Medicaid expansion, he is characteristically frank. “We have 400,000 people in Virginia who are uninsured — 12,000 in the 65th District. That’s a travesty,” said Quarles. “We are better than that and we have to make sure we are taking care of the people who can’t take care of themselves.” He also is firm in his belief

that women in Virginia are in a particularly vulnerable position. “No one has a right to tell women what to do when it comes to their health issues,” said Quarles, adding that he feels women are in danger of being made second class citizens. Quarles said he knows he faces a tough battle in the weeks leading up to the Nov. 5 general election. His opponent, Del. R. Lee Ware Jr., RPowhatan, has held the seat since 1998. A woman he met at a Powhatan restaurant told him flatly that, as a Democrat, he had little chance of getting elected in 65th District. While the “D” next to his name is certainly no arbitrary letter, Quarles said it does not define how he will serve the people if elected. “Once you become elected, you have to work together,” said Quarles. “Yes, you may be elected as a Democrat, but you still have to represent the Commonwealth. We want to make sure we can move our country forward so everyone can be valued and valid.”

said Rosner, “not just galleries and museums.” To promote the project, Rosner has also created a Facebook page with images from each of the 5 districts. She is asking Goochland residents to help choose the image they would like to see represent each district. The images with the most “likes” will be the ones used to create the final five paintings. The Facebook page address where residents can vote on the images Rosner will paint is www.facebook.com/

villagesofgoochland. In order to help fund the project, Rosner is selling items featuring her images including coffee mugs, decorative plates, matted prints, canvas reproductions and note cards. Retail costs range from $7 to $90 and items can be purchased at http:/gogetfunding. com/project/the-villages-ofgoochland. Once her costs are covered, said Rosner, all of the profits will be given to the Goochland Historical Society, and Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services.


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September 26, 2013 Arnold Childress CHILDRESS, Arnold Eugene “Arnold Gene,” 77, of Manakin Sabot, passed away at his home on August 28, 2013, surro u n d e d by family. He was born and raised in Rockville, Va., the 14th of 15 children. He is survived by his wife, Eva Wood Childress;

four children, Donna Childress, Jeff Childress, Kim Childress Nuckols (Bobby) and Stephen Childress (Shannon); 10 grandchildren, Heather, Hunter, Hollie, Bradley, Blair, Eric, Caitlynn, Mariah, Alex, and his newest grandson, Mason Arnold Childress named for his granddaddy; and six brothers and sisters, Frances, Roberta, Jane, Rose, Grayson and Garland. He enjoyed rabbit hunting and raising AKC registered beagles. He drove a gas truck for 55 years. He was loved by all who knew him and enjoyed spending time

with family and friends. The family received friends on Aug. 30 at the West Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home, 11020 W. Broad St., where a funeral service was held on Aug. 31. Interment followed in Greenwood Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the SPCA or a charity of your choice.

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As parents you have only a few years to prepare your children for a world that requires responsibility and maturity for survival. That thought alone can send shivers down your parental spine! Goochland County offers the Becoming a Love & Logic Parent education program, an interactive series of four twohour sessions, on an on-going basis. These workshops help parents to provide a nurturing environment which encourages children to make healthy

Samuel Snead SNEAD, Samuel Leroy, of Manakin Sabot, Va., departed this life Monday, September 16, 2013. Arrangements by Robert Mealy Funeral Home Goochland, Va.

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choices. It is based on a winwin approach to parenting that teaches young people how to be responsible, and parents how to establish healthy controls. It is offered as a free program facilitated by Linda Coulson, LCSW. During classes free child care is provided on-site by the Goochland Family YMCA. The Becoming a Love & Logic Parent program is a collaborative effort of the Goochland Family Support Program, the Goochland

Department of Social Services, the Goochland County Office on Youth, the 16th District Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court, Goochland Public Schools and the Goochland Family YMCA. The next session begins Oct. 22 and runs for four consecutive Tuesday evenings from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. For more information or to schedule a class, please contact Mills Jones, Director, Goochland County Office on Youth at (804) 556-5875 or mjones@ co.goochland.va.us.

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Kudos to teachers who make history come alive

Coaching them up and saving a life

“If one could make alive again for other people some cobwebbed skein of old dead intrigues and breathe breath and character into dead names and stiff portraits. That is history to me!” George Macaulay Trevelyan

This is a busy time of year for college football coaches, and they have enough on their schedules without taking on a lifesaving mission each fall . . . but they do. Most of them will don patches this Saturday to recognize a national effort to raise awareness and money about a disease that is silently killing young boys. Coach to Cure is an annual campaign organized by Parents Project for Muscular Dystrophy (PPMD) and the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA). This year, more than 600 high schools and colleges have signed up to participate. Many of the teams invite Duchenne-affected boys to their practices during the week, or have a young man who can’t run lead a team of athletes who can onto the field. These coaches have taken the time to educate themselves about Duchenne-Muscular Dystrophy and realize the devastating effects a diagnosis can have on a family. Duchenne is the most destructive form of muscular dystrophy, a genetic muscular degenerative disease that robs its victims of their ability to walk, move, breathe and

“If you want to understand today, you have to search yesterday.” Pearl Buck By Roslyn Ryan Editor

All teachers, as we know, face tremendous challenges. But perhaps the group of educators I have always held in particularly high esteem are those tasked with teaching middle school history. Honestly, I can think of few responsibilities more challenging than trying to connect students who have not even hit their teen years with the vast expanse of human experience stretching back further than most of them are even capable of fathoming (to wit: I distinctly remember, as a fourth or fifth grader, conveniently lumping everything from Caesar’s Rome to Sherman’s march into roughly the same historical period. I knew it happened, but it happened in a time referred to as “back then.” Further back, as in the dinosaur age, was “way back then”). Please don’t misunderstand me: I know there are tremendously gifted, dedicated teachers who have found ways to make history exciting and

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enjoyable for their students. I just have no idea how they do it. Given the obstacles they face — including, of course, a kid’s natural disinclination to choose memorizing the dates of the Truman administration over playing pretty much any video game ever created — it is fortunate that there are events out there that can occasionally lend a hand in making history come alive. One such event, last weekend’s Field Day of the Past, offered local kids (and adults, too, of course) the chance to witness everything from chainsaw carving to wheat threshing to full-scale re-enactments — and the opportunity to see history come alive. It was a wonderful event and if you didn’t get the chance to attend I hope you have marked it on your calendar for next year. As I have moved further away from my own middle school days (let’s just say they now fall under “way back then”) I have come to yearn for a closer connection to those who came before us, and events like Field Day of the Past go a long way toward helping to foster those connections. As for the kids who attended, there is little doubt they picked up a few mini history lessons as they enjoyed the sights and sounds of the day — and that’s good news for teachers everywhere.

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eventually live. Many families affected believe a cure or treatment is near, but a serious lack of dollars is preventing researchers from taking the final steps to solving this complicated genetic puzzle. And, that’s where PPMD, AFCA and Coach to Cure MD have played an enormous role in the past years as their campaign grew by leaps and bounds. And there’s a reason for that. Once the public knows about Duchenne and Muscular Dystrophy in general, it pulls on their heartstrings and evokes a sense of empa-

thy duly deserved by the ones who suffer through the inhumanity of this disease. The kindness and compassion of parents and friends who do not have children with MD constantly amazes me, and, in the end, it will be their generosity that will end this nightmarish scenario. That begins with awareness and Coach to Cure has been one of the most effective campaigns in recent memory to raise awareness and quite a bit of money as fans in college stadiums across the nation donate to a worthy cause. Earlier this week, my son participated in a Coach to Cure high school event in Goochland. It was a big night for Jack, 9, who suffers from Duchenne. After he met with the team and flipped the coin during the opening ceremony, Jack manned a booth to accept donations for Coach to Cure. As I sat with him, I noticed the multitude of people who slipped coins and dollars in the boxes. They all had been touched by the message of Coach to Cure, from the youngest of children to the oldest of fans, who stopped by and gave what they could. One child’s suffering is sometimes see Coaching > page 7

Letters to the Editor Library patron dismayed by display of rude behavior Dear Editor, Having just returned from a visit to our wonderful local library, I am distressed at the great volume of loud conversations, screaming babies, and other distractions that detract from the enjoyment of browsing for books and reading periodicals in a quiet space. Almost every time I visit I am amazed that people are not aware or do not care of the proper behavior that one should exhibit in our quiet public spaces so as not to disturb

others. It seems that the staff chooses to ignore this problem or has been told by management not to address it. What happened to the days of talking in a very low tone, or moving your distractions or conversations to another venue? Is this just another example of the “Me generation” and if it works for me, then who cares how it affects others? I would be interested in a response from the Library Administration that states their policy on this issue. Thank you, Gene Fletcher Sandy Hook

Goochland Lions Club thanks the community for its support The Goochland County Lions Club would like to thank the community for supporting our recent BBQ held on Sept. 12 at Dover Lake. We had a very good turnout and we appreciate the support of many businesses and individuals that sponsored our event and provided items for our silent auction and raffle. Specifically, our sponsors included Doug Brandmahl with Virginia Farm see Letters > page 7


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Lickinghole brewery to host grand opening celebration Korey Hughes Special Correspondent

In his 1979 classic The Gift, Lewis Hyde described the difference between work and labor: “Work is what we do by the hour. It begins and, if possible, we do it for money. Welding car bodies on an assembly line is work; washing dishes, computing taxes, walking the rounds in a psychiatric ward, picking asparagus–these are work. Labor, on the other hand, sets its own pace. We may get paid for it, but it’s harder to quantify… Writing a poem, raising a child, developing a new calculus, resolving a neurosis, invention in all forms — these are labors.” In the heart of Goochland County, off Route 6 and before George’s Tavern, Lisa and SeanThomas Pumphrey know all about labor. Their craft brewery, Lickinghole Creek Craft Brewery (named for the creek that runs around the bottom of the property), opens its doors Sept. 28. Inside the cavernous brewhouse,

Coaching continued from > page 6 felt by us all, and finding a cure for Duchenne is the last and best hope for many of these young boys, my son included. You can join in the mission this weekend by texting the word CURE to 90999 and make a $5 donation to Coach to Cure

Letters continued from > page 6 Bureau, Dawson’s Pharmacy, Goochland Animal Clinic, Ned Creasey, Bill Quarles and Lee Ware. Businesses that supported our silent auction and raffle included: Enzo’s Restaurant, JJ’s Seafood, Southern States, Goochland Custom Buildings, Sycamore Creek Golf Course,

the first full batch of their Three Chopt Tripel is fermenting. The brewery is located on a 220-acre farm and below the 20barrel brewhouse, the hanging skeins of the hops fields dominate the landscape. The Pumphreys have 1,000 hop mounds growing, making them one of the largest growers of hops in the state of Virginia. “We started three or four years ago as a test location for hops,” Lisa Pumphrey said. “We grew several different varieties in a pilot study. We grew Chinook, Columbus, Cascade, Centennial. We discovered that Columbus and Cascades grow the best in the Goochland red clay.” Lisa Pumphrey, an energetic mother-of-three, walks through the brewery with an entrepreneur’s eye for detail and a citizen’s love of community. For Pumphrey, whose background is in wildlife biology, the agribusiness model that LCCB represents is the real goal of the project. When the Pumphreys realized they were ready to open a brew-

ery, not just grow hops, they were faced with the prospect of selling the farm in order to move to a manufacturing location. Instead, they petitioned the county to make a change to the zoning ordinance. Now, any person in agriculture who has 60 acres or more can open a brewery. “We’re trying to create an agricultural business model where you can have a successful business and also grow crops,” Pumphrey said. “The goal is to set an agricultural business example, that we can preserve this land and save it as well as share it with the community.” Pumphrey is frank about the economic implications of what she calls doing everything “the hard way”: “It would be a lot less expensive for us to start it in a manufacturing facility, and maybe a smarter economic model, so it was an attachment to land and a passion for conservation of the environment that made us want to do it here,” Pumphrey said. Part of the conservation ele-

and join hundreds of football coaches, fans and everyday Americans in a grassroots effort to defeat a killer. And, we all know from personal experience that good deeds are in fact paid back many times over, and often the satisfaction of an act of compassion can far outweigh the joy of receiving.

That’s what brings me to this Saturday and those small patches you will see on the sleeve of every coach in America. You will know why many of the coaches seem emotional at the start of the game. A young boy with Duchenne has touched their hearts. Mine, too. I hope yours has been too, and thanks.

Royal Virginia Golf Course, Home Depot, Green Top Hunting and Fishing, Food Lion, Goochland Auto Parts, Dr. Sarah Wilmer, Creative Concepts Hair Studio and Goochland Farm Bureau. In addition, J.T Lacy, S.B. Cox, Richmond Printing Services, and Foxanna Farm made donations in support of the event. Music was provided by Michael

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ment of the brewery is a water treatment facility that the Pumphreys collaborated with the state of Virginia and the engineering company Balzar & Associates to build. “For every beer that you make, you use up about eight times as much water in the cleaning process,” Pumphrey said. “When you start quantifying that for a 40 barrel system, you are dumping a lot of water down the sewer drains. The water from the water treatment system goes back into see Brewery > page 10

Lickinghole Creek Craft Brewery’s Lisa Pumphrey and head brewer David Achkio are looking forward to the company’s upcoming grand opening on Sept. 28. “We’re trying to create an agricultural business model where you can have a successful business and also grow crops,” Pumphrey said. Submitted photo

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Brewery continued from > page 7 the Lickinghole Creek Watershed, so we’re not taking from the water table, except for what goes specifically out in the beer.” The water comes from two on-site wells, and doesn’t require any filtration. “The mineral balance and the pH is perfect for beer, so you’re actually using the true water from Goochland County,” Pumphrey said. Although the Pumphreys have to source some ingredients from off-farm — barley, for example, because the brewery does not have a malting operation — they will be producing an Estate Series that will be produced entirely with on-farm produce. This will include the Wet Hop Ale, which Pumphrey hopes will be ready by the September 28 grand opening, as well as a pumpkin ale made with pumpkins grown organically on the farm. This sense of place is not surprising from an operation owned and managed almost entirely by native Virginians: Although the Pumphreys lived in Montana

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for six years prior to starting the farm, Lisa is a Goochland native who grew up riding at Swift Creek on Miller’s Lane, and SeanThomas is from the west end of Richmond. Their head brewer, David Achkio, calls Richmond his “adopted” home (despite a luminous career in Pittsburg and at Pyramid Breweries on the west coast). The Pumphreys’ partner in the business, Ferris Loutfi, is also a Virginian. “We moved all the way to Montana and we still got sucked right back in to Goochland County!” Pumphrey said. “You get tied to your place.” Proof that the Pumphreys seem determined to do things “the hard way” in pursuit of quality is the warm room inside the brewery. A warm room is a feature typically found in Belgian breweries where beers are held at a constant temperature for two weeks post-bottling to allow for “bottle conditioning.” “The beer is re-fermenting in the bottle, getting its CO2 volumes to where we determine,” head brewer David Achkio said. “A lot of places don’t do the bottle conditioning, but it’s an impor-

tant step for what Sean wanted to accomplish with the flavors. It adds another level of complexity in the flavor. It produces more CO2 and alcohol, and a flavor that you don’t get from force-carbonating. People argue that it changes the mouth feel.” The Pumphreys original interest in beer-making stemmed from a homebrewing hobby they acquired in the vibrant craft beer scene in Montana, and Lisa Pumphrey emphasized the importance of that “mouth feel.” “Sean and Ferris and I feel passionately that the mouth feel that we get, as homebrewers, from bottle conditioning versus force carbonation, was very different,” Pumphrey said. “We reduce our output but we increase our quantity.” Lickinghole Creek’s Grand Opening will run from 1 PM to 7 PM on September 28 and will include a performance by yacht rock band Three Sheets to the Wind. On November 16th, LCCB will collaborate with Lisa Dearden with Chick-N-Egg Productions to host local farmers and craftsman and release the Estate Series Pumpkin Saison.

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Goochland’s Court Appointed Special Advocates group (CASA) recently participated in the Colonial 200 and the Colonial 70 to raise money for their organization. The mission of the group is to insure that all children who are in the court system through no fault of their own may have a home that is stable and permanent. The colonial races are relay races that involve 12 or six runners completing a distance of 200 miles or 70 miles. It is designed to be a fun and challenging running race involving multiple runners. TUESDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30

The Colonial 200 is an overnight run that begins in Crozet and end at the Jamestown Park with a party and celebration. The Colonial 70 follows the same course but begins in Hanover Courthouse and ends in Jamestown Park. The Colonial 200 is a 36-leg race with each of the 12 runners completing three legs. The legs vary in length from three to seven miles. The team rides in a van from the start to the first exchange point. They pick up runner one and drop runner two who then runs the second leg of the race. This is repeated until all 12 runners have run a leg and then runner one begins running again. The total distance a

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participant run is about the same as a half marathon but they get to rest and eat in between running their leg. The 200-mile race begins on Friday morning and runners take about 30 hours to complete the course, so running takes place throughout the night. Back roads are used for running and night time runners must have head lights and lighted vests so any traffic can see them. This was an exciting new venture for CASA, with about 90 teams running this year’s race. Some of the CASA volunteers manned some of the exchange points as a way to raise funds in addition to contributions from running teams.

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The Run Like a Girl Richmond road 4-miler is an event held Oct. 13 at West Creek Parkway to help raise awareness about ovarian cancer and funds for the Health, Empowerment, Research, Awareness (HERA ) Foundation. The HERA Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides funds for cutting-edge research grants to scientists at respectable medical institutes. Help raise awareness about ovarian cancer by participating as a individual or a team. Go to www.runlikeagirl8k.com to learn more.

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

AGENDA DATE: October 1, 2013 3:00 P.M. • INVOCATION: Reverend Johan “Jock” O’Connell of Byrd Presbyterian • PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Letter of Recognition to Byrd Presbyterian Church in Celebration of Their 265th Anniversary

2.

County Employee Service Awards Presentation

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

BOARD MEETING ROOM

1:00 P.M. The Board Is Invited To Attend the Employee Service Anniversary Luncheon at the Goochland Parks and Recreation Sports Complex Gymnasium

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

3. Citizens’ Comment Period 4. Requests to Postpone Agenda Items and Additions, Deletions or Changes in the Order of Presentation 5. Approval of Minutes: September 3, 2013

f. Countywide Ordinance Amendment: Ordinance to amend Article 21 (“Supplementary Regulations”) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) by adding Division 7 (“Outdoor Lighting”) Sections 25 (“Purpose”), 26 (“Applicability”), 27 (“Nonconforming Lighting”), 28 (“Conformance with Applicable Codes and Ordinances”), 29 (“Definitions”), 30 (“General Requirements”), 31 (“Specific Requirements”), 32 (“Prohibited Lighting”), 33 (“Exemptions”), 34 (‘Lighting Plan Requirements”) and 35 (“Alternatives and Appeals to Approved Materials and Methods of Installation”) to implement standards and regulations for outdoor lighting 19. Appointments • Establishment of a Rural Economic Development Working Committee 20. Closed Meeting Motion: In accordance with the provisions of Sections 2.2-3711 and 2.2-3712 of the Code of Virginia, I move that the Goochland County Board of Supervisors convene in Closed Meeting for the purpose of discussing the performance and duties of the County Administrator and County Attorney, as permitted by Section 2.2-3711 (A)(1) of the Code of Virginia.

6. Chairman’s Comments Joint Board of Supervisor/School Board Member Town Hall Meetings: • District 1, October 28, 7:00 p.m., Byrd Elementary School • District 2, October 30, 7:00 p.m., J. Sargeant Reynolds CC Goochland Campus, New Community Room • District 3, October 16, 7:00 p.m., Company 5 • District 4, October 17, 7:00 p.m., Grace Chinese Baptist Church • District 5, October 24, 7:00 p.m., Company 1

21. Dinner Break

7. Audit Committee, Report Out From September 30th Meeting- Mr Alavrez, Audit Committee Chair

7:00 p.m.

8. County Administrator’s Comments

22. Chairman Calls Meeting Back to Order

9. Reports a. Planning Activity b. VDOT c. Accounts Payable

23. Citizens’ Comment Period

10. New Business • Consent Items: • Resolution to Hold a Rabies Clinic at Manakin Sabot Veterinary Clinic in Centerville on Saturday, October 19, 2013 11. Presentation by Ms. Jen Kostyniuk and Cathy Vick of Dominion Virginia Power on Their Emergency Preparedness and Response Strategy 12. Resolution to Consider Opting Out of VRS Virginia Local Disability Program 13. Consideration Of The County’s 2014 Legislative Agenda 14. Authorization for County Administrator to Execute a Memorandum of Agreement for Long-Term Water Allocation Between the Virginia Department Of Corrections, Powhatan County And Goochland County 15. Request to Set for Public Hearing for November 6, 2013 a. An Ordinance To Amend Chapter 11 (“Planning And Development”), Article I (“Industrial Development Authority”), Sections 11-1 (“Creation Of The Industrial Development Authority”) And 11-2 (“Directors; Qualifications; Terms; Vacancies; Etc.”) Of The Goochland County Code Of Ordinances To Codify The Name Change Of The Industrial Development Authority Of The County Of Goochland To The Economic Development Authority Of The County Of Goochland And To Revise The Provisions Related To The Authority Pursuant To State Law b. An Ordinance To Amend Chapter 3 (“Animals”), Article III (“Dogs”), Division 2 (“License”) Of The Goochland County Code Of Ordinances To Amend Section 3-82 (“Application; Issuance”) And To Add Section 3-82.1 (“Application For Multiple Dog Licenses; Requirements”) To Establish Certain Acreage And Setback Requirements Prior To The Issuance Of Multiple Dog Licenses c. An Ordinance To Amend Chapter 5.5 (“Fees And Taxes”), Article II (“Schedule Of Fees And Charges”), Section 5.5-16 (“Animal Control Fees”) Of The Goochland County Code Of Ordinances To Revise The Fees Associated With Multiple Dog Licenses 16. Request to Set for Public Hearing for December 3rd an Ordinance to Amend the Boundaries of the Tuckahoe Creek Service District to Include Tax Parcel 58-1-60 17. Tentative Referrals to the Planning Commission for November 7, 2013: None 18. Information Only: Zoning Applications and Ordinance Amendments Scheduled for Public Hearing by the Planning Commission on October 3, 2013 a. District 5 CU-1988-00011 Application filed by Applegarth Farm, LLC (Julian and Mary Keevil) requesting a Conditional Use Permit to continue to operate a horse boarding and horse riding stables on Assessor’s Parcel No. 56-1-0-78B (GPIN 6796-72-2208) located at 1225 Shallow Well Road. The property is zoned A-2 (Agricultural, Limited) and is 56.993 acres. The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 3 Section 3.2 of the Goochland Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area a Rural Enhancement area. b. District 3 CU-2013-00013 Application filed by Clear Choice Auto Brokers (Nathan Nuckols) requesting a Conditional Use Permit to operate auto sales for used cars on Assessor’s Parcel No. 42-6-0-1-0 (GPIN 6767-03-9049) located at 2958 River Road West. The 0.357-acre property is zoned B-1 (Business, General). The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 16 Section 3.8 of the Goochland Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this site for Commercial use. c. District 4 RZ-2013-00005 Application filed by RP Tuckahoe Creek, LLC & TMT Investments, LLC requesting to rezone from A-2 (Agricultural, Limited) to RPUD (Residential Planned Unit Development) with proffers Assessor’s Parcel No. 58-1-0-60-0 (GPIN 7716-60-8094) consisting of 73.69 acres to develop a 115-lot subdivision along Tuckahoe Creek Parkway. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan recommends Residential Minimum 3 acre lots. d. Countywide Ordinance Amendment: Ordinance to amend Article 23 (“Sign Regulations”), Section 9 (“Signs Permitted in Commercial (B-1, B-2 and B-3) and Industrial District (M-1, M-2, and P-O-P)”) and Article 30 (“Definitions”) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to allow for a second freestanding sign for emergency centers and hospitals on a controlled access facility (I-64 or I-288) and to define the term “emergency center” e. Countywide Ordinance Amendment: Ordinance to amend Article 12 (“Residential Planned Unit Development; District RPUD”) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) by amending Sections 5 (“Yards requirement (setbacks)”), 6

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(“Landscape regulations”) and 9 (“Administration”); and by adding Section 5A (“Yard requirement (setbacks)”) to revise the yard setback requirements for the Residential Planned Unit Development (“RPUD”) Zoning District and other related requirements for administering the RPUD District

Certification: I hereby move for certification pursuant to Section 2.2-3712(D) of the Code of Virginia that the Goochland County Board of Supervisors, to the best of each member’s knowledge, heard, discussed or considered (i) only public business matters lawfully exempted from open meeting requirements by the Freedom of Information Act in the Closed Meeting of this date, and (ii) only such public business matters as were identified in the motion convening the Closed Meeting were heard, discussed or considered by the Goochland County Board of Supervisors.

24. Public Hearings a. District 4 CU-2013-00011 Application filed by Lillian Daniels requesting a Conditional Use Permit for Assessor’s Parcel 46-1-0-16B (GPIN 770734-0642) for an office to assemble and sell theatrical make-up devices and supplies located at 800 Broad Street Road. The property is zoned A-2 (Agricultural, Limited) and contains 3.5 acres. The CUP is required by Article 3, Section 3.14 of the Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area as a Rural Enhancement Area. b. District 3 CU-2013-00012 Application filed by ChiknEGG Productions, LLC requesting a Conditional Use Permit to operate a Farmer’s Market on Assessor’s Parcel No. 42-1-0-90-A1 (GPIN 6767-06-6600) located at 1800 Dickinson Road (YMCA). The property is zoned A-2 (Agricultural, Limited) and contains 9.4 acres. The CUP is required by Article 3, Section 3.4 of the Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Recreation/Open Space. c. District 1 RZ-2013-00004 Application filed by Sandra Miller requesting to rezone a portion of Assessor’s Parcel No. 13-1-0-1P (GPIN 6842-019417) located at 4122 Broad Street Road from District A-1 (Agricultural, General) to District RR (Residential, Rural). The applicant intends to create one, new eight-acre parcel. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area a Rural Enhancement Area. d. District 5 CU-1995-00005 Application filed by Jessica Clise requesting a Conditional Use Permit to continue to operate an equestrian school and horse riding stable on Assessor’s Parcel No. 57-1-0-79-B (GPIN 7706-62-1579) located at 1555 Miller’s Lane. The property is zoned A-2 (Agricultural, Limited) and contains 27.1 acres. The CUP is required by Article 3, Section 3.2 of the Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area a Rural Enhancement Area. e. District 4 CU-2013-00009 Application filed by National Communication Tower, LLC requesting a Conditional Use Permit to construct a communication tower up to 199’ in height located on Triple Estate Lane off of Sheppard Town Rd. on Assessor’s Parcel 44-6-0-1-0 (GPIN 678752-3287). The property is zoned A-2 (Agricultural, Limited). The CUP is required by Article 3, Section 3.30 of the Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area as a Rural Enhancement Area. f. Countywide Ordinance Amendment: An Ordinance To Amend Article 21 (Supplementary Regulations), Division 3 (Mobile Homes; Travel Trailers; Airports; Temporary Family Health Care Structures), Section 12.1 (Temporary Family Health Care Structures) Of The Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A To The Goochland County Code Of Ordinances) To Revise Certain Provisions Related To Temporary Family Health Care Structures, Pursuant To A Recent Change In State Law. g. Countywide Ordinance Amendment: An Ordinance To Amend Chapter 3 (“Animals”) Of The Goochland County Code Of Ordinances By Amending Article I (“In General”), Section 3-1 (“Definitions”) And By Adding Article VI (“Wild And Exotic Animals”), Sections 3-140 (“Permit Required To Keep Wild Or Exotic Animals”), 3-141 (“Application; Process”), 3-142 (“Revocation; Violations”), 3-143 (“Disposal Of Wild Or Exotic Animals; Reptiles”), 3-144 (“Prohibition Of Certain Animals”), 3-145 (“Enforcement”) And 3-146 (“Penalty”) To Establish A Permitting Process For Exotic And Wild Animals And To Define The Same; And To Prohibit The Possession Of Non-Poisonous Snakes Six Feet Or Greater In Length And Any Poisonous Animals, Including Snakes, Insects, Scorpions, And Spiders 25. Decision On An Ordinance Amendment Deferred on September 3, 2013 After Public Hearing - Ordinance To Amend Chapter 3 (“Animals”), Article IV (“Companion Animals”), Section 3-104 (“Companion Animals Constituting Public Nuisance”) Of the Goochland County Code of Ordinances to Clarify How Animal Noise May Constitute A Public Nuisance; To Provide An Exemption for Licensed Kennels in Operation Prior To September 3, 2013; For The Owners of Any Dogs That Are Engaged As Service Dogs and For The Owners of Any Dogs That Are Engaged With Their Owners in Lawful Hunting-Related Activity, Law Enforcement or Search and Rescue Activity, And Supervised Obedience Training Classes or Shows; and To Provide For A Civil Penalty for Violations of This Section 26. Other Business 27. Adjournment: The Board of Supervisors will adjourn to Monday, October 28 for a 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Work Session Regarding Strategic Planning in the Board Conference Room (Meeting is open to the public) Note: The Board of Supervisors November meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 6, 2013 (due to Tuesday, November 5th being Election Day) and is scheduled as follows: • 10:00 a.m. Work Session Regarding Strategic Planning in the Board Conference Room (Meeting is open to the public) • The regular afternoon and evening sessions of the Board of Supervisors’ on November 6th are scheduled for 3:00 & 7:00 p.m. in the Board Meeting Room. This is a draft agenda only and is subject to change


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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Planning Commission Thursday, October 3, 2013, 7:00p.m. 1800 Sandy Hook Rd., Board Meeting Room Suite 250, Goochland, VA Meeting is Open to the Public District 5 CU-1988-00011 Application filed by Applegarth Farm, LLC (Julian and Mary Keevil) requesting a Conditional Use Permit to continue to operate a horse boarding and horse riding stables on Assessor’s Parcel No. 56-1-0-78B (GPIN 6796-72-2208) located at 1225 Shallow Well Road. The property is zoned A-2 (Agricultural, Limited) and is 56.993 acres. The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 3 Section 3.2 of the Goochland Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area a Rural Enhancement area.

District 3 CU-2013-00013 Application filed by Clear Choice Auto Brokers (Nathan Nuckols) requesting a Conditional Use Permit to operate auto sales for used cars on Assessor’s Parcel No. 42-6-0-1-0 (GPIN 6767-03-9049) located at 2958 River Road West. The 0.357-acre property is zoned B-1 (Business, General). The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 16 Section 3.8 of the Goochland Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this site for Commercial use.

District 4 RZ-2013-00005 Application filed by Jeff Galanti for Tuckahoe Creek, LLC requesting to rezone from A-2 (Agricultural, Limited) to RPUD (Residential Planned Unit Development) with proffers Assessor’s Parcel No. 58-1-0-60-0 (GPIN 7716-60-8094) consisting of 73.69 acres to develop a 115-lot subdivision along Tuckahoe Creek Parkway. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan recommends Residential Minimum 3 acre lots.

Countywide Ordinance Amendment Ordinance to amend Article 23 (“Sign Regulations”), Section 9 (“Signs Permitted in Commercial (B-1, B-2 and B-3) and Industrial District (M-1, M-2, and P-O-P)”) and Article 30 (“Definitions”) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to allow for a second freestanding sign for emergency centers and hospitals on a controlled access facility (I-64 or I-288) and to define the term “emergency center”

Countywide Ordinance Amendment Ordinance to amend Article 12 (“Residential Planned Unit Development; District RPUD”) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) by amending Sections 5 (“Yards requirement (setbacks)”), 6 (“Landscape regulations”) and 9 (“Administration”); and by adding Section 5A (“Yard requirement (setbacks)”) to revise the yard setback requirements for the Residential Planned Unit Development (“RPUD”) Zoning District and other related requirements for administering the RPUD District

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Ordinance Amendment Ordinance to amend Article 21 (“Supplementary Regulations”) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) by adding Division 7 (“Outdoor Lighting”) Sections 25 (“Purpose”), 26 (“Applicability”), 27 (“Nonconforming Lighting”), 28 (“Conformance with Applicable Codes and Ordinances”), 29 (“Definitions”), 30 (“General Requirements”), 31 (“Specific Requirements”), 32 (“Prohibited Lighting”), 33 (“Exemptions”), 34 (‘Lighting Plan Requirements”) and 35 (“Alternatives and Appeals to Approved Materials and Methods of Installation”) to implement standards and regulations for outdoor lighting. Anyone may attend to express opinions on the above.

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The Goochland County Board of Supervisors and School Board have scheduled joint Town Hall Meetings in October as follows: District 3, Wednesday, October 16, 7:00 p.m. Company 5 Firehouse, 2710 Fairground Road, Goochland District 4, Thursday, October 17, 7:00 p.m. Grace Chinese Baptist Church, 850 Broad Street Road, Manakin-Sabot

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The public is invited to attend any and all meetings! You are invited to submit questions and topics of interest to your Board of Supervisors representative in advance of the meeting. A card similar to the one below will be available at the meetings to solicit your input.

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09/26/2013