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INSIDE Money may not grow on trees, but there are ways to hang on to more of yours in 2014. > page 11 Volume 60, Number 1 • January 2, 2014

Catching up: Kyle Chadwick

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MOVING By Roslyn Ryan Editor

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oogle the phrase “ostrich kneecaps” — should you have a few spare minutes and want to brush up on your avian anatomy — and you won’t get much in the way of results.

Goochland High School grad follows his passion for biomechanics to London lab

Quiz a group of average twenty-somethings on the anatomical quirks of ostrich legs and you will likely get a roomful of befuddled stares. But ask 2009 Goochland High School graduate Kyle Chadwick about either of those subjects and prepare to be schooled. Chadwick, who earned his degree in

Mechanical Engineering from the University of Virginia this year, is now working as a biomechanics research technician at the University of London’s Royal Veterinary College. There, in the college’s Structure and Motion Laboratory, he and a team of three other researchers are studying the largsee Chadwick > page 2

Kyle Chadwick didn’t intend to study biomechanics at first, but became intrigued after seeing a University of Virginia professor’s work. Now he has taken a position at the University of London’s Royal Veterinary College. Contributed photo

The Goochland County School Board has approved a new strategic plan, outlining the vision and goals for the division. “Our new strategic plan is inspiring and will give us clear direction on how to maximize the potential of every student,” superintendent Dr. James Lane said. “No one person can forge these enhancements. It will be a team effort and I am proud to be a part of the team — as well as a future GCPS parent — that will be a part of continuing our path towards excellence for all children.” The plan was presented by members of the division leadership, teachers and commuLane nity members during the school board’s regularly scheduled meeting on Dec. 10, 2013. The board voted unanimously to approve the plan. The plan, organized and prepared by John Hendron, GCPS Supervisor of Instructional Technology, includes three comprehensive goals and took into consideration feedback of all stakeholders that Goochland was ready for a focus beyond standardized achievement tests. Joe Kunkel, former CarMax executive, donated his consulting expertise and helped the leadership organize and develop the plan. The slogan “Prepared For Life Through Deeper Learning” captures the spirit of the first goal. “We believe school should not only prepare students for a successful life after high school,” Assistant Superintendent of Instruction Dr. Stephen Geyer said. “We feel a sense of urgency to engage students such that their love for learning and ability to accept and meet challenges is maximized.” Geyer was recently named Virginia’s Curriculum Leader of the Year and led the effort to remodel the see Schools > page 17


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continued from > page 1 est and most common sesamoid bones in the animal kingdom: kneecaps. Specifically, they are examining what purpose kneecaps serve; why they exist in many animals, but not in others; and how they develop. In short, Chadwick likes to say, “Very few people care about kneecaps as much as us.� The story of just how Chadwick made the transition from studying mechanical engineering to the biomechanics of animals — and how he made it from the U.S. to the U.K. — is a series of happy coincidences, fueled in part by his natural curiosity. Though his major was mechanical engineering, Chadwick’s interest in biomechanics was piqued early on during his time at UVa. when he wandered into the office of a professor who was doing research in the field. Though he had visited the office to speak with another professor, Chadwick began asking questions, wanting to learn more — so much more, in fact, that he ended up working in that professor’s lab. As it turned out, the professor Chadwick was working with had previously done research at Stanford University with Dr. John Hutchinson, the head of the group

studying animal locomotion and evolutionary biomechanics at the Royal Veterinary College. “I wanted to gain experience in a group that deals with animals, and the group in London has a very good reputation in the biomechanics world,� Chadwick said. These days, Chadwick spends his days poring over academic papers; working on computer models; and building and testing lab equipment. Though he loves the work, there were a few hurdles he had to overcome. “The most challenging part is transitioning from an engineering environment to a primarily science and biology environment,� Chadwick said. “There are certain knowledge gaps — things like anatomy vocabulary and evolutionary thinking — that I am slowly closing.� The one thing he doesn’t need to worry about? Getting bored any time soon, “I am definitely fascinated by all the huge variety of animals that different people in our lab are studying at any given time,� Chadwick said, including pigeons, salamanders, crocodiles and, of course, ostriches. With as many animals — and kneecaps — as there are left to study, Chadwick said, “there is almost always something new and exciting going on.�

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OBITUARIES: Death Notices

January 2, 2014 Roger W. Hix HIX, Roger William, 70, of Mineral, passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones, on Dec. 15, 2013. He was born on March 5, 1943, and was raised by his loving grandparents, Charles and Hix Nettie Hix of Mineral. He is survived by the mother of his children, Barbara J. Hix; his daughter, Lisa M. Hix-Bowling and her husband, Wayne; his son, Charles M. Hix and his wife, Tammy; his granddaughters, Ashley N. Rigsby and her husband, Aren, and Brooke E. Hix; two half brothers, four half sisters; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews; and his beloved cat, Cali. “While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal.” 2 Cor. 4:18. Daddy represented life, a simple life. A life he loved that included a day of fishing or hunting with his friends, a night out on the dance floor, good food and good friends. Daddy was a kind man with a huge heart and will be missed by many. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Jan. 11 at Salem Christian Church, 4023 Paynes Mill Rd. in Bumpass. Memorial donations may be made to the Louisa County Sheriff’s Department for the Roger W. Hix benevolent fund.

Billie Marks MARKS, Billie Pyle, 82, of

Goochland, Va., passed away December 22, 2013. Preceded in death by her husband, Herman L. Marks; and sons, Tommy and Steve Marks, she is survived by her daughter, Jane (Ty) Martin; and son, Corky (Terri) Marks; one sister, Sue Plungie; nine grandchildren and 20 greatgrandchildren. Funeral services were held on Dec. 26 at Smyrna Baptist Church. Interment church cemetery. Visitation followed after the funeral in the church Social Hall. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Smyrna Baptist Church 1420 Rock Castle Rd., Goochland, Va. 23063. Norman Funeral Home is assisting the family.

William Parrish PARRISH, William B. “Buck,” 78, of Manakin-Sabot, Va., went home to be with the Lord on December 23, 2013. He is survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Virginia S. Parrish; two children, Glenn Parrish (Sandra), Lawrence Pa r r i s h ( Wa n d a ) ; three grandchildren, two Parrish great-grandchildren; and his beloved and faithful, “Bleu.” He is also survived by his sisters, Mary Taylor (John), Anne Bowles (Allen), Brenda Denton (David) and Betty Martinez; one nephew, three nieces and many friends. Buck was also the owner of W.B. Parrish Inc., Landscape Excavation. The family received visitors at the West Chapel of Bennett Funeral Homes, 11020 West Broad St., Glen Allen, Va. 23060, on Dec. 26. Funeral services were held at the funeral home on Dec. 27 fol-

lowed by a burial at Greenwood Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Goochland County Fire and Rescue Squad.

John Redd REDD, John Lawrence “Larry,” of Mechanicsville, passed away Dec. 27, 2013. Born April 20, 1952 in Radford, he was preceded in death by his father, John Burton Redd Jr., a biologist who worked for Virginia Game and I n l a n d Fisheries, whose work Redd helped open military bases across America to hunters and sportsmen. Larry is survived by his mother, Cheri Redd; sons, John “Corey” Redd and Robert Redd; grandson, John Nicholas Redd; two brothers, Chip Redd (Glenna) and Jay Redd (Kathy); two nieces and two nephews. Larry attended Randolph Macon Military Academy and Powhatan High School, where he won the All-District Center award while playing football. He became a master carpenter, owning his own business. He worked for Henrico school systems in building structure maintenance, eventually becoming a Henrico commercial building inspector, a job he was very proud of because he protected people’s lives, such as a fireman or police that enter compromised buildings. He trained and did ride-alongs with the Hanover Sheriff’s Department. He was a strong supporter and life member of the NRA. He loved to fish and hunt. He loved watching and hunting black

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bears. He was a guide to wildlife photographers who won awards for their films. He worked for the Virginia Shad Restoration Project. He served in the National Guard as an explosives expert. His dream was to cruise around while drinking beer on a yacht meeting new people at ports. No matter who you were, you knew where you stood with Larry. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. Memorial service will be held Saturday, Jan. 4 at 1 p.m. at the Mechanicsville Chapel of the Bennett Funeral Home, 8014 Lee Davis Rd.

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improvements to the high school courtyard. The event also brought about a second visit in October, in which the students worked together to create new learning spaces in the courtyard. “The results have been absolutely amazing,” said county school superintendent Dr. James Lane. “The courtyard has been completely transformed and lasting relationships established. This has given our high school students a tremendous lesson in leadership.” The Randolph courtyard now includes a new space created for a rock garden, several new murals, freshly sanded benches, and an enhanced entryway. “About 60 students worked all day to make these transformations possible,” said Randolph Elementary principal, Sandra Crowder. “Their collaboration was impressive and I cannot wait to see what happens the next time they get together.” The second half of the project will find the high school students taking what they have learned from the third graders to design an improved courtyard for the high school. “I am impressed by the collaboration between the high school students and the third graders,” said Bratton, an environmental science teacher from Goochland High School.

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Randolph Elementary School students proudly show off the murals that decorate their newly refurbished courtyard. The project offered them a chance to partner with students from Goochland High School, who worked with them on both the design and execution of the plans. The high school students are now in the process of sprucing up their own courtyard.

“They enjoyed working with each other and reading together.” The community invested heavily in the project, receiving donations of materials from local business and many hours of volunteer service from those who offered their skills and physical labor. The teachers involved learned a great deal as well. “What an incredible experience to see 8-year-olds and 18-year-olds collaborate together, inspire each other, and become great friends!” said Gates, a third grade teacher from Randolph

Elementary. “When Mrs. Yearout-Patton and I first began throwing out ideas about a project to unite elementary and high school students, we had no idea how it would play out. Once our students met for the first time, it became clear that each group valued the opportunity and the relationships being built. I believe that our students will remember this project for years to come. It may even encourage several to pursue a career in education.” To Yearout-Patton, a government teacher at Goochland High School, the

project illustrated the school system’s ongoing commitment to its mission. “It is one thing to quote our vision: ‘Inspiring and preparing the next generation to make a positive impact.’” YearoutPatton said. “It is another to see it implemented with hard work and support from stakeholders. Our students, teachers, leaders, and parents embodied the latter by supporting and executing the collaboration between RES and GHS. I am very thankful for their hard work and successful ongoing project.”

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Goochland High School senior, Katie Zohab, wanted to do something special for the residents of Envoy at the Meadows, in Gum Spring. So she did. Having spent considerable time volunteering with the residents and finishing up an internship at Goochland Elementary, she recruited some other

high school students and the elementary students with whom she had been working and organized a holiday party. But she didn’t stop there. She sent personal invitations to the school board, board of supervisors and school division leaders. The result? Students, parents, local officials gathered to celebrate the holidays, interact

— and even carol — with the residents. “When I first had the idea for the Adopt a Grandparent project, I thought it was just going to be a few friends and me going to the nursing home, and bringing select residents a few Christmas presents,” Zohab said. “However, as word got out, the project grew and I could not be happier.”


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New Year, New Starts, New Reads will be held at the Goochland Branch Library. Share your favorite new reads at the library on our interactive board during January. Call (804)556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 River Road West for more information. Friday, Jan. 3 First Friday Film will be held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Cochrane Rockville Branch Library. Catch a great movie on the big screen with the local crew. Snacks and beverages provided by the Friends of the Rockville Library. For more information call (804) 749-3146 or visit the library at 16600 Pouncey Tract Road. Saturday, Jan. 4 American Legion Post 215 with community leaders and Post members will train and rehearse for the Jan. 11 Oratorical Contest at 10 a.m. in the Goochland High School auditorium. Call (804) 708-0513 for further information. Wednesday, Jan. 8 A Learning Microsoft Word

class will be held from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Goochland Branch Library Do you have an eReader, smartphone, tablet, or laptop and want to get eBooks and audiobooks from the library? You will learn how to use OverDrive to find, checkout, Toddler Storytime will and download your favorite begin at 11 a.m. for ages 3 to titles. Call (804) 556-4774 to 5 years old at the Goochland register for this class. Branch Library. Call (804) Family Storytime will begin 556-4774 or visit the library at 10:30 a.m. all ages at the at 3075 River Road West for Cochrane Rockville Branch more information. Library. For more information call (804)749-3146 or visit the Thursday, Jan. 9 library at 16600 Pouncey Tract Preschool Storytime will Road. begin at 10 a.m. for ages 3 to 5 years old at the Goochland Music, Movement, & Branch Library. Call (804) More Storytime will begin at 556-4774 or visit the library 11:15 a.m. for ages 3 to 5 year at 3075 River Road West for old at ages at the Cochrane more information. Rockville Branch Library. For more information call (804) Mother Goose Storytime 749-3146 or visit the library at will begin at 10:45 a.m. for 16600 Pouncey Tract Road. ages 6 to 24 months (with an adult) at the Goochland Saturday, Jan, 11 Branch Library. Call (804) American Legion Post 215 556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 River Road West for will sponsor and conduct The National Oratorical Contest more information. for high school students from 10 a.m. until noon in the Friday, Jan. 10 Goochland High School audiA How to Borrow eBooks torium. This event will focus class will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m at the Goochland Branch Library. Learn how to format, edit, and save documents in Word. You must call (804) 556-4774 or visit the library to sign up for this class.

two presentations by each of five contestants toward developing speech communication skills and a working knowledge of the U.S. Constitution. This contest was announced in September. Call (804) 7080513 for further information.

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Wednesday, Jan. 15 A Genealogy Workshop will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Goochland Branch Library. Find out what’s on your family tree using the library’s family history databases, Ancestry Library Edition and HeritageQuest. You must call (804) 556-4774 to sign up for this class.

Preschool Storytime will begin at 10 a.m. for ages 3 to 5 years old at the Goochland Branch Library. Call (804) 556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 River Road West for more information. Mother Goose Storytime will begin at 10:45 a.m. for ages 6 to 24 months with an adult at the Goochland

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Use caution when telling others’ stories By Roslyn Ryan Editor

After reports surfaced that reality television star Phil Robertson had managed to wedge his foot firmly in his mouth concerning certain facts about black history, the idea of wading into the debate at all seemed fairly ridiculous. Duck Dynasty is, after all, a reality show, a program in a genre that boasts just a shade more credibility — and often less entertainment value — than professional wrestling. Furthermore, I have never seen the show, couldn’t tell a duck call from a dog whistle, and didn’t read the interview that started the whole imbroglio in the first place, all of which disqualifies me from weighing in on the controversy with much credibility. And yet . . . Steering clear of the arguments about free speech and what is and isn’t protected by the First Amendment, the controversy still struck me as a fairly decent example of the trouble that can ensue when one person attempts to tell another’s story. In the case of Robertson, to suggest — even in passing — that African-Americans were happier in the days of the Jim Crow South, was to anoint him-

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self with an omniscience people on both sides of the debate should find questionable. Whether he meant to or not, Robertson effectively served notice to the hundreds of thousands of men and women who still carry horribly painful memories of that time that their own stories were not valid. The controversy also highlights why the continuing efforts to help historically disadvantaged groups tell their own stories are so important. As with one local group’s own efforts to preserve and share the stories of those who attended Goochland’s Second Union Rosenwald School — one of thousands of such schools dedicated to evening the educational playing field for AfricanAmerican students in the first half of the 20th century — capturing the stories of those who fought against injustice, in their own words, is a way to ensure that we never go back there again. In the end, it’s not about liberal vs. conservative, Red State vs. Blue State or A&E versus a family of bearded, duck call millionaires. The real story here is about the importance of getting just that: the real story. In this case, it wasn’t Robertson’s to tell.

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One family with ties to Goochland recently decided to make a special donation to help restore the Second Union Rosenwald School in western Goochland. The family gathered more than $700 to present to Second Union Rosenwald School Inc. president Calvin Hopkins. Shown are, from left, Gwendolyn Johnson Hopkins, Edwin Johnson, LeVonne Johnson Sr., Hopkins, and Lucille Johnson Adams. Ernest Johnson also participated.

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bers of Post 215 will serve as judges, tabulators, time keepers, contestant escorts and greeters/ushers. In addition to enjoying the value of this contest as a way to develop speaking skills, confidence and knowledge of the U.S. Constitution, students will have an opportunity to win scholarship awards exceeding $22,000 through six levels of competition. The public is invited to this once-in-a-generation free event. You will have a chance to see and hear some spectacular young people competing in a very challenging environment. For more information, call Joe Wadle, post commander, at (804) 708-0513. Sincerely, Joe Wadle Manakin-Sabot

Dear Editor, At 10 a.m. on Jan. 11, something very special is happening at Goochland High School, something that has not occurred in 20 years. Five extremely talented GHS students will participate in the American Legion Oratorical contest in hopes to win $22,000 in scholarships. The students will make two presentations. The first presentation is a 10 minute prepared speech selected by the student and focused on the Constitution. The second presentation is more impromptu and devoted to one of four elements of the Constitution, with which the students are familiar, but they will not know the precise topic No hard feelings after until five minutes before it is show fire house washing time. The presenters are isolated during speeches so they will not be machine controversy Dear Editor, able to hear their competition. This letter is addressed to Chief More than two dozen community leaders, GHS staff, and mem- MacKay, Goochland County Fire-

Rescue Staff, and Goochland County Volunteer Associates. It has come to my attention that one and a half years ago some members were disgusted after the cement pad that was installed at Company 5. The pad I refer to was installed for the county-wide heavy duty washing machine, for washing of fire gear by all members. After having the washing machine uncrated for two years in the basement of the fire administration building, it was decided to install the machine at Company 5, which is centrally located in the county. The next problem was: what does it takes to anchor the washing machine? A member of Company 5, Mrs. Leonard, took on the task of finding this information out. She contacted the manufacturer and got, in detail, what was needed to anchor the machine. Mrs. Leonard contacted several companies in the area, and was able to get most of the supplies donated. Mrs. Leonard proceeded see Letters > page 7


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A new you for the new year? Maybe By Jim Ridolphi Contributing Columnist

I always approach New Year’s columns with a healthy amount of skepticism. The year-end wrap-ups have become so cliché, tired and predictable it almost insults my instincts as a journalist to opine on such overworked subject matter. By now, you will have found out how to identify your New Year’s resolutions, how to take action to eliminate the bad things in your life and the importance of persistence in overcoming obstacles in life. Really? At my age, I’m not sure I’m buying into any of the life-changing experiences associated with the New Year, but I do admire those who continue to try. I have a friend that quits smoking every New Year’s Day;

another who heads to the gym first thing on New Year’s Day. And who’s to say those efforts won’t one day pay off. But, for the huddled mass that is most of us, life probably won’t change much with 2014’s arrival, and many rejected the idea of making surely unkeepable promises. It’s not that we don’t think the effort is important. Making a New Year’s resolution to eliminate a negative in your life is a sure sign of hope and optimism. It means we continually try to improve ourselves no matter how futile our efforts. And, remember, some of those resolutions will take hold and grow into new lifestyles or relationships, renewed beginnings for the ones who dared to challenge themselves. As frustrating as they may be, resolutions are a way of inventorying our lives, keeping

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the good and throwing away the bad. So, I suppose when I think of the New Year in terms of hope and redemption, that’s sort of my resolution. Lord knows there are plenty of things in my life I could work on, and a slew of bad habits I’d be better off without. But, I’m thinking New Year’s is more about what we should do rather than what we shouldn’t, emphasizing on how we can do things better or improve something in our lives. But, honestly, that’s yearround work that requires everyday attention, most true in my case. So, I’ll leave the advice on how to keep your resolutions or the timely commentators on today’s hottest topics to columnists more well versed, current and talented than me.

Former Ole Miss and NFL quarterback Archie Manning said he once asked his father what he thought he might be good at in life. The old man told the son he’d be good at almost anything he wanted to do. He also told the young quarterback that being a good guy was equally or more important. Those seem like appropriate words of wisdom to open a New Year — a fresh start on a continuing journey of enlightenment. So, this will replace the column that sits half finished focused on the top stories and hottest celebrities of 2013, which may and could appear at a later date. But, on the new dawn of a new year, these thoughts seemed more appropriate. It hit me like a wrecking ball.

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Letters continued from > page 6 to build a form for the cement pad, measured and installed rebar, and anchor bolts per manufacturers recommendations. After all was set in place, cement was delivered and Mrs. Leonard and family wheel barrowed cement into the frame. Mrs. Leonard stayed and made sure the forms held in place and anchors stayed in correct position while the cement dried. After the cement hardened and the surface was smoothed out, this part of the project was complete. Mrs. Leonard called her district chief to look over the project. When the district chief saw the work, he agreed that it looked good and was suitable. He brought up a concern that, with a project this big, why nobody had signed the work-to show pride in their work. Mrs. Leonard has high regard for the district chief, and with

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this encouragement she proceeded to sign the cement with her family’s name. Again, in one and a half years, nobody brought up the fact there was an issue. Recently, in a meeting that Chief MacKay had, one of the issues he brought up was the Leonard name on the cement pad. After finding out there was an issue, the name was chiseled out that day and covered with spackle to cover the hole. With all that being said, the Leonard family had no malice or ill content toward anyone in the organization. I hope everyone in Goochland Fire-Rescue, paid or volunteer, will accept this invitation to please come to Company 5, visit and feel free to wash your gear at any time. Kevin Leonard Sr. Fire Lieutenant Courthouse County 5 Goochland Fire-Rescue Association


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Salem Christian School middle school and high school students recently returned from their annual Fall Retreat at Watermarks Camp in Scottsville. Each year the students look forward to three days and two nights of bonding with each other and with their teachers. Students raved about “gaga” ball (a variation of dodge ball), the “blob” they jumped onto in the pond, the rifle and archery ranges, paintball, high ropes and obstacle courses, human foosball and many more fun activities.

One of the most consistent remarks heard from the kids upon return is “I wish we could stay longer!,” or even “I wish I lived there!” Seventh grader Harrison said his all-time favorite is gaga ball, while sixth grader Lauren said the duct tape pranks at night were unforgettable. Yuri, a Japanese exchange student at Salem for the school year, said it was an overall great time for her. Kayla, a high schooler, appreciated the small group discussion time about God’s unconditional love for us. Even though she was new to the school this year, Kayla

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said she was immediately comfortable there. Salem Christian School strives to give children a comprehensive Christian education. At the core of their program is the belief that every child has unique attributes and abilities that work together for God’s purposes. The school is located at 1700 Cardwell Road in Crozier. Find more information on the school’s website at www.salemchristianschool.com or by calling (804) 784-4174 for a tour.

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NEW YEAR, NEW YOU? Possibly. But planning is key to making those resolutions (finally) stick By Roslyn Ryan Editor

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hen it comes to our relationship, my treadmill and I have always been somewhat dysfunctional. Call it a “love-hate” kind of thing, or blame it on our differing levels of commitment, but we seem to have fallen into an unhealthy — yet unbreakable — cycle. And it starts anew every January. “Come back to me,” my treadmill calls out from the back room (ok, the junk room) of our house. “I think we can make it work this time.” Perhaps it is the lingering guilt from too many holiday helpings, or the aphrodisiacal effect of all those workout-themed commercials that start running this time of year. Whatever it is, it is always enough to make me consider giving it another go. “I knew you would come back!” my treadmill says, as I grudgingly remove the clothes and cast-off cooking appliances that have buried it since last year. I lace up my shoes, put on some music, and vow that things will be different. They never are. By mid-January, the excuses begin. By February, we are hanging by a thread. By March, we have broken up.

So why, oh why, does this keep happening? New Year’s resolutions may have varying degrees of success, but even those people who find it difficult to keep their resolutions year after year still tend to make a new resolution once the hour of midnight chimes. Why? Because, as we all know, success is possible. And the benefits of adopting better habits — no matter in what area of your life — can be truly life-changing. Though it may seem as though resolutions are made to be broken, resolutions can be the first step many people take toward a happier and healthier life, making them more than just a silly annual exercise in empty promises. A common hurdle many people must clear when making a New Year’s resolution is choosing

the resolution itself. Resolving to become a millionaire in the next 12 months is likely unrealistic, as is taking on the same resolution you made last year that proved unsuccessful. Before making a New Year’s resolution this year, consider the following tips aimed at helping you choose a resolution that has a chance to be successful. • Make it something you’re likely to enjoy. Resolving to lose weight is perhaps the most popular New Year’s resolution every year. Though there’s no way to measure how many people make this resolution and stick with it, it’s safe to assume many people fall short of their weight-loss goal. That’s because the steps people must take to lose weight are not always easy to embrace. Many see New Year > page 11

* Tip: Employ the buddy system. Resolutions don’t have to be a one-man show. In fact, your resolution may prove easier to keep if you can find someone to go along for the ride with you.


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Want a heathier bottom line in 2014? Money can be a great motivator when it comes to resolutions, which may be most successful when they affect a person’s finances. The following are a few resolutions that may not be entirely about money, but can still save you big dollars in the long run.

finance, whether you learn on your own or take courses, can help you gain greater control of your finances, greatly reducing, if not eliminating, the amount of money you’re spending for someone else to look after your money. In addition, learning about finance can help you grow • Pay more than the minimum your money rather than having on your installment loans. It might it collect dust. sound odd to pay more than you’re required each month in an effort to • Eliminate your debt. save money, but paying more than Some resolutions are more the minimum on installment loans, popular than others, and including student loans, mortgages eliminating debt is one of and car notes, reduces the amount the more popular New of interest you’re paying in the long Year’s resolutions. But run, shortening the length of the some people don’t realize loan in the process. Paying as little as just how to eliminate debt. $20 extra per month can significantly While it’s important to save reduce the amount of interest you money, high-interest debt will pay over the life of a loan. should be eliminated as quickly as possible. For example, if you • Learn about finance. If you pay off a credit card that charges have little knowledge of finance and you 10 percent on your account balinvesting, then you are likely pay- ance with money you might have ing someone to handle your finances deposited into a savings account that or maybe even storing your money earns just 1 percent interest, then you beneath the mattress. Learning about will have gotten a nine percent return

New Year continued from > page 10 people join a gym in January so they can fully commit to their resolutions to lose weight. But joining a gym isn’t always the answer, as it’s easy to become intimidated at a gym where the majority of your fellow members are already in great shape. But this doesn’t mean you should shy away from your resolution. Instead, look for ways to make your resolution enjoyable so you’re more likely to stick with it. If you have resolved to lose weight but a gym isn’t for you, sign up for a dance class or join a cycling group. There’s more than one way to commit to a given resolution, and finding the most enjoyable way to tackle your resolution is often the easiest way to make it a success.

slim. For example, resolving to move overseas by the end of the coming calendar year may be a great goal, but if you have no job prospects overseas or too many commitments at home, then this goal is not very realistic and you probably won’t make it a successful resolution. However, this doesn’t mean you have to abandon your dream of moving overseas. Instead, resolve to make changes that make your desire to live overseas more realistic. Learn the language of a favorite country or learn about that country’s job market and work toward making yourself more attractive to potential overseas employers. This is a more realistic goal than deciding to move overseas in the very near future, and it sets you up for future success should you resolve to move abroad down the road.

on your investment. It’s important to save money, but don’t do so at the expense of ignoring existing highinterest debt. (Metro Creative)

man show. In fact, your resolution may prove easier to keep if you can find someone to go along for the ride with you. For instance, if you have resolved to quit smoking, find a friend who also smokes and commit to your resolution together. You can lean on each other when times get tough and serve as each other’s watchdog to make sure neither one of you is straying from your goal. If you resolve to learn a foreign language in the year ahead, find a friend to enroll in a class with you. As additional motivation, commit to visiting a foreign country where this language is spoken at the end of the year if both of you have successfully fulfilled your resolutions.

• Develop a plan before making any commitments. Before you commit to a resolution, develop a plan • Make it a realistic goal. Your • Employ the buddy system. as to how you’re going to make that resolution should be realistic. If not, the chances of being successful are Resolutions don’t have to be a one- resolution a success and determine

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Ten most popular resolutions Year after year the public counts down the seconds until the new year arrives. At the stroke of midnight, people embrace, glasses are hoisted and resolutions are made. Many people make the same resolutions year after year, largely because resolutions are not always easy to keep. The following are the most common New Years resolutions. 1. Lose weight 2. Manage stress 3. Quit smoking 4. Get out of debt 5. Find a better job 6. Save money 7. Volunteer to help others 8. Spend time with family 9. Get organized 10. Improve fitness

if this plan is realistic. For example, if you resolve to lose weight, part of your plan should include an exercise regimen and any dietary changes. Once you have laid out this plan, examine it to see how likely you are to stick with it. If your plan includes waking up at 6 a.m. every morning to workout and you know waking up that early is problematic for you, then you don’t have to abandon the resolution, but you might want to develop a new plan that’s more likely to be successful. The plan should be in place before you make your resolution. If you simply cannot map out a plan that’s amenable to your schedule, then this resolution might prove very difficult to keep and you might want to explore another option. Many people find their New Year’s resolutions have fallen by the wayside come the end of January. But those serious about making a change can take steps to ensure their resolutions are a success.

Talley and Tovar to wed Ms. Deborah Allen Talley of Richmond and Mr. Jeffrey Glenn Talley of Dallas, Texas announce the engagement of their daughter, Anne Douglas Talley of Nashville, Tenn., to Mr. Trenton Marcus Tovar, also of Nashville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Armando Tovar of Durham, N.C. The bride-to-be is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lofton Douglas Allen of Emporia and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Spencer Talley of Manakin-Sabot. The groom-to-be is the grandson of Mr. Delmar Elliot Hamilton of Durham, N.C. and the late Mrs. Mildred Lee Hamilton, and Mrs. Berta Tovar of Irvine, Calif. and the late Mr. Guillermo Tovar. Anne is a graduate of Mills E. Godwin High School and The Georgia Institute of Technology. She is a Ph.D. candidate in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Vanderbilt University. Trent is a graduate of Charles E. Jordan High School, North Carolina State University and University of California, Santa Barbara. He is a Ph.D. candidate in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Vanderbilt University. A February 2014 wedding in Manakin-Sabot is planned.


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Holiday smackdown at the Siegel Center Mike Schoeffel Sports Writer

Two days before Santa delivered presents and Christmas cheer to well-behaved boys and girls across the globe, Benedictine handed the Henrico Warriors the basketball equivalent of a bucket full of coal: an 81-52 mollywopping in the Richmond TimesDispatch Invitational title game. It was the Cadets second consecutive RT-D Invitational title. The game was a rematch of last year’s title bout. “I expected a lot of effort and energy out of them,” said Benedictine head coach Ryan Marable of his team. “The Siegel Center is a great venue and you only get so many guaranteed opportunities to play for championships. So you might as well go out and give a championship effort.” “They were able to do that from the get-go,” he added. “Championship effort” is an apt way to describe the highlevel of play that the Cadets were able to sustain throughout the contest. Led by Robert Johnson, Benedictine opened the game on a 13-4 run that the Warriors were never able to recover from. The score was never tied and the lead never switched hands. Simply put, the Cadets showed neither peace nor good will to their public school opponents on this Christmas Eve’s eve. At the core of the Cadets offensive tour de force was a lethal three-point game. Josh Bailey — a modest presence on the court until he began firing off long-distance shots — was potent from behind the arch. He sunk five of six attempts and finished with 17 points. The venerable Johnson finished with a game-high 21 points before graciously accepting the tournament MVP trophy at

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The Benedictine Cadets pose with the Richmond Times-Dispatch Invitational trophy after defeating Henrico 81-52. It’s the Cadets second consecutive RT-D Invitational title.

True to character, Marable, who is in his first season as the Cadets head coach, sung Henrico’s praises despite the lopsided final. “Henrico’s young, they’re going to be really good towards the end of the year,” he said. “Coach Harmon does a great job with those guys. That’s not the same Henrico that people are going to see later in the season.” Not that the Cadets are going to cross paths with the Warriors later this season. Benedictine is a private institution that competes in Division I of the VISAA. Henrico is a public school that plays in group 5A — the second highest classification in the Virginia High School League. Both teams will be defending state championships in 2013-14. “Unfortunately, the public schools can only play a certain amount of games, and a

good portion of those games are conference games,” said Marable. “So it kind of hurts them to schedule private school games. But it’s good to play in this tournament where you know you’re going to get at least two public school games.” After the game, Marable stood on the court in a nearly cleared-out Siegel Center and tried to put the victory into its proper context. “It’s good for our tradition. It’s good for our guys when they’re out in the community and they can say ‘We won the TD again,’” he explained. “It’s good for the alumni to have some bragging rights.” “It’s just good,” he added. Then he proudly strolled into the lockerroom to celebrate the biggest victory of his young career with the players that made it happen.

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Benedictine’s Clelin Ferrell (20) hoists the Richmond Times-Dispatch Invitational trophy moments after routing the Henrico Warriors 81-52 in the championship game. Ferrell logged 19 minutes on the night and scored seven points.

game’s end. Individual accomplishments aside, the Cadets startling 29-point beat down of one of the state’s most heralded basketball programs was a team effort in the truest sense

of the phrase. Seven players finished with double digits in points. Five finished with at least one three-pointer. They shot 47 percent from the field as a team, an incredibly high percentage especially in con-

trast to the Warriors, who shot a meager 29 percent. If you’re looking for a terse Photo by Mike Schoeffel and accurate explanation of how it all went wrong for the Benedictine’s C.J. Wiggins utilizes full extension to snag a Warriors, look no further than defensive rebound in the first quarter of the Richmond TimesDispatch Invitational championship game. that last statistic.


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Inaugural Big River Rivalry a grand success Mike Schoeffel Sports Writer

For Benedictine High School quarterback Bryce Hamilton, the most memorable aspect of playing in the Big River Rivalry All-Star game was, plain and simple, being teammates with some of the area’s most venerable talent. “To see what some of the great plays these guys make in practice is remarkable,” said Hamilton. “And then, for them to transfer that talent to the game field, is something that I’ll remember for a long time.” The first annual Big River Rivalry, which featured the crème de la crème of Richmond-area pigskinners, was played four days before Christmas at Randolph Macon College in front of an enthusiast group of 2,929 fans. Ninety-four players from 36 Richmond area schools were split up into two teams, the North and the South. The North squad won, 35-34, on a last-second blocked field goal that sent the players into an impassioned celebration that belied the fact that they were playing in what was essentially an exhibition game. Goochland High School head coach Joe Fowler was at the helm for the North squad. Earlier in the year, he was named the Virginia High School football Coach of the Year by USA Today. So coaching in the first edition of the Big River Rivalry was a dignified way to end what has been an outstanding professional year for the Bulldogs’ leader. This wasn’t Fowler’s first rodeo when it comes to allstar games. He’s coached in the VHSL equivalent of the Pro Bowl in the past. But the one major difference between that game and the Big River Rivalry was preparation time. He had 10 allotted

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Hanover’s Josh Harris (6) tries to juke his way around Colonial Heights’ Kevin Loftus (16) for first-down yardage on the North team’s final scoring drive in its 35-34 victory over the South in the Big River Rivalry at Randolph-Macon College.

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The North (in blue uniforms) and South (in white and red uniforms) gather for a group photo after the award presentations following the Big River Rivalry at Randolph-Macon College on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013.

practice days for the VHSL allstar game. This time around, he had only five practice sessions to get his players, many of whom may have been out of game shape, prepared to compete against the best talent Richmond had to offered. Fowler said having only five two-hour practices “made it a challenge to keep everybody organized,” but that it all the hard work came to fruition

under the sun on Day Field. “It was a great atmosphere on game day and the weather was ideal,” said Fowler. “Of course, for the game to be decided on the last play was also very exciting. It was also great to see the kids from Goochland get out there and represent themselves so well during the game.” Those “Goochland kids” Fowler is referring to are

Jaylen Allen and David Dyer, two players who assumed major roles in the Bulldogs run to the state quarterfinals this season. They teamed up with Hamilton, who logged significant playing time under center, and numerous other top-notch players to help the North secure a one point victory. The way in which the teams were divided was

simple: players from schools North of the James River came together to form the North squad (dressed in blue), while players from institutions south of the James formed the South squad (dressed in white). It wasn’t a battle for the James River, per se, but divvying the teams up in such a manner allowed the Richmond Touchdown Club to slap the catchy moniker “Big River Rivalry” on their product. And, based on the results, that clever selling point seemed to work pretty well. Though it was technically the first day of winter, the weather could not have been less reflective of the season. Cloud cover was non-existent, temperatures rose into the low 70s, and sun warmed the recently installed grassy turf on Day Field. Tee shirts were the norm instead of the exception. Adding to the fanfare was the Atlee Raiders cheering squad, which was out in full force to rile up the North fans. The Highland Springs marching band did their part as well, supplying the necessary brass instruments and percussion. All-in-all, the atmosphere was festive and light-hearted with a dash of competitive flare: a perfect combination that undoubtedly satisfied the Richmond Touchdown Club, which was looking to prove that a regional all-star game could succeed on a grand level. Across the field from Fowler’s squad was Tabyus Taylor, the South team’s nimble starting quarterback. A Virginia Tech commit who is expected to be a jack-ofall-trades with the Hokies, he finished with 26 touchdowns and 177 yards rushing yards per game in 2013. But the flashy young gunslinger saved his best performance of the season for the packed crowd

at Day Field. He accounted for four touchdowns — two passing, one rushing, and one receiving — while throwing for 173 yards and rushing for 69 more. It was a classic Taylor performance, and he was named MVP of the North squad. Hamilton was impressed by Taylor’s dominance. “He was unstoppable today,” he said. “He’s just an incredible athlete.” Blocking for Taylor was Powhatan offensive lineman Spencer Dowdle, who had been a foe of Taylor’s during the regular season. On Sept. 13, Dowdle’s Indians intercepted Taylor three times on their way to a 30-24 comeback victory over Taylor’s Blue Devils. In addition to Taylor, Dowdle had the pleasure of sharing a uniform with several other players he had suited up against during the regular season — an experience he cited as the highlight of his Big River Experience. “Playing on the same team as a few guys [Hopewell’s Tyler Smith, Midlothian’s Jay Klein and Carl Courter] that we competed against during the regular season was pretty memorable,” said Dowdle. “being able to talk about the game and remember going against each other was awesome.” When asked to describe the experience in one word, Dowdle responded with “motivating.” As a parting gift, Dowdle, who is planning on playing football in college, offered a sentiment that likely encapsulates the thoughts and feelings of many players who competed in a game that may soon become a Central Virginia winter tradition. “I would like to thank my coaches for helping me become the player I am today,” he said.


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CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 Expect to be busy for the rest of the month, Capricorn. With potential birthday celebrations and holiday tasks to complete, spare moments are few and far between. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, learning a new skill this week will only add to your already vast repertoire of abilities. This is one more reason to have a positive attitude. PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 Emphasize feeling good about yourself this week, Pisces. Doing so will enable you to help others in the near future.

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CLUES ACROSS 1. Regions 6. Abu __, UAE capital 11. Forever 13. Lower position 14. Masterpiece series 18. Atomic #18 19. Cuckoos 20. Goat with conical horns 21. European money 22. Flaw the surface 23. Restaurant bill 24. Indicated horsepower (abbr.) 25. Go in advance 28. Ancient Egyptian King 29. Insert mark 31. Palm fruits 33. Peels a fruit’s skin 34. Many not ands 35. Cathode-ray oscilloscope 36. Bo __, “10” 38. Satisfies to excess 40. More dry 41. Of he 42. Lay a tax upon 45. Ed Murrow’s home 46. Newsman Rather

ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 Aries, delay your plans for the time being. A number of unexpected tasks that will require your undivided attention in the coming day, so clear your schedule.


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Looking to strengthen its finance department, Goochland is on the hunt for a controller. “It’s something that’s been on the radar for some time,” county administrator Rebecca Dickson said of the position, which will pay between $62,000 and $86,000. Dickson said the move is all part of the county leadership’s continued efforts to bring as much of the accounting work as possible “in house.” Much of the work the new hire would be asked to do — including general ledger accounting and preparation of fiscal and statistical reports — is currently outsourced.

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Dickson said that the job posting has been advertised for several weeks and that the county has received several responses, but added that they are continuing to interview candidates. According to the advertisement placed in the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the position requires bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance and experience in government accounting and financial reporting. To District 2 Supervisor Manuel Alvarez Jr., the move is “just part of our efforts to continue to strengthen our fiscal house. We want to ensure we have the right expertise on board, so this position brings in house some of the work we currently outsource and helps us to build bench strength.”

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Dr. Peter Gretz, Assistant Superintendent of Business Operations. The organization identified five core values which undergird the direction of the plan: excellence, creativity, courage, honor, and optimism. The values are defined in the plan and will serve to guide the behavior of the organization. The third goal deals with safety and effective operational management of the division. “This plan will be a cornerstone of our upcoming budget considerations,” said Lane. “Our recommendations to the board on Jan. 14 will be soundly rooted in the goals of this document, which exemplify our collective passion for excellence and creativity and a smooth and supportive infrastructure.”

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Byrd Elementary School students Makayla Pannell, left and Ashley Athey eat lunch last Friday with their mentor Dolores Nicholson at a special event to recognize the efforts of the BES mentoring program.

Students thank their mentors at Byrd Elementary School Second year program now includes both boys and girls Photo by Ken Odor

Kaitlyn King admires the iris at the 9th annual Spring Garden Fest at the Goochland campus of J. Sargeant Reynolds last Saturday afternoon. King, a horticulture student at JSR, was one of more than 600 visitors who turned out on a perfect day for the event sponsored by the Goochland - Powhatan Master Gardeners Association. Master Gardener Linda Toler, coordinator for the event, was pleased. “It’s the best turnout we’ve ever had,” she said. This year’s festival including a new children’s garden tent, she said, in addition to always popular workshops, of which some of the most popular were classes on succulents, bonsai and Shitake mushrooms.

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Goochland veterinarian Beth Schooley teared up as she talked about whatbeingamentoratByrdElementary School means to her. “I don’t have any kids of my own,” she explained. “It’s a very rewarding experience,” she said. Schooley was wearing a paper wrist corsage colored in crayon and carrying four letters from girls at the school thanking her for being a mentor.

It was all a part of last Friday’s lunch organized to thank the 15 or so mentors who meet with more than 30 students each Wednesday morning at 8 a.m. The boys program has been going on for two years. A girls program was added this year. “I think of them as step granddads,” said fourth-grader Steven Parrish, as he worked on downing his third sub sandwich, provided courtesy of the Goochland Rotary Club, which provides mentors along with Second Union Baptist Church and Forest Grove Christian Church. “Seeing how the young men have developed over the school year has definitely been rewarding to the mentors,” said mentor Calvin Hopkins. “It helps them become better citizens.” Deacon Curtis Parrish of nearby

Second Union Baptist Church, said he has seen a difference since the mentoring program started. “I can see an improvement in their Sunday School work,” he said. Byrd principal James Hopkins praised the program. “It’s a great way to involve county members with our children,” he said, and said the cliché “it takes a village” applied to the way the program worked. School counselor Kathy Albert, who coordinates the girls’ program, said it gives children a chance to learn how to talk to grown ups about leadership and character. Maykayla Pannell and Ashley Athey sat down to eat their lunch with mentor Dolores Nicholson, who joined see Mentors > page 5

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Synagro Central, LLC has applied for a new permit for land application of industrial residuals in Goochland County, Virginia. The permit will allow the applicant to land apply industrial residuals to no more than 307.90 acres of agricultural and / or silvicultural land in accordance with a nutrient management plan. DEQ’s preliminary decision is to approve the permit for a ten year term. HOW TO COMMENT: DEQ accepts comments by email, fax, or postal mail. All comments must be in writing and be received by DEQ during the comment period. Written comments must include: 1)The names, mailing addresses, and telephone numbers of the person commenting and of all the people represented by the citizen; 2) If a public hearing is requested, state the reasons for the request; and 3) A brief, informal statement describing the citizen’s interest to include how the activity affects the citizen. DEQ may hold a public hearing followed by another comment period if public response is significant and there are substantial, disputed issues relevant to the proposed permit. The public may review the draft permit and application at the DEQ Piedmont Regional Office. CONTACT FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS, DOCUMENT REQUESTS, AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Seth Mullins, DEQ Piedmont Regional Office, 4949-A Cox Road, Glen Allen, VA 23060. Telephone (804)5275132; Email seth.mullins@deq.virginia.gov; Fax (804)527-5106.

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GOOCHLAND COUNTY

ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 1800 SANDY HOOK RD. GOOCHLAND, VA 23063

AGENDA

DATE: JANUARY 7, 2014 9:30 A.M. Strategic Planning Work Shop Location: Board Conference Room (Meeting is open to the public)

BOARD MEETING ROOM

b. Amendment of the FY2014 Circuit Court Clerk’s Budget by Appropriating $14,016 in State Grant Funds for Document Scanning

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

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any zoning cases or ordinance amendments in January. The below subdivision applications require Planning Commission action and are scheduled for January 9, 2014. These 10. Presentation by Kenneth Lantz, Jr. Mobility applications do not require Board action or 3:00 P.M. Manager for Senior Connections Capital Area approval therefore will not be on the Board’s INVOCATION Agency on Aging on their Mobility Management February agenda. Program PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE a. District 4 Application filed for tentative 11. Presentation on Public-Private Education 1. Annual Organizational Meeting plat approval for a 100 lot subdivision Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002 (PPEA) located off Hockett Road. This property was a) Adoption of Resolution to Appoint recently rezoned from A-2 (Agricultural, Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Board of 12. Consideration Of Recommendations Related Limited) to RPUD (Residential Planned Unit To The Metropolitan Planning Organization Supervisors Development) with proffers. The subdivision b) Adoption of Board of Supervisors’ (i) Rules 13. Authorization for County Administrator will be known as Swanson’s Ridge (Atack to Execute a Construction Contract for the of Procedure and (ii) Code of Ethics and Property). Hickory Haven and Samary Forest Waterline Standards of Conduct b. District 2 Application filed by Darvin Replacement Capital Project c) Adoption of Resolution Establishing the Satterwhite on behalf of Mr. & Mrs. Steven Board of Supervisors’ 2014 Meeting Schedule 14. Tentative Referrals to the Planning Eaton requesting a variance to Appendix Commission for February 6, 2014 B, Article 9, Section 1 of the Goochland 2.Chairman’s Comments County Subdivision Ordinance. Variance a. Request To Refer To the Planning 3.Resolutions requested for road improvements. (Note: Commission For Public Hearing A Zoning variation requests from subdivision ordinance Ordinance Amendment To Define the Term a. Recognizing Mr. Ronald Nuckols for regulations are heard by the Planning “Data Center” and to Amend Article 18 Being Selected As Clean Water Farm Award Commission pursuant to Appendix B, Article (Industrial, Limited, District M-1) To Add Program Recipient of Goochland County for 9, Section 1 of the ordinance rather than the “Data Center” As A Permitted Use 2013 Board of Zoning Appeals). b. Request To Refer To the Planning b. Recognizing Mr. George Gill for His 16. Appointments Commission For Public Hearing A Zoning Service to the Goochland Community Ordinance Amendment To Amend Article (Move to Board Executive Conference Room to 4. Citizens’ Comment Period 21 (Supplemental Regulations), Section 8 continue meeting) (Off-Street Parking And Loading/Unloading 5. Requests to Postpone Agenda Items and 17. Work Session on Local Storm Water Requirements) To Include Parking Additions, Deletions or Changes in the Order of Management Program Requirements For Self Storage/Mini Presentation Warehouse Uses; And Article 30 (Definitions) 18. Closed Meeting: 6. Approval of Minutes: December 3, 2013 To Define Self Storage/Mini Warehouse In accordance with the provisions of Sections 2.27. County Administrator’s Comments c. Request to Refer To the Planning 3711 and 2.2-3712 of the Code of Virginia, I move Commission for Public Hearing a Zoning that the Goochland County Board of Supervisors Upcoming January 22nd Budget Work Session Ordinance Amendment to Amend Article 16 convene in Closed Meeting for the purpose of 8. Reports (Business, General, District B-1), Article 17 discussing the performance and duties of the (Business, General, District B-2), and Article County Administrator and County Attorney, as a. VDOT 17A (Interchange, Commercial, District B-3) permitted by Section 2.2-3711 (A)(1) of the Code b. 2014 Real Estate Assessment Report to Revise Building Setback Requirements for of Virginia. Business Zoning Districts c. Planning Activity I hereby move for certification pursuant to d.Request to Refer To the Planning Section 2.2-3712(D) of the Code of Virginia that d. Accounts Payable Commission for Public Hearing a Subdivision the Goochland County Board of Supervisors, 9. New Business Ordinance Amendment to Revise Yard to the best of each member’s knowledge, heard, Requirements and to Delete Open Space discussed or considered (i) only public business Consent Items: Requirement matters lawfully exempted from open meeting a. Amendment of the FY2014 Fire-Rescue requirements by the Freedom of Information Act 15. Zoning Applications or Ordinance Budget by Appropriating $7,985 in Grant in the Closed Meeting of this date, and (ii) only Amendments Scheduled for Public Meeting by Funds from the Richard S. Reynolds such public business matters as were identified in the Planning Commission for January 9, 2014 Foundation for an Inflatable Life Safety the motion convening the Closed Meeting were Education House Note: The Planning Commission will not hear heard, discussed or considered by the Goochland

County Board of Supervisors. 19. Dinner Break 7:00 p.m. 20. Chairman Calls Meeting Back to Order 21. Citizens’ Comment Period 22. Recap of The Afternoon Work Session on Storm Water Management 23. Public Hearings a. District 4 CU-2013-00015 Application filed by Jessica Clise requesting a Conditional Use Permit to operate an Equestrian school and horse riding stables on Assessor’s Parcel No. 57-5-0-1-0 (GPIN 7706-34-1518) located at 1500 Carriage Drive. The property is zoned A2 (Agricultural, Limited) and is 49.5 acres. The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 3, Section 3.2 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area a Rural Enhancement area. b. Countywide Ordinance Amendment To Repeal Section 3-104 (“Companion Animals Constituting Public Nuisance”); and To Adopt Section 3-104 (“Companion Animals Constituting Public Nuisance”) Of the Goochland County Code of Ordinances to Clarify What Animal Behavior May Constitute A Public Nuisance c. Public Hearing to Consider an Amendment of the County’s FY2014 Budgets Through the Appropriation of $1,600,000 for School Improvements (Move to Board Executive Conference Room to continue meeting) 24. Work Session to Discuss County and School Capital Projects 25. Adjournment: The Board of Supervisors will adjourn to Wednesday, January 22nd, 9:30 a.m. for a Budget Work Session in the Board Executive Conference Room; meeting is open to the public. This is a draft agenda only and is subject to change


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