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Volume 61, Number 44 • November 17, 2016

ELECTION 2016: Goochland residents came out in full force. See page 8

Missing silos cause concern

Bazaar will raise funds for GFCFS Contributed report

Goochland Free Clinic & Family Services (GFCFS) is hosting its annual Jingle Bell Bazaar on Tuesday, Dec. 6, and Wednesday, Dec. 7, at the Richmond Country Club. One of the premiere holiday events in Goochland County, Jingle Bell Bazaar is free and open to the public. Shoppers will be able to check out the numerous exhibitors offering holiday gifts, clothing, jewelry, artwork, food, toys, glasswork, and more. All About the Beverage, Boo Bug Jewelry, Rivah see Jingle Bell Bazaar > 3

Community Development in ‘new’ home

Contributed photo, above/By Roslyn Ryan, right

Above, the two silos near the Route 288 and Patterson Ave. interchange that were demolished on Sept. 12. Right, Robert and Lynne Fuller say they still miss the two stately structures, which they could see from their Goochland property.

After demolition of iconic structures, residents could see more changes ahead By Roslyn Ryan Editor

Goochland resident Robert Fuller, didn’t see the two, stately old silos come crashing to the ground in the early afternoon hours of Sept. 12, but he knew without a doubt that they had fallen.

He had just returned home after investigating why a worker was pulling down the structures, which were located near the Patterson Ave. and 288 interchange, just across from the home Fuller, a retired postal worker, shares with his wife Lynne. “I was getting out of the truck when I heard the ‘boom,’” he said. “I heard them hit the ground.” By the end of the afternoon, both silos were gone, as was the barn they were attached to, and with them a bucolic vignette that many, like the Fullers, had considered to be a daily reminder of Goochland’s rural heritage.

According to Tommy Pruitt, whose company, PWC Properties, LLC, owns the land on which the silos stood, the buildings had become a magnet for trespassers over the years, and been vandalized numerous times. “It had just become a bad situation,” Pruitt said, and demolishing the buildings was the best way they could think of to fix it. While drivers and area residents may pine for the loss of the silos, it’s the future plans for the rest of the property that have caused the most concern. see Silos > 2

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Goochland County has announced the return of County Community Development Offices to the County Administration Building. Now open and ready to serve customers, the Community Development Offices are once again located at 1800 Sandy Hook Road, Suite 280 in the Goochland County Administration Building. Community Development contact phone numbers and emails remain the same. For information or quessee New office > 3


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Silos continued from >1 On Dec. 1, PWC Properties, LLC will appear before the Goochland Planning Commission to request that the two parcels located near the northeast corner of Patterson Ave and Route 288 be rezoned and incorporated into the West

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Creek Business Park, a development also owned by the company. According to a letter that the Fullers received on Oct. 11, the move would pave the way for construction of a 60acre retail and multifamily development on the property. The project will feature restaurants, a grocery store, and retail shops. “We have concluded that a retail development at Patterson Ave. and Route 288 will bolster the ability for West Creek to recruit new businesses to the park, thereby fostering increased economic development with a corresponding increase in real estate revenue to the County,” the letter stated. A community meeting held on Oct. 26, during which representatives from PWC presented their plan and took questions from residents, drew around 60 people, many of whom expressed concerns about potential retail development on land they were once told would be used only for light industrial operations and office parks. Should the project get a stamp of approval from the Planning Commission on Dec. 1, the next step would be for the Board of Supervisors to take up the issue at its Jan. 3 meeting. No matter what the final outcome of the decision, any development that is created along that stretch of Route 288 won’t offer much comfort to those who miss the silos. Goochland resident Judi Reid said she still recalls the particular way the structures looked when she happened to be driving home from Richmond in the afternoon. “The sunlight would just shine on them,” she remembered. “It was so beautiful.”

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SPORTS Photos submitted by Julie Lawrence

The Goochland Animal Shelter, located at 1900 Hidden Rock Lane in Goochland, has the following pets available to a good home: White male kitten, about 8 months old; a female Torti/Tabby, about 1 year old; and a neutered black male kitten, about 16 weeks old.The Goochland Animal Shelter is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday. The shelter hours Thursday through Saturday are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The facility has many lost dog and cat fliers posted. For more information on these pets, as well as the many more still in need of homes at the Goochland Animal Shelter, call (804) 556-5302. You also can visit the shelter on Facebook at “Goochland County Animal Control.”

INCIDENTS AND REPORTS The following is a selection of recent calls to the Goochland County Sheriff’s Office.

November 10 

2200 BLOCK MOUNTAIN VIEW LARCENY

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3600 BLOCK SHEPHERD SPRING ARGUMENT



2900 BLOCK RIVER RD W ARREST WARRANT



1300 BLOCK WALTON STORE RD ARGUMENT



3600 BLOCK WHITEHALL RD STRAY LIVESTOCK



2400 BLOCK JACKSON SHOP HIT AND RUN

500 BLOCK JOE BROOKE CT ARGUMENT



3700 BLOCK RON DEL LN NOISE COMPLAINT 12900 BLOCK PATTERSON AVE/ RIVER RD DUI

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148-E INTERSTATE 64 TRAFFIC ACCIDENT WITH INJURY 169-WB INTERSTATE 64 TRAFFIC ACCIDENT, INJURY

1400 BLOCK BROAD STREET RD DUI

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1900 BLOCK SANDY HOOK RD FRAUD OR SWINDLE



2400 BLOCK GRANITE RIDGE RD LARCENY

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3400 BLOCK KENDAL CROSSING TERRACE, ASSAULT

12800 BLOCK WEST CREEK PKWY HARASSMENT





2000 BLOCK FAIRGROUND RD/ MICKEYTOWN RD, DUI

5100 BLOCK SHANNON HILL RD FRAUD OR SWINDLE





1700 BLOCK MAIDENS RD HARASSMENT

1400 BLOCK BROAD STREET TRAFFIC ACCIDENT WITH INJURY



2500 BLOCK FAIRGROUND RD LARCENY



4400 BLOCK RIVER RD W DOMESTIC VERBAL



1400 BLOCK BROAD STREET RD DUI

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2300 BLOCK BROAD STREET RD ARGUMENT



3800 BLOCK PAYNES MILLS RD ARGUMENT

Correction In an article on page 12 of last week’s Goochland Gazette, the wrong photo was placed with a story about Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services. The photo was actually of Goochland County staff members being honored for their recycling efforts. We sincerely regret the error.

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Property Transfers 1.83 acres; Joy Property Holdings LLC to David Jackson, $152,500. 2 acres; IL MM Ventures LLC to JCM III LLC, $60,000. 49.16 acres; H. Curtis Pearson Jr. to Beardog LLC, $85,000. Building A, Rockville Commons; Tripartners LLC to Trexlo Properties LLC, $800,000. Lot 2, Hadensville Estates; Davis S. Gingras to Charles Alexander Riffee, $439,000. Lot 6, Royal Oak Estates; Vito R. Cortese to Kenneth E. Payne, $417,000. Contributed photo

Citizen’s Academy celebrates newest class The 2016 Fall Citizen’s Academy recently graduated its newest class, wrapping up a program that began last August. During the graduation ceremony, participants talked with Sheriff Jim Agnew, toured the Sheriff’s Office, and received their certificates. The Sheriff’s Office is planning to hold another class in March of 2017. Anyone interested in attending is asked to contact Deputy Shawn Creasey at (804) 556-5349 or sscreasey@goochlandva.us.

“Jingle Bell Bazaar is a great way to kick off the holidays while helping over 2,000 Goochland County residents who struggle with food insecurity, poor health, and unsafe living conditions,” added cochairperson Margaret Nuckols. The Jingle Bell Bazaar will be held from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 6, and from 9 a.m. t0 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 7. Happy Hour Shopping, featuring hors d’oeuvres and cash bar, will take place on Tuesday evening between 5:30

and 8 p.m. Also on Tuesday, shoppers will enjoy a luncheon and a holiday fashion show. First seating is 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Second seating is 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. Tickets for the luncheon and fashion show are $25 per person and reservations are required. Contact Cheryl Kosakowski at (804) 556-6260 or ckosakowski@ goochlandva.us. Richmond Country Club is located at 12950 Patterson Avenue (just off 288) with free and easy parking.

Jingle Bell Bazaar benefits Goochland Free Clinic & Family Services, a non-profit organization that provides access to health care and basic human services to Goochland residents in need. GFCFS is a private, 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation supported by individuals, churches, corporations, grants, and businesses who share its vision. For more information, visit the organization’s website at www. GoochlandCares.org or find them on Facebook at www. facebook.com/gfcfs.

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effective government, emphasizing customer service,” renovations to the Administration building occurred to create a one -stop-shop for Community

Development services. Citizens and customers can now handle all Community Development services from one central location.

Jingle Bell Bazaar continued from >1 Breeze Gifts, Stella and Dot, Karen’s Glass, Claville Fashion Truck, Karen Wright Jewelry, Horse Hippie, and many more will feature fabulous and oneof-a-kind selections. As co-event chairperson Karen Wright explained, Jingle Bell Bazaar is one of Goochland Free Clinic & Family Services’ signature fundraising events, with proceeds going to support eleven critical assistance programs.

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Community Calendar Ongoing The Goochland and Powhatan Extension offices are accepting application for the 2017 Master Gardener training starting in mid-January. Volunteers will receive training and then assist with community-wide horticulture outreach and education. For more information, call (804) 556-2424 or visit www.gpmga.org. Wednesday, Nov. 16 Dr. Sundeep Deorah of Virginia Urology, will speak about bladder cancer at the November meeting of the Ostomy Association of Greater Richmond at 7:30 p.m. The OAGR is a support group for individuals and their caregivers facing urostomies, colostomies or illiostomies, or those who have recently had them. The meeting will take place at Henrico Doctors Hospital. For more details, contact Mike Rollston at (804) 232-1916 or agriva@comcast.net.

16600 Pouncey Tract Road in Rockville, will be hosting a free workshop on recognizing the early symptoms of hypoglycemia from 6:30-8:30 p.m. This workshop is free, and will address topics including understanding hypoglycemia; helping someone who is showing the signs of hypoglycemia; and how to use a glucagon emergency kit. Those who wish to attend are asked to register for the workshop by calling Linda Moore at (804) 749-3895 or emailing linda.moore87@ yahoo.com.

be 80’s, so dust off those leg warmers and tease up that hair! The party will be held at the Goochland Sports Complex from 6-7 p.m. and costs $10 per adult and $5 per child. Family Storytime at the Cochrane Rockville Branch Library is held at 10:30 a.m. for all ages. Call (804) 749-3146 or visit the library at 16600 Pouncey Tract Road for more information. Saturday, Nov. 19 The Mt. Gilead Purple Hearts Relay For Life team will host a bingo night at 7 p.m. at the Hadensville Fire Department. Hot dogs, chips and drinks will be offered, as well as baked goods. All proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society’s 2017 Relay For Life of Goochland.

Read 2 Rover will be held from 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. at the Cochrane Rockville Branch Library. Read 2 Rover provides comfort and motivation for beginning readers as they read aloud to therapy dogs. Call or visit the library for more information or to register for this Fife Co. 4 Fire/Rescue rewarding program. Call (804) 749-3146 for more informa- Auxiliary will sponsor their annual Craft Show/Hunters tion. Lunch/Bake Sale from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Co. Friday, Nov. 18 4 Firehouse, located at 2397 Thursday, Nov. 17 Get ready to Zumba! This Hadensville Fife Road. The Cochrane Rockville cardio fitness party is designed There will be homemade crafts, Branch Library, located at for the whole family (ages 7+). homemade candies/canned The theme for November will goods, Scentsy Candles, jewelry, Pampered Chef, Norwek, Kitchens/Baths 31 Pocketbooks, Mary Kay, Patios/Decks Tupperware, Lularoe clothing, New Construction Party dips, Christmas gifts and Doors/Windows lots more. The Hunters Lunch Sidewalks/Pavers will include BBQ, soups, chili Remodels/Additions and hot dogs. There will also be many homemade baked goods 20 Years Carpentry Experience VA Lic. 27505-093745-A Blanchard & Associates available for sale. All proceeds 804-457-9426 Greg VA Lic. 27505-093745-A 20 YearsBlanchard Carpentry Experience Residential Contractor, Inc. go to the Co. 4 building fund. For more information, contact Venna Brown at (804) 4574238. Perkins Baptist Church will be presenting Comedy for a Cause, hosted by professional comic Winston Hodges. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. and the show will begin at 7 p.m. The sug-

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Obituaries

gested admission is a cash donation or five canned goods or non-perishable food items. Contact J.B. Hodges at (804) 556-4444 for more information or to make and reservations. The event will benefit Goochland’s local food pantries. Sunday, Nov. 20 New Line Baptist Church is celebrating its Annual Men and Women Day at 3p.m. The guest preacher will be Rev. Sharon Roberts, pastor of St. Thomas Baptist Church in Bumpass. Guest singers will be the Sons of Praise from Louisa and Richmond vicinity. The church is located at 4876 New Line Rd in Gum Spring. For more information call (804) 556-6077 or (804) 556-5506. The Usher’s Ministry at First Baptist Church-Manakin will be celebrating their anniversary at 3 pm. The guest speaker will be Rev. Otis Lockhart and the Hollywood Baptist Church. family. All are welcome. Monday, Nov. 21 An Adult Coloring: Holiday Card Special program will be held from 3 - 4:30 p.m. at the Goochland Branch Library. Participants will create their own extra special tri-fold holiday card with their colored picture. Refreshments will be provided. Call (804) 556-4774 for more information. Monday, Dec. 5 A public meeting of the Goochland Chapter of Virginia Oath Keepers, (now serving Henrico, Hanover, Louisa, as well as Goochland and Powhatan), is being held at 7 p.m. at the Goochland Public Library, located at 3075 River Road West.

WILLIAM A. PLEASANTS JR. William A. Pleasants Jr., 79, of Goochland, passed away on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. He was predeceased by his parents, William A. Sr. and Rosa Gordon Pleasants; and a son, William A. Pleasants lll. He is survived by his loving wife of 62 years, Nora T. Pleasants; two daughters, Vanessa Williams (Arthur) and Lorraine Weatherspoon; four grandchildren, Katina Raines (Marcus), Robert Griggs (Denise), Damon Griggs and Lenard Pleasants; nine great-grandchildren; two Pleasants brothers, Morris Pleasant (Margaret) and Jerry Pleasant; two sisters, Martha Dowtin and Ruth Keeves (Parker); along with nieces, nephews, other family and friends. A memorial service was held on Saturday, Nov. 12, at Kingdom Hall Of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Henrico.

BESSIE H. BERGUIN Bessie Hope Berguin, a longtime resident of Lakeside and cherished sister, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, died peacefully at her home at the age of 100. Born Bessie Gray Hope at Offley Mills, a farm overlooking the South Anna River in Hanover County, she was one of seven children of John Fleming Hope Jr. and Olive Mozelle Hope. They moved to Goochland in 1922, where she spent much of her childhood, and later had strong family ties to “Belfast Farm” in Berguin Bumpass with its Revolutionary War-era house. The farm has long been the scene of sizable family reunions. She married John Raymond Berguin, originally from Oral in the Black Hills of South Dakota, on April 17, 1938. He was an electrical engineer who fell in love with the Richmond area -- as well as Bessie -- and the couple settled in Lakeside. She was to live in their Irisdale Avenue home for more than 70 years and was a member of Emanuel Episcopal Church. Mrs. Berguin was a graduate of Goochland High School. She worked for the Henrico County Real Estate Department for many years before retiring. Known for her quick wit and friendly attitude, she was honored as Outstanding Employee by the county. Along with her husband, she was an avid golfer, a fearsome croquet player and bridge player, as well as accomplished artist and prolific letter writer. They were married for almost 57 years before his death in April, 1995. They had two daughters, now Barbara Berguin Clancy of Norfolk, wife of Paul Clancy; and Diane Berguin Healey of Sugar Grove, West Virginia. She is survived by two sisters, Mary Poole and Lucy Palmes. One sister, Nancy Gasser; and three brothers, Thomas Hope, Nelson Hope and Everett Hope, have passed away. She had three grandchildren, Marianne Fox, Elizabeth Clancy and Jennifer Livingood; and five great-grandchildren, John Michael and Charlie Fox, John and Annie Livingood and Aidan Esbjornson. The family wishes to thank all her wonsee Obituaries > 5


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Amazon Smile offers way to help GFCFS Contributed report

This holiday season, Amazon.com is supporting many charitable organizations including Goochland Free Clinic & Family Services (GFCFS) through its online AmazonSmile

Shopping Center. Shop online at http://smile. amazon.com/ch/54-1967650, and Amazon.com will donate 0.5 percent of the price of each eligible AmazonSmile purchases to GFCFS.

Obituaries continued from >4 derful caregivers, especially Shelia and Katherine. The family received friends Friday, Nov. 11, at Bliley’s-Staples Mill. Funeral services were held at Emanuel Episcopal Church on Sunday, Nov. 13. Interment Emmanuel Episcopal Church Cemetery. Reception to follow at the church.

DR. JAMES M. THOMAS SR. Rev. Dr. James M. Thomas Sr., 85, of Montpelier, husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, journeyed home to be with the Lord on Friday, Nov. 4. Born on June 11, 1931, he was the fourth child of the late Deacon Richard Morris Thomas Sr. and Floyd Estelle Thomas. He is survived by his loving wife of 65

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years, Dorothy Mae Thomas; his four children, Brenda Diane Petty (Ernest) of Chesterfield; Dorothy Jane White (Dennis) of MontpelierDr. J. Madison Thomas Jr. (Lydia) of Fort Washington, Maryland; and Wayland Floyd Thomas (Tina) of Richmond; seven grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, five surviving siblings, and a host of other Thomas relatives. The family received visitors on Thursday, Nov. 10, at Emmaus Baptist Church (Pastor Emeritus) in Goochland. Homegoing services were held Friday, Nov. 11. The eulogy was delivered by Dr. J. Madison Thomas Jr., Pastor Tommie Fleming officiating. Interment at Emmaus Baptist Church.

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OPINION: Editorial, Letters to the Editor

Election marks new start — for all of us By Roslyn Ryan Editor

And so it ends. As I have to tell absolutely no one, the Election of 2016 is now in the books, and the results were of the sort that might not even make the final edit of a reality show — with so many ups and downs, twists and turns, no one would likely believe it. I will certainly be the first to admit that I was wrong, both about Donald Trump’s desire to be President (I was sure it was a publicity stunt), and the feasibility of it actually happening. It isn’t the first time I’ve had to eat my proverbial hat. I doubt it will be the last.

I also will admit that the ending, when it came, was how I would have written it. As the days since the election have passed, I, along with millions of Americans, have spent countless hours thinking about this new reality we face. Some of us, to be sure, are thrilled. Others, many of whom can be seen nightly marching in the street, feel angry and betrayed. But now, after a campaign season that saw a vast majority of Americans divided into two distinct teams, it seems a third group has emerged. We — and there seem to be more of us coming around every day —could perhaps best be described as the heartbroken yet hopeful, those of us who recognize

that the finale of this election, while not the one we wanted, is still a new beginning. And every new beginning brings with it the possibility that something truly wonderful can happen. Yes, many of us are deeply disappointed. But we also know that this is how democracy works, and that there is no other system in the world under which we would want to live. No, you will not convince many of us that Donald Trump is a great man. He’ll have to prove it. But it has been inspiring in recent days to witness so many of his opponent’s supporters, even after such a brutal and divisive race, standing up to say that he deserves the chance to do

just that. As we move forward, I am hopeful that our country will continue to come together and begin to remember once again what make us a truly great nation. Democracy can be messy, as we’ve just seen, but the sooner we start dusting ourselves off and getting on with things, the better for all. As for Mr. Trump, this hardearned victory is only the beginning of what promises to be a long and difficult journey, during which he will have to make good on his promises to the American people. He has been given the highest honor we have to give. It’s up to him to prove he’s worthy of it. We’ll all be watching.

A long-delayed ‘thank you’ to those who served By Jim Ridolphi Contributing Columnist

I’ve attended dozens of Veteran’s Day events in the past two decades, all of them meaningful and somber with well intentioned appreciation displayed for the men and women who serve our nation in uniform. But this year’s usual and almost predictable assignment provided a special message for the hundreds who attended, and even more specifically to the reporter who cov-

ered it. A steady line of Vietnam veterans made their way to the podium to receive a proclamation of appreciation and special Congressional pin denoting their service in Southeast Asia. Some limped and others needed assistance as they came forward to claim the appreciation that many of them think is long overdue. Throughout numerous American wars and conflicts, one thing remains constant as men and

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women shed blood on foreign soil to protect our freedom at home. The ties that bind are the stories of the men and women who served, the soldiers’ stories that live in their minds for a lifetime. For many, time served with comrades in arms is a defining period in their lives, a period where lasting friendships were formed and hopes were often dashed. It was true for the GI trudging through the frozen forests of Europe during World War II, or the

men caught hopelessly between a rock and a hard place in Korea. It also was present in Vietnam, where men and women fought through enemy-infested jungles and boobytrapped deltas searching for an enemy intent on destroying them. As a nation, we don’t pick our heroes or what circumstances produce the selfless courage it takes to put on a uniform and walk into harm’s way on a daily basis. see Ridolphi > 7

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Letters to the Editor Election Day was successful thanks to county’s volunteers Dear Editor, The results of the General Election are in and Goochland’s turnout was 85.2 percent of active voters, substantially ahead of the statewide average and certainly among the top jurisdictions across the Commonwealth. President-Elect Donald Trump carried Goochland with 59.2 percent of the vote. Secretary Hillary Clinton received 34.5 percent. Commonwealth’s Attorney Mike Caudill won 71.4 percent. The operation of our polling places went smoothly and it is a tribute to the extraordinary goodwill, discipline, integrity and devotion of our Officers of Election who put in a 16 to 18-hour day to ensure our voting was fair, open, transparent and successful. As Thanksgiving Day nears, please remember your neighbors whose devotion to democracy made this possible. Their performance embodies the five ‘Rs’ of their training: Responsible, Resilient, Resolute, Resourceful and Respectful. At Fife, please thank Chief Robbin Bryce, Asst. Chief Venna Brown, Shirley Foutz, Ronald Jenkins, Sarah Reed, Mara Hilliar, Larry Minor, Patricia and Al Martin. At Hadensville, please thank Chief William Stapleton, Asst. Chief Shirley Christian, Karen Stapleton, Kenneth Siddons, Pauline Shelton, Billie Anderson, Willie Dickerson, Dolores Myers, Shanice Swann and Darryl Payne. At Three Square, please thank Chief Deborah Hall, Asst. Chief Lois Salmon, Delinda Mausolf, Edith Salmon, Debra Ware, Donald Hall and Susan Bradley. At Sandy Hook, please thank Chief Jean Harris, Asst. Chief Karen Gentry, Shirley Lewis, Haywood Pace, Yvette Thomas, Susan see Letters > page 7


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Letters continued from >6 Brooking, Diane Lively, Susan Parrish, Penny Athey, Thelma Hughes, Karl Rhyner and Ryan Hall. At Goochland Court House Precinct One, please thank Chief Margaret Reynolds, Asst. Chief Linda Thurston, Kevin Hoeft, Richard Bradner, Faye Mann, Geraldine Woodson, Annie Lorenzo and Meleta Leonard. At Goochland Court House Precinct Two, please thank Chief Deanna Allen, Asst. Chief Ledra Allen, Shauna Sprouse, Bea Anderson, Michael Rhyner and Cynthia Young. At Shallow Well, please thank Chief Archibald Martin, Asst. Chief Don Sharpe, Katrina Hoeft, Linda Boggs,

Ridolphi continued from >6 Following an unpopular war that prompted social and cultural change in our nation, our collective citizenry decided that Vietnam was a war worth forgetting, and ignoring the men and women who fought those battles were forgotten, ignored and even shunned as they returned home to an ungrateful nation. Many blamed the troops for losing a war that was, in fact, unwinnable. Others saw the returning veterans as a reminder of political miscues and a misguided mission that forever stained our national image in the eyes of some. We somehow blamed the messenger for carrying out orders that our elected leaders chose. When soldiers protested the seemingly aimless leadership, we blamed them for not

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Johnny Keffer, Billy Mullins Cynthia Alvis, Larry Finnegan, Cynthia Valentine and Wanda Green. At Centerville, please thank Chief Patricia Bolling, Asst. Chief Gerald Anderson, Bonnie Shelhorse, Patricia Hendy, Caleb Fisher, Patricia Fleming, Frances Mitchell, Julia Norris, Trakita Brooks, Margaret Ann Nuckols, Eilzabeth Martin and Stephen Ward. At Manakin, please thank Chief Andy Williams, Asst. Chief Sue Weeks, Gladys Austin-Johnson, Ursel Huber, Cheryl Smith, Justin Daschner, Paul Miller Jr., Marc Moyers, Frederick Keil, Darlean Dailey, Ann Beauchamp and Doug Knapp. At Blair Road, please thank Chief Patricia Snead, Asst. Chief Tim Hanger, Connie James, Jennifer Palmore, Louis

Roensch, Valerie Ayers, Sharon Gilley, Angela Rhodes, Pamela Venitz, and Irma Topper. At the Central Absentee Precinct, please thank Chief Barbara Shelton, Asst. Chief Sam Bailey, and Bob Swinson. In the Goochland County administration we had unstinting help from dedicated staff in the IT department and the Department of Buildings and Grounds who prepared the polling places for voters. Throughout the year the Board of Supervisors and County Administrators have provided the financial and material support essential to an efficient operation. They all deserve our thanks. The Goochland Sheriff ’s Department provided unobtrusive but dependable and reassuring security through the day for which we were

obeying orders. They were caught in a hopeless crossfire from home and in the theatre that provided no viable escape. So, they returned and picked up their lives as best they could, placing medals and patches in boxes for permanent storage, rarely sharing their war stories with interested neighbors or never hearing the words “Thank you for your service.� I spoke to one of those Vietnam veterans following the ceremony who did not opt to receive the special recognition of his peers and soldiers in arms. “I felt like America slapped me in the face when I came home from Vietnam. It’s a feeling that never has gone away, a feeling of guilt and almost humiliation,� he said. His crystal blue eyes told the story of a man who had seen the horror of war, the sacrifice of friends and the

unspeakable misery of battle and had faced the aftermath alone and isolated. “For a long period, I never told anyone that I served. I felt guilty for serving.â€? As I gathered my supplies and prepared to leave, I saw the man standing in an Army colored P-coat, standing away from the crowd, alone in thought. I made my way through the groups of people that mingle after each and every memorial ceremony, and I reached out my hand and spoke words to this man that probably no one had ever said in his presence. “Thank you for your service, sir. Welcome home.â€? It’s never too late for a nation to recognize its heroes, and for the thousands of men and women who served in Vietnam, and it’s never too late to come home ‌ to a grateful nation.

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Goochland voters have become school division for the work they do for the students they renowned. serve each and every day! In the fast-paced, hectic Keith Flannagan, Chair Wanda Taylor, Vice Chair world, we fail to take the time Robin Lind, Secretary to stop and reflect on the critiGoochland Electoral Board cally important work that we, as a school division, are doing. The fact is, every day, our talMany individuals ented employees are inspiring deserve thanks and preparing our students, for helping shape our next generation, to make a positive impact. students’ lives Throughout every school Dear Editor, day, GCPS employees have As Goochland County opportunities to impact the Public Schools celebrates American Education Week, lives of the students who board we want to express our appreciation to the employees of our

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Mail continued from >7 our buses, eat in our cafeterias, feel safe in our facilities, and benefit from the many different services we offer. The experiences and lessons our employees provide our children serve as the foundation for future success of our county, state, nation, and world. Our community is the beneficiary of our employees’ work with our students! Goochland County Public Schools is a leader in public education and we have achieved success in a multitude of settings. None of our success would be possible without the dedication and talents of our exceptional employees. Our employees are role models who diligent-

ly labor every day for the students in Goochland County. In the words of William Butler Yeats, our employees are not “filling a pail,” but are “lighting a fire.” They are lighting a fire in our students that we hope will burn for years to come in the form of educated citizens who shape the future as educators, health care providers, public safety officials, mechanics, engineers, and community leaders. Author Jim Collins writes, “Great vision without great people is irrelevant.” We encourage our community to join us this week, November 14-18, in expressing our thanks to all of our GCPS employees as we maximize the potential of all of our learners and ensure that our students have the skills,

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Now is time for all Americans to come together as one Dear Editor, In the spirit of healing across the divides, I would like to offer an invitation written by my friends, Gordon Davidson and Corinne McLaughlin of the Center for Visionary Leadership. Jacquelyn Pogue, Richmond “We invite you to join with us in prayer and meditation for the future of our nation: May we as a nation be guided by the Divine to rediscover the sacred flame of our national heritage, which so many have given their lives to safeguard; Let the wounds of separation and division be healed by opening our hearts to listen to the truth on all sides, allowing us to find a higher truth that includes us all; May we learn to honor and enjoy our diversity and differences as a people, even as we more deeply touch our fundamental unity; May we undergo a transformation that will draw forth individuals to lead our nation who embody courage, compassion and a higher vision; May our leaders inspire us, and we so inspire each other,

that a new spirit of forgiveness, caring and honesty be born in our nation; May we, as a united people, move with clear, directed purpose to take our place within the community of nations to help build a better future for all humankind; And may we as a nation rededicate ourselves to truly living as one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” Jacqueline Pogue Goochland

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Annual stew sale went off without a hitch once again Dear Editor, For the 10th year in a row, Crozier Company 2 Auxiliary had its primary fundraiser for its fire company, the Brunswick Stew and Bake Sale. Once again we must thank all the people who helped make this one of our best and most profitable ever. With the help of neighbors and friends, the hard-working Auxiliary, under the leadership of Stewmaster Lloyd Minter, made 907 quarts of Brunswick Stew--and we sold them all! I would like to thank Tyler Hollender and Enzo’s for procuring all of our vegetables for us; St. Matthew’s Church for lending us their pots; the Boy Scout Camp for allowing us to cook and debone 464 pounds of chicken; Tanglewood Ordinary Restaurant for donating all the corn bread to go with the stew; and our friends and families who donated all the goodies for the bake sale table. A special shout out to our neighbors who helped stir all the pots for six hours. We couldn’t have done it without you! Many thanks! Ann O. Casey President, Co. 2 Auxiliary

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Miss Napier and Mr. Dervishian wed The marriage of Miss Jennifer Elizabeth Napier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart A. Napier, Jr., of Manakin-Sabot, to Robert Wesley Dervishian, Jr., son of the late Mr. Dervishian Sr., took place on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016, at four o’clock in the afternoon at Dover Baptist Church in Manakin-Sabot. Dr. Todd Kube officiated. The bride carried a bouquet fashioned from brooches given to her by family and friends and designed by Mrs. Melissa Suttles, friend of the bride. She was escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents. Mrs. Melissa Jacqueline Newman was her sister’s Matron of Honor. Mr. Drew DeAngelis served as Best Man. The bride’s nephew, James Stuart Newman, and the bride’s godson, Jonathan ‘Truman’ Austin, were ring bearers. David Eggleston, Tom Jenkins and Philip Parker, cousins of the bride, were Ushers. Music for the ceremony was provided by Mrs. Debbie Thompson, pianist. Miss Emily Trent, goddaughter of the bride, was violinist and the soloist was Mrs. Leslie Caldwell, childhood friend of the bride. Reader was Mr. David Hering, also a childhood friend of the bride. Mistresses of Ceremony were Mrs. Megan Canose and Miss Monique Sample. A rehearsal dinner, hosted by the groom, was held at Enzo’s Italian Chop House in Manakin-Sabot on the eve of the wedding. The bride’s parents hosted a reception at the Hermitage Country Club with music provided by Steve Bassett. The newlyweds honeymooned at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming and toured the surrounding area. They reside in Richmond with their two dogs, Porter and Stella.


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County voters overwhelmingly chose Trump By Roslyn Ryan Editor

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espite rumors about potential unrest across the nation on Nov. 8, Election Day appears to have gone off without much a hitch in most places. And no one was likely happier about that than county registrar

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Donald J. TRUMP

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912

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7

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195

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366

147

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Frances Ragland. “Everything went very smoothly,” said an obviously relieved Ragland, a few days after the final votes had been tallied. Though she admitted that she could sense a different tone this year as the election approached—“Everybody was just kind of on edge,” she said — Ragland insisted that this didn’t translate into any difficulties on Nov. 8.

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1477 1,956 75.5%

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Goochland cruises in playoff opener with 49-7 win By Jim Ridolphi Contribting Writer

Goochland glided through its opening round of the Region 2A East playoffs last week with a 49-7 thumping of visiting Washington and Lee. The Bulldogs entered the contest with a defense that had produced four previous shootouts and held opposing offenses to a stingy 7.8 points. Those numbers will only improve with the team’s 11th victory of the 2016 season, ensuring a match with Strasburg next week as the playoffs continue on Bulldog home turf. For the 4-7 Eagles, the task seemed almost insurmountable from the beginning as the Montrose based squad dressed 24 players for the game. “We did a lot of good things, but honestly it was tough to judge how we played,” coach Joe Fowler said after the win. “W&L was missing some key players and they were overmatched, so I don’t know if we

played well or if our success was just a reflection of our opponent.” And the trouble started early for Eagles quarterback Carson Bell. On his first pass from scrimmage, Cole Nuckols made a leaping interception and set up the Bulldogs for an opening drive that set an ominous tone for the Eagles. Marcus Burton scored from eight yards out to begin a first half scoring barrage that produced 42 points. On the ensuing possession, the Bulldogs got their second pick of the young game when Devin McCray nabbed the next Bell pass and returned it to W&L 32 yard line. Jasper Carter covered the final five yards to make the score 14-0, midway through the first quarter. The Eagles tried to cross things up on their next possession but a quick kick turned sour when the Bulldogs rush smothered the punter and produced another turnover deep in W&L territory. Cordell Mattox completed that

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see Football> 12 Goochland defensive back Cole Nuckols (6) returns a first quarter interception against Washington and Lee on Nov. 11.

Bulldogs fall in region opener By Billy Fellin Sports Editor

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Alexis Wiggins (13) sends a tip over the net against Buffalo Gap in region play.

It isn’t often that the Goochland Bulldogs volleyball team isn’t victorious on home court. But, that wasn’t the case in the Group 2A East region semifinal game between the Bulldogs and Buffalo Gap on Nov. 10 as Buffalo Gap defeated Goochland 25-14, 24-26, 25-23, 25-18. “There were times when I thought we could definitely win,” coach Jennifer Erixon said. “Going into this game, I felt confident. The first set didn’t start off well with an out-of-rotation call, a bad pass and we just made mistake after mistake. They just couldn’t get out of their

funk.” Buffalo Gap rushed out to a 7-1 lead in the first set and didn’t look back, even as the Bulldogs attempted to make a comeback. Goochland came out much stronger in set two, rushing out to a 6-2 lead, but the Bison were able to come back and tie at 10-10. From there, it was back-andforth the rest of the set, with no team getting more than a twopoint lead until the Bison went ahead 22-20. Buffalo Gap would get to set point at 24-22, which forced a Goochland timeout. The timeout gave the Bulldogs new life as they scored four points in a row, two of which came from Alexis Wiggins

and Goochland took the set. The third set was similar to the second, as the teams went backand-forth until Goochland took the lead at 13-12, and then built themselves a bit of a lead. But, the Bison came back to tie the game and eventually built a lead of their own to 24-21. Once again Goochland was able to push them to two set points after a Trinity Wonderling ace. Unfortunately, a service error gave the set to the Bison and the Bulldogs were in a hole. A six-point run in the fourth set doomed Goochland to a 3-1 loss in the regional semifinal, one

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Three Bulldog athletes sign NLIs By Billy Fellin Sports Editor

It was a very special day for three Goochland Bulldogs athletes on Nov. 9. In front of family and friends that packed the cafeteria at Goochland High School, softball players Sarah Ramsbottom and Kailyn Spencer as well as two-time individual Group 2A state tennis champion Chase Bernstein signed their National Letters of Intent to where they will be playing sports at the collegiate level. Ramsbottom will be going to Presbyterian College, Spencer will head to UVAWise and Bernstein will attend Virginia Tech. For Ramsbottom, she will head to the Big South

Region continued from >11 step short of a state playoff berth. The dynamic hitters the Bison employed, led by Emily Hanger and setter Camille Ashby, who had pinpoint

Football continued from >11 drive with a nine-yard sweep to the end zone. Calvin Martin scored next early in the second period when he scampered for 31 yards to make the score 280 with 10:50 remaining in the half. John King gathered in a 17 yard pass from Tanner Bradshaw to put the Bulldogs up 35-0, and Burton ended the first half where he started, standing in the end zone after a 22-yard sprint to pay

Conference and join the Blue Hose. “I’m so excited,” she said. “I really felt at home on campus and I really like the coaches. They made me feel like they really wanted me. I like the location.” Ramsbottom said that she was considering “a few other schools,” but she knew she wanted to head south. But, Presbyterian showed the most interest in her and they will get her ability on the diamond for four years. Ramsbottom’s bat and her glove will boost the Blue Hose on offense and defense. The team went 25-28 last season. In the classroom, Ramsbottom said that she wants to study political science. Spencer, the pitching work-

horse for the Bulldogs, will become a Cavalier next year. “I’m really excited,” she said. “I love the area, I love the community. It reminds me a lot of Goochland. I’m excited.” Spencer got looks from Mount Olive and “a few others” and she said she wants to become an elementary school teacher. The Cavaliers were 28-30 last season. Bernstein was named as the All-Metro player of the year after continuing his undefeated streak in high school play. In addition to his second singles title in Group 2A, he won the doubles state title in 2016 as well with younger brother Ryan. “I’m excited, I’ve been waiting for this for a long time,” he said. “I’ve been going to

(Virginia Tech) football games liked it more and more…the with the Hokies in the Atlantic since I was a kid and every community, the atmosphere.” Coast Conference over Wake Bernstein chose to compete Forest and South Carolina. single time I went there, I’ve

accuracy on her hits, were tough tasks for Goochland. Tip coverage was also an Achilles’ heel that the Bison exploited. “Unfortunately, we’re not as tall as we were last year,” Erixon said. “Our blocking power wasn’t there. Even

though we have a very strong defense, there’s only so much they can do when they’re up against two dynamic middle hitters that can go anywhere.” While the result was not what the team envisioned for their season, almost entire

Bulldogs team will return next season, with another year of experience under their belts that will no doubt pay dividends. Libero Casey Spencer is the lone senior for the Bulldogs that will not be in red and gold next season.

Erixon said that she will remember the 2016 team as a scrappy team that was incredibly mentally tough. “They let absolutely nothing drop,” Erixon said. “They never got down on themselves, they never gave up and are very mentally

tough. Looking ahead, we have everyone coming back except Casey. We just have to put in some work in the offseason and come back ready to play again.” Billy Fellin can be reached at wfellin@powhatantoday.com.

dirt to end the half with his team enjoying a 42-0 lead. Although Bradshaw’s passing attempts are limited, the aerial element of the Bulldog attack is headed in the right direction, according to Fowler. “We are getting better each week. Tanner threw some nice balls Friday and it is something that we need to keep improving on a weekly basis,” the coach said. Fowler utilized a number of reserves in the second half, and the second and third string performed well

against the Eagles. Perry Snead-Johnson ground out two third quarter yards to produce the Bulldogs’ final score of the evening, and Eagles quarterback Corbin Bell dove one yard for a fourth quarter score to avoid what was, for all intent and purposes, a shutout. Fowler knows the challenge increases with each week, as teams step up the competition level as they travel to Goochland for at least another week. Strasburg defeated King

William to earn another shot at the Bulldogs, a victim of the Rams in three past playoff match ups. But, that was then, and Fowler said this team is special and more than ready for the challenge that Strasburg presents. “This is such a great group of kids. They have stuck together and supported one another all season,” Fowler said. “Everybody has bought into their role on the team whether it is as high profile starter, a role player who focuses on special teams, or a

scout team players who helps the starters get ready for the opponents. I think that has been the biggest key to our success.” He’s also realistic when sizing up next week’s opponent who comes to town with a recent victory over their biggest rival, Woodstock. “Strasburg is big and physical. They don’t have a lot of kids, but the ones they do have are strong,” Fowler said. “They are going to line up and try to run right at us and then mix in some play action and drop back

passing. Defensively they have been great at times this year.” Goochland will be going through its normal schedule as Friday’s round two game approaches. “We are just sticking with our normal routine.,” Fowler said. “We feel like the kids like consistency and we don’t want to change up the recipe that got us to this point this year and in years past. “But, our kids know that each week, we need to play better because we are facing better teams.”

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Sarah Ramsbottom (left), Chase Bernstein (center) and Kailyn Spencer all signed on Signing Day.


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candidates in upcoming elections who reflect these core values.” Markel said she and her fellow Democrats were pleased that the Right to Work constitutional amendment was defeated, calling it “a win for all working people in our Commonwealth.” Finally, she said “we hope to hold our President-elect and the Republican-controlled Congress accountable for any decisions they make that may jeopardize the wellbeing of the disadvantaged and vulnerable populations in this country. We Democrats in Goochland have always believed that America is great. Our goal is to keep it that way.”

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Treasurer Debbie Markel said they were choosing to focus on the future. “While disappointed that, despite winning the popular vote by just under 1 million votes as of this writing our candidate for President did not win, the Goochland Democratic Committee will continue to focus on protecting and bringing attention to the key issues we have always supported,” Markel said in an e-mail Monday. “These include quality public education, celebrating and respecting diversity, preserving our environment, tax fairness, social justice, and affordable healthcare for all. We will also be working at the grassroots level to support local, state, and national

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“When we lost eight years ago, we went to work and got involved, many of us for the first time,” Bishop said. “We’ll continue to do that and learn how to be even more effective. Goochland is an especially good example of that. A few years after our national loss, our local government reformed and embraced conservative governing principles and every person in the county is better off as a result. As America now returns to being a Republic again, the results will be the same. The entire spectrum of citizens will benefit, liberal and conservative alike.” Speaking for Clinton’s supporters, Goochland Democratic Committee

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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Goochland County Board of Supervisors will conduct a Public Hearing on Tuesday, December 6, 2016, 7:00 PM Goochland County Administration Building 1800 Sandy Hook Rd., Board Meeting Room Suite 250, Goochland, VA on the following item(s). The meeting is open to the public. District 4 RZ-2016-00006 Application filed by Vik Murthy for Luck Stone Corporation requesting zoning reclassification of 18.9 acres from Agricultural, Limited (A-2) to Industrial, General (M-2) with proffers on Assessor’s Parcel Nos. 48-1-0-20 (GPIN 7727-45-5927); 481-0-41 (GPIN 7727-46-8720); 48-1-0-42 (GPIN 7727-47-9027); 48-1-0-42A (GPIN 7727-57-1003; 481-0-43A (GPIN 7727-57-1210); 48-1-0-43 (GPIN 7727-57-1257); 48-1-0-44 (GPIN 7727-57-2441); 481-0-45 (GPIN 7727-57-3675); a portion of 48-1-0-46 (GPIN 7727-57-5415); and a portion of 48-1-047-D (GPIN 7727-66-6811). The properties are located on Ashland Road. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Industrial. REZONING

District 3 CU-1986-00003A Application filed by Goochland County requesting the amendment of a Conditional Use Permit for the animal shelter property at 1900 Hidden Rock Lane on Assessor’s Parcel No. 43-2-0-2-0 (GPIN 6767-48-6700). The amendment would address the setback from Fairground Road (State Route 632) and a buffer beside Assessor’s Parcel No. 43-1-0-15-0 (GPIN 6767-37-9907). The property is zoned Agricultural, Limited (A-2) and consists of 47.94 acres. The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 3. Section 3.25 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as County/ State/Institutional. AMENDMENT

Countywide Ordinance Amendment - Ordinance to Repeal Chapter 6 (Fire Prevention and Protection and Emergency Medical Services) of the Goochland County Code of Ordinances in its entirety and to Adopt a new Chapter 6 (Public Safety Services) containing substantive changes including: the addition of provisions regarding the declaration of local emergencies (Sec. 6-3(b)); the relocation of open burning provisions from Chapter 7 (Art. III, Div. 1); the deletion of provisions permitting termination of fire-rescue responses for non-payment of nuisance alarms fees (Sec. 6-88); and other changes that include a reorganized chapter structure and updated state and county code references Countywide Ordinance Amendment - Ordinance to Amend Chapter 7 (Health and Sanitation) of the Goochland County Code of Ordinances generally to be consistent with and to update references to state law provisions as well as make the County Code consistent throughout; to replace all references to county engineer with department of community development; to specifically amend Section 7-80 (Charges for use of waste facility) to remove reference to licensed collectors and to decals; and to repeal Article III (Solid Waste), Division 4 (Regulation of Open Burning) in its entirety Countywide Ordinance Amendment - Ordinance to Amend Chapter 5.5 (Fees and Taxes), Article II (Schedule of Fees and Charges), Section 5.5-23 (Schedule of business license fees and taxes) of the Goochland County Code of Ordinances by reducing the license fees for itinerant merchants or peddlers. Full text of the above information is available in the County Administrator’s office, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. See Board of Supervisor’s Packet for further details.

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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Planning Commission Thursday, December 1, 2016, 6:45 p.m. 1800 Sandy Hook Rd., Board Meeting Room Suite 250, Goochland, VA Meeting is Open to the Public 7:00 p.m. – Public Hearings Countywide Ordinance to amend Article 18 (Industrial, Limited, District M-1), Section 2.18, of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to Amend Development Standards and to Allow for the Expansion of Previously Approved Planned Development Parks District 5 RZ-2016-00007 Application filed by PWC Properties, LLC requesting zoning reclassification of Assessor’s Parcel Nos. 64-1-0-85 (GPIN 7724-54-2170) and 64-1-0-41 (GPIN 7724-73-5140) totaling 7.66 acres from District A-2 (Agricultural, Limited) to District M-1 (Industrial, Limited). The properties are located in the northeast quadrant of the Patterson Ave. and Route 288 intersection. Applicant intends add parcels to existing West Creek Business Park. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Prime Economic Development. RZ-1987-0013E Application filed by PWC Properties, LLC requesting to amend selected proffers approved with application RZ-1987-0013 and subsequently amended. Includes Assessor’s Parcel Nos. 64-20-0-5 (GPIN 7724-74-0040); 64-20-0-6 (GPIN 7724-63-3920); and 64-20-0-7 (GPIN 7724-84-1682). Properties are zoned District M-1 (Industrial, Limited) and are located within West Creek Business Park at the northeast quadrant of the Patterson Ave. and Route 288 intersection. Amendment proposes to: 1) Delete development standards that inhibit retail development along Patterson Avenue; 2); Delete a provision limiting the number accesses; and 3) Delete selected buffer, setback, and landscaping requirements. Countywide Ordinance to amend Article 2 (Agricultural, General District A-1), Section 2 (Uses and structures permitted by right) to replace “portable sawmills” with “sawmill, non-commercial”; Section 3 (Conditional uses permitted by special exception) to add “sawmill, commercial”; Article 3 (Agricultural, Limited District A-2), Section 2 (Uses and structures permitted by right) to replace “portable sawmills” with “sawmill, non-commercial”; Article 19 (Industrial, General District M-2), Section 2 (Uses and structures permitted by right) to replace “stationary sawmill, planning mill” with “sawmill, commercial”; and to amend Article 30 (Definitions) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to define the terms “sawmill, commercial” and “sawmill, non-commercial” Anyone may attend to express opinions on the above. Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Meeting accommodations including interpreters are provided upon request. Telephone: 556-5860 (TDD 711 (Virginia Relay)) E-mail: countyadmin@goochlandva.us. Website: www.goochlandva.us.

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21. Painful places on the body 23. Fiddler crabs 25. Resinous substance 26. Person of wealth (Brit.) 27. Series 28. North American plant 29. Warble 32. Pastries 33. Group of eight 34. Twyla __, dancer 36. Pouch 37. Singer Charles 38. Cattle genus 40. Eye infection 41. Where couples go to marry 43. Long bench with backs 44. Unrestricted free agent 46. ___ Talks 47. Causal agent 49. Nincompoop 50. Relating to the aura 51. Person of conspicuous wealth 52. Type of mottled fruit 53. Essential 54. Fertility god 57. Folk singer Ives 58. La __ Tar Pits, Hollywood 59. Foot 61. Digital audiotape 62. Drunk

CANCER • Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, certain things have been on your mind and you don’t know how to reach a resolution. It may be best if you talk things over with a trusted friend.

LIBRA • Sept 23/Oct 23 A family situation arises and you’re asked to resolve it, Libra. You may need to step back and let things play out, but try your best to come to a decision that benefits all involved.

CAPRICORN • Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, you might need to save a little more before booking that dream vacation. You’re on the cusp of your getaway; you just need to hammer out a few more financial details.

TAURUS • Apr 21/May 21 An impossible situation may prove less difficult than you initially expected, Taurus. Stick with your current path, and you can overcome the challenges ahead.

LEO • Jul 23/Aug 23 Your specialized skills are called on in the workplace this week, Leo. Make the most of this opportunity to prove to your superiors just how much you are able capable of.

SCORPIO • Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, this week is a great time to take a step back and regroup. Things have been hectic of late, and the chance to rest up and relax is just what the doctor ordered.

AQUARIUS • Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, maintain the strictest confidence when a loved one discloses something to you this week. You’re a source of strength for this person, and they trust you to remain silent.

GEMINI • May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, your calendar is filled. Make the most of social situations and your chance to be the life of the party. There will be time to recharge your batteries later in the month.

VIRGO • Aug 24/Sept 22 Sometimes others do not see things from your perspective, Virgo. It may take some convincing to get them to come around to your way of thinking. Exercise patience.

SAGITTARIUS • Nov 23/Dec 21 Put your family first this week, Sagittarius. You have been overwhelmed with professional responsbilities in recent weeks, but now it’s time to reconnect with your loved ones.

PISCES • Feb 19/Mar 20 Continue to communicate openly and honestly with others, Pisces. It’s the best way to get ahead and solidify existing relationships.

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ARIES • Mar 21/Apr 20 Aries, step out of the limelight this week and let another person close to you shine. He or she needs the vote of confidence. Lend your support and offer any advice you can.


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