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>>> GOOD GOOD EVENING, EVERYONE.

WELCOME TO TONIGHT'S BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING FOR TUESDAY, JANUARY 26TH.

AS WE BEGIN I WANT TO WELCOME EVERYONE.

YOU MAY NOTE JOINING US ONLINE ATTENDANCE IN THE BOARDROOM IS LIMITED TO TEN DUE TO STATE REQUIREMENTS FOR COVID-19.

THE COMMENTS FOR THE MEETING WILL BE GIVEN FROM THE ELECTION LECTURN IN THE BACK FOR ANYONE ATTENDED AND AVAILABLE ONLINE.

WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION AS WE FOLLOW THE SAFETY PROTOCOLS WE CAN FOR COVID-19.

YOU CAN PARTICIPATE REMOTELY IN THE PUBLIC HEARING AND PUBLIC COMMENT PORTION OF TONIGHT'S MEETING.

GO TO THE BOARD OF SUPERVISOR'S WEB PAGE AT BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND GUIDANCE FOR THE BOARD OF THE MEETING.

SCROLL DOWN AND CLICK.

A MODERATOR WILL LET YOU KNOW WHEN IT IS YOUR TURN TO SPEAK.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

>> WE'LL START TONIGHT AS WE DO WITH A PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE AND IF YOU REMAIN

[1. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE ]

STANDING FOR THE INVOCATION WE WELCOME BACK STEVE BOOTS.

THE CHAPLAIN FOR THE HENRICO POLICE DEPARTMENT.

THANK YOU FOR BEING HERE.

WE'LL START WITH THE PLEDGE (PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE).

>>> LET'S PRAY.

[2. INVOCATION ]

>> FATHER, WE THANK YOU FOR THE BLESSINGS YOU GIVE TO US HOW GOOD YOU ARE TO US AND THANK YOU FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO DO THE BUSINESS IN THE COMMUNITY AND I DO PRAY FOR ALL THOSE BEING AFFECTED BY THE COVID AND EVERYTHING THAT COMPLICATIONS AROUND THAT.

I PRAY THAT WE HAVE SOME BREAKTHROUGHS WITH THE EFFECTIVENESS OF GETTING THE VACCINE OUT AND SEE SOME BREAKTHROUGH IN FINDING A CURE.

I PRAY FOR THOSE WHO ARE STRUGGLING WITH THE COVID AND THOSE WHO LOST LOVED ONES.

YOU COMFORT THEM AND GIVE EACH OF THE BOARD MEMBERS WISDOM AS THEY DEAL WITH ITEMS AND BUSINESS RELATED TO THAT.

AND THE BURDEN OF TAKING CARE OF EVERYTHING THAT MUST CONTINUE.

GIVE THEM WISDOM THEY MAKE THE DECISIONS.

AND THAT YOU GUIDE THEM AND THE PRIVILEGE TO LIVE IN THIS COUNTRY AND BLESS EVERYTHING THAT THEY DO.

IN JESUS' NAME, AMEN.

, THANK YOU, APPRECIATE IT, STEVE.

>>> AS WE MOVE ON I'LL ACCEPT A MOTION TO APPROVE THE MEETINGS MINUTES AND THE

[3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - January 12, 2021, Regular Meeting; and January 6, 2021, Special Meeting ]

SPECIAL MINUTES.

>> SO MOVED.

>> NELSON, SECONDED BY THORNTON.

SAY AYE.

>> OPPOSED.

>> THE MOTION CARRIES.

MR. MANAGER.

>> I HAVE ONE COMMENT THIS EVENING AND THAT IS THE BI WEEKLY UPDATE ON COVID-19

[4. MANAGER’S COMMENTS ]

AND THE EFFORTS AND I WOULD ASK TONY DOWELL TO PRESENT THIS.

BUT -- HE IS REMOTE.

TONY? , AS THE PRESENTATION IS UP I WOULD LIKE TO START OFF BY LETTING YOU KNOW WE WILL TALK ABOUT THE VACCINATION EFFORTS.

>> SINCE THE DOCTOR WAS TAPPED TO LEAD THE STATE'S EFFORTS AND AMY HAS BEEN LEADING THE HEALTH DISTRICTS EFFORTS TO PUT TOGETHER THE PROGRAMMENT WHO SHE IS A WEALTH OF INFORMATION TO BE INTRODUCED AND ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS THAT MAY COME UP AND ADD ANY COMMENTS AS WE GO THROUGH THE PRESENTATION.

I'LL GIVE YOU A HELLO AND INTRODUCTION TO THE BOARD.

>> GOOD EVENING, THANK YOU FOR HAVING ME.

MY REGULAR ROLE IS NURSE MANAGER OF THE HENRICO HEALTH DISTRICT.

I'M LEADING THE VACCINATION EFFORTS.

THANK YOU FOR COMING.

>> WE CAN GO TO THE NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

>> I WOULD LIKE TO INTERRUPT MR. MC DOWELL AND AMY AND THE EFFORTS OF OTHERS AT THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT AND I CAN TELL YOU THESE FOLKS HAVE BEEN WORKING ENDLESSLY WITH

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OUR IMAGINE MANAGERS I WANT TO THANK YOU YOU AMY AND YOUR TEAM FOR ALL THAT YOU DO ON BEHALF OF THE COUNTY AND THE REGION.

I KNOW THERE IS A LOT OF CRITICISM RIGHT NOW BUT THE EFFORTS ARE APPRECIATED.

>> THANK YOU.

>> MEMBERS OF THE BOARD WE REPORTED THAT HENRICO HAS BEEN A LEADER IN TERMS OF THE NUMBER OF COVID-19 TESTS BEFORED -- PERFORMED IN THE COMMUNITY.

THAT'S THE CASE.

AS OF TODAY, WE'RE ON THIRD IN THE STATE IN TERMS OF THE NUMBER OF COVID TESTS ADMINISTERED EVEN THOUGH WE'RE NOT THIRD IN THE STATE IN POPULATION.

AS YOU CAN SEE ON THE NEXT SLIDE.

>> IF WE CAN ADVANCE TO THE NEXT FRAME, PLEASE.

I'M PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE ARE ONE OF THE LEADERS IN THE STATE WHO RECEIVED A VACCINE.

21344 RESIDENTS AS OF YESTERDAY.

TRAILING BEHIND FAIRFAX COUNTY.

SO YOU CAN SEE WHERE THE DISTRIBUTION LIES WITH SOME OF THE OTHER JURISDICTIONS IN THE COMMONWEALTH.

NEXT SLIDE.

AND THE IMPORTANCE OF THE VACCINATION PROCESS CANNOT BE OVERSTATED WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT THE TRENDS THAT WE'RE SEEING ACROSS THE COMMONWEALTH.

THIS IS THE RATE OF HOSPITALIZATION PATIENTS WITH COVID-19 THE REPRESENTS THE INCREASE NEW HOSPITALIZATIONS SINCE THE START OF THE PANDEMIC BUT THE RISE WE HAVE SEEN SINCE NOVEMBER THOSE REPRESENT THE NUMBER OF PATIENTS AND HOSPITALS IN THE ICU AND ON VENTILATORS.

WE HAVE EVEN AN INCREASE AND HOSPITALIZATIONS BUT WE SEE THE SAME TYPE OF TRENDS HERE IN THE HENRICO COUNTY.

CAN YOU SEE SOME OF THE METRICS WE REPORT TO YOU FOR HENRICO COMPARED TO THE COMMONWEALTH OVER THE LAST 7 DAYS WE HAVE MAINTAINED A PERCENT POSITIVITY OF 11.1% COMPARED TO 12.5% FOR THE COMMONWEALTH.

WE AVERAGED 181 NEW CASES EACH DAY FOR THE PAST WEEK AND TWO DEATHS PER DAY FOR THE PAST WEEK.

WHEN WE LOOK AT DEATHS AS A WHOLE, THE AGGREGAT IN HENRICO, 333 COVID-RELATED DEATHS ARE CONFIRMED AND SUSPECTED SINCE THE START OF THE PANDEMIC.

IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE WHERE THOSE ARE OCCURRING.

WE'LL GET TO THIS WHEN WE TALK ABOUT WHY IT IS IMPORTANT TO VACCINATE PEOPLE IN LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES.

167 DEATHS FOR RESIDENTS WHO LIVE IN LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES, NURSING HOMES, REALLY AND THEN ANOTHER 100 OCCURRING WITHIN PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN GROUP HOMES FOR ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES THAT ARE NOT AROUND THE NURSING FACILITIES.

66 DEATHS SINCE THE BEGINNING OF THE PANDEMIC AND THE REST OF THE COMMUNITY.

SO, WITH 267 OUT OF 333 DEATHS OCCURRING IN THE CARE FACILITIES, IT UNDERSCORES THE IMPORTANCE OF GETTING THE VACCINE INTO THE FACILITIES AND GETTING THOSE PATIENTS TREATED.

NEXT SLIDE.

THE GOVERNOR SENT A E-MAIL AND OFFICE TO THE ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES.

I THINK THAT IT DOES A GOOD JOB OF PROVIDING SOME KEY POINTS OF WHERE WE ARE WITH THE VACCINATION EFFORT.

I WOULD LIKE TO REVIEW THOSE BUT BEFORE WE DO THAT A LITTLE BIT OF CONTEXT.

THE PFIZER VACCINE WAS APPROVED BY THE FDA ON DECEMBER 11TH.

THE MODERNA VACCINE CAME ALONG ON DECEMBER 18TH.

SO WE'RE IN THE FIVE TO SIX-YEEK RANGE SINCE THOSE DECISIONS WERE MADE.

AND IN FIVE OR SIX WEEKS DOSES HAVE FLOWED FROM THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO THE STATES AND THERE HAS BEEN AN EFFORT TO GET THOSE VACCINES OUT INTO THE PUBLIC.

THERE HAVE BEEN CHALLENGES THAT CAME WITH THAT.

IT IS EASY TO LOSE SIGHT OF THE FACT WE'RE BARELY A MONTH INTO THAT.

HAVING SAID THAT THE NUMBER OF DOSES WE RECEIVED THIS WEEK IS A LESS THAN WE RECEIVED LAST WEEK.

105,000 NEW DOSES.

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YEAR OWE ON PACE TO MAINTAIN THAT SAME TYPE OF DISTRIBUTION INTO THE FUTURE UNLESS CHANGES ARE MADE AT THE FEDERAL LEVEL ABOUT THE NUMBER OF DOSES RELEASED TO THE STATES.

WITHIN THE COMMONWEALTH AND LOCAL HEALTH DISTRICTS, TERMED THE MOST EQUITABLE USE OF THE DOSES.

AMY AND THE TEAM AND THE DOCTOR AND OTHERS IN THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT, WE HAVE BEEN WORKING CLOSE WITH THEM TO MAKE SURE THE DISTRIBUTION EFFORTS ARE EQUITABLE IN GETTING THOSE DOSES OUT TO THE POPULATION.

WHAT MAKES THIS MORE CHALLENGING AS OF YESTERDAY EVERY HEALTH DISTRICT IN THE STATE HAS MOVED TO PHASE 1-B.

IF YOU LOOK AT EVERYBODY THAT'S IN PHASE 1-B.

EVERYONE WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO BE CONSIDERED IN PHASE 1-B IT IS 50% OF THE TOTAL POPULATION OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA.

ARE YOU LOOKING AT ESSENTIAL WORKERS, ANYONE WHO IS 65 AND OLDER.

PEOPLE WITH VARIOUS CONDITIONS AND LIVING IN THE CONGREGATE FACILITIES THAT'S 4 MILLION PEOPLE.

WE DON'T HAVE NEAR THE DOSES TO TREAT ALL OF THE PEOPLE ELIGIBLE WITHIN.

THIS IS A SOURCE OF CONCERN AND CONFUSION AMONG PEOPLE WHO HAVE FALLEN BUT THAT IS THE RATE AND MEET THE COMMAND FOR DOSES WITHIN THE PHASE UNTIL MARCH OR APRIL.

SO FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE FILLED OUT FORMS OR REGISTERED ASKING QUESTIONS OF THE BOARD, OF US.

WHY HAVEN'T I HEARD ANYTHING.

WHEN WILL I GET MY VACCINE.

AND IT COULD BE IN THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICES WORDS, WEEKS OR LONGER BEFORE THOSE APPOINTMENTS COULD BE AVAILABLE AND REGISTERED AND SUBMITTED FORMS. NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

THIS PROVIDES WHERE THEY HAVE GONE IN VIRGINIA.

SO THE NUMBER INTO THE COMMON WELT ARE ALLOCATED THEY ARE NOT NECESSARILY HAVE THEM ALL ON HAND BUT THE NUMBER OF DOSES PROVIDED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO VIRGINIA IS 1.1 MILLION OF THAT, AS OF THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS YESTERDAY, JUST UNDER 523,000 HAVE BEEN ADMINISTERED.

AND THE BAR CHART SHOWS YOU WHERE THEY HAVE OCCURRED.

THE LARGEST GROUP HAS BEEN HOSPITALS.

THAT MAKES SENSE.

HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS AND HOSPITALS IN THE FIRST PHASE 1-A THEY RECEIVED A LARGE ALLOCATION OF DOSES TO GET THE STAFF VACCINATED, FOLLOWED BY THE SECOND LARGEST SOURCE OF VACCINATIONS HAS BEEN THROUGH THE LOCAL HEALTH DISTRICTS AND THEN WITH THE LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES, MEDICAL PRACTICES.

OTHER PROVIDERS AND THE BOTTOM OF THE CHART IS PHARMACIES OF 14,000 DELIVERED.

CLEARLY THE GAP BETWEEN THE DOSES THAT HAVE BEEN DISTRIBUTED AND THE DOSES ADMINISTERED, THAT IS THE ISSUE THAT WE'RE ALL FOCUSING ON AND HOW CAN WE GET THE VACCINES OFF THE SHELVES, OUT OF FREEZERS AND INTO THE PATIENT'S ARMS. NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

AND THE FINAL CHART I HAVE FOR YOU, THERE IS A CONCERTED EFFORT TO MAKE SURE THE DISTRIBUTION OF VACCINE IS EQUITABLE AND THIS SHOWS THE VACCINATION BY AGE GROUP, BY RACE AND ETHNICITY T IS IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER THIS CLUES THE LARGE FIRST ALLOCATION OF VACCINE TO THE HOSPITALS AND TO HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS AND THIS ALLOCATION DOES NOT LOOK LIKE THE GENERAL POPULATION OR THE AGE GROUP IN TERMS OF HIGHER RISK FOR PEOPLE OVER 65, IT IS BECAUSE MANY HAVE BEEN GIVEN SO FAR WERE TARGETED TO THOSE WORKERS.

SO THAT IS KIND OF A SNAPSHOT WHERE WE ARE WITH THE VACCINATION EFFORTS.

AND MR. CHAIRMAN, IF YOU INDULGE I WILL TURN IT OVER TO AMY.

IF SHE HASANYTHING TO ADD.

>> THANK YOU.

ANY QUESTIONS FOR TONY BEFORE HE TURNS IT OVER?

>> YES.

I HAVE ONE.

>> AND REFERRING TO THE SHOT UP HERE AND THIS WAS IN THE PAPER RECENTLY ABOUT AS I LOOK THEY PERCENTAGE OF VACCINE GIVEN TO PEOPLE OF COLOR AND OTHER ETHNIC GROUPS WHICH IS CONCERNING.

I JUST WANT TO ASK YOU ARE WE DOING THE BEST WE CAN SO THAT THIS DISCREPANCY WILL NOT OCCUR THAT MUCH IN THE FUTURE?

>> MR. THORNTON, WHAT I CAN TELL YOU OUR EFFORTS AT THE RICHMOND RACE WAY, WE'RE FOCUSED ON GROUPS, TEACHERS, LAW ENFORCEMENT AND AS WE GET THOSE PEOPLE VACCINATED,

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THE NEXT GROUP FOR SUS GOING TO INCLUDE THE GENERAL PUBLIC, THAT'S WHERE WE HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO REACH OUT TO ALL OF THE MEMBERS OF OUR COMMUNITY AND THE PEOPLE IN THE HIGHEST RISK GROUPS AND GIVE THEM THE OPPORTUNITY TO GET VACCINATED.

THE ISSUE IS NEAR AND DEAR TO AMY AND THE TEAM.

AMY CAN EXPAND ON THEIR EFFORTS TO REACH THOSE POPULATIONS AS WELL.

>> THANK YOU, TONY.

>> THANK YOU, MR. CHAIR.

TONY, AT THE RATE WE'RE AT, WE'RE IN 1-B, CORRECT? , YES, SIR, THAT'S CORRECT.

>> THE RATE WE'RE AT WITH DISTRIBUTION AND WHAT WE'RE GETTING, WHAT KIND OF TIME LINE DO YOU SEE COMPLETING 1-B?

>> AT THE CURRENT RATE THE STATES RECEIVED THE VACCINE AND DISTRIBUTING IT TO THE LOCAL HEALTH DISTRICT TO THE HEALTH DISTRICTS WE'RE LOOKING AT MARCH OR APRIL BEFORE WE CAN FINISH 1-B.

>> I WANT TO FIRST COMMEND YOU IT IS FIRE LESS LONG NIGHTS AND WEEKENDS.

NOW DURING THIS IT IS GOING TO BE THE SAME I KNOW THE BOARD IS WAITING AND WE'LL CONTINUE WAITING TO MAKE SURE OUR CITIZENS ARE GETTING THEIR SHOTS AND -- AND WHEN THAT IS DONE, I IT WILL BE OUR TURN.

SO KEEP DOING WHAT YOU'RE DOING IF YOU CAN GET IT DONE FASTER TO THE CITIZENS, PLEASE DO.

THIS BOARD WILL PATIENTLY WAIT FOR OUR TURN AS WELL.

>> THANK YOU MR. BRANIN.

>> I WANT TO DITTO WHAT MR. BRANIN SAID.

I KNOW THAT I -- OUR STAFF IS WORKING, I KNOW THE DOCTOR IS DOING TRIPLE DUTY NOW, DOUBLE BETWEEN HEALTH DISTRICTS HENRICO AND IN THE FACE OF THE VACCINE ACROSS THE STATE.

SO WE JUST WANT TO CONTINUE TO ENCOURAGE THE STAFF IN THEIR WORK BUT I WANT TO SHOUT OUT OUR TEAM FOR DOING WHATEVER THEY CAN TO CONTINUE TO AT LOCATE AND AND LETTING THE GOVERNOR KNOW THAT IN ANY SITUATION THAT HENRICO HEALTH DISTRICT AND THOSE PARTNERS AT THE RACEWAY, EVERYONE IS PAYING ATTENTION.

GIVE US THE VACCINE.

GIVE US AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE AND WE'LL SHOW YOU THAT WE CAN -- WE CAN GETS A MANY SHOTS IN ARMS AS POSSIBLE.

I KNOW WE'RE CHOMPING AT THE BIT WAITING FOR -- WAITING FOR THE VACCINES TO SHOW UP IN MASS QUANTITY AND ONCE IT DOES, HENRICO WILL DO WHAT THEY CAN TO GETS A MANY PEOPLE VACCINATED.

IF ANYONE FROM THE STATE WAS PAYING ATTENTION.

>> THANK YOU, MR. NELSON.

MR. BANIN? MISS O'BANNON?

>> I WAS WONDERING IN THE FUTURE WILL MORE PHYSICIANS BE ABLE TO GIVE THE SHOTS, FAMILY PRACTICE DOCTORS, FOR INSTANCE AND WILL MORE BE AVAILABLE AT THE LOCAL DRUG DRUGSTORES.

I KNOW THE PEOPLE GOING TO THE DRUGSTORES TO GET THEIR SHOTS, WILL THAT BE INCREASING AS TIME GOES ON?

>> THAT'S MORE OF A QUESTION FOR AMY.

CAN YOU TAKE THAT ONE?

>> I WOULD BE HAPPY TO, THANK YOU.

YES, CURRENTLY, BECAUSE OF THE LOW VOLUME OF VACCINE OUR MAIN STRATEGY FOR GETTING VACCINES IN ARMS IS A LARGE EVENT BUT WE ALREADY HAVE A GROUP THAT WAS 15 PRACTICES, URGENT CARE, SPECIALTY CARE AND PRIMARY THAT ARE ALREADY TO, QUOTE, CHOMPING AT THE BIT AND READY TO GO.

WE'LL CONTINUE WHILE WE WAIT TO GROW THAT GROUP MAKING SURE THEY ARE TRAINED AND READY TO GO WHEN THEY ARE READY AND WHEN THE VACCINE IS READY.

>> SOME PHYSICIANS PURCHASED THE EQUIPMENT TO KEEP THE VACCINES COLD, VERY COLD.

THANK YOU.

>> KID DID YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO ADD BEFORE WE MOVE ON?

>> JUST A FEW THINGS I WANTED TO REITERATE THE INTEREST FORM THAT'S ON OUR HENRICO HEALTH DISTRICT WEB SITE IS THE BEST WAY THAT WE HAVE STARTED USING THAT FORM

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TO CALL AND MAKE APPOINTMENTS.

TECHNICALLY I WANTED TO HENRICO HEALTH DISTRICT.

WE'RE WORKING OFF 1-B WHICH ARE POLICE, FIRE, SCHOOL K-12, CHILD CARE.

AND THOSE WHO ARE IN FACILITIES AND HOMELESS SHELTERS AND THOSE 65 AND OLDER.

I WANTED TO CLARIFY THAT'S THE GROUP OF 1-B.

WE HAVE NOT OPENED IT UP TO THE REST OF 1-B BECAUSE OF THE LOW VACCINES.

>> AMY THAT'S A GOOD POINT.

THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO COMPLETED THAT INTEREST FORM.

IF I HEARD IT IS THE NUMBER IN THE 60, 70,000 NUMBER?

>> THAT'S CORRECT.

>> THEY WILL BE BEGIN TO BE PROCESSED SOON.

THEY SUBMITTED IT BUT THEY WOULD NOT EXPECT TO HEAR BACK UNTIL THE APPOINTMENT TIME IS READY THEN THEY GET AN E-MAIL COMMUNICATION ON WHAT TO DO?

>> THAT IS CORRECT, YES, TO CLARIFY FOR THE BOARD.

THE WAY WE'RE LOOKING AT THE FORMS IS WHERE YOU CAN GET DOING IT BY RISK LEVEL SO WE'RE NOT JUST ONLY DOING FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BUT TAKING AN EQUITABLE APPROACH AND GETTING TO THAT.

>> THAT'S THE NEXT QUESTION.

PEOPLE THAT HAVE COMPLETED THE 1-B INTEREST FORM.

THEY HAVE STARTED TO BE CONTACTED?

>> YES.

>> WE DO HAVE A LOT TO GO THROUGH.

WE NEED PEOPLE TO BE PATIENT.

, ANY OTHER QUESTIONS OR AMY.

>> THANK YOU VERY MUCH, GUYS.

>> YOU HAVE BEEN WORKING THE TEAM HAS.

WE WATCHED THEM DO IT.

IT RINGS TRUE.

WE'RE PREPARED AND TONY THE STAT BEING SECOND IN THE COMMONWEALTH IN THE VACCINATIONS ON BEHALF OF THE PUBLIC AND THE PEOPLE WE SERVE.

WE WOULD LIKE TO BE ONE.

WE'RE READY AND PREPARED TO DO SO AND TO MR. NELSON'S POINT.

WE CAN PROVE THAT WE CAN GET A TON OF PEOPLE VACCINATED.

THANK YOU PORE THE WORK THAT YOU ARE DOING MR. MANAGER ANY MORE COMMENTS? , ANY FROM MY COLLEAGUES ON THE BOARD?

>> I HAVE A COMMENT.

I WILL TAKE OFF MY MASK.

[5. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ COMMENTS ]

THIS THURSDAY AND JANUARY 28TH AT 1:00 ONLINE ON YOUTUBE IF YOU GO TO HENRICO COUNTY TUCKAHOE.

THERE IS A MEETING ABOUT HOW CAN HELP YOU GET A JOB.

IT IS A NEW YEAR AND THERE ARE A LOT OF PEOPLE THERE ARE 7000 JOBS POSTED AND AVAILABLE.

1987 DIFFERENT EMPLOYERS AND THE REGION IS LOOKING FOR IS LOOKING FOR PEOPLE TO WORK AND THERE ARE MORE JOBS IN THE LARGER REGION AND SO THIS IS A IT IS A MEETING TO HELP THOSE UNDERSTAND HOW YOU GET YOUR APPLICATIONS IN.

HOW YOU COULD SPIFF UP YOUR RESUME OR HOW YOU GET HELP WITH TRAINING AND ARE YOU A LITTLE RUSTY AND PARTS OF THE JOB AND YOU DON'T HAVE ALL THE SKILLS NEEDED FOR THE JOBS AVAILABLE AND WORKING WITH US IN THE TOWN MEETING WILL BE BRIAN DAVIES THE DIRECTOR OF THE CAPITAL REGION PARTNERSHIP.

AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT OF THE COMMUNITY WORKFORCE TO GO TO A COLLEGE AND GET MORE TRAINING AND THE HENRICO COUNTY ITSELF.

WE HAVE JOBS AVAILABLE AND WE WILL TALK ABOUT THAT PASS THIS ON THE 28TH.

THIS THURSDAY AT 1:00 AND GO TO YOUTUBE AND COMPANY FOR HENRICO COUNTY GOVERNMENT TUCKAHOE TOWN MEETING.

>> THANK YOU, MA'AM.

>> MR. NELSON.

>> MR. CHAIR, FELLOW COLLEAGUES.

I HAD A QUESTION.

CHIEF, IF YOU DON'T MIND.

I HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT REALLY JUST SOMETHING THAT IF YOU CAN INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC.

YOU ARE PUTTING TOGETHER INFORMATION THAT YOU SHARE FOR THE WORK SESSION AND OUR

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CITIZENS WILL APPRECIATE.

AND WE GET THIS FRONTALLY REPORT AND THE DEFENSES AND I HAD TWO QUESTIONS.

IT LOOKS LIKE AN EVERY DISTRICT IN DECEMBER THE CRIME WAS DOWN BEFORE IT WAS UP A LITTLE BIT.

HAS CRIME -- HAVE YOU SEEN A TREND OF LESS CRIME GOING COVID? THEN THE SECOND QUESTION IS, LARCENY.

CAN YOU SHARE BECAUSE LARCENY IS THE MOST -- IS THE HIGHEST COMMITTED OFFENSE IN HENRICO COUNTY ACROSS THE BOARD EVERY DISTRICT ALMOST.

WHAT TIPS COULD YOU SHARE.

ONE IS LOOKING YOUR CAR.

WHAT OTHER TIPS.

AND WHETHER IT WAS A TREND OR NOT.

I WILL SAY THE START OF COVID THAT YOU KNOW AND THERE WAS A STEP IN TERMS OF THE ACTION WITH THEPUBLIC.

THAT WAS A IN TERMS OF THAT AND MAKING THOSE STOPS BEING AS INTERACTIVE AS WE ARE ACCUSTOMED TO BEING.

WE SAW THERE NOT AS MANY AS WE RECORD BECAUSE OF OUR, I WILL NOT SAY LACK OF ACTIVITY WE HAD SOME -- A PERIOD OF TIME WE WERE NOT AS STIN GENT AS NORMAL.

WE HAVE SEEN THE LARCENY CATEGORY WAS LARGE.

YOU RECOGNIZED THE LARCENY THAT WAS COVID.

THAT PLAYED A ROLE INTO IT AS WELL.

IT IS INCREASING.

LARCENY IS -- OKAY.

IT IS A SEPARATE CATEGORY 6789.

>> IT IS.

>> UNLOOKING THE CAR IS NOT UNDER NARESNY.

>> AND IT IS UNDER LARCENY.

WE GO OUT OF VEHICLES AND THEY TAKE AN ITEM OUT ALL OF THOSE THEY ARE STEALING A BIKE.

ALL OF THOSE THINGS GO INTO THE LARCENY CATEGORY.

WHAT DO YOU TELL IT MAY BE SOMEONE HERE NOT PAYING ATTENTION.

I HAVE BEEN I WAS CARELESS AND LEFT MY KEYS IN THE CAR ONE NIGHT.

THEY WERE SCARED.

THAT'S MY FAULT IT HAPPENED TO ME.

WHAT ARE THE THINGS THAT A CITIZEN CAN GO TO PREVENT THESE FROM HAPPENING.

>> YOU GO BACK TO THE LARCENY.

ONE OF THE THINGS WE SEE IS THAT PEOPLE LEAVE STUFF IN PLAIN VIEW.

ON THE FRONT SEAT.

THAT'S AN ENTICING ITEM.

WE ARE SEEING PREPARES -- WEAPONS BEING TAKEN AND FIREARMS IN THE VEHICLE.

-- VEHICLE T IS UNDER THE SEAT.

THAT DOES NOT WORK.

WE HAVE SEEN A LOT OF THOSE TAKING PLACE.

I WILL SAY THE VULNERABLE STUFF.

TAKE THOSE INSIDE.

AND GOING IN AND THEY DON'T SEE ANYTHING OF VALUE.

AND WE ARE SEEING PEOPLE THAT THEY MAY HAVE THE NEXT THING YOU KNOW AN ITEM IS MISSING OUT OF THE LOCATION.

KNOWING THE PEOPLE COMING IN MAKING SURE THEY ARE ABOVE BOARD SO THINK DON'T WALK OFF WITH THE ITEMS.

>> SIR.

>> ANY OTHER COMMENTS?

>> I HAVE JUST ONE COMMENTED.

YET WAS A WONDERFUL DAY FOR OUR FORMER CHAIR.

MR. BRANIN, HAPPY BIRTHDAY.

>> HOPEFULLY THERE ARE SIX HERE AND THERE ARE FIVE OF US HOPEFULLY EVERYONE WILL TAKE ONE BECAUSE I HAVE BEEN ON A DIET FOR A WHILE.

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THIS IS NOT A GOOD THING.

>> THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

>> TRYING TO FATTEN ME UP.

THANK YOU, MR. CHAIR.

THANK YOU.

I WOULD RECOGNIZE THE NEWS MEDIA.

[6. RECOGNITION OF NEWS MEDIA ]

I DON'T SEE ANYONE IN HERE IF YOU ARE TUNED IN REMOTELY WE HAVE COVERED.

WE HAVE A FULL AGENDA FOR THOSE WHO ARE HERE WITH THE NEWS MEDIA.

THANK YOU FORTUNING IN.

SOMETHING THAT YOU CAN PICK OUT OF OUR EARLIER PRESENTATION ON COVID, THE COUNTY IS PREPARED TO LEAD, WE'RE PREPARED TO GET OUR FOLKS VACCINATED.

I HOPE THAT WAS CLOUD AND CLEAR.

>> MR. CHAIRMAN I WANT TO KNOW THE CHAIR HAS A BIRTHDAY FEBRUARY 5TH.

HAPPY EARLY BIRTHDAY, MR. CHAIR.

>> THANK YOU.

>>> AND WE HAVE ONE RESIGNATION THAT IS 24-21 THAT'S THE RESOLUTION FOR

[7. RESIGNATION ]

[7a. 24-21 Resolution - Resignation of Member - Historic Preservation Advisory Committee. ]

RESIGNATION OF A MEMBER FROM THE HISTORIC PRESERVATION THAT WOULD ACCEPT THE JENNIFER THOMAS FROM THAT COMMITTEE AS THE VARINA DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE.

>> SO MOVED.

>> A MOTION BY NELSON.

SECOND BY O'BANNON.

IN FAVOR SAY AYE.

RESOLUTION CARRIES.

>>> THE MEMBERS OF THE BOARD THE FIRST TWO ITEMS ON THE REZONING THEY ARE COMPANION.

[8. PUBLIC HEARINGS – REZONING CASES AND PROVISIONAL USE PERMIT ]

2521 AND 2621 IS A REZONING REQUEST ON 2521 FROM HH HUNT TO REZONE FROM A-1

[8a. 25-21 REZ2020- 00043 Fairfield HHHunt: Request to conditionally rezone from A-1 Agricultural District and R-5AC General Residence District (Conditional) to R-5AC General Residence District (Conditional) and RTHC Residential Townhouse District (Conditional) Parcels 779-774-2612 and 779-774-4438 and part of Parcels 780-772-3392, 781-773-2686, 779-772-5161, 779-773-9041, and 779-774-9533 containing 35.52 acres located at the terminus of Porter Park Lane. The applicant proposes detached dwellings for sale with zero lot lines and townhome units. The R-5AC District allows an overall maximum density of 6 units per acre. The RTHC District allows a maximum density of 9 units per acre. The uses will be controlled by zoning ordinance regulations and proffered conditions. The 2026 Comprehensive Plan recommends Suburban Residential 1, density should not exceed 2.4 units per acre, and Environmental Protection Area. The Planning Commission voted to recommend the Board of Supervisors grant the request. ]

[8b. 26-21 PUP2020- 00023 Fairfield HHHunt: Request for a Provisional Use Permit under Sections 24-13.4(c), 24-120 and 24-122.1 of Chapter 24 of the County Code to allow adjustable side setbacks for lots within the R-5AC General Residence District (Conditional) on Parcels 779-774-4438, 779-774-2612, 779-772-5161 located at the terminus of Porter Park Lane. The existing zoning is A-1 Agricultural District. The R-5AC zoning district is proposed for the A-1 district with REZ2020-00043. The R-5A District allows an overall maximum density of 6 units per acre. The 2026 Comprehensive Plan recommends Suburban Residential 1, density should not exceed 2.4 units per acre and Environmental Protection Area. The Planning Commission voted to recommend the Board of Supervisors grant the request. ]

AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT ARE 5 AC GENERAL RESIDENCE DISTRICT.

AND GENERAL RESIDENCE TO ARE-5 RESIDENTS AND RTHC RESIDENTIAL TOWN HOUSE DISTRICT A NUMBER OF PARCELS THAT CONTAIN OVER 35 ACRES LOCATED AT THE TERMINOUS OF THE APPLICANT DETACHED DWELLINGS FOR SALE.

THESE ARE ZERO LOT LINES AND TOWNHOME UNITS.

2621 IS A COMPANION REQUEST FOR PROVISIONAL USE PERMIT.

AND MR. AMERSON WILL HANDLE THE CASES I'LL INTRODUCE THEM AS HE GOES ALONG.

>> THANK YOU, THE MANAGER MENTIONED THIS REVIEWS TWO REQUESTS SEPARATE MOTIONS WILL BE REQUIRED FOR EACH CASE.

THE FIRST IS TO ADD PROPERTY TO THE RIVER MILL DEVELOPMENT INTO ADJUST ZONING WITHIN THE DEVELOPMENT.

THE PROPOSED REVISION DOES NOT CHANGE THE INTENT OF THE ZONING CASE AND THE UNIT COUNT IS THE SAME AT 750.

NO NEW UNITS ARE PROPOSED.

THE USE PERMIT REQUEST IS TO ADJUST THE SIDE YARD SET BACKS AND THE R-5 A PORTIONS OF THE DEVELOPMENT ALLOWED BY 2413.4 C OF THE ZONING CODE AND APPROVED FOR RIVER MILL.

THE RIVER MILL DEVELOPMENT WAS ZONED TO R 5 AC AND RTHC AND PUP 20180019 PROVIDED FOR THE ADJUSTMENT OF SIDE YARD SET BACKS IN THE PORTION OF THE DEVELOPMENT.

AND THE ACTIONS REQUESTED ARE CONSISTENT WITH THE ORIGINAL APPROVALS.

THE AREA AFFECTED BY THE LINE ADJUSTMENT IS INTERNAL TO THE OVERALL DEVELOPMENT AND WILL ADD A SECTION OF TOWN HOUSE DEVELOPMENT WEST OF THE AREA CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION.

THE ZONING IS BETWEEN THE EXISTING R 5 AC PORTIONS OF THE DEVELOPMENT.

THIS IS MADE TO THE ADDITION OF LAND THE AREA PROPOSED FOR R 5 AC IS COMPRISED OF PARCELS BETWEEN THE EXISTING BOUNDARY TO THE EAST AND THE RIVER IN HANOVER COUNTY TO THE WEST.

ADDITIONAL SMALLER PROPERTY TO THE SOUTH OF THE EXISTING BOUNDARY IS PROPOSED TO BECOME PART OF THE R 5 AC SECTION.

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THE COMPANION CASE PUP 20200023 WOULD ALLOW THE SIDE YARD ADJUSTMENTS IN THE R 5 AC.

AND THEY ARE PROVIDING -- PROVIDING PROVES WITH CASES 20160002 AND REZ 00017 WILL APPLY TO THE REQUEST.

ONE EXCLUSION IS PROPOSED AND THAT PERTAINS TO THE UNIT COUNTS.

THE ORIGINAL PROFFERS PROVIDE THE DEVELOPMENT WILL CONTAIN NO MORE THAN 1035 TOTAL RESIDENTIAL UNITS.

THAT TOTAL IS COMPRISED OF 285 APARTMENTS, 50 R 3 SINGLE FAMILY LOTS.

400 ARE A 0 LOT LINE UNITS AND 300 TOWNHOMES.

THIS DOES NOT CHANGE THE OVERALL NUMBER OF ALLOWED UNITS BUT WOULD SHIFT 50 UNITS FROM R 5 A TO RTH MAKING THEM BALANCED EIGHT 350 UNITS EACH.

THE TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS REMAIN AT THE ORIGINALLY APPROVED 1035 TOTAL.

THE PROPERTY IS RECOMMENDED FOR SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL ONE AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AREA IN THE 2026 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN.

THE PROPOSAL IS CONSISTENT WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF -- PATTERN OF DEVELOPMENT BY THE ORIGINAL ZONING ACTIONS.

STAFF SUPPORTS THE REQUESTS AND THE COMMISSION AT DECEMBER 10TH MEETING RECOMMENDED APPROVAL TO THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.

AGAIN TWO MOTIONS ARE REQUIRED.

IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS I WILL BE HAPPY TO ANSWER THEM.

>> THANK YOU.

ANY QUESTIONS? THIS IS A PUBLIC HEARING.

BEFORE WE GET INTO PUBLIC COMMENTS I WANT TO REMIND PEOPLE TUNED IN FOR THE PUBLIC HEARING AND COMMENT SECTION, ANY SPEAKER THAT WISHES TO ADDRESS THE BOARD OR ASK QUESTIONS THAT IS HERE WILL DO SO FROM THE ELECTION TURN IN THE BACK OF THE ROAMED AND WATCHING ONLINE, AGAIN, CAN YOU COMMENT REMOTELY GO TO HENRICO AND GO TO GUIDANCE FOR THE BOARD OF SUPERVISOR'S MEETING AND GO TO WEBEX -- WEB EX EVENT.

ANYONE WISHING -- WISHING TO SPEAK?

>> NO ONE.

>> NISH IN THE ROOM WISHING TO SPEAK? SEEING NONE.

>> MR. CHAIRMAN I MOVE THAT WE FOLLOW THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION AND APPROVE REZ 2020-0043.

HH HUNT WITH THE DATED OCTOBER 15TH, 2020.

>> SECOND.

>> A MOTION MADE BY MR. THORNTON AND SECONDED BY MR. BRANIN.

THOSE IN FAVOR SAY AYE.

>> AYE.

>> THE REZONING CASE CARRIES.

MR. EMERSON ANY NOTES READY TO MOVE INTO THAT ONE?

>> NO, SIR, THOSE WERE CONTAINED IN THE COMMENTS IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS I WILL ANSWER THEM BUT OTHERWISE ARE YOU READY FOR A MOTION.

>> THANK YOU, SIR.

>> ANY QUESTIONS ON THE PUP?

>> ANYBODY ONLINE THAT WISHES TO SPEAK IN OPPOSITION TO THE PROVISIONAL USE PERMIT?

>> THERE IS NO ONE ON WEBEX.

ANYONE IN THE ROOM?

>> I MOVE THAT WE FOLLOW THE RECOMMENDATION FOR THE PLANNING COMMISSIONER AND APPROVE PUP 2020-00023.

HH HUNT WITH THE CONDITIONS LISTED IN THE STAFF REPORT.

>> SECOND.

>> THE MOTION THORNTON, SECONDED BY NELSON.

SAY AYE.

>> IT CARRIES.

>> NEXT ON THE IS THE 27-21 THIS IS BAKER PROPERTIES LIMITED PIP WITH A REQUEST

[8c. 27-21 REZ2020- 00042 Brookland Baker-Properties Limited Partnership: Request to amend proffers accepted with Rezoning case C-42C-90 on Parcels 769-757-9710 and 769-757-8802 and part of Parcels 770-757-1644, 770-757-2519 located on the east line of Old Staples Mill Road, approximately 645’ north of its intersection with Staples Mill Road (U.S. Route 33). The applicant proposes to amend Proffer #5 related to building height. The existing zoning is M-1C Light Industrial District (Conditional). The 2026 Comprehensive Plan recommends Light Industry. The Planning Commission voted to recommend the Board of Supervisors grant the request. ]

TO AMOUNT PROFFERS WITH A PREVIOUS REZONING DAYS.

THE APPLICANT TO AND PROFFER 5 WHICH IS RELATED TO BUILDING HEIGHT AND NOTED THIS IS A CASE IN THE BROOKLYN DISTRICT.

MR. EMERSON.

>> THANK YOU MR. MANAGER AND CHAIRMAN AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD.

BEFORE YOU IS A REQUEST TO AND PROVE IRS ACCEPTED WITH REZONING CASE C 42 C 90.

THE SITE IS ON OLD STAPLE MILLS ROAD.

THE 2.978-ACRE SITE WAS REZONED FROM R 3 DISTRICT TO M 1 C LIGHT INDUSTRIAL IN 1990 WITH REZONING CASE C 42 C 90.

IT HAS REMAINED VACANT SINCE THAT TIME.

THE ADJACENT PROPERTY IS ZONED B 1 AND M-2 AND DEVELOPED WITH A CURRENTLY VACANT BUILDING.

THE STORAGE FACILITY IS LOCATED TO THE SOUTH.

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TWO SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCES ZONED R 3 ARE LOCATED ACROSS OLD STAPLES MILL ROAD TO THE WEST.

PROPERTIES TO THE EAST ARE ZONED M-2 AND M-1.

THE APPLICANT IS PROPOSING TO REMOVE PROFFER NUMBER 5 WHICH LIMITS BUILDING HEIGHT TO 35 FEET.

AS A NOTE, ALLOWABLE HEIGHT IN THE M-1 FOR THE CODE IS 45 FEET AND IS 45 FEET.

THEY ARE ADDING ADDITIONAL NEW PROFFERS WHICH PROHIBIT LOADING DOCKS AND ADD DETAILS ON THE BUILDING FACAD FACING OLD STAPLES MILL ROAD AND PROHIBITION OF SEVERAL USES.

THAT'S JUST PROHIBITING LOADING DOCKS ON THE FA SAID FACING STAPLES MILL ROAD.

ALL PROFFERS ARE UNALTERED.

THE APPLICANT PROPOSES A 70,000 SQUARE FOOT WAREHOUSE WITH ENTRANCES ON THE WEST AND EAST AND LOADING DOCKS THE SOUTHERN FACING.

THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN RECOMMENDS LIGHT INDUSTRY FOR THE SUBJECT SITE, THE PROPOSED USES CONSISTENT WITH THE CURRENT ZONING DESIG FACILITY AND PROFFER AMENDMENT WOULD NOT ALTER THE INTENDED USE OF THE SITE.

STAFF SUPPORTS THE REQUEST AND THE PLANNING COMMISSION AFTER DECEMBER 10TH 2020 PUBLIC HEARING RECOMMENDED APPROVAL TO THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.

IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS I WILL TRY TO ANSWER THEM.

>> ANY QUESTIONS?

>> THIS IS A PUBLIC HEARING.

ANYBODY IN THE ROOM THAT WISHES TO SPEAK IN OPPOSITION TO THE CASE? ANYBODY ON WEBEX?

>> THERE IS NO ONE ON WEBEX.

>> THANK YOU.

ARE YOU HERE.

IF YOU HEAD TO THE MIC WE SPOKE ABOUT THIS.

I WANT TO THANK YOU.

AND JOE, WE TALKED ABOUT IT.

THE CASE TO BE CLEAR IS STANDARD HEIGHT FOR M-1 IS 45, CORRECT.

1990 A CASE THAT THE PROFFER WAS PUT ON RESTRICT TO 35 FEET AND RETURNS IT TO THE EXISTING REGULATION?

>> THAT'S CORRECT.

>> WE TALKED ABOUT YOUR CLIENT WHEN THEY MOVED FORWARD THEY HAVE TO COME BACK DURING AND TALK ABOUT ROAD IMPROVEMENTS.

I THINK, WHAT WE DISCUSSED I MADE THE POINT THAT, YOU KNOW I'M CONCERNED ABOUT THE TRUCK TRAFFIC.

I ARE YOU CLEAR TO PEOPLE PAYING ATTENTION TO THE CASE THE USE FOR THE PROPERTY IS PERMITTED.

AND I'M JUST CONCERNED ABOUT THE TRUCK TRAFFIC.

WHEN THEY COME BACK, IF THEY CAN TAKE SOME PERFECT FOCUS ON ROAD IMPROVEMENTS IN FRONT OF THE PROPERTY AND ADDRESS THE TRAFFIC COMING IN AND OUT OF THAT.

>> WE HAVE SUBMITTED OUR FOR THE STAFF AND RECEIVED COMMENTS TO TALK ABOUT EXPANDING FROM THE CENTER LINE ON OUR SIDE OF THE ROAD AS WELL AS DOING THE IMPROVEMENTS ALONG THE PROPERTY LINE.

NOT INSIGNIFICANT OF STAPLES MILL ROAD.

SO, WE RECEIVED THE COMMENTS.

THAT'S PART OF THE POD PLANS.

WHEN THIS IS GETS APPROVED WE GO THROUGH THE PROCESS AND FINISH THAT FOR THE ROAD IMPROVEMENT AS PART OF THE PROPERTY; THANK YOU.

>> WHILE WE ARE ON THIS.

MR. EMERSON, IF WE COULD JUST PROCESS IN OUR HEAD WAS THE TRUCK TRAFFIC WOULD LOOK LIKE AS IT COMES OUT THEREOF AND THE INTERSECTION OF STAPLES MILLS ROAD AND OLD STAPLES MILL.

IF THERE IS AN ABILITY FOR US TO LOOK AT HOW THAT WOULD OPERATE.

TO ME, THAT DOESN'T SEEM LIKE IT IS PERFECTLY SET UP FOR TRUCK TRAFFIC RIGHT NOW AND THAT THE CORNER WHERE IT HIT STAPLES MILL WHAT WE NEED THERE.

>> YES, SIR.

>> IT MOVES THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT WE'LL WORK AND SEE WHAT WE CAN ACCOMPLISH THERE.

>> THANK YOU.

ANY OTHER QUESTIONS?

>> MAKE A MOTION?

>> IF THERE ARE NO OTHER I WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A MOTION IF I MAY.

I WOULD LIKE TO MOVE WE FOLLOW THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE COMMISSION AND APPROVE REZ 27-21 202-00-0042 BAKER PROPERTIES AND WITH THOSE DATED DECEMBER 28TH.

2020.

>> SECOND.

>> A MOTION BY MR. BRANIN.

A SECOND BY MISS O'BANNON.

IN FAVOR.

SAY AYE.

IT CARRIED.

>> 28-21.

[8d. 28-21 REZ2020- 00036 Fairfield Gouldin Properties, LLC: Request to conditionally rezone from B-1 and B-3 Business Districts and R-4 One-Family Residence District to B-3C Business District (Conditional) and C-1C Conservation District (Conditional) Parcels 801-733-8844, 802-733-0431, and 801-733-9618 containing 2.06 acres located on the east line of Mechanicsville Turnpike (U.S. Route 360) approximately 615’ north of its intersection with Harvie Road. The applicant proposes business uses. The uses will be controlled by zoning ordinance regulations and proffered conditions. The 2026 Comprehensive Plan recommends Commercial Concentration. Part of the site is in the Enterprise Zone. The Planning Commission voted to recommend the Board of Supervisors grant the request. ]

BEFORE YOU IS GOULDIN PROPERTIES LLC REQUEST A CONDITIONAL REZONING FROM B-1 AND B-3.

BUSINESS DISTRICTS AND R-1 ONE FAMILY RESIDENCE TO B 3 C BUSINESS DISTRICT AND C 1 C CONSERVATION DISTRICT CONDITIONAL.

[00:45:03]

SEVERAL PARCELS JUST OVER TWO ACRES ON THE EAST LINE OF MECHANICSVILLE TURNPIKE AND 1615 FEET NORTH OF THE TERM TERMINUS WITH HARVIE ROAD.

IT IS PROPOSALLING BUSINESS USE.

THIS IS A IN THE FAIRFIELD DISTRICT.

>> MEMBERS OF THE BOARD.

THIS IS A REQUEST TO REZONE 2.06-ACRES FROM B 3 BUSINESS DISTRICT.

B-1 AND R 4 SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCE TO B 3 C BUSINESS DISTRICT AND C 1 C CONSERVATION T IS ON MECHANICSVILLE TURNPIKE NORTH OF THE INTERSECTION WITH HARVIE ROAD.

TO THE NORTH OF THE PROPERTY IS A VETERINARY HOSPITAL.

TO THE SOUTH AND EAST ARE SINGLE FAMILY PROPERTIES.

A STRIP CENTER IS LOCATED TO THE SOUTH ALONG THE TURNPIKE.

AND WITH THIS REQUEST, THE APPLICANT IS PROPOSALLING TO REZONE THE SUBJECT SITE TO ALLOW FOR GENERAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT.

THE APPLICANT INDICATED THEY DO NOT HAVE AN END USER IN MIND FOR THE PROPERTY BUT BELIEVE A SINGLE ZONING CATEGORY FOR THE PROPERTY WOULD MAKE IT MORE MARKETABLE.

THE APPLICANT SUBMITTED REVISED PROFFERS WHICH YOU HAVE RECEIVED THIS EVENING DATED 1-22-21.

THE PROFFERS DIFFER FROM THOSE IN THE REPORT AND THAT THEY ADDRESS SOME PERFECT USE ISSUES BINGO HALLS, VIDEO GAME AND SIMILAR USES.

THEY OCCURRED IN PROFFER 4.

THE PROFFERS ADDRESS THE EXTERIOR BUILDING MATERIALS AND LIGHTING PROHIBITED USES AND HOURS OF OPERATION OUTSIDE OF SPEAKERS SCREENING AND OUTSIDE STORAGE AND HOURS OF CONSTRUCTION.

BUFFERS AND DEDICATION OF FRONTAGE AND MECHANICSVILLE TURNPIKE FOR FUTURE CONSTRUCTION.

THE APPLICANT IN THE ADJACENT PROPERTY OWNER HAVE ENTERED INTO A SHARED DRIVEWAY AGREEMENT WHICH ADDRESSES CONCERNS RAISED BY WOODS PROPERTIES AT THE PLANNING COMMISSION HEARING.

THE SITE IS LOCATED WITHIN THE ENTERPRISE ZONE IN AN ESTABLISHED CORRIDOR AND IS ALREADY PARTIALLY ZONED FOR BUSINESS USE.

THE PROFFERED CONDITIONS PROVIDE ASSURANCE, FUTURE DEVELOPMENT WILL BE COMPATIBLE WITH THE AREA AND USES.

STAFF SUPPORTS THE REQUEST AND THE PLANNING COMMISSION AT THEIR DECEMBER 10TH PUBLIC HEARING RECOMMENDED APPROVAL TO THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS I WILL BE HAPPY TO ANSWER THEM.

>> THANK YOU.

ANY QUESTIONS? THIS IS A PUBLIC HEARING ANYBODY IN THE ROOM THAT WISHES TO SPEAK IN OPPOSITION TO THE CASE? ANYBODY ON WEBEX?

>> THERE IS NO ONE ON WEBEX.

>> SEEING NONE.

MR. THORNTON.

>> AND I MOVE THAT WE FOLLOW THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION AND APPROVE REZ 28-210-0036 GOULDIN PROPERTIES LLC PROFFERS DATED JANUARY 22ND, 2021.

THE MOTION MADE BY THORNTON.

SECONDED BY NELSON.

IN FAVOR SAY AYE.

>> THE MOTION CARRIES.

[8e. 29-21 REZ2020- 00045 Varina Gwendolyn B. and William C. Turner and B&B Properties LC: Request to conditionally rezone from M-2C General Industrial District (Conditional) and B-3 Business District to M-2C General Industrial District (Conditional) Parcels 809-713-6877, 809-713-2028 and 809-713-2362 containing 13.902 acres located between the northeast line of Charles City Road and the south line of Williamsburg Road (U.S. Route 60), approximately 1250’ east of its intersection with Brittles Lane. The applicant proposes an expansion of a contractor’s equipment storage yard; sandblasting and cutting within enclosed buildings; and up to 10,000 gallons of underground bulk storage of inflammable liquids. The uses will be controlled by zoning ordinance regulations and proffered conditions. The 2026 Comprehensive Plan recommends Commercial Concentration and Office/Service. Part of the site is in the Enterprise Zone. The Planning Commission to recommend the Board of Supervisors grant the request. ]

>> AND THE 29-21 GWENDOLYN AND WILLIAM TURN AND B&B PROPERTIES REQUEST A CONDITIONAL REZONING REQUEST FROM M 2 C GENERAL INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT (CONDITIONAL) AND B 3 TO TO M 2 C GENERAL INDUSTRIAL.

AND 13.9-ACRE THIS IS RELOCATED BETWEEN THE NORTHEAST LINE OF CHALLENGES CITY REID AND THE SOUTH LINE OF WILLIAMSBURG ROAD.

THE APPLICANT PROPOSES AN EXPANSION OF CONTRACTORS EQUIPMENT STORAGE YARD AND SANDBLASTING AND CUTTING WITHIN ENCLOSED BUILDINGS AND 10,000-GALLONS OF BULK STORAGE OF INFLAMMABLE LIQUIDS.

THIS COMES FROM THE VARINA.

THE BOARD IT WAS RECOMMENDED TO GRANT THIS.

>> MR. CHAIRMAN AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD.

THIS WOULD ALLOW CRANE MASTERS TO THE 3001 ROAD LAYINGS WHERE IT HAS OPERATED SINCE 1993.

THE APPLICANT PROPOSALS M 2 C TO ACCOMMODATE ABOVE GROUND FUEL TANKS AND BUILDING FOR MANUFACTURING AND MAINTENANCE OF HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND M 2 C AND B 3 AND THE TWO NORTHERN MOST PARCELS ARE LOCATED IN THE COUNTIES ENTERPRISE ZONE.

THE SURROUNDING PROPERTIES ARE ZONED 3 B AND CONSISTS OF COMMERCIAL USES ALONG

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WILLIAMSBURG ROAD.

A STORAGE BUILDING TO THE SOUTH IN A SOIL STOCKPILE ACROSS CHARLES CITY ROAD.

THE FUTURE LAND USE RECOMMENDS COMMERCIAL CONCENTRATION AND FOR THE PROPERTY.

WITH THE GROWTH CRANE MASTERS WISHES TO UP GREAT OPERATIONS AT THIS LOCATION AS ILLUSTRATED ON THE PLAN THE APPLICANT PROPOSES ADDING A NEW ONE STORY MANUFACTURING AND PLENTIANCE BUILDING FOR CUSTOM BUILT RAIL Y THAT'S A 94,000 SQUARE FOOT BUILDING AND PAVING MORE OF THE GRAVEL COVERED LOT.

MOVING THE FUELING AREA TO THE PARCEL AND CONSTRUCT AS GATED ACCESS OF CHARLES CITY ROAD.

I WOULD NOTE THAT IN THIS AREA WHICH IS NOT PART OF THE REZONING IT IS ZONED CORRECTLY, THEY ARE PROPOSING A NEW TWO STORY OFTEN BUILDING ALONG WITH THE PROJECT.

OTHER ASSURANCES IN THE PROFFERS INCLUDE BRICK ACCENTS FOR THE BUILDING.

LIMITED USE TO OFFICE ALL B 3 DISTRICT USES AND SEVERAL INDUSTRIAL USES SPECIFIC TO THE OPERATION.

LANDSCAPE BUFFERS AND WOOD SENTENCING ALONG ALL ADJACENT PROPERTIES.

RIGHT OF WAY TURN LANE FOR CHARLES CITY ROAD ENTRANCE.

PROHIBITING STORAGE OF VEHICLES AND PROVISIONS RELATED TO PROPERTY LINE ADJUSTMENTS, DETAINED SIGNAGE AND PARKING LOT LIGHTING.

SOME OF THE USES ARE NOT ENTIRELY CONSISTENT WITH THE 2026 PLAN DESIGNATIONS THERE IS AN OFFICE COMPONENT INCLUDED AND THE FEW USES ARE COMPATIBLE WITH THE SURROUNDING PROPERTIES CONSIDERING THE PROFFERED CONDITIONS.

IT IS OPERATED FROM THIS LOCATION FOR MANY YEARS AND THIS REQUEST PROPOSES A REASONABLE EXPANSION OF THE BUSINESS IN ADDITION THE JOB CREATING USE WOULD BE CONSISTENT WITH ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND REVITALIZATION RECOMMENDATIONS IN THE 2026 PLAN AND HELP ACHIEVE THE GOALS OF THE ENTERPRISE ZONE.

STAFF SUPPORTS THE REQUEST DEPUBLIC HEARING RECOMMENDED APPROVAL TO THE BOARD.

IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, I WILL BE HAPPY TO ANSWER THEM.

>> THANK YOU MR. EMERSON, ANY QUESTIONS? ,.

>> MR. MACKEY AND I MET ON TYPE AND SPENT TIME ON THE CASE AND SPOKE WITH THE MANAGER.

AND WE I WANTED TO COMMENT.

>> ANYBODY IN THE ROOM THAT WISHES TO SPEAK IN OPPOSITION TO THE CASE? ANYBODY ON WEBEX?

>> NO ONE IS ON WEBEX.

>> MR. NELSON?

>> MR. CHAIR I MOVE THAT REZONING.

2020-004 A.

>> MR. NELSONMENT SECTED BY MR. BRANIN.

ANY OPPOSED?

>> THE MOTION CARRIES.

>> DID YOU WANT TO MENTION PROFFERS?

>> HE SAID AS PRESENTED.

IT IS ALL INCLUDED.

>> PUBLIC HEARINGS AND OTHER ITEMS YOU HAVE FIVE FOR YOUR AGAIN.

[9. PUBLIC HEARINGS - OTHER ITEMS ]

AND THE FIRST FOUR ITEMS AND ASK HIM TO PAUSE ON THE FIFTH.

CHARLIE TAKE IT I WAY WITH 30-21.

>> THANK YOU MR. MANAGER.

[9a. 30-21 Ordinance - Vacation of Portion of Right-of-Way - Willis Road - Brookland District. ]

GOOD EVENING.

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD.

THE FIRST ITEM I HAVE FOR YOU IS AN ORDINANCE VACATE 90 FEET OF RIGHT AWAY AT WILLIS ROAD.

THE COUNTY OWNS THE LAND AND WHICHS TO PROVIDE MORE SECURITY FOR FIRE HOUSE 20 UNDER CONSTRUCTION ON THE LAND.

THE REAL PROPERTY HAS PROCESSED THE REQUEST THROUGH THE DEPARTMENTS OF PLANNING.

PUBLIC WORKS AND PUBLIC UTILITIES WITHOUT OBJECTION.

I WOULD ANSWER ANY OF YOUR QUESTIONS.

, ANSWER QUESTIONS.

>> THIS IS A PUBLIC HEARING.

ANY OPPOSITION?

>> NUN ON LINE?

>> NO ONE ON WEBEX.

>> SEEING NONE.

>> MOVE THE ORDINANCE.

[00:55:01]

>> THE MOTION BY MR. BRANIN.

SECOND BY MR. NELSON.

SAY AYE.

>> OPPOSED?

>> THE ORDINANCE CARRIES.

>> THE NEXT I HAVE FOR YOU 31-21 A RESOLUTION FOR SIGNATORY AUTHORITY.

[9b. 31-21 Resolution - Signatory Authority - Amendment to Lease - Winfrey Road - Fairfield District. ]

THE BOARD PAPER WOULD AUTHORIZE THE MANAGER TO EXCLUDE A LEASE AMENDMENT FOR 34.957 ACRES THE VACANT LAND ON WIN WINFREY ROAD.

THE LESSEES REQUESTED AN EXTENSION TO CONTINUE WRAPPING UP AND RELOCATING THEIR BUSINESS ON THE PROPERTY.

THE COUNTY PURCHASED THE PROPERTY FROM THE FOR A FUTURE SCHOOL SITE.

THE AMENDMENT WOULD EXTEND THE LEASE FOR A 12 MONTH TERM FART FEBRUARY 28TH.

2021.

THE COUNTY HAS NO NEED FOR THE LAND DURING THE EXTENSION TERM AND THE RENT FOR THE PERIOD WOULD BE 1 DOLLAR.

THE DIRECTOR OF REAL PROPERTY RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AND THE MANAGER CONCURS W THAT I WILL BE HAPPY TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.

>> ANY QUESTIONS FOR CHARLEY? SEEING NONE.

THIS IS A PUBLIC HEARING.

ANYONE WHO WISHES TO SPEAK IN OPPOSITION?

>> ANYBODY ON WEBEX?

>> NO ONE ON WEBEX.

>> SEEING NONE.

MR. THORNTON.

>> THE A MOTION MADE BY THORNTON.

SECONDED.

>> AYE.

>> ANY OPPOSED?

>> THE RESOLUTION CARRIES.

>> CHARLEY.

>> THE NEXT I HAVE FOR YOU IS 32-21.

[9c. 32-21 Resolution - Signatory Authority - Conveyance of Real Property - Best Products Property - Fairfield District. ]

IT IS A RESOLUTION FOR SIGNATORY AUTHORITY, THIS BOARD PAPER WOULD AUTHORIZE THE CHAIRMAN AND MANAGER TO EXECUTE THE DOCUMENTS NECESSARY TO CONVEY 93.213-ACRE PARCEL THE FORMER BEST PRODUCTS PROPERTY AND OWNED BY THE COUNTY TO THE HENRICO COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FOR USE IN PROMOTING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE COUNTY.

THE PROPERTY IS ADJACENT TO THE INTERSECTION OF I-95 AND HAIRHAM.

THE IT IS RECOMMENDED APPROVAL.

THE COUNTY MANAGER CONCURS.

I WILL ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS.

>> THANK YOU.

>> I WANT TO NOTE IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, MR. ROMANEL IS ON.

, ANY QUESTIONS?

>> THIS IS A PUBLIC HEARING.

ANYBODY IN THE ROOM? ANYBODY ON WEBEX?

>> THERE IS NO ONE ON WEBEX.

>> SEEING NOBODY.

MR. THORNTON?

>> MR. CHAIRMAN THIS IS A FOR THE COUNTY VISIONARY GIVES ME PRIVILEGE TO SAY MOVE THE QUESTION.

>> SECOND.

>> THERE IS A MOTION BY THORNTON, SECONDED BY O'BANNON.

THOSE IN FAVOR SAY AYE.

>> OPPOSED?

>> THE RESOLUTION CARRIES.

CHARLEY.

[9d. 33-21 Resolution - Signatory Authority - Quitclaim of a Portion of Utility Easement - 4225 Innslake Drive - Three Chopt District. ]

>> YES, SIR.

THE NEXT ITEM I HAVE IS 33-21 ANOTHER RESOLUTION FOR SIGNATORY AUTHORITY AUTHORIZE A QUITCLAIM DEED RELEASING INTEREST IN AN UNNEEDED PORTION OF UTILITY EASEMENT AT 4225 INNS LAKE DRIVE.

AND THE OWNER REQUESTED THE ACTION.

THERE ARE NO FACILITIES IN THE EASEMENT AREA.

THE COUNTY DOES NOT NEED THE PORTION TO BE QUITCLAIMED AND A REPLACEMENT EASEMENT HAS BEEN DEDICATED TO THE COUNTY.

THE DIRECTORS OF PLANNING AND REAL PROPERTY RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF THE PAPER.

THE MANAGER CONCURRED.

WITH THAT I'LL ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS.

>> ANY QUESTIONS FOR CHARLEY?

>> THIS IS A HEARING.

ANYONE WISH TO SPEAK IN OPPOSITION OF THE CASE? ANYONE ON WEBEX?

>> THERE IS NO ONE ON WEBEX.

>> MR. BRANIN.

MOVE THE RESOLUTION.

>> SECOND.

>> AND MOTION BY BRANIN, SECONDED BY NELSON.

ANY POLYP OPPOSED.

IT CARRIES.

>> I THINK THAT COMPLETES YOUR RUN DOWN S THAT RIGHT?

[9e. 34-21 Resolution - Lease of County Property - Land Adjacent to Water Reclamation Facility - Varina District. ]

>> YES, SIR.

AND 34-21 IS WITHIN THE THIS IS THE RESOLUTION FOR RELEASE OF PROPERTY AND THIS IS AN ITEM FOR LAND ADJACENT TO THE WATER RECLAMATION IN THE VARINA DISTRICT.

I WILL REQUEST THAT THIS BE WITHDRAWN.

WE HAVE A NUMBER OF OTHER FARM LEASES THAT IS WHAT THIS IS.

WE WANT TO LOOK AT ALL OF THEM AND COME BACK TO YOU WITH A RECOMMENDATION FOR THIS.

BUT THE ITEM HAS BEEN ADVERTISED YOU MAY WANT TO CHECK TO SEE IF ANYONE IS HEAR TO SPEAK TO THIS.

>> THANK YOU MR. MANAGER.

THIS HAS BEEN ADVERTISED FOR A HEARING THE BOARD WILL HEAR FROM ANYONE WHO WISHES TO SPEAK.

ANYONE IN THE ROOM THAT WISHES TO SPEAK TO THE ITEM?

>> WEBEX.

>> IF NO ONE ON WEBEX.

>> I DECLARE THIS CLOSED.

IS THERE A MOTION?

>> MR. CHAIR THE MOVE WE WITHDRAW ITEM 34-21 FROM FUTURE -- FURTHER

[01:00:01]

CONSIDERATION.

>> SECOND.

>> A MOTION MADE BY NELSON AND SECONDED BY MR. THORNTON.

IN FAVOR, SAY AYE.

>> OPPOSED.

>> THAT CARRIES.

>> THANK YOU, WE MOVE INTO THE GENERAL COMMENTS THERE ARE THREE INDIVIDUALS THAT

[10. PUBLIC COMMENTS ]

SIGNED UP TO SPEAK FIRST IS REBECCA PHISHER BE - FISHER.

>> SHE IS ON WEBEX, I WILL UNMUTE HER.

MISS FISHER.

>> IT LOOKS LIKE SHE HAS LEFT.

>> ALL RIGHT.

>> MAYBE SHE WILL CALL BACK AS WE GO THROUGH THE PUBLIC COMMENTS.

WE ARE -- THE SECOND IS MR. DAVID WANE WRIGHT.

>> HE'S ON.

>> WE ARE HAVING TECHNICAL DIFFICULTY.

>> MISS DAVIS.

LET ME GO TO THE THIRD SPEAKER AND THEN CAN YOU CIRCLE BACK.

KEEP MR. WANE WRIGHT ON.

I HAVE AN INDIVIDUAL WHO HAS SIGNED UP AND IS HERE IN PERSON.

AND THAT IS MISS MARY MORRISEY.

IF WOULD YOU COME FORWARD.

AND IF WOULD YOU HAVE MISS MORRISEY COME TO THE PODIUM.

>> IF YOU SPEAK FROM THE PODIUM THERE AND LIMIT YOUR COMMENTS TO FIVE MINUTES, I I'M MARY MORRISEY.

THIS IS MY FRIEND MERLE JAMES.

WE'RE BOTH TEACHERS FOR HENRICO COUNTY.

GOOD EVENING.

MR. CHAIRMAN, BOARD MEMBERS.

YOU MAY RECALL THAT I ADDRESSED THE BOARD IN MARCH OF 2020.

I LOFT YOU WITH 30 YEARS OF TEACHERS SALARY DATA THAT NIGHT.

THANK YOU FOR LETTING ME SPEAK AGAIN.

I'M HERE TO SPEAK ON BEHALF OF THE TEACHERS OF HENRICO COUNTY BUT THE VETERANS WITH 25 YEARS OF SERVICE.

THE VETERANS ARE THE GREATEST GENERATION OF TEACHERS.

WE ARE THE TEACHERS THAT HAVE STUCK IT OUT THROUGH MORE CHANGES IN EDUCATIONAL, TECHNOLOGY INTERNET, SOCIAL MEDIA ISSUES AND CURRENT POLITICAL UNREST.

WE TAUGHT OUR STUDENTS TO SIT DOWN AGAINST ARMED INTRUDERS.

WE ADD VIRTUAL TEACHING THROUGH A PANDEMIC TO THE LIST.

WE DO IT ALL WHILE KEEPING HENRICO SCHOOL'S COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE.

AND ANY VETERAN TEACHER ENTER THE PROFESSION BECAUSE WE THOUGHT THE SALARY WOULD MAKE US INDEPENDENTLY WEALTHY I'M SURE THAT NONE OF US THOUGHT WE WOULD HAVE QUESTION THE FACT THAT OVER TIME WE WOULD NOT SEE OUR SALARY GROW TO ALLOW SOME SORT OF DECENT FINANCIAL STABILITY AND A DECENT RETIREMENT WAGE.

LAST YEAR WHEN THE BOARD ADVERTISED FOR A NEW SECRETARY, THE STARTING SALARY WAS $61,394 FOR A NON-COLLEGE DEGREE POSITION.

EVERY TEACHER IN HENRICO COUNTY WAS IN SHOCK.

AT 31 YEARS I DO NOT MAKE $61,000.

I WILL TAKE ME YEARS TO GET TO THE SECRETARY'S MINIMUM STARTING SALARY.

I WILL STOP MY SPEECH AND GET RID OF THE DATA THAT I HAVE IN MY MIND ABOUT SALARY.

I WOULD LOVE TO TELL YOU A STORY.

BUT THE STORY INVOLVES MY FATHER WHO PASSED AWAY 19 YEARS AGO THIS FEBRUARY.

MY FATHER WORKED AS A SENIOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING FOR REYNOLDS METALS AND RETIRED IN 1993 AFTER 42 YEARS OF SERVICE.

I WILL BACK UP TO 1980 WHEN I WAS A FRESHMAN IN HIGH SCHOOL.

ONE NIGHT I WAS SUPPOSED TO BE GOING TO BED, I OVERHEARD MY PARENTS TALK ABOUT A JOB OPPORTUNITY FOR MY FATHER THAT JOB WOULD REQUIRE MY DAD TO MOVE HIS FAMILY TO TEXAS.

I WAS SCARED ABOUT THAT POSSIBILITY OF MOVING, I HEARD MY FATHER SAY TO MY MOM, HE COULD NOT MOVE HIS FAMILY FROM HENRICO COUNTY.

EVEN FOR THE JOB OPPORTUNITY.

YOU SEE, AT HIS JOB MY FATHER TRAVELED ALL OVER THE COUNTRY, BIG CITY, SMALL

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TOWNS.

MY FATHER DID NOT WANT TO MOVE FROM HENRICO COUNTY.

FOR HIM IT WAS ABOUT THE SCHOOLS FOR HIS SIX CHILDREN AND THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT THAT HAD GREAT LEADERSHIP.

I MOVED FROM HENRICO SOMETHING HE COULD NOT SACRIFICE.

FAST FORWARD, AUGUST 19990 THE DAY I WAS HIRED TO TEACH AT TUCKAHOE MIDDLE SCHOOL.

THE FIRST PERSON I TOLD ABOUT MY NEW JOB WAS MY FATHER.

HE WAS SO PROUD.

IN SEPTEMBER OF 1991 WHEN THE MIDDLE SCHOOL OPENED WE HAD A COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE.

I WAS IN MY BEAUTIFUL NEW CLASSROOM.

GREETING STUDENTS AND PARENTS AND WHO WALKED IN THE DOOR BUT MY FATHER.

DRESSED IN HIS BEST BUSINESS SUIT.

HE INTRODUCED HIMSELF TO OTHER PARENTS AND SAID MY DAUGHTER IS IN THIS CLASS, TOO.

HE WOULD POINT TO ME.

SO PROUD THAT I WAS A HENRICO COUNTY TEACHER.

MY FATHER KNEW HE TOLD ME OVER AND OVER, YEAR AFTER YEAR, THAT I SHOULD TRY TO STAY LIVING AND WORKING IN HENRICO COUNTY.

BECAUSE HE KNEW THAT IS WOULD ALWAYS BE TAKEN CARE OF EVEN WHEN HE COULD NO LONGER BE HERE.

MR. CHAIRMAN ON JANUARY 12TH DURING THE FIRST MEETING OF THE YEAR YOU MADE STATEMENTS ABOUT THE COLLECTIVE FUTURE OF HENRICO COUNTY I WAS LISTENING I'M ASKING YOU AND THE BOARD FOR MYSELF, FOR THE TEACHERS, EP ESPECIALLY THE VETERANS AND FOR MY FATHER, HOW WILL YOU INCLUDE YOUR TEACHERS IN HENRICO'S COLLECTIVE FUTURE.

THANK YOU.

>> THANK YOU.

>> MISS MORRISEY.

>> MISS MORRISEY.

>> YOU TALKING AND RUNNING.

, WE HEARD YOU.

WHAT YOU HEARD US SPEAK ON THE 12TH THIS BOARD AND I WAS BLESSED TO BE ABLE TO WORK AS THE CHAIR LAST YEAR IN OUR FUTURE TEACHERS, FIRST RESPONDERS, ALL COUNTY EMPLOYEES IT IS BEING WORKED ON.

IT IS COMING.

HOLD TIGHT.

THANK YOU FOR COMING BACK.

THANK YOU FOR THE WISDOM YOU BRING US.

>> HAVE YOU GOT YOUR SHOT?

>> IT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE TONIGHT.

IT WAS POSTPONED.

>> WE MADE A PLEA TO GET YOU THE SHOTS SO WE CAN GET BACK TO SCHOOL SO WE CAN DO WHAT WE DO BEST.

I WANT TO SAY ON BEHALF OF MYSELF WE HEAR YOU.

>> I'M LISTENING.

>> SECOND.

>> I WANT TO THANK THE LADIES WHO HAVE BEEN TIRELESS ADVOCATES.

THEY HAVE ALL THE TEACHERS OWE YOU A DEBT OF GRATITUDE BECAUSE OF YOUR PERSEVERANCE AND KEEPING YOUR ADVOCACY BEFORE US.

THANK YOU.

YOU GUYS HAVE CONTINUED TO PUSH NOT JUST US BUT THE SCHOOL BOARD AND YOU KNOW I FEEL LIKE IT IS YOUR VOICES THAT IMPACTED THE CONVERSATION FOR US.

CLEARLY, WE CANNOT SAY MUCH RIGHT NOW BUT YOU WILL REMEMBER THIS NIGHT AND YOU HAVE HEARD AND I JUST WANT TO SAY THANK YOU FOR WHAT YOU DO.

ALL THE VETERANS WHO WORK FOR HENRICO COUNTY ACROSS THE SPECTRUM.

WE APPRECIATE EVERYTHING THAT YOU DO OUR TEACHERS BUT NOT JUST OUR TEACHERS.

AND THOSE WHO HAVE PUSHED THE PLOW FOR DECADES, I WANT TO LET YOU KNOW OUR BOARD, THIS BOARD IN 2021 SEES AND APPRECIATES WHAT YOU HAVE DONE.

REST EASY.

NO THAT HELP IS ON THE WAY.

>> THANK YOU.

>> YOU MENTIONED YOUR DAD AND THE SERVICE WITH HIS COMPANY HE WORKED FOR.

I TOOK THAT POINT OUT OF YOUR DISCUSSION.

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IT IS ABOUT THE PEOPLE IN THE COUNTY ACROSS THE UNIFIED -- THE BOARD THAT HAVE DONE IT FOR SO LONG.

I'LL ECHO THAT.

THANK YOU FOR BEING HERE.

I'LL SAY WHAT MR. BRANIN SAID.

I HOPE TO SEE YOU AGAIN THIS YEAR.

>> I'LL BE BACK IF NECESSARY.

>> THANK YOU.

>> MR. MANAGER DO WE HAVE THE SPEAKER NUMBER 2 BACK ON THE LINE?

>> MR. WANEWRIGHT?

>> I'M ON THE PHONE.

>> CAN YOU HEAR ME?

>> YES.

>> THANK YOU FOR GIVING ME THE OPPORTUNITY TO SPEAK I WILL NOT TAKE UP MUCH OF YOUR TIME.

I FOUND OUT LAST NIGHT I WAS GOING TO BE GIVEN A CHANCE TO SPEAK TONIGHT SO THIS IS REALLY A LAST-MINUTE SITUATION.

MY WIFE AND I OWN A HOME IN THE HEATHER FIELD SECTION OF TUCKAHOE PARK.

AND THAT'S WHERE THE REINDEER STREETS.

RUE DUFFLE, COMET.

THERE ARE 200 OR SO HOMES IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD.

BACK IN OCTOBER, SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER THE COUNTY STARTED INSTALLING NEW GAS LINES WE LED THE RUDOLPH, I CALLED THE CITY OF RICHMOND INQUIRING ABOUT GETTING ACCESS.

THE CITY PROVIDES GAS FOR HENRICO.

WE WERE TOLD IF WE PURCHASED A FURNACE THAT WAS A GAS FURNACE THAT WE WOULD BE GIVEN ACCESS TO THE GAS LINE AND IF THAT WAS OUR PRIMARY HEAT SOURCE, WHICH IT IS, THERE WOULD BE NO COST TO US TO GET ACCESS TO THAT LINE.

WE SPOKE WITH, MYSELF AND A NEIGHBOR ACROSS THE STREET.

SPOKE WITH THE PEOPLE THAT WERE WORKING ON THE LINE AND THEY TOLD US THAT THE LINE WAS GOING TO BE EXTENDED ALL THE WAY TO THE END OF RUDOLPH LINE.

IT IS THREE HOUSES AWAY FROM US A 3001 RUDOLPH.

I GOT AN E-MAIL FROM THE CITY SAYING THAT IF WE PURCHASED A GAS FURNACE WE WOULD HAVE ACCESS TO THE GAS LINE AT NO COST.

SO, WE WENT OUT AND PURCHASED A GAS FURNACE BASED ON THE INFORMATION AND THE PEOPLE DOING THE WORK.

THE WORK HAS STOPPED.

THE GAS LINE HAS NOT BEEN EXTENDED YET.

WE HAVE ABOUT 15 HOMES HERE IN THE SUBDIVISION THAT DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO THE GAS LINE AND THE VAST MAJORITY OF US ARE INTERESTED IN BEING ABLE TO ACCESS THE LINE.

AND THEY ARE INTERESTED AND CONVERTING THE HEATING SYSTEM TO GAS AND CONVERTING LIKE WE DID.

YOU DISCUSSED SOMEWHERE IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF $4 MILLION OF IMPROVEMENTS AND INFRASTRUCTURE THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY.

YOU KNOW I'M REPRESENTING THE 15 HOMEOWNERS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD THAT WOULD LIKE THE SAME OPPORTUNITY AS THE OTHER 99% OF OUR NEIGHBORHOOD HAS WHICH IS ACCESS TO THE GAS LINE.

WHEN WE WERE CONTACTED BY A GENTLEMAN, WHO I GUESS IS IN SALES FOR THE CITY GAS DEPARTMENT, YOU KNOW, WE TOLD HIM OF OUR INTEREST AND I -- I TOLD HIM THAT WE WERE TOLD BY THE CITY THAT AS LONG AS WE HAD A GAS FURNACE THERE WOULD BE NO COST IN ORDER TO BE ABLE TO GET ACCESS TO THAT LINE AND HE HAS SINCE COME BACK AND SAID IT WILL COST $120,000 TO EXTEND THE LINE A COUPLE OF HUNDRED FEED DOWN RUDOLPH ROAD.

WE'RE IN A PANDEMIC, I HAVE BEEN OUT OF WORK FOR A LONG TIME, MY WIFE IS A TEACHER SO SHE DOESN'T MAKE A HUGE SALARY.

WE CANNOT AFFORD TO PAY FOR THE COST FOR THE COUNTY TO RUN AN EXTENSION OF A GAS

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LINE A COUPLE HUNDRED FEET.

I'M ASKING FOR THE COUNTY TO CONSIDER OUR SITUATION THE SITUATION OF THE HOMEOWNERS WHO DO NOT HAVE ACCESS AND WE HAVE A GAS FURNACE NOW THAT WE CANNOT HOOKUP BECAUSE THE LINE WAS NOT EXTENDED THE WAY WE WERE TOLD IT WOULD BE TO BE EXTENDED.

>> MR. WANEWRIGHT.

THANK YOU FOR CALLING IN.

ARE YOU FORTUNATE OUR DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC UTILITY IS HERE.

IF WE CAN GET YOUR INFORMATION.

HE SENT YOU OUT AN E-MAIL AND REACHED OUT TO YOU TO COMMUNITY.

WE'LL MAKE SURE WE HAVE STAFF FOLLOW UP WITH YOU, SIR.

>> THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

, IS THE FIRST CALLER HERE, WE HAVE TWO OTHER SPEAKERS.

YOU WANT TO INTRODUCE THEM FOR US.

CARLOS MUNOZ.

>>> GOOD EVENING, CAN YOU HEAR ME?

>> WE GOT YOU.

>> THANK YOU.

>> I AM A RESIDENT OF THE TUCKAHOE DISTRICT AND LONG-TIME RESIDENT WAY BEFORE IT WAS COOL AND WE HAD A GENERAL STORE AND IT WAS A TWO LANE ROAD.

I APPRECIATE THE OPPORTUNITY TO ADDRESS THE COVID VACCINE ROLLOUT.

I HEARD THE UPDATE TONIGHT AND I'M GRATEFUL TO THEM AND THE FOLKS IN THE COUNTY WHO HAVE MADE IT POSSIBLE FOR HENRICO TO BE NUMBER TWO IN THE COMMONWEALTH IN DELIVERY OF THE VACCINE.

I WANT TO PREVIOUS YEAS PROFOUNDLY THE REMARKS ARE NOT ADDRESSED TO THEM AND NO-NO WAY REFOREIGN SECRETARY THEIR HARD EFFORTS ON BEHALF OF THE CITIZENS OF THE COUNTY.

I'M CONCERNED ABOUT THE WAY THE ROLLOUT HAS BEEN IMPLEMENTED.

I READ AN ARTICLE THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA IS 49TH IN TERMS OF VACCINATIONS.

ONLY KANSAS WAS IN A WORSE POSITION AS US IN TERMS OF THE ACTUAL ADMINISTRATION OF THE VACCINES VERSUS DOSES DISTRIBUTED TO THE COMMONWEALTH.

ASIDE FROM THAT NUMBER, I'M I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO GET MY MOTHER VACCINATED FOR 2 OR 3 WEEKS.

IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO KNOW WHAT IS GOING ON.

THERE IS NO TIME LINE OR SCHEDULE, THERE IS NO INFORMATION HOW MANY DOSES ARE SCHEDULED TO BE PURCHASED AND DELIVERED.

YOU KNOW I THINK WE CAN BE PATIENT AND THE PEOPLE OF THE COMMONWEALTH AND THE COUNTY OF HENRICO ARE PATIENT AND GOOD WILLED PEOPLE AND NOT EVERYONE IS GOING TO GET A VACCINE OVERNIGHT.

BUT THERE IS NOT ENOUGH TRANSPARENCY, NOT ENOUGH INFORMATION AND BASED ON THE RANKING ALMOST DEAD LAST THERE IS A FAILURE AT THE STATE LEVEL IN TERMS OF THE ROLLOUT.

I KNOW THE COUNTY SUPERVISORS ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THAT.

I'M NOT DIRECTING THAT FRUSTRATION AT YOU ALL.

BUT I DO HAVE A PETITION AND REQUEST TO MAKE OF YOU AND THAT IS TO RAISE THE CONCERN WITH THE STATE GOVERNMENT AND A MORE PUBLIC WAY.

I SAW TODAY THE COUNTY OF CHESTERFIELD SENT A LETTER TO THE GOVERNOR.

YOU KNOW EXPRESSING SOME CONCERNS ABOUT THE WAY THE ROLLOUT HAD BEEN HANDLED.

I THINK IT WOULD NOT BE -- IT WOULD BE A GOOD ACTION FOR THE BOARD TO CONSIDER SENDING A SIMILAR COMMUNICATION TO THE GOVERNOR AND THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH ABOUT WHAT IS HAPPENING.

YOU KNOW I KNOW A LITTLE BIT OF COMPPLACENCY BASED ON THE COMMENTS OF THE SUPERVISORS AND THE BOARD MEMBERS EARLIER ABOUT YOU KNOW WE'RE GOING TO WAIT AND I DON'T THINK THAT THAT IS THE POSITION WE SHOULD TAKE AND FOR THE COUNTY.

IT IS GOOD TO BE PATIENT BUT WE NEED TO EXPERT PRESS PRESSURE AND THE STATE AND HOW IT WILL LOOK IN THE FUTURE.

I KNOW THAT WE'RE NOT GOING TO GET THE ANSWERS YOU ALL NEED TO EXERT PRESSURE ON THE LEADERS LOOK FOR THE NEXT 2, 3, 4, FIVE MONTHS.

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IF WE TALK ABOUT A ROLLOUT.

AND UNDERSTANDING HOW THIS HAS ALREADY TAKEN PLACE.

THAT'S NOT PROBABLY A REALISTIC TIMEFRAME.

AND SO MY REQUEST IS FOR THE BOARD TO CONSIDER A RESOLUTION OR COMMUNICATION TO STATE LEADERS, YOU KNOW REQUESTING MORE INFORMATION.

MORE TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNT ABILITY MOVING FORWARD BECAUSE LIVES DEPEND ON IT.

WE'RE TALKING ABOUT PEOPLE, YOU KNOW ELDERLY PEOPLE WHO ARE NOT GETTING ACCESS TO THE VACCINE.

DESPITE THE FACT THAT THERE ARE DOSES SITTING ON SHELVES ELSEWHERE IN THE COMMON COMMONWEALTH AND THERE IS NO INFORMATION.

I MEAN I SIGNED MY MOTHER UP FOR THE LIST HERE IN HENRICO DIDN'T GET A CONFIRMATION.

I DON'T KNOW WHETHER OR NOT SHE IS ON THE LIST YET.

I DON'T KNOW WHAT THE CRITERIA WILL BE FOR ADMINISTRATION OF THOSE I'M NOT DIRECTING THAT AT YOU ALL I WOULD REQUEST THAT YOU ON BEHALF OF THE CITIZENS OF THE COUNTY DEMAND MORE AND THE DEPARTMENT EFFICIENT HEALTH.

THANK YOU.

>> AND THANK YOU.

>>> MR. NELSON.

>> THANK YOU FOR YOUR CALL.

AND WE AS BOARD MEMBERS WERE GOING TO WAIT AND SEE OFFICIALS WHO ARE NOT PLANNED 1-A OR 1-B SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS WHO ARE NOT PLAN 1-A OR 1-B OTHER THAN BEING HE WAS NOT SAYING THAT WE'LL SIT BACK AND WE'RE NOT GOING TO BE SELFISH.

>> I APPRECIATE THAT.

>> THE SECOND THING I APPRECIATE THE FRUSTRATION.

THERE IS A LEVEL OF FRUSTRATION THAT WE SEE ACROSS THE COMMON WEALTH.

AND THAT WE'RE NOT DOING NOTHING IS NOT ACCURATE.

WE ARE WORKING.

THERE ARE DIFFERENT WAYS THAT YOU CAN APROPER THIS CHESTERFIELD'S APPROACH IS CHESTERFIELD'S APPROACH.

YOU NEED TO WRITE A LETTER AND THERE SOMETIMES WE HAVE TAKEN WHICH IS WORKING THE PHONES AND THE LEGISLATORS ALL WEEKEND AND GETTING RESULTS.

WE'RE NOT BEATING OUR CHEST AND THUMPING OUR CHEST BUT WE ARE TODAY AND THOUSANDS OF SHOTS GOING THROUGH THE RACEWAY BECAUSE WE WE ENCOURAGED OUR LEGISLATORS TO GO TO BAT FOR HENRICO COUNTY.

AND SO WE DIDN'T TAKE THE LETTER WRITING APPROACH AND WE HAD BEEN ON THE TELEPHONES, EVEN YOU KNOW THIS IS NO PERSONAL THING BUT THIS IS JUST TO LET YOU KNOW AS THIS WEEKEND MY MOTHER WAS ADMITTED ON SUNDAY.

AND ADMITTED IN 8 A.M.

ON SUNDAY PUSHING A LEGISLATOR FOUR MORE SHOTS WITH THE LEGISLATOR CAME THROUGH.

SO NOTED THAT WE ARE OUT THERE ADVOCATING.

IF OUR POINT IS YOU GIVE US MORE SHOTS LET US PUT THEM ON YOU SEE THAT YOU CAN DEPEND ON US.

AND SO JUST KNOW THAT BECAUSE WE'RE NOT TRYING TO GARNER ATTENTION AND IT DOES NOT MEAN THAT WE'RE NOT OUT HERE FIGHTING FOR VACCINATIONS.

AND SAY OUR APPROACH IS PROBABLY GOING TO GET US MORE SHOTS THAN THE CHESTERFIELD APPROACH.

>> I'M GLAD MR. NELSON AND CUT OFFENSIVE PART OF WHAT I SAID.

I SAID THAT WE WILL BE SITTING HERE PATIENTLY WHILE OUR CITIZENS GET VACCINATED.

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AND HE DID CLARIFY THE REASON I WAS SAYING THAT.

BECAUSE WE ARE DOING THE RIGHT THING BY OUR CITIZENS AND THE RIGHT THING AND WITH THAT BEING SAID.

WITH THE DISTRIBUTION CENTER WE HAVE SET UP AT THE TRACK.

>> 20,000 A PEEK.

4000 A DAY.

, WE WERE LUCKY TO HAVE THE GOVERNOR COME INTO THE RACEWAY AND THE APPROACH TAKES IT SO WE LET THE GOVERNOR KNOW THAT WE CAN.

THROUGH THE LOCATION.

DO NOT EVER THINK THE BOARD IS COMPLACENT, WE'RE FOR YOU AND THAT IS PAYING OFF.

>> THANK YOU MR. BRANIN.

>> THANK YOU FOR CALLING IN THE POINTS ARE WELL HEARD.

AND YOU HEARD FROM THE COMMENTS WE CONCUR.

WE AGREE WITH YOU.

AND WE WANT TO GET THIS DONE AS FAST AS POSSIBLE.

BETTER AND MORE EFFICIENT.

WE STOOD UP THE SITE THAT CAN HANDLE OVER 20,000 TO PROVE OUR ABILITY AND WARRANT THE DOSES.

AND WE'RE HOPING TO BE ABLE TO DELIVER THAT IN OUR WAY.

DON'T TAKE, DON'T MISTAKE NON-PUBLIC CRITICISM FOR INACTION.

THE MANAGER, OUR COUNTY MANAGER, MY COLLEAGUE MR. NELSON.

WE'RE ALL ON THE PHONE GETTING THAT DONE WE TOOK AN OPPORTUNITY AS THE GOVERNOR TOURED THE SITE THAT HE SAW HOW CAPABLE OUR COUNTY WAS.

AND AS MR. NELSON PUT IT.

I DO BELIEVE THAT PATHWAY WILL GET US TO EFFECTIVENESS AND KNOW WE SHARE YOUR CONCERN AND WE ARE AS EAGER AS TO YOU PUSH IT FORWARD.

>> THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

>> MISS DAVIS WE HAVE ONE OTHER PERSON THAT SIGNED UP TO SPEAK IS HERE.

>> YES, SIR.

TRACY LITTLE.

>> HELLO, CAN YOU HEAR ME?

>> YES, MA'AM.

>> I'M TRACY LITTLE.

A HENRICO RESIDENT OF TWO YEARS.

I WANTED TO THANK YOU MR. MUNOZ A EXCELLENT POINT ONE OF THE QUESTIONS I WANTED TO ASK, HOW ARE WE REACHING OUT TO THE MARGAINALIZED MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY.

MAKE SURE THEY ARE GETTING VACCINATIONS.

AND I HAVE A QUESTION OF ACCESSIBILITY FOR THE MEETING.

I FOUND OUT ABOUT THIS BY ACCIDENT.

AND TO SECOND THE QUESTION ABOUT TRANSPARENCY.

I DON'T KNOW WHERE TO SIGN UP.

WHERE -- I WAS ON TWITTER YESTERDAY SAYING WE HAVE A RACEWAY WHY ARE WE NOT USING IT THEN I FIND OUT THAT IS IN LINE WITH YOUR THINKING THAT'S NICE TO KNOW BUT I MEAN -- FOR ACCESSIBILITY I APPRECIATE THE ABILITY TO BE ABLE TO CALL INTO THE MEETING BUT NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW OR HOW TO GET IN ON COMMENTS.

>> SO, MISS LITTLE I CAN HELP YOU.

I'M GLAD YOU MENTIONED CAN YOU FOLLOW THE SITES ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER AND OUR SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS AND SIGN UP FOR THE NOTIFICATIONS, YOU WILL GET THOSE ON THE PHONE.

I BELIEVE THAT YOU CAN, CAN THEY REGISTER TO BE ON A E-MAIL LIST FOR NOTIFICATIONS?

>> SO, IF YOU GO TO THE WEB SITE ONE OF THE THINGS THAT WE DID A NUMBER OF YEARS AGO ONE OF THE FEW LOCALITIES THE BOARD OF STORES THIS MEET SOMETHING RIGHT ON THE FRONT PAGE.

ONE OF THE EARLY PICKS.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS AT ALL ABOUT A PUBLIC MEETING FEEL FREE TO REACH OUT TO ME TAN THAT HARDING ANYONE BUT THEY MEET EVERY TWO WEEKS.

THERE IS A SCHEDULE THAT'S PUBLISHED EVERY JANUARY IT IS CONSISTENT THROUGHOUT THE YEAR BUT IF YOU -- IF WOULD YOU LIKE.

SHOOT ME AN E-MAIL I'LL SEND YOU THAT.

VIT AT HENRICO.USVIT.

>> ONE MORE THING ABOUT THE RACEWAY I'M GLAD YOU MENTIONED THAT'S A GOOD SITE T IS A SPECTACULAR SITE.

WONDERFUL PARTNERS TO STAND UP WITH THE FOLKS AND PUT THAT TOGETHER.

THEY HAVE BEEN OUT THERE VACCINATING PEOPLE ALL LAST WEEK AND OUT THERE AGAIN STARTING TOMORROW.

AND WITH THE GOVERNOR OUT THERE LAST THURSDAY.

IT WAS ON EVERY NEWS CHANNEL IN THE NEWSPAPER AS WELL.

I THINK WE -- I KNOW WE PROMOTED IT ON SOCIAL MEDIA.

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I ECHO YOUR COMMENTS THE MOST WE CAN DO WOULD BE GREAT.

WE'LL DO THAT.

AND PARTICIPATE DO WHAT YOU CAN.

I WOULD GO TO THE GOVERNMENT NOW.

WE ARE ON TWITTER.

OUR MEETINGS ARE LIVE.

CAN YOU WATCH THEM ALL THAT GOOD STUFF.

AND WE -- I FEEL LIKE WE'RE TRANSPARENT.

WE TRY TO DO IF YOU HAVE A SUGGEST ON HOW WE CAN BE MORE TRANSPARENT.

LET US KNOW.

BUT WE'RE TRYING OUR BEST TO BE A TRANSPARENT BOARD.

I THINK THE NEWS MEDIA HAS BEEN REPORTING VACCINATIONS AT THE RACEWAY, ET CETERA.

SO I'M SORRY TO YOU ARE HEARING.

LET US KNOW ABOUT IT.

>> I WANT TO REACH OUT TO THE RICHMOND TIMES AND ASK THEM TO PUT MORE IN.

WE'RE FEEDING THEM THE INFORMATION AS WELL AS OUR SOCIAL MEDIA.

AND GET THEM TO PUSH -- PUSH THE REGULAR MEET YA TO GET THE INFORMATION OUT AS WELL.

BECAUSE WE ARE MAKING IT AVAILABLE.

WE ARE PUSHING IT OUT.

>> THANK YOU.

>> THANK YOU AGAIN FOR JOINING US.

>> MISS LITTLE, IF YOU WILL, I THINK IF YOU SEND YOUR E-MAIL AND CALL THE NUMBER ON THE WEB SITE.

I KNOW THE PR DIRECTOR WOULD WANT TO KNOW WHERE YOU GET YOUR INFORMATION SO HE CAN BE SURE THAT THE INFORMATION THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT'S INFORMATION IS POVERTIED ON WHAT THE LOCATIONS THAT YOU USE FOR YOUR NEWS.

BECAUSE APPARENTLY WE ARE LEAVING SOMETHING OUT.

I KNOW THAT WE HAVE COVERED MOST OF THE SITES BUT APPARENTLY WE'RE NOT HITTING THEM ALL WELL.

SO I THINK THE PR DIRECTOR, WILL GIVE YOU A CALL.

THANK YOU.

>> THANK YOU.

>>> THANK YOU AGAIN.

>> MISS DAVIS DOES THAT CLEAR US UP IN THE QUEUE? , THAT IS EVERYONE; WE THE GENERAL AGENDA WE HAVE A NUMBER OF ITEMS THE FIRST IS

[11. GENERAL AGENDA ]

[11a. 35-21 Resolution - Commending the Leadership of the Office of Emergency Management and Workplace Safety for the Coordinated Response of Henrico County to the COVID-19 Pandemic. ]

A 35-21.

THIS IS A RESOLUTION THIS IS AN ITEM IN A RESOLUTION THAT WAS ADOPTED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND AT YOUR RETREAT LAST SATURDAY.

THIS IS A RESOLUTION COMMENDING THE LEADERSHIP OF THE OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND WORK PLACE SAFETY FOR THE RESPONSE OF HENRICO COUNTY TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.

YOU READ THIS TO A NUMBER OF INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE WORKED TIRELESSLY.

THEY WILL BE THERE AT THE RACEWAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY SO THEY ARE GOING TO BE WORKING SOME LONG HOURS THIS WEEKEND.

MR. CHAIRMAN.

>> THANK YOU.

WE DID READ THIS AT OUR BOARD RETREAT.

THIS IS A GROUP OF INDIVIDUALS WHO JUST CONSISTENTLY ARE EAGER TO GET OUT THERE AND HELP.

THEY SHOW UP DAY IN AND OUT.

I WAS WITH A FEW OF THEM TODAY WHEN THEY FOUND OUT THE WORK WEEK WILL EXTEND INTO THE WEEKEND AND THEY WERE THRILLED ABOUT IT.

AND THEY LIT UP WHEN THEY FOUND OUT THEY CAN WORK THIS WEEKEND.

SO, I WOULD ENTERTAIN A MOTION ON THIS RESOLUTION.

>> MOVE THE RESOLUTION.

>> SECOND.

>> MOTION BY BRANIN AND NELSON.

IT CARRIED.

>> NEXT MR. CHAIRMAN IS THE NUMBER 36-21 A RESOLUTION.

THIS IS A RECEIPT OF FY 2020 AUDIT RESULTS FOR FEDERAL AND STATE COMPLIANCE

[11b. 36-21 Resolution - Receipt of FY 2020 Audit Results for Federal and State Compliance Reports. ]

REPORTS.

MISS COATS.

>> 36-21 IS THE SECOND PIECE OF THE FISCAL 2020 AUDIT THAT COVERS COMPLIANCE WITH REGULATIONS REGARDING STATE AND FEDERAL FUNDS.

WE RECEIVED A CLEAN AUDIT MEANING THE AUDITOR FOUNDED WE COMPLIED IN ALL MATERIAL RESPECTS WITH THE FUNDING GUIDELINES.

WE HAVE SPENDED OUR CARES ACT ALLOCATIONS.

WE WERE THE FIRST IN THE STATE TO DO SO.

I'M EXCITED TO WASH MY HANDS OF THE CARES ACT TALK FOR A WHILE I'M HAPPY TO TAKE QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE.

>> ANY QUESTIONS FOR MISS COATS?

>> MISS COATS, GREAT JOB BY THE FINANCE TEAM ON THE USE OF THOSE CARES DOLLARS AND PUTTING THEM TO USE AND THE STAFF.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH; THANK YOU.

>> MOVE THE REGULAR.

>> SECOND.

>> MOTION MADE BY MISS O'BANNON.

SECONDED.

IT CARRIED.

>> NEXT MR. CHAIRMAN IS THE NUMBER 37-21 I BELIEVE THIS IS DONE ON WEBEX.

[11c. 37-21 Resolution - Approval of Second Amendment - FY2019 and FY2020 Community Services Board Performance Contract between Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services and Henrico Area Mental Health & Developmental Services Board. ]

[01:35:07]

>> SHE IS RIGHT HERE.

>> THERE YOU ARE.

>> OKAY.

>> TOMORROW ON FORWARD AND TELL THE BOARD 37-21.

SORRY I DIDN'T SEE YOU.

>> AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD.

ON SEPTEMBER 25TH, 2018 THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS APPROVED A CONTRACT FOR A FISCAL YEAR 2019 AND 2020 BETWEEN THE VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND HENRICO MENTAL HEALTH DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES.

THERE WAS AN AMENDMENT TO EXTEND FROM JUNE 30TH TO DECEMBER 312020.

THE PARTIES HAVE NEGOTIATED A SECOND AMENDMENT TO EXTEND THE END OF THE CONTRACT OF THE TERM FROM DECEMBER 31, 2020 TO JUNE 30TH, 2021.

A NEW CONTRACT IS PREPARED FOR FISCAL YEAR 2021.

AND 2022.

THE HENRICO AREA COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD APPROVED THE SECOND AMENDMENT ON JANUARY 21ST.

AND RECOMMENDS APPROVAL BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE HENRICO BEHAVIORAL MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES AND RECOMMENDS AND THE COUNTY MANAGER CONCURS.

I'M HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS.

>> ANY QUESTIONS FOR LAURA?

>> MOVE THE RESOLUTION.

>> SECOND.

>> MOTION MADE AND THOSE IN FAVOR SAY AYE.

[11d. 38-21 Resolution - Award of Contract - Design and Engineering Services - Taylor Park - Varina District. ]

>> ANY OPPOSED?

>> THE RESOLUTION CARRIES.

>> THANK YOU.

>> 38-21 IS A RESOLUTION THIS IS A PROJECT MR. LUTHER HAS BEEN WORKING ON FOR A QUITE A WHILE.

AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR DESIGN AND ENGINEERING SERVICES.

THRILL IS TAYLOR PARK IN THE VARINA DISTRICT.

>> MR. LUTHER.

>> THANK YOU.

MR. CHAIRMAN, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD.

MANAGER INDICATED THIS IS A CONSIDERATION OF A CONTRACT AWARD TO BEGIN DESIGN SERVICES TO IMPLEMENT THE TAYLOR PARK PROPERTY IN THE VARINA DISTRICT.

APPROVAL OF THE CONTRACT OUGHT RISED EXECUTION WITH TIMMONS GROUP IN THE AMOUNT OF 1,674,$572.

THAT IS FULL -- IS A TWO PHASE DESIGN SERVICES SO IT INCLUDES FULL MASTER PLANNING IT HAS TO GO THROUGH A COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT AND COME BACK TO THE BOARD FOR AN AN AD MASTER PLAN AND TRANSITION INTO THE DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION AND CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION ALL COVERED UNDER THE CONTRACT.

APPROVAL OF THE CONTRACT WOULD START A TIME LINE TO COMPLETE THE PARK AND OWN THE PARK TO THE PUBLIC IN JUNE OF 2023.

AND TAYLOR PARK WOULD BECOME THE NEW MAJOR PARK IN THE VARINA DISTRICT.

I'LL BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE.

>> TWO QUESTIONS FOR YOU MR. LUTHER.

$16 MILLION THE FIRST PHASE?

>> 16.5 MILLION IS THE DESIGN TO BUDGET THE CONTRACT IS BASED OFF OF.

>> SO THE TARGET THE HOPE WOULD BE WHEN WE OPEN BY JUNE 23, WHATEVER PHASE 1 LOOKS LIKE, THE HOPE IS TO HAVE IT ALL COMPLETED BY JUNE 23, YES, SIR.

EVERYTHING THAT'S FUNDED OUT OF THE 2016 BOND AUTHORIZATION WOULD BE OPEN AND ACTIVE AT THAT TIME.

>> WITH ENWE FIRST -- FIRST STARTED TALKING ABOUT THIS, HOW MANY PHASES WERE WE THINKING? THAT'S UP TO THE COMMUNITY.

>> THAT'S UP TO THE COMMUNITY AND THE PROCESS AND WHAT GOES INTO THE MASTER PLAN AND THE LONG RANGE COST IMPLY CAGESS OF THAT.

>> GREAT.

>> THE COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT PROPOSES WAS, WHAT IS THE TARGET TIME YOU THINK?

>> APPROVAL WE'RE READY TO BEGIN A KICKOFF MEETING AND THEN WITH YOU AND THEN BEGIN, BEGINNING WITH VIRTUAL MEETINGS WITH THE COMMUNITY AS SOON AS THE MIDDLE END OF THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY.

>> HOW LONG DID YOU DO IT AT GLOVER THE FIRST THE COMMUNITY PART OF IT.

>> WE DID THE PLAN PROCESS TOOK ABOUT THREE MONTHS START TO FINISH.

>> HOW MUCH TIME DO YOU NEED?

>> WE WOULD LIKE TO HAVE THE MASTER PLAN BEFORE THE BOARD BY THE SUMMER FOR ADOPTION IN ORDER TO KEEP TO THE SCHEDULE TO ALLOW US TO AWARD A CONTRACT AND BEGIN CON STRUCK IN EARLY NEXT YEAR.

>> WE NEED TO -- OKAY.

>> WE NEED TO MACK SURE MAKE SURE THEY ARE HERE BEFORE THE PUBLIC.

THAT'S ALL I HAVE.

>> ANY OTHER QUESTIONS?

>> SEEING NOON.

MR. NELSON.

YOU WANT TO MOVE IT.

>> SO MOVE THE RESOLUTION.

>> SECOND.

>> SECOND BY NELSON AND SECONDED BY O'BANNON.

THE RESOLUTION CARRIES.

THANK YOU, SIR.

>> NEXT IS THE 39-21 THIS IS A RESOLUTION FOR AWARD OF CONTRACT.

THIS IS ANNUAL UNIDIRECTIONAL FLUSHING MAINTENANCE SERVICES; THANK

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YOU.

MR. CHAIRMAN, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD.

THE PAPER AWARDS THE CONTRACT TO HYDROMAX FOR UNIDIRECTIONAL FLUSHING MAINTENANCE SERVICES TO CLEAN AND SCOUR FOR THE WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.

THE INITIAL CONTRACT PERIOD WILL BE THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2021 WITH AN OPTION TO RENEW UP TO TWO ADDITIONAL ONE-YEAR PERIODS WITH THE INVITATION TO BID.

[11e. 39-21 Resolution - Award of Contract - Annual Unidirectional Flushing Maintenance Services. ]

ON NOVEMBER 19, 2020.

TWO BIDS WERE SUBMITTED.

THIS AWARDS THE CONTRACT OF HYDRO MAX AND THE SIGNATORY TO THE MANAGER TO EXECUTE THE CONTRACT AND APPROVED BY THE COUNTY ATTORNEY.

THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC UTILITIES RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF THIS PAPER AND THE COUNTY MANAGER CONCURSMENT ILL WILL BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS.

>> WHY WERE THE BIDS SO DIFFERENT?

>> THE COMPANY HAS WORKED WITH US BEFORE.

AND I BELIEVE THEY HAVE A BETTER SENSE OF THEOVER ALL PROJECT; THEY DID NOT LEAVE SOMETHING OUT? , THEY DIDN'T.

>> AND THIS BID IS IN LINE WITH THEIR PREVIOUS WORK.

>> OKAY.

>> MOVE THE RESOLUTION.

>> MOTION MADE BY O'BANNON.

SECONDED BY MR. THORNON.

THE RESOLUTION CARRIES.

>> AND THE NEXT IS 40-21.

THE RESOLUTION FOR AWARD OF CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT, THIS IS THE ROCKY BRANCH TRUNK SEWER AND ABELIA ROAD SEWER REPLACE.

THIS IS IN THE BROOKLAND DISTRICT.

IF YOU LOOK AT THAT SPREAD AT WELL YOU SEE A NUMBER OF BIDDERS GOING FROM $3.7 MILLION TO 7.4 MILLION.

MR. CHAIRMAN.

>> THANK YOU.

>> MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, THIS PAPER WAS AWARD A CONTRACT TO KELL VIC CONSTRUCTION COMPANY FOR $3.7 MILLION.

THE ROCKY BRANCH TRUNK SEWER AND ABELIA ROAD SEWER PROJECT.

IT WILL MAINTAIN THE RELIABILITY SYSTEM AND REPLACING SEWER PIPES ARTICLINGLY SINCE THE 1960S.

THE WORK WILL START IN APRIL 2021 AND COMPLETED BY AUGUST 2022.

FUNDING FOR THE CONTRACT WILL BE PROVIDED BY THE WATER AND SEWER REVENUE FUND.

SIX BIDS WERE RECEIVED IN 2020.

BASED ON A REVIEW OF THIS KELL VIC CONSTRUCTION IS THE LOWEST RESPONSIVE AND RESPONSIBLE BIDDER.

THE BOARD PAPER WOULD GRANT SIGNATORY AUTHORITY TO THE COUNTY MANAGER TO AUTHORIZE AND AUTHORIZE THE MANAGER OR PURCHASING DIRECTOR.

AND CHANGE ORDERS IN THE SCOPE OF THE PROJECT.

AND 15% OF THE CONTRACTED AMOUNTS.

AND THE PURCHASING DIRECTOR RECOMMEND APPROVAL.

THE COUNTY MANAGER CONDITION CURES.

I'M BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS.

>> ANY QUESTIONS?

>> MOVE THE RESOLUTION.

>> THE A MOTION MADE, SECONDED.

THOSE AAYE.

>> ANY OPPOSED.

>> THE RESOLUTION CARRIES.

>>> THE FINAL ITEM IS 41-21.

THIS IS A RESOLUTION TO FOR AWARD OF CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT.

FOR THE WATER RECLAMATION FACILITY.

THE DIGESTER BOILER BURNER REPLACEMENT PROJECT.

THIS IS IN THE VARINA DISTRICT.

>> COULD YOU JUST WHAT DOES A DIGESTER BOILER BURNER DO?

>> SO, THE DIGEST SER THE ORGANIC PROCESS THAT BREAKS DOWN WASTEWATER.

AND IT IS -- IT NEEDS TO BE HEATED IN ORDER TO DO SO.

AND THIS PROJECT HELPS US TO REPLACE SOME AGING INFRASTRUCTURE TO CONTINUE TO DO THAT.

>> THE BOILER BOILS WHAT COMES IN THROUGH THE SEWER.

>> IT BOILS WHAT COMES IN THROUGH THE SEWER?

>> THE WASTEWATER.

>> WASTEWATER.

>> IT HEATS UP THE ORGANISM THAT BREAKS DOWN THE WASTEWATER.

AND SO IT -- WE NEED THE HEAT AND IT GENERATES THE METHANE GAS WHICH WE BURN

[11f. 40-21 Resolution - Award of Construction Contract - Rocky Branch Trunk Sewer & Abelia Road Sewer Replacement - Brookland District. ]

OFF OR WE RECIRCULATE THE HEAT AND HEAT THE OTHER FACILITIES AT THE PLANT.

>> THIRD GRADERS LOVE THIS STUFF.

>> WHEN THIS IS OFFER.

WE WOULD LOVE TO HAVE THEM OUT.

THANK YOU MR. MANAGER MEMBERS OF THE BOARD.

THIS BOARD PAPER WAS FOR 356961 THE CAPITAL BOILER WORKS TO INSTALL BURNERS.

AND REGULATORS, PIPING AND CELLS FOR THREE DIGESTER BOILERS.

THE PROJECT WILL ALLOW MORE GAS CONSUMPTION THAT ARE HOT WATER AND EFFICIENCY LESS FUEL OIL CONSUMPTION AND BETTER CONTROL OF THE HOT WATER TEMPERATURES.

THEWORK WILL START IN MARCH OF 2021.

AND WILL BE COMPLETED BY SEPTEMBER OF 2021.

FUNDING FOR THE CONTRACT WILL BE PROVIDED BY THE WATER AND SEWER REVENUE FUND.

FOUR BIDS WERE RECEIVED NOVEMBER 2020.

BASED ON THE REVIEW.

CAPITAL BOILER WORKS IS THE LOWEST RESPONSIVE AND RESPONSIBLE BIDDER.

THIS AWARDS TO CAPITAL BOILER WORKS AND GRANTS SIG TORE AUTHORITY TO THE COUNTY MANAGER TO EXECUTE THE CONTRACT AND APPROVED BY THE COUNTY ATTORNEY.

THE MANAGER OR THE PURCHASING DIRECTOR IS AUTHORIZED EXECUTE CHANGE ORDERS WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THE BUDGET NOT TO EXCEED 15% OF THE ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT.

THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC UTILITIES AND RECOMMENDS APPROVAL FOR THE PAPER AND THE COUNTY MANAGER CONCURS.

AND ANSWER ANY ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE.

>> MOVE THE RESOLUTION.

>> MOTION MADE BY O'BANNON.

SECONDED BY THORNTON.

IN FAVOR AAYE.

>> OPEN OPPOSED?

[11g. 41-21 Resolution - Award of Construction Contract - Water Reclamation Facility- Digester Boiler Burner Replacement Project - Varina District. ]

>> MR. MANAGER?

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>> NO OTHER BUSINESS THIS EVENING MR. CHAIRMAN; THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

>> ANY CLOSING COMMENTS?

>> SEEING NONE.

GOOD NIGHT.

EVERYONE.

THANK YOU.

(MEETING ADJOURNED)

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