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TESTING.

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>> GOOD EVENING AND WELCOME TO THE HEBHENTHE HENRICO SUPERVISOG AND THE CHAIRS ARE SIX FEET APART IF EVERYBODY WOULD BE MINDFUL OF THAT AND SOCIAL DISTANCING.

WE ALSO ASK THAT IF YOU ARE IN THE LOWER PART OF THE ROOM THAT YOU DO WEAR A MASK.

HETHANK YOU FOR FOLLOWING OURSA. FOR EVERYONE WHO IS WATCHING BOTH ON THE COMPUTER AND LIVE STREAM, WE WILL BE HAVING DURING OUR PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU CAN AND YOU CAN GO ON THE BOARD OF SUPERVISOR AT THE HENRICO PAGE AND CLICK ON THE "BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' MEETING" AND SCROLL DOWN AND CLICK ON THE WEB-EX EVENT AND THEN A PLEASANT MODERATOR WILL COME ON AND TELL YOU WHEN IT IS YOUR TURN TO SPEAK. WITH THAT EVERYONE OUTSIDE THE ROOM, PLEASE JOIN US BY STANDING FOR THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE AND THEN REMAIN STANDING FOR THE INVOCATION. TONIGHT'S INVOCATION WILL BE BY T.BRYSON SMITH SENIOR PASTOR OF

GOOD SHEPHARD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. >> PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE]

[1. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE ]

>> WOULD YOU PRAY WITH ME? MOST HOLY AND LOVING GOD, WE GIVE THANKS FOR THE OPPORTUNITY WE HAVE TONIGHT AS WE COME TOGETHER WITH GREAT CARE AND CONSIDERATION FOR OUR COMMUNITY.

[2. INVOCATION ]

WE GIVE THANKS TO THE MEMBERS OF THE HENRICO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND THE GREAT PEOPLE COMMITTED TO OUR COMMUNITY AND THEIR WORK FOR OUR SHARED PROGRESS, SAFETY, AND GROWTH.

WE TRUST IN THE GIFT AND POWER OF HOPE, EVEN IN THE MIDST OF BROKENNESS, DIVISION, AND GLOBAL PANDEMIC FEARS. FOR THE DECISIONS THEY MAKE, THE CONVERSATIONS THEY HAVE, AND THE OPPORTUNITY BEFORE THEM. GIVE THEM WISDOM AND UNDERSTANDING.

WE KNOW THEY ARE HERE BECAUSE THEY CARE FOR OUR COMMUNITY. BIND THEM TOGETHER IN UNITY,

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EVEN THOUGH THEY MAY DISAGREE TO HELP SERVE THE PEOPLE OF HENRICO COUNTY.

GIVE THESE LEADERS THE STRENGTH TO WORK FOR PROGRESS AND UNITY SO THEY WILL NOT FALL VICTIM TO PARTISANSHIP. GIVE THEM COURAGE TO WORK FOR JUSTICE AND RIGHTEOUSNESS FOR THE COUNTY LEADING OUR GREATER METRO AREA AND COMMONWEALTH. WE PRAY FOR THE PEOPLE OF OUR COMMUNITY THAT THEY MAY KNOW THEY MATTER AND HAVE WORTH, MAY THE PEOPLE OF OUR COMMUNITY KNOW THAT THEY ARE CARED FOR AND NOT OVERLOOKED. BRING HEALING AND HOPE TO US AS WE WORK. MAKE ALL OF US INSTRUMENTS OF YOUR PEACE, OH, GOD.

WHERE THERE IS HATRED, LET US GO LOVE OF NEIGHBOR. WHERE THERE IS DARKNESS, MAY WE ALL BRING LIGHT SO THAT ALL MAY SEE AND BE SEEN. ALL OF THIS WE ASK IN YOUR NAME.

AMEN. >> AMEN. >> THANK YOU.

>> THANK YOU, SIR. I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE ONE SECOND AND APOLOGIZE TO EVERYONE THAT IS WATCHING BY LIVE STREAM AND POSSIBLY IN THE LOBBY. WE STARTED SEVEN MINUTES LATE TODAY. WE HAD A WORK SESSION THAT HAD THREE TOPICS THAT RAN A LITTLE LONG. SO I APOLOGIZE FOR THE LATE DELAY.

MR. MANAGER? >> MR. CHAIRMAN, WE MOVE INTO APPROVAL OF MINUTES.

WE HAVE A REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM THE REGULAR AND SPECIAL MEETINGS OF SEPTEMBER 22ND, 2020 AS WELL AS THE AUGUST 24TH SPECIAL MEETING. A MOTION WOULD BE IN ORDER.

[3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES – September 22, 2020, Regular and Special Meetings; and August 24, 2020, Special Meeting Minutes ]

>> MOVE FOR APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES. >> SECOND.

>> THAT WAS MADE BY MS. AMANDON. ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE. >> AYE.

>> >> CHAIRPERSON: APPROVED. >> MR. CHAIRMAN I HAVE WANT TO

[4. MANAGER’S COMMENTS ]

GO AHEAD WITH THE HENRICO COUNTY SCHOOLS. AS SUPERINTENDENT, I WANT TO SAY I APPRECIATE YOUR COMING OUT TO MAKE THOSE PRESENTATIONS. SO I'LL ASK STEVEN TO COME FORWARD. IF YOU WOULD COME FORWARD WITH ALL OF THE OTHER FOLKS FROM PUBLIC WORKS. I WANT TO RECOGNIZE MEMBERS OF THE BOARD FOR THOSE OF YOU THAT ARE WATCHING ONLINE, FOR THOSE THAT ARE IN THE AUDIENCE. EVERY NOW AND AGAIN WE PAUSE AND RECOGNIZE THE SERVICE OF OUR EMPLOYEES. SO THIS YOUNG MAN, WE HAVE AN INCREDIBLE STORY IF YOU WILL. STEVEN IS A TRANSPORTATION SPECIALIST IN THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. AND THIS WHOLE STORY CAME TO ME FROM A LETTER THAT WAS SHARED -- THAT WAS SENT BY MS. KAREN FLETCHER. MS. FLETCHER SHARED THAT SHE WAS DRIVING HER VEHICLE ON SEPTEMBER THE 1ST AND SHE MADE A LEFT-HAND TURN ONTO STAPLES MILL. I WON'T REFERENCE THE CORNER STREET OR THE SIDE STREET.

BUT HER CAR WAS HIT DIRECTLY ON THE DRIVER'S SIDE, AND IT WAS SPUN INTO ONCOMING TRAFFIC BY A VAN THAT HAD RUN A RED LIGHT. SO MS. FLETCHER DESCRIBED THE SIGHTS, THE SOUNDS, THE SMELLS OF HER TERRIFYING EXPERIENCE AS SHE WAS TRAPPED BY PANIC INSIDE HER VEHICLE.

AND, AGAIN, THIS IS FROM HER LETTER. AND THAT'S WHY STEVEN KATHEN ENTERED THE STORY. SO MR. KATHEN, WHO MAINTAINED STREETS AND TRAFFIC SIGNS FOR OUR COUNTY HAD WITNESSED THE ACCIDENT. AND BEFORE ANY FIRST RESPONDERS WERE ABLE TO ARRIVE ON THE SCENE, HE PULLED HIS LARGE TRUCK, HIS WORK TRUCK IN FRONT OF MS. FLETCHER'S CAR TO BLOCK ONCOMING TRAFFIC. HE THEN CAME TO MS. FLETCHER'S VEHICLE ASKING ABOUT HER CONDITION AND ASSURING HER THAT HE WAS GOING TO HELP HER.

MR. KATHEN THEN PROCEEDED TO HELP MS. FLETCHER BY SHIFTING HER CAR INTO PARK.

HE CUT THE CAR'S AIR BAGS DOWN AND GENTLY REMINDED HER TO REMAIN STILL AND CALM SO SHE DIDN'T SUFFER ANY FURTHER INJURIES. MS. FLETCHER SHARED IN HER LETTER THAT SHE IS THANKFUL TO LIVE IN A COUNTY THAT HAS SUCH WONDERFUL EMPLOYEES, AND THAT EVERY TIME SHE SEES A STREET SIGN, SHE WILL BE -- AND THIS IS A DIRECT QUOTE -- REMINDED OF THE MAN WHO SAVED MY LIFE, STEVEN KATHEN. SO FOR THE BOARD'S INFORMATION, MR. KATHEN WAS PREVIOUSLY SPOTLIGHTED IN HIS WORK FOR TRAFFIC SERVICE IN A SEPTEMBER, 2019 PRODUCTION OF PUBLIC RELATIONS AND MEDIA SERVICES, THE VIDEO SERIES ON OUR HENRICO

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WAY OF PUBLIC SERVICE. SO THIS EVENING, STEVEN, I'D LIKE TO RECOGNIZE YOUR BRAVE AND COMPASSIONATE ACTIONS BY ADDING YOU INTO THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE HENRICO COUNTY MANAGERS' CIRCLE OF EXCELLENCE AND PUBLIC SERVICE ON BEHALF OF OUR COUNTY, AS WELL AS A SMALL TOKEN OF APPRECIATION THAT COMES FROM THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND MYSELF. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, EVERY NOW AND AGAIN, WE DO PAUSE AND WE SAY THANK YOU FOR THE THINGS THAT OUR EMPLOYEES DO, AND THIS WAS A -- ONE OF THOSE MOMENTS THAT I COULD NOT LET GO BY WITHOUT RECOGNIZING THE EFFORTS OF STEVEN. SO, STEVEN, IF YOU WOULD COME FORWARD, I CAN'T SHAKE OUR HAND OR HUG YOU, BUT -- THANK YOU, MR. COUNTY MANAGER. I DON'T REALLY HAVE A SPEECH SO I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO SAY.

I'M NOT USED TO BEING RECOGNIZED FOR GOOD BEHAVIOR OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT I'M GLAD SHE WAS OKAY.

I'M GLAD I WAS THERE FOR THE RIGHT SPOT, RIGHT TIME AND JUST THANK THE COUNTY AND THANK YOU,

GUYS, FOR LETTING ME BE EMPLOYED HERE. >> THANK YOU, STEVEN.

AND, STEVEN, MR. SCHMIDT'S GOT SOMETHING FOR YOU AS WELL. AND THANK YOU FOR -- FOR ALL OF

YOUR SERVICE THAT YOU DO FOR -- FOR OUR CITIZENS. >> THANK YOU.

>> THANK YOU. >> YES, SIR. >> MR. CHAIRMAN, MY SECOND COMMENT, I'M GOING TO BEGIN A COMMENT AND I'M GOING TO ASK MR. ANTHONY ROMENELO, OUR DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT TO SHARE. I'D LIKE TO SHARE SOME NEWS ABOUT SOME EXCEPTIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, BUSINESSES IN OUR BUSINESS COMMUNITY.

SO RECENTLY THE RICHMOND TIMES DISPATCH RELEASED THEIR LIST OF 2020 TOP WORKPLACES IN RICHMOND.

AND 30 OF OUR COUNTY BUSINESSES WERE RECOGNIZED ON THIS ELITE LIST.

THE NOMINATION PROCESS WAS OPEN TO ANY EMPLOYER, PRIVATE, PUBLIC, GOVERNMENT, NON-PROFIT, SURVEYS WERE CONDUCTED BY INTERGAUGE ON 114 BUSINESSES AND ORGANIZATIONS AND RESPONSES WERE COLLECTED FROM APPROXIMATELY 11 -- I'M SORRY 14,870 EMPLOYEES.

SO THOSE EMPLOYEES PROVIDED FEEDBACK ON THEIR WORKPLACES REGARDING TOPICS, SUCH AS VIEWS ON: LEADERSHIP, MANAGERS' PAY AND BENEFITS, TRAINING AND WORK/LIFE BALANCE.

THE SURVEY ALSO LOOKED AT FACTORS INCLUDING EMPLOYERS' COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND THEIR PROMOTION OF DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION. AND IF YOU WOULD COME FORWARD

YOU'LL SEE A LIST AS ANTHONY GOES THROUGH THIS. >> THANK YOU, MR. CHAIRMAN AND MANAGERS. I'D LIKE TO SHARE WITH YOU THE 30 BUSINESSES THAT WERE RANKED AS TOP WORKPLACES FOR HENRICO COUNTY. TWO OF THE MEGABUSINESSES TWO OF THE FOUR -- PATIENTFIRST AND T-MOBILE. SEVEN OF THE EIGHT LARGE BUSINESSES WERE RECOGNIZED, INCLUDING MCKESSON MEDICAL SURGICAL WHICH IS HEADQUARTERED HERE IN WESTERN HENRICO AND IT IS TRULY AT THE FRONT LINES OF OUR NATION'S RESPONSE TO THE CORONAVIRUS IN SUPPLYING MEDICAL SUPPLIES THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES.

IN THE MID-SIZE CATEGORY, WE HAD A NUMBER OF BUSINESSES IN THE COUNTY THAT WERE RECOGNIZED, AND YOU'LL SEE THEM ON THIS SLIDE HERE, INCLUDING DPR CONSTRUCTION WHICH IS HEADQUARTERED IN INNSBRUCK. THEY ARE BUILDING THE TECHNOLOGY CENTER AT THE PARK AS WELL AS OUR SMALLER ORGANIZATIONS. AND THE SMALLER COMPANIES YOU'LL SEE RECOGNIZED INCLUDING SPINNAKER CONSULT THING IS ALSO RECOGNIZED AS ONE OF THE FASTEST GROWING BUSINESSES AS WELL AS OTHER COMPANIES HERE IN HENRICO. WE DEFINITELY WANT TO CONGRATULATE THESE BUSINESSES WHO CONTINUE TO SUCCEED IN THESE VERY, VERY DIFFICULT TIMES. WE'RE PROUD OF THEIR OUTSTANDING

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BUSINESS -- ACCOMPLISHMENTS. AND WE'RE PROUD OF THE OPPORTUNITY THAT WE PROVIDE THEM HERE THROUGH YOUR LEADERSHIP AND THE COUNTY MANAGER'S BUSINESS AND LEADERSHIP FOR HELPING THEM

THRIVE HERE IN HENRICO. SO THANK YOU. >> THANK YOU.

DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY QUESTIONS FOR ANTHONY? NONE? THANK YOU.

MR. MANAGER? >> SO THE LAST COMMENT AND I'M GOING TO ASK DR. KASHWELL TO COME FORWARD AND ADDRESS THE COMMUNITY AND THE BOARD AND, DRR DOING THIS.

>> MR. MANAGER, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, THANK YOU FOR THE TIME TO COME BACK AND UPDATE YOU ON WHAT IS HAPPENING WITH SCHOOLS. I THINK THE LAST TIME I WAS HERE LAST SEPTEMBER, SEPTEMBER 22ND. SO I HAVE TWO UPDATES SINCE THEN.

WE CONTINUE TO EXPAND OUR LIMITED IN-PERSON WITH OUR IN-LINE FORMAT ON OCTOBER THE 5TH. AND WE WERE PLEASED TO WELCOME BACK MANY OF OUR STUDENTS OR HANDS-ON INSTRUCTION. AND, OF COURSE, AT LAST THURSDAY'S SCHOOL BOARD MEETING, OUR HEALTH COMMITTEE PROVIDED ITS REGULAR UPDATE TO OUR SCHOOL BOARD AS WE BEGAN TO PLAN FOR THE SECOND NINE WEEKS. AND AS I SHARED BEFORE, THAT HEALTH COMMITTEE IS MONITORING THE REGIONAL PANDEMIC DATA AND IS COLLABORATING WITH VDH REGARDING THOSE DATA POINTS.

AND THEY'RE ALSO LOOKING AT A NUMBER OF OTHER FACTORS RELATED TO REOPENING.

WE'RE CONTINUING TO PREPARE OUR SCHOOL BUILDINGS FOR SAFE OPPORTUNITIES TO WELCOME BOTH STAFF AND STUDENTS IN-PERSON TO OUR BUILDINGS. AND SO THAT HEALTH COMMITTEE MEETS WEEKLY. IT WILL MEET AGAIN ON MONDAY, THIS COMING MONDAY AND THEN THAT SUBSEQUENT THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22ND, THEY'RE PREPARED TO MAKE A RECOMMENDATION TO THE BOARD BASED ON THE HEALTH METRICS THAT THEY'VE BEEN MONITORING RELATED TO HOW WE WILL APPROACH THE SECOND NINE WEEKS. THE SECOND NINE WEEKS BEGINS IN NOVEMBER, SO THAT ACTUALLY GIVES US A COUPLE OF WEEKS' LEAD TIME ABOUT THREE WEEKS FOR FAMILIES TO BE ABLE TO PREPARE, SHOULD THERE BE ANY CHANGE. NO MATTER WHAT MODEL THE TEAM WOULD RECOMMEND, THERE WOULD CONTINUE TO BE A FULLY VIRTUAL OPTION FOR STUDENTS WHO WOULD SELECT THAT.

AND SO WE'LL BE LOOKING FORWARD TO THAT RECOMMENDATION THAT WILL COME FORTH AGAIN ON OCTOBER 22ND FOR HOW WE'LL APPROACH THIS SECOND NINE WEEKS OF LEARNING, WHICH BEGINS ON NOVEMBER 16TH. I WOULD ALSO WANT TO PROVIDE A BIG THANK YOU AND A SHOUTOUT TO THOSE THAT WE CONTINUE TO COLLABORATE WITH REGARDING ANY NUMBER OF THINGS, ESPECIALLY IN REGARDS TO PPE ACQUISITION AND THAT SORT OF THING. PHENOMENAL TEAM WITH EOC, AS WELL AS THE FOLKS IN PURCHASING. I THINK WE'VE REALLY BENEFITED FROM THAT TREMENDOUS COLLABORATION. AND SO THANKS TO THOSE TEAMS FOR THEIR TIPPED EFFORTS TO ASSIST US. WE'VE CONTINUED TO WORK ON REIMAGINING OUR SPACES OR PHYSICAL DISTANCING INSIDE OF OUR SCHOOL BUILDINGS, ADDING PROTECTIVE DESK COVERINGS, CLEAR ACRYLIC COVERINGS, PLEXIGLAS THROUGHOUT OUR BUILDINGS, NOT JUST IN CLASSROOMS, BUT SPACES LIKE OUR OFFICES, EXAMINING AIR VENTILATION AND MORE. SO WE CONTINUE TO WORK THROUGH THOSE PREPAREDNESS EFFORTS AND THEY HAD NOTED REDISTRICTING. THE LAST TIME I SHARED THAT WITH YOU THAT HAD BEEN ON PAUSE DUE TO THE CIRCUMSTANCES SO THAT HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED.

THE BOARD DID ASK THAT STAFF LOOKED AT THREE SPECIFIC WHAT THEY CALLED HOT SPOTS TO ADDRESS IN THE NEAR FUTURE. WE DON'T HAVE ANY IMMINENT PLANS FOR THAT AND WOULD ENGAGE THE PUBLIC REGARDING SOLUTIONS FOR THE THREE HOT SPOTS THAT WERE IDENTIFIED.

AND THAT WAS LOOKING AT HOW TO EFFECTIVELY UTILIZE NEW CAPACITY THAT WILL BE AVAILABLE IN THE FALL OF '21 WITH THE EXPANSION OF HOLIDAY MEANTARY OPEN SO EFFECTIVELY UTILIZING THAT SPACE. AND ONE OF THE SOLUTIONS INVOLVES LOOKING AT MOVING SOME PRE-K PROGRAMMING THERE. THAT'S AT OTHER BROOKLYN SCHOOLS.

ALSO LOOKING AT OVER CAPACITY ISSUES IN THE DISTRICT BOTH AT COLONIAL TRAIL AND RIVERS' EDGE ELEMENTARY. SO LOOKING AT HOW WE MIGHT EXAMINE TO ALLEVIATE THAT AS WELL AS EXAMINING THE FEEDER PATTERN AT THE MIDDLE SCHOOL, AND AT QUIOCCASIN MIDDLE.

AND THAT IS THE UPDATE. I WILL TAKE ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MIGHT HAVE.

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>> CHAIRMAN: THANK YOU. DOES ANYONE HAVE A QUESTION FOR DR. KASHWELL?

>> OKAY. >> I'VE GOT TWO QUESTIONS. DR. KASHWELL, I KNOW YOU'RE WORKING HARD. EVERY TIME BEFORE YOU COME BEFORE US, I WANT TO SAY THAT WE

APPRECIATE IT. >> THANK YOU. >> AND ARE YOU GUYS READY PHYSICALLY IN THE BUILDING FOR STUDENTS TO RETURN? THAT'S THE FIRST QUESTION.

SECOND IF QUESTION I'VE SEEN AND CLEARLY IT'S FROM A SMALL GROUP OF TEACHERS ON SOCIAL MEDIA WHO HAS SEEN AND I THINK THAT THEY WROTE ABOUT IT. THERE WERE SOME TEACHERS WHO WERE CONCERNED ABOUT RETURNING. I'VE OPINION ACTUALLY SEEN SPECIFICALLY TEACHERS WHO ARE WORRIED ABOUT BEING ABLE TO MANAGE VIRTUAL AND IN-CLASS STUDENTS AT THE SAME TIME.

>> SURE. >> WHAT THAT LOOKS LIKE FROM A STRESS LEVEL AND A WORKLOAD LEVEL. AND THEN THE THIRD THING IS -- AND I GUESS IT'S JUST A MESSAGE FOR THE SCHOOL BOARD IF ANY OF THEM ARE WATCHING. I KNOW THAT THEY ARE GETTING INDATED WITH COMMENTARY ABOUT WHETHER TOP RETURN, NOT TOP RETURN WILL.

DR. AVULA JUST LEFT US DURING A WORK SESSION AND TALKED ABOUT HOW THE VIRUS, FROM A PERCENTAGE WISE, IS HIM PACTING, BASED UPON A GENERAL RULE, POPULATION, AFRICAN-AMERICAN AND LATINO COMMUNITIES MORE. AND SO I KNOW THERE ARE ORGANIZED EFFORTS AND THOSE ORGANIZED EFFORTS MAY BE COMING MORE FROM THE PARTICULAR SECTION OF THE COMMUNITY.

BUT I'M JUST HOPING THAT YOU GUYS ARE GOING TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THAT THE VIRUS IS HAVING AN IMPACT AND THAT YOU CONTINUE TO FOCU FOLK BE SENSITIVE TO THD IF YOU REMEMBER THE QUESTION.

>> YES. AND THIS IS AN INCREDIBLY COMPLEX SITUATION.

AND SO WE RECOGNIZE THAT THERE IS PROBABLY NO APPROACH WE CAN TAKE IN THIS SCHOOL YEAR OR HAVE TAKEN TO THIS SCHOOL YEAR THAT IS PERFECT, OR THAT WE KNOW SCHOOL TO BE.

SO WE'VE HAD GREAT SUCCESS MAKING CONNECTION WAS OUR STUDENTS AND MAINTAINING THEM VIRTUALLY BUT THAT, IN AND OF ITSELF IS INHERENTLY FLAWED IN A NUMBER OF WAYS.

WE KNOW STUDENTS WERE NOT ABLE TO CONNECT WITH. SO WE MAINTAIN A STRONG ANCHORING IN OUR CORE PURPOSE WHICH IS TO SERVE OUR STUDENTS AND NOT ONLY ACADEMICALLY BUT SOCIALLY AND WE WANT TO CONTINUE TO DO THAT IN ANY MANNER AS SAFETY ALLOWS.

SO ANY APPROACH WE'RE GOING TO TAKE TO DOING THAT IS GOING PRIORITIZE THE SAFETY OF OUR STAFF AND OUR COMMUNITY. SO THE APPROACH WE TOOK INTO THE FIRST NINE WEEKS WAS VERY MUCH REFLECTIVE OF ALL OF THOSE THINGS, LOOKING AT NOT ONLY THE HEALTH DATA AT THE TIME IN THE REGION BUT ALSO THE AVAILABILITY OF THE PROTECTIVE MEASURES AND OUR AVAILABILITY TO PUT THOSE INTO PLACE IN THE CLASSROOM. SO WE'RE AT A POINT ON OCTOBER 22ND WHERE WE'RE GOING TO REEVALUATE WHERE WE ARE AND THAT INCLUDES LOOKING AT THE HEALTH DATA.

AND THAT INCLUDES RECOMMENDATIONS ANCHORED THERE. AS WELL AS YOU MENTIONED HOW PREPARED ARE WE? HOW READY ARE WE? WE'RE AT A MUCH DIFFERENT PLACE IN THE SCHOOL YEAR WHEN IT COMES TO ACQUIRING THE PPE NEEDED. WE HAVE A SUPPLY THAT, IN HAND, TAKES US THROUGH WINTER BREAK. AND, YOU KNOW, THAT REORDERING CHAIN IS SOMETHING THAT WE NEED TO LEVERAGE AND BE CONFIDENT TO KEEP THOSE MATERIALS ON HAND. WE ALSO RECOGNIZE THERE ARE A WIDE VARIETY OF CIRCUMSTANCE WAS OUR INDIVIDUAL FAMILIES AND WITH OUR STAFF MEMBERS.

SO WE'RE WORKING TO UNDERSTAND THOSE AND ADDRESS THOSE. WE DID OFFER A QUESTIONNAIRE TO OUR FAMILIES AND OUR STAFF TO GAUGE INTEREST IN WHAT THEY MIGHT -- WHAT THEIR PREFERENCE MIGHT BE RELATED TO ANY SORT OF INCREASEDS IN-PERSON LEARNING. AND WE CAN USE THAT 0 TO HELP US WITH OUR PLANNING. AND SO WE'LL LOOK TO SHARE THAT DATA IN THE COMING WEEK AS WELL.

CERTAINLY, A COMPLEX ISSUE AND SAFETY IS FIRST AND FOREMOST ON OUR MINDS AS WE WOULD MAKE ANY

RECOMMENDATION TO INCREASE IN-PERSON LEARNING. >> AND I WANT TO SAY THANK YOU.

YOU WERE HERE OCTOBER 22ND, OCTOBER 13TH. YOU'LL RECEIVE A HEALTH UPDATE

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AND OUR NEXT MEETING IS NOVEMBER 7TH. I DARE SAY YOU'LL BE BACK.

AND I DIDN'T WANT TO MISS THE OPPORTUNITY TO SAY THANK YOU. I KNOW THE ANOTHER NIGHT.

THE VALUE YOU BRING HERE IS IMPORTANT. >> HAPPY TO DO IT.

THANK YOU FOR ALLOWING THE OPPORTUNITY. >> DR. KASHWELL, I'VE RECEIVED A TREMENDOUS NUMBER OF E-MAILS AND PHONE CALLS AND REQUESTS FROM PARENTS ASKING IS THERE ANY WAY -- I KNOW IT'S DIFFICULT TO HAVE BOTH VIRTUAL AND IN-SCHOOL AT THE SAME TIME.

BUT IS THERE ANY WAY THAT PARENTS COULD HELP IN MAKING IN CHOICE? BECAUSE THERE'S SO MANY OUT THERE THAT REALLY FEEL THEIR CHILDREN SHOULD BE IN SCHOOL. THE CHILDREN ARE HAVING DIFFICULTIES. I KNOW OF SEVERAL WHO HAVE TRIED TO HURT THEMSELVES, I'LL JUST SAY IT THAT WAY, BECAUSE THEY ARE SO CONCERNED THAT THEY'RE NOT GETTING HELP THEY NEED.

THERE'S BEEN A LOT OF TIMES WHERE THE SYSTEM WENT DOWN. I MEAN, I'VE GOTTEN A LOT OF CALLS ON THIS. IS THERE ANYTHING AT ALL THAT CAN BE DONE FOR THOSE CHILDREN THAT REALLY FEEL THEY NEED TO BE BACK IN CLASS, IN THEIR CLASSROOM?

>> WELL, CERTAINLY, ANY RECOMMENDATION FOR THE SECOND NINE WEEKS TO INCREASE IN-PERSON LEARNING IS GOING TO BE BASED ON THOSE FACTORS THAT I MENTIONED, INCLUDING THE HEALTH AND SAFETY IN OUR REGION. OUR RECOMMENDATION WILL COME FROM THE HEALTH COMMITTEE MONITORING THAT. AN WE'VE RECOGNIZED THAT FOR A NUMBER OF STUDENTS.

WE'VE EITHER HAD DIFFICULTY TO RECONNECTING THEM TO LEARNING THIS SCHOOL YEAR AND MAINTAINING THAT CONNECTION THROUGHOUT THE YEAR FOR ANY NUMBER OF REASONS, PARTICULARLY OUR YOUNGEST STUDENTS, OUR ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS, WHO ARE JUST SPEAKING ENGLISH FOR THE FIRST TIME, A NUMBER OF OUR STUDENTS WHO RECEIVE SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES.

SO WE HAVE PRIORITIZED IN THIS FIRST NINE WEEKS OPPORTUNITIES TO SERVE THOSE FOLKS IN PERSON.

AND I MENTIONED OUR CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION STUDENTS COMING BACK STARTING OCTOBER 5TH FOR SOME OF THE HANDS-ON COMPONENTS. WE'VE HAD THE YOUNGEST LEARNERS IN FOR PRE-K AND SOME OF TESTING THAT OUR TEACHERS DO AND AROUND THE AWARENESS IS BEST IN-PERSON.

SO WE'VE BEEN OFFERING THOSE ONE-ON-ONE OPPORTUNITIES. WE'LL BE LOOKING AT WAYS HOW WE MIGHT BE ABLE TO EXPAND THAT INCLUDING MORE PERSON ATTENDANCE IN THE NEXT NINE WEEKS.

>> AND WE RECOGNIZE THAT. >> AND WE WOULD OFFER THAT VIRTUAL AND WE'VE COMMITTED TO FAMILIES REALIZING THAT CIRCUMSTANCES MAY NECESSITATE THAT.

>> AND I'M REALLY REFLECTING THE FACT THAT THESE PARENTS, THAT'S WHAT THEY'RE TELLING ME; THAT THEIR CHILDREN WHO USED TO LOVE SCHOOL ARE JUST SO FRUSTRATED THEY -- THEY DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO. AND MANY OF THEM HAVE HIRED TUTORS THEY GET TOGETHER WITH OTHER CHILDREN. THEY KEEP THE KIDS INTERESTED AND EXCITED ABOUT SCHOOL.

AND THEY'RE -- THEY'RE GETTING DESPERATE. >> WE ARE HEARING SIMILAR CONCERNS AND WE HEAR THE CONCERNS OUT THERE AND BEING CONSIDERED OF THAT AND ANY PATH FORWARD. AND I WOULD ALSO MENTION, AS I SAID, NO MATTER WHAT SCENARIO THERE'S IMPERFECTIONS, SO THE IN-PLACE LEARNING SCENARIO LAST YEAR AND WHAT OUR KIDS HAVE COME TO KNOW WON'T BE EXACTLY THE SAME AS WE'RE RETURNING KIDS TO CAMPUSES.

THERE ARE CERTAINLY HURDLES AND CHALLENGES TO OVERCOME THERE. WE'VE BEEN SO APPRECIATIVE OF THE UNDERSTANDING AND OUR CONSTITUENTS, OUR FAMILIES, OUR STAFF HAVE EMPLOYED DURING THIS

INCREDIBLY COMPLEX AND CHALLENGING TIME. >> OKAY.

DR. KASHWELL, AGAIN, THANK YOU. AND YOU KNOW THAT WE DON'T HAVE THE ANSWERS.

SO YOU COMING IS APPRECIATED. >> WELL, I'M HAPPY TO DO IT ON THIS BOARD'S BEHALF FOR OUR

SCHOOLS AND HELPING TO MAKE THIS SCHOOL YEAR A SUCCESS. >> THANK YOU, AMY.

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>> THANK YOU. >> MR. CHAIRMAN, I HAVE NO OTHER COMMENTS THIS EVENING.

>> CHAIRMAN: OKAY. AT THIS TIME, SUPERVISOR COMMENTS? DOES ANYBODY HAVE ANY

COMMENTS THEY'D LIKE TO MAKE? >> I HAVE A FEW, MR. CHAIRMAN. >> CHAIRMAN: OKAY.

[5. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ COMMENTS ]

>> FIRST, SAD OUT OF THE BROOKLYN AREA, IT LOST A GIANT THIS WEEK WHEN OSWALD GASSER -- IF YOU DON'T KNOW OS WALD GASSER, YOU MIGHT KNOW BIG BOY. HE WAS CERTAINLY THE UNOFFICIAL MAYOR OF GLEN ALLEN. HE PASSED ON OCTOBER 2ND, ACTIVE MEMBER OF THE BAPTIST CHURCH AND SERVED OUR COUNTRY IN THE ARE KOREAN WAR. WILL.

AND A LOT OF ADVICE, WHETHER YOU KNEW IT OR NOT, WAS SHARED AT THE KITCHEN TABLE.

AND I WANT TO THANK THE MANAGER FOR BEING AT THAT KITCHEN TABLE. IT MEANT A LOT.

SECOND, I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO TOMORROW NIGHT. IN A SERIES OF BROOKLYN BEATS, VIRTUAL CONVERSATION WITH CONSTITUENTS. LOOKING IN TODAY'S DAY AND AGE AND THE TIMES THAT WE'RE IN EVERY SINGLE WAY WE CAN REACH OUT AND SPEAK WITH OUR CONSTITUENTS. I KNOW MY COLLEAGUES ARE DOING IT AND THE FIRST ONE IN A MONTHLY SERIES TOMORROW. IT IS AT 6:00 AND THE INFORMATION IS ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER, SOCIAL FEEDS. THANKS FOR COMING OUT. I WANT TO THANK MR. ENGLISH AN OPPORTUNITY FOR JOINING THE POLICE CHIEF. BESIDES DR. DANNY AVULA, HE IS THE NEXT ONE THERE. AND I DON'T KNOW IF THIS SESSION, THESE SESSIONS ARE STREAMED BUT I WANT TO BRING UP SOMETHING TO THE FOLKS AT HOME ABOUT WHAT WE TALKED ABOUT.

WE RECEIVED A SUBSTANTIAL UPDATE FROM MR. COAKLEY WHERE, IF I'M ACCURATE, 35% OF THE COUNTY HAS VOTED IN-PERSON OR REQUESTED AN ABSENTEE BALLOT ALREADY. SO KUDOS TO THE WORK THAT REGISTRAR'S OFFICE IS DOING. AND 40% OF THE COUNTY HAS ALREADY UPDATED.

THOSE ARE BIG NUMBERS H. AND WE GOT AN UPDATE FROM DR. DANNY AVULA, UPDATE ON THE COVID CRISIS. AND THEN WE HAD A INDOOR SPORTS AND CONVOCATIONS CENTER IN THE VIRGINIA COMMONS CENTER. IF YOU MISSED IT, REACH OUT TO& ANY OF US IF WE CAN GIVE YOU AN UPDATE. REALLY GOOD WORK SESSION AND THE NEW SPORTS CONVOCATION CENTER.

IT WOULD BE A TREMENDOUS BOONE BOON TOOUR COUNTY AND AS YOU KNT BUILDING IS BUILT NOT ONLY FLEXIBLE, FUNCTIONAL FOR THE FUTURE AND IN A FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE WAY FOR OUR RESIDENTS. I WANT TO TELL BUT THAT AND, MR. CHAIRMAN, THAT IS ALL I

HAVE. >> CHAIRMAN: THANK YOU, MR. SCHMIDT.

DO YOU HAVE ANYTHING? >> I DO HAVE ONE ANNOUNCEMENT. ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22ND AT 1 CLOCK CL1:00, I WILL BE HAVING L MEETING TO MEET YOUR POLICE CHIEF.

CAN YOU ASK QUESTIONS LIVE. IT WILL BE ON YOUTUBE IF YOU WANT TO GO TO YOUTUBE TO LOOK FOR HENRICO COUNTY TUCKAHOE TOWN MEETING. IT WILL BE AT 1:00.

WE USUALLY DO IT FOR AN HOUR 1 TO 2. CAN YOU ASK QUESTIONS.

CAN YOU ALSO SEND YOUR QUESTIONS IN EARLY IF YOU SEND THEM AT TUCKAHOE.HENRICO.US AHEAD OF TIME. I'LL PASS THEM ON TO THE NEW POLICE CHIEF AND HE'LL BE ABLE TO ANSWER THEM. SO TUNE IN ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22ND, ON YOUR COMPUTER,

YOUTUBE, 1:00 P.M. THANK YOU. >> CHAIRMAN: THANK YOU.

>> IN THE SAME VAIN, ON THE 20TH, ALL OF US SEEM TO BE HAVING THESE COMMUNITY MEETINGS.

ON THE 20TH, WE'LL BE HAVING ONE IN VERANDA THAT IS A COMBINATION OF IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL. SO WE'LL BE AT THE VERANA HIGH SCHOOL, I THINK IN THE GYM OR THE AUDITORIUM, STARTING AT 6:30 AND WE WOULD BE DOING THAT SINCE COVID HIT AND OUR REP, ALICIA

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ATKINS AND DO YOU HAVE ANYTHING? >> NO. THAT'S A HECK OF A LINE UP.

THAT IS A SPECTACULAR WIN RIGHT THERE. AND, CHIEF, I KNOW YOU'RE ON THEM ALL. WE COULD HAVE COORDINATED OUR TIME WAS YOU.

SORRY TO PUT YOU THROUGH ALL OF THAT. IS.

>> ALL RIGHT. ANY OTHER COMMENTS FROM THE BOARD? MR. MANAGER?

>> MR. CHAIRMAN, I WANT TO RECOGNIZE -- >> CHAIRMAN: BEN HAS ALREADY

[6. RECOGNITION OF NEWS MEDIA ]

TOLD ME THERE ARE NONE SO IF THERE ARE NONE, I'M NOT GOING TO RECOGNIZE ANYBODY THAT IS NOT

HERE. >> CHAIRMAN'S PEROGITIVE. >> CHAIRMAN: TO ANY MEDIA THAT

IS OUT WATCHING US, WELCOME.ÚTH. GO IT. >> ALL RIGHT.

MR. CHAIRMAN, WE DIVE INTO THE AGENDA. THE FIRST APPOINTMENT WE HAVE

THIS IS FOR THE BELMONT ADVISORY COMMITTEE. >> AND A MOTION WOULD BE ORDER.

[7. APPOINTMENT ]

[7a. 245-20 Resolution - Appointment of Member - Belmont Advisory Committee. ]

>> SECONDED. >> THAT WAS MADE AND SECONDED. ALL THOSE IN FAVOR SAY AYE.

>> AYE. >> ALL THOSE OPPOSED? >> CHAIRMAN: AND THAT CARRIES.

>> AND IF YOU WOULD COME FORWARD TO THE CLERK WHO WILL ADMINISTER THE OATH.

NORMALLY THAT WILL WOULD BE FOLLOWED BY HANDSHAKES BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, BUT I

BELIEVE THAT'S BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL 2022. >> I DO SOLEMNLY SWEAR THAT I WILL SUPPORT THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA AND I WILL FAITHFULLY DISCHARGE ALL DUTIES FOR THE ADVISORY COUNCIL SO HELP ME GOD.

>> I WILL. >> CONGRATULATIONS. >> CONGRATULATIONS, SIR.

THANK YOU. >> MR. CHAIRMAN, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, WE MOVE INTO OF PROVISIONAL USE PERMITS AND THIS PORTION OF THE AGENDA HAVE YOU FIVE REZONING CASES, THREE

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

PERMITS AND -- AND I DO WANT TO REMIND THE CHAIRMAN THAT WE HAVE SET UP A PODIUM AS WELL FOR

[8a. 215-20 PUP2020-00014 Three Chopt Network Towers II: Request for a Provisional Use Permit under Sections 24-95(a)(3), 24-120 and 24-122.1 of Chapter 24 of the County Code to allow a monopole communication tower up to 164’ in height with an external array on part of Parcel 735-770-6609 located on the north line of Kain Road approximately 1000’ west of its intersection with Porsche Drive. The existing zoning is A-1 Agricultural District. The 2026 Comprehensive Plan recommends Suburban Residential 1, density should not exceed 2.4 units per acre. The Planning Commission voted to recommend the Board of Supervisors deny the request. (Deferred from September 8, 2020, meeting.) ]

SOCIAL DISTANCING. STAFF WILL BE PRESENTING UP HERE AND PUBLIC COMMENTS, THERE'S A PODIUM THAT IS MARKED PUBLIC COMMENTS FOR THE REST OF THE MEETING FOR THOSE IN ATANNEDDANCE. SO 215-20, MR. CHAIRMAN, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD A PROVISIONAL USE PERMIT FOR A COMMUNICATIONS TOWER COMING OUT OF THE THREE-CHOP DISTRICT.

THIS ITEM HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN? >> YES, SIR. MR. MANAGER, THAT IS CORRECT.

>> OKAY. MR. CHAIRMAN, WITHDRAWN. NO ACTION REQUIRED BY THE BOARD

OF SUPERVISORS. >> CHAIRMAN: THAT IS CORRECT. 165-20, WHICH IS A REQUEST FROM THE FAIRFIELD MAGESTERIAL DISTRICT. THIS IS SKYWAY TOWERS WITH A REQUEST FOR A PROVISIONAL USE PERMIT ALLOW I CAN'T BELIEVE UNDER CHAPTER 24 TO ALLOW A COMMUNICATIONS TOWER. THIS REQUEST HAS BEEN PUT FORWARD FOR A DEFERRAL TO AUGUST 13TH, 2021. ANYTHING ELSE YOU NEED TO ADD, MR. EMMERSON?

>> NO, SIR. THAT COVERS IT. >> OKAY.

[8b. 165-20 PUP2020-00009 Fairfield Skyway Towers, LLC: Request for a Provisional Use Permit under Sections 24-95(a)(3), 24-120 and 24-122.1 of Chapter 24 of the County Code to allow a monopole communication tower up to 199’ in height and related equipment on part of Parcel 812-725-4066 located on the south line of Cedar Fork Road approximately 1000’ northeast of its intersection with Nine Mile Road (State Route 33). The existing zoning is R-4AC One-Family Residence District (Conditional). The 2026 Comprehensive Plan recommends Suburban Residential 2, density should not exceed 3.4 units per acre. The site is in the Airport Safety Overlay District. The Planning Commission voted to recommend the Board of Supervisors grant the request. (Deferred from August 11, 2020, meeting; deferral requested to the April 13, 2021, meeting.) ]

MR. CHAIRMAN A REQUEST PENDING FOR DEFERRAL UNTIL APRIL 13TH, 2021.

>> AND THIS IS A PUBLIC HEARING. >> CHAIRMAN: ANYONE WHO WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK FOR DEFERRAL PLEASE PUT YOUR HANDS UP AT THIS TIME. SEEING NONE IS THERE ANYONE ON WEB-EX THIS EVENING THAT WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK FOR THIS DEFERRAL THE FLORENCE IS YOURS.

>> THANK YOU. I MOVE THAT P-00-009 SKY TOWERS LLC BE DEFERRED UNTIL THE APRIL

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13TH, 2021 MEETING AT QUARANTINE OF THE APPLICANT. >> SECOND.

CHAIR THEY'RE THAT MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. THORNTON SECONDED BY MR. NELSON.

ALL IN FAVOR SAY I AYE. >> AYE. >> THAT PASSES.

PLEASE GO AHEAD. >> AND TO PROPOSE THE DISTRICT RSC, GENERAL RESIDENTS'

[8c. 246-20 REZ2020-00029 Three Chopt HHHunt: Request to conditionally rezone from O-2C Office District (Conditional) to R-6C General Residence District (Conditional) (7.407 acres) and O-2C Office District (Conditional) (2.497 acres) Parcels 739-766-9016, 739-766-9601, 740-765-3690, 740-766-2619, and 740-766-3730 containing 9.904 acres located at the northeast intersection of Pouncey Tract Road (State Road 271) and Twin Hickory Lake Drive. The applicant proposes office use and residential condominiums. The R-6 District allows no more than 19.8 units per acre. The uses will be controlled by zoning ordinance regulations and proffered conditions. The 2026 Comprehensive Plan recommends Office. The site is in the West Broad Street Overlay District. The Planning Commission voted to recommend the Board of Supervisors grant the request. ]

DISTRICT, SEVERAL PARCELS CONTAINING 9.9 ACRES AND ARE LOCATED AT THE NORTHWEST INTERSECTION OF POUNCEY TRACT ROAD AND PAPPIE DRIVE AND THEY PLAN TO HAVE RESIDENTIAL

CONDOMINIUMS AND THEY WANTED APPROVAL OF THE BOARD. >> THANK YOU.

MR. CHAIRMAN, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, AS SEEN HERE ON THE PHOTO IN FRONT OF YOU, THE SUBJECT PROPERTY SITS AT THE ENTRANCE TO TWIN HICKORY COMMUNITY TO THE TWIN HICKORY COMMUNITY ON TWIN

HICKORY LAKE DRIVE. >> AND IT ZONED A PROPERTY FROM A-1 TO 02C.

AND BEYOND IT, THE APPLICANT IS PROPOSING THE REQUEST TO JOIN THE HICKORY COMMUNITY AND HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATION. OTHER USES INCLUDE SINGLE ACREAGE TO THE NORTH AND THE COLONIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO THE WEST AND TO PASSEY TRACK DRIVE AND TO THE TOWNHOUSE DEVELOPMENT TO THE SOUTH AND A PAIR OF HOUSES PPE-020, 008-REZ-0020-018 WERE APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS LAST MONTH. AND IT WOULD ZONE IT WHERE H.H.

HUNT PLANS ON UTILIZING THE OFFICES FOR A SITE FOR ITS OFFICES.

THE REMAINDER OF THE PROPERTY WOULD BE USED FOR 90 RESIDENTIAL UNITS.

THE APPLICANT HAS INDICATED THEY ANTICIPATE THESE UNITS TO BE FOR-SALE CONDOMINIUMS. THE DENSITY WOULD BE 1.5 ACRES AND IT IS FOR CONCEPTUAL LAYOUTS FOR BOTH OFFICES AND THE RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS. PROFFERS SUBMITTED TO THE SPHC AND PROVIDE LANDSCAPE ALONG HICKORY LAKE DRIVE FOR IMPROVEMENTS FOR ROAD IMPROVEMENTS AND THE MOVEMENT RESULTING FROM DEVELOPMENT. ROAD IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE A SECOND TURN -- SECOND LANE, RIGHT-HAND TURN AND SIDEWALK ON THE POUNCEY TRACK ROAD FRONTAGE AND A DRIVE TO HICKORY LAKE ROAD AND TWIN HICKORY LAKE DRIVE AND SOUTHBOUND POUNCEY TRACK ROAD TO CONTAIN A SECOND LANE MOVEMENT AND THEY HAVE HAD THE CURRENT CONSTRUCTION OF THE ROAD ON THE PROPERTY.

STAFF REMAINS CONCERNED REGARDING A LOAN PARCEL TO THE EAST, WHICH IS LOCATED JUST PAST THAT REDLINE. NOT INCLUDED IN THIS REQUEST THE APPLICANT INDICATES THAT EFFORTS HAVE BEEN MADE TYPE CLUED THIS PROPERTY BUT, AT THIS TIME, THEIR EFFORTS HAVE BEEN UNSUCCESSFUL. INCLUSION OF THE PARCEL TO THE EAST WITH THIS REQUEST WOULD ALLOW FOR MORE COHESIVE DEVELOPMENT. THE 2020 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN RECOMMENDS THE OFFICE FOR THE PROPERTY. WHILE THE PROPOSED OFFICE MEETS THIS RECOMMENDATION THE PROPOSED RESIDENTIAL USE IS SOMEWHAT IN CONFLICT HOWEVER THE RESIDENTIAL USE IS CONSISTENT WITH THE ADJACENT PROPERTIES AND IT IS FOR PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT AND AMELIORATE ANY IMPACTS FOR THE STRUCTURE OF IMPROVEMENTS. A COMMUNITY MEETING OFFERING BOTH IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL PARTICIPATION WAS HELD AUGUST 31ST.

86 PROPERTY OWNERS WERE NOTIFIED AND NO COMMENTS WERE MADE AND THEY WERE BOTH ATTENDED IN-PERSON AND THE VIRTUAL METHODS WERE ALSO IN USE. STAFF OPINION SUPPORTS THIS REQUEST AND THE PLANNING COMMISSION CONCURRED RECOMMENDING APPROVAL TO THE

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AT THEIR SEPTEMBER 10TH MEETING F. YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS I'LL BE HAPPY

TO ANSWER THEM. >> CHAIRMAN: THANK YOU, MR. EMMERSON.

DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY QUESTIONS FROM MR. EMMERSON? I'M HEARING, SEEING NONE.

MR. EMMERSON, I'VE GOT A COUPLE. THERE ARE SOME TRAFFIC IMPROVEMENTS THAT WILL COME TO THIS CASE. WOULD YOU -- WOULD YOU POINT OUT THE -- THE ROAD.

>> YOU HAVE THE ADDITIONAL LANES HERE WITH STRIPING AND THE ADDITIONAL PAVEMENT.

HAVE YOU AN ADDITIONAL LANE FOR THIS OCCASION AND AN ADDITIONAL LANE HEADING NORTH ON POUNCEY TRACK. AND IF YOU -- WE SHOULD HAVE -- IF YOU LOOK BACK AT THE AERIAL, IT'S PROBABLY THE BEST WAY TO SEE IT. THERE'S THE EXISTING CONFIGURATION. YOU CAN SEE YOU DON'T HAVE AN ADDITIONAL LANE.

YOU ONLY HAVE A SINGLE LANE. YOU DO NOT HAVE THE ADDITIONAL LANE HEADED NORTH.

IF YOU GO BACK TO THE CONCEPTUAL, CAN YOU SEE WHERE THE LANES COME IN.

NOW, SOME OF THOSE IMPROVEMENTS ALSO ARE INCLUDED IN THE BLACKWOOD REZONING THAT WAS APPROVED BY THE BOARD LAST MONTH. SO TOGETHER, THESE TWO REZONINGS NOT ONLY REDUCE THE IMPACT TO THE EXISTING SCOPING AND THE NMBER OF TRIPS PER DAY ARE REDUCED BECAUSE YOU WERE DOWNZONING THESE PROPERTIES FROM YOUR CURRENT HIGHER INTENSITY USES. YOU ALSO ARE BRING AGO LONG ROAD IMPROVEMENTS THAT MORE THAN

ADEQUATELY ADDRESS THE TRAFFIC CREATED. >> SO, FROM MY UNDERSTANDING, THE OFFICES THAT WERE THERE THAT IT'S ALREADY ZONED FOR THAT COULD BE BUILT TOMORROW --

>> YES, SIR. >> CHAIRMAN: THE OFFICES, WITH THIS, IT REDUCES THE TRAFFIC

COUNT BY 60%? >> I BELIEVE THAT'S CORRECT. YES, SIR.

> >> >> CHAIRMAN: AND THEN THE ONE

ACROSS THE ROAD WAS 65%? >> I BELIEVE 65 TO 70. THAT WAS MORE INTENSIVE

COMMERCIAL ZONING. >> CHAIRMAN: I HAVE NO FURTHER QUESTIONS FOR MR. EMMERSON.

DOES ANYONE VELS ANY QUESTIONS FOR MR. EMMERSON? GOOD. THIS IS A PUBLIC HEARING.

IF THERE IS ANYONE THAT WOULD LIKE TO -- THAT'S WATCHING STREAMING, YOU WILL GO DOWN AND CLICK AND THEN THE MODERATOR WILL TELL YOU WHEN IT IS TIME TO SPEAK.

IS THERE ANYBODY IN THE ROOM THAT WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK TO, FOR OR AGAINST THIS CASE? RAISE YOUR HAND. SEEING NONE; THERE ANYONE ON WEB-EX THAT WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK

TO, FOR, OR AGAINST? >> YES, SIR. I HAVE ONE INDIVIDUAL.

>> CHAIRMAN: OKAY. >> MR. CHRIS BEST. >> CHAIRMAN: MR. CHRIS BEST.

MR. BEST? >> YES. >> CHAIRMAN: OKAY.

YOU'RE ON SPEAKER, SIR. THE FLORENCE IS YOURS. >> OKAY.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH. MEMBERS, MY NAME IS CHRIS BEST. I LIVE AT 11 -- 1186.

AS YOU KNOW, THE REQUEST FOR ZONING AND IN THE PAST SEVERAL OF WEEKS.

ADDITIONALLY, OVER THE PAST FEW WEEKS, IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD, THE TRACK AND THAT ONE IS WITH THE ACTIVE CORNER. AND PRESSURES ON THE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM AND INFRASTRUCTURE NORTH OF 6014 -- THE PLANS FOR THE DEPARTMENT ACROSS THE STREET AND THE DEVELOPMENT TO FUNCTION BE INCLUDED IN PERCEPTIONS ALONG THE ROAD. O HOWEVER, THE REQUEST WITH THE IMPRISONMENT SECTION AND WE'LL SEE ISSUES THAT YOU WANT TO CONSIDER AND THE ARE DEVELOPMENT AND THE THEME WILL BE THE INCREASED DEMAND FOR HOUSING AND FOR PLANNING, WE WOULD HAVE MORE

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OPPORTUNITIES THAN CHALLENGES IN THE SAFE, WALKABLES COMMUNITIES AND THE LANES WILL NOT SOLVE OUR TRAFFIC ISSUES AND THROUGHOUT THE REVIEW. AND SORRY.

I'LL TURN DOWN MY VOLUME. CAN YOU STILL HEAR ME? AND THE TRAFFIC WITH THE COMPARED USE IS APPLES TO ORANGES THAT IS NOT SENSICAL TO THE IMPACT FOR THIS NEW USE ON PEOPLE'S LIVES.

THE FACT IS SIMILAR TO THE PARCEL ACROSS THE STREET APPROVED USE WOULD NOT BE DEVELOPED AND WOULD NOT BE FULLY DEVELOPED AND IF IT HADN'T BEEN SO ALREADY.

IN FACT BY THE TWO REQUESTS THE MARKET IS SPOKEN AND THERE'S A CLEAR ECONOMIC PREFERENCE IN THE DEVELOPMENT THAT WE CAN SEE IN THE MONTHS AHEAD AFTER THIS REZONING.

AND THE WILL STUDY IS THE IMPACT IT WILL HAVE AGAINST THE BASELINE NOT AGAINST SOME IMAGINED FUTURE THAT DOES NOT EXIST. AND THE BOARD WOULD NOT RECOGNIZE THAT IMPACT OF THESE TWO ZONINGS WOULD INCREASE THE PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE ACTIVITY WITH THIS INTERSECTION AND SHOULD PRIORITIZE NOT ONLY INTERSECTION BUT IMPROVEMENT THROUGHOUT THE CORRIDOR THAT PUT PEOPLE FIRST PF AND THEN WE WILL SEE DIFFERENT THINGS TO COME.

AND THERE ARE SEVERAL THINGS SUCH AS SPEED LIMITS ON THE STREETS AND SIGNALS GOING ACROSS THE STREET, LIGHTS AND SIDEWALKS ACROSS THE AREA, CHECK THE BIKE LINES, TRANSIT ACCESS TO -- THE TRANSIT SERVICE OFTEN ACROSS THE STREET, AND MANY MORE, INCLUDING THE IDEA THAT THE COUNTY RECOGNIZING THAT WE ARE A NATION FOR COMMERCE AND FAMILIES SHOULD REFLECT THE IMPACT.

IT INCREASED DEVELOPMENT PRESSURE AND WILL CHANGE THE NATURE OF THE COUNTY.

OF AND HOPEFULLY IT WILL EASE THAT CORRIDOR. AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME AND

SORRY FOR THE AUDIO PRESENTATION EARLIER. >> THANK YOU, MR. BEST.

BELIEVE WE HAVE TALKED ABOUT WALKABLE TRANSPORTATION PRIOR TO

THIS; HAVE WE NOT? >> AND HE'S GONE. ALL RIGHT.

IS THERE ANYONE ELSE? >> MR. BEST: OH, SORRY. >> CHAIRMAN: THAT'S ALL RIGHT, CHRIS. THANK YOU. IS THERE ANYONE ELSE -- DOES ANYONE ELSE HAVE ANY OTHER COMMENTS? QUESTIONS? I'LL ENTERTAIN A MOTION.

>> MR. CHAIRMAN I MOVE WE FOLLOW THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION AND APPROVE REZONING REZ-2020-0029-HH WITH THE PROPER DATED SEPTEMBER 28TH, 2020 AS ATTACHED IN THE

STAFF REPORT. >> SECOND. >> CHAIRMAN: THAT MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. SCHMIDT SECONDED BY MS. OBANNON. ALL THOSE IN FAVOR SAY AYE.

>> AYE. >> ALL THOSE OPPOSED IN. >> CHAIRMAN: IN THAT CASE IT

PASSES. NEXT? >> THIS IS A CASE THAT COMES OUT OF THE DISTRICT THAT IS SAWYER PROPERTIES WITH A REQUEST TO CONDITIONALLY REZONE FROM A-1,

[8d. 247-20 REZ2020-00030 Varina Sauer Properties: Request to conditionally rezone from A-1 Agricultural District to M-1C Light Industrial District (Conditional) Parcels 816-703-6131, 816-703-6947, 817-702-3619, 817-703-1130, 817-703-1244, 817-703-2007, 817-703-2352, 819-702-6318, 819-703-0614, 819-703-7516, 820-701-5432, 820-703-9721, and part of Parcel 819-700-9160 containing 226.10 acres located on the east and west lines of S. Airport Drive (State Route 281) at the Pocahontas Parkway (State Route 895). The applicant proposes industrial uses. The uses will be controlled by zoning ordinance regulations and proffered conditions. The 2026 Comprehensive Plan recommends Planned Industry and Environmental Protection Area. The site is in the Airport Safety Overlay District. The Planning Commission voted to recommend the Board of Supervisors grant the request. ]

AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT TO M1C, LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT, SEVERAL PARCELS CONTAINING JUST OVER 226 ACRES THAT ARE LOCATED ON EAST AND WEST LINES OF SOUTH AIRPORT DRIVE.

THE APPLICANT PROPOSES INDUSTRIAL USES AND, HERE AGAIN, THE PLANNING COMMISSON VOTED TO RECOMMEND THAT THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS GRANT THIS REQUEST. MR. EMMERSON?

>>> THANK YOU, MR. MANAGER. THEY WANTED TO REZONE 121 ACRES FROM A1 TO EMC.

AND IT CONSISTED OF 30 PARCELS TOTALING THE 126 ACRES THAT WOULD BE DEVELOPED -- THERE WE WOULD GO. WHICH WOULD BE DEVELOPED FOR VARIOUS DISTRIBUTION AND LIGHT

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USES. THIS PLAN SHOWS THE INCLUSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTIES INTO OTHER PROPERTIES OWNED BY THE APPLICANT THAT WERE PREVIOUSLY REZONED FOR INDUSTRIAL USES IN THE 1990'S. AND THIS HAS BEEN REVIEWED AS THE TRAFFIC ANALYSIS SUBMITTED AS PART OF THIS REQUEST. THE LARGER SITE HAS ACCESS TO SEVERAL DIFFERENT ROADWAYS INCLUDING SOUTH AIRPORT DRIVE SOUTH BURNHAM AND MILLER AVENUE AND THE PLANNING PHASE ALSO SHOWS THE PROPER CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW ROADWAY. CAN YOU SEE IT TRAVERSING THE SITE. IS AND IT DOES SHOW A NEW DRIVEWAY BY SOUTH BURNHAM DRIVE AND IT IS FOR THE PREVIOUS PROPERTY REZONINGS AND ADDRESSES ITEMS SUCH AS: BUILDING MATERIALS, PROHIBITED USES, SETBACKS, GREENBELTS, ACCESS, HOURS OF CONSTRUCTION, PARKING LOT LIGHTING AND ARCHAELOGICAL FEATURES. YOU WERE PROVIDED REVISED PROFFERS THIS EVENING. I PASSED THEM OUT AND LAID THEM AT YOUR PACE PRIOR TO THE MEETING AND REFLECTING A RECENT UPDATE TO THE TRAFFIC IMPACT ANALYSIS WHICH ENSURES ALL NECESSARY ROAD IMPROVEMENTS ARE CONSTRUCTED AND THAT IS PROFFER NUMBER 16.

YOU'LL SEE WHERE IMPROVEMENTS WERE ADDED TO THE PROFFERS TO PUBLIC WORKS.HANGES REQUESTED B- ARE AND THE PLAN RECOMMENDS THE PLANNED INDUSTRY FOR THE BULK OF THE SUBJECT SITE WITH AN AREA BETWEEN THE SITE AND THE HOMES AMONG LONHAM ROAD AND A LARGE AREA OF WETLANDS SEPARATES THE SITES FROM THOSE HOMES IN THE AREA. BECAUSE THE PROPOSED ZONING AND USE ARE CONSISTENT WITH THE 2026 PLAN, AND BECAUSE THE PROFFERS ARE LARGELY CONSISTENT WITH THOSE APPLICABLE TO ADJACENT PROPERTIES AND WOULD MITIGATE NEGATIVE IMPACTS ON ADJACENT PROPERTIES, STAFF SUPPORTS THIS REQUEST. A VARIETIAL COMMUNITY MEETING WAS HELD ON SEPTEMBER 3RD, 170 -- 107 PROPERTY OWNERS WERE NOTIFIED AND FIVE INDIVIDUALS ATTENDED VIA WEB EX. QUESTIONS WERE ANSWERED REGARDING THE PROTECTION OF HOMES ALONG MONAHAN ROAD AND THE IMPACT OF HOME IMPROVEMENTS TO MILLER ROAD.

ONE QUESTION WAS RAISED FROM THE VIRTUAL AUDIENCE DURING THE PLANNING COMMISSION HEARING REGARDING THE POTENTIAL PROCESSING OF WEAPONS-GRADE URANIUM AT THIS LOCATION THAT.

IS NOT ALLOWED USE IN THE M-11 ZONING CATEGORY AND THE RESIDENT WAS ADVISED OF THAT.

THEY RECOMMENDED APPROVAL OF THIS REQUEST AT THE SEPTEMBER 10TH MEETING.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS I'LL BE HAPPY TO TRY TO ANSWER THEM. >> CHAIRMAN: ANY QUESTIONS FOR MR. EMMERSON? NONE? MANY OKAY. THIS IS A PUBLIC HEARING. IS THERE ANYONE IN THE ROOM THAT WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK TO FOR OR AGAINST THIS CASE? IS THERE ANYONE?

>> THEY, NICOLE ELLIS. >> CHAIRMAN: REPEAT THE NAME, PLEASE.

>> NICOLE ELLIS. >> HI. CAN YOU YOU HEAR ME?

>> CHAIRMAN: I CAN, MS. ALLEN. THE FLORENCE'S YOURS. >> ELLIS.

>> CAN YOU HEAR ME? >> CHAIRMAN: CAN I NOW. >> MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, EVERYONE ELSE, IT'S NICE TO SEE YOU. MY NAME IS NICOLE ANDERSON-ELLIS. I'M THE ELECTED DIRECTOR FOR THE CONSERVATION DISTRICT WATER BOARD WHERE I CURRENTLY SERVE AS CHAIR. I'M ALSO CHAIR OF THE PRESERVATION COMMITTEE AND I'M CO-CHAIR OF THE ROUTE 5 COALITION AND SERVE ON THE COMMUNITY OF THE FOOD COLLABORATIVE. THOUGH I AM NOT SPEAKING TO THIS SURVEY CAUSES ME TO FOCUS ON THE BENEFIT OF GREEN SPACE IN OUR COMMUNITY.

YOU MAY AN WEAR THAT WE HAVE A AN ELECTION AND I'M OF THE OPINION AND IT IS ONE THAT IS FUNDED AT THAT LEVEL. AND IT IS THOSE WHO FUND THE SCHOOLS, THE HEALTH OF OUR

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DRINKING WATER AND HEALTHY FOOD. AND IT IS THE 225 ACRES AND IT IS A PERFECT EXAMPLE.

AND IT IS PARKING LOTS WITH NOW FARMLAND. AND IT IS TAKING ON TRAFFIC, BUILDING MATERIALS, STORM WATER RETENTION AND MORE. WHAT IT DOESN'T SAY IS THAT WE KNOW, WITHOUT REASONABLE ARGUMENT THAT REZONING THIS WILL HAVE THE DRIVING WATER.

TODAY, THEY SOAK INTO THE SOIL AND REPLENISH OUR RESOURCES AND A LOT OF HENRICO RESIDENTS INCLUDING MY OWN FAMILY, STILL RELY ON GROUNDWATER FOR DRINKING WATER.

NOT ONLY WILL IT BE FOR REPLACEMENT BUT THE AND WE ALSO KNOW THAT THE GREEN SPACE MAKES SUMMERS HOTTER AND MAKES THE AIR DIRTIER, WHICH IS ESPECIALLY HARMFUL FOR THOSE AFFECTED BY ASTHMA AND OTHER RESPIRATORY THINGS AND WE KNOW THAT THE SOIL IN HENRICO MAKES IT THAT MUCH LESS SUFFICIENT AND MORE DEPENDENT ON OTHER LOCALITIES FOR FOOD PRODUCTION.

AND AFTER COVID, WE KNOW HOW WE HAVE DEPENDED ON OUR GROCERY STORES IN A CRISIS.

THERE IS VALUE IN BEING ABLE TO GROW OUR OWN FOOD. ALL THAT SAID, I'M NOT HERE TO ADVOCATE FOR A CERTAIN VOTE.

AND I UNDERSTAND THAT LAST WEEK IT IS.

BOARD TO FOLLOW ANY DEPARTMENT RECOMMENDATIONS. I AM REACHING OUT BECAUSE.

TO PRIORITIZE ACCESS TO DRINKING WATER, FOOD AND EVERY SINGLE DECISION.

NOT AS A FOOTNOTE OF THE ECONOMIC SITUATION BUT AS PART OF THE FULL EQUATION.

AND THE COMMUNITIES AND

TIME. >> CHAIRMAN: WILL SOMEONE ENTERTAIN A MOTION? HEARING

NONE -- >> MR. CHAIR, CAN SOMEONE COME UP AND SPEAK TO THE CONCERNS

THAT MS. ANDERSON-ELLIS HAD, SOMEBODY FROM STAFF? >> CHAIRMAN: AND THAT WOULD BE

THE APPLICANT, BENTLEY CHEN. IS HE -- HE IS IN THE ROOM? >> AND IS THERE ANYBODY ELSE?

>> COME ON UP. >> ANYBODY ELSE? >> AND WE MAY BE ABLE TO SPEAK

TO THE OPEN SPACE. >> SHE'S TALKING ABOUT THE PROPERTY AFFECTING THE WELLS AND IF THEY EXPECT IT IT WOULD BE OFF OF WELLS. BUT I THINK THERE WOULD BE A

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NEED TO LOOK AT IT FROM OUR PERSPECTIVE AND WORKING WITH THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT AND THE WELLS IN THE AREA. AND THEY ARE TREATED FOR USE WITHIN THE CUSTOMERS.

>> SO SOMETHING -- IS THIS SOMETHING THAT YOU GUYS MONITOR? >> WE DO.

WE DO AND -- >> WELL, HERE YOU SAY THIS IS. >> AND YOU SAY THAT YOU DO

MONITOR IT? >> CORRECT. WE DO MONITOR IT.

IT'S ABOUT 150 LOCATIONS AROUND THE COUNTY FOR WATER QUALITY. >> AND YOU ARE KEEPING UP WITH

THE IMPACT? >> YES, SIR. >> AND I KNOW YOU JUST SAID YOU WOULD SPEAK TO THE OPEN SPACE PIECE. YOU MAY NOT -- YOU MAY ADD ON THAT MS. ANDERSON-ELLIS IS A LONG-TIME ADVOCATE FOR CONSERVATION GREENSPACE.

AND JUST THE COMMUNITY IN GENERAL. HER WORD IS RESPECTED AND APPRECIATED. I KNOW SHE DOESN'T JUST SPEAK FOR HERSELF BUT SPEAKS FOR A LOT OF OTHERS. I KNOW WE WORK ON A LOT OF THINGS AND THE COUNTY THEMSELVES AND OF THIS IS SOMETHING THAT YOU PUT IN PLACE A NUMBER OF YEARS AGO.

>> CHAIRMAN: CHAIR. >> AND THIS IS SOMETHING YOU PUT IN PLACE A NUMBER OF YEARS AGO.

I'M NOT SURE THAT THE CONSERVATION HAD THAT A NUMBER OF YEARS AGO.

I WISH WE HAD THE ABILITY AND HENRICO COUNTY THE BOARD RECENTLY INQUIRED WILTON FARM, 1200 ACRES AND RIVER FRONTAGE AND PRIOR TO THAT ACQUIRED MELVYN HILL AND WERE ABLE TO KEEP 900 ACRES OUT OF PRESERVATION. YOU THINK ABOUT THE RUNNING MEADE PROPERTY THAT IS OVER 1,000 ACRES. YOU THINK ABOUT THE FEDERAL PARTNERS WE HAVE, THE CAPITAL LAND CONSERVANCY. SO HERE ARE THE FACTS AND IT SPEAKS TO THE COUNTIES. THEY OWN THOUSANDS OF ACRES IN VIRGINIA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 1,726 ACRES. AND THEN MULTIPLE CONSERVATION EFFORTS THAT MS. ELLIS HAS HELPED PUT FORWARD AND OTHERS -- 3,557 ACRES. YOU ARE LOOKING AT A IMAGINE A L

DISTRICT THAT AFFECTS OUR COUNT. AND THAT IS TO DATE. >> THAT SOUNDS LIKE SOMETHING THAT A CONS THEY SHOULD PUT TOGR SERIOUSLY AND WE ARE BE MAKING MAJOR MOVES AND STALE MAY NOT BE

TO BE IN THAT ARENA. THANK YOU, MR. MANAGER. >> YES, SIR.

>> I TRY TO KEEP THOSE IN MIND WHEN WE TRY TO MAKE DECISIONS IN WHERE VERONA.

IT DOES MAKE SENSE IN THE DISTRICT M-1-C. AND I'LL MAKE A MOTION THAT WE

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ACCEPT REZ-220, 30000 WITH THE PROFFERED CONDITIONS THAT WERE SHARED WITH US TONIGHT.

>> SECOND. >> THAT MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. NELSON.

>> CHAIRMAN: SECOND BID MR. THORNTON. ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE?

>> AYE. >> CHAIRMAN: THAT MOTION CARRIES.

>> NEXT WE HAVE 132-20 AND 193 AND THESE ARE CASES THAT ARE BEFORE YOU AND IT IS STANLEY

[8e. 192-20 REZ2020-00016 Fairfield Wilton Acquisition, LLC/Stanley Martin: Request to conditionally rezone from A-1 Agricultural District and R-6C General Residence Districts (Conditional) to R-5AC (20.75 acres) and R-6C (11.98 acres) General Residence Districts (Conditional) on part of Parcels 785-758-9980, 785-759-8052, 786-759-6600, -6815 and Parcels 784-757-9571, -9581, -9390, 784-758-8345, -9103, -9251, -9817, 785-757-0889, -2698, 785-758-0057, -0968, -1023, -1774, -1828, -2580, - 2935, -3304, -3485, -4243, -4511, -5283, -5317, -5551, -6456, -6526, -6583, -7735, -8854, -9568, and 786-758-0555 containing 32.73 acres located on the north line of Scott Road between Interstate 95 and Aberdeen Street. The applicant proposes a residential development of townhomes and single-family dwellings. The R-5A District allows no more than 6 units per acre. The R-6 District allows a maximum gross density of 19.8 units per acre. The uses will be controlled by zoning ordinance regulations and proffered conditions. The 2026 Comprehensive Plan recommends Planned Industry. The Planning Commission voted to recommend the Board of Supervisors grant the request. (Deferred from August 11, 2020, meeting.) ]

[8f. 193-20 PUP2020-00010 Fairfield Wilton Acquisition, LLC/Stanley Martin: 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-5A General Residence District on part of Parcels 785-758-3485, -5283, 785-759-8052 and Parcels 784-757-9390, -9571, -9581, 784-758-8345, -9103, -9251, -9817, 785-757-0889, -2698, 785-758-0057, -0968, -1023, -1774, -1828, -2580, -2935, -3304, -4243, -4511, -5317, -5551 -6456, -6526, -7735 located on the north line of Scott Road between Interstate 95 and Aberdeen Street. The existing zoning is A-1 Agricultural District and R-6C General Residence District (Conditional). R-5AC zoning district is proposed with REZ2020-00016. The R-5A District allows an overall maximum density of 6 units per acre. The 2026 Comprehensive Plan recommends Planned Industry. The Planning Commission voted to recommend the Board of Supervisors grant the request. (Deferred from August 11, 2020, meeting.) ]

MARTIN WITH A REQUEST TO REZONE FROM A-1 AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT TO RC RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT TO R5-AC AND R6-AC MULTIPLE PARCELS CONTAINING OVER 33 ACRES. I'M SORRY.

32.7 ACRES. LOCATED ON THE NORTH LINE OF SCOTT ROAD LOCATED BETWEEN INTERSTATE 5 AND ABERDEEN STREET. HERE THE APPLICANT PROPOSES TOWNHOMES AND SINGLE-FAMILY DWELLINGS AND IT IS LOTS WITHIN THE R5A RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT

WHICH I BELIEVE MS. MORE ENCOMP MS. MOORE SAIDIT CONSISTS OF TH. >> CHAIRMAN: GOOD EVENING,

MS. MOORE. HOW ARE YOU? >> GOOD.

AND IT IS UNWOODED AND LAST DECEMBER, THE BOARD APPROVED THE RC TO THE NORTH TO ALLOW TOWNHOMES AND CONDOMINIUMS TOTALING 2.4 UNITS AND THAT IS PRO POADED IN ADDITION TO THE 30 LAST YEAR AND IT WOULD ALLOW 74 THIS DWELLINGS. IN ADDITION THE APPLICANT IS OFFERING FOR APPROVAL OF THE PERMIT PPE-2020-00010 TO ADDRESS THE SIDE YARD SETBACKS FOR THE 5RC PORTIONS. SO INSTEAD OF HOMES BEING PLACED ON ZERO-LOT LINES THEY WOULD BE PLACED IN THE MIDDLE OF THE LOT BUT WOULD STILL MAINTAIN AT LEAST EIGHT FEET.

AND THIS PROPOSAL SHOWS THE CONTEXT WITH THE OVERALL DEVELOPMENT WITH RETREAT 1 TO THE NORTH. THE MAIN ROAD SHOWS THE CONNECTIVITY TO THE NORTH AND THERE WOULD BE THREE POINTS OF ACCESS ON SCOTT ROAD. OTHER PROFFERS ARE VERY SIMILAR TO THE REZONING TO THE NORTH THAT INCLUDE: 20 AND 15-FOOT-WIDE BUFFER AS LONG THE WESTERN PROPERTY LINE. AND THIS WOULD BE PLANTED TO AN ADDITIONAL BUFFER OF 25.

THE PROFFERS ALSO ADDRESS HOURS OF CONSTRUCTION, SIDEWALKS AND PEDESTRIAN LIGHTING ALONG INTERIOR ROADS, AS WELL AS SEVERAL ELEVATIONS FOR THE PROPERTY THIS SHOWS AN ELEVATION IN KEEPING ON THE NORTHERN PARTED AND THEY STATED THAT THE PROFFER IS THAT THEY WOULD SHARE AMENITIES BY PHASE I. THAT WAS PROFFERED IN THE PREVIOUS CASE AND IT WOULD ALSO HAVE TOT LOTS. AND GIVEN THE PLAN AND RESIDENCAL DEVELOPMENT OCCURRING IN THIS AREA A DEVIATION OF THE ECOMMENDED LAND USE TO CONTINUE THIS RESIDENTIAL TREND WOULD BE APPROPRIATE. RES AND IN THIS CASE, THE STAFFD PPE-2020-10 WITH THE TWO IN THE

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STAFFING REPORT AND THE PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDED APPROVAL OF THIS REQUEST AT THE JULY 9TH, 2020 HEARING IN CASE OF BOARD DEFERRED THIS AT THE APPLICANT'S REQUEST ON AUGUST THE 11TH. I WILT ALSO NOTE THERE WAS A VIRTUAL MEETING HELD ON MAY THE 28TH AND THERE WERE SIX PARTICIPANTS AND NO OPPOSITION. THANK YOU AND THAT CONCLUDES MY

PARTICIPATION. >> CHAIRMAN: THANK YOU, MS. MOORE S. THERE ANYONE WHO WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK? AND BEFORE I GO ON, IS THERE ANYONE WATCHING THE MEETING? LAST TIME WE HAD A CRASH MEETING WEB-EX AND, ACTUALLY, ALL OF OUR SOUNDS.

THIS TIME WE'RE -- WE'RE, AS A BOARD, TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHAT IS GOING ON.

IF WE ASK YOU TO REPEAT AND IF YOU ARE TALKING ON WEB-EX, YOU ARE GARBLED AND WE CAN'T UNDERSTAND IT AND THE ENGINEER HERE SAID IT IS WEB-EX AND NOT THE COUNTY, SO THAT SAY GOOD THING. WITH THAT SAID ANYONE ON WEB-EX WHO WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK TO, FOR

OR AGAINST THIS CASE? >> NO, SIR. NOT AT THIS TIME.

>> CHAIRMAN: OKAY. THE FLORENCE IS YOURS. >> FIRST I WOULD LIKE TO COMPLIMENT MR. ARCHER AND THE EXCELLENT PLANNING STAFF FOR WORKING WITH THE ACQUISITIONS AND LLC. HAVING SAID THAT I MOVE THAT WE FOLLOW THE PLANNING COMMISSION AND APPROVE REZ-2020-0016, WILTIN ACQUISITIONS LLC/STANLEY MARTIN WITH THE PROFFERS DATED

JUNE THE 10TH, 2010 ATTACHED WITH THE STAFF REPORT. >> SECOND.

>> CHAIRMAN: THAT MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. THORNTON, SECONDED BY MR. NELSON.

ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE. >> AYE. >> CHAIRPERSON: ALL OPPOSED?

THAT MOTION CARRIES. >> IN ADDITION, MR. CHAIRMAN, I ALSO MOVE THAT WE FOLLOW THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION TO APPROVE PUP-2020-000110, WILTIN ACQUISITION LLC/STANLEY MARTIN WITH THE DO CONDITIONS LISTED IN THIS STAFF REPORT.

>> SECOND. >> CHAIRMAN: THAT MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. THORNTON, SECONDED

BY ELSE ININ. AGAIN, ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE. >> AYE.

>> AYE. >> CHAIRMAN: ALL OPPOSED IN PUP-2020-00100 IS APPROVED.

>> NEXT MR. CHAIRMAN IS THE AGENDA OF THE 2020 CARTER LUMBER OF VIRGINIA TO REQUEST TO REZONE FROM M-1 LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT AND M2C INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT SEVERAL PARCELS

[8g. 248-20 REZ2020-00027 Varina Carter Lumber of Virginia, Inc.: Request to conditionally rezone from M-1 Light Industrial District and M-2C General Industrial District (Conditional) to M-2C General Industrial District (Conditional) Parcels 818-704-6789, 818-705-2337, and 818-705-7634 containing 17.695 acres located at the southwest intersection of S. Airport Drive (State Route 281) and Sprouse Drive. The applicant proposes a building material sales yard. The use will be controlled by zoning ordinance regulations and proffered conditions. The 2026 Comprehensive Plan recommends Planned Industry. The site is in the Enterprise Zone and the Airport Safety Overlay District. The Planning Commission voted to recommend the Board of Supervisors grant the request. ]

CONTAINING 17.7 ACRES LOCATED AT THE SOUTHWEST INTERSECTION OF SOUTHAIRPORT DRIVE AND SPROUSE DRIVE. IN THIS CASE THE APPLICANT PROPOSES A BUILDING MATERIALS

SALES YARD. >> GOOD EVENING. THEY ARE SEEKING TO HAVE THE ZONING UNDER ONE ZONING DISTRICT AND ONE SET OF PROFFERS. OTHER PROFFERS ARE THOSE THAT ARE FIRST PERMITTED IN M-1 WHICH WOULD BE ALLOWED TODAY AND IN ADDITION TO ALLOWING IN THE FUTURE PRO TENSIONALLY BREWERIES, OFFICE TRAILERS IN THE M-2 DISTRICT.

AND RAW MATERIALS AND MAINLY PRODUCTS WOULD BE STORED IN NEW T-SHEDS LOCATED IN THE WESTERN-MOST PORTION HERE AND WITH THE LAND-USE BUFFER WAS BE PROVIDED ALONG GORHAM DRIVE AND

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THE SOUTH DRIVE AND A SCREEN-LINK WOULD SURROUND THE PROPERTY AND OTHERS INCLUDE DETACHED SIGNAGE AND MAXA MUCH BUILDING HEIGHT FOR THE T-SHEDS. AND THE REQUEST WOULD BE CONSISTENT WITH THIS RECOMMENDATION AND CONSISTENT WITH THE INDUSTRIAL ZONING AND USES. THE SITE IS ALSO -- THE GOALS ARE IN KEEPING WITH THE SITE'S ENTER PRIZE ZONE STATUS AND FOR THESE REASONS STAFF SUPPORTS THESE REQUESTS AND THE PLAN CAG MISSION RECOMMENDED APPROVAL OF THIS REQUEST AT THEIR SEPTEMBER 10TH MEETING.

A VIRTUAL COMMUNITIED MEETING WAS HELD AUGUST 31ST WHERE 31 NOTICES WERE SENT NO PARTICIPATION OR OPPOSITION AND I SHOULD NOTE THIS WAS EXPEDITED AT THE PLANNING COMMISSION.

THANK YOU THAT. CONCLUDES MY PRESENTATION. >> THANK YOU, MS. MOORE.

DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY QUESTIONS FOR MS. MOORE? NONE? >> NOPE.

>> CHAIRMAN: IS THERE ANYONE IN THE ROOM THAT WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK TO FOR OR AGAINST THIS CASE? NO ONE? THEN IS THERE ANYONE ON WEB-EX WHO WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK FOR THIS CASE? BE.

>> MR. ALBERT? WE'RE GO. HE DOESN'T NEED TO SPEAK, DOES HE? GO AHEAD AND MUTE YOUR PHONE, BUDDY. LET'S MOVE FORWARD.

>> CHAIRMAN: THANK YOU, MR. ALBERT, FOR PARTICIPATING MR. NELSON?

>> MR. CHAIR I RECOMMEND THAT WE APPROVE REZ-2020-00027, CARTER LUMBER OF VIRGINIA WITH THE PROFFER DATED SEPTEMBER THE 8TH BE 2020 ATTACHED WITH THE STAFF REPORT.

>> SECOND. >> CHAIRMAN: THAT MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. NELSON SECONDED BY

MR. THORNTON. ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE. >> AYE.

>> OPPOSED IN. >> THAT MOTION CARRIES. >> NEXT IS A CASE OUT OF BROOKLYN JANICE CLIFTON AND IN THIS CASE THEY VOTED THAT THEY GRANT THE REQUEST.

[8h. 249-20 REZ2020-00033 Brookland Janice Clifton: Request to conditionally rezone from R-2A One-Family Residence to A-1C Agricultural District (Conditional) Parcel 772-767-2363 containing 2.25 acres located on the north line of Mountain Road approximately 425’ east of its intersection with Old Washington Highway. The applicant proposes to build an accessory structure. The use will be controlled by zoning ordinance regulations and proffered conditions. The 2026 Comprehensive Plan recommends Suburban Residential 2, density should not exceed 3.4 units per acre. The Planning Commission voted to recommend the Board of Supervisors grant the request. ]

MS. MOORE? >> THANK YOU. >> AND THEY ARE LOOK FORGE A ZONING AND A GARAGE ON THE PROPERTY AND THE BUILDING WOULD BE ON THE NORTHWEST CORNER AND IT WOULD ALLOW THE SCOPING USE AND HE SURE COMPATIBILITY WITH OTHERS IN THE AREA AND THERE WOULD BE NO VISUAL IMPACT FROM THE ROAD AND THE STAFF RECOMMENDED APPROVAL THIS REQUEST AT THEIR SEPTEMBER 10TH MEETING THERE. WAS NO COMMUNITY MEETING HELD FOR THIS

ISSUE. >> CHAIRPERSON: ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS FOR MS. MOORE? IS THERE ANYONE IN THE ROOM WHO WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK? SEEING NONE IS THERE ANYONE ON WEB-EX

THAT WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK AT THIS TIME? >> NO, SIR.

>> HEARING NONE? MR. SCHMIDT. AND I KNOW YOU'LL DOT BEST THAT YOU CAN WITH VISUALS AND I

RECOMMEND THAT WE APPROVE JANICE CLIFTON. >> AND WHO VOTES IN FAVOR OF

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THIS? >> AYE. >> THAT IS PROVES AND WE WILL GO

[9. PUBLIC HEARINGS – OTHER ITEMS ]

[9a. 250-20 Resolution - Signatory Authority - Conveyance of Real Property - Well Lot Adjacent to 2416 Hungary Road - Brookland District. ]

TO PUBLIC MEETING. THIS IS A WELL-LOCK. >> LAST TIME YOUR WIFE HAD A

BABY. >> FEEL FREE TO TAKE IT EASY ON ME AGAIN.

>> MY WIFE WOULD APPRECIATE IT. AND THE SALE PRICE WOULD BE 1100 WHICH IS THE ASSESSED VALUE AND IT WAS PREVIOUSLY USED AS A WELL LOT. THE COUNTY DOES NOT NEED THE PROPERTY FOR ANY PUBLIC PURPOSE AND THEY RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND THE COUNTY OCCURS.

I'LL BE HAPPY TO RECOMMEND ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE. >> WHO IS IN FAVOR?

>> AYE. > >>

>> CHAIRMAN: AND THAT WAS HE APPROVED. >> THANK YOU.

[9b. 251-20 Resolution - Signatory Authority - Easement Agreements - Virginia Electric and Power Company and Verizon Virginia LLC - Fairfield District. ]

>>

ALL OPPOSED? >> RESOLUTION CARRIES. >> THE NEXT ITEM I HAVE IS 5-220. THIS IS IN RELATION TO THE CREYTON ROADS IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. IT WOULD AUTHORIZE THE CHAIRMAN TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT WITH

[9c. 252-20 Resolution - Signatory Authority - Easement Agreement - Verizon Virginia LLC - Fairfield District. ]

VERIZON FOR ITS FACILITIES ON COUNTY-OWNED LAND LOCATED AROUND CREIGHTON ROAD.

[9d. 253-20 Resolution - Signatory Authority - Easement Agreements - Virginia Electric and Power Company - Tuckahoe and Varina Districts. ]

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>> THIS WOULD AUTHORIZE THE CHAIRMAN COUNTY MANAGER TO EXECUTE DARKNESS NECESSARY TO

[9e. 254-20 Resolution - Signatory Authority - Conveyance of Real Property - Stony Run Parkway - Varina District. ]

CONVEY A 0.044 ACRE PARCEL ADJACENT TO STONY RUN PARKWAY. TWO ENRICHMENT FOUNDATION TO SUPPORT HIS EFFORTS TO RESTORE AND PRESERVE EAST AND CEMETERY. THEY DO NOT NEED THE PROPERTY FROM THE PUBLIC PURPOSE. THEY HAVE PROCESSED THE SCREENS TO THE DEPARTMENT OFPLANNING, PUBLIC UTILITIES AND PUBLIC WORKS WITHOUT OBJECTION. GETTING DIRECTOR OF REAL PROPERTY ,'S APPROVAL IN THE COUNTY MANAGER CONCURS AND I WILL BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY OF

YOUR QUESTIONS. >> THIS IS ABOUT ONE FOURTH OF AN ACRE?

HOW MUCH?> 0.644. >> LITTLE OVER AND A HALF. >> YES SOME SERVE.

>> THEY ARE LOOKING TO CREATE? >> ENHANCING THE SECURITY OF THE PROPERTY AND I ALSO BELIEVE IT WILL ALLOW THEM TO PROVIDE ELECTRIC SERVICE TO THE PROPERTY.

WHERE THEY WERE NOT ABLE TO DO THAT BEFORE, THIS PIECE WILL ALLOW THEM TO PROVIDE ELECTRIC SERVICE. I WILL ALSO MENTION THAT IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS THAT THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF ENRICHMENT FOUNDATION IS HERE AND AVAILABLE TO ANSWER ANY

QUESTIONS THAT YOU MIGHT HAVE. >> THANK YOU FOR COMING. >> IS THERE ANYBODY IN THE AUDIENCE WHO LIKE TO SPEAK FOR OR AGAINST THIS RESOLUTION? SEEING NONE?

IS THERE ANY ON WEB NEXT? >> THERE IS NONE. >> MOVE.

>> SECOND. >> MOTION WAS MADE AND SECOND. ALL IN FAVOR SAY I AND ALL

OPPOSED SIGNING. >> ALL OPPOSED NOBODY --ALL IN FAVOR.

>> WE MOVE INTO PUBLIC COMMENTS AND THIS IS THE TIME ON TONIGHT'S AGENDA WHERE COURT ON ANY ITEM THAT IS NOT ON THE AGENDA. IN FORMS OF THE PULSE OF THE BOARD WE ASKED THE SPEAKERS, ANY PRESENTATION TO A FIVE MINUTE TIME PERIOD SPEAKERS THAT CHOOSE TO ADDRESS THE BOARD MAY DO SO. THEY SHOULD BEGIN THE REMARKS.

[10. PUBLIC COMMENTS ]

I HAVE ONE INDIVIDUAL THAT HAS SIGNED UP ON WEBEX AND ONE IN PERSON.

MS. ALLISON SMITH, I BELIEVE IS ON WEBEX. MS. SMITH?

>> MS. SMITH IS NOT ON WEBEX. >> OKAY. WE MOVE ON TO THE INDIVIDUAL

WHO IS HERE IN PERSON THAT IS MS. MISTY WHITEHEAD. >> GOOD EVENING MS. WHITEHEAD.

>> GOOD EVENING. MY NAME IS MISTY WHITEHEAD. THE POSITION OF DEPUTY

COMMONWEALTH ATTORNEY FOR POLICE INTEGRITY IN. >> WAS GREETED BY SHANNON TAYLOR AS A DIRECT ACTION STEP IN HER ELECTIVE ROLE AS AN ARC , WITH ATTORNEY.

IT WAS MULTIFACETED BY DESIGN. A PIECE OF IT WOULD BE TO CREATE A MEANS BY WHICH CITIZENS COULD SAFELY REPORT CONCERNS OF POLICE MISCONDUCT HAVE THOSE CONCERNS FAIRLY AND FORMALLY INVESTIGATED AND ENSURE FOLLOW THROUGH WITH NECESSARY ACTIONS.

ITS GOAL WAS MUCH LARGER. IT WAS TO BUILD A BRIDGE BETWEEN THE COMMUNITY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT. OPEN CHANNELS OF COMMUNICATION AND ESTABLISH TRUST AND RESPECT. THIS WAS TO BE DONE VIA COMMUNITY OUTREACH EVENTS, POLICE OFFICER TRAININGS AND ENSURING TRANSPARENCY THAT IS GENERALLY WELCOMED BY THOSE WHO SHARE GOOD INTENTIONS. I EXHIBIT THE INTENTION ON AUGUST 28.

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SHARON PREFERRED I START THE SAME DAY AS POLICE CHIEF ENGLISH TO REINFORCE THE GOAL OF COLLABORATION. I KNEW THAT I COULD NOT SHUT DOWN MY LAW PRACTICE THAT QUICKLY SO WE SETTLED ON I DID ABOUT ONE MONTH LATER. FOR THE NEXT THREE WEEKS I WORKED FIERCELY INTO THE WEE HOURS OF THE MORNING TO SHUT DOWN A PRACTICE OF OVER 15 YEARS WHILE ALSO ACCLIMATING MYSELF TO THE SUBSTANCE OF THE NEW POSITION AND, FRANKLY, WHILE ALSO JUGGLING THE DEMANDS OF SINGLE PARENTHOOD. I WAS IN THE FINAL STRETCH OF THOSE PREPARATIONS WENT ON SEPTEMBER 17 AT 4:34 PM WHILE ON A 10 MINUTE RECESS IN THE MIDST OF TRYING A TRIAL I OPENED AN EMAIL FROM THE HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR STATED THAT THE LETTER WAS TO CONFIRM THAT THE OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT INCIDENT TO ME WAS RESCINDED.

THAT IT COULD NOT BE COMPLETED BECAUSE CURRENTLY THERE WAS NO COUNTY FUNDING AVAILABLE.

OUT OF THE BLUE AND WITHOUT WARNING. I IMMEDIATELY REACHED SHANNON TAYLOR WHO WAS SHOCKED AND SHE TOLD ME THAT HE HAD OPINED THAT I WAS UNFIT FOR THE POSITION BASED UPON HIS REVIEW OF MY SOCIAL MEDIA. WHICH DEMONSTRATED SUPPORT FOR THE BLACK LIVES MATTER MOVEMENT AND FOR POLICE REFORM. SHE DISAGREED AND SHE ASKED HIM TO MEET WITH ME. HE REFUSED. I DRAFTED AN EMAIL AT 3:00 A.M.

THAT MORNING TO HIM EXPLAINING THAT I WAS CERTAIN THAT IF HE WOULD JUST TALK TO ME OR ASK POLICE OFFICERS THAT KNEW ME PERSONALLY OR PROSECUTORS HE WOULD KNOW THAT HIS VIEW OF ME WAS WRONG. I SENT THAT EMAIL TO HIM THAT DAY, AUGUST 18.

HE HAS NEVER RESPONDED. I HAVE NEVER HEARD A SINGLE WORD FROM HIM.

I, OF COURSE, HAVE BEEN TOLD BY MULTIPLE SOURCES THAT WHAT I BELIEVE IS OBVIOUS TO EVERYONE IS THAT THIS IS POLITICAL GAMESMANSHIP. HAVING SPOKEN WITH YOU MR. NELSON AND YOU MR. THORNTON I KNEW YOU WERE IN SUPPORT OF THE POSITION AND MY HIRING.

I READ YOUR STATEMENTS ADMISSIBLE IN WHICH SHE ESSENTIALLY DEFERRED TO HIM.

I HAVE REACHED OUT TO YOU AND TO YOU MR. BRENNAN AND I HAVE NOT HEARD A WORD FROM EITHER OF YOU.RANKLY, MR. BRENNAN, AS YOUR CONSTITUENT YOUR SILENCE IS DISAPPOINTING.

BUT I WILL NOT BE SILENT BECAUSE AS DRAMATIC AS THE SITUATION WAS DOING PERSONALLY I AM HERE SPEAKING TONIGHT BECAUSE WHAT HAS HAPPENED IS MUCH MORE SO A TRAVESTY AND AN INJUSTICE TO THE CITIZENS OF THIS COUNTY. AND FOR THEM I DO DEMAND ACCOUNTABILITY. AS A COUNTRY WE HAVE ALL SEEN THE DAMAGE THAT CAN BE IMPOSED BY ONE MAN WHO THINKS THAT HE ALONE IS ARBITER OF JUSTICE. USES THE POWER OF HIS POSITION, THE PURSESTRINGS THAT HE CONTROLS TO OVERCOME THE GOODWILL AND INTENTIONS OF THOSE ELECTED BY THE CITIZENRY. IT TAKES A SPECIAL LEVEL OF HUBRIS DO NOT EVEN GRANT A CONVERSATION. HE ANSWERS TO YOU AND SO THE QUESTION IS BEGGED, OR HIS ACTIONS AT YOUR INSTRUCTION OR HAS HE BEEN EMPOWERED TO BELIEVE THAT HE DOES NOT HAVE TO ANSWER TO ANYONE AT ALL? I WATCHED AS HE LOADED CHIEF ENGLISH OF HIS INSULATION.

HE SPOKE UP PROGRESS AND COMMUNICATION AND PROGRESS THREE DAYS BEFORE FARMING ON MY OUTSPOKENNESS ON THE NEED FOR THE SAME THINGS. THIS TELLS ME IS THAT HE KNOWS THAT YOU ALL KNOW THE POWER THAT IS IN THE SOCIAL JUSTICE MOVEMENT.

THE PEOPLE ARE DEMANDING CHANGES. BUT WHEN IT COMES TO ACTUALLY IMPLEMENTING THOSE CHANGES AND WHEN IT CAUSES US TO ASK TOUGH QUESTIONS AND IN THE HEART OF TRUTH, SOME WOULD INSTEAD QUIETLY PULLED THE RUG OUT FROM THAT CHANGE.

TYPICALLY THIS POSITION IS NEEDED FOR BOTH THE COMMUNITY AND FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT.

TO SAY THAT THIS POSITION WOULD CAUSE PROBLEMS IN RECRUITING NEW OFFICERS, THAT IS AN ADMISSION THAT YOU ARE ONLY SEEKING OFFICERS WHO ARE AFRAID OF ACCOUNTABILITY.

YOU ARE REJECTING OFFICERS WHO WOULD RATHER PREFER TO WORK IN AN ENVIRONMENT WHERE THEY KNOW THE STANDARDS ARE ENFORCED. THEY WILL NOT BE SUBJECT TO WATCHING A COLLEAGUE PRESSED HIS KNEE INTO THE NECK OF A CITIZEN AND HAVE TO DECIDE WHETHER TO RISK THEIR OWN CAREER BY DOING SOMETHING ABOUT IT.TO SAY THAT THIS POSITION WILL EXPOSE THE COUNTY TO LAWSUITS, THAT IS AN ADMISSION THAT INSTEAD OF ADDRESSING THE CONDITIONS THAT MIGHT LEAD TO SUCH LAWSUITS, YOU PREFER TO UPHOLD A SYSTEM THAT HIDES THE CONDITIONS FROM PUBLIC VIEW.

AND IT IGNORES THE JEOPARDY OF LAWSUITS THAT ACTIONS LIKE HIS EXPOSE THE COUNTY TWO.

BY SAYING THAT YOUBELIEVE THAT POLICE OFFICERS WOULD FEEL OFFENDED AT MY PICTURES WITH MY CHILDREN AT THE LEAST EDGE, AT MARCUS DAVID PETER CIRCLE. YOU ARE SAYING THAT YOU DON'T BELIEVE THAT POLICE OFFICERS ARE RATIONAL ADULTS WHO CAN RECOGNIZE THAT BAD THINGS HAPPEN BY BAD ACTORS AND THAT THOSE OF US WHO WANT TO GET RID OF THOSE BAD ACTORS ARE THE SAME ONES WHO SUPPORT THE ONES WHO ARE DOING IT RIGHT. HE AND ANYONE ELSE WHO WAS INVOLVED IN THOSE BACKDOOR DINNER MEETINGS WITH THESE THINGS ARE DISCUSSED, THEY DO NOT GET TO BULLY THEIR WAY INTO DEPRIVING THE CITIZENS OF THIS COUNTY, LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAYPEOPLE ALIKE OF THE NEED FOR THIS POSITION. THEY DO NOT GET TO ANONYMOUSLY SUBVERT THE ACTIONS OF AN ELECTED OFFICIAL DOING THE JOB THAT SHE HAS BEEN ELECTED

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MULTIPLE TIMES TO DO. INTERVIEW SHOULD NOT GET TO HIDE BEHIND NO COMMENTS, STATE YOUR POSITION SO THAT THE ELECTRIC KNOWS AND RESPONDS ACCORDINGLY.

I RESPECTFULLY REQUEST THAT THIS POSITION BE FULLY FUNDED AND THAT THE HIRING DECISION BE

UNIMPEDED AND THAT HE RESIGN. THANK YOU. >> ANYBODY ELSE THAT HAS SIGNED UP? THAT WOULD WISH TO ADDRESS THE BOARD?

>> THANK YOU IS ANYBODY ELSE WHO WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK DURING PUBLIC COMMENT IN THE ROOM? MA'AM, WHEN YOU GO UP TO THE PODIUM PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME AND YOUR ADDRESS.

>> HELLO MEMBERS OF THE BOARD. MY NAME IS TRESA BROWN AND MY ADDRESS IS 5079 .

IN ANARCHO VIRGINIA. WHAT IS STATE, WHEN I HEARD THAT AN ATTORNEY WOULD BE APPOINTED TO UPHOLD POLICE INTEGRITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY I WAS FILLED WITH AN ARRAY OF EMOTIONS RANGING FROM A SENSE OF RELIEF TO ELATION. I HAVE BEEN A RESIDENT OF THIS COUNTY ALL OF MY ADULT LIFE AND I RAISED MY SON HERE.WE ALL DESERVE THIS POSITION TO BE PROPERLY FUNDED. THE FACT THAT THE COUNTY MANAGER WITH DEAN THAT IT IS NOT NEEDED BECAUSE THE ATTORNEY IS A SUPPORTER OF SOCIAL JUSTICE IS NOT RIGHT.

AND NOT THE WILL OF THE TAXPAYERS ASSISTANCE OF HENRICO COUNTY.

AS WE, IN MY NEIGHBORS AND IN MY FRIENDS WHO ARE HENRICO COUNTY RESIDENTS.

WE OVERWHELMINGLY WANT THIS POSITION AND I BELIEVE THAT MR. WHITEHEAD WITH HER EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE IS THE PERFECT PERSON TO LEAD THIS VENTURE. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR

TIME AND LISTEN TO ME. >> THANK YOU. >> IS THERE ANYONE ELSE IN THE AUDIENCE WHO LIKE TO SPEAK? DURING PUBLIC COMMENT. SEEING NONE, IS ANYBODY ON

WEBEX WHO WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK DURING PUBLIC COMMENT? >> THERE IS NO ONE ON WEBEX.

>> 'SMANAGER. >> OUR GENERAL AGENDA THIS EVENING IN THE FIRST ITEM IS AGENDA ITEM 255 AND IS A RESOLUTION FOR CENTRAL AUTHORITY.

[11. GENERAL AGENDA ]

[11a. 255-20 Resolution - Signatory Authority - Contract Amendment for Architectural and Engineering Services - Fairfield Area Library - Fairfield District. ]

IT'S FOR ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING SERVICES. THIS IS FOR THE FAIRFIELD AREA LIBRARY AND MR. NEIL WILL EXPLAIN AS TO WHY WE ARE AMENDING IN ANY CONTRACT FOR A LIBRARY THAT IS LARGELY BEEN OPEN FOR A WHILE. MR. NEIL.

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

2017 THE BOARD AWARDED A CONTRACT TO DOCTORS KNOWN AS QUEEN EVANS.

FOR THE FAIRFIELD AREA LIBRARY. WE HAD TWO PREVIOUS CONTRACT, IS THAT INCREASE THE AMOUNT FROM 2,020,002. DURING THE PROJECT WE DETERMINED AN ADDITIONAL CONSTRUCTION SERVICES WERE NEEDED. AND MINISTER IN ORDER TO COMPLETE THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE PROJECT ITHIN THE ESTABLISHED TIMEFRAME.

WE RECOMMENDED WEEKLY MEETING WITH THE PROJECT CONTRACTOR MAY ALSO ASK FOR EXTRA PERSONNEL TO MAKE SURE THAT THE PROJECT WAS FINISHED IN A. IT IS REQUIRED IS THE AMENDMENT WOULD INCREASE THE CONTRACT AMOUNT FOR MORE THAN 15 PERCENT OF THE TOTAL.

THREE NEW TOTAL OF $2,406,791. THIS POOR PAPER OFFERS THE COUNTY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A CONTRACT AMENDMENT FOR ADDITIONAL SERVICES TO CLAY EVANS ARCHITECT.

THE FUNDING WAS AVAILABLE WITHIN THE BUDGET AND DIRECTOR OF GENERAL SERVICES FOR

LIBRARIES RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF COUNTY PAPERS. >> THIS IS TYPICAL,

>> IS HER. >> ANY OTHER QUESTIONS? NONE.

>> POINT WAS THE RESOLUTION? >> MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. THORTON AND SECOND BY MS.

SCHMIDT. ALL IN FAVOR SAY I COULD. >> I COULD.> IT CARRIES A.

>> AGENDA ITEM 56 ã20. THIS IS A RESOLUTION TO ACCEPT A GRANT.

THIS IS A LITTLE UNUSUAL IN THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE FOR X-RAY DEVICES.

[11b. 256-20 Resolution - To Accept a Grant from the United States Department of Justice - XRay Devices. ]

CHIEF ENGLISH WILL PROVIDE THE OVERVIEW. >> THANK YOU MR. MANAGER.

AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD. THIS IS A RESOLUTION PAPER FOR YOU FOR A GRANT FOR $63,570 AND FORM OF JUSTICE. TO PROCURE TO X-RAY DEVICES TO BE USED TO DETECT THREATS.

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THESE DEVICES WILL BE USED BY EOD TEAMS. TECHNICIANS TO ADDRESS TERRORISTIC ACTS, LARGE-SCALE VIOLENCE ATTEMPTS. THE DEVICES WILL BE USED TO SCAN SPECIAL PACKAGES AND ITEMS THAT MAY POSE A THREAT TO OUR COMMUNITY.

THIS IS MUCH NEEDED IN OUR CURRENT CLIMATE. WE ARE ASKING THE BOARD TO

ACCEPT THIS GRANT IN THE COUNTY MANAGER AGREES WITHIT. >> ANY QUESTIONS FOR THE CHIEF

, >> HOW BIG ARE THE DEVICES AND HOW BIG ARE THE MACHINES?

>> THEY ARE NOT THAT BIG. THEY ARE 14 FEET TALL. IN 15 FEET WIDE.

THEY ARE NOT LARGE AT ALL BUT THEY ARE PRETTY STURDY. THEY WERE ABOUT 45 POUNDS.

>> 14 FEET? >> NO, SORRY. 14 INCHES.

14 INCHES. 14 INCHES TALL AND 15 INCHES WIDE.

ABOUT 45 POUNDS BUT YOU CARRY IT ALMOST LIKE IN A SUITCASE OR PACKAGE.

>> IT WOULD BE USED TO, YOU PUT SOMETHING IN IT TO SEE WHAT WAS SO YOU CAN OPEN A PACKAGE AND

IT WILL NOT BLOW IT. SO YOU ARE SAYING, >> IT ALLOWS US TO SCAN A PACKAGE TO MAKE A THREAT ASSESSMENT. IT'S ALMOST LIKE GOING TO THE AIRPORT AND THE MACHINE THAT YOU GO THROUGH. A PULSE OF THE IMAGE IT ALLOWS

YOU TO LOOK AND SEE WHAT IS ACTUALLY IN THE PACKAGE. >> THANK YOU.

>> ANY OTHER QUESTIONS FOR THE CHIEF? >> MOVED RESOLUTION.

>> MOTION WAS MADE BY MS. O'BANNON AND SECOND. ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE.

>> FIVE. THE MOTION CARRIES. >> QC CHUY'Sö0 ACTUALLY IS A RESOLUTION FOR FOR TRAFFIC SAFETY GRANTS THE CHIEF HAS BROUGHT FORWARD.

[11c. 257-20 Resolution - To Accept Four Traffic Safety Grants from the Department of Motor Vehicles. ]

THESE ARE ALL FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES. CHIEF ENGLISH.

>> THIS IS A RESOLUTION PAPER FOR GRANTS TOTALING AN AMOUNT OF DMV TO ADDRESS SAFETY IN THE TRAFFIC. GRANTS WILL BE USED FOR OCCUPANT PROTECTION WHICH WOULD INCLUDE THE CLICKETY CAMPAIGN WHICH ADDRESSES CIVIL USAGE. PEDESTRIAN AND BIKE SAFETY, SPEED CONTROL AND DUI ENFORCEMENT. WE WOULD UTILIZE OUR DATA TO ADDRESS THOSE AREAS WHERE WE FEEL THOSE ISSUES -- WE FEEL WE HAVE THOSE ISSUES THAT AFFECT TRAFFIC SAFETY. PCHRIS AND QUESTIONS FOR THE CHIEF?

>> MOVED RESOLUTION. >> SECOND. >> MOTION WAS MADE BY MS. O'BANNON AND SECONDED BY MR. SMITH. ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE.

OPPOSED? RESOLUTION CARRIES.> NEXT IS AGENDA ITEM 58 ã20 AND THIS IS A RESOLUTION THAT IS PERSON TRULIA AUTHORITY. IT IS FOR ACQUISITION OF REAL PROPERTY. YOU WILL SEE THIS IS AN ACQUISITION THAT IS RELATED TO

[11d. 258-20 Resolution - Signatory Authority - Acquisition of Real Property - 1205 North Laburnum Avenue - Creighton Road Improvements Project - Fairfield District. ]

THE ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. MR. MORRIS. >> THANK YOU MR. MANAGER AND GOOD EVENING. MR. CHAIRMAN AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD.

THIS RESOLUTION WOULD AUTHORIZE THE ACQUISITION OF 223 SQUARE FEET OF RIGHT-OF-WAY AND 1749 SQUARE FEET OF TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT. ACROSS JANUARY 2, 2005 NORTH LABURNUM AVENUE FOR THE GREEN ROAD IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT. SEP 2011 ãã042 LLC OWNS THE PROPERTY AND HAS AGREED TO ACCEPT 31,000 839 -- 31,839. THE DIRECTOR OF RURAL PROPERTY AND THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF THE PAPER AND THE COUNTY MANAGER CONCURS. I WILL BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY OF YOUR QUESTIONS.

>> ANY QUESTIONS FOR CHARLIE? >> PEPPER, MR. CHAIRMAN. I WAS BORN IN RICHMOND AND I USED TO GO DOWN CREIGHTON ROAD. WHAT I DID MONDAY IS OPEN ALL THE WAY FROM NINE MILE ROAD DOWN CREIGHTON ROAD AND I CAN'T GO THE WAY THAT USED TO GO BUT I DID END UP ON WHAT I CALL THE NEW CREIGHTON ROAD.N TO SAY WE HAVE REALLY DONE AN EXCELLENT JOB OF IMPROVING IT.

IT WAS AMAZING TO ME TO SEE. MOVED RESOLUTION. >> SECOND.

>> THE MOTION WAS MADE AND SECONDED. ALL IN FAVOR SAY I COULD.

>> I. >> ALL OPPOSED, >> IT WAS CARRIED.

>> AGENDA ITEM 15 ã20 AND THIS WAS A RESOLUTION THESE ARE THE POLLING PLACE CHANGES THAT WE HAVE DISCUSSED WITH MR. COOLEY DURING THE WORK SESSION. MARK IF YOU WILL TAKE IT AWAY.

>> THANK YOU MR. MANAGER. MR. CHAIRMAN AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD THIS PAPER WILL DIRECT THE MERCY CHANGES TO THE FOUR PULLING PLACES THAT HAVE BEEN PROPHESIED ON THE COUNTY

[11e. 259-20 Resolution - Notice of Emergency Changes to Four Polling Places Due to COVID-19 Pandemic - Fairfield, Three Chopt, and Varina Districts. ]

WEBSITE AND SOCIAL MEDIA. BEFORE CHANGES ARE IN FAIRFIELD THOUGH IF YOU PRESENT, THE STRATFORD HALL PRESENT WITH SATTERFIELD PRECINCT. STATE LAW PERMITS POLLING PLACE

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CHANGES WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS IN CASES OF EMERGENCY.

THE STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS HAS APPROVED THESE CHANGES. IN FACT OVER 30 LOCALITIES HAVE REQUESTED APPROVAL OF EMERGENCY CHANGES SO FAR DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC.

I WOULD BE GLAD TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU HAVE AT THIS TIME.

>> TWO QUESTIONS. FIRST OF ALL, THESE PRECINCTS ARE BEING CHANGED PRIMARILY

BECAUSE, YURI TOLD US EARLIER. >> YES SIR PREPARE ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES IN A CHURCH

HOW TO CLOSE DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC. >> WAS STRUCK IN THE PRIMARY.

>> YES THESE CHANGES HAPPEN DURING THE JUNE PRIMARY. VOTERS ARE AWARE OF THEM AN

THEY HAVE BEEN SENT NOTICES AND WILL BE SENT A SECOND NOTICE ALSO.>> WHEN IS THAT SECOND

NOTICE GOING OUT? >> IT WILL GO OUT THE WEEK BEFORE ELECTION.

THE NATIONAL TODAY AND WAS SENT TODAY TO THE VOTERS AND ANOTHER NOTICE WILL GO OUT THE WEEK

BEFORE THE ELECTION JUST TO REMIND THEM. >> WE WILL HAVE SIGNS OF THE

PRECINCT, >> WE WILL HAVE SCIENCE AT THOSE FOUR PLACES THAT ARE NO

LONGER OPEN FOR THE SELECTION. >> WILL WE HAVE STAFF THERE AS WELL?

>> WE WILL NOT HAVE STUFFED ABOUT WE WILL HAVE SIGNS THERE AT THOSE FOR PRECINCTS.

>> ON THOSE SIGNS THERE ARE WILL BE A NUMBER TO THE REGISTER'S OFFICE OF PEOPLE

HAVE QUESTIONS? >> YES SIR AND DIRECTIONS ON HOW TO GET TO THE COURT POLLING

PLACE ALL WITHIN A MILE OF THE FORMER LOCATIONS. >> THE GOOD NEWS WITH THIS ONE

IS WE HAVE ALREADY BEEN THROUGH THIS PROCESS. >> WE HAVE BEEN THROUGH THIS

PROCESS IN JUNE. PYES SIR. >> ENERGY AND EMOTION?

>> SECOND. >> ALL IN FAVOR SAY I. ALL OPPOSED?

>> IT HAS PASSED. >> NEXT IS AGENDA ITEM 26ö0 THIS IS A RESOLUTION TO THIS IS APPROVAL OF INTERIM AGREEMENT AND THIS IS ALSO DISCUSSED IN WORK SESSION THIS IS THE WORK

[11f. 260-20 Resolution - Approval of Interim Agreement - Design and Demolition Services - Indoor Sports Facility and Convocation Center - Fairfield District- ]

FACILITY. >> THANK YOU. AS THE MANAGER INDICATED THIS IS A RESOLUTION FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION TO APPROVE A INTERIM AGREEMENT OUR SECOND INTERIM AGREEMENT WITH REDKEY CORE CORPORATION TO PROCEED WITH FULL CONSTRUCTION SERVICES TO INCLUDE THE DEMOLITION OF THE EXISTING MODEL STRUCTURE AND ALL NECESSARY DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT DOCUMENTATION TO GET TO A GUARANTEED MAXIMUM PRICE FOR CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW INDOOR SPORTS AND COMPLETIONS CENTER ON COUNTY OWNEDPROPERTY .

AS A MANAGER INDICATED THIS WAS COVERED IN A WORK SESSION PRESENTATION AND THEY ARE HERE IF THERE ARE QUESTIONS. THIS REGULATION DOES COME TO YOU WITH THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE DIRECTOR OF RELATIONS AND PARKS AND CURRENTS OF THE COUNTY MANAGER NOW BEING

--HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MIGHT HAVE. >> IS ANYBODY HAVE ANY

QUESTIONS FOR HIM? NONE. >> MOVED RESOLUTION.

>> MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. THORNE AND ALL IN FAVOR SAY I. THE MOTION CARRIES.> AGENDA ITEM 261 ã20 AND THIS IS A RESOLUTION. THIS FOR AN AWARD OF CONTRACT AND THIS IS THE ANNUAL WATER AND SANITARY WATER IMPROVEMENT PROJECT THAT HE WILL PROVIDE

[11g. 261-20 Resolution - Award of Contract - Annual Water and Sanitary Sewer Repairs and Improvements. ]

THE OVERVIEW ON. >> THANK YOU MR. MANAGER AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD.

THIS BOARD PAPER WOULD AWARD TO PROVIDE ANNUAL CONSTRUCTION SERVICES FOR WATER AND SANITARY SEWER SERVICE CONNECTIONS AND REPAIR PROJECTS. THIS MINUTE COST OF THE ENTERPRISE CONTRACT IS $4,172,250. FINAL CONTRACT VALUE FOR EACH YEAR WILL BE DETERMINED BY MULTIPLYING THE CONTRACT UNIT PRICES BY THE QUANTITY OF UNITS USED DURING THIS TIME. FUNDING FOR THE CONTRACT WILL BE PROVIDED BY WATER AND SEWER FUN. ONE BID WAS RECEIVED ON SEPTEMBER 24, 2020 AND THIS UPON A REVIEW OF BIDS TO HOWARD INCORPORATED IS THE LOWEST PRESPONSIVE AND RESPONSIBLE BIDDER. THE BOARD PAPER GRANTS SIGNATORY AUTHORITY TO THE COUNTY MANAGER TO EXECUTE THE CONTRACT. THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC UTILITIES AND THE PURCHASING DIRECTOR RECOMMEND APPROVAL IN THE COUNTY MANAGER CONCURS BUT

I WILL BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE. >> I HAVE A QUESTION.

THERE IS ONLY ONE BIDDER. >> CORRECT.

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