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(G (SOUNDING GAVEL) GOOD EVENING, EVERYONE, AND WELCOME TO THE HENRICO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FOR NOVEMBER 10.

OUR ATTENDANCE CAPACITY IN THE ROOM TODAY IS 40. THE ROOM IS ARRANGED SO EVERYONE IS SOCIAL DISTANCING APPROPRIATELY. THANK YOU FOR DOING THAT THIS EVENING. AND WE ARE ALSO LIVE STREAMING THIS ON THE INTERNET.

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IF SOMEONE IS WATCHING AND YOU'D LIKE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PUBLIC COMMENT SECTION OR PART OF THE PUBLIC HEARINGS, PLEASE GO TO HENRICO.USSUPERVISORS. SCROLL DOWN.

CLICK ON THE WEBEXEVENT AND A MODERATOR WILL TELL YOU WHEN IT IS YOUR TURN TO SPEAK.

IF EVERYONE IN THE ROOM WOULD PLEASE JOIN ME AND STAND FOR THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE.

AND REMAIN STANDING FOR THE INVOCATION. PASTOR DUNN WILL BE PROVIDING US WITH PRAYER TONIGHT. I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, AND TO THE REPUBLIC FOR WHICH IT STANDS, ONE NATION, UNDER GOD, INDIVISIBLE, WITH IB LIBERTY AND

JUSTICE FOR ALL. >> WOULD YOU PLEASE BOW YOUR HEADS?

[1. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE ]

LET US PRAY. DURING WISE AND LOVING FATHER, FIRST OF ALL WE WANT TO GIVE THANKS. WE THANK YOU ON BEHALF OF ALL THOSE GATHERED HERE TODAY.

WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR MANY AND A A

[2. INVOCATION ]

ABUNDANT BLESSINGS. THANK YOU FOR LIFE ITSELF AND THE MEASURE TO FULFILL OUR CALLINGS. THANK YOU FOR SUSTAINING US. THANK YOU FOR FRIENDSHIP.

THANK YOU FOR ABILITY THE TO BE INVOLVED IN USEFUL WORK AND FOR THE HONOR OF BEARING APPROPRIATE RESPONSIBILITIES. THANK YOU FOR THE FREEDOM TO EMBRACE YOU ASK SERVE YOU AND THANK YOU FOR LOVING US FROM YOUR BOUNDLESS AND UNCONDITIONAL LOVE.

SCRIPTURES TEACH US IN ROMANS THAT EVERYONE BE SUBJECT TO THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES FOR THERE IS NO AUTHORITY EXCEPT THAT WHICH GOD HAS ESTABLISHED. GOD, YOU HAVE ESTABLISHED ALL AUTHORITY. THEREFORE, I PRAY FOR THE HENRICO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, OTHER OFFICIALS AND CITIZENS IN THIS ASSEMBLY. I AM ASKING THAT YOU WOULD GRACIOUSLY GRANT THEM WISDOM TO GOVERN AMID ANY CONFLICT ISSUES WE MAY HAVE IN THESE TIMES.

GIVE THEM A SENSE OF WELFARE AND TRUE KNNEEDS OF OUR PEOPLE. A KEEN THIRST FOR JUSTICE AND RIGHTEOUSNESS. CONFIDENCE IN WHAT IS GOOD AND FITTING.

THE ABILITY TO WORK TOGETHER IN HARMONY EVEN WHEN THERE IS HONEST DISAGREEMENT.

PERSONAL PEACE IN THEIR LIVES AND JOY IN THEIR TASK. I PRAY FOR THE AGENDA SET BEFORE THEM TODAY. GIVE AN ASSURANCE OF WHAT WOULD PLEASE YOU, WHAT WOULD BENEFIT THOSE WHO LIVE AND WORK IN AND AROUND OUR BELOVED HENRICO COUNTY.

IN JESUS' NAME, WE PRAY, AMEN. >> THANK YOU, PASTOR DUNN. >> WE HAVE A REQUEST FOR THE APPROVAL OF THE 2020 BOTH REGULAR AND SPECIAL MEETINGS. A MOTION WOULD BE IN ORDER.

>> PATRICIA O'BANNON: GO AHEAD. >> MOTION MADE BY MR. NELSON AND SECONDED BY MR. THORNTON.

>> MR. CHAIR MEMBERS AND AUDIENCE, I HAVE TWO COMMENTS THIS EVENING.

[3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES – October 27, 2020, Regular and Special Meetings ]

THE FIRST IS OUR BIWEEK BIWEEKLE ON THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC. I'LL ASK DEPUTY COUNTY MANAGER FOR PUBLIC SAFETY TONY MCDOWAL TO COME FORWARD AND PRESENT INFORMATION TO THE BOARD AND THE

CIT CITIZENS. >> AS YOU CAN SEE ON THE SCREEN

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ON THE CHARTS, IT'S A TREND CHART FOR THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA.

WE HAVE SEEN ACROSS THE STATE AN UPTICK OF COVID-19 INFECTIONS IN THE PAST FEW WEEKS.

IT BLUE BARS REPRESENT DAILY POSITIVE CASES. THE GOLD LINE REPRESENTS THE RUNNING SEVEN-DAY AVERAGE OF NEW COVID CASES. THIS IS THE FULL COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA. WE HAVE SEEN SIMILAR TRIPODS IN THE RIDGE -- TRENDS IN THE REGION AND VIRGINIA. THE NUMBER OF DAILY CASES FOR HENRICO HAD AN UPTICK IN THE PAST FEW WEEKS AS WELL AS THE RUNNING 7-DAY AVERAGE IN GOLD. WE'LL GET MORE INTO THE ACTUAL NUMBERS IN A MOMENT. SO THIS IS THE NUMBER OF INFECTIONS.

THE QUESTION IS ALWAYS, YOU KNOW, HOW SERIOUSLY ARE PEOPLE SICK.

AND HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE BEING HOSPITALIZED AND SO THIS NEXT CHART GIVES YOU A PORTRAYAL THAT

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SHOWS FOR THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA THE DAILY HOSPITALIZATION COUNTS AND AGAIN THE GOLD BAR IS THE 7-DAY RUNNING AVERAGE. YOU DO SEE A SLIGHT INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF HOSPITALIZATIONS IN HENRICO COUNTY. WE HAVE SEEN AN UPTICK IN THE LAST TWO WEEKS BUT THAT UPTICK MEANS WE HAVE ON AVERAGE BETWEEN FOUR AND FIVE PEOPLE HOSPITALIZED FROM HENRICO COUNTY. SO WE'RE NOT TALKING ABOUT LARGE NUMBERS THANK GOODNESS. AS WE MOVE ON TO OBVIOUSLY THE WORST STATISTIC IS THE NUMBER OF LIVES TAKEN BY COVID-19 ACROSS THE COMMONWEALTH, THERE HAVE BEEN UPS AND DOWNS IN THE DATA AND CERTAINLY THERE IS THE CHANCE AS THE NUMBER OF INFECTIONS INCREASE WE MAY SEE MORE HOSPITALIZATIONS AND DEATHS. THIS NUMBER APPEARS IN HENRICO COUNTY WHICH IS THE LAST CHART I'M SHOWING YOU TO BE RELATIVELY STABLE TO WHAT WE HAVE SEEN OVER THE PAST SEVERAL MONTHS. OBVIOUSLY THE FIRST SEVERAL WEEKS OF THE PANDEMIC IN MARCH AND APRIL HIT US THE HARDEST. PARTICULARLY IN THE LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES ACROSS THE COUNTY. I PROVIDED FOR YOUR FOLLOW-UP AND INFORMATION, QUITE A FEW DATA ELEMENTS THAT I WASN'T NECESSARILY GOING TO REVIEW ALL THESE TONIGHT.

THE FIRST TABLE SHOWS AGAIN JUST IN A TABLE FORMAT THE NUMBER OF NEW CASES.

THE 7-DAY AVERAGE. THE NUMBER OF CASES PER THOUSAND FOR THE COMMONWEALTH.

THEN FOR HENRICO AND OUR NEIGHBORS IN CHESTERFIELD AND THE CITY OF RICHMOND.

WHAT YOU SEE IS WE'RE AT OR BELOW THE STATE AVERAGE NUMBER OF CASES AND CONSISTENT WITH OUR NEIGHBORS. THE SAME IS TRUE BOTH FOR HOSPITALIZATIONS AND ON THE FINAL CHART, THE NUMBER OF COVID-RELATED DEATHS. IF I MAY I'LL TALK ABOUT VACCINATIONS. THERE HAS BEEN QUITE A BIT OF INFORMATION IN THE NEWS RECENTLY ABOUT VACCINATIONS MOVING FORWARD IN CLINICAL TRIALS AND WE REPORTED TO THE BOARD IN PREVIOUS MEETINGS THAT OUR INTENT AND IN FACT WE HAVE BEEN WORKING WITH STATE AND FEDERAL OFFICIALS TO BETTER UNDERSTAND HOW THE COURSE OF VACCINATIONS WILL PROCEED.

WE HAVE BEEN WORKING WITH THE HENRICO HEALTH DEPARTMENT AND VDH TO REALLY PRACTICE THIS AND IRON OUT THE KINKS BY DOING FLU VACCINATIONS. THIS IS FOR THE ANNUAL INFLUENZA VACCINATION PROGRAM. THE POINTS OF DISTRIBUTION THAT WE HAVE BEEN UNDERTAKING REALLY HELPS US TO UNDERSTAND THE LOGISTICS OF LARGE SCALE VACCINATIONS AND DRIVE-THRU DISTRIBUTION OPPORTUNITIES. WE IDENTIFY STAFFING NEEDS, PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT AND OTHER LOGISTICAL ISSUES. WE LISTED SOME OF THE RECENT FLU VACCINATION EVENTS THAT HAVE TAKEN PLACE WITH NEARLY 600 PEOPLE VACCINATED WHILE REALLY AT THE SAME TIME TRAINING OUR PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS ON HOW TO CARRY OUT THE EVENTUALLY COVID-19 VACCINATIONS ONCE THEY'RE AVAILABLE. WE HAVE TO HAVE SOME ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT HOW THE PHASING OF VACCINATIONS WILL ROLL OUT THIS YEAR AS WELL AS NEXT YEAR. OUR BEST UNDERSTANDING OF THIS IS LISTED ON THE SLIDE. IT'S SUMMARIZED IN THREE PHASES. THE FIRST APPLIES TO HEALTHCARE WORKERS WHICH INCLUDES PEOPLE WHO WORK IN LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES.

THAT'S A VERY SIGNIFICANT CONCERN IN HENRICO COUNTY BECAUSE OF ALL THE NUMBER OF FACILITIES WE HAVE AS WELL AS FOR FIRST RESPONDERS. THE SECOND PHASE RIGHT ON THE HEELS OF THAT IS FOR ESSENTIAL WORKERS INCLUDING SCHOOL TEACHERS AND CHILDCARE PROVIDERS. PEOPLE WHO WORK IN THE FOOD SERVICE INDUSTRY AND INDIVIDUALS WITH HIGH RISK FACTORS SO GENERAL POPULATION OF INDIVIDUALS WITH HIGH RISK FACTORS. THEN FINALLY IN THE LAST PHASE IS WHEN IT OPENS UP TO THE GENERAL POPULATION. WE DON'T KNOW FOR CERTAIN WHAT THE PHASING WILL LOOK LIKE.

WE'RE TOLD WE MAY SEE THE FIRST SETS OR DOSES OF VACCINATIONS BEFORE THE END OF THE CALENDAR YEAR. WE'RE STAYING ON THAT AS BEST AS WE CAN.

THEN MR. MANAGER, WITH YOUR INDULGENCE, I'D LIKE TO UPDATE THE BOARD ON DEVELOPMENTS TODAY RELATED TO COVID CASES THAT WE LEARNED ABOUT IN THE VOTER REGISTRARS OFFICE AS WELL AS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. THIS INFORMATION IS ALREADY OUT IN THE MEDIA AND NOTIFICATION HAS GONE OUT TO ALL EMPLOYEES, BUT I'LL TRY TO SUMMARIZE WHAT WE KNOW.

WE HAD AN EMPLOYEE AT THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE WHO BEGAN TO FEEL ILL ON SATURDAY.

SUBSEQUENTLY TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID-19. THAT TEST CAME IN TODAY.

WE IMMEDIATELY BEGAN CONDUCTING CONTACT TRACING AND IDENTIFIED PEOPLE THAT WERE CLOSE CONTACTS TO THAT EMPLOYEE AND WE TOOK ALL 13 PEOPLE THAT WERE IN THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE TODAY OVER TO EMPLOYEE HEALTH AND CONDUCTED THE RAPID COVID-19 TEST THAT WE HAVE AND OUT OF THAT, WE FOUND IN ADDITION TO THE ONE PERSON WHO ALREADY HAD A POSITIVE TEST, WE IDENTIFIED FOUR ADDITIONAL EMPLOYEES FROM THE 13 WHO WERE POSITIVE FOR COVID-19. IN ADDITION TO THAT THERE WERE TWO EMPLOYEES AT PUBLIC WORKS WORK ON A DIFFERENT FAMILIAR OF THE SAME BUILDING WHO ALSO TESTED POSITIVE TO COVID-19. WE HAVE A TOTAL NOW OF SEVEN PEOPLE THAT WE HAVE RECEIVED

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POSITIVE TESTS FOR. WE'LL CONTINUE CONTACT TRACING AND TESTING AS WE NEED TO OVER THE COURSE OF THE NEXT DAY OR TWO. IT'S IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT THE LAST DAY THAT PEOPLE WERE ABLE TO -- CITIZENS WERE ABLE TO COME IN AND LINE UP FOR EARLY VOTING IN PERSON WAS ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13. OUR EMPLOYEES FIRST SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS WERE A FULL WEEK LATER. SO BASED ON PROTOCOL AND OUR UNDERSTANDING FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND CDC, THE PERIOD OF WHICH A PERSON IS INFECTIOUS IS REALLY TWO DAYS PRIOR TO SYMPTOMS. BECAUSE WE HAD A FULL WEEK IN BETWEEN THOSE TWO, WE DON'T BELIEVE THAT ANY CITIZENS WERE EXPOSED TO THE EMPLOYEE WHO HAD THE INFECTION.

SO WE'RE CARRYING OUT ALL THE REPORTING, TESTING AND FOLLOWING UP PROCEDURES THAT ARE NECESSARY. I WILL TELL YOU OF THE FIVE INDIVIDUALS FROM THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE WHO TESTED POSITIVE, TWO HAVE MINOR SYMPTOMS. THREE HAVE NO SYMPTOMS AT ALL.

WE'LL CONTINUE TO MONITOR THEIR CONDITION AND CERTAINLY HOPE FOR THE BEST.

WE HAVE ALREADY PERFOMED AN IMMEDIATE DISINFECTION OF THE BUILDING BUT THE BUILDING WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE HOLIDAY TOMORROW, BUT ALSO FOR THURSDAY AND FRIDAY WHERE WE'LL MAKE SURE THAT DEEP CLEAN SING PERFORMED BEFORE THE BUILDING REOPENS ON MONDAY.

IF I CAN, I'D MAKE ONE COMMENT WHICH IS WE HAVE A NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES IN THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE, FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME EMPLOYEES, FOLKS THAT COME OUT AND WORK THE ELECTIONS, VOLUNTEERS WHO HAVE GONE THROUGH A VERY CHALLENGING ELECTION CYCLE.

WE HAD TENS OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE THAT CAME THROUGH THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE DURING EARLY VOTING WHO CAME IN PERSON AND THE COUNTY PROVIDED EVERY POSSIBLE SAFE GUARD THAT WE COULD IDENTIFY FROM SOCIAL DISTANCING TO PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT, TRAINING JOE FORTH FOR THESE FOLKS. THEY KNEW GOING INTO IT THERE WAS A RISK TO PARTICIPATE.

I THINK IT'S REALLY A TESTAMENT TO THESE HARD WORKING EMPLOYEES AND VOLUNTEERS THAT THEY DID THEIR MART TO MAKE SURE THE COMMUNITY HAD THEIR VOICES HEARD IN THE ELECTIONS.

I'M PROUD OF MY CO-WORKERS AND I'M PROUD TO STAND BY THEM AS WE WORK THROUGH THIS COVID CASE AND WITH THAT, I'LL CONCLUDE MY COMMENTS AND TRY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU HAVE.

>> ANY QUESTIONS? SEEING NONE? THANK YOU, JOHN.

MR. MANAGER? >> MR. CHAIRMAN, SPEAKING OF THE REGISTRAR, MARK COAKLEY I KNOW IS WITH US VIRTUALLY AND I WANT TO PICK UP ON, YOU KNOW, THE COMMENTS THAT TONY MCDOWELL MADE. YOU THINK ABOUT MANAGING A PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN THE MIDDLE OF A PANDEMIC. OBVIOUSLY THE LARGEST OUTCOME THAT WE EVER HAD AS FAR AS VOTES IN OUR COUNTY. IT'S THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE THAT REALLY PUT THEMSELVES OUT THERE. I SPECIFICALLY WANT TO THANK MARK COAKLEY, ANN MARIE MIDDLESWORTH. THE ELECTORAL BOARD, THE STAFF OF THE REGISTRAR, AND OUR DEPUTY COUNTY MANAGER MONICA CALLAHAN. YOU ALL SPENT HOURS AND HOURS AND HOURS MAKING SURE THAT FOLKS COULD VOTE DIFFERENTLY. THIS WAS THE FIRST TIME WE TRIED THIS.

AND THE OUTCOME FROM A VOTING STANDPOINT AS FAR AS NUMBERS, IT'S UNPRECEDENTED.

SO MARK? ARE YOU -- HE WOULD BE HERE SHORT OF, YOU KNOW, THE ISSUE THAT WE HAD IN THE BUILDING. BUT MARK IS AT HOME. MA

MARK? >> THANK YOU, MR. MANAGER. MR. CHAIRMAN, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, I WANT TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR REPORT AND DEDICATION TO THE ELECTION PROCESS THAT WE HAVE HERE IN HENRICO. THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA AND THE UNITED STATES.

WE REALLY HAD THREE AND A HALF ELECTIONS HAPPEN SINCE SEPTEMBER 18 THROUGH NOVEMBER 3.

WE HAD ELECTION DAY, OUR TRADITIONAL DAY, ELECTION DAY WHICH WE HAD APPROXIMATELY 72,116 VOTERS SHOW UP AT THE 91 POLLING PLACES AND VOTE. BEFORE THAT, 45 DAYS LEADING UP TO ELECTION, WE HAD OVER 110,000 VOTERS EITHER VOTE BY MAIL OR IN PERSON.

IT'S AN INCREDIBLE FIGURE TO WITNESS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN VIRGINIA.

SO AFTER NOVEMBER 3, WE STILL COUNTED BALLOT THROUGH SATURDAY, THE 7TH, BECAUSE OF AN ABSENTEE BY MAIL THAT WAS DELIVERED ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. THREE AND A HALF ELECTIONS OVER ABOUT A 50-DAY PERIOD INSTEAD OF NORMALLY OUR 13 HOUR ONE-DAY EVENT.

IT'S BEEN AN INCREDIBLE JOURNEY FOR ALL OF US. WE ARE REALLY EXCITED FOR WHAT WE HAVE ACCOMPLISHED AND WHAT'S AHEAD IN THE FUTURE WITH VOTING IN VIRGINIA AND IN HENRICO

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COUNTY. AT THIS TIME I DO WANT TO SAY THAT JUST BASED ON THE ROUGH ESTIMATE, ANN MARIE AND I PUT IN AN ADDITIONAL 425 TIME HOURS. STAFF DID EVEN MORE.

I REALLY APPREC IATE IATE ALL TE WORK THAT PART-TIME VOLUNTEERS AND FULL-TIME STAFF HAVE ACCOMPLISHED SINCE THE EARLY DAYS. I'LL BE GLAD TO TAKE ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE AT THIS T TIME.

>> THANKS YOU, MARK. DOES ANYBODY HAVE ANY QUESTIONS FOR MARK?

>> I DON'T HAVE ANY QUESTIONS. I DO WANT TO THANK YOU, MARK. YOU AND YOUR STAFF FOR EVERYTHING THAT YOU GUYS HAVE DONE OVER THE LAST COUPLE MONTHS.

BACK INTO THE SUMMER. WITH PREPARATION, YOU KNOW, I CALL THE MANAGER ON -- CALLED THE MANAGER ON THE SATURDAY BEFORE -- SO THREE DAYS BEFORE ELECTION DAY TO SHOUT OUT TO YOU GUYS AND SUPPORT STAFF THAT WE HAVE HERE AT THE COUNTY. MONICA AND OTHERS.

PRIOR TO ELECTION DAY OR AFTER ELECTION DAY, I DID NOT H HEAR -- I PERSONALLY DID NOT HEAR MANY COMPLAINTS AT ALL IF ANY. SO I DO KNOW THISF WAS DIFFERENT. YOU GUYS WORKED HARD. IT'S UNFORTUNATE THAT PERSONS HAVE COVID NOW. I'M HOPING IT WILL BE MINIMIZED. BUT I KNOW YOU WORKED HARD AND I KNOW THAT THE NEWS ABOUT COVID AND THEN SOME OF THE OTHER NEWS THAT HAD COME OUT WILL PUT A NEGATIVE SPIN ON OUR VOTER REGISTRATION OFFICE, BUT YOU GUYS WORK EXTREMELY HARD AND JUST KNOW THAT ONE OF -- I'M CERTAIN THAT ALL OF US APPRECIATE EVERYTHING YOU GUYS

DID DURING THIS ELECTION SEASON. >> ANYONE ELSE? NOPE? MARK, AGAIN, FROM ALL OF US, PLEASE TAKE -- MAKE SURE THAT ALL OF YOUR CREW ARE -- GET HEALTHY AND THE ONES, THE OTHERS, STAY HEALTHY IF YOU WOULD.

AGAIN, THANK YOU FOR ALL OF THE TIME THAT YOU GUYS PUT INTO THIS ELECTION.

MUCH. I LOOK FORWARD TO MORE BRIEFINGS AND AS WE GO INTO THE FUTURE, OUR CONTINUED RELATIONSHIP WITH THE MANAGER, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, AND MR. CHAIRMAN.

THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN FROM US AND THE STAFF AND THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE.

>> THANKS AGAIN, MARK. MR. MANAGER? >> MR. CHAIRMAN, I HAVE NO OTHER

COMMENTS. >> OKAY. AT THIS TIME ARE THERE ANY BOARD

MEMBERS THAT HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR ANY COMMENTS? >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: I DO, MR. CHAIRMAN. I AM SAD TO NOTE THE PASSING OF A NOTABLE HENRICOAN.

REVEREND DR. ANDREW M. MOSELEY, JR. HE DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON NOVEMBER 2 AND REVEREND MOSELEY WAS 80 YEARS OLD. HE WAS A RETIRED PASTOR OF QWAKASAN BAPTIST CHURCH WHERE HE SERVED FOR 32 YEARS. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, ONE DAUGHTER, TWO SONS, AND HIS WIFE AND ANDRE AND HIS WIFE. FIVE GRANDCHILDREN AND ONE

[5. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ COMMENTS ]

SI SISTER. A HOST OF NIECES, NEPHEWS AND COUSINS. DR. MOSELEY WAS VERY ACTIVE IN THE COMMUNITY AND WAS OBVIOUSLY VERY WELL THOUGHT OF. HE WAS NOTED BY SENATORS, CONGRESSMEN, AND OTHERS THROUGH THE YEARS FOR ALL HIS WORK IN THE COUNTY. HIS NAME IS SYNONYMOUS WITH ETHICS, MORALS, AND A PCONSCIEN. WE WILL SURELY MISS HIM. SORELY MISS HIM IN THE FUTURE.

BUT I DID WANT TO MAKE THAT NOTE. THANK YOU.

>> THANK YOU, MS. O'BANNON. ANYONE ELSE? MR. SCHMITT?

>> DANIEL SCHMITT: I HAVE TWO QUICK ONES. FIRST WE'LL BE HOLDING THE SECOND OF OUR MONTHLY BROOKLYN BEAT VIRTUAL CONSTITUENT MEETINGS NEXT WEEK.

IT WILL BE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER WHILE IT'S INTENDED FOR JUST THE RESIDENTS OF BROOKLAND, ANY COUNTY REZ DEPENDENT CAN DIAL IN. IT'S A MONTHLY OPPORTUNITY TO GATHER WITH RESIDENTS AND HEAR WHAT'S ON THEIR MIND AND GIVE THEM AN UPDATE OF THE COUNTY AS WELL.

IF YOU CALLED LAST MONTH, THE FIRST SESSION WE HAD CHIEF ENGLISH AND MR. COAKLEY WITH THE

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REGISTRAR'S OFFICE. THIS WEEK -- NEXT WEEK ON NOVEMBER 18 WE'LL BE FORTUNATE ENOUGH TO HAVE MS. LAURA TODDY WITH OUR MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES AND DIVISION GIVE AN UPDATE AND ALSO NEIL LUTHER, OUR DIRECTOR OF RECK PARKS AND REC. JOIN US NEXT WEDNESDAY FOR THE BROOKLAND VIRTUALY. THE SECOND UPDATE I HAVE, M MR. BRANIN, IS ACTUALLY A REQUEST. I WAS HOPING THE CLERK COULD GIVE US A 30-SECOND UPDATE.

WE HAVEN'T TALKED ABOUT THE HENRICO CHRISTMAS MOTHER I REMEMBER THIS YEAR.

I KNOW THEY'RE OPERATING DIFFERENTLY THIS YEAR. COMPERE WANT TO BRING IT TO THE FOLKS' ATTENTION HERE TONIGHT AND WHO MIGHT BE DIALED IN IF WE HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO GET AN UPDATE. I HAVE THE WEBSITE OF HEN HENRICOCHRISTMASMOTHER.ORG STILL ACCEPTING DONATIONS. IF WE COULD GET A 15 TO 30-SECOND UPDATE, I THINK THEY'RE IN OPERATION NOW. IS THAT CORRECT? IT WILL BE DIFFERENT WITH COVID?

>> YES, SIR. THAT IS CORRECT. THE HENRICO CHRISTMAS MOTHER IS OPERATING. THEY ARE ONLY AT THIS TIME TAKING MONETARY DONATIONS DUE TO CO COVID. THEY HAVE 1400 FAMILIES WHICH CALCULATES TO 5,000 INDIVIDUALS THEY'LL BE SERVING WHICH IS A 14% INCREASE FROM LAST YEAR.

DUE TO COVID, THEY CAN ONLY TAKE MONETARY DONATIONS SO THEY ARE ACCEPTING THEM.

I WILL BE TAKING DONATIONS FROM THE COUNTY UP UNTIL FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11.

IF ANYONE WANTS TO MAKE A DONATION AND THEN I WILL BE PRESENTING THE HENRICO CHRISTMAS MOTHER AT OUR DECEMBER 15, A CHECK ON BEHALF OF HENRICO COUNTY AND HENRICO COUNTY EMPLOYEES. A CHECK FROM US SO IF ANYONE WANTS TO MAKE A DONATION, MAKE A CHECK OUT TO HENRICO CHRISTMAS MOTHER AND I'LL BE HAPPY TO DONATE THAT ON YOUR BEHALF.

THEY'RE ACCEPTING DONATIONS NOW. >> MS. HARDING, WOULD YOU MAKE SURE THAT BEN HAS THE

INFORMATION FOR ALL OF OUR SOCIAL MEDIA AND -- >> YES.

WE ACTUALLY DID A VIDEO WITH THE HENRICO CHRISTMAS MOTHER. I WENT OUT TO THE WAREHOUSE AND DID A VIDEO. I WILL HAVE BEEN -- I'LL SHARE THAT ON SOCIAL MEDIA FOR

EVERYONE, YES. >> CAN NOT WAIT TO SEE THAT. THANK YOU.

SORRY TO PUT YOU ON THE SPOT. I WANTED TO GET THE INFORMATION OUT.

FOR THOSE OF YOU STILL DIALED IN, THEY'RE SERVING 5,000 MEMBERS OFFER COMMUNITY WHO NEED SUPPORT. 14% HIGHER THAN LAST YEAR IN A COVID ENVIRONMENT.

PLEASE HOP ON HENRICOCHRISTMASMOTHER.ORG AND GIVE THEM YOUR SUPPORT.

THANK YOU. MR. CHAIRMAN, THAT'S ALL I GOT. >> ANYONE ELSE? OKAY. AT THIS TIME I DON'T BELIEVE WE HAVE ANYONE FROM (INAUDIBLE) IN THE ROOM BUT WE HAVE BRENT SOLOMON IN THE ROOM THIS EVENING.

SO THANK YOU, SIR, FOR BEING HERE. DID HE LEAVE? ALL RIGHT. CAN'T SEE HIM. OKAY.

THANK YOU FOR BEING HERE THIS EVENING. MR. MANAGER?

>> MR. CHAIRMAN, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, WE DO HAVE ONE PRESENTATION THIS EVENING AND THAT IS AGENDA ITEM 273-20. THIS IS A RESOLUTION COMMENDING JOHN M. STEELE.

[6. RECOGNITION OF NEWS MEDIA ]

I'LL ASK MR. NELSON TO COME FORWARD AND READ THE RESOLUTON RECOGNIZING MR. STEEL'S LONG

[7. PRESENTATION ]

SERVICE TO OUR ECONOMIC AUTH AUTHORITY.

[7a. 273-20 Resolution - Commending John M. Steele. ]

>> PATRICIA O'BANNON: MR. MANAGER, SHOULD WE VOTE ON THAT FIRST?

>> PLEASE. >> I'LL ENTERTAIN A MOTION. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: SO MOVED.

>> SECOND. >> MOTION MADE BY MS. O'BANNON. SECONDED BY MR. SCHMITT.

ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE? ALL OPPOSED? THAT RESOLUTION CARRIES.

MR. NELSON? FLOOR IS YOURS. >> TYRONE NELSON: SHOULD WE BRING THE STEELE FAMILY DOWN NOW? COME ON DOWN, STEELE FAMILY.

JUST HANG OUT HERE FOR A SECOND. THIS IS A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF HENRICO COUNTY OF VIRGINIA COMMENDING JOHN M. STEELE. WHEREAS JOHN M STEELE IS A LONG-STANDING MEMBER OF THE HENRICO COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND WHEREAS MR. STEELE WAS BORN IN ASHLAND, KENTUCKY, AND GRADUATED FROM DENSON UNIVERSITY AND WHEREAS MR. STEELE CONTINUED HIS EDUCATION AT THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA IN THE TUCKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AT THE DARTMOUTH SCHOOL. AND WHEREAS MR. STEELE SPENT HIS ENTIRE CAREER IN THE GASOLINE BUSINESS BEGINNING WITH STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF OHIO AND CONTINUING WITH HIS PURCHASE OF THE LITTLE SUE CHAIN OF CONVENIENCE GROCERY STORES IN 1996.

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AND WHEREAS MR. STEELE IS A FORMER MEMBER OF THE SOCIETY OF INDEPENDENT GASOLINE MARKETERS OF VIRGINIA AND HE SERVED ON HIS BOARD OF DIRECTORS IN NUMEROUS KEY COMMITTEES.

AND WHEREAS MR. STEELE HAS REPRESENTED THE (INAUDIBLE) DISTRICT ON ECONOMIC AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS SINCE JULY OF 1994. AND HAS SERVED WITH DISTINCTION AS HIS TREASURER, VICE CHAIRMAN AND CHAIRMAN AND WHEREAS MR. STEELE'S INTEGRITY AND DEDICATION TO THE COUNTY AND ECONOMIC AUTHDEVELOPMENT AUTHOR HAVE BEEN EXEMPLARY.

WE COMMEND JOHN M. STEELE FOR DEDICATED PUBLIC SERVICE TO THE COUNTY AND ITS CITIZENS.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT THE CLERK OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS SHALL PREPARE A COPY OF THIS RESOLUTION FOR PRESENTATION TO MR. STEELE AS A SINCERE EXPRESSION OF THE COUNTY'S APPRECIATION AND RESPECT FOR HIS EXTRAORDINARY LOYALTY AND DILIGENCE AS A VALUED MEMBER OF THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS.

THIS WAS PREPARED BY OUR CHAIR, MR. TOMMY BRANIN AND OUR CLERK, TO TONYA HARDING. NOVEMBER 10, 2020. CONGRATULATIONS.

ON THIS AND SHARE A FEW WORDS. I THREW MY MASK BACK ON BECAUSE I'M GOING TO TURN AND TALK TO YOU. WHEREAS MR. STEELE'S INTEGRITY, COMMITMENT, AND DEDICATION TO THE COUNTY HAVE BEEN EXEMPLARY. I WANT TO FOCUS ON THAT. I DID NOT KNOW YOU PRIOR TO 2011. AND I REALIZED THAT MY PREDECESSOR WAS A REALLY GOOD FRIEND OF YOURS. YOU COULD HAVE EASILY DECIDED NOT TO SERVE ANYMORE AND TO STOP OFFERING UP YOUR SERVICE. BEING THE MAN THAT YOU ARE, WE WENT TO LUNCH AT PEARLY'S, I THINK. EVER SINCE THEN WE HAVE BEEN DEVELOPING THIS RELATIONSHIP.

YOU ARE ONE OF THE BEST MEN THAT I KNOW. YOUR FAMILY IS MY FAMILY.

AND BECAUSE OF OUR RELATIONSHIP, I WAS ABLE TO UNITE YOUR DAUGHTER IN MARRIAGE AND, YOU KNOW, YOUR GRANDKIDS AND YOUR WIFE ARE FAMILY TO MY FAMILY. AND I WANT TO LET YOU KNOW THAT I APPRECIATE YOUR 26 YEARS OF SER SER SERVICE. YOUR NINE YEARS OF SERVICE WITH ME. AND I WON'T BE ABLE TO REPLACE YOU AND I KNOW YOU'RE JUST A PHONE CALL AWAY. I THOUGHT TODAY, OUR RELATIONSHIP AND WHO YOU ARE AS A PERSON IS WHAT I FEEL LIKE THIS WORLD IS MISSING. WE DON'T -- YOU JUST DON'T HAVE THE TYPE OF RELATIONSHIPS THAT WE HAVE DEVELOPED OVER THE YEARS.

IT JUST DOESN'T HAPPEN A WHOLE LOT NOW. SO I'M SADDENED BUT YOU DESERVE IT. WE WANT YOU TO CONTINUE TO ENJOY RETIREMENT AND I'M GOING TO MISS YOU PERSONALLY WORKING, BUT I KNOW YOU LITERALLY ARE HALF A MILE UP THE ROAD.

SO.

Y YOU. YOU ARE DUE ALL THE HONOR WE'RE GIVING YOU TONIGHT. SO I'M GOING TO LET OUR EDA LEADER SHARE A FEW WORDS AND I'LL PRESENT THIS AND WE HAVE A G GIFT.

>> THANK YOU, REVEREND NELSON. MR. MANAGER, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, JOHN, ELIZABETH AND THE WHOLE STEELE CLAN, IN EARLY FEBRUARY OF LAST YEAR I GOT A PHONE CALL AND IT WAS -- I HEARD YOU WANTED GARY MCCLAREN'S JOB. THAT WAS JOHN STEELEE AS OUR PERSONNEL COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN AND THAT BEGAN OUR JOB TOGETHER WHICH HAS BEEN ONE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS OF MY CAREER AND WORKING WITH JOHN AND WORKING WITH THE EDA THAT THIS BOARD APPOINTS AND MAINTAINS.

JOHN HAS BEEN A SOUNDING BOARD AS REVEREND NELSON SAID. HE IS A VOICE OF REASON, OF MODERATION. HE PUTS HIS COUNTY AND HIS COMMUNITY FIRST.

WITH EDA MEMBERS LIKE JOHN STEELE AS I TELL THE COUNTY MANAGER THEY MAKE MY JOB VERY EASY. MY JOB IS DON'T VIEW THINGS UP, ANTHONY.

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JOHN STEELE AND OUR EDA AND THIS BOARD AND COUPE GOVERNMENT ARE JUST -- COUNTY GOVERNMENT ARE JUST PHENOMENAL. I'LL MISS JOHN AND HIS WISE COUNSEL.

I WILL BE STOPPING BY HIS HOUSE TO SEE IF WE CAN GET SOME GOLF BALLS IN THE RIVER.

THANK YOU FROM IT BOTTOM OF MY HEART.

I'LL GIVE MS. ELIZABETH THIS RESOLUTION, AND WE ARE -- THIS IS -- I'VE NEVER SEEN THIS BEFORE. SO THIS IS A -- YOU KNOW, WE GET MORE CREATIVE WITH THESE GIFTS.

BOARD MEMBERS, I DON'T KNOW IF YOU CAN SEE THIS. THIS IS A GIFT ON ANOTHER LEVEL HERE. THE HENRICO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS HONOR YOUR DEDICATED SERVICE. THERE IT IS, JOHN M. STEELE, 1994 TO DECEMBER 2020.

NOW THIS LITTLE ROLLING PIECE HAS TO STAY HERE. WE'LL LET YOU TAKE THIS AND YOU GUYS ALREADY HAVE A BEAUTIUL HOME. I'M SURE YOU'LL FIND SOMEWHERE TO ADD THIS ON THE PROPERTY. GO AHEAD. SAY A FEW WORDS.

>> JOHN STEELE: THANK YOU. YOU CAN SAY THAT FOR MY OBITUARY IF YOU WANT IT.

MR. CHAIRMAN AND BOARD MEMBERS AND MR. MANAGER, I APPRECIATE THE OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE SOME COMMENTS. IF I'M NOT SPEAKING LOUD ENOUGH, IF SOMEBODY WOULD LET ME KNOW THAT, I'LL SPEAK LOUDER. WHEN I WAS THINKING ABOUT WHAT TO SAY, I WAS THINKING ABOUT THOSE TIMES WHEN A SPEAKER WOULD SAY, I'LL BE BRIEF. TO ME THAT WAS ALWAYS A RED FLAG THAT IT WOULD BE ANYTHING BUT BRIEF. THEN YOU START TO WONDER WHEN WILL THIS END? I'LL BE BRIEF.

I'M HONORED THAT YOU HAVE -- I'M HONORED TO RECEIVE THIS AND YOU COULD HAVE KNOCKED ME OVER WITH A FEATHER WHEN ANTHONY CALLED ME AND SAID, YOU NEED TO BE AT THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEET ING, AND YOU'RE VERY KIND AND I'M MOST GRATEFUL. LIKE I SAID, I WOULDN'T BE TOO LONG. I ONLY HAVE SEVEN PAGES OF NOTES.

I'M LEAVING THE EDA AT A TIME WHEN IT HAS -- IT'S NEVER BEEN BETTER.

ANTHONY IS JUST EXCELLENT AND HAS A GREAT TEAM THAT I THINK IS WORLD CLASS.

REALLY. IN THE 26 YEARS THAT I WAS ON THE BOARD, IT'S THE STRONGEST BOARD THAT WE HAVE EVER HAD. THE OTHER BOARD MEMBERS ARE FOC FOCUSED, THEY'RE SMART, THEY ARE DIVERSE, COMPETITIVE, AND ENGAGED.

IT'S REALLY SOMETHING TO SEE HOW THE BOARD HAS EVOLVED OVER THE YEARS.

342 MEETINGS SPANNED 26 YEARS. IT WAS ALWAYS A PRIVILEGE. IT WAS ALWAYS A PLEASURE.

I'M GOING TO MISS IT. TRUTH BE TOLD, IN THE GRAND SCHEME OF THINGS, I WAS A TINY COG IN A WHEEL OF AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT JUGGERNAUT. IN MY OPINION, YOU DESERVE HIGH PRAISE FOR CREATING AN ENVIRONMENT THAT'S A CATALYST FOR SUCCESS.

AFTER ALL, YOU'RE THE ONES WHO APPOINT THE EDA'S DIRECTORS. JOHN IS AN OUTSTANDING LEADER.

YOU HAVE EMPOWERED HIM WITH THE AUTHORITY AND FLEXIBILITY TO DO HIS JOB IN A FASHION THAT FOSTERS A CULTURE THAT IS FOC FOCUSED, RESULT ORIENTED, WITH HIGH EXPECTATIONS, A COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE, CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT, DOING THE RIGHT THING FOR THE RIGHT REASONS AND ATTITUDE OF CAN DO, WILL DO, COMMIT TODAY RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES ALIKE. I COULD GO ON AND ON. SO ONE FINAL THING.

I'LL BE BRIEF. YOU'RE SENSITIVE TO HOME OWNER CONCERNS AND HAVE A TRACK RECORD OF BEING RECEPTIVE TO NEW IDEAS. THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX. IN THAT SPIRIT I HAVE A

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SUGGESTION. I MUST SAY IT'S A GOOD IDEA DESPITE THE FACT THAT I THOUGHT OF IT. HERE IS THE BACKGROUND. I HAVE LIVED IN THE VERONA DISTRICT FOR 34 YEARS. 34 YEARS. AT NO TIME IN THOSE 34 YEARS HAVE WE BEEN ABLE TO HAVE PIZZA DELIVERED TO OUR HOME. A LITTLE PROVISION OF THE 28TH AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES GIVES CITIZENS THE INAILIABLE RIGHT TO HOME DELIVERY OF PIZZA. YOU MIGHT SAY THAT'S NOT OUR PROBLEM.

PRIVATE ENTERPRISE WILL HANDLE IT WHEN THE POPULATION GROWS. TO THAT I'D SAY THERE IS ANOTHER WAY. HAVE THE POLICE DELIVER THE PIZZA.

RIGHT NOW YOUR KNEE JERK REACTION IS ALMOST CERTAINLY NO WAY OR THAT'S RIDICULOUS.

HAS HE LOST HIS MIND? GLAD HE IS RESIGNING. BUT HEAR ME OUT.

HERE IS HOW IT WOULD WORK. THE PIZZA PLACE WOULD NOTIFY THE POLICE THAT THE PIZZA IS READY.

LIKE UBER, THE CLOSEST OFFICER WOULD RESPOND. WITH BLUE LIGHTS FLASHING AND SI SI SIRENS BLARING, THE OFFICER MAKES A DELIVERY. THINK OF THE GOOD WILL THIS WOULD FOSTER.

RESIDENTS WOULD SEE THE POLICE IN A WHOLE DIFFERENT LIGHT. I OFFER THIS TONGUE IN CHEEK BUT WHO KNOWS. STRANGER THINGS HAVE HAPPENED. I'M REMINDED THAT NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE FOR THE PERSON WHO DOESN'T HAVE TO DO THE WORK THEMSELVES.

I WANT TO CLOSE BY THANKING YOU AGAIN FOR THIS OCCASION. IT MEANS A LOT TO ME.

MORE THAN WORDS CAN EXPRESS. IT'S BEEN A PLEASURE AND A PRIVILEGE.

THANK YOU.

QUICK? COME IN SO WE CAN GET EVERYBODY IN THE PICTURE.

OH, GO AHEAD. I'M SORRY. THANK YOU.

>> THANK YOU. MY GOODNESS. YOU GOT CARRIED AWAY THERE.

I'LL TELL YOU. >> MR. CHAIRMAN, WE'LL MOVE INTO APPOINTMENTS AND RESIGNATION.

WE HAVE TWO ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION THIS EVENING. AGENDA ITEM 274-20.

THIS IS A RESIGNATION OF A MEMBER FROM THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FOR THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY. THIS BOARD PAPER WOULD OFFICIALLY ACCEPT THE RESIGNATION OF JOHN M. STEEL FROM THAT BODY EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 30, 2020.

[8. APPOINTMENTS/RESIGNATION ]

[8a. 274-20 Resolution - Resignation of Member from Board of Directors - Economic Development Authority. ]

A MOTION WOULD BE IN ORDER. >> SO MOVED. >> SECOND.

>> THAT MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. NELSON. SECONDED BY MR. THORNTON.

ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE? ALL OPPOSED? RESOLUTION CARRIES.

>>> WE MOVE TO AGENDA ITEM 275-20. THIS IS A RESOLUTION AND APPOINTMENT OF MEMBERS, PLURAL, TO THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FOR THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY. THIS BOARD PAPER WOULD APPOINT THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS FOR FOUR-YEAR TERMS THAT WOULD EXPIRE NOVEMBER 13, 2024. FROM THE BROOKLAND DISTRICT

[8b. 275-20 Resolution - Appointment of Members to the Board of Directors - Economic Development Authority. ]

JENNIFER HADLAND AND LINDA R. MELTON AND THE THREE CHOPT, DENNIS J. BURRMAN.

A MOTION WOULD BE IN ORDER. >> MOVE THE RESOLUTION. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: SECOND.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: MOTION BY MR. SCHMITT. SECOND BY MS. O'BANNON.

>>> I WOULD ASK YOU TO COME FORWARD TO HAVE YOUR OATH ADMINI

ADMINISTERED. >> (OFF MICROPHONE)

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>> THOMAS BRANIN: THANK YOU AGAIN FOR SERVING. MR. MANAGER?

>> MR. CHAIRMAN AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD. WE MOVE INTO THE PUBLIC HEARINGS, REZONING CASES AND PROVISIONAL USE PERMIT AGENDA. THE FIRST TWO ITEMS, AGENDA 276-20 AND 277-20 ARE COMPANION CASES FROM THE BROOKLAND MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT.

BEFORE YOU IS MILLSPRING COMMONS APARTMENTS LLC WITH A REQUEST TO CONDITIONALLY REZONE FROM BC2

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

BUSINESS DISTRICT TO R6C GENERAL RESIDENCE DISTRICT. A PARCEL CONTAINING JUST OVER 16

[9a. 276-20 REZ2020-00028 Brookland Millspring Commons Apartments LLC: Request to conditionally rezone from B-2C Business District (Conditional) to R-6C General Residence District (Conditional) Parcel 773-759-5623 containing 16.17 acres located on the west line of Woodman Road approximately 240’ north of its intersection with Hungary Road. The applicant proposes a multifamily development with commercial uses. 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 Commercial Concentration. The site is in the Enterprise Zone. The Planning Commission to recommend the Board of Supervisors grant the request. ]

[9b. 277-20 PUP2020-00013 Brookland Millspring Commons Apartments LLC: Request for a Provisional Use Permit under Sections 24-36.1(b), 24-120 and 24-122.1 of Chapter 24 of the County Code to allow a mixed-use community on part of Parcel 773-759-5623 located on the west line of Woodman Road approximately 340’ north of its intersection with Hungary Road. The existing zoning is B-2C Business District (Conditional). R-6C zoning is proposed for the Business District with REZ2020-00028. The 2026 Comprehensive Plan recommends Commercial Concentration. The site is in the Enterprise Zone. The Planning Commission voted to recommend the Board of Supervisors grant the request. ]

ACRES. THE PARCEL IS LOCATED ON THE WEST LINE OF WOODMAN ROAD.

APPROXIMATELY 240 FEET NORTH OF ITS INTERSECTION WITH HUNGARY ROAD.

THE APPLICANT IS PROPOSING A MULTI-FAMILY DEVELOPMENT WITH COMMERCIAL USES.

AGENDA ITEM 277-20, THE COMPANION CASE IS SIMPLY A REQUEST FOR A PROVISIONAL USE PERMIT. UNDER CHAPTER 24, THE COUNTY CODE THAT WOULD ALLOW A MIXED USE COMMUNITY ON THAT PARCEL. MR. SEAL IS GOING TO PRESENT THIS PAPER.

B BEN? >> THANK YOU, MR. MANAGER, MR. CHAIRMAN, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD. THESE TWO ITEMS ARE COMPANION CASES THAT WOULD ALLOW FOR A MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT ON THE LAUREL PARK SHOPPING CENTER.

THIS REQUEST, THE PROVISIONAL USE PERMIT PORTION OF THE REQUEST IS APPROXIMATELY 10 ACRES OF THE SAME PARCEL FOR THE REZONING. CONSIDERATION OF THE SPRINGSAL USE PERMIT -- PROVISIONAL USE PERMIT REQUEST WOULD BE TO FOLLOW THE REZONING.

THE SUBIECTSITE WAS DEVELOPED AS -- SITE WAS DEVELOPED AS LAUREL PARK IN THE 1960S AND SURROUNDING PROPERTY IS A VARIETY OF RESIDENTIAL AND NONRESIDENTIAL ZONING.

IT INCLUDES BRANDEN FORCE SUBDIVISIONS AND LAUREL PARK AND SMALLER BUSINESSES AND OFFICE USES. AS SHOWN ON THE CONCEPT PLAN THE APPLICANT PROPOSES TO REZONE TO R6C TO ALLOW FOR A MIXED USE MASTER PLAN COMMUNITY WITH 350 RESIDENTIAL UNITS.

APPROXIMATELY 12,000 SQUARE FEET OF RETAIL USES ARE PROPOSED. THE COMMERCIAL USES WOULD BE LOCATED IN THIS BUILDING ADJACENT TO HUNGARY ROAD AND THE OTHER TOWN HOUSE STYLE APARTMENT BUILDINGS ON THE NORTH AND EAST SIDE OF THE PROPERTY. UNDER RECENT CHANCES TO THE R-6 DISTRICT AN APPLIC FOR PROVISIONAL USE PERMIT CAN BE MADE WITH MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT AND USES FOR HIGHER DENSITY AND FLEXIBILITY IN SETBACKS AND PARKING STANDARDS.

THE PROPER CONCEPT PLAN WHICH IS ALSO PART OF THE COMPANION P PUP HAS THIS FLEXIBILITY.

IT WOULD BE 27.8 UNITS PER ACRE. IT WOULD MEET ALL DENSITY AND SETBACKS FOR THE R-6 DISTRICT.

SUBMITTED IN CONDITION ELEVATIONS AND RAPTERINGS DEPICT THE DESIGN OF THE SITE AND PROPOSED BUILDINGS. SHOWN HERE IS A VIEW LOOKING INTO THE SITE FROM HUNGARY ROAD WHILE THIS VIEW SHOWS THE FRONT OF SOME OF THE TOWN HOUSE STYLE UNITS ADJACENT TO THE LARGE INTERIOR PARK AREA SHOWN ON THE CONCEPT PLAN. THE GOAL OF THE ORDINANCE AMENDMENT WAS TO ENCOURAGE THESE TYPES OF COMMUNITIES OR A MIXTURE OF USES ON INFILL SITES COULD BE INTEGRATED TO FORM POCKETS OF WALKABLE COMMUNITIES. THESE POCKETS CAN HELP FORM THE CORE OF A LARGER WALKABLE AREA PROVIDING SERVICES TO NEW AND EXISTING RESIDENTS.

THIS ALSO ALLOWS FOR ADDITIONAL SHARED PARKING OPPORTUNITIES CONSISTENT WITH THE PARKING PLAN THAT IS PART OF THE PROVISIONAL USE PERMIT. IN RESPONSE TO STAFF CONCERNS THE APPLICANT PREVIOUSLY REVISED THEIR PLAN TO PRESERVE A NOTABLE TREE NEAR THE WOODMAN ROAD ENTRANCE. THE REVISED PLAN CONTINUES TO SHOW ALLEY ACCESS FOR THE TOWN

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HOUSE STYLE UNITS WHICH CONTRIBUTES TO THE MOE URBAN FEEL OF THE PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT. THE PROPER CONDITIONS ADDRESS CONSTRUCTION, SOUND SUPPRESSION MEASURES, BUFFERING AND BUILDING MATERIALS. ALL ARE CONSISTENT WITH OTHER RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AT THIS TIME. THE STAFF REPORT FOR THE PUP CONTAINS 11 RECOMMENDED CONDITIONS TO REGULATE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SITE INCLUDING REGULATIONS FOR OUTSIDE DINING AND REQUIREMENTS FOR SIDEWALK, PEDESTRIAN LIGHTING AND PLANS. THE PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT IS IN KEEPING WITH THE GOALOFFS THE RECENT CHANGES TO THE ZONING ORDINANCE AND IS A REASONABLE USE OF AN INFILL SITE THAT FACED CHALLENGES FROM THE DEVELOPMENT NEARBY COMMERCIAL CENTERS. PUBLIC FACILITY IMPACTS WOULD APPEAR TO BE LARGELY MINIMIZED ALTHOUGH SOME IMPACTS ARE PARTICIPATED AT THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LEVEL. A COMMUNITY MEETING WAS HELD AUGUST 26 INCLUDING IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDEES. APPROXIMATELY 120 PROPERTY OWNERS WERE NOTIFIED AND THREE RESIDENTS ATTENDED IN PERSON WITH APPROXIMATELY 20 ONLINE. ATTENDEES SEEMED SUPPORTIVE BUT RAISED QUESTIONS REGARDING BUFFERING AND TRAFFIC. THE RECOMMENDED CONDITIONS SHOULD HELP MITIGATE POTENTIAL NEGATIVE IMPACTS FROM THE DEVELOPMENT AND THE DESIGN WILL FOSTER A MORE WALKABLE DEVELOPMENT FOR FUTURE RESIDENTS AND THE ADJACENT COMMUNITY.

STAFF SPORTS THESE REQUESTS. SEPARATE MOTIONS WOULD BE REQUIRED FOR EACH.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS I'M HAPPY TO TRY AND ANSWER THEM AT THIS TIME.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: DOES ANYBODY HAVE QUESTIONS FOR MR. SEAL? NONE? THIS IS A PUBLIC HEARING. IF ANYONE IS IN THE ROOM THAT WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK TO, FOR OR AGAINST THIS PROJECT, PLEASE LET US KNOW NOW. SEEING NO ONE, BECAUSE THIS IS ALSO BEING BROADCAST BY WEBEX, IF YOU'D LIKE TO PARTICIPATE, GO ON HENRICO.US/SUPERVISORS AND SCROLL DOWN TO THE WEBEX EVENT AND THE MODERATOR WILL COME ON. AT THIS TIME IS THERE ANYONE ON

WEBEX THAT WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK TO, FOR OR AGAINST? >> THERE IS NO ONE ON WEBEX.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: OKAY. SEEING NONE IN THE ROOM, HEARING NONE, I WILL ENTERTAIN A MOTION.

I BELIEVE THERE IS TWO SEPARATE THAT WILL HAVE TO BE MADE. >> YEAH.

MR. CHAIRMAN, A COUPLE QUESTIONS. IF YOU HAVE A SECOND OR IF YOU'D

LIKE TO HEAR FROM HIM -- >> THOMAS BRANIN: THAT'S ANOTHER OPTION I DIDN'T THROW OUT THERE.

. >> THE COMMUNITY MEETING, WE HOSTED IT IN THIS ROOM.

I WANT TO SPEAK TO A COUPLE OF THE RESIDENT CONCERNS ALL WHICH WERE STRAYS ADDRESSED.

ONE WAS THE TRAFFIC OFF WOODMAN ROAD. THERE IS TRAFFIC, I GUESS TRAFFIC MITIGATION ON THE IN/OUT THERE. THE TOLL TRIPS IS 1360.

NOT A TON. CAN YOU SPEAK TO ANY TRAFFIC NOTES WE MADE DURING THE

COMMUNITY MEETING? >> SURE. WITH RESPECT TO THE -- WE'RE USING THE EXACT SAME ACCESS POINTS THAT WE HAVE CURRENTLY FOR THE SHOPPING CENTER WITH THE ONE ACCESS POINT OFF WOODMAN AND ALSO TWO OFF HUNGARY ROAD THAT WE'RE ABLE TO CIRCULATE THE TRAFFIC. AS YOU NEAT NOTED THE TRAFFIC -- NOTED THE TRAFFIC WITH THE ANTICIPATED TRAFFIC WITH RESPECT TO THE RESIDENTIAL IS NOTED TO BE ABOUT 1300 IN OVER THE COURSE OF THE DAY AND 1300 OUT. SPLIT EVENLY.

WITH RESPECT TO THE CURRENT RE RETAIL WITH THE SQUARE FOOTAGE THAT'S POTENTIAL ON THIS AS WELL AS EXISTING, IT WOULD BE OVER 3600 TRIPS PER DAY WHICH USUALLY HAPPENS MORE LIKELY IN THE AFTERNOON SO TEND TO BE MORE TRAFFIC AS OPPOSED TO DISPERSED THROUGHOUT THE COURSE OF THE DAY. WE'RE ABLE TO CONTINUE TO USE THOSE EXISTING ACCESS POINTS THAT WE HAVE FOR THE SHOPPING CENTER WHICH WILL HELP DISPERSE

HE TRAFFIC. >> THANK YOU, SIR.

NOW THE OTHER ISSUE THAT I DON'T THINK IT WAS BROUGHT UP IN THE COMMUNITY MEETING BUT I HEARD AND SEE IT HERE IS I WANT TO ADDRESS THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IMPACT.

JUST SO EVERYONE IS AWARE, ANYBODY LISTENING OR CERTAINLY FOR THE RECORD, THERE IS HOLIDAY ELEMENTARY IS GOING TO HAVE AN IMPACT, A POSITIVE IMPACT UPON SOME OF THAT FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY. ALSO A POTENTIAL FAIRFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ON THE OTHER SIDE OF WOODMAN ROAD. SO I GUESS MY ONLY QUESTION TO MAKE SURE THE RESIDENTS ARE CLEAR IS WHAT'S THE TIMELINE OF FULL BUILDOUT FOR THAT TO BE IMPACTED?

WHAT'S THE SPAN OF BUILDOUT? >> WELL, CERTAINLY FROM THE STANDPOINT OF -- TWO POINTS TO THAT. WE'RE LIMITING THE NUMBER OF THREE-BEDROOMS. THE PROVISIONAL USE IMPACT HAS THE LIMITATION OF SEVEN 3-BEDROOM LIMITS FOR THE TWO BUILDINGS. THE OVERALL COURSE OF DEVELOPMENT, WE EXPECT TO HAVE

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ABOUT TWO TO THREE YEARS TO GO THROUGH A FULL DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND DO FINANCING AND PERMITTING AND START CONSTRUCTION IN 2021. THEN THROUGH THE COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION THROUGH 2022.

>> FINALLY, IT WAS BROUGHT UP ABOUT PARKING. CAN YOU EXPLAIN THE 415 PARKING SPACES DOES NOT INCLUDE THE TOWNHOMES? IS THAT CORRECT?

>> I DO BELIEVE THAT THE -- I DON'T KNOW. IT DOESN'T INCLUDE THE TOWNHOMES, THE 415 SPACES. WHAT WE'VE GOT IS TEACH EACH OF THE TOWNHOMES HAS TWO-CAR GARAGES PLUS TWO SPACES IN FRONT OF EACH OF THE TWO-CAR GARAGES TO ACCOMMODATE ITSELF BUT WITH RESPECT TO THE 350 UNITS THAT WE OTHERWISE HAVE, WE HAVE THE 415 PLUS EACH OF THE TOWN HOUSES HAS

A TWO-CAR GARAGE WITH TWO SPACES. >> GOTCHA.

THANK YOU. APPRECIATE YOU TAKING THE TIME. I WANT TO SPEAK HERE BEFORE WE MAKE A DECISION. I WANT TO SPEEBLG NOT ONLY TO THE APPLICANTS BUT FOR THE RESIDENTS OF THE AREA. YOU HEARD MR. SEAL MENTION THIS SHOPPING CENTER WAS BUILT IN THE 1960S. APPROACHING 60 PLUS OR MINUS YEARS FOR THIS AREA AND THESE RESIDENTS AND NOT ONLY DOES THIS COUNTY DESERVE TO HAVE SOME IMPROVEMENT IN THE CORRIDOR, THE RESIDENTS DESERVE IT. THEY CAME OUT TO THE COMMUNITY MEETING AND EXPRESSED THEIR OPINION AND QUITE FRANKLY THEY SUPPORTED IT. THEY CAME OUT AND SUPPORTED THE IDEA OF MIXED USE RESIDENTIAL WITH RENACHL RETAIL. I'D OFFER THIS.

THERE WILL BE NO GREATER ADVOCATE ALONG THE WAY THAN I. I'LL BE AN INTERESTED PARTY TO THE GREAT THINGS I EXPECT TO GO ON IN THIS PROPERTY AND THERE WILL BE NO MORE OF AN INTERESTED PARTY THAN I. I'LL BE THERE REGULARLY. I'D ENCOURAGE THE APPLICANT AND FOLKS DOING THE WORK TO REACH OUT. SHOULD THEY NEED ANYTHING.

THERE IS NO GREATER ADVOCATE AND NO MORE INTERESTED PARTY THAN ME ON THAT CORRIDOR AS WE MOVE FORWARD ON THIS PROJECT. I THANK YOU FOR ALL THE GREAT WORK.

I WANT TO THANK THE PLANNING STAFF FOR EXTRA WORK ON THIS ONE.

BEN, THANK YOU. I DON'T KNOW WHERE YOU DISAPPEARED TO.

THANK YOU. MR. CHAIRMAN, ON THAT NOTE, I MOVE THAT WE FOLLOW THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE PLANNING CONDITION AND APPROVE R REZ2020-00028 BROOKLAND.

>> PATRICIA O'BANNON: SECOND. >> THOMAS BRANIN: ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE? ALL OPPOSED. THAT RESOLUTION -- THAT CASE IS APPROVED.

MR. SCHMITT? DARN ANYONE TO SPEAK FOR TO OR FOR?

>> THOMAS BRANIN: THIS IS A PUBLIC HEARING. IS THERE ANYONE IN THE ROOM TO SPEAK TO, FOR OR AGAINST THE PUP 2020-00013. SEEING NONE, IS THERE ANYONE ON

WE WEBEX? >> THERE IS NO ONE ON WEBEX.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: HEARING NONE. >> MR. CHAIRMAN, THE COMMENTS I HAD GO THE SAME WAY.

I MOVE WE FOLLOW IT RECOMMEND AND APPROVE PUP 2020-00013 MILLSPRING COMMONS APARTMENTS LLC WITH RECOMMENDED CONDITIONS 1 THROUGH 11 LISTED IN THE STAFF REPORT.

>> PATRICIA O'BANNON: SECOND. >> THOMAS BRANIN: MOTION MADE BY MR. SCHMITT AND SECOND BY MS. O'BANNON. ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE? ALL OPPOSED.

PUP IS APPROVED. MR. MANAGER? >>> NEXT ITEM ON THE AGENDA IS AGENDA ITEM 278-20. BEFORE YOU IS HILLWOOD ENTERPRISES IN THE FAIRFIELD DISTRICT TO CONDITIONALLY REZONE FROM 02C OFFICE DISTRICT CONDITIONAL, B-2 BUSINESS DISTRICT, M-1 LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT, M-2 GENERAL INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT AND C-1 CONSERVATION

[9c. 278-20 REZ2020-00032 Fairfield Hillwood Enterprises, L.P.: Request to conditionally rezone from O-2C Office District (Conditional), B-2 Business District, M-1 Light Industrial District, M-2 General Industrial District, and C-1 Conservation District to M-2C General Industrial District (Conditional) on Parcel 796-745-8505 and part of Parcels 795-749-4431 and 796-747-9944 containing 247.5 acres located on the north and south side of Richmond Henrico Turnpike between the north line of Azalea and Carolina Avenues and the CSX railroad right-of-way. The applicant proposes industrial uses including cold storage, distribution/warehouse, and manufacturing. The uses will be controlled by zoning ordinance regulations and proffered conditions. The 2026 Comprehensive Plan recommends Light Industry, Office/Service 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. ]

DISTRICT DISTRICT TO M-2C GENERAL DISTRICT. MULTIPLE PARCELS LOCATED ON THE NORTH AND SOUTH SIDE OF THE RICHMOND/HENRICO TURNPIKE BETWEEN THE NORTH LINE OF AZALEA AND CAROLINA AVENUES. THE CSX RAILROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY. THE APPLICANT PROPOSES INDUSTRIAL USES INCLUDING COLD STORAGE DISTRIBUTION, WAREHOUSE AND MANUFACTURING.

IN THIS CASE THE PLANNING COMMISSION VOTED TO RECOMMEND THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS GRANT THIS REQUEST. MR. HUM PHRASE WILL BE PRESENTINGTHIS CASE.

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>> GOOD EVENING, BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. LET ME GET THIS ALL -- AS MENTIONED THE SUBJECT SITE IS COMPRISED OF ONE ENTIRE PARCEL AND A PORTION OF AN ADDITIONAL TWO PARCELS AS SEEN ON THE MAP, THE PARCELS ARE REFERRED TO AS . THE SITE IS GENERALLY UNDEVELOPED WITH THE EXCEPTION OF SOME INFRASTRUCTURE FOR OFFSITE PARKING FOR THE NASCAR RACES. THE PROPERTY IS ZONED 02C, B-2, M-1, M-2, AND C-1 CURRENTLY WHICH WOULD ALREADY ALLOW SOME OF THE LIMITED WAREHOUSE AND DISTRIBUTION ACTIVSIES SO DESIRED. THIS REQUEST WOULD UNIFY ALL THE SUBJECT LAND UNDER ONE ZONING DISTRICT CONTROLLED BY THE ZONING ORDINANCE AND SUBMITTED PROPERS.

IMMEDIATE EASTERN BOUNDARY IS A CSX RAIL LINE TO THE NORTH AND EAST OF THE SITE.

THE LAND CONTINUES TO THE (INAUDIBLE) RIVER. TO THE SOUTH IS A COUNTY FIRE STATION. A VACANT BUSINESS PARCEL. AND ACROSS AZALEA ARE ADDITIONAL PROPERTIES OWNED BY THE RICHMOND RACEWAY. IMMEDIATELY ADJACENT TO THE WEST IS A SINGLE HOUSE ON AN ANCHORAGE PARCEL, A MINI-STORAGE FACILITY, VACANT INDUSTRIAL, THE AZALEA FLEA MARKET PROPERTY AND A VACANT PROPERTY ZONED 0-2C AND A-1.

OTHER THAN THE INDIVIDUAL SINGLE FAMILY UNIT THE CLOSELY RESIDENTIAL USES ARE SEVERAL APARTMENT COMPLEXES ON THE WEST SIDE OF WILKINSON AND THE FAYETTE PARK SINGLE FAMILY SUBDIVISIONS SOUTH OF AZALEA AVENUE. THE APPLICANT SUBMITTED PUPS DATED NOVEMBER 10, 2020. A LINE VERSION OF THE NEW ONE HAS BEEN DISTRIBUTED TONIGHT PRIOR TO THE MEETING. THE NEW PROFFERS ADDED TWO SUBSECTIONS ABOUT BUFFERS TO PROFFER 5 AND CHANGED ANOTHER SUBSECTION. I'LL EXPLAIN THESE FURTHER IN A MINUTE. FIRST OVERALL THE PROFFERS ADDRESS TOPICS INCLUDING CONSERVATION AREAS, UTILITY LINES, SIGNAGE, BUILDING MATERIALS, FENCING, LIGHTING, TRASH ENCLOSURES, HVAC SCREENING AND B&P AERATION. THE APPLICANT ADDRESSED THE TURN PIKE AND AZALEA. A 50-FOOT SETBACK FROM ANY BUILDING AS HAZ BEEN COMMITTED TO WITH 45 FEET PLANTED TO A TRANSITIONAL BUFFER 35 LEVEL WOULD BE PRESERVED OR ENHANCED.

TO HELP PROTECT THE ADJACENT SINGLE-FAMILY HOME, THE APPLICANT HAS PROFFERED A 75-FOOT NATURAL AREA THAT WILL BE BROUGHT UP TO A TB-50 STANDARD WHERE NEEDED.

THE AMENDED PROFFERS AT A LIMITATION ON HOW CLOSE THE BUILDINGS CAN BE PLACED ON TO RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY, THE CLOSEST BUILDING OTHER -- PRIMARY BUILDING SO BUILDINGS DICK ACCESSORY BUILDINGS SUCH AS SECURITY HOUSES AND SUCH CAN BE WITHIN THIS BUT THE CLOSEST PRIARY BUILDING WOULD BE 35 FEET. DUE TO THE UPCOMING WIDENING PROJECT THEY PROVIDE THE RIGHT OF WAY THROUGH PROPERTY. THE ROADWAY WILL BE WIDE PUD TO FOUR LANES WITH PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE FACILITIES THROUGH THE SUBJECT PROPERTY ENDING AT THE RAILROAD TO THE NORTHEAST. THE APPLICANT HASOLOGIST ADDRESSED ALLOWABLE USES.PTHE BS WOULD BE THE M-1 DISTRICT WITH LIMITED ADDITIONAL M-2 USES ALLOWED.

THE RESTRICTION REMOVES MANY OF THE MORE OBNOXIOUS USES NORMALLY ALLOWED.

SOME OF THE DESIRED ACTIVITIES COULD ALREADY BE CONDUCTED ON M-1 AND M-2 AND VACANT ADJACENT LAND ZONE IN THE SAME MANNER. THE APPLICANT HOSTED A COMMUNITY MEETING SEPTEMBER 30.

OVER 250 NOTICES WERE SENT TO THE SURROUNDING PROPERTY OWNERS TO NOTIFY THEM OF THE COMMUNITY MEETING. FIVE MEMBERS PHYSICALLY ATTENDED.

TEN INDIVIDUALS REGISTERED FOR THE VIRTUAL PORTION OF THE MEETING AND FOUR OF THE

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ATTENDEES SPOKE. MUCH LIKE THE SINGLE VIRTUAL SPEAKER AT THE PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING THE RESIDENTS WHO SPOKE WERE MAINLY CONCERNED WITH TRAFFIC AND POLLUTION FROM ININDUSTRIAL USES. THE 2026 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN RECOMMENDS LIGHT INDUSTRY, OFFICE SERVICE, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AREA USES FOR THE SITE.

THE USES THE APPLICANT HAS LIMITED THE SITE TO THROUGH THE SUBMITTED PROFFERS WOULD BE CONSISTENT WITH THOSE DESIG DESIGNATIONS.

THE MULTIPLE ZONING DISTRICTS WOULD BE BROUGHT TOGETHER UNDER ONE DISTRICT WHICH WILL ALLOW A CONSISTENT PATTERN OF DEVELOPMENT. THE APPLICANT'S TRAFFIC ANALYSIS SHOWS THE PLANNED ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS WITH A FEW ADDITIONS WILL BE ABLE TO HANDLE THE TRAFFIC INCREASES. THE PROFFER SUBMITTED BY THE APPLICANT WOULD FURTHER GOVERN THE USE OF THE PROPERTY ABOVE AND BEYOND THE ZONING ORDINANCE. FOR THESE REASONS STAFF SUPPORTS THIS REQUEST. AT THE OCTOBER 15 MEETING, THE PLANNING COMMISSION CONCURRED WITH STAFF'S RECOMMENDATION AND ALSO RECOMMENDED APPROVAL. THAT'S MY PRESENTATION.

I'M HAPPY TO TAKE QUESTIONS. >> THOMAS BRANIN: ANYBODY HAVE ANY QUESTIONS FOR MR. HUMPHREYS? NONE? THIS IS A PUBLIC HEARING. IS THERE ANYONE IN THE ROOM THAT WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK TO, FOR OR AGAINST 278-20 REZ 2020-00032? SEEING NONE, IS THERE ANYONE ON

WEBEX? >> THERE IS NO ONE ON WEBEX. >> THOMAS BRANIN: HEARING NONE,

MR. THORNTON, IF YOU'D LIKE ANY OTHER QUESTIONS ANSWERED? >> (OFF MICROPHONE)

>> FRANK THORNTON: MR. HUMPHREYS AND OUR EXCELLENT PLANNING STAFF INCLUDING MR. ARCHER AND ALSO HILLWOOD ENTERPRISES LP. IF PERSONS WHO ARE LISTENING AND LOOKING AT US TONIGHT, I DO HOPE THEY CAUGHT THE PART ABOUT THAT RICHMOND TURNPIKE IS GOING TO BE HAVING THOSE NEW TRENDS.

SIDEWALKS AND BICYCLE LANES AND ALL OF THAT. I THINK THIS IS A PLUS FOR HENRICO RESIDENTS AND THE COUNTY IN GENERAL. SO MR. CHAIRMAN, I MOVE THAT WE FOLLOW THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION AND APPROVE REZ 2020-00032 HILLWOOD

ENTERPRISES WITH THE PROFFERS DATED NOVEMBER 10, 2020. >> SECOND.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: MOTION MADE BY MR. THORNTON AND SECONDED BY MR. NELSON.

ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE? ALL OPPOSED? THAT CASE IS APPROVED.

MR. MANAGER? >> MR. CHAIRMAN, THE NEXT CASE ON THE AGENDA IS 279-20.

BEFORE YOU IS DSSCJY, LLC. THIS IS A REQUEST FOR PROVISIONAL USE PERMIT UNDER CHAPTER 24 OF THE COUNTY CODE TO ALLOW FOR AN AUTO PART SERVICE FACILITY.

THIS WILL BE KNOWN AS TAKE FIVE OIL CHANGE. IT WILL BE ON A PARCEL ON THE

[9d. 279-20 PUP2020-00016 Brookland DSSCJY, LLC: Request for a Provisional Use Permit under Sections 24-58.2(c), 24-120 and 24-122.1 of Chapter 24 of the County Code to allow for an auto parts service facility (Take 5 Oil Change) on Parcel 773-749-4418 located on the east line of Staples Mill Road (U.S. Route 33) at its intersection with Crockett Street. The existing zoning is B-2C Business District (Conditional). The 2026 Comprehensive Plan recommends Commercial Concentration. The site is in the Enterprise Zone. The Planning Commission voted to recommend the Board of Supervisors grant the request. ]

EAST SIDE OF STAPLES MILL ROAD AT THE INTERSECTION WITH CROCKET STREET.

THE SITE IS IN THE ENTERPRISE ZONE AND THE PLANNING COMMISSION DID RECOMMEND APPROVAL.

MR. HUMPHREYS? . >> GOOD EVENING AGAIN,

MR. HUMPHREYS. >> GOOD EVENING AGAIN, MR. CHAIRMAN.

THANK YOU, MR. MANAGER. MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.

THIS REQUEST FOR PROVISIONAL USE PERMIT TO ALLOW FOR AN OIL CHANGE FACILITY, TAKE 5.

EXCUSE ME. THIS PROPOSAL WOULD ALLOW FOR SUCH A BUSINESS AS AN OUT-PARCEL OF THE SHOPS AT STAPLES MILL. SHOPPING CENTER AT STAPLES MILL AND GLENSIDE.

THE B-2 DISTRICT ALLOWS AUTO PART SALES OR INSTALLATION AS A PROVISIONAL USE IF DONE IN A COMPLETELY ENCLOSED AIR CONDITION BUILDING NO LARGER THAN 15,000 SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA. THE APPLICANT HAS SUBMIT ADCONCEPTIONAL PLAN, LANDSCAPE PLAN AND ARCHITECTURAL ELEVATIONS. THE APPLICANT HAS SUBMITTED THE TOTAL AREA FOR THE ENCLOSED SPACE WOULD BE 1,432 SQUARE FEET AND WOULD BE AIR CONDITIONED.

THE 2026 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN RECOMMENDS COMMERCIAL CONCENTRATION.

THE PROPOSED USE WOULD BE CONSISTABOUT WITH THIS DESIGNATION AND EXISTING ZONING.

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THE APPLICANT HAS SUBMITTED A CONCEPTIONAL PLAN AND ELEVATIONS.

ADHERENCE HAS BEEN INCLUDED IN CONDITION 2 AS IT APPEARS IN THE STAFF REPORT.

STAFF BELIEVES THE PROVISIONAL USE PERMIT REQUEST TO ALLOW AN OIL CHANGE FACILITY WOULD BE GENERALLY CONSIST PITY OTHER AUTO RELATED USES IN THE GENERAL AREA.

IF DEVELOPED IN GENERAL PERFORMANCE WITH THE PROPOSED LAYOUT, STAFF BELIEVES THE USE WOULD NOT NEGATIVELY IMPACT THE SHOPPING CENTER OR SURROUNDING USES.

STAFF SUPPORTS THIS REQUEST SUBJECT TO THE 13 PROPOSED CONDITIONS AS THEY APPEAR IN THE STAFF REPORT. AT THE OCTOBER 15 MEETING, THE PLANNING COMMISSION CONCURRED WITH STAFF AND ALSO RECOMMENDED SUPPORT OF THE REQUEST. THIS CONCLUDES MY PRESENTATION.

I'D BE HAPPY TO TAKE ANY QUESTIONS YOU HAVE. FOR MR. HUMPHREYS?ANY QUESTIONS- NONE. THIS IS A PUBLIC HEARING. IS THERE ANYONE IN THE AUDIENCE TO SPEAK TO, FOR OR AGAINST THIS CASE? SEEING NONE.

IS THERE ANYONE ON WEBEX? >> THERE IS NO ONE ON EBWEEKS. >> THOMAS BRANIN: HEARING NONE.

MR. SCHMITT? OUT LIKE TO HEAR FROM THE APPLICANT?

>> DANIEL SCHMITT: NO. I SPOKE WITH STAFF, SETH CALLED AND ASKED QUESTIONS.

I DON'T HAVE ANY. THE APPLICANTS -- I SEE JEFF HERE.

WE ADDRESSED THEM ALL. SO MR. CHAIRMAN, I MOVE WE FOLLOW THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION AND APPROVE PUP 2020-00016 DSSCJY, LLC WITH RECOMMENDED CONDITIONS 1 THROUGH

13 IN THE STAFF REPORT. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: SECOND. >> THOMAS BRANIN: MOTION MADE BY MR. SCHMITT. SECONDED BY MS. O'BANNON. ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE? ALL OPPOSED? MOTION CARRIES. MR. MANAGER?

>> NEXT MR. CHAIRMAN, WE MOVE INTO PUBLIC HEARINGS. OTHER ITEMS YOU HAVE TWO ITEMS FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION. CHARLIE MARS IS GOING TO COME UP AND COVER BOTH.

THE FIRST ONE IS AJEPA ITEM 280-20. THIS IS A RESOLUTION FOR SIGNATORY AUTHORITY INVOLVING THE EXCHANGE OF REAL PROPERTY. THE RIVER MILL SUBDIVISION WHICH

[10. PUBLIC HEARINGS – OTHER ITEMS ]

IS LOCATED IN THE FAIRFIELD MADGE STAIRIAL DISTRICT. CHA

[10a. 280-20 Resolution - Signatory Authority - Exchange of Real Property - River Mill Subdivision - Fairfield District. ]

CHARLIE? >> THANKS YOU, MR. SHU MR. SHUSHINGER -- MR. MANAGER.

THIS BOARD PAPER AUTHORIZES THE CHAIRMAN TO EXECUTE A DEED OF EXCHANGE FOR THE EXCHANGE OF REAL PROPERTY NEAR WINFREY ROAD AND RIVER MILL SUBDIVISION. THE COUNTY OWNS UNDEVELOPED LAND FOR FUTURE SCHOOL DISTRICT. THE AJAPEING LAND OWNER HH HUNT RIVER MILL LLC HAS AGREED TO EXCHANGE 8.706 ACRES OF HH HUNT'S PROPERTY FOR 21.29 ACRES OF THE COUNTY'S UNDEVELOPED PROPERTY. BECAUSE OF FLOOD PLAIN AREAS AND ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION LINES ON THE COUNTY'S PROPERTY, THE FAIR MARKET VALUES OF THE COUNTY'S PROPERTY AND HH HUNT'S PROPERTY ARE SUFFICIENTLY EQUIVALENT SO NO PAYMENT IS REQUIRED. THE ACTING DIRECTOR OF REAL PROPERTY RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AND THE COUNTY MANAGER CONCURS AND I'M HAPPY TO ANSWER QUESTIONS

YOU HAVE. >> THOMAS BRANIN: ANY QUESTIONS FOR CHARLIE? NONE? THIS IS A PUBLIC HEARING ITEM. ANYONE IN THE AUDIENCE WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK TO, FOR OR AGAINST THIS ITEM? NONE?

ANYONE ON WEBEX? >> THERE IS NO ONE ON WEBEX. >> THOMAS BRANIN: WELL, HEARING

NONE. >> MOVE THE RESOLUTION, MR. CHAIRMAN.

>> SECOND. >> THOMAS BRANIN: MOTION MADE BY MR. THORNTON.

SECONDED BY MR. NELSON. ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE. ALL OPPOSED?

RESOLUTION CARRIES. >> YES, SIR. THE NEXT ITEM IS 281-20.

THIS BOARD PAPER WILL VACATE THE 35-FOOT FRONT BUILDING LINE ACROSS THE LOT 17 SECTION 3 OF THE COLLEGE HILL SUBDIVISION. THAT'S 605 HORSE PIN ROAD. THE PROPERTY OWNERS MR. AND MS. STONNICK REQUESTED THE VACATION TO CONSTRUCT A FRONT PORCH.

[10b. 281-20 Ordinance - Vacation of Building Line - College Hills Subdivision - Tuckahoe District. ]

THE REAL PROPERTY PROCESSED THE REQUESTED VACATION THROUGH IT DEPARTMENTS OF PLANNING AND PUBLIC UTILITIES AND PUBLIC WORKS WITHOUT OBJECTION. HAPPY TO ANSWER QUESTIONS.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: ANY QUESTIONS FOR CHARLIE? NONE? IS ANYONE IN THE ROOM HERE TO SPEAK FOR OR AGAINST THIS ORDINANCE?

NONE. IS THERE ANYONE ON WEBEX? >> THERE IS NO ONE ON WEBEX.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: HEARING NONE. I'LL ENTERTAIN A MAILINGS. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: MOVE THE

ORDINANCE. >> SECOND. >> THOMAS BRANIN: MOTION BY MS. O'BANNON AND SECOND BY MR. NELSON. ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE.

ALL OPPOSED. IT MOVES. THANKS YOU, CHARLIE.

MR. MANAGER? >> MR. CHAIRMAN, WE MOVE INTO PUBLIC COMMENTS.

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THIS IS THE TIME ON TONIGHT'S AGENDA WHERE ANY INDIVIDUAL MAY ADDRESS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ON ANY ITEM NOT ON THE AGENDA. MS. HARDING, DO WE HAVE ANYONE THAT SIGNED UP TO SPEAK?

>> I DON'T HAVE ANYONE SIGNED UP TO SPEAK. >> ANYONE ON WEBEX?

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OR THAT IS HERE? >> THERE IS NO ONE ON WEBEX. >> OKAY.

SEEING NONE, ANYONE IN THE AUDIENCE THAT WISHES TO ADDRESS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS THIS EVENING? OKAY, MR. CHAIRMAN. WE MOVE INTO THE GENERAL AGENDA.

THE FIRST IS THE ANNUAL AUDIT THAT IS BEING COMPLETED. THIS IS AGENDA ITEM 282-20.

THIS IS A RESOLUTION RECEIVE OF AUDITED FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR THAT ENDED JUNE 30, 2020. OUR DIRECTOR OF FINANCE WILL PRESENT THIS PAPER.

[12. GENERAL AGENDA ]

[12a. 282-20 Resolution - Receipt of Audited Annual Financial Report for Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2020, and Acknowledgement of Discharge of Duties and Responsibilities by Audit Committee. ]

>> GOOD EVENING. THIS PAPER IN RESOLUTION HAS THE BOARD RECEIVE THE RESULTS OF THE ANNUAL EXTERNAL AUDIT AND ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THE AUDIT COMMITTEE HAS DISCHARGES, DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR THE YEAR. THIS WAS THE FIRST YEAR THAT WE HAD CHERRY BECKERED AS OUR EXTERNAL AUDITORS. BIG KUDOS TO THE ACCOUNTING TEAM, SUSAN WHIRL, CHARLES RAMSEY AND PEGGY WALLISH FOR GETTING THAT DONE ALMOST ENTIRELY VIRTUALLY WHICH WAS A CHALLENGE. THE OPINION ON THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS WAS UNMODIFIED AND THAT MEANS THEY HAD NO MATERIAL FINDINGS.

IT WAS A THUMBS UP AND GOOD OPINION. TRADITIONALLY YOU WOULD RECEIVE A SINGLE AUDIT OR AUDIT OF FEDERAL FUNDS RECEIVED ALONGSIDE OUR FINANCIAL AUDIT.

YOU DON'T HAVE THAT THIS YEAR BECAUSE WE HAVE NOT YET RECEIVED GUIDANCE ON HOW TO AUDIT THE FEDERAL CARE CARE -- CARES ACT FUNDING. WE'RE EXPECTING GUIDANCE BY THE END OF THE MONTH. AT THAT POINT OUR EXTERNAL AUDITORS WOULD COME BACK AND WE'LL BRING IT BACK TO YOU LIKELY SOMETIME AFTER THE HOLIDAYS IN EARLY 2021.

IN ADDITION TO THE UNMODIFIED OPINION YOU GET A FINAL LOOK AT WHAT YOUR RESULTS OF OPERATIO WERE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR. HOW YOUR BUDGET PERFORMED. YOU MIGHT RECALL BACK IN MARCH WE HAD SIGNIFICANT CONCERN ABOUT THE FISCAL 20 BUDGET AND WHAT COVID AND THE SHUT DOWN WOULD DO FOR US. OUR LOCAL ECONOMY WAS EXTREMELY RESILIENT.

ON THE EXPENSE SIDE OUR STAFF WAS DEDICATED TO TIGHTENING THEIR BELT AND CURVING SPENDING AND THOSE TWO THINGS COMBINED, WE WERE ABLE TO PRODUCE A TOTAL ANNUAL SURPLUS OF ABOUT $75 MILLION. SO MUCH BETTER THAN AN TICIPATE. VERY PLEASED WITH WHERE WE FOUND OURS OURSELVES. THE FISCAL 19CAFR RECEIVED THE ANNUAL EXCELLENCE AND FINANCIAL REPORTING AND WE JUST RECEIVED WORD THIS WEEK THAT OUR PAFR WHICH IS THE CLIFFNOTES VERSION LAST YEAR WAS THE FIRST TIME HENRICO COUNTY PRODUCED ONE OF THOSE, WE WERE THE 12TH AGENCY IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA TO RECEIVE THE GFOA AWARD.

WITH THAT I'M HAPPY TO TAKE QUESTIONS YOU HAVE. >> THOMAS BRANIN: THANK YOU.

ANY QUESTIONS? >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: SHE COVERED EVERYTHING.

>> I DON'T HAVE A QUESTION. I'D OFFER MS. COATS, DON'T LET EVERYBODY EVER TELL YOU WE WERE TOO CAUTIOUS DURING THAT TIMEFRAME. I WANT TO THANK AGAIN PROBABLY THE FIFTH TIME YOU HEARD ME SAY IT, I WANT TO THANK THIS BOARD, THE MANAGER AND YOUR STAFF FOR TOWING THE LINE AND BEING CAUTIOUS. THANK YOU FOR THAT.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: ANYONE ELSE? >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: I'M ON THE AUDIT COMMITTEE.

WE DID COVER OBVIOUSLY A LOT. MS. COATS TOUCHED ON EVERYTHING. I AGREE WITH MR. SCHMITT.

MOVE THE RESOLUTION. >> SECOND. >> THOMAS BRANIN: MOTION BY MS. O'BANNON. SECOND BY MR. NELSON. RESOLUTION CARRIES.

>>> NEXT IS AGENDA ITEM 283-20. THIS IS A RESOLUTION FOR AWARD OF CONTRACTS ANNUAL MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL, AND PLUMBING ENGINEERING SERVICES. MR. NEIL WILL PRESENT THIS

PA PAPER. >> THANK YOU.

GOOD EVENING, MR. CHAIRMAN, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD. THIS BOARD PAPER WOULD AWARD A

[12b. 283-20 Resolution - Award of Contracts - Annual Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Engineering Services. ]

CONTRACT TO MOSELEY ARCHITECTS SUMMONS FOR PRINTS INCORPORATED AND 2RW CONSULTANTS TO PROVIDE SERVICES AS NEEDED BY THE COUNTY. WE RECEIVED 18 PROPOSALS IN RESPONSE TO THE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS AND THE INTERVIEW COMMITTEE INTERVIEWED SIX FIRMS.

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BASED ON THE WRITTEN PROPOSALS THREE FIRMS WERE SELECTED. THEY NEGOTIATED CONTRACTS WITH EACH FIRM. EACH CONTRACT WILL BE FOR A ONE-YEAR TERM AND MAY BE RENEWED TWICE. COMPENSATION FOR SERVICES SHALL BE BASED UPON COST RATE SCHEDULES. THE PROJECT FEES SHALL NOT EXCEED $500,000 FOR ANY SINGLE PROJECT AND $2.5 MILLION IN A ONE-YEAR TERM. FUNDING TO SUPPORT THE CONTRACTS IS AVAILABLE AND DIRECTOR OF GENERAL SERVICES AND PURCHASE DIRECTOR RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND

THE COUNTY MANAGER CONCURS. >> THOMAS BRANIN: THANK YOU. ANY QUESTIONS FOR MR. NEIL?

>> PATRICIA O'BANNON: JUST THE CONCEPT. THEY EACH HAVE A CONTRACT?

DID THEY SPECIALIZE? >> THEY EACH HAVE A CONTRACT WHERE WE CAN PICK WHICH ONE BEST SUITS THE PROJECT. THIS IS AVAILABLE FOR GENERAL GOVERNMENT AND SCHOOLS AS WELL.

>> PATRICIA O'BANNON: OKAY. THANK YOU. >> THOMAS BRANIN: ANYTHING ELSE?

>> SO MOVED. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: SECOND. >> THOMAS BRANIN: MOTION BY MR. NELSON AND SECOND BY MS. O'BANNON. ALL THOSE IN FAVOR SAY AYE.

THANK YOU. >>> MR. CHAIRMAN, OUR NEXT ITEM IS 284-20.

THIS IS A RESOLUTION FOR DECLARATION OF SURPLUS PROPERTY. REQUEST FOR SEALED BIDS AND CONTRACT AND A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE VERONA MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT.

[12c. 284-20 Resolution - Declaration of Surplus Property, Request for Sealed Bids, and Contract - 4515 Old Oakleys Lane - Varina District. ]

. >> THANK YOU, MR. MANAGER. THIS BOARD PAPER DECLARES THE GILLIES CREEK ABANDENED SEWER PUMPING STATION AT 4515 OLD OAKLIES LANE TO BE SURPLUSED TO THE COUNTY'S NEEDS. IT AUTHORIZES THE PURCHASING DIRECTER TO AT ADVERTISE A REQUEST FOR SEALED BIDS FOR THE SALE OF THE PROPERTY AND THE COUNTY MANAGER OR HIS DESING NEE TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH THE HIGHEST RESPONSIVE BIDDER FOR SALE OF THE PROPERTY.

THE ACTING DIRECTOR OF REAL PROPERTY PROCESSED THIS REQUEST THROUGH THE DEPARTMENTS OF PLANNING, PUBLIC WORKS AND PUBLIC UTILITIES. THE ACTING DIRECTOR OF REAL PROPERTY RECOMMENDS APPROVAL. THE COUNTY MANAGER CONCURS AND I'M HAPPY TO ANSWER QUESTIONS.

>> ANY QUESTIONS? >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: ONE OF THE THINGS IT SAYS IS IT REMOVED THE FACILITIES THAT WERE ON THE PROPERTY. WHAT DID THEY HAVE TO REMOVE?

I'M JUST CURIOUS. >> ARE YOU REFERRING TO WHERE IT SAYS IT'S BEEN PROPERLY

ABANDENED? >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: YEAH. >> I BELIEVE THAT'S REFERRING TO THE ACTUAL PUMPING STATION AND FACILITIES THERE DO DOING -- OPERATE.

THOSE HAVE BEEN ABANDONED. >> ARE THEY STILL THERE? >> THERE ARE IMPROVEMENTS ON THE PROPERTY. THERE WAS ONE BUILDING THAT WAS DEMOLISHED IN 2003.

THAT WAS THE PUMP HOUSE. THERE ARE OTHER IMPROVEMENTS THAT WERE THERE AS PART OF THE

PUMP STATION THAT ARE STILL PHYSICALLY ON THE SITE. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: OKAY.

IT'S JUST THAT I HAD AN E-MAIL OF SOMEONE INTERESTED, BUT I JUST WANTED TO KNOW THAT.

SO THERE IS SOMETHING ON THE SITE. PIPES OR SOMETHING.

>> YES, MA'AM. ACTUALLY THERE ARE FACILITIES IN THE GROUND THERE.

SEWER EASEMENTS AND SEWER LINES AND WATER LINES. THOSE WILL BE RETAINED THROUGH

THE PROPERTY IN THE EVENT OF A SALE TO ACCOMMODATE THOSE. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: OKAY.

THANK YOU. >> THOMAS BRANIN: ANY OTHER QUES

QUESTIONS? >> SO MOVED. >> SECOND

>> THOMAS BRANIN: MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. NELSON. SECOND BY MR. SCHMITT.

ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE. ALL OPPOSED. RESOLUTION CARRIES.

>>> NEXT ITEM IS 285-20. THIS IS A RESOLUTION FOR AN AUTHORIZATION TO SUBMIT APPLICATIONS. THIS IS A NEW EFFORT. THE FEDERAL BUILDING RESILIENT INFRASTRUCTURE AND COMMUNITIES PROGRAM. MR. HUGHES IS GOING TO TELL YOU

ABOUT THIS PAPER. >> GOOD EVENING. THIS BOARD PAPER WOULD AUTHORIZE

[12d. 285-20 Resolution - Authorization to Submit Applications - Federal Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities Program. ]

THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS AND THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC UTILITIES TO APPLY A -- APPLY TO THE BUILDING RESILIENT INFRASTRUCTURE AND COMMUNITIES, BRICK FOR SHORT, PROGRAM OF THE FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS FEMA. THE PROGRAM ALLOCATES FUND FOR HAZARD MITIGATION PROJECTS SUCH AS FLOOD RISK PROJECTS, FLOOD PROOFING OF NON-RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES, INFRASTRUCTURE RETROFITS AND GENERATOR EQUIPMENT.

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THE BRICK PROGRAM REIMBURSES ELIGIBLE RECIPIENTS FOR 75% OF APPROVED COST.

THE COUNTY IDENTIFIED THREE MITIGATION PROJECTS ELIGIBLE FOR BRICK FUNDS.

TWO FROM PUBLIC WORKS AND ONE FROM PUBLIC UTILITIES. ONE PROJECT WOULD BE IMPROVEMENTS TO WOODMAN BETWEEN HUNGRY AND MOUNTAIN ROAD TO IMPROVE SAFETY AND REDUCE FLOODING IN THE AREA. ANOTHER WOULD BE FLOOD MITIGATION FOR LAKESIDE BASEBALL FIELDS LOCATED ON CLUB ROAD NEAR THE BELMONT GOLF COURSE. THIS WOULD BE FOR PLANNING ACTIVITIES ON THAT. THE THIRD FOR INSULATION OF A GENERATOR TO PROVIDE REDUNDANT POWER TO PURCHASE THE GENERATOR EQUIPMENT. THE COUNTY MUST APPLY FOR THE BRICK FUNDING FOR EACH PROJECT THROUGH THE DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY -- VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT. THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS AND DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC UTILITIES RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND THE COUNTY MANAGER CONCURS. HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS

WITH BEEPEDLY. -- BENTLEY. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: THESE ARE

REALLY NEEDED. >> NO DOUBT. ALL THREE.

WHAT'S THE EXPECTATION ON THESE? YOU'RE SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION FOR THE FUNDING.

HOW LONG DOES THIS TAKE TO GET AWARDED? >> WE'RE SUBMITTING APPLICATIONS THIS MONTH. IF APPROVED AND WE'RE HOPING TO FIND OUT BY MIDDLE OF NEXT YEAR,

THE FUNDING. >> THANK YOU. >> THOMAS BRANIN: ANY OTHER

QUESTIONS? >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: MOVE THE RESOLUTION.

>> SECOND. >> THOMAS BRANIN: MOTION AND SECOND BY MR. SCHMITT.

ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE. ALL OPPOSED. RESOLUTION CARRIES.

>>> SO ON THAT ITEM, I HAVE TO THANK BOTH BENTBLY AND TERRELL. YOU GET NEW IDEAS.

AND THAT'S WHAT -- THAT ITEM WAS ALL ABOUT. SO IT IS AN EFFORT THAT WILL START AND POTONEENTIALLY IT BECS JUST LIKE SIDEWALKS A NUMBER OF YEARS AGO.

AGENDA 286-20 IS AN AWARD OF CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT. THIS IS FOR THE STAPLES MILL ROAD PRESSURE REDUCING VALVE IN THE BROOKLAND DISTRICT. MR. CHAN? CONTRACT TO WACO INCORPORATED TO INSTALL A PRESSURE REDUCING VALVE AT STAPLES MILL ROAD AND

[12e. 286-20 Resolution - Award of Construction Contract - Staples Mill Road Pressure Reducing Valve - Brookland District. ]

TOWNHOUSE ROAD FOR $220,000. THE PROJECT WILL PROVIDE WATER SUPPLY REDEUNDANCY AND MEET WATR DEMANDS INCLUDING THE LIBBY MILL DEVELOPMENT. THE WORK WILL BEGIN JANUARY 2021 AND IT WILL BE COMPLETED BY THE END OF 2021. FUNDING FOR THE PROJECT WILL BE PROVIDED BY THE WATER AND SEWER REVENUE FUND. SIX BIDS WERE RECEIVED ON OCTOBER 8, 2020. BASED UPON A REVIEW OF BIDS, WACO INCORPORATED IS THE LOWEST RESPONSIVE AND RESPONSIBLE BIDDER. THE BOARD PAPER AUTHORIZES THE COUNTY MANAGER TO CATO ACCEPT T CONTRACT AND EXECUTE CHANGE ORDERS WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THE PROJECT BUDGET NOT TO EXCEED 15% OF THE ORIGINAL BUDGET AMOUNT. DIRECTOR OF UTILITIES AND PURCHASING RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND THE COUNTY MANAGER CONCURS. HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS

YOU MAY HAVE. >> THOMAS BRANIN: ANY QUESTIONS? >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: YES.

WHAT IS THE PRESSURE AT THAT LOCATION? >> THAT WAS MY QUESTION.

>> PATRICIA O'BANNON: I HAVE LOCATIONS WITH VERY HIGH PRESSURE.

MAYBE THEY SHOULD BE REDUCED IN OTHER AREAS. WHAT IS THE PRESSURE THERE?

WATER PRESSURE. >> THIS IS A DEVICE TO HELP REGULATE THE PRESSURE AND HELP PROVIDE -- SO IN TIMES WHERE, LIKE, FIRE FLOW IS NEEDED AND ADDITIONAL UNITS COME ONLINE AS DEVELOPMENT HAPPENS, THEY'LL BE A NEED TO PULL MORE WATER INTO THE SYSTEM TO MAINTAIN PRESSURE.

SO THIS DEVICE WILL HELP US TO REGULATE THAT. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: IT'S

REDUCING PRESSURE NOW? GENERALLY? >> CORRECT.

IT'S REDUCING -- THAT'S THE NAME OF IT BUT IT DOES OTHER THINGS. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH IN -- I KNOW SOME NEIGHBORHOODS THAT HAVE IT AT 90 TO 95 POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH

WHEN IT SHOULD BE AROUND 60? SO WHAT IS THIS? >> SO WE TRY TO MAINTAIN IN THE RANGE OF 30 TO 60. WE DO HAVE HIGH PRESSURE ZONES WHICH GET US CLOSER TO THE 90

RANGE. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: SO THIS WOULD BE A VALVE, WHAT, ON A

MAIN LINE? . >> IT IS.

IT'S CONNECTED TO THE EXTENSION OF THE WATER MAIN IN STAPLES MILL THAT HAPPENED, I BELIEVE A

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FEW WEEKS AGO RIGHT NEAR STAPLES MILL AND DICKENS. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: OKAY.

I SAY THAT BECAUSE WHEN SOME OF THE AREAS HAVE SUCH HIGH WATER PRESSURE, YOUR SHOWER NEVER STOPS DRIPPING. IT DOES IMPACT YOUR FIXTURES IN THE HOUSE.

I HAD PEOPLE, YOU KNOW, CALL ME ABOUT THAT. JUST CURIOUS.

COULD THIS HAPPEN IN OTHER PLACES? >> IT DOES.

WELL -- >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: PRESSURE REDUCING VALVE.

>> RIGHT. IT DOES AND WE WOULD -- FOR ANYBODY WITH A SITUATION LIKE THAT WE WOULD ASK THEM TO PLEASE CALL US AND WE WOULD BE ABLE TO HELP THEM.

>> PATRICIA O'BANNON: OH, I CAN TELL YOU THE WHOLE NEIGHBORHOOD.

PEOPLE HAVE VALVES ON THEIR EXTERIOR HOSE, YOU KNOW, WHERE THE WATER -- CLOSE TO THE WATER LINE WHERE IT COMES IN. FOR THEIR OUTSIDE HOSES. I JUST -- I DIDN'T REALIZE YOU COULD DO THAT KIND OF THING. PUT ON A PRESSURE-REDUCING VALVE.

SO I LEARNED SOMETHING. >> YES, MA'AM. >> THOMA

>> DANIEL SCHMITT: MOVE THE RESOLUTION. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: SECOND.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE? ALL OPPOSED.

>> THIS MOVES IT TO CLARK CONSTRUCTION GROUP FOR 1 MILLION $393,00860.

THE PURPOSE IS TO REPLACE INFRASTRUCTURE REQUIRED TO TREAT WASTE WATER IN ACCORDANCE WITH FEDERAL AND STATE REGULATIONS. THE WORK WILL BEGIN IN JANUARY 2021 AND WILL BE COMPLETED BY

[12f. 287-20 Resolution - Award of Construction Contract - Water Reclamation Facility Clarifier Rehabilitation, Phase 1 - Varina District. ]

JUNE OF 2022. FUNDING FOR THE CONTRACT WILL BE PROVIDED BY THE WATER AND SEWER REVENUE FUND. FIVE BIDS WERE RECEIVED ON OCTOBER 15, 2020 BASED UPON A REVIEW OF THE BIDS, CLARK CONSTRUCTION GROUP IS THE LOWEST RESPONSIVE AND RESPONSIBLE BIDDER. THIS BOARD PAPER AWARDS THE CONTRACT TO CLARK CONSTRUCTION GROUP AND GRANTS SIGNATORY AUTHORITY APPROVED BY THE COUNTY ATTORNEY.

THE COUPE MANAGER OR PURCHASING DIRECTOR EXECUTES CHANGE ORDERS NOT TO EXCEED 15% OF THE ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT. WE RECOMMEND APPROVAL FOR THIS PAPER AND THE COUNTY MANAGER CONCURS. BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: ANY QUESTIONS? NONE? ENTERTAIN A MOTION.

>> SO MOVED. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: SECOND. >> THOMAS BRANIN: MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. NELSON. SECOND BY MS. O'BANNON. ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE.

ALL OPPOSED. RESOLUTION CARRIES. >>> MR. CHAIRMAN, THE NEXT FIVE IT ITEMS FALL UNDER PUBLIC WORKS 288-20 IS A RESOLUTION.

THIS IS CISIGNATORY AUTHORITY. THE SKIPWITH ROAD BRIDGE REHAB PROJECT IN THE THREE CHOPT AND

TUC DISTRICTS. MR. HUGHES? >> THANK YOU, MR. MANAGER.

[12g. 288-20 Resolution - Signatory Authority - Skipwith Road Bridge Rehabilitation Project - Three Chopt and Tuckahoe Districts. ]

THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS RECOMMENDS APPROVAL OF THE BOARD PAPER AND THE COUNTY MANAGER CONCURS. HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS ON THIS.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: ANY QUESTIONS FOR MR. HUGHES? NONE?

>> PATRICIA O'BANNON: RESOLUTION. >> SECOND.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: MOTION MADE B MUSHEUT. ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE? ALL OPPOSED. RESOLUTION CARRIES. NEXT UP.

>> I'LL PRESENT ITEM 289-20. IT'S A RESOLUTION TO AWARD CONTRACT FOR THE RICHFIELD PARKWAY SIDEWALK PHASE ONE IN THE THREE CHOPT AND TUCKAHOE DISTRICTS.

>> PATRICIA O'BANNON: MOVE THE RESOLUTION. >> SECOND.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE? ALL OPPOSED?

RESOLUTION CARRIES. >> ALL RIGHT. NEXT UP I HAVE ITEM 290-20.

IT'S A RESOLUTION -- >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: MOVE THE RESOLUTION.

>> I WAS -- DO YOU WANT TO SECOND IT ALSO? SHE CAN SECOND THIS ONE AS WELL.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: MOTION MADE BY MS. O'BANNON. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: IT'S 25

YE YEARS. >> SECOND.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: ALL RIGHT. SO JUST GIVE US A REAL QUICK RECAP OF THE PARHAM ROAD AND

[12h. 289-20 Resolution - Award of Contract - Ridgefield Parkway Sidewalk, Phase I - Three Chopt and Tuckahoe Districts. ]

PATTERSON AVENUE. >> IT'S IMPROVEMENTS AT THE INTERSECTION TO IMPROVE IT.

WE'LL BE ADDING LEFT TURN LANES ON ALL APPROACHES AND RIGHT TURN LANES.

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>> THOMAS BRANIN: SO YOU KNOW -- MS. O'BANNON HAS BEEN WORKING ON THIS FOR --

>> PATRICIA O'BANNON: 25 YEARS. >> MR. HUGHES IS TAKING SOME CREDIT STANDING UP THERE AND

[12i. 290-20 Resolution - Signatory Authority - Parham Road and Patterson Avenue Intersection Improvements Project - Tuckahoe District. ]

SAYING THIS. FOR THE RECORD, I WANT TO SAY THAT I THINK WE'D ALSO LIKE TO SHARE IN SOME OF THE CREDIT FOR IT. THANK YOU.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: ALL RIGHT. MOVING ON. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: DID WE

R VOTE? >> THOMAS BRANIN: MOTION BY MS. O'BANNON AND SECOND BY MR. SCHMITT. ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE.

ALL OPPOSED. RESOLUTION CARRIES. >> NEXT ITEM I HAVE IS 291-20 WHICH IS A RESOLUTION OF SCI SIGNATORY AUTHORITY AND AGREEMENT FOR THE FOUR MILE CREEK IMPROVEMENTS. SO THIS BOARD PAPER AUTHORIZES THE COUNTY MANAGER TO EXECUTE THE REVISED AGREEMENT FOR PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A TRAILHEAD FACILITY AT FOUR MILE CREEK PARK. THE PROJECT WILL INSTALL RESTROOM, SHELTER, DRINKING FOUNTAIN AND ADDITIONAL BIKE RACKS AND SIGNS AND THIS

[12j. 291-20 Resolution - Signatory Authority - Agreement Revision - Four Mile Creek Park Improvements - Varina District. ]

TRAILHEAD IS ON THE CAPITAL TRAIL. THE ORIGINAL ESTIMATED PROJECT COST WAS 844,000 AND THE REVISED AGREEMENT REFLECTS 948,000. VDOT WILL REIMBURSE $632,000.

THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS RECK MPDZ APPROVAL AND COUNTY MANAGER CONCURS.

>> HOW MANY -- YOU SAID RESTROOM SAID. -- RESTROOMS.

HOW MANY? >> YALE SEE HOW MANY STALLS WE'RE INSTALLING.

I DON'T HAVE THAT NUMBER OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD. >> OKAY.

CAN YOU LET US KNOW WHEN YOU FIND OUT? >> I CAN FOLLOW THAT UP WITH

Y YOU. >> ANYBODY ELSE HAVE ANY

QUESTIONS? SO MOVED. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: SECOND.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: MOTION MADE BY MR. NELSON AND SECONDED BY MS. O'BANNON.

ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE. RESOLUTION CARRIES. >>> THE LAST ITEM I HAVE IS ITEM 292-20. IT'S A RESOLUTION FOR ACCEPTANCE OF ROADS IN THE THREE CHOPT DISTRICT. THIS BOARD PAPER WOULD ACCEPT THE QUARTER MILE OF HAYDEN PARK LANE AND A PORTION OF VENERY AVENUE IN THE THREE CHOPT DISTRICT.

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS RECOMMENDS APPROVAL OF THE BOARD PAPER AND COUNTY MANAGER

CONCURS. >> MOVE THE RESOLUTION. >> PATRICIA O'BANNON: SECOND.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: MOTION BY MR. SCHMITT. SECOND BY MS. O'BANNON.

ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE. ALL OPPOSED? MOTION CARRIES.

MR. MANAGER? >> NO OTHER BUSINESS THIS EVENING, AM CHAIRMAN.

>> THOMAS BRANIN: THANK YOU. EVERYONE BE SAFE. HAVE A GREAT NIGHT.

AND WE'LL SEE YOU BACK AGAIN IN TWO WEEKS. (SOUNDING GAVEL)

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