BOS January 12, 2021 Meeting

BOS January 12, 2021 Meeting

Date:  Tuesday January 12, 2021 (01/12/21)

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Board of Supervisors
County of Prince George, Virginia
Regular Meeting:  January 12, 2021
County Administration Bldg. Boardroom, Third Floor
6602 Courts Drive, Prince George, Virginia
Regular Meeting
Closed Session 
6:00 p.m.
Business Meeting
7:00 p.m.
*Public Hearings Will Be Heard at 7:30 p.m.

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Roll Call

E-1.     Resolution; Closed Session Motion with Topics and Code Section References to be Provided at Board Meeting.   

E-2.     Resolution; “Certification of Closed Session” Certifying that Only those Items Contained in the Closed Session Motion were Discussed.   

Pledge of Allegiance to U.S. Flag 



C-1.     Draft Minutes – December 8, 2020 Regular Meeting; and December 16, 2020 Work Session.   

C-2.     Resolution; Commendation; Police Officer Thomas J. Milazzo; Service to Prince George County.  

C-3.     Resolution; Commendation; Chief Deputy Treasurer Gloria A. Tereschenko; Service to Prince George County.   

C-4.     Resolution: Appropriation ($75,000 School Virginia Tiered Systems of Support Grant and Cameron Foundation Grant Funds).   

C-5.     Resolution: Appropriation ($23,675 Insurance Recoveries – Police Vehicle Repair).  

C-6.     Resolution; Transfer from General Fund Contingency ($39,846.65 for Continuation of Part-Time Covid-19 Response Workers Formerly Funded Using Cares Coronavirus Relief Funds).   

C-7.     Resolution:  Settlement and Release Agreement Between the County of Prince George, Virginia and Anthony and Patricia Dasilva.   

C-8.     Resolution:  Settlement and Release Agreement Between the County of Prince George, Virginia and James D. Foster.  

S-1.     Resolution; Commendation; Police Officer Thomas Milazzo; Service to Prince George County.



VDOT – Crystal Smith
CARES Funding – Betsy Drewry
The Municipal COVID Relief Funds Update – Frank Haltom
Fire and EMS Building Projects – Mike Purvis   


A-1.     Resolution; Proposed Revisions; Prince George County Personnel Policies; Section 120.1 Through 120.6 Entitled Wireless Devices and Section 130.1 Through 130.9 Entitled Electronic Information, Internet and Network Resources.  

A-2.     Resolution; Authorization for the County Administrator to Enter into an Agreement with The Virginia Department of Transportation for the Construction, Construction Management, and Inspection Services Related to the Completion of Koolwood Lane for Acceptance into the State-Maintained Secondary System of Roads and Appropriation of Performance Bond Funds and Transfer from General Fund Contingency ($48,635.76).  

A-3.     Resolution; Authorize Contract Amendment Between Prince George County, Virginia and Kalyan Hospitality Relating to Emergency Hotel Rooms for Staff Quarantine for COVID-19.   

A-4.     Resolution:  Authority to Execute Amendment to COVID-19 Small Business Micro-Grant Agreement.  

A-5.     Resolution Terminating the Contract with HBA Architecture & Interior.  

A-6.     Resolution: Appropriation, ($390,042.06 School Federal Department of Defense Funds).  

A-7.     Resolution; Authority to Advertise an Ordinance to Amend “The Code of the County of Prince George, Virginia,” as Amended, by Adding §74-6 to Allocate $.01 of the Real Estate Tax for Fire Equipment Replacement for the Coordinated Fire/EMS System.  

A-8.     Resolution; Authority To Advertise An Ordinance To Amend “The Code of the County of Prince George, Virginia,” as Amended, by Amending §6-146 to Clarify the Language for a Dog Running at Large and to Provide for a Civil Penalty of up to $100 for Dogs Running in a Pack Which is Defined as the Dog Running at Large in the Company of One or More Dogs that are Also Running at Large. 

A-9.     Discussion of Los Arrieros Inc. ABC License Application. 

A-10.   Crater Regional Chief Elected Officials Consortium; CEO Designee Certification & Alternate Members.  

A-11.   Six-Month Work Plan.  

P-1.     Public Hearing; Ordinance to Amend The Code of the County of Prince George, Virginia, by Deleting §§ 90-12, and 90-1036, and by Amending §§ 90-1, 90-52, 90-53, 90-56, 90-102, 90-103, 90-106, 90-202, 90-242, 90-292, 90-295, 90-342, 90-392, 90-395, 90-442, 90-446, 90-492, 90-496,  90-546, 90-1036, and 90-1039, and to Consolidate the Requirements for Signs by Adding Article XIII, “Signs” to Chapter 90, “Zoning,” §§ 90-591 through 90-600 so as to Revise Local Sign Requirements to be Consistent with Current Law and to Create a Clear and a Consistent Set of Regulations Pertaining to Signs. 

P-2.     Resolution: Budget Amendment and Appropriation ($1,877,866.32 for FY20 School Division Carry-Over Funds). 

Board meeting format:  Closed Meeting at 5:00 p.m., followed by a Business Meeting at 7:00 p.m. with Public Hearings being heard at 7:30 p.m.  Visit Prince George County website for information