February 9, 2021 BOS Meeting
Date: Tuesday February 09, 2021 (02/09/21)
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Board of Supervisors
County of Prince George, Virginia
Regular Meeting: February 9, 2021
County Administration Bldg. Boardroom, Third Floor
6602 Courts Drive, Prince George, Virginia
*Public Hearings Will Be Heard at 7:30 p.m.
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CALL TO ORDER
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.
Volunteer Tax Relief Ordinance
Company One Bingo Presentation
Discussion of Establishment of Citizen Committees:
Youth Task Force
Senior Citizens Task Force
Inclusion Diversity Equality Cabinet
Discussion of Assessment Tool for Board of Supervisors
Pledge of Allegiance to U.S. Flag
ADOPTION OF AGENDA
ORDER OF CONSENSUS
C-1. Draft Minutes – January 5 Organizational Meeting; January 7 Pre-Budget Work Session; January 12, 2021 Regular Meeting; and January 21 Pre-Budget Work Session.
C-2. Resolution; Commendation; Jean Hargrave; Service to Prince George County.
C-3. Resolution; Commendation; Officer Ronald Sisson; Service to Prince George County.
C-4. Resolution: Appropriation of Department of Criminal Justice Services Recruitment and Retention Funds ($36,310.00).
C-5. Resolution; Proclamation; Black History Month; February 2021.
C-6. Resolution; Modification to FY2020-2021 Position Chart for the Addition of One FTE in the Position of Drug Court Administrator.
C-7. Resolution; Appropriation and Budget Transfer to Relocate Drug Court Treatment Program From RCJA to the Court System (Appropriation of $22,860 RCJA Fund Balance & Budget Transfer of $74,484 From RJCA to Local Drug Court Program).
S-1. Resolution; Commendation; Officer Ronald Sisson; Service to Prince George County.
S-2. Resolution; Proclamation; Black History Month; February 2021 (Presented to Reverend Dr. Sylvia Tucker of the Prince George Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and Presented to Mrs. Mary Ruffin of the NAACP).
COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR’S COMMENTS
VDOT – Crystal Smith
Property Maintenance Report – Lt. Paul Burroughs and Charles Harrison
CWC Update – Mike Purvis
Procurement for Towing County Vehicles – Betsy Drewry
Fire and EMS Capital Projects – Mike Purvis
T-1. Resolution; Authorization to Hold a Public Hearing on January 26, 2021 to Consider Adoption of an Ordinance to Amend The Code of the County of Prince George, Virginia, 2005, as Amended, to Revise the Location of a Polling Place Within the Courts Building Election District from Main Floor of Courts Building, 6601 Courts Drive to Gregory Memorial Presbyterian Church, 6300 Courthouse Road.
T-2. Resolution; Appointment of Two Members to Prince George Planning Commission (Four-Year Term).
ORDER OF BUSINESS
A.1. Resolution; Proposed Revisions Prince George County Personnel Policy; Section 230.1 Through 230.29, Entitled Procurement Policy.
A-2. Resolution; Appropriation ($347,122 School Textbook Fund, Fund Balance).
A-3. Resolution: Award of Contract for Feasibility Study for Water Infiltration Mediation at Regional Heritage Center ($9,294).
A-4. Resolution: Award of Annual Services Contract for Routine and Emergency Utility Repairs.
A-5. Resolution: Award of Contract for Route Analysis and Route Selection for the Route 10 Waterline Extension.
A-6. Resolution: Appropriation Economic Development Fund Balance for Return of Commonwealth Opportunity Grant, $200,000.
A-7. Discussion of Melvin L Davis Oil Company, Inc. ABC License Application.
P-1. PUBLIC HEARING; REZONING CASE RZ-20-06 Request of Lampe Management Company, Inc. to conditionally rezone 6.48 acres from R-1, Limited Residential to B-1, General Business. The property is located at the northwestern quadrant of the intersection of South Crater Road and Birdsong Road and is identified as portions of Tax Maps 330(0A)00-003-0 and 330(0A)00-006-0. The Comprehensive Plan indicates the property is suitable for village center uses.
P-2. PUBLIC HEARING; SPECIAL EXCEPTION SE-20-02 Request of Lampe Management Company, Inc. pursuant to Prince George County Zoning Ordinance Section 90-393(15) to permit warehousing with indoor storage on 11.63 acres within a B-1, General Business District, for the purpose of operating a mini-storage facility. The property is located at the northwestern quadrant of the intersection of South Crater Road and Birdsong Road and is identified as portions of Tax Maps 330(0A)00-003-0 and 330(0A)00-006-0. The Comprehensive Plan indicates the property is suitable for village center uses.
P-3. Public Hearing; Resolution; Ordinance Amendment to Establish a Dedicated One Cent Real Estate Tax for Fire Equipment.
P-4. Public Hearing; 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.
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 www.princegeorgeva.org.