April 26, 2022 BOS Meeting
Date: Tuesday April 26, 2022 (04/26/22)
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Board of Supervisors
County of Prince George, Virginia
Regular Meeting: April 26, 2022
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.
Farmer’s Market (Corrie Hurt)
Discussion on Real Estate Assessor’s Office (Jason Cowan, Real Estate Assessor’s Office)
Pledge of Allegiance to U.S. Flag
ADOPTION OF AGENDA
ORDER OF CONSENSUS
C-1. Draft Minutes – March 29, 2022 Work Session; and April 12, 2022 Regular Meeting.
COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR’S COMMENTS
County Leasing Policy –Dan Whitten, County Attorney
Petersburg Area Regional Tourism – Joanne Williams and Martha Burton
DWSRF Funding Opportunity – Frank Haltom
Quarterly Financial Report – Betsy Drewry
ORDER OF BUSINESS
A-1. Resolution; Authorize the Social Services Department to Complete a Grant Application to John Randolph Foundation for School Supplies to be Distributed at the Back to School Fair. (Bertha Judge, Director of Social Services)
A-2. Resolution: Acceptance of Agreement between County and Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Proposing Improvements to the Intersection of Courthouse Road (Route 106) and Bull Hill Road (Rte. 630). (Frank Haltom, County Engineer)
A-3. Resolution: Award of Contract for Professional Engineering Services for the Evaluation, Design, Permitting and Construction Administration of the Temple Avenue Water Storage Tank and Pumping Station. (Frank Haltom, County Engineer)
A-4. Resolution: Award of Contract for Professional Engineering Services for the Evaluation, Design, Permitting and Construction Administration of the Route 156 Water Storage Tank And Pumping Station. (Frank Haltom, County Engineer)
A-5. Resolution: Award of Contract for Preparation of Plans to Apply and Obtain a VSMP Permit for the Waterline Extension to the Route 10 Corridor. (Frank Haltom, County Engineer)
A-6. Resolution: Deed of Dedication of Right-of-Way Located on Parcel ID: 230(0a)00-014-0 for State Route 646/Middle Road Improvements and the Construction of the New Elementary School. (Dan Whitten, County Attorney)
A-7. Resolution; Appropriation ($570,000 School Nutrition Fund Federal Revenues). (Betsy Drewry, Deputy County Administrator, Finance)
A-8. Resolution; Budget Transfer ($2,280.64 Capital Improvement Project Fund; Transfer from Multiple School CIP Projects to School – JEJ Moore Water Intrusion Project). (Betsy Drewry, Deputy County Administrator, Finance)
A-9. Resolution to Set a Percentage of Tax Relief for the 2022 Tax Year at a Level That is Anticipated to Exhaust Personal Property Tax Relief Funds Provided to the County of Prince George by the Commonwealth Of Virginia as Authorized by County Code Section 74-3. (Dan Whitten, County Attorney)
P-1. Public Hearing for Ordinance to Amend “The Code of the County of Prince George, Virginia”, 2005, as Amended, by Amending § 82-261, 82-262, 82-536 And 82-537 to Revise Water and Wastewater Connection Fees and User Charges. (Frank Haltom, County Engineer)
P-2. Public Hearing; Resolution; Establishment of 2022 Tax Levies For Tangible Personal Property And Machinery And Tools. (Betsy Drewry, Deputy County Administrator, Finance)
P-3. Public Hearing; Ordinance to Amend “The Code of the County of Prince George, Virginia”, 2005, as Amended, by Amending and Reenacting §§ 78-96, 78-96.1, 78-97, 78-98, 78-99, 78-100, 78-102 To Eliminate The Vehicle License Fee Effective For The 2022 Personal Property Tax Year But To Clarify That Delinquent Vehicle Fees From Prior Tax Years Shall Still Be Owed. (Dan Whitten, County Attorney)
P-4. Public Hearing; FY23 Budget. (Betsy Drewry, Deputy County Administrator, Finance)
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.