BOS June 14, 2022 Meeting

BOS June 14, 2022 Meeting

Date:  Tuesday June 14, 2022 (06/14/22)

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Board of Supervisors
County of Prince George, Virginia
Regular Meeting:  June 14, 2022
County Administration Bldg. Boardroom, Third Floor
6602 Courts Drive, Prince George, Virginia
Regular Meeting
Closed Session 
5:00 p.m.
Work Session
6:00 p.m.
Business Meeting
7:00 p.m.
*Public Hearings Will Be Heard at 7:30 p.m.

The meeting will be live-streamed at the following link:

Public comments may be made in person during any meeting.  You may also submit any public comments on our website at

Any public comments received in person or by website form up until the public comment section is closed by the Chair of the Board of Supervisors on June 14 may be entered into the meeting minutes if desired by the citizen.

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.   

Prince George Heritage Center Fire/EMS Museum Update (Carol Bowman)
Employee Grievance Policy (Corrie Hurt, Human Resources) 

Pledge of Allegiance to U.S. Flag

C-1.     Draft Minutes – May 24, 2022 Regular Meeting.  

C-2.     Resolution; Proclamation; Elder Abuse Awareness Day – June 15, 2022.

C-3.     Resolution; Commendation; Animal Control Officer Samantha Santilli; Animal Rescue on May 9, 2022.

S-1.      Resolution; Proclamation; Elder Abuse Awareness Day – June 15, 2022.  

S-2.      Resolution; Commendation; Animal Control Officer Samantha Santilli; Animal Rescue on May 9, 2022.  



VDOT – Crystal Smith
Property Screening – Dan Whitten


A-1.     Resolution; Appropriation of Funds for Fiscal Year 2022-2023 for Prince George County. (Betsy Drewry, Deputy County Administrator, Finance).  

A-2.     Resolution; Authorize the General Services Department to Complete a Grant Application to the Department of Environmental Quality for Partial Funding of the Annual Clean Community Day Event April 2023.    (Dean Simmons, General Services Director)  

A-3.     Resolution; Budget Amendment and Appropriation ($100,000 Children’s Services Act End of Year; State Funding Of $53,354; Transfer from General Fund Contingency of $46,646).   (Betsy Drewry, Deputy County Administrator, Finance)  

A-4.     Resolution; Budget Amendment and Transfer from General Fund Contingency ($78,000 Riverside Regional Jail End of Year Projected Budget Deficit).    (Betsy Drewry, Deputy County Administrator, Finance)  

A-5.     Resolution; Proposed Revisions Prince George County Administrative Policy; Section 230.1 Through 230.29, Entitled Procurement Policy.  (Betsy Drewry, Deputy County Administrator, Finance)

A-6.     Resolution; Award of Contract ($69,790.39 Fire Hose – Atlantic Emergency Solutions).  (Fire Chief Paul Beamon)

A-7.     Resolution; Authority to Advertise an Ordinance to Amend “The Code of the County of Prince George, Virginia,” as Amended, by Amending §§42-1.1, 42-1.2, 42-1.3, 42-1.4, 42-1.5, 42-1.6, 42-1.7, 42-1.8, 42-1.9, 42-1.10, And 42-1.11 to Align Chapter 42 Fire Prevention and Protection with the Virginia Code, to Eliminate Redundancies, to Align Chapter 42 with Current Policy and to Remove Language that is Already Covered in Policy.  (Fire Chief Paul Beamon)

A-8.     Resolution: Acceptance of a Pro Rata Share Agreement Between County and Chappell Creek, LLC for Public Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Chappell Creek Subdivision.   (Frank Haltom, County Engineer)

A-9.     Resolution: Acceptance of Agreement Between County and Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Proposing Improvements On Lone Oak Mill Road (Route 658).  (Frank Haltom, County Engineer)  

A-10.   Resolution:  Authority To Advertise Public Hearing to Lease a Portion of the Central Wellness Center to the Prince George Youth Wrestling Association.  (Dan Whitten, County Attorney)

A-11.   Resolution; Authorization for the Chair to Execute an Employment Contract for the Clerk to the Board of Supervisors.  (Corrie Hurt, Human Resources Director) 

A-12.   Resolution; Authorization for the Chair to Execute an Amended Employment Contract for the County Attorney.  (Corrie Hurt, Human Resources Director)

 A-13.   Consideration of Appointments – Board, Commissions, Committees, Authorities:
            Resolution of Appointment(s):

A.        Resolution; Two Appointments (Three-Year Term) – District 19 Community Services Board.  

B.        Resolution; One Appointment (Police Chief, Alternate) Riverside Regional Jail Authority.   

C.        Resolution; Two Appointments (Three-Year Term) – Recreation Advisory Commission. 

D.        Resolution; Appointment (One Member) Appomattox Regional Library Board. 

E.         Resolution; Recommendation for Appointment (Interim Term) – Board of Zoning Appeals. 

F.         Resolution; Appointments (Three Members); Senior Task Force.  [26]

P-1.      Public Hearing; Ordinance to Waive Penalty and Interest Until August 31, 2022 on Real Estate Taxes, Personal Property Taxes, Stormwater Utility Fees and Public Service Taxes Due June 24, 2022.   (Dan Whitten, County Attorney)

P-2.       Resolution; Virginia Department of Transportation Six-Year Plan for Prince George County Secondary Roads Improvement for Fiscal Years 2023 Through 2028 and Secondary Roads Construction Budget for Fiscal Year 2023 for Prince George County.   (Diana Bryant, Virginia Department of Transportation)  [28]

P-3.      Public Hearing; SPECIAL EXCEPTION SE-22-04: Request of John and Sherry Hass to permit a trucking company office with parking/storage of trucks and equipment and truck repair within a B-1 (General Commercial) Zoning District, pursuant to Prince George County Zoning Ordinance Section 90-393(11) “Auto repair garage, wrecking service” and Section 90-393(16) “Motor freight terminal, transshipment facility” and pursuant to conditional zoning case ZM-03-002. The subject property is approximately four (4) acres in size, located at 7901 County Drive, and is identified as Tax Map 450(04)00-00A-1. The Prince George County Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map indicates the property is planned for Residential uses. (Tim Graves, Planning)  [29]
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