May 23, 2023 Board of Supervisors Meeting
Date: Tuesday May 23, 2023 (05/23/23)
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Board of Supervisors
County of Prince George, Virginia
Regular Meeting: May 23, 2023
County Administration Bldg. Boardroom, Third Floor
6602 Courts Drive, Prince George, Virginia
*Public Hearings Will Be Heard at 7:30 p.m.
The meeting will be live-streamed at the following link: https://www.princegeorgecountyva.gov/live_stream/index.php
Public comments may be made in person during any meeting. You may also submit any public comments on our website at https://www.princegeorgecountyva.gov/departments/board_of_supervisors/public_comment_form.php.
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 May 23 be entered into the meeting minutes if desired by the citizen.
CALL TO ORDER
Drug Court Update and Grant Discussion - Yolanda Hines, Drug Court Coordinator
Convenience Center Update - Dean Simmons, General Services Director and Stephanie Kalantarians, GuernseyTingle
Pledge of Allegiance to U.S. Flag
ADOPTION OF AGENDA
ORDER OF CONSENSUS
C-1. Draft Minutes – May 9, 2023 Regular Meeting.
C-2. Resolution: Authorizing Prince George County to Enter into an Amendment to the Pro-Rata Share Agreement with Chappell Creek, LLC. (Andrea Erard, Interim County Attorney)
C-3. Resolution: Authority to Advertise a Public Hearing to Convey an Easement to Comcast Cable Communications Management, LLC. (Andrea Erard, Interim County Attorney)
COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR’S COMMENTS
Farmer’s Market – Corrie Hurt
T-1. Resolution; Approval of Contract Amendment for Additional Convenience Station Architectural Services (Not to Exceed $8,250.00) and Appropriation from General Fund, Fund Balance ($8,250.00). (Dean Simmons, General Services Director)
ORDER OF BUSINESS
A-1. Discussion of Additional Holiday for Employees for Independence Day. (Corrie Hurt, Human Resources Director)
A-2. Resolution; Award of Contract to Centennial Contractors for Station 5 Restroom Renovation and Restroom Related HVAC and Electrical Work ($175,000.00) and a Budget Transfer of Series 2019 Repurposed Bond Proceeds ($192,500.00). (Dean Simmons, General Services Director)
A-3. Resolution; Authorization for the County Administrator to Enter into an Agreement with the Virginia Department of Transportation for the Preparation and Paving of Scott Park Parking Lot and Roadway and Appropriation of Tourism Fund, Fund Balance ($311,229.56). (Dean Simmons, General Services Director)
A-4. Resolution: Authorizing Prince George County to Enter Into an Agreement Regarding Opioid Settlement Funds with Surry County. (Andrea Erard, Interim County Attorney)
A-5. Discussion and Possible Action of Categorical Funding to Schools for FY2024. (Betsy Drewry, Deputy County Administrator, Finance)
A-6. Adoption of the FY24 Budget. (Betsy Drewry, Deputy County Administrator, Finance)
P-1. REZONING RZ-23-03: Request of Roslyn Farm Corporation to conditionally rezone approximately 159.64 acres from Residential Agricultural (R-A) and Limited Residential (R-2) Zoning Districts to General Industrial (M-2) Zoning District. The purpose of the rezoning is to allow development of the property for industrial uses. The subject property is located on both sides of Rives Road in between the interchanges for Interstate 95 and Interstate 295, and is identified by seven (7) Tax Map Numbers: 330(0A)00-015-0, 016-A, 018-0, 019-0, 020-0, 0-21-0, and 024-A. The overall development plan extends across the County line into the City of Petersburg. The Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map indicates the property is planned for “Commercial / Industrial” land uses. Staff Contact: Andre Greene
P-2. SPECIAL EXCEPTION SE-23-04: Request of the County of Prince George to permit “Buildings or uses for local governmental purposes” within a Residential Agricultural (R-A) Zoning District, pursuant to Prince George County Zoning Ordinance Section 90-103(35). The purpose of the request is to allow a convenience center, which is a facility allowing residents and business to drop off solid waste and recyclable materials to be collected and taken away to off-site transfer stations or landfills. The facility would occupy approximately 7 acres of land located on the southeast portion of the subject property. The subject property, approximately 175 acres in total size, is located on the east side of Prince George Drive at the intersection with East Quaker Road, and is identified as Tax Map 350(0A)00-046-0. The Prince George County Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map indicates the property is planned for “Public / Semi-Public” land uses. Staff Contact: Tim Graves
Board meeting format: Executive 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.princegeorgecountyva.gov.