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Prince George
County, VA

Recap of September 8 BOS Meeting

September 8 Meeting Recap
BOS Approves Round Two Appropriation for Coronavirus Relief Funds

Counties and cities received a memo from the Secretary of Finance indicating that the Commonwealth would make a second distribution (Round 2) of these funds to localities based on population. Prince George County signed a certification stating that these funds would be used as directed and received the second distribution of CARES CRF funds of $3,346,151 on August 5. The Board of Supervisors at its September 8 meeting held a public hearing because the amount is more than 1% of the budget, and unanimously approved Round 2 of CARES Coronavirus Relief Funds in the amount of $3,346,151.


The funds will be used for community relief initiatives and estimated County and School COVID-19 related expenditure needs. Some of those community relief initiatives include rent and mortgage assistance, food and personal care vouchers, clothing vouchers, student salon and haircut vouchers, cooling and heating assistance, garbage collection assistance, and childcare assistance.

Other matters to come before the BOS at its worksession & meeting:

• Discussed a sign ordinance.

• Received an update on the Fire and EMS Museum.

• Received a report on solicitor permits.

• Approved on consent a resolution dedicating a utility easement to Prince George Electric Cooperative.

• Approved on consent and presented a commendation to Master Mechanic Timothy M. Horne for his service to Prince George County.

• Approved on consent and presented a commendation to Lieutenant Sean Moore for his service to Prince George County.

• Approved on consent and presented a proclamation for Suicide Prevention Awareness Month for the month of September, 2020.

• Approved on consent an appropriation in the amount of $6,575.82 for insurance recoveries for the Food Lion Water System lightning damage to generator.

• Received a road maintenance report from the Virginia Department of Transportation.

• Received a quarterly financial report.

• Unanimously approved a resolution authorizing the advertisement of a public hearing on October 13 for the appropriation of $2,095,925 in unexpended Series Fall 2019 stormwater bond proceeds for use in FY2021.

• Unanimously approved a resolution authorizing the advertisement of a public hearing on September 22 for an ordinance to effectuate temporary changes in certain deadlines and to modify public meeting and public hearing practices and procedures to address continuity of operations associated with pandemic disaster.

• Unanimously approved an appropriation of unexpended FY2019-20 budgets to FY2020-21 in the amount of $911,271.41 for grants, donations and capital funds.

• Unanimously approved an appropriation in the amount of $58,910 in CARES Act funding for the Registrar.

• Unanimously approved a resolution accepting an amendment to a lease agreement between Prince George County and Tree Time Adventures, Inc.

• Unanimously approved an award of contract for utility advisory financial services in the amount of $40,000.

• Unanimously approved an award of contract in the amount of $75,000 for a wastewater treatment plant preliminary engineering report.

• Unanimously authorized the execution of cell tower leases.

• Unanimously authorized the advertisement of a public hearing on October 13 to accept a land exchange agreement between the County and James R. Jones.

• Unanimously approved the execution of an amendment to the COVID-19 Small Business Micro-Grant Agreement.

• Unanimously postponed the approval of a debt refunding option to September 22.

• Unanimously postponed the appointments to the Crater Regional Workforce Development to September 22.

• Held a public hearing and unanimously approved a resolution accepting an easement between the County and Mid-Atlantic Broadband Communities Corporation to construct a telecommunications facility at 8200 Quality Drive.