Recap of February 9 BOS Meeting
February 9 Meeting Recap
BOS Adopts Ordinance Dedicating One Cent of Real Estate Tax for Fire and EMS Equipment
The Board of Supervisors at its February 9 meeting adopted an Ordinance to commit $.01 of the real estate tax revenue to be used exclusively for fire equipment replacement for the coordinated Fire and EMS system. This allocation provides long-term predictability for a dedicated funding system for certain fire equipment replacement. This allocation for fire equipment would not be subject to a deduction for any annual transfer to the school system and would not result in a tax rate increase.
Other matters to come before the BOS at its worksession & meeting:
· Received a COVID Call Center demonstration.
· Received a Company One Bingo presentation.
· Discussed the establishment of citizen committees; Youth Task Force, Pastor Committee, Senior Citizens Task Force, and Inclusion Diversity Equality Cabinet.
· Discussed an assessment tool for the Board of Supervisors.
· Approved on consent a commendation for Jean Hargrave for her service to Prince George County.
· Approved on consent and presented a commendation for Officer Ronald Sisson for his service to Prince George County.
· Approved on consent an appropriation in the amount of $36,310 for the Department of Criminal Justice Services Recruitment and Retention Funds.
· Approved on consent and presented to the NAACP and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference a proclamation for Black History Month, February 2021.
· Approved on consent a modification to FY2020-2021 Position Control Chart for the addition of one full-time employee in the position of Drug Court Administrator.
· Approved on consent an appropriation and budget transfer to relocate Drug Court Treatment Program from RCJA to the Court System (Appropriation of $22,860 RCJA Fund Balance and budget transfer of $74,484 from RCJA to Local Drug Court Program.)
· Received a road maintenance report from the Virginia Department of Transportation.
· Received a report on Fire and EMS Capital Projects.
· Unanimously postponed indefinitely the authorization to hold a public hearing to consider adoption of an Ordinance to revise the location of a polling place with the Courts Building Election District from the Courts Building to Gregory Memorial Presbyterian Church.
· Unanimously reappointed Mr. Willie Bresko and Ms. Imogene Elder to the Prince George County Planning Commission.
· Unanimously approved proposed revision to the Prince George County Personnel Policy, Section 230.1 through 230.29 entitled Procurement Policy.
· Unanimously approved an appropriation in the amount of $347,122 for School Textbook Fund.
· Unanimously approved an award of contract for a feasibility study for water infiltration mediation at the Regional Heritage Center in the amount of $9,294.
· Unanimously approved an award of annual services contract for routine and emergency utility repairs.
· Unanimously approved an award of contract for route analysis and route selection for the Route 10 waterline extension.
· Unanimously approved an appropriation in the amount of $200,000 from the Economic Development Fund Balance for the return of the Commonwealth Opportunity Grant.
· Discussed and had no negative comments regarding VA ABC License application notice from Melvin L. Davis Oil Company, Inc.
· Unanimously adopted a three-year average of State Land Evaluation and Advisory Council agricultural land use rates.
· Unanimously approved a modification to the FY2020-2021 Position Control Chart for Parks and Recreation.
· Unanimously approved the advertisement of a public hearing to waive the County Ordinance for a leak adjustment.
· Held a public hearing and unanimously approved a rezoning request of Lampe Management Company, Inc. to rezone 6.48 acres from R-1 to B-1.
· Held a public hearing and unanimously approved a special exception request of Lampe Management Company, Inc. to permit warehousing with inor storage.
· Held a public hearing and unanimously approved an ordinance to amend The Code of the County of Prince George 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.