Recap of January 9 Board of Supervisors Meeting

Recap of January 9 Board of Supervisors Meeting

January 9 Recap

Board of Supervisors Approves Special Exception for Commercial Child Care Center

At its January 9 meeting, the Prince George County Board of Supervisors held a public hearing for a Special Exception request to permit a commercial child care center within a General Business (B-1) Zoning District, pursuant to Prince George County Zoning Ordinance Section 90-393(28). 

The subject property is approximately 0.66 acres in size, located at 5842 Allin Road, and is identified as Tax Map # 230(26)00-003-0. The Comprehensive Plan indicates the property is planned for “Village Center” land uses.  The Board unanimously approved the Special Exception.

Other matters that came before the Board at its meeting: 

·       Held a discussion on the Stormwater Program. 

·       Approved on consent an appropriation revision in the amount of $33,248.48 for Southside Programs for Adult Continuing Education for a reduction in State, Federal and Local revenue. 

·       Approved on consent an Opioid Abatement appropriation in the amount of $9,321.81 for the quarter October 1 – December 31, 2023. 

·       Presented awards to the following Christmas Decoration winners:  Traditional - Mike and Kat Ducharme; Religious Display - Mary and Gary Spivey; Tacky and Holiday Fun - Allison Pate; Best Front Door and Porch - Aaron, Melinda and Meghan Mutter; Children's Delight - Ashley and Jason Eagle; Business Decorations - Vigilant Self Storage; Most Facebook Likes - Gabriel Jenkins. 

·       Presented an award to the Christmas Card Winner – LeighAnne Beck. 

·       Presented awards to the following Christmas Parade winners:  Best Decorated Float - Brighter Living Assisted Living and Memory Care; Best Decorated Public Service Vehicle - Burrowsville Volunteer Fire Department; Most Spirited/Themed - Unity Student Ministries; Judges Choice - Prince George Western Riders and Southland Percherons; Best Overall Entry - Dance Kraze; Best Entertaining - Art of Rhythm Dance Company. 

·       Approved the 2024 Board of Supervisors By-Laws by a 3-2 vote with Chairman Webb, Vice-Chairman Brown, and Mrs. Waymack in favor and Mr. Cox and Mr. Pugh opposed. 

·       Unanimously appointed Mr. William Gandel to the Crater Youth Care Commission.


·       Held a public hearing and unanimously authorized an exemption of the Code of the County of Prince George for a leak adjustment for the Prince George County Schools.