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August 18, 2020
Regular Meeting - 3:00 PM
Public Hearings – 7:00 PM

This meeting is being held in conformity with the Continuity of Government Ordinance approved by the Dinwiddie County Board of Supervisors on April 14, 2020.  

Notice of the public hearings can be found here.

All five members of the Board of Supervisors are expected to participate in person.

To access this meeting remotely, please call in using the following information:
1-844-621-3956
3:00 Meeting Access Code/Meeting Number 132 596 3816
7:00 Meeting Access Code/Meeting Number 132 694 1933

1.

ROLL CALL

2.

INVOCATION

3.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

4.

AMENDMENTS TO AGENDA

5.

CONSENT AGENDA:

A.

Summary and Claims

C.

VRA 2019 C Bond Requisition #7

Documents:
  1. VRA 7.pdf
6.

REPORTS:

A.

Virginia Department of Transportation

Scott Thornton, Assistant Residency Administrator
Documents:
  1. VDOT.pdf
7.

ACTION ITEMS:

A.

Contract Award: Waterworks Operator

Anne Howerton, Deputy County Administrator, Finance and General Services
B.

Contract Award: Dinwiddie Fire and EMS Insurance

Dennis Hale, Chief, Fire and EMS
C.

Constitutional Officer Memoranda of Understanding

Tyler Southall, County Attorney
8.

CITIZEN COMMENTS (3 MINUTES)

9.

COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR COMMENTS

10.

BOARD MEMBER COMMENTS

11.

CLOSED SESSION:

A.

§2.2-3711 (A) (1) Personnel:

  1. Appointments
    • Dinwiddie Airport and Industrial Authority
B.

§2.2-3711 (A) (5) Business and Industry Development:

  • Discussion concerning prospective business and industry or the expansion of existing business or industry where no previous announcements have been made:  Economic Development prospects update.
C.

§2.2-3711 (A) (7) Consultation with legal counsel pertaining to actual litigation, where such consultation or briefing in open meeting would adversely affect the negotiating or litigating posture of the public body:

  • Opioid litigation
12.

Public Hearings:

A.

Case C-20-4, Request for Conditional Use Permit to Utilize Property as Open Pit Sand and Gravel Mine

Mark Bassett, Planning Director
B.

Case C-20-6, Request for Conditional Use Permit to Repair ATVs and UTVs,

Mark Bassett, Planning Director
C.

Case P-20-1, A-2 to B-2 Rezoning Request for an Assisted Living Facility

Mark Bassett, Planning Director
D.

Case C-20-7, Request for Conditional Use Permit to Operate an Assisted Living Facility,

Mark Bassett, Planning Director
E.

Case P-20-2, R-1 to A-2 Rezoning Request for Expansion of Campground

Mark Bassett, Planning Director
F.

Proposed Amendments to the Dinwiddie County Code, Chapter 22, Regarding Regulations for Certain Small Cell Facilities and Micro-Wireless Facilities

Mark Bassett, Planning Director
G.

Proposed Amendments to the Dinwiddie County Code, Chapter 19 Regarding Land Use Taxation

Tyler Southall, County Attorney
13.

OLD/NEW BUSINESS:

A.

Appointments

14.

CITIZEN COMMENTS (3 MINUTES)

15.

BOARD MEMBER COMMENTS

16.

ADJOURNMENT

Information:
  1. FTE OT Report
  2. Monthly Stat Report
  3. Building Inspections Report
  4. Financial Report
  5. Development Review
Citizen Participation Instructions:
  • Citizens are highly encouraged to submit their comments prior to the meeting.
  • Citizen comments or public hearing comments will be accepted in writing or via telephone up until close of business Monday, August 17, 2020. Such comments should be submitted to Stephanie Wray, PO Drawer 70, Dinwiddie, Virginia 23841, swray@dinwiddieva.us, or 804-469-4500, option 1, extension 2103.
  • All submitted comments will be read during the meeting and will be part of the public record.  
  • Webex will be the platform used for participants to access the meeting remotely.  In order to accommodate everyone, participants will be able to attend via telephone or computer. 
  • To access this meeting remotely, please call in using the following information: 1-844-621-3956, Access Code/Meeting Number for the 3 PM session is 132 596 3816, and the 7PM session is 132 694 1933.  
  • Citizens who wish to attend the meeting in person should adhere to the social distancing guidelines and Executive Order 63 requiring face coverings while inside buildings set forth by the Governor and public health officials.  
  • Citizens are asked to remain at home and participate electronically if they (1) are experiencing symptoms of illness, (2) have had contact with a known or suspected COVID-19 case in the last 14 days, or (3) have a fever of 100.4 degrees or higher.