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January 3, 2005
5:00 P.M.



Board Present: Fitzgerald A. Barnes, Willie L. Gentry, Jr., Willie L. Harper, Allen B. Jennings, David B. Morgan, Eric F. Purcell, and Jack T. Wright
Others Present: C. Lee Lintecum, County Administrator; Ernie McLeod, Deputy County Administrator; Patrick Morgan, County Attorney; and Mary Jackson, Deputy Clerk

ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING

CALL TO ORDER

Mr. Lee Lintecum, County Administrator, called the January 3, 2005 annual organizational meeting of the Louisa County Board of Supervisors to order at 5:00 p.m. Mr. Lintecum, on behalf of County Administration, extended best wishes to the Board and to all that are in attendance for the New Year. Mr. Lintecum’s first item of business was to elect the Chairman for the Louisa County Board of Supervisors for 2005.
Mr. Lintecum opened the meeting by asking for nominations.

ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN

Mr. Jennings said that he would like to nominate Fitzgerald Barnes for Chairman.

Mr. Wright said that he would like to nominate Willie Harper for Chairman.

With no other nominations, Mr. Lintecum requested a motion to close the nominations for Chairman.

On motion of Dr. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Barnes, which carried by a vote of 7-0, the Board agreed to close the nominations.
Mr. Lintecum requested the members of the Board to cast their votes for Mr. Barnes.

Board MemberVote
Eric F. Purcell Yes
David B. Morgan, M.D No
Jack T. Wright No
Willie L. Gentry, Jr. Yes
Fitzgerald A. Barnes Yes
Willie L. Harper No
Allen B. JenningsYes

With the votes reflecting 4-3, the motion passed to elect Mr. Barnes as Chairman.
On the motion of Mr. Jennings, seconded by Mr. Purcell, which carried by a vote of 4-3, with Messrs Harper, Wright, and Dr. Morgan voting against, the following resolution was adopted:

A RESOLUTION APPOINTING FITZGERALD A. BARNES AS CHAIRMAN OF THE LOUISA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

WHEREAS,
at the organizational meeting of the Board of Supervisors, the first order of business is to nominate and elect a Chairman of the Board, and

WHEREAS, Fitzgerald Barnes was nominated for a one-year term to begin on January 3, 2005 and ending on December 31, 2005.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Louisa County Board of Supervisors on this 3rd day of January 2005 that the Board hereby declares Fitzgerald Barnes as Chairman for a one-year term.
ELECTION OF VICE-CHAIRMAN

Chairman Barnes opened the floor for nominations for the Vice-Chairman of the Louisa County Board of Supervisors for 2005.

Dr. Morgan said that he would like to nominate Jack Wright for Vice-Chairman.

Mr. Purcell said that he would like to nominate Willie Gentry for Vice-Chairman.

With no other nominations, Chairman Barnes requested a motion to close the nominations for Vice-Chairman.

On motion of Mr. Jennings, seconded by Mr. Purcell, which carried by a vote of 7-0, the Board agreed to close the nominations for Vice-Chairman.
Chairman Barnes requested the members of the Board to cast their votes for Mr. Wright.

Board MemberVote
Eric F. Purcell No
Jack T. Wright Yes
Fitzgerald A. Barnes No
Willie L. Gentry, Jr. No
Willie L. Harper Yes
Allen B. JenningsNo
David B. Morgan, M.D Yes

With the votes reflecting 3-4, the motion failed for Mr. Wright to become Vice-Chairman.
Chairman Barnes requested the members of the Board to cast their votes for Mr. Gentry.

Board MemberVote
Jack T. Wright No
Fitzgerald A. Barnes Yes
Willie L. Gentry, Jr. Yes
Willie L. Harper No
Allen B. JenningsYes
David B. Morgan, M.D No
Eric F. Purcell Yes

With the votes reflecting 4-3, the motion passed to elect Mr. Gentry as Vice-Chairman.
On the motion of Mr. Purcell, seconded by Mr. Jennings, which carried by a vote of 7-0, with Messrs Harper, Wright, and Dr. Morgan voting against, the following resolution was adopted:

A RESOLUTION APPOINTING WILLIE L. GENTRY AS VICE-CHAIRMAN OF THE LOUISA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

WHEREAS,
at the organizational meeting of the Board of Supervisors, the second order of business is to nominate and elect a Vice-Chairman of the Board, and

WHEREAS, Willie Gentry was nominated for an one?year term beginning on January 3, 2005 and ending on December 31, 2005.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Louisa County Board of Supervisors on this 3rd day of January 2005 that the Board hereby declares Willie Gentry as Vice-Chairman for an one-year term.
ESTABLISHMENT OF MEETING DATES AND TIMES

Mr. Wright stated that he would like to make the motion to keep the meeting dates and times that have already been established by the Board’s bylaws, which are the first (1st) and third (3rd) Monday of each month at 5:00 p.m. with the exception of it falling on a legal holiday, then the meeting would be the next day at the same time and public hearings will begin at 7:00 p.m.

On the motion of Mr. Wright, seconded by Mr. Purcell, which carried by a vote of 7-0, the following resolution was adopted:

A RESOLUTION SETTING FORTH THE DATE AND TIME OF THE
LOUISA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MONTHLY MEETINGS

WHEREAS,
each County government is required by law to hold at least one regular meeting each month; and

WHEREAS, the day and time of the regular meetings are set by the Board of Supervisors at its organizational meeting; and

WHEREAS, the Board agrees that it is in the best interest of the County to hold said Board of Supervisors meeting on the first and third Monday of each month beginning at 5:00 p.m. with public hearings beginning at 7:00 p.m.; and

WHEREAS, should said regular meeting day fall on any legal holiday, the meeting, as required by law, will be held on the next regular business day without further action required by the Board of Supervisors.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Louisa County Board of Supervisors on this 3rd day of January 2005 that the Board of Supervisors shall meet on the first and third Monday of each month at 5:00 p.m. with public hearings beginning at 7:00 p.m.
CALL TO ORDER

Chairman Barnes called the January 3, 2005 regular Louisa County Board of Supervisors meeting to order at 5:07 p.m. Mr. Wright led the invocation, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag.

APPROVAL OF BILLS

Mr. Jennings stated that he wanted to abstain from a check pertaining to his daughter that is listed under Parks and Recreation.

On motion of Mr. Wright, seconded by Mr. Jennings, which carried by a vote of 7-0, the following resolution was adopted:

A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE THE BILLS FOR THE SECOND HALF OF DECEMBER 2004, COUNTY OF LOUISA, LOUISA, VIRGINIA

WHEREAS, the Louisa County Board of Supervisors, by resolution adopted June 7, 2004, did approve the budget for the County of Louisa for the Fiscal Year 2004-05; and

WHEREAS, the Louisa County Board of Supervisors, by resolution adopted, did appropriate funds to be expended during the first half of Fiscal Year 2004-05 on June 21, 2004 in accordance with the approved budget; and

WHEREAS, the checks listed for the second half of December 2004, representing payments of invoices which are within the appropriated amounts.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Louisa County Board of Supervisors on this 3rd day of January 2005, that the bills for the second half of December 2004 for the County of Louisa be and hereby are approved for payment for the County of Louisa in the amount of $331,019.18.
CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS

Nancy Pleasants, Commissioner of Revenue, informed the Board that re-assessment notices were mailed today. Mrs. Pleasants said that property values have gone up, so their phones will probably start ringing.

Sheriff Fortune congratulated Chairman Barnes and Mr. Gentry for being re-elected as Chairman and Vice-Chairman. Sheriff Fortune informed the Board that he wanted to provide an update to them for the activities that took place in the Sheriff’s Department during the month of December. Sheriff Fortune stated that the Sheriff’s Department served 90 warrants, served 737 civil papers, and wrote 134 traffic summons. Sheriff Fortune stated that in 2004 they served a total of 1,684 warrants, 12,108 civil papers, and wrote 2,342 traffic summons. He said that in the Detective Division they had 183 criminal cases in 2004 that were investigated, which 125 of these cases have been cleared. Sheriff Fortune said that they had four cases pending from 2003 that was cleared during 2004. Sheriff Fortune pointed out that the percentage rate for clearing these cases was 68%, which the national average is only 18%. Sheriff Fortune said that their K-9 Bloodhounds answered 141 cases in 2004, which takes anywhere from three to five hours per case. Sheriff Fortune identified the localities that they serve with the Bloodhounds as being, Louisa, Virginia State Police, Town of Louisa, Fluvanna County, Gordonsville Police Department, Orange County Sheriff’s Department, Caroline County Sheriff’s Department, Goochland County Sheriff’s Department, Albemarle County Sheriff’s Department, City of Richmond, and Washington, D. C. Sheriff Fortune said that their K-9 Patrol Dog, which is a German Shepard, answered 58 narcotics calls. He said that thirty-two of those cases resulted in arrests and the other twenty-four were misdemeanors. Sheriff Fortune stated that they performed three demonstrations with the dogs in 2004 for civic organizations. There were a total of 173 vehicles searched by the Bloodhound dogs. Sheriff Fortune identified the localities that the K-9 Patrol Dog serves as being Louisa, Virginia State Police, Louisa Town Police, Fluvanna Sheriff’s Department, Gordonsville Police Department, Greene County Sheriff’s Department, Caroline County Sheriff’s Department, and the Goochland Sheriffs Department.

CITIZENS INFORMATION PERIOD

There were no citizens that wished to address the Board.

ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

Mr. Lintecum said that he would like to add consultation with legal counsel as a topic for discussion under closed session.

On motion of Mr. Wright, seconded by Mr. Gentry, which carried by a vote of 7-0, the January 3, 2005 agenda was adopted as amended.
PRESENTATION

Update from the Virginia Department of Transportation – Milton Thacker, Resident Engineer

Milton Thacker, VDOT Resident Engineer, thanked the Board for working with him during the transition period into his new position. Mr. Thacker said that he trusts that they can continue their cooperative efforts in 2005 for the benefit of the County, community, and the department. Mr. Thacker stated that they have advertised for a Construction Project Engineer position and are working on the advertisement to replace Melissa Barlow. Mr. Thacker summarized VDOT’s current maintenance activities as clearing the road for the first winter dusting of snow, patrolling Interstate 64 over the holidays to provide assistance, and crews from the Cuckoo Area assisted Emergency Services, State Police, and the Sheriff’s Department in closing Route 522 (Pendleton Road) south of Cuckoo for a motor vehicle accident. Mr. Thacker provided an update to the Board on the current construction activities as opening Elm Street to the Route 208 Connector, where work has resumed this week to complete demolition of the old roadway and prepare for seeding and remaining punch list items so they can accept the project in its entirety. He said that based on the input from the Board of Supervisors and the Public Hearing, the Six-Year Transportation Plan was signed by Mr. Lintecum on December 20, 2004. Mr. Thacker said that he had reviewed Route 697 (Vigor Road) to evaluate it for the Rural Rustic Program as the Board had previously requested. Mr. Thacker said that his primary concern would be that they do not want to create a cut through from Route 640 (West Old Mountain Road) over to Route 646 (Yanceyville Road). Mr. Thacker said that he would be meeting with a District Traffic Engineering representative to review this from their perspective to re-assure him that they would be comfortable with the Rural Rustic concept for this particular road. Mr. Thacker stated that they are checking on the right-of-ways since he understood that there was a problem with one of the properties and he is waiting to hear from the Twin Oaks property owners. Mr. Thacker said that he is currently in the process of doing their environmental documents that he will present to other agencies to make sure that they don’t have any issues with them. Mr. Thacker said that in regards to Mrs. Harlow that was at the public hearing for the Six-Year Plan on December 20, 2004, he has made his initial review of the Freshwater Creek Road, which is number eighteen on the Rural Rustic list, and agrees that the road is rough, has numerous potholes, and drainage issues. Mr. Thacker stated that he would be scheduling a meeting with Mr. and Mrs. Harlow during the month of January to bring him up to date on the right-of-way acquisitions and other matters. Mr. Thacker said that they have worked with Pat Morgan, County Attorney, to develop language to provide VDOT plat approval for the Zion Town Center on Route 15.

Mr. Wright said that one of the things that he has asked for in the past, which they have been successful in doing, is identifying the road names along with the route numbers on their correspondence to better define the roads they are referring to.

NEW BUSINESS

Resolution – Appropriating Federal and State Funding to the Louisa County School Board

Halsey Green, III, School Director of Finance, explained to the Board that the School Board comes to the Board annually to ask for the appropriation of funds that they were unaware they would receive at the time of the budget adoption. Mr. Green said that most of these are federal funds, which is not adopted by the Federal Government until the end of September; therefore, they do not know what they are getting. Mr. Green said that they also end up with carryover of some of the federal funds that they don’t find out about until the end of July. Mr. Green informed the Board that of this $900,000, $10,311 is actually local monies that are additional state technology money that they hadn’t received. Mr. Green said that the state has changed where they used to pay these grants up front, they have now created a consortium of the Richmond City Schools as the Fiscal Agent, where they apply for the grants and then they would receive it. Mr. Green stated that a lot of this is used for training, where they have already sent the teachers for training and then they are reimbursed. Mr. Green said that this amount reflects an insurance adjustment of $7,761 for the scoreboard in the baseball field that was struck by lightning. Mr. Green said that the rest of the money ends up being $684,614 for a carryover of Title One Money, which a lot of it went towards teacher salaries that are title one. The $18,749 amount that is reflected is additional Early Childhood federal money. Mr. Green stated that the Perkins Vocational Grant received an extra $4,595, Title Two Teacher Training received an additional $132,723, and Title Five, which is part of the No Child Left Behind, received an additional $15, 504, Educational Technology received an additional $20,557, the Reading First Grant received an additional $42,463, which most of this is to go towards buying Palm Pilots for the teachers to use for instant evaluation of the program, and they applied for a Calculator Grant, which they received an additional $21,937. Mr. Green stated that all of these items together totals $941,142 that they are asking the Board to re-appropriate. Mr. Harper commented to Mr. Green that he has said that they did not know what the amounts were going to be when they went into the budget, so this means that they may not have received the funding.

Mr. Green agreed.

Mr. Harper said that Mr. Green said that a lot of the monies are for reimbursement or carryover. Mr. Harper questioned what would have happened if the monies hadn’t been carried over.

Mr. Green replied that this is considered as carryover funds because the fiscal year for the federal government does not end until the end of September. Mr. Green stated that they knew that they would be receiving funds, but they were uncertain of the amount that they would be able to carryover.

Mr. Harper asked Mr. Green if they had included any of this in their budget.

Mr. Green replied that they include it in their budget for what they knew that they would receive as new additional monies, but they were uncertain of what they would be allowed to do with the other.

Dr. Morgan said that at the conclusion of Mr. Green’s statements, he had mentioned the amount of $941,142, which both the School Board resolution and the one for the county reflects $951,453.

Mr. Green replied that he had forgot to add an item around $10,000, but the total amount is for $951,453.

Mr. Gentry questioned if they are saying that they have a $40,000,000 budget currently that has now increased to $40,951,453.

Mr. Green replied that their operating budget went from $37,676,385 to $38,627,838 and the cafeteria is around $1,250,000; therefore, they do have a larger budget.

Mr. Gentry said that he doesn’t believe that he answered his question. Mr. Gentry explained that this resolution states, “additional funding” and asked Mr. Green if this would increase their budget by $951,453.

Mr. Green confirmed that this would be an increase of that amount to their budget.

Mr. Purcell asked Mr. Green if what he was saying is that the $951,453 was budgeted.

Mr. Green replied that this amount was not included in their budget. Mr. Green said that once they had evaluated the federal adopted budget, they found that they would have these additional funds that they could spend this year. Mr. Green stated that the Title Funds could only be spent at Trevilians Elementary School and Thomas Jefferson Elementary School on specific programs. Mr. Green said that they are currently in the process of modifying these grants to enlarge what they are spending. Mr. Green said that these funds would not be able to be shifted to reduce other County appropriations since they have to spend the funds as they are designated once they have been approved.

Mr. Purcell said that based on what Mr. Harper had asked and your subsequent response, he asked Mr. Green if he is implying that he knew that they would be receiving around $600,000 in carryover funds, but were uncertain of how much additional funding they would be receiving, which the final figure wound up being the $951,453 for the breakdown that he had just provided for all of the subsequent plans. Mr. Purcell said that they held this out of the budget, but they knew that they would be at least receiving over $600,000 this year and now it has ended up being $951,453.

Mr. Green confirmed that his summation was accurate.

Dr. Morgan said that he would like to have further clarification on this issue. Dr. Morgan said that he realizes that there are specific areas that this money can be spent in and that it cannot be shifted from one pot to another. Dr. Morgan asked Mr. Green if he is saying that there weren’t any funds allocated to any of these purposes in their budget. Dr. Morgan said that he had heard him say that these are supplemental funds and that there might have been some monies allocated already to these purposes and these amounts would supplement those.

Mr. Green replied that there was money in a lot of these categories and then there was additional money given to those categories. Mr. Green said that they did not have any monies budgeted for the Title Five funding for the No Child Left Behind Act. Mr. Green said that they had no idea that they were going to receive the Educational Technology Grant or the Calculator Grant.

Dr. Morgan said that they did not receive a breakout of these funds, therefore, he would like to request a breakout of these new funds to include what the categories are and compare it to what they had previously budgeted to allow the Board to see what is actually grant money that they didn’t expect otherwise.

Mr. Green said that he was unaware that the Board did not receive the breakout that was sent to the School Board that justified the funds.

Mr. Purcell said that he does not have a problem with voting on this tonight, but he would like to request that the School Board provide a better breakdown in the future prior to the time that the Board is expected to vote on it. Mr. Purcell said that in light of all of the budget difficulties that they had last year, it gives them a lot of reason to pause.

Mr. Wright asked Mr. Green if he is saying that this money is necessary to carry all of the programs that have been mandated on a federal basis.

Mr. Green replied that there are parts of this funding that is needed to carry out some of the programs, such as the Title monies. Mr. Green said that there were some places where they had applied for grants and additional funds that are over and above that would enhance what they are doing and did not supplement something that they wouldn’t have done without the grant.

Chairman Barnes asked Mr. Green if these funds were added to the county’s increase and the state increase or if this was an additional $4,000,000 to the new funding.

Mr. Green replied that he would look into this and get back to them because he did not know the numbers right now.

Chairman Barnes stated that the Board is trying to get an idea of the amounts to have better clarification. Chairman Barnes asked Mr. Green if it would present any problems for them if the Board were to delay taking action on this resolution today.

Mr. Green replied that it would not present any problems.

Mr. Wright said that he would like to make the motion to ask the School Board to provide them with further documentation for the publics benefit so they would know exactly where the money is going.

Dr. Morgan said that he would like to have Ernie McLeod, Deputy County Administrator, to correlate this data to what they had actually allocated for their previous budget by line items.

On motion of Mr. Wright, seconded by Mr. Gentry, which carried by a vote of 7-0, the Board agreed to delay their decision on this supplemental appropriation until the School Board has provided further documentation outlining the details of these funds.
COMMITTEE REPORTS

Mr. Harper informed the Board that the Jail Board recently underwent their federal audit to justify their per diem that they are receiving for housing federal prisoners. Mr. Harper stated that they survived the audit and will continue to receive the current per diem. Mr. Harper said that they would be meeting Wednesday at the Marshall’s Office with the Jail Board Administrator. Mr. Harper stated that there is still discussion about the possibility of expanding that facility. Mr. Harper said that without that, there is only going to be so many years left before they receive a request from that facility for operational funds.

Dr. Morgan informed the Board that he had attended his first meeting with the Clean Community Commission that he was appointed to. Dr. Morgan said that the minutes from that meeting were included in their Board packets. Dr. Morgan stated that they are a really great group of individuals. Dr. Morgan said that there were two items that were brought up during the meeting which were their own recommendations to primarily see recycling added in an increased time frame, which he referred them to the Public Works Committee for this and the other issue that was discussed was that they were hoping to get an additional Hazardous Waste Day, which he referred them to Pat McWilliams, Director of Public Works, to discuss it with him to see if it could be included in this years budget.

Mr. Gentry said that in follow up to Dr. Morgan’s comment, both he and Mr. McWilliams met with Bob Meier, Clean Community Commission Chairman, to discuss those items.

BOARD APPOINTMENTS

The Board did not make any appointments during this meeting.

COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR REPORT

Mr. Lintecum presented his report highlighting the following items:

Mr. Lintecum informed the Board that he has hard copies of the Conflict of Interest forms if any of them need a hard copy or if they would prefer that it be emailed to them to let him know.

Mr. Lintecum informed the Board that he is working on a date for their upcoming workshop to be held either on the fourth or fifth Monday of January. Mr. Lintecum said that he is still working with the participants to confirm the date.

CORRESPONDENCE

Mr. Lintecum referred the Board to the letter that was received from Harrison Rue regarding the hazardous mitigation requirements. Mr. Lintecum said that once they read this, they would notice that whenever this plan is developed, they would have to take it through the process just as they would a Comprehensive Plan with public hearings by the Planning Commission and the Board of Supervisors. Mr. Lintecum said that they still have a lot of work to do on this plan both locally and regionally.

Mr. Gentry said that he would like to make a comment about the correspondence that was submitted by Mr. Morgan regarding the Lake Anna Island. Mr. Gentry stated that he was concerned that the Board hadn’t received this information sooner, particularly when the Board is involved with an item like this that has gone beyond the Planning Commission. Mr. Gentry said that he feels that they should have been copied on the correspondence.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

On motion of Mr. Wright, seconded by Dr. Morgan, which carried by a vote of 7-0, the Board adopted the minutes of October 26, 2004 as presented.
On motion of Mr. Wright, seconded by Dr. Morgan, which carried by a vote of 7-0, the Board adopted the minutes of December 20, 2004 as amended.
APPOINTMENTS TO COMMITTEES AND AGENCIES

Chairman Barnes stated that he would like to defer action on Board appointments until the next Board meeting on January 18, 2005. At this time Chairman Barnes asked the other Board members to remain on the committees and agencies they are currently on until otherwise changed. He requested that the Board members make it known if there were any specific committees or agencies that they hold a particular interest in by submitting email notification.

CLOSED SESSION
On motion of Mr. Gentry, seconded by Mr. Jennings, which carried by a vote of 7-0, the Board voted to enter Closed Session at 5:43 p.m. for the purpose of discussing the following:

1. In accordance with §2.2-3711 (a) (7) of the Code of Virginia, 1950 as amended, for the purpose of consultation with legal counsel.
REGULAR SESSION
On motion of Mr. Purcell, seconded by Mr. Wright, which carried by a vote of 7-0, the Board voted to return to Regular Session at 6:30 p.m.
RESOLUTION - CERTIFICATION OF CLOSED SESSION
On motion of Mr. Purcell, seconded by Mr. Gentry, which carried by a vote of 7-0, the Board voted to adopt the following resolution:

WHEREAS, the Louisa County Board of Supervisors has convened a Closed Meeting this the 3rd of January 2005, pursuant to an affirmative recorded vote and in accordance with the provisions of the Virginia Freedom of Information Act; and

WHEREAS, §2.2-3712 of the Code of Virginia, 1950 as amended, requires a certification by the Louisa County Board of Supervisors that such closed meeting was conducted in conformity with the Virginia Law.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED on this the 3rd of January 2005, that the Louisa County Board of Supervisors does hereby certify that, to the best of each member's knowledge, (i) only public business matters lawfully exempted from open meeting requirements by Virginia law were discussed in the closed meeting to which this certification resolution applies, and (ii) only such public business matters as were identified in the motion convening the closed meeting was heard, discussed or considered by the Louisa County Board of Supervisors.
BOARD UPDATES

Mr. Morgan informed the Board that he has a letter to distribute to the Board that will be going out to the Planning Commission this week. Mr. Morgan said that they have received the application from Dominion Virginia Power to extend its Conditional Use Permit for the short-term storage of material on grounds. Mr. Morgan stated that the Board might recall that when the Conditional Use Permit was first passed, it was granted for a five-year period that will expire in July 2005. Mr. Morgan said that this would be on the Planning Commissions agenda for public hearing on February 10, 2005. Mr. Morgan said that this application was just received this last week and they are processing it accordingly.

Dr. Morgan said that the Dry Cask Committee would be meeting on Monday January 10, 2005. Dr. Morgan said that he would report back to the Board on the findings from this meeting.

ADJOURNMENT

On motion of Mr. Wright, seconded by Mr. Gentry, which carried by a vote of 7-0, the Board voted to adjourn the January 3, 2005 regular meeting at 6:34 p.m.

BY ORDER OF

FITZGERALD A. BARNES, CHAIRMAN
LOUISA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
LOUISA COUNTY, LOUISA, VIRGINIA