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Town of Shenandoah

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Town of Shenandoah

426 First Street

Shenandoah, Virginia 22849

United States

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Town of Shenandoah Meeting Minutes

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CALL TO ORDER: The Shenandoah Town Council held its regular meeting on Tuesday, May 12, 2015, at 7:00 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.

The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; Lynn Fox; David Hinkle; Charles Jenkins; and Richard Pierce.
...
Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., Mayor Juanita Roudabush, Clerk
...
CALL TO ORDER: The Shenandoah Town Council held its regular meeting on Tuesday, April 28, 2015, at 7:00 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.
The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; Lynn Fox; David Hinkle; and Richard Pierce.
...
TREASURER'S REPORT: Mayor Lucas read the Treasurer's report, submitted by Treasurer Cindy Breeden, for April 28, 2015.
...
Item # 1 - Mayor Lucas read a memorandum from Treasurer Breeden requesting Council adopt the 2015/2016 Fiscal Year Budget.
...
Item # 2 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received a memorandum requesting funding for the 18th Annual Memorial Day Festival VIP Luncheon to be held on May 23rd at Stevens Cottage.
...
Item # 3 - Mayor Lucas read a memorandum from Deputy Clerk/Treasurer Christl McCoy regarding the need to rent portable toilets for the upcoming special events.
...
Item # 4 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received information regarding the new Page Valley Artisans Trail.
...
Item # 5 - Mayor Lucas stated the Council awarded the bid at the last meeting to enclose a bay at the Town maintenance shop. However, there were issues with obtaining permits with that contractor. He stated Council would need to award the project to the other bidder or decide to re-bid the job.
...
Mayor Lucas stated there is a water leak near 611 Fifth Street that needs to be repaired, as well.
...
Mayor Lucas thanked Councilman Pierce for taking on the task of completing all the paperwork and organizing this event.
...
Mayor Lucas and Council Members explained the increase was approved in the Town's budget, but they do plan to review the reports to determine if sales are affected throughout the year.
...
Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., Mayor Juanita Roudabush, Clerk
...
CALL TO ORDER: The Shenandoah Town Council held its regular meeting on Tuesday, April14, 2015, at 7:04 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.
The Pledge of Allegiance was held at the previous public hearing.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; Lynn Fox; David Hinkle (arrived at 7:04 p.m.); Charles Jenkins; and Richard Pierce.
...
1. Mayor Lucas presented a plaque of appreciation to Lolia Campbell for 50 years of active duty service with the Shenandoah Volunteer Fire Company 70.
...
Mr. Campbell accepted the award and thanked Mayor Lucas and Town Council Members for this recognition.
...
Mayor Lucas and Town Council Members thanked Chamber President Robbins for all his efforts on behalf of the Town and County.
...
TREASURER'S REPORT: Mayor Lucas read the Treasurer's report, submitted by Treasurer Cindy Breeden, for April 14, 2015.
...
Item # 1 - Mayor Lucas read a memorandum from Planning Commission Chairman Lowe informing Council that James "Tony" Williams resigned from the Town Planning Commission.
...
Item # 2 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members then reviewed two (2) bids received to enclose the bay at the Town maintenance shed. It was noted bids were received from Charlie's Backhoe & Construction Service of Shenandoah and Stoneburner of Harrisonburg.
...
Item # 3 - Mayor Lucas read a letter from Page One requesting the Town consider purchasing an advertisement on their fundraising tee-shirt in the amount of $200. The tee-shirts will be handed out during the Festival of Spring in Luray. It was noted their tee-shirt will be advertising businesses and therefore, Council declined to participate this year.
Item # 4 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received information regarding the Virginia Department of Transportation's public hearings on April 21, 2015, at 6 p.m. at Blue Ridge Community College, One College Lane, Weyers Cave, VA, for review and comments on projects and programs included in their six-year plan. Those desiring to comment may also email or mail their comments to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or Infrastructure Investment Director, 1401 E. Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23219.
Following a brief discussion on the detoriating condition of streets in Town, Council agreed to request the Virginia Department of Transportation begin more projects on street and drainage improvements in Town.
Item # 5 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received the March 2015 Town Vehicle Gasoline Log for review.
Item # 6 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received a thank you card from the Page County High School Robotics Team for the Town's donation to their competition.
Item # 7 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received a thank you letter from Concern Hotline for the Town's donation to their organization.
...
Mayor Lucas reported there is a water leak near the funeral home on Seventh Street.
...
Mayor Lucas and Council Members discussed they will decide which organization to donate the remaining funds to near the end of this fiscal year budget.
...
Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., Mayor Juanita Roudabush, Clerk
...
The Shenandoah Town Council held a public hearing on Tuesday, April 14, 2015, beginning at 7:00 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.
The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; Lynn Fox; Charles Jenkins; and Richard Pierce.
...
CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Lucas opened the public hearing at 7:00 p.m. He stated the purpose of this public hearing is to discuss the proposed Fiscal Year 2015/2016 Budget for the Town of Shenandoah. He noted each member received a copy of the proposed budget for review. He also stated the proposed budget was advertised in the local newspaper and a copy has been on display in the Town Office for the public to review.
Mayor Lucas inquired if there was anyone present to speak for the Fiscal Year 2015/2016 Budget?
No one present spoke for the proposed Fiscal Year 2015/2016 Budget.
Mayor Lucas inquired if there was anyone present to speak against the Fiscal Year 2015/2016 Budget?
...
There being no further comments, Mayor Lucas closed the public hearing.
There being no further questions or comments, Mayor Lucas noted the Council plans to adopt the budget at their meeting on April 28, 2015.
...
Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., Mayor Juanita Roudabush, MMC
...
CALL TO ORDER: The Shenandoah Town Council held its regular meeting on Tuesday, March 24, 2015, at 7:32 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.
The Pledge of Allegiance was held at the previous public hearing.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; Lynn Fox; David Hinkle; Charles Jenkins; and Richard Pierce.
...
TREASURER'S REPORT: Mayor Lucas read the Treasurer's report, submitted by Treasurer Cindy Breeden, for March 24, 2015.
...
Item # 1 - Mayor Lucas read a letter from the Town Planning Commission recommending approval for a consolidation of lots request from Amanda Fidler and Randy Dearing.
...
Item # 2 - Mayor Lucas read the Ordinance to establish the Personal Property and Machinery and Tools Tax Rate for 2015. He noted these rates reflect no change from last year's rate.
...
Item # 3 - Mayor Lucas read the Ordinance to establish the Real Estate Tax Rate for 2015. He noted these rates reflect no change from last year's rate.
...
Item # 4 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received information on sound level meter and calibrator needed by the Police Department to enforce the new Noise Ordinance regulations.
...
Item # 5 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received the February 2015 Police Report for review.
...
Mayor Lucas reminded everyone the Town will haul gravel to Shenandoah Town residences and the citizens just have to pay for the cost of the stone, as there is no hauling


Town of Shenandoah Meeting Minutes

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There will be musical entertainment during this event, which is hosted by Mayor Lucas.

...
CALL TO ORDER: The Shenandoah Town Council held its regular meeting on Tuesday, September 23, 2014, at 7:16 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.
The Pledge of Allegiance was held at the previous public hearing.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; David Hinkle; Charles Jenkins; and Richard Pierce.
...
Mayor Lucas and Council Members stated they are anxious for the paving to begin and for the end result being the streets are accepted by VDOT for maintenance.
...
Mayor Lucas and Council Members reiterated they were very pleased to hear someone new has purchased the Forest Knolls Subdivision and is beginning the process to have the streets completed, approved, and accepted by VDOT.
...
Mayor Lucas inquired how long the recently purchased hand towels last at the shop?
...
TREASURER'S REPORT: Mayor Lucas read the Treasurer's report, submitted by Treasurer Cindy Breeden, for September 23, 2014.
...
Item # 1 - Mayor Lucas announced the Virginia Municipal League (VML) is sponsoring an essay contest for 7th Grade students. The essay topic is "If I were Mayor", and he will provide this information to teachers at the Page County Middle School to determine if these students are interested in submitting an essay to VML for this contest.
Item # 2 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members reviewed a proposal for Municode to host the Town Code on its website and to provide a searchable database for past codes, as well.
...
Item # 3 - Mayor Lucas and Council reviewed information regarding a public hearing on October 8, 2014 at Blue Ridge Community College to give citizens input on the revised Fiscal Year 2015-2020 Six-Year Improvement Program.
...
Item # 6 - Mayor Lucas reported the Shenandoah Volunteer Fire Company is selling reflective address markers for $15 each.
...
Item # 7 - Mayor Lucas reported the Shenandoah Community Picnic has been scheduled for October 5th from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. at the Big Gem Park Shelter. He explained all citizens of Shenandoah are invited to this community picnic where music and games will be provided along with meat and drinks.
...
Item # 9 - Mayor Lucas read the following Proclamation for the 21st National Public Lands Day:
...
Mayor Lucas stated Congressman Goodlatte was instrumental in helping to have WHSV TV3 to be the local station again for Comcast customers.
...
Item # 11 - Mayor Lucas thanked the Shenandoah Heritage Center for the Car Show and Family Fun Day at the Speedway on September 20th. He noted the following upcoming events: Upcoming Events as follows: Night of Thrills at Shenandoah Speedway - Friday, September 26th; Regular Racing at Shenandoah Speedway - Saturday, September 27th; JMU River Festival - Sunday, September 28th; Page County Grown Century Bicycle Ride - Saturday, October 11th.
...
Mayor Lucas noted the Virginia Department of Transportation normally trims along the roadways, but often stop just outside the Town limits.
...
Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., Mayor Juanita Roudabush, Clerk
...
The Shenandoah Town Council and the Shenandoah Planning Commission held a joint public hearing on Tuesday, September 23, 2014, beginning at 7:00 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.
The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; David M Hinkle; Charles Jenkins; and Richard Pierce.
...
CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Lucas opened the Public Hearing at 7:00 p.m. He stated a quorum of the Planning Commission and Town Council are present. He noted the purpose of the Joint Public Hearing is for a special use permit request of David Henderson (property owner) and Elizabeth Lafkin (property occupant) for a home offfice on property located at 382 Trenton Avenue, tax map number 102A6-(1)-74 9. He noted if approved, this special use permit would allow for a home office on this property, pursuant to Town Code Section 60-67, (c), (5), pursuant to Section 50-112.
Lafkin Special Use Permit Request: Mayor Lucas asked if there was anyone present to speak for the special use permit request of Elizabeth Lafkin?
...
Mayor Lucas asked if there was anyone present to speak against the special use permit request of Elizabeth Lafkin?
...
Mayor Lucas noted the Town has been told Mrs. Lafkin's home office will not have any clients coming to the home, as it would be an office for her to do paperwork only.
...
Mayor Lucas noted the business would be operating under a special use permit and if there were any violations, it could be reviewed and/or revoked in the future.
...
Therefore, Mayor Lucas then asked if there were any questions or comments from the Town Council or Planning Commission?
Planning Commissioner Pendley stated it appears the home office would not have any adverse impacts on the neighborhood and therefore, she does not object to it.
There being no further questions or comments, Mayor Lucas ask for a motion to close the Public Hearing on this request.
...
Mayor Lucas asked if the Planning Commission wanted to discuss this request and make a recommendation to Council, or if they needed more time for review?
Planning Commission Chairman Lowe stated he believes they are prepared to make a recommendation on this special use permit request.
...
Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., Mayor Juanita Roudabush, Clerk
...
Mayor Lucas announced the Virginia Municipal League is sponsoring an essay contest for 7 th Grade students. The essay topic is "If I were Mayor", and he will provide this information to teachers at the Page County Middle School.
...
CALL TO ORDER: The Shenandoah Town Council held its regular meeting on Tuesday, September 9, 2014, at 7:00 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.
The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; Charles Jenkins; and Richard Pierce.
...
Mayor Lucas suggested the legislators consider an alternate transportation provider for people needing mental healthcare.
...
Mayor Lucas read the Proclamation as follows:
...
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., the Mayor of the Town of Shenandoah, Commonwealth of Virginia, do hereby proclaim September 17 through 23, 2014 as:
...
TREASURER'S REPORT: Mayor Lucas read the Treasurer's report, submitted by Treasurer Cindy Breeden, for September 5, 2014.
...
Item # 1 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received two (2) price quotes for signs to be installed on the cannon and the elementary school.
...
Item # 2 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received the August 2014 Town Vehicle Gasoline Log for review.
Item # 3 - Mayor Lucas and Council reviewed information regarding vacancies on Council Committees.
...
Mayor Lucas inquired about the water leak on Ninth Street and Town Manager Dovel reported this leak was repaired recently.
...
Mayor Lucas and Councilman Pierce noted the need to install a riser or put more cold patch over the manhole located at the intersection of Fourth Street and Denver Avenue.
...
Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., Mayor Juanita Roudabush, Clerk
...
CALL TO ORDER: The Shenandoah Town Council held its regular meeting on Tuesday, August 26, 2014, at 7:00 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.
The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; David Hinkle; Charles Jenkins; and Richard Pierce.
...
Mayor Lucas stated cost is an issue, along with potential safety of both those riding the golf carts and other people too. He noted although Town legal costs can get expensive, the Town Attorney is still one of the lowest paid municipal attorney in the area. He estimated it could cost up to $5,000 for all costs involved and Council has to consider the cost versus how many people will purchase a sticker for the golf cart use.
...
Mayor Lucas and several Council Members addressed this matter noting the construction of a picnic shelter was discussed at open public meetings and two (2) different bids were received.
...
Mayor Lucas stated that would be no problem and he w


Town of Shenandoah Meeting Minutes

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CALL TO ORDER: The Shenandoah Town Council held its regular meeting on Tuesday, May 12, 2015, at 7:00 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.

The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; Lynn Fox; David Hinkle; Charles Jenkins; and Richard Pierce.
...
Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., Mayor Juanita Roudabush, Clerk
...
CALL TO ORDER: The Shenandoah Town Council held its regular meeting on Tuesday, April 28, 2015, at 7:00 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.
The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; Lynn Fox; David Hinkle; and Richard Pierce.
...
TREASURER'S REPORT: Mayor Lucas read the Treasurer's report, submitted by Treasurer Cindy Breeden, for April 28, 2015.
...
Item # 1 - Mayor Lucas read a memorandum from Treasurer Breeden requesting Council adopt the 2015/2016 Fiscal Year Budget.
...
Item # 2 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received a memorandum requesting funding for the 18th Annual Memorial Day Festival VIP Luncheon to be held on May 23rd at Stevens Cottage.
...
Item # 3 - Mayor Lucas read a memorandum from Deputy Clerk/Treasurer Christl McCoy regarding the need to rent portable toilets for the upcoming special events.
...
Item # 4 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received information regarding the new Page Valley Artisans Trail.
...
Item # 5 - Mayor Lucas stated the Council awarded the bid at the last meeting to enclose a bay at the Town maintenance shop. However, there were issues with obtaining permits with that contractor. He stated Council would need to award the project to the other bidder or decide to re-bid the job.
...
Mayor Lucas stated there is a water leak near 611 Fifth Street that needs to be repaired, as well.
...
Mayor Lucas thanked Councilman Pierce for taking on the task of completing all the paperwork and organizing this event.
...
Mayor Lucas and Council Members explained the increase was approved in the Town's budget, but they do plan to review the reports to determine if sales are affected throughout the year.
...
Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., Mayor Juanita Roudabush, Clerk
...
CALL TO ORDER: The Shenandoah Town Council held its regular meeting on Tuesday, April14, 2015, at 7:04 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.
The Pledge of Allegiance was held at the previous public hearing.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; Lynn Fox; David Hinkle (arrived at 7:04 p.m.); Charles Jenkins; and Richard Pierce.
...
1. Mayor Lucas presented a plaque of appreciation to Lolia Campbell for 50 years of active duty service with the Shenandoah Volunteer Fire Company 70.
...
Mr. Campbell accepted the award and thanked Mayor Lucas and Town Council Members for this recognition.
...
Mayor Lucas and Town Council Members thanked Chamber President Robbins for all his efforts on behalf of the Town and County.
...
TREASURER'S REPORT: Mayor Lucas read the Treasurer's report, submitted by Treasurer Cindy Breeden, for April 14, 2015.
...
Item # 1 - Mayor Lucas read a memorandum from Planning Commission Chairman Lowe informing Council that James "Tony" Williams resigned from the Town Planning Commission.
...
Item # 2 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members then reviewed two (2) bids received to enclose the bay at the Town maintenance shed. It was noted bids were received from Charlie's Backhoe & Construction Service of Shenandoah and Stoneburner of Harrisonburg.
...
Item # 3 - Mayor Lucas read a letter from Page One requesting the Town consider purchasing an advertisement on their fundraising tee-shirt in the amount of $200. The tee-shirts will be handed out during the Festival of Spring in Luray. It was noted their tee-shirt will be advertising businesses and therefore, Council declined to participate this year.
Item # 4 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received information regarding the Virginia Department of Transportation's public hearings on April 21, 2015, at 6 p.m. at Blue Ridge Community College, One College Lane, Weyers Cave, VA, for review and comments on projects and programs included in their six-year plan. Those desiring to comment may also email or mail their comments to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or Infrastructure Investment Director, 1401 E. Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23219.
Following a brief discussion on the detoriating condition of streets in Town, Council agreed to request the Virginia Department of Transportation begin more projects on street and drainage improvements in Town.
Item # 5 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received the March 2015 Town Vehicle Gasoline Log for review.
Item # 6 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received a thank you card from the Page County High School Robotics Team for the Town's donation to their competition.
Item # 7 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received a thank you letter from Concern Hotline for the Town's donation to their organization.
...
Mayor Lucas reported there is a water leak near the funeral home on Seventh Street.
...
Mayor Lucas and Council Members discussed they will decide which organization to donate the remaining funds to near the end of this fiscal year budget.
...
Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., Mayor Juanita Roudabush, Clerk
...
The Shenandoah Town Council held a public hearing on Tuesday, April 14, 2015, beginning at 7:00 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.
The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; Lynn Fox; Charles Jenkins; and Richard Pierce.
...
CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Lucas opened the public hearing at 7:00 p.m. He stated the purpose of this public hearing is to discuss the proposed Fiscal Year 2015/2016 Budget for the Town of Shenandoah. He noted each member received a copy of the proposed budget for review. He also stated the proposed budget was advertised in the local newspaper and a copy has been on display in the Town Office for the public to review.
Mayor Lucas inquired if there was anyone present to speak for the Fiscal Year 2015/2016 Budget?
No one present spoke for the proposed Fiscal Year 2015/2016 Budget.
Mayor Lucas inquired if there was anyone present to speak against the Fiscal Year 2015/2016 Budget?
...
There being no further comments, Mayor Lucas closed the public hearing.
There being no further questions or comments, Mayor Lucas noted the Council plans to adopt the budget at their meeting on April 28, 2015.
...
Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., Mayor Juanita Roudabush, MMC
...
CALL TO ORDER: The Shenandoah Town Council held its regular meeting on Tuesday, March 24, 2015, at 7:32 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.
The Pledge of Allegiance was held at the previous public hearing.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; Lynn Fox; David Hinkle; Charles Jenkins; and Richard Pierce.
...
TREASURER'S REPORT: Mayor Lucas read the Treasurer's report, submitted by Treasurer Cindy Breeden, for March 24, 2015.
...
Item # 1 - Mayor Lucas read a letter from the Town Planning Commission recommending approval for a consolidation of lots request from Amanda Fidler and Randy Dearing.
...
Item # 2 - Mayor Lucas read the Ordinance to establish the Personal Property and Machinery and Tools Tax Rate for 2015. He noted these rates reflect no change from last year's rate.
...
Item # 3 - Mayor Lucas read the Ordinance to establish the Real Estate Tax Rate for 2015. He noted these rates reflect no change from last year's rate.
...
Item # 4 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received information on sound level meter and calibrator needed by the Police Department to enforce the new Noise Ordinance regulations.
...
Item # 5 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received the February 2015 Police Report for review.
...
Mayor Lucas reminded everyone the Town will haul gravel to Shenandoah Town residences and the citizens just have to pay for the cost of the stone, as there is no hauling


Town of Shenandoah Meeting Minutes

www.townofshenandoah.com [cached]

There will be musical entertainment during this event, which is hosted by Mayor Lucas.

...
CALL TO ORDER: The Shenandoah Town Council held its regular meeting on Tuesday, September 23, 2014, at 7:16 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.
The Pledge of Allegiance was held at the previous public hearing.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; David Hinkle; Charles Jenkins; and Richard Pierce.
...
Mayor Lucas and Council Members stated they are anxious for the paving to begin and for the end result being the streets are accepted by VDOT for maintenance.
...
Mayor Lucas and Council Members reiterated they were very pleased to hear someone new has purchased the Forest Knolls Subdivision and is beginning the process to have the streets completed, approved, and accepted by VDOT.
...
Mayor Lucas inquired how long the recently purchased hand towels last at the shop?
...
TREASURER'S REPORT: Mayor Lucas read the Treasurer's report, submitted by Treasurer Cindy Breeden, for September 23, 2014.
...
Item # 1 - Mayor Lucas announced the Virginia Municipal League (VML) is sponsoring an essay contest for 7th Grade students. The essay topic is "If I were Mayor", and he will provide this information to teachers at the Page County Middle School to determine if these students are interested in submitting an essay to VML for this contest.
Item # 2 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members reviewed a proposal for Municode to host the Town Code on its website and to provide a searchable database for past codes, as well.
...
Item # 3 - Mayor Lucas and Council reviewed information regarding a public hearing on October 8, 2014 at Blue Ridge Community College to give citizens input on the revised Fiscal Year 2015-2020 Six-Year Improvement Program.
...
Item # 6 - Mayor Lucas reported the Shenandoah Volunteer Fire Company is selling reflective address markers for $15 each.
...
Item # 7 - Mayor Lucas reported the Shenandoah Community Picnic has been scheduled for October 5th from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. at the Big Gem Park Shelter. He explained all citizens of Shenandoah are invited to this community picnic where music and games will be provided along with meat and drinks.
...
Item # 9 - Mayor Lucas read the following Proclamation for the 21st National Public Lands Day:
...
Mayor Lucas stated Congressman Goodlatte was instrumental in helping to have WHSV TV3 to be the local station again for Comcast customers.
...
Item # 11 - Mayor Lucas thanked the Shenandoah Heritage Center for the Car Show and Family Fun Day at the Speedway on September 20th. He noted the following upcoming events: Upcoming Events as follows: Night of Thrills at Shenandoah Speedway - Friday, September 26th; Regular Racing at Shenandoah Speedway - Saturday, September 27th; JMU River Festival - Sunday, September 28th; Page County Grown Century Bicycle Ride - Saturday, October 11th.
...
Mayor Lucas noted the Virginia Department of Transportation normally trims along the roadways, but often stop just outside the Town limits.
...
Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., Mayor Juanita Roudabush, Clerk
...
The Shenandoah Town Council and the Shenandoah Planning Commission held a joint public hearing on Tuesday, September 23, 2014, beginning at 7:00 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.
The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; David M Hinkle; Charles Jenkins; and Richard Pierce.
...
CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Lucas opened the Public Hearing at 7:00 p.m. He stated a quorum of the Planning Commission and Town Council are present. He noted the purpose of the Joint Public Hearing is for a special use permit request of David Henderson (property owner) and Elizabeth Lafkin (property occupant) for a home offfice on property located at 382 Trenton Avenue, tax map number 102A6-(1)-74 9. He noted if approved, this special use permit would allow for a home office on this property, pursuant to Town Code Section 60-67, (c), (5), pursuant to Section 50-112.
Lafkin Special Use Permit Request: Mayor Lucas asked if there was anyone present to speak for the special use permit request of Elizabeth Lafkin?
...
Mayor Lucas asked if there was anyone present to speak against the special use permit request of Elizabeth Lafkin?
...
Mayor Lucas noted the Town has been told Mrs. Lafkin's home office will not have any clients coming to the home, as it would be an office for her to do paperwork only.
...
Mayor Lucas noted the business would be operating under a special use permit and if there were any violations, it could be reviewed and/or revoked in the future.
...
Therefore, Mayor Lucas then asked if there were any questions or comments from the Town Council or Planning Commission?
Planning Commissioner Pendley stated it appears the home office would not have any adverse impacts on the neighborhood and therefore, she does not object to it.
There being no further questions or comments, Mayor Lucas ask for a motion to close the Public Hearing on this request.
...
Mayor Lucas asked if the Planning Commission wanted to discuss this request and make a recommendation to Council, or if they needed more time for review?
Planning Commission Chairman Lowe stated he believes they are prepared to make a recommendation on this special use permit request.
...
Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., Mayor Juanita Roudabush, Clerk
...
Mayor Lucas announced the Virginia Municipal League is sponsoring an essay contest for 7 th Grade students. The essay topic is "If I were Mayor", and he will provide this information to teachers at the Page County Middle School.
...
CALL TO ORDER: The Shenandoah Town Council held its regular meeting on Tuesday, September 9, 2014, at 7:00 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.
The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; Charles Jenkins; and Richard Pierce.
...
Mayor Lucas suggested the legislators consider an alternate transportation provider for people needing mental healthcare.
...
Mayor Lucas read the Proclamation as follows:
...
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., the Mayor of the Town of Shenandoah, Commonwealth of Virginia, do hereby proclaim September 17 through 23, 2014 as:
...
TREASURER'S REPORT: Mayor Lucas read the Treasurer's report, submitted by Treasurer Cindy Breeden, for September 5, 2014.
...
Item # 1 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received two (2) price quotes for signs to be installed on the cannon and the elementary school.
...
Item # 2 - Mayor Lucas and Council Members received the August 2014 Town Vehicle Gasoline Log for review.
Item # 3 - Mayor Lucas and Council reviewed information regarding vacancies on Council Committees.
...
Mayor Lucas inquired about the water leak on Ninth Street and Town Manager Dovel reported this leak was repaired recently.
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Mayor Lucas and Councilman Pierce noted the need to install a riser or put more cold patch over the manhole located at the intersection of Fourth Street and Denver Avenue.
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Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., Mayor Juanita Roudabush, Clerk
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CALL TO ORDER: The Shenandoah Town Council held its regular meeting on Tuesday, August 26, 2014, at 7:00 p.m., with Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., presiding.
The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance.
ATTENDANCE: Council Members present were: Mayor Clinton O. Lucas, Jr.; Vice Mayor William Kite; Councilmen Russell Comer, Jr.; David Hinkle; Charles Jenkins; and Richard Pierce.
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Mayor Lucas stated cost is an issue, along with potential safety of both those riding the golf carts and other people too. He noted although Town legal costs can get expensive, the Town Attorney is still one of the lowest paid municipal attorney in the area. He estimated it could cost up to $5,000 for all costs involved and Council has to consider the cost versus how many people will purchase a sticker for the golf cart use.
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Mayor Lucas and several Council Members addressed this matter noting the construction of a picnic shelter was discussed at open public meetings and two (2) different bids were received.
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Mayor Lucas stated that would be no problem and he w

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