April 6, 2021
Special Meeting - 4:00 PM



1.

ROLL CALL

2.

AMENDMENTS TO AGENDA

3.

Virginia Department of Transportation Six Year Secondary Plan

Dianna Bryant, Assistant Residency Administrator
4.

Budget Requests, Reports and Presentations from Outside Agencies

A.

Pamplin Historical Park

Jerry Desmond, Executive Director and Colin Romanick, Director of Marketing & Development
B.

Petersburg Battlefields Foundation

George Fickett, President, Petersburg Battlefields Foundation
C.

Richard Bland College

Tyler Hart, Chief Development Officer, Richard Bland College Advancement Office
D.

Healthy Families

Diane Varner, Executive Director, Hopewell/Prince George Healthy Families
E.

Southeast 4-H Educational Center

Eric Fly, Center Director
F.

Virginia Cooperative Extension

Mike Parrish, Unit Coordinator Extension Agent 
5.

FY 2022 Proposed Budget

W. Kevin Massengill, County Administrator and Anne Howerton, Deputy County Administrator, Finance and General Services
6.

CLOSED SESSION:

2.2-3711(A)(8).  Consultation with legal counsel employed or retained by a public body regarding specific legal matters requiring the advice of such counsel. 

  • Crater Regional Workforce Development Board, Request for Payment Under Chief Elected Officials Consortium Agreement

7.

ADJOURNMENT



This meeting is being held in conformity with and in compliance with the Pandemic Disaster Continuity 
of Operations Ordinance approved by the Dinwiddie County Board of Supervisors on February 23, 2021. Board members may be present in person and others may choose to participate remotely.

Citizen Participation Instructions:

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 or webex.com and click “Join a Meeting”, Access Code/Meeting Number 132 390 4005

Citizens who wish to attend the meeting in person should adhere to the social distancing guidelines and Executive Order 72 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.

Questions or comments regarding the meeting should be directed to Camisha Brown at 804-469-4500, option 1, extension 2103, or cbrown@dinwiddieva.us