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PAGE 4 SECTION A, THE NEWS-GAZETTE, LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, MAY 5, 2021, www.thenews-gazette.com G overnment n otices GENERAL FUND REVENUE ITEM PROPOSED 2021/22 General Property Taxes $6,433,620 Other Local Taxes 1,953,000 Permits, Privilege Fees 20,775 Fines and Forfeitures 76,420 Earnings from Investments 3,000 Charge for Services 852,676 Miscellaneous Revenue 258,759 Non-Categorical Aid from Virginia 681,919 Shared Expenses 930,577 Categorical Aid from Virginia 3,745,000 Categorical Aid Federal 174,023 Transfers - Other Funds 10,000 TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUE $15,139,769 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES City Council $ 39,598 City Manager 147,221 City Attorney 70,000 Information Technology 136,000 Finance Director 256,475 Independent Auditor 59,800 Commissioner of the Revenue 203,207 Reassessment 33,000 Board of Equalization 3,000 City Treasurer 284,811 Insurance 68,600 Electoral Board 123,124 Circuit Court 6,234 General District Court 7,020 Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court 33,610 Clerk of the Circuit Court 248,352 City Sheri 443,093 Commonwealth’s Attorney 248,002 Criminal Justice Services 74,023 Police Department 1,625,985 Fire Department 158,000 Rescue Squad 110,903 Probation O cer 3,000 Magistrate 420 Medical Examiner 150 Economic Development 110,608 Planning 216,530 Administration & Engineering 166,154 Street Maintenance 1,103,390 Street Lights 73,000 Refuse Collection Department 424,987 Refuse Disposal 300,000 Maintenance of Building & Grounds 399,109 Maintenance of Greenhill Cemetery 145,679 General Tax Relief 80,000 Retiree Medical Plan 30,000 Central Dispatch 326,364 School Fund 2,433,803 Regional Jail 670,000 Transfers to Other Funds 441,706 Debt Service 187,968 Social Services 3,100,000 Non-Pro t Agencies 412,998 TOTAL GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES $15,005,875 WATER REVENUE ITEM PROPOSED 2021/22 Charge for Services $1,391,217 WATER Fund Revenues $1,391,217 WATER EXPENDITURES Water Administration 101,018 Water Maintenance 344,070 Water Production 321,472 Debt Service 576,856 WATER FUND EXPENDITURES $1,343,416 SEWER REVENUE ITEM PROPOSED 2021/22 Charge for Services $1,201,345 Sewer Fund Revenues $1,201,345 SEWER EXPENDITURES Sewer Administration 100,018 Sewer Maintenance 331,414 Wastewater Treatment Plant 769,913 SEWER FUND EXPENDITURES $1,201,345 PARKS AND RECREATION REVENUE ITEM PROPOSED 2021/22 Charge for Services & Misc. Revenue $ 195,800 Transfer From General Fund 141,724 TOTAL PARK FUND REVENUE $ 337,524 PARKS AND RECREATION EXPENDITURES Administration $ 54,456 Recreation Department 125,809 Activities Department 16,300 Maintenance of Parks and Campgrounds 83,172 Swimming Pool 57,787 TOTAL PARK FUND EXPENDITURES $ 337,524 GOLF COURSE REVENUE ITEM PROPOSED 2021/22 Charge for Services $ 468,041 TOTAL GOLF COURSE REVENUE $ 468,041 GOLF COURSE EXPENDITURES Golf Operations $ 468,041 TOTAL GOLF COURSE EXPENDITURES $ 468,041 SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION REVENUE ITEM PROPOSED 2021/22 City Funds $ 313,065 Transfer School Operation Fund 140,000 Interest Recovery 18,173 TOTAL SCHOOL CONSTRUCT REVENUE $ 471,238 SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION EXPENDITURES Literary Loan $ 375,000 Bus Lease 53,474 Middle School Bond 42,764 TOTAL SCHOOL CONSTRCT EXPEND $ 471,238 SENIOR CENTER FUND REVENUE ITEM PROPOSED 2021/22 BV/Lex/Rock County $ 8,500 TOTAL SENIOR CENTER REVENUE $ 8,500 SENIOR CENTER FUND EXPENDITURES Utilities and Operation Costs $ 8,500 TOTAL SENIOR CENTER EXPEND $ 8,500 SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND REVENUE ITEM PROPOSED 2021/22 Nutrition Revenues $ 413,669 TOTAL SCHOOL NUTRITION REVENUE $ 413,669 SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND EXPENDITURES Nutrition Expenses $ 413,669 TOTAL SCHOOL NUTRITION EXPEND $ 413,669 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING #1 PROPOSED 2021/2022 MUNICIPAL BUDGET THE CITY OF BUENA VISTA The City of Buena Vista will conduct a public hearing on May 13, 2021 at or about 6:00 p.m. in Council Chambers, 2039 Sycamore Avenue. The hearing will be conducted to receive public input on the pro- posed FY 2022 Budget. A complete copy of the budget is available for review in the City Manager’s of ce, City Hall, 2nd Floor, 2039 Sycamore Avenue. The City Council is considering adopting the following real estate tax rate and refuse fee for FY 2022: Real Estate - $1.27 per $100 assessed valuation Personal Property - $5.85 per $100 assessed valuation Refuse Fee - $21.00 per month April 30th Market Report: Steer Groups #1-2: 400# $148-172.50 500# $145-160 600# $140.00-160 700# $140-152.50 Heifer Groups #1-2: 400# $120-140 500# $120-138 600# $120-125 Slaughter Cows: $53-72.00 AVG $63.45 (excludes slow cows) Feeder Special May 14th Small Stock Special May 7th Receiving 6-8PM THURSDAYS Receiving 8-1:30 FRIDAYS Sales Every Friday at 2 PM OPEN FOR BUSINESS! Thanks everyone for your support, Brandon Myers, Managing Member Cattlemen’s Livestock Exchange 34906 Midland Trail, Caldwell, WV 24925 304-667-2178 O cial Voting Information Correction CITY OF BUENA VISTA, AND ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY In last week’s ad concerning registration for the June 8 pri- maries in Buena Vista and Rockbridge County, the date of the primaries was incorrectly listed as June 23. The last day to register to vote for the primaries is May 17 by 5 p.m. in the local o ces or by 11:59 p.m. online BUENA VISTA ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY Emilie Staton, Registrar Sheila Hall, Registrar ROCKBRIDGE AREA REGIONAL JAIL COMMISSION REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS The Rockbridge Area Jail Commission, Virginia is re- questing quali cations from quali ed individuals and/ or rms for professional legal services. Sealed propos - als will be received by Derek Almarode, Superinten - dent Rockbridge Regional Jail, 258 Greenhouse Road, Lexington, VA 24450 until 2:00 P.M. Monday, May 17, 2021, at which time proposals will be opened. Propos - als shall be clearly marked on the outside envelope: Proposer’s company name, mailing address, quali ca - tion request number, and “Request for Quali cations Legal Services.” It shall be the proposer’s responsibility to determine their method of transmittal such that their proposal package will arrive in Superintendent’s of ce prior to the scheduled deadline. The RFQ is found at www.rockbridgecountyva.gov. Contact number: 540-463-1937. ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR- INGS Notice is hereby given per Section 15.2-2204 of the Code of Virginia and Section 802.03, 04 and 05 of the County of Rockbridge Land Development Regulations that public hearings will be held by the Rockbridge County Planning Commission on Wednesday, May 12, 2021, at or after 7:00 p.m. in the Board of Supervisors Meeting Room in the County Administra- tive Building, 150 South Main Street, Lexington, Virginia 24450, followed by public hearings by the Board of Supervisors on Monday, May 24, 2021, at or after 6:00 p.m. at the same location to consider the following applications: 1) Joseph Hallock, 421 Summer Breeze Drive, Boones Mill, Virginia 25065 has made an application for a special excep- tion permit in order to develop a satellite brewery and tasting room. The property is owned by Stonewall Lodge & Cottages LLC, PO BOX 87, Natural Bridge, VA 24578. The property is located in the General Business (B-1) Zoning District and per section 605.03-5 of the County of Rock- bridge Land Development Regu- lations, Beverage Manufacturing is a use by special exception in the B-1 District. The property (6387 S Lee Highway, Natural Bridge, VA 24578) is located on the eastside of S Lee Highway (Route 11), at the intersection of S Lee Highway (Route 11) and Wert Faulkner Highway (Route 130) and is further identified as tax map number 106-50-34. The property is located in the Natural Bridge Magisterial District. 2) Thunder BRidge Camp- ground LLC, 445 Arnolds Valley Road, Natural Bridge Station, VA 24579 has made an applica- tion for a rezoning from the Con- servation (C-1) Zoning District to the Agricultural Transitional (A-T) Zoning District. The property is owned by the Commonwealth of Virginia, State Board of Juvenile Justice, Department of General Services, Bureau of Real Estates Services, 1100 Bank Street, Fifth Floor, Richmond VA, 23219. The property (1425 Arnolds Valley Road, Natural Bridge Station, VA 24579) is on the east and westside of Arnolds Valley Road (Route 759), approximately .41 miles south of the intersection of Arnolds Valley Road (Route 759) and Back Run (Route 781) and is further identified as tax map number 113-A-7. The property is located in the Natural Bridge Mag- isterial District. 3) Thunder BRidge Camp- ground LLC, 445 Arnolds Valley Road, Natural Bridge Station, VA 24579 has made an application a special exception permit in order to develop campground/private seasonal camp. The property is owned by the Commonwealth of Virginia, State Board of Juvenile Justice, Department of General Services, Bureau of Real Estates Services, 1100 Bank Street, Fifth Floor, Richmond VA, 23219. The property is currently located in the Conservation (C-1) Zoning Dis- trict, this application is contingent on the pending rezoning applica- tion from the C-1 District to the Ag- ricultural Transitional (A-T) Zoning District. Per section 603B.03-8 of the County of Rockbridge Land Development Regulations, Camp- grounds. private seasonal camps are a use by special exception in the A-T District. The property (1425 Arnolds Valley Road, Natu- ral Bridge Station, VA 24579) is on the eastside and westside of Arnolds Valley Road (Route 759), approximately .41 miles south of the intersection of Arnolds Valley Road (Route 759) and Back Run (Route 781) and is further identi- fied as tax map number 113-A- 7. The property is located in the Natural Bridge Magisterial District. Information on these applications is available in the Rockbridge County Office of Community Development, 150 South Main Street, Lexington, Virginia, by phone at 540-464-9662 or by email at cslaydon@rockbridge- countyva.gov By: Chris Slaydon Director of Community Devel- opment CITY OF BUENA VISTA CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEAR- ING May 20th 2021 Pursuant to Code of Virginia Section 15.2-2204 and the City of Buena Vista Land Develop- ment Regulations, notice is given that the City Council of the City of Buena Vista will hold a public hearing to receive comment on the following matters. Request for Abandonment of Pub- lic Right of Way by Michael Martin and Randy Stinnett, for portions of the alleyway between 24th Street and 25th Street and Hawthorne Avenue and Ash Avenue; a por- tion of 25th Street; and a portion of Ash Avenue. The Public Hearing will be held virtually via Zoom. The meeting begins at 6:00 PM on Thursday, May 20th 2021. Staff reports for each matter, and a copy of the Comprehensive Plan, are avail- able from the Director of Commu- nity and Economic Development, Thomas Roberts, 2039 Sycamore Avenue, Buena Vista VA 24416 or (540) 261-8607 or troberts@ bvcity.org or buenavistava.org/ planning. Join Zoom Meeting h t t p s : / / u s 0 2 w e b . z o o m . us/j/5528910134 Phone: 1 646 558 8656 Meeting ID: 552 891 0134 CITY OF BUENA VISTA CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEAR- ING May 6th 2021 Pursuant to Code of Virginia Section 15.2-2204 and the City of Buena Vista Land Develop- ment Regulations, notice is given that the City Council of the City of Buena Vista will hold a public hearing to receive comment on the following matters. Conditional Use Permit for 245 W 21st Street covering the following uses: a) 614.04-2 Beverage or food processing plants b) 614.04-8 Multifamily homes, apartments, or efficien- cies located on the story of a building closest to the street level, when the building is mixed-use; or located in a single-use building; c) 614.04-17 Small-scale production establishments, with tools, goods, repairs, services, equipment, and supplies in a per- manent enclosed structure. The applicant is The Advance- ment Foundation. The applicant proposes rehabilitating the former Mundet-Hermetite manufacturing plant into a mixed-used agricul- tural technology innovation center and business incubator. The proj- ect also includes loft apartments. The Public Hearing will be held virtually via Zoom. The meeting begins at 6:00 PM on Thursday, May 6th 2021. Staff reports for each matter, and a copy of the Comprehensive Plan, are avail- able from the Director of Commu- nity and Economic Development, Thomas Roberts, 2039 Sycamore Avenue, Buena Vista VA 24416 or (540) 261-8607 or troberts@ bvcity.org or buenavistava.org/ planning. Join Zoom Meeting h t t p s : / / u s 0 2 w e b . z o o m . us/j/5528910134 Phone: 1 646 558 8656 Meeting ID: 552 891 0134

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