Recap of October 9, 2012 Board of Supervisors Meeting
Prince George County Government
October 11 Headlines
- Supervisor Bill Gandel to facilitate meeting at 6:00 tonight at Prince George Christian Church on EMS issues.
- County Administrator Percy Ashcraft to tour old North Elementary School this morning ahead of Parks & Recreation moving its offices into the facility tomorrow.
- Over 40 child care providers have registered for the workshops October 13 & 27, hosted by the Department of Social Services.
- Southside Regional Medical Center to break ground on new wing this morning at 10:00.
- Parks & Recreation will close its Scott Park offices Friday, October 12 to move into its new offices at Old North Elementary School on Monday, October 15. The offices will reopen at the Old North location at 12:00 Noon on Monday and the new phone number is (804) 458-6164.
- The Prince George Police Department and the Parks and Recreation Department are co-sponsoring a bicycle rodeo at Baxter Ridge Park, Saturday, October 20th from 10am to 1pm. Participants are to meet at the park in Baxter Ridge subdivision which is located in the 7500 block of Woods Ridge Trace.
- Fire Prevention Week extends through Saturday. Great opportunity to prepare your home for fire prevention, including checking your batteries in your smoke detectors.
- Through the end of October, there will be double lane closures on I-295 northbound and southbound between the Varina Enon Bridge and Route 10 (exit 15) for concrete paving. 0 (exit 15) in Chesterfield County for concrete patching.
- The Utilities Department will be flushing water mains through October 31 in various subdivisions throughout the County.
- On Rt. 650 from Rowanty Rd; Rt. 623N/S to Templeton Rd; Rt. 638N/S , motorists can expect potential delays in this area until November 16 from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily due to construction activities. The north left shoulder, through lanes, and right shoulder are closed. The south left shoulder, through lanes, and right shoulder are closed. A signed detour will be in place. The Detour will follow Route 623 to Route 602 to Route 638 and back to Route 650.