The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors has several items on its agenda Tuesday, ranging from transportation to utilities to building renovations. The meeting is set to begin at 7 p.m. in the colonial courthouse.
One of the first items on the agenda is a discussion on the scheduled bridge rehabilitation project on Cunningham Drive. Sean Trapani, residency administrator for Virginia Department of Transportation, will also update the board of supervisors on other transportation issues. This item was originally scheduled to be discussed earlier this month, but had to be pushed back because of the inclement weather.
Assistant county administrator Garrey Curry will update the board on county office building two, which is in the process of being renovated for use by planning, environmental and building official offices. The school board administration moved out of that space late last year and into the newly renovated T.C. Walker Education Center.
Two board members, York district supervisor Phillip Bazzani and at-large supervisor John Meyer Jr. have asked to hold a discussion regarding the tax code and small business incentive opportunities Tuesday night.
There will also be a discussion and possible decision on regionalization of the county’s sewer assets under the Hampton Roads Sanitation District.
Finally, the board is expected to enter into closed session for consultation with legal counsel and staff regarding a FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program claim and potential litigation based on the claim. Action on the matter by the board is expected to be taken once it returns to open session.