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www.journalpress.com THE JOURNAL Wednesday, March 23, 2016 7 CONCRITE FOREMAN F()RM SETTERS FINISHH S NEEDEI) 1 M E1) I Nf EI N IXPERIENCEI] A S P H A ! :r N'I ! N N EEl)El) Contractor in Waldorf has immediate openings for all concrete posi- tions. Must be able to go on bases. Top pay & benefits for fight individuals. Positions available: Foreman - Vehicle provided Form Setters - Finishers Please forward resumes to michele@ beltwaypaving.biz or fax to 301-932-5706. You may also fill out an application in person at 11745 Pika Drive, Waldorf, MD eoe mmediate opening for k Shop foreman for our Fruck Shop located in ;outhem, MD. Wili- ng to relocate the right )erson. Ideal candidates ;hould have a minimum )f 10 years' experience n Large Truck & Heavy ~uipment Industry with strong background in aechanics. Also ability o work with little or lo supervision a must. ~lease forward resumes o michele@beltway- ~aving.biz or fax to ~01-932-5706. eoe Asphalt & Concrete Contractor seeking in- dividual with experi- ence in all divisions of our business. Must be familiar with Micro- soft office Programs such as Word, Excel etc. Also ability to read plans, specs, grades & blueprints a must. Ideal candidate should be able to work in a fast paced office environ- ment, able to multi-task & meet deadlines. Top pay & benefits. Vehicle provided. Duties to in- clude, but not limited to the following: Ordering Materials Preparing Invoicing, Change Orders & Sub- mittals Dispatching Overall Managing of Projects Please send resume & salary requirements to michele@beltwaypav- ing.biz or fax to 301- 932-5706 eo Walk as if you are kissing the Earth ~ your feet." Thich Nhat Hanh Temp Farm Laborer-5/1/16 to 12/31/16. Solebury Orchards, New Hope, PA. 8 positions. Prune, weed, thin, pick, sort fruit. Requirements: 2 months farm exp. ,2 months tractor and forklift operating experience, carry 40 Ib bag, pick 12 Ibs/hr blueberries, 400 Ibs/hr apples. $11.66/hr. 3/4 of workdays guaranteed, tools supplied. Free housing for workers who cannot reasonably return to permanent residence after workday. Initial transportation and subsistence to worksite paid upon completion of 1/2 of contract. Apply at Virginia Immediate opening for a Shop foreman for our Truck Shop located in Southern, MD. Will- ing to relocate the fight person. Ideal candidates should have a minimum of 10 years' experience in Large Truck & Heavy Equipment Industry with a strong back- ground in mechanics. Also ability to work with little or no supervision a must. Please forward re- sumes to michele@belt- waypaving.biz or fax to 301-932-5706. eoe We are pledged to the lelter and spirit of Virginia's Policy tel achieving equal housing opportunity throughout the Common- wealth. We encourage and support advertising and marketing Drograms In which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, elderliness, familial status, or handicap. All real estate advertised herein subject to Virginia's fair housing law which makes it illegal tc advertise "any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, elderliness, tamllia status, or handicap or Intention to make any such preference, [Imitation, or dlscdmlnatlon.~ This newspaper will not knowingl't accept advertising for real estate that violates the fair housin~ law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings adver- tlsed In this newspaper are available on an equal opportunit~ basis. For more information or to file a housing complaint call the Virginia Fair Housing Office at (804) 367-8530. Toll flee call [888) 551-3247. For the hearing impaired call (804) 367-9753, KING GEORGE COUNTY PUBLIC NOTICE RESIDENTIAL BUILDING PERMIT FEE SCHEDULE The Board of Supervisors of the County of King George, Virginia is consid- ering adoption of the following fee schedule as part of the FY2016/2017 budget: SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING: Finished/Un~ished Areas ....... $0.25 per square foot ($100.00 minimum) Electrical Permit .............................................................................. Included Plumbing Permit ............................................................................. Included Mechanical Permit ........................................................................ Included Grading Permit ................................................................................... $75.00 Zoning Permit ...................................................................................... $75.00 State Levy ...................................................................... 2% per building fee REMODEL INTERIOR: Finished/Unfinished Areas ........ $0.15 per square foot ($75.00 minimum) Electrical Permit ......................... $0.05 per square foot ($50.00 minimum) Plumbing Permit ........................ $0.05 per square foot ($50.00 minimum) Mechanical Permit ................... $0.05 per square foot ($50.00 minimum) Zoning Permit ...................................................................................... $75.00 State Levy ............ , ......................................................... 2% per building fee ADDITION TO STRUCTURE: (Additions/porches/sunrooms, etc,) Finished/Unfinished Areas ....... $0.15 por square foot ($100.00 minimum) Electrical Permit ......................... $0.05 per square foot ($50.00 minimum) Plumbing Permit ........................ $0.05 per square foot ($50.00 minimum) Mechanical Permit ................... $0.05 per square foot ($50.00 minimum) Grading permit ................................................................................... $75,00 Zoning Permit ................................................................. i .................... $75,00 State Levy ...................................................................... 2% per building fee MANUFACTURED HOMES: Single Wide in Park ................................ $150.00 + 2% State Levy + $75.00 Zoning= $228.00 Double Wide in Park $225.00 + 2% State Levy + $75.00 Zoning= $304.50 Single Wide on Private Land ................ $150.00 + 2% State Levy + $75.00 Zoning + $75.00 Grading= $303.00 Double Wide on Private Land ............. $225.00 + 2% State Levy + $75.00 Zoning +$75.00 Grading= $379.50 Triple Wide .................. $300.00 + 2% State Levy + $75,00 Zoning + $75.00 Grading=S456.00 MISCELLANEOUS FEES: Garage/Barns/Sheds (Stick Built) ............................ $0.15 per square foot ($75.00 minimum) Sheds/Metal Carports (Prefab-under 256 square feet) ........... $50.00 + 2% State Levy + $75.00 Zoning= $126.00 Sheds/Metal Carports (Prefab- greater than 256 square feet) .............. $75.00 + 2% State Levy +$75.00 Zoning= $151.50 Decks (uncovered)/Steps ....... $75.00 + 2% State Levy + $75.00 Zoning= $151.50 Pool (above ground/no electric) .......... $65.00 + 2% State Levy + $75.00 Zoning: $141.30 Pool (in ground w/electric) .................. $125.00 + 2% State Levy + $75.00 Zoning= $202.50 Demolition (Residential) ........................... $50.00 + 2% State Levy=S51.00 OTHER RESIDENTIAL PERMIT FEES Electrical Permit/Electrical Service Upgrade ...................................................... $50.00+ 2% State Levy=S51.00 Plumbing Permit ......................................... $50.00+ 2% State Levy=S51.00 Mechanical Permit ................................... $50.00 + 2% State Levy=S51.00 RETAINING WALLS/MARINE Retaining Walls/Sea Walls ......... $0.25 per square foot ($75.00 minimum) Boathouse ................................ $0.05 per square foot ($100.00 minimum) ADDITIONAL FEES: Appeal to LBBCA ............................................................................. $250.00 Modification Request ......................................................................... $75,00 After the fact permits .............. Double the original cost (not to exceed $250.00) Fast Track Review ............ $200.00 up to 5 Plans, $50.00 each additional Notice of Violation ....................................................... $50.00+Permit Fees ZONING PERMIT: .................................................................................. $75.00 GRADING PERMIT: ............................................................................... $75.00 STATE LEVY: ........................ ; .................................................................... 2.0% TEMPORARY OCCUPANCY PERMIT: ................................................... $50.00 RE-INSPECTION FEES: (3RD Trip or Not ready for inspection) ..................................................................................... $75.00 AMENDMENT FEES:... $25.00 + $0.20 per square foot for additional area OR $0.05 per square foot to finish existing square feet on existing permit. 3/23/2016, 3/30/2016 Employment CommissionParking, Handicapped- Cost! Ready To Move In! 804-786-1485 using job listing Accessible Restrooms, 1 Call (540) 775-6788 Sheila@ #10008177. 3/23p Block Off rt. 3 Adjacent To charlestoncobuilders.com. Post Office. No Build Out ufn-b Drivers: LOCAL, Home Nightly! Fredericksburg openings. Great Pay & Benefits! lyr CDL-A with flatbed/van exp.Estenson Logistics. Apply: www.goelc. cam - 1-866-336-9642.3/30p 14x70 Mobile Home for Rent. Furnished. $900 month. Available April 1. References Required. Call (540) 735-5149 after 5 PM. 3/23p Private Professional Offices From $350 Per Month. Larger Suites Available. Wendover One Office Building. Wired For Computer Networking. Front & Rear Entrances. Includes ALL Utilities, Ample NEEDED: HVAC SERVICE & MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS Full time positions open immediately. Three years HVAC experience and must be qualified in all phases of residential and light commercial service including high efficiency GF, OF, HP and communicating furnace. Must be available for all on-call status and weekends - overtime as applicable. Must have neat appearance and excellent customer service skills. THIS IS NOT A TRAINING POSITION. We are a drug free employer. Background check required. Must have clean driving record. Company truck for qualified candidate. Benefits include: health & dental insurance, vacation, retirement, and sales lead referral bonus. 540-709-5009 eoe KING GEORGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA PUBLIC HEARING - PROPOSED BUDGET FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2016 TO JUNE 30, 2017 The Board of Supervisors of King George County will hold a public hearing at the Horace A. Revercomb Administration Building Board Room, 10459 Courthouse Drive, King George, Virginia at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 5, 2016, on the proposed budgets as shown below. The public hearing Is held pursuant to Section 15.2-2506 of the Code of Virginia, as amended, and in compliance with the County's Financial Policies providing for public comment on the proposed budget. All citizens have the right and are encouraged to attend this public hearing and state their views on the proposed budget. The budget proposal is prepared and published for information and fiscal planning purposes only. The inclusion in the budget of any items does not constitute a commitment or obligation on the part of the Board of Supervisors of King George County to appropriate any funds for that project or purpose. The budget has been presented on the basis of the estimates and requests submitted to the County Administrator by officers and department heads of the County and as reviewed and amended by the Board of Supervisors. There is no designation or allocation of any funds of King George County until there has first been an appropriation for that purpose by the Board of Supervisors. The budget is for informative and fiscal planning purposes and will not be approved, adopted, or ratified by the Board of Supervisors at this public hearing. FY 2016-17 PROPOSED BUDGET PROPOSED REVENUES General Property Taxes $24,572,769 Other Local Taxes $6,325,700 Licenses Permits, Fees $7,418,325 Fines and Forfeitures $193,500 Use of Money and Property $227,175 Charges for Se~ces $1,864,463 Recovered Costs $369,843 Miscellaneous $148,300 Total Local Sources $ 41 120,075 Revenues from the Commonwealth Non-categorical Aid $2,288.868 Shared Expenses . . $!,748,220 Categorical Aid , $25T689~453 Total State Funds $ 29 726,541 Revenues from the Federal Government Categorical Aid $3,470,368 Total Federal Funds $3,470,36~ Transfer~Fund Balance $883,383 $ 75~200~367 TOTAL REVENUES PROPOSED EXPENDITURES BQard f.S.uJ~erv!s0rs ........... " ......... .'..~ ......... _.__..ii .i ............ .~...i... ~2~4] ! County Administrator ................................................................ 335,134 O un!y A, rneyiiLe a! S s) ...................................... ......... Human Resources 158,848 i (~0mmissioner of Rev enue .......................... 37315:1- ] ............................................... ............................ ~ ..................................... ~o .......... ~ Reassessment i 175,000 1 -i=ieasurer .................................................. ! ......................... ~ ........................ 327 137 ] Oepaffment ofFinance................ ....................... ! ................... "82 7":01 "6"ri Information Technology 439,695 i Electoral Board : ~ 70,585 .........................................................................................................Registrar 1~1,0:13-! (~iicu]t Court : ...................................... 73,095 ; CombinedCourts ...................... i .............................. ! ......................... 2317~,2 ! Magistra.te ............................ ............. Z ............ : ........ 3,650.i Clerk of the Circuit Court ~ 476,102 ! C.!~i~: Of the cir~u!t c;ouffT.ec!~ True'Fund- " .............. ! ....................... I~i[][J(J~ Victim & WrtnessAsst. Prog ................. i ................... i ....................... 2611:34"i : ................................................................................... ? ....................... ~,, ........................................... Commonwealth Attorney i 582,303.:. Sheriff i 4286374: ........................... ........................................................ t DUI Enforcement Grant ! i 23 228 1 JAG Assistance Grant ............................... .......................... ! ................................... "~iS[J(J I KG Fire & Rescue .......................... .................... ! ............... 42"i':555"i Ambulance Fee for sen~ice ~ ................................... 42~=73~ County/C!ty Operated Institutions : 1,113,532 ! V~ICCA/CHINS ...................... i ..................................... 71.260i .................................................. ................................................... :Animal Control Landfill ........................................................... ~ 221,1651 Engineering/!~ublic Works .......................... ............................................. .1..027.88...) ,Litter Control i ! 5,350 1 Health ............................................................................................ Department-outside agency 3OI3:~,15 i Ad.mmlstratl0n-D$$ .............................. ............................ ................... !.,84.4 ,.! 98. Public Assistance 204,500 ': Purch.ase 0f.Sle .i s : ']i.i ...ii.iiiii i_ iiii i :Dept of Parks & Recreation ~ . 343226 i i Zen's center ................. 4~-5 5~6 ................................................. 6 ............................... ......................................... Dep!..0f CmmL~.n-rtY~ Dev.elpment ............. i ................................ 7.73-4.71 Planning Com//Zoning Board i 18,513 1 ~i ExtensionOffice ................................................... i ..................... 13[J1449 ! Econ?m)c Deve!opment .................... ' 164!08!/ Ng.n-Departm_ental ................ .................. 368,033; School Ope/ating. Fund .................................................... 40,021,460 School Fe.dera! Grants ............................................. 1 '438~-~Y8 'i .School Cafeteria ........................................................ ! ,A_.83:8.2~ .i Cap,a! !mprovement Fund ..... 1,103,081 t Debt Servics Fund ............ ~ ...................................... 6~0~3"i~'18i ;R e(:Featio 9_Act!vity FU n (I .................................................................................................... Law Enforcement Project Fund ; 40,765 ! Smoot Library i 523 989 T-o ris F.nd ............................................ ................................. i .............................. : 0n0bii~aied i~xF;encJ;uies ........................................ ] ......................... i ............................. -8b-~47i TOTAL EXPENDITURES , i $ /5200,367 1 A copy of the proposed budget is available for review tn the County Administrator's Office, on the King George County web site, and the Smoot Memorial Library. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS KING GEORGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA 3/23/2016, 3/30/2016 KING GEORGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON RECOMMENDED CALENDAR YEAR 2016 TAX RATES The Board of Supervisors of King George County will hold a public hearing on the proposed 2016 tax rates at the Horace A. Revercomb Administration Building Board Room, 10459 Courthouse Drive, King George, Virginia, 22485 at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5, 2016, The tax rates shown below have been approved for advertisement by the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors has the right to adopt tax rates equal to or lower than those which are advertised below: COUNTY OF KING GEORGE 2016 TAX CLASSIFICATIONS AND PROPOSED RATES Real Mobile Personal Machinery Calendar Year Estate Homes Property & Tools 2015 Levy $0.61 $0.61 $3.25 $2.50 2016 Proposed Levy $0.68 $0.68 $3.50 $2.50 All levies are per $100 assessed valuation at fair market value Following the public hearing, the Board of Supervisors may fix an ap- propriate tax levy for real estate, mobile homes, personal properh/, and machinery and tools for calendar year 2016. The Board of Supervisors is not obligated to adoptthe proposed tax rates, and may adjourn to subsequently meet and fix tax levies. Anyone having questions regarding the above may contact the County Administrator's office, (540) 775-9181, Mondaythrough Friday, during regular working hours. Written comments may be submitted to the County Administrator's office, or mailed to 10459 Courthouse Drive, Suite 200, King George, VA 22485. All written comments must be received no later than ).m., Tuesday, April 5, BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS KING GEORGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA 3/23/2016, 3/30/2016 PUBLIC HEARING The Town of Colonial Beach Planning Commission will hold a public hear- ing on Thursday, April 7, 2016, in the Colonial Beach Town Center located at 22 Washington Avenue, Colonial Beach, Virginia, to consider the following: Beginning at 5:30 p.m. CUP-01-2016 Elementary School: The Colonial Beach School Board has applied for a conditional use permit (CUP) to construct an Elementary School on the northeastern side of 100 1st Street, (3A2-3-P), located beside the current High School The property is zoned as Residential General (R-2). The CUP will allow the Colonial Beach School Board to construct and oper- ate a separate school facility on the site of the existing high school. Any persons desiring to be heard in favor of or in opposition to the above is hereby invited to be present at the Public Hearing. Copies of the above are on file in the Department of Planning & Community Development, 315 Douglas Avenue, Colonial Beach, Virginia 22443, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Anyone with a disability who requires assistance in order to participate in the public hearing is asked to contact The Department of Planning and Community Development prior to the public hearing so that appropriate arrangements may be made. By Order of the Colonial Beach Planning Commission .... 3/23/2016, 3/30/2016 KiNG GEORGE COUNTY PUBLIC NOTICE COMMERCIAL BUiLDiNG PERMIT FEE SCHEDULE **NOTE: Other Fees may apply depending on project** The Board of Supervisors of the County of King George, Virginia is consid- ering adoption of the following fee schedule as part of the FY2016-2017 budget: New Construction: .................. $0.15 per square foot ($125.00 minimum) Addition to Building: ................ $0.15 per square foot ($125.00 minimum) Remodel Building: ..................... $0.10 per square foot ($75,00 minimum) Unfinished (Shell Only): ........... $0.10 per square foot ($125.00 minimum) Electriol Permit: ............. $0.50 per amp of service ($100.00 minimum or ............................................... $0.05 per square foot whichever is greater) Plumbing Permit: ....................... $.05 per square foot ($100.00 minimum) Mechanical Permit: ................ $0.05 per square foot ($100.00 minimum) Temporary Service Pole: .................................................................. $100.00 Site lighting Permit: .......................................................................... $100.00 Pool'. ........................................................................... $0.15 per square foot Construction Trailer: .......................................................................... $125.00 Commercial Demolition: ......................... $50.00 + 2% State Levy= $51.00 ***Definition: Per square foot-The total floor area including basement and exterior structures*** FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM: Fire Alarm System ............................... $5.00 per device or $100 minimum Kitchen Hood Suppression ............................................. $150.00 per hood Spray Booth ....................................................................................... $200.00 Fire Dampers ................................................................... $10.00 per device Specialized Detection Equipment ............................... $10.00 per device Limited Area Sprinkler System (less than 10 heads) ......................................................................... $100.00 Sprinkler System ....................... $0.05 per square foot ($300.00 minimum) Underground Fire Line ...................................................................... $100.00 Fire Pump ........................................................................................... $100.00 Alteration/Relocation Sprinklers ......... $100.00 (5) or less heads/Over (5) heads $10.00 each up to (10) AMUSEMENT DEVICE Kiddie Ride ................................................................................ $25.00 each Circular Ride ............................................................................. $35.00 each Spectacular Ride ..................................................................... $55.00 each Coasters .................................................................................. $1 50.00 each SIGN PERMITS Illuminated Sign on building .................... $75.00 + 2% State Levy +$75.00 Zoning= $151.50 Illuminated Free Standing Sign ............ $100.00 + 2% State Levy + $75.00 Zoning= $177.00 Non-Illuminated Sign on building ........... $50.00+ 2% State Levy + $75.00 Zoning= $126,00 Non-Illuminated Free Standing Sign ...... $75.00 + 2% State Levy + $75.00 Zoning= $151,50 MISCELLANEOUS FEES Tent .......................................................................................... $100.00 each Cell Towers ........................................................................................ $100.00 Fuel Tank Installation or removal ....................................... $50.00 per tank Asbestos Abatement ......................................................................... $50.00 Elevator Permit .................................................................... $85.00 per floor Elevator Annual Certificate ............................................................... $50.00 Plan Review Fee ...................... $0.02 per square foot ($100.00 minimum) After hours inspection (to be approved by building official) ........... $75.00 per hour/2 Hour minimum After the fact permit (if notice is sent) ............................................... Double cost of new original permit Notice of Violation Fees .................................................................. $100.00 Commercial Commercial Commercial Appeal to LBBCA ....................................................... $300.00 Modification Request ................................................ $100.00 Re-inspection Fee ........................................................ $75.00 3/23/2016, 3/30/2016