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t / www.journalpress.com THE JOURNAL Wednesday, ~ ;: , ,. : ,'. Dec. 14,2016 7 RANDOLPH WEBSTER ALLENSWORTH JR. Randolph Webster Allensworth Jr., 89, of Rollins Fork in King George passed away Friday, December 9, 2016 in Mary Washington Hospital. Junior was a long time mem- ber and Deacon of Shiloh Baptist Church and a veteran of the Unit- ed States Navy. He was a member of Colonial Beach Masonic Lodge #199 and Hudson Morris Masonic Lodge #80 AF&AM and Wakefield #77 Order of Eastern Star. Junior was the widower of lessie Tate A1- lensworth and had retired from the public works department at NSWC Dahlgren. Survivors include his children, Robert Allensworth (Susan), Dar- lene Jenne (Tim) and Randy A1- lensworth (Amy); a sister, Suzanne Headley(Richard); six grand- children, JonathanAllensworth (Lauren), BenjaminAllensworth (Mandy), Timothy Allensworth (Samantha), Becki Bishop (Brad), Chris Boggs (Amanda), and Rosie Allensworth Marsh (Greg); eleven great grandchildren and his long- time companion, Phyllis Stephens. He was preceded in death by his brother, Bobby Allensworth. The family received friends at Storke Funeral Home, Nash and Slaw King George Chapel Monday, December 12 and held a masonic service. A funeral service was held Tuesday, December 13 at Shiloh Bap- tist Church, with Rev. Richard Head- ley officiating. Burial, with Navy honors, was in the church cemetery. Flowers are welcome or contribu- tions may be made to Shiloh Baptist Church. Online condolences may be left for the family at www.storkefu- neralhome.com. JOHN POWrEUS BEAL~ John Porteus Beale of Kinsale, Va. passed away peacefully on December 10, 2016. He was the son of Charles Hoomes and Clara Bailey Beale. He was predeceased by his wife of 64 years, Martha C. Beale; his par- ents; brother Charles H. Beale Jr.; sister Anne T. Beale; and brother Robert H. Beale. He proudly served his country in the United States Marine Corp. in World War II. He served Westmoreland County as Commissioner of the Revenue for 46 years. He filled the position upon the death of his father who was Com- missioner before him. His love and wealth of knowledge of Westmore- land County will never be surpassed. He is survived by his daughter, Mar- tha B. Wilkins of Montross and his granddaughter, Anne R. Wilkins of Montross. He will forever live in our hearts. A memorial service will be held on Thursday, December 15, 2016 at Yeocomico Episcopal Church, Tuck- er Hill, at 2 pm. The burial will be private. Memorial contributions may be dandsons.com. 10719 Courthouse Road, Fredericks- Washington D.C., passed away Men- made to Cople District Volunteer burg. A funeral service will be held day, December 5, 2016 at Stafford Fire Dept., PO Box 51, Kinsale, VA CHERYL Rose BRADLEY at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, December Hospital. 22488 or Cople Parish Episcopal Cheryl Rose Bradley, 70, of King 14, 2016 in the funeral home chapel. Mr. Gore was a lifelong member of Churches, PO Box 10, Hague, VA George County passed away Thurs- Interment will follow in Sunset Me- Wisconsin Avenue Baptist Church. 22469. day, December 1, 2016 in New Zea- morial Gardens. He was a graduate ofWoodrow Wil- land near Touranga. Online condolences may be ex- son High School and George Wash- CLARENCE "SONNY" BROWN, JR. She was born April 5, 1946 to the pressed at foundandsons.com, ington University. Mr. Gore was a Clarence "Sonny" Brown, Jr., 66, late Marion W. and Doris R. Rose. life member of William R. Single- of King George County went to be Cheryl attended school in Spot- RUBY LOUISE HOPEWELL LUCAS ton-Hope-Lebanon Lodge # 7 and a with the Lord Thursday, December sylvania County and Fredericks- Ruby Louise Hopewell Lucas, 90, 33rd degree member of the Valley of 08, 2016. burg graduating from James Monroe went to be with the Lord on Sun- Washington Ancient and Accepted Sonny retired from the NavalHigh School in 1964. She attended day, Dec. 4, 2016 at Mary Washing- Scottish Rite. He was a past Grand Space Command at NSWC-Dahl- Longwood College from 1964-1968 ton Hospital in Fredericksburg, Va. High Priest of the Grand Chapter gren after 35 years of service, where she majored in Science and She was the daughter of Thomas S. RAM, a past Grand Commander of He was preceded in death by his Education. While there she was ac- Hopewell and Gladys McDowney the Grand Commandery of Knights parents, a brother, Gary, and two sis- tire in drama where she met Thomas Hopewell. Templar of Washington, D.C. and ters, "Boo" and "Joanie". Bradley in the combined Hampton Ruby leaves to cherish her mere- at the time of his passing a Special Sonny is survived by his loving Sydney/Longwood Drama group,ory her devoted children, LaVerne Aide to the Grand Master of Masons wife of 43 years, Debbie, his children, Cheryl married Thomas Bradley Lucas Turner, Dorothy Lucas Wel- of D.C. He was a life member of the a son, Bryan and his wife Brenda, a on December 16, 1967 in Freder- don and Floyd S. Lucas Sr.; son-in- Eastern Star OES Chapter 17 of the daughter, Cynthia, son Michael and icksburg, law Charles Turner; daughters-in- District of Columbia. his wife Catherine, five grandchil- She taught Science at both King law Etta Lucas and Almarie Lucas; He is survived by his daughters, dren, a sister, Irene, two brothers, George High and Middle School 14 grandchildren; 20 great-grand- Kathleen Marie Stephens (Bill) and Larry and Lee, numerous other ex- from 1968 until she retired due to children; four great-great-grand- Pamela Jean Hicks (Larry); and tended family, including his special health reasons in 2004. children; brother Charles Hopewell; , nine grandchildren Cory, Megan, cousins. Cheryl was a member of Oakland sisters Nileene Hopewell Newman Anna Grace, Noah, Joshua, and The family will receive friends Baptist Church in King George, at- and Waverly Hopewell Beverly; Paris Hicks, Kristin Hicks McClure from 7-9 p.m. Wednesday, December tended New Life in Christ in Fred- sisters-in-law Lillian Hopewell and (James) and their daughter, Maitland 14, 2016 at Found and Sons Funeral ericksburg, as well as Shiloh Baptist Hazel Hopewell; brother-in-law Cal- and Thomas and John Stephens; and Chapels of Fredericksburg, 10719 church, vin Brooks; uncle Veola McDowney; sister Mary A. Gore. He was preced- Courthouse Rd, Fredericksburg. A Her loves besides family and stu- and a host of loving nieces, nephews, ed in death by his beloved wife, Jean graveside service will be held at 1 dents were photography, camping cousins and friends. Marie Gore. p.m. Thursday, December 15, 2016 when she was younger, cruising as Funeral services were held Satur- A service was held on Monday, in Culpeper National Cemetery, 502 she got older, and jewelry making, day, Dec. 10, at Macedonia Baptist Dec. 12 at Wisconsin Avenue Baptist Chandler Ave, Culpeper. She is survived by her husband Church, in Colonial Beach, Va. In- Church, Washington, D.C. Inter- In lieu of flowers, Sonny's family of 49 years, Thomas; her daughter, terment was in the church cemetery, ment was in Rock Creek Cemetery. requests that expressions of sympa- Heather Bradley; as well as other Arrangements by Weldon-Fisher Fu- In lieu of flowers, memorials may thy take the form of donations to the family members and numerous neral Home, Warsaw, Va. be made to Masonic Foundation of Pancreatic Cancer Action Network friends, the District of Columbia or Shriners at pancan.org. Cheryl's family received friends W. FREDERICK "FRED" GORE Hospital for Children. Online guest Online condolences may be Tuesday, December 13, 2016 at W. Frederick "Fred" Gore, 89, of book is available at covenantfuner- expressed to the family at foun- Found and Sons Funeral Chapel, King George County, formerly of alservice.com. cious Lorene LORENE RICH i visiting the branch. Dec 21 Cooper Branch Library at 20 Washing- ton St. is having its Christmas Pals Luncheon- pot luck, with reading with the guild and tea ladies. All are welcomed to attend. Sign up first by calling 804 224 0921 or Caledon State Park in King George is having their Night before Christ- mas. There will be holiday songs while riding through the woods. There is hot chocolate as the reading of "Twas The Night before Christ- mas?' The event is on Dec. 11, 16, 18, and 22. Per person fee is $3 and fam- ily is $8. Call 540 663 3861. Join George Washington Birth- place National Monument on Dec. 17, it is celebrating an event that will feature a variety of living history and demonstrations. Volunteers and staff will be in period clothing. Cooking, blacksmithing, spinning, weaving, music, and more. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Eagles Lodge 4315 raised $10,000 at the St. Jude's benefit. Everyone is so kind and giving at their benefits. High Tides Restaurant on the Beach front will be closed until March. Wilkerson Restaurant will be dosed thru the rest of December. Hen Pecked Farms on route 205 is now taking orders for their Christ- mas pies. They have a variety of pies and also sell bread pudding. 540- 684-8377. Everything is homemade. Place your order early. One last note, if you have stale crackers or bread please feed the seagulls on the beach. Dofft forget the birds also. They all are hungry in this cold weather. Will see you next week. "Be safe Be Happy" Need something to re- port, e-mail lorenetinkie@verizon. net. li ht work set to at Routes 206, , PHYLLIS COOK The first phase of work began on Nov. 28 in King George on installation of a traffic signal at a difficult intersection at Route 206 (Dahlgren Road), Route 218 (Caledon Road) and Route 632 (St. Paul's Road). The Board of Supervisors were happy to be informed of the decision about the planned signal earlier this year due to complaints from residents, particularly those living on St. Paul's Road. Kelly Hannon, Communications Manager for Virginia Department of Transportations Fred: ericksburg District provided some information about need for the traffic light. "This intersections crash history showed an el- evated number of crashes where motorists turn- ing left onto Route 206 were struck by oncoming traffic" Hannon said. "Installing a traffic signal will eliminate the need for motorists turning left onto Route 206 to judge speed and distance of the oncoming traffic, and consequently is intended to reduce the risk of crashes, fatalities and injuries" Hannon said most of the work will occur out- side of travel lanes. "However, lane closures and brief delays are expected when the new traffic signal poles are installed, which will be in the spring 2017. Specific dates, times, and locations for the lane closures will be announced as soon as they are scheduled" Hannon said. On Dec. 6, she said the project contractor has until September 26, 2017 to complete all work connected with this project, though the initial work schedule indicates they are hoping for completion during the summer 2017. Hannon also said the project was awarded in Work by the Virginia Department of Transportation gets underway at the intersection of Routes 216, 206 and 632. conjunction with another project in Caroline down on Dec. 9. County which will be constructed in tandem "Due to the manner in which these projects with the signal construction in King George. were engineered, with staff working jointly on That project will upgrade the existing signal both project locations in the preliminary engi- equipment at the intersection of Route 17 (Tide- neering phase, we cafft pinpoint with certainty water Trail) and Route 301 (A.P. Hill Boulevard) how many hours were worked on one signal ver- in Caroline County. sus another signal specifically, so the separate According to a 2015 traffic count performed construction cost for Route 206/Route 218 is the by the transportation department, approximate- most accurate individual cost we could deter- ly 12,000 vehicles a day travel through the Rt. mine;' Hannon said. 218 and Rt. 206 intersection in King George. "The construction cost for both traffic signals And approximately 17,000 vehicles a day trav- at Route 206/Route 218/St. Paul's Road in King el through the Rt. 17 and Rt. 301 interchange in George and Route 17/Route 301 in Caroline is Port Royal. $565,935. If we separate out only the construc- The total project cost for both signals in the tion cost for the Route 206/Route 218/St. Paul's two counties is $1.1 million for all phases of the Road signal, it is approximately $240,000." project, which includes preliminary engineer- Hannon said the project is being funded by ing, right of way acquisition, and construction the federal Highway Safety Improvement Pro- together, gram. B&B Signal Company, based in Manassas, Hannon provide a more detailed cost break- was awarded the contract last month. i]~)~) From $350 Per Month. Larger Suites Available. Wendover Drivers: LOCAL, Home One Office Building. Wired Nightly! Fredericksburg De- For Computer Networking: livery Driver. 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We encourage and support advert4sing and marketing programs 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 is subject to Virginia's fair housing law which makes it illegal to advertise "any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, elderliness, familial status, or handicap or intention to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimination."This newspaper will not knowingly accept advertising for real estate that violates the fair housing taw. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. For more information or to file a hous- ing complaint call the Virginia Fair Housing Office at A (804) 367-8530. Toll free call (888) 551-3247. For the hearing impaired call (804) 367-9753 .... ,~:,,,.m~ Wendys Feline Friends. Cats and kittens for adoption. Many different colors and ages. All fixed with rabies shot. Sea pics at westmoreland. petfinder.org. Call Wendy 804-224-1079 The Animal Welfare League has dogs and cats available for adoption. For more information please call 804- 435-0822, 804-435-6320. Hours Monday, Wed., & Friday. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Lots of animals are at the shelter 7 call 804-462-7175. Awards need to be picked up KG Fall Festival Awards from 2016 and years back are sitting at the Journal Office, 10250 Kings Hwy waiting to be claimed. Call 540-709-7495 or email Iori@ journalpress.com to arrange delivery. Thanks! KING GEORGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA INVITATION FOR BIDS # 01102017-1400 Route 3 / Route 301 Water Extension Project Interested parties may obtain the IFB pack- age and plans by contacting Melody Patrick with Dewberry Engineers, Inc. at (804) 205-3341 or emailing mpatrick@dewberry.com. A Non-Mandatory Pre-Bid meeting will be held on December 20, 2016 in the Board of Supervisor's Meeting Room located at 10459 Courthouse Dr, King George, VA, The meeting will begin at 2:00 PM. Bids will be accepted at the King George County Finance Department at the above address until 2:00 PM (local prevailing time) on January 10, 2017, Late bids will not be accepted, Small, Women, Minority, and Service Disabled Veteran owned businesses and Local County businesses are encouraged to apply. King George County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. As ordered by Board of Supervisors King George County 12/14/2016 Call Lori at 540-709-7495 for all your business and personal printing needs 185679234 436128597 297435618 619283475 843756129 75,2941863 978562341 521394786 364817952 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING KING GEORGE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS The King George County Board of Supervi- sors will hold a public hearing beginning at 6:30 p.m., on Tuesday, December 20, 2016, in the Robert H. Combs Board Room of the Revercomb Administration Building, 10459 Courthouse Drive, King George, Virginia 22485. Case Number 16-07-Z03: Amendments to the King George County Zoning Ordinance to amend Section 1.9, Definitions, to create a defi- nition for "solar farm"; and, to amend Section 2.12.2 to add "2,12.2.9A Solar Farm" within the Industrial Zoning District a use permitted by right; and, to amend Article 4, Supplementary Regu- lations to create "Section 4.16 Solar Farm" with s~aecific supplementary regulation for solar farm development. The purpose of the amendment to create the use solar farm, which is proposed to be allowed by right in the Industrial (I) Zoning District with supplementary regulation. Documents related to the above cases are available for public inspection during the hours of 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday in the Department of Community Development, King George County Revercomb Administration Building, 10459 Courthouse Drive, King George, Virginia. The public is invited to attend the above scheduled hearings and to express their views on the above cases. Those who are unable to attend the public hearings may submit their comments in writing to the Director of Com- munity Development, 10459 Courthouse Drive, Suite 104, King George, Virginia 22485, prior to the scheduled hearings. By Order of the King George County Board of Supervisors 12/07/2016, 12/14/2016 (,