Saturday, March 31, 2012

2013 York County Property Tax Increase

The York County Board of Supervisors will meet Tuesday evening, April 3rd, 6:00pm, York Hall in Historic Yorktown.  The board is expected to consider and pass an 8+% increase in our property taxes for budget year 2013.  We encourage all to attend the meeting and make your supervisors aware of what you expect from them.

Below is one citizens view of the process.

The York County Citizens Forum


Dear York County Board of Supervisors,

It is difficult for me to find the words to express my total disappointment in you as a Board of Supervisors, as we approach the Tuesday budget vote.  You are willing to raise taxes and have citizens pay  more….again!
You all display an (R) after your name.  You attend Lincoln Day dinners with gusto.  You applaud loudly when somebody talks about fiscal responsibility.  Yet the net result is that you ignore or violate every Republican principle.  You talk the talk yet you refuse to walk the walk.  
Moderate to liberal Newport News and Hampton have shown more guts and demonstrated more “conservative republican principles” than you have.   
Newport News is not raising their tax rate.  They have made the decisions, raised some user fees and actually will pass on a LOWER  property tax bill to the citizens due to lower property assessments.  That’s right.  Property taxes in Newport News are going down.  Maybe you should call them before your Tuesday vote and ask them what they eat for breakfast.
Hampton has been innovative and creative.  They are employing Republican Principle #1.  They are looking for ways to use the free enterprise system to accomplish some city functions cheaper.  They acknowledge it may cost some city jobs if in fact a contractor can do something like sweep the streets for less money.  Hampton is willing  to support another republican principlesmaller government. The York County BOS Chairman (a Republican) has publically stated that he doesn’t want to pursue a public-private partnership at the Sports Complex!   Do you just not understand what to do or are you unwilling to do it?
What’s wrong?  Why are you willing to sit on your hands, raise taxes PLUS user fees, and not take advantage of ways to economize through consolidation, but rather let the bloated county government continue?   I recently looked over some of the literature several of you used in the last election.  Maybe you should go back and read it.  Or at least cross out any references to fiscal responsibility and Republican principles in case you ever use them again.
At the recent YCRC mass meeting yet another candidate for Lt Governor spoke decisively about taking back our country and getting things on a fiscally conservative sustainable track.  He knows the “fix” starts  at the city/county level.  Unfortunately he didn’t know he was wasting his time in York County.  
You need to seize the opportunity to get our county government on the right track.  The easy way out is to pass along a tax increase.   I sum up my disappointment by asking “why did any of you run for office as Republicans and what do you really stand for”?

Jim  Haas, MBA
Certified  Financial Planner
712  Mobjack Place
City  Center
Newport  News, VA 23606

Please distribute my letter and make sure you use my name for credibility.  Nothing worse than anonymous criticism.
Jim Haas

Forwarded by the York County Citizen’s Forum

Hey Rob

I am going to resign from the leadership of the Peninsula Tea Party.

But I so love the Tea Party Patriots calls and The VTPPF calls, I was wondering if I could switch my authority to listen to the York County Tea Party.


Thanks for you consideration of the matter.


I have notified Carl, bit not the group, so could you hold off talking about it until I let you know.


Thanks for your consideration of this matter.



In Victory,



Friday, March 30, 2012

April Observer Newsletter

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Thursday, March 29, 2012

York County Board of Supervisors' Meeting Agenda

Click on the link below to view the April 3, 2012, Regular Meeting Agenda of the York County Board of Supervisors.


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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Langley Winds to Perform at the Tabb Library on April 16


Enjoy a concert given by the United States Air Force Langley Winds woodwind ensemble of the USAF Heritage of America Band at 7 p.m. on April 16 in the Tabb Library meeting room.
The concert is free and open to the public.
Langley Winds features the diverse talents of six professional musicians whose commitment to excellence has earned worldwide acclaim and military distinction. Langley Winds presents polished and passionate performances of the woodwind ensemble literature as well as transcriptions and patriotic favorites. Enjoy hearing these virtuosic orchestral solo instruments in an intimate chamber music setting.
For more information on library programs and resources, visit or contact the Tabb Library at 890-5120 or the Yorktown Library at 890-5207. Visit the Tabb Library at 100 Long Green Blvd., Yorktown, VA 23693 or the Yorktown Library at 8500 George Washington Memorial Hwy., Yorktown, VA 23692. Library hours are Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m.

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One Citizens View on Budget Cuts

The following is one citizen's view on the York County School Division Budget process; others are welcome.

This week the School Board is meeting [in work sessions] and they hold the fate of Tabb’s Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) Cadet program in their hands.  
The Secretary of the Navy approved and offered York County School Division (YCSD) the chance to add the Naval National Defense Cadet Corp (Navy –NDCC).
The YCSD was presented a budget based on the last few years and the School Board would not see costs above what they have supported in prior years.  The NJROTC Commander would be willing to take at least a ten percent pay cut.  If the claim is increased costs, that is not true.  They can stay within budget.

So, when the YCSD Board offers a second elective for Freshmen, the NJROTC cadets would be able to apply for NJROTC again, and be reinstated.

Please let the School Board know what you think.


Bill Townsley, Col, USAF (Ret)
Yorktown, VA 23693

The York County Citizens Forum neither indorses nor refutes citizen positions, only encourages civil citizen involvement and debate.
Forwarded with Col Townsley’s permission.

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Yorktown 2012 Events Calendar now available


Yorktown 2012 Events Calendar now available
March 27, 2012
Looking for new and exciting events to enjoy with your family and friends this year? 
Then be sure to pick up a copy of the 2012 Historic Yorktown Events, Festivals, and Activities Calendar, which is packed with information for the entire year. 
Among the special events returning this year are Yorktown Market Days, Celebrate Yorktown Committee Summer Concert Series, and the Pirates Invade Yorktown event. 
Some additional returning favorites include the 7th Annual "Shagging on the Riverwalk" Beach Music concert series, Virginia Symphony Concert, Yorktown Day Celebration, the 8th Annual "Rhythms on the Riverwalk" jazz and country fall concert series and the Yorktown Wine Festival. 
New events this year include expanded activities and programs for Civil War Weekend occurring Memorial Day Weekend and other dates throughout the year as well as Yorktown Maritime Weekend June 1-3. Yorktown is an affiliate port for OpSail 2012 Virginia and will welcome tall ship visits and other maritime activities as part of this event. 
The 2012 season concludes with the annual Yorktown Celebrates Christmas events including a Holiday Open House weekend and two full weekends of family fun and holiday traditions with the Tree Lighting, Christmas Market on Main Street, Lighted Boat Parade, Cookies with Santa, Toyland Parade and Breakfast with Santa. 
The event calendar is published by York County Tourism. Complimentary copies of the 2012 Event Calendar are available at The Gallery at York Hall, 301 Main Street, at the corner of Main and Ballard Streets and at York County Parks and Recreation, 100 County Drive, and at the Public Information Office at 224 Ballard Street. 
Event calendars may also be viewed and downloaded in a PDF format online at

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Monday, March 26, 2012

April Events at the Senior Center of York

March 26, 2012




A variety of educational and entertaining programs are being offered at the Senior Center of York in April.

Participation is open to seniors age 55 or better and their spouses, regardless of age. The center is located in the Washington Square Shopping Center at 5314 George Washington Memorial Highway (Rt. 17), and is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The center is closed all county holidays. 

Reservations are required for all sessions and are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. To register, stop by the center or call 898-3807. For more information, please visit



Annual Senior Health & Safety Fair, Friday, April 13 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Be sure to mark this important annual event on your calendar. Come and take advantage of the many free health screenings including cholesterol, blood pressure, weight and height screenings, and a diabetes risk assessment provided by Sentara Community Health and Prevention. The York Lion's Club will offer free vision and hearing screenings, the Orthopaedic & Spine Center will provide bone density screenings, Sentara Sleep Disorder Center will perform sleep analysis and Charney Chiropractic will do spine alignment assessments. In addition, at noon, Dr. Boyd Hayes with Orthopaedic & Spine Center will give a free lecture on Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Other service organizations will be on hand to answer questions and provide information to help you maintain a healthy and independent lifestyle. Refreshments, door prizes, and a light lunch will also be provided. Attendees are asked to pre-register for the cholesterol screenings and the free lecture. For all other screenings and general attendance, walk-ins are welcome. To pre-register for the cholesterol screening and lecture, and for further information concerning the fair, please call the Senior Center of York at 898-3807. 


Scrapbooking & Spring Greeting Cards, Monday, April 16 from 9 a.m. to noon. Join us as Cathy Fowler of Creative Memories shows how to make beautiful cards and assists you with your scrapbook. You can also enjoy using the Cricut machine, which helps to design your cards. These cards and your personalized scrapbook create lasting memories and make wonderful gifts for your loved ones. Note: Please limit to four cards.  


Annual Tea, Wednesday, April 18 at 1 p.m. "Presidential Marriages." Ms. Feather Schwartz Foster, an author and amateur presidential historian, will discuss the dynamics of the marriages of Ulysses S. Grant and William Howard Taft, and the encouragement and support given by their wives Julia and Nellie to help them reach the White House. Ms. Foster will be available for book signing. Light refreshments will be served. Registration for this program will conclude on April 16 or until space is full.

"Growing Vegetables in Containers," Thursday, April 19 at 10 a.m. Learn to grow your own vegetables with York County Extension Agent Dan Nortman. The proper use of containers and how to grow just about any kind of vegetables are topics that will be discussed. Light breakfast items will be available at 9:30 a.m. and this program will begin at 10 a.m. For more information and to register, please call 898-3807.


April Birthday Bash, Friday, April 20 at 1 p.m. Come relive the memories and happy days with the always fun and highly energetic Wayne King. Mr. King and his side kick Katherine will entertain us with a variety of music from the 50's and 60's including Elvis and Jerry Lee Lewis, to name a few. Remember, you do not have to be celebrating a birthday to attend. Cake provided by Humana and beverages will be served. 


AARP Driver Safety Program, April 30 & May 1. This program is designed for drivers age 50 or better, and will take place on Monday, April 30 from 12:30 – 4:45 p.m. and Tuesday, May 1 from 12:30 – 4:30 p.m. The cost for this two-day program is now $12 for members of AARP and $14 for non-members. Fees should be paid by check and made out to AARP. Class registration may be made in person at the Senior Center, by phone, or by mail. Note: AARP membership, which cannot be processed the day of a class, is not required for class registration. There is no "behind the wheel" driving performed in this program. Drivers age 55 or better must attend both classes to receive the state mandated three-year automobile insurance reduction. Many insurance companies are giving insurance reductions to drivers age 50+ with the same attendance requirements. Those less than age 55 should check with their insurance company to see if they are entitled to the three-year insurance reduction. Class enrollment is limited to 25.


April & May Trips with Historic Triangle Center in Williamsburg: 

Washington DC/Cherry Blossoms/Smithsonian Institute, Wednesday, April 4. The bus will only depart from the Historic Triangle Senior Center for this trip. The trip includes dinner and lunch on your own at the Ronald Reagan Building Food Court.


"Jonah" at the Sight & Sounds Theatre in Lancaster, PA, May 3, 4, & 5. Travel to beautiful Pennsylvania to see the Sight & Sounds production of "Jonah" in Lancaster County. We'll also visit Chocolate World in Hershey and travel to Chalfont to view their gardens and watch dolls being made for Williamsburg. The bus will depart from the Senior Center of York, at a time to be announced later.


For fee information and to register for each of these trips, please call 898-3807 or drop by the Senior Center of York front desk.


Computer General Use. The computers are available for general use Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. unless the lab is reserved for programmed activities. Currently, classes are held on Tuesdays in the lab. To use the computers you must sign in at the Senior Center front desk. 


Dining Club. Want to meet new people, have fun and enjoy a midday meal? The Dining Club meets at the Senior Center on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.  Participants can play Wii, bingo, dominoes, crafts or take part in a variety of other activities at the Center.  Participants must be age 60 or over and register with the Peninsula Agency on Aging by calling 873-0541. Note: The Dining Club will be closed April 9 through April 13.


Beginning Line Dancing. If you are interested in learning Beginning Line Dancing, please call the Center at 898-3807 to leave your name and phone number. If there is enough interest, we will begin a new class.   


Mark Your Calendar


Picnic in the Park, Friday, May 11 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Yorktown Beach Picnic Area.  Join us for an exciting time with food, games, and prizes provided by Humana at the Yorktown Waterfront. The menu will include hamburgers, hot dogs, Lorenzo's special fried fish, potato salad, baked beans, cole slaw and beverages.  Suggested donation is $3.50 and payable at the event.  Registration will run April 16 through May 9 or until space is full. In case of inclement weather, this event will take place at Crooks United Methodist Church.   





A Letter

                        On the 6th of March, Virginia had a presidential primary election. The Governor endorsed Mr. Romney, The Lt. Governor is his Virginia campaign manager and as a subsidiary of the establishment National Republican Party, it is difficult to believe that the Republican Party of Virginia did not look favorably upon Mr. Romney.

            I do not challenge the statement of the Chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia, that all of the candidates knew the rules and some just failed to achieve the minimum standard. The question therefore, is not if the resulting ballot and the subsequent allocation of state delegates were done in accordance with current law and RPV regulations, but rather, have these existing laws and regulations taken away from the citizens of the Commonwealth the capacity to select the candidates and have placed the real election process in the hands of the establishment political elite?

             We have our own "K Street" gang. There are almost one thousand lobbyists in Richmond representing an almost equal number of firms. If we have legislation, regulations and lobbyists in Richmond like in Washington, and election power in the hands of the establishment elements of both parties, do we in Virginia not then also have an elite intellectual, financial and political Oligarchy? 

            Oligarchies do not govern, they rule. Maybe it is no wonder that Virginia got an "F" in the nationwide corruption survey. Perchance our state representatives are mere pawns in the Ruling Oligarchy's game played for the amusement of the people.

Bob Dewey


Fw: Ron Buchanan

Fellow Hobbyists: Good news regarding one of our really active VPCCC members. Ron is recovering from Heart Surgery --  He is heavily involved in the York High School Show – And an Officer in the TSRA Club.
Thanks Hal and Dave!!


From: Kim and Dave Williman  
Sent: Sunday, March 25, 2012 4:36 PM
To: Hal Hartel
Subject: RE: Ron Buchanan


Went to see him at Norfolk Sentara today, Sunday. He has good color and is still in ICU but they may move him tomorrow to a private room.

He is off pain meds and for the most part says pain is a 5. The doctor says he is progressing well and depending on his progress he could be home by Wednesday or Thursday.



Subject: Ron Buchanan
Date: Sat, 24 Mar 2012 21:41:04 -0400

Any news on Ron?

Thanks, Hal

President of VPCCC
"It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit." -
  --  Harry Truman
Harold D. Hartel
100 Kayla Ct.
Yorktown, Va.
2 3 6 9 3
Home # 757/867-6336

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Saturday, March 24, 2012

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A Letter

            Once upon a time, really not so long ago, the President of the United States waited at a red light along with the citizens he was elected to govern. Today, Caesar's chariot with full armed escort proceeds along cordoned off avenues. There are no red lights. There are no citizens.

            Once upon a time, charity was a human characterization of the teachings of the Bible. Today we have "entitlements" based upon the political manipulations of the Ruling Oligarchy

            We are a nation founded on the truths and Commandments of the Bible.  Many have heard the phrase, "Charity begins at home" which is a responsibility scribed in Timothy to reflect love to others, particularly other members of the Church family. Charity is to the benefit of the giver not the receiver. When your friends come to your aid, do you not require honesty to yourself and to them of your plight? Are not the souls of the givers uplifted and yours beholden?

            Today, for political purpose, the Ruling Oligarchy attempts to replace charity with entitlements. A faceless bureaucrat gives, not of himself but of that taken from others, to a recipient who has no need to affirm to anyone, least of all to himself, his plight because the Federal benefit is not charity it is an entitlement. Entitlements give no benefit to the giver or obligation to the receiver. The Ruling Oligarchy is the only beneficiary.

            The Ruling Oligarchy has replaced the good and righteous conditions of charity with entitlements. The question is, are we as a society prepared to remove entitlements from the clutches of the Ruling Oligarchy and pay the price to bring charity home?

Bob Dewey





One Citizens View of the BoS Tax Increase Strategy

Dear York County BoS,

My name is David Ware, I live off Lakeside Drive. I  have been following your budget deliberations in the Virginia Gazette and see you want to raise the tax rates rather than reduce expenditures like we will have to do in order to pay the additional money you will extort from us.

For me, it is so disappointing to see government at all levels play the budget game:
1.   An unelected, high paid bureaucrat proposes a tax increase.
2.  The governing body balks at such a drastic increase and demands the unelected high paid bureaucrat cut expenses.
3.  Cuts, as always, are made at the expense of teachers, fire, police, trash pick up, sewer maintenance, the areas that actually do have some positive impact, never cuts are made to administration, legal, codes, the people that make sure yard sale signs are not on highway rights-of-way, the people who respond to anonymous snitching by acrimonious neighbors about too many cars in the driveways and other violations that cause us so much pain.
4.  The special interests related to said "cuts" promote their cause with pronouncements that the sky will fall in, houses will burn to the ground, children will be uneducated and so on.
5. After hours of "hard work," "tough decisions" are made and a compromise is reached.
6. A public hearing is held where the special interests come to compliment the BOS on their "hard work" and congratulate them on being so "reasonable."  Some may show up and fuss about the spending, others are unable to attend.
7. Depending on the public hearing, the unelected bureaucrat may be directed to cut a little more off the budget.
Your process is now at points six and seven.  After some forty years of watching this game being played, I have  some observations:
1.  The people charged with cutting budgets are the ones that need to be cut.
2.  The elected rulers, such as yourselves, never have any suggestions as to how we, the taxpayers, are supposed to come up with the extra money you are about to take from us, by force.
3.  It is more rare than a four leaf clover to find an elected representative willing to provide any kind of leadership in restraining the growth of government.
Many years ago when I was in school, the definition of socialism was when everyone has their snout in the public trough. I hope that at least some of you would do something to halt the Juggernaut.
David Ware

Forwarded with permission from David Ware.
York County Citizens Forum

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Friday, March 23, 2012

Fw: Community Meeting Notice April 19th VPCCC > Hampton Christian School

Fellow VPCCC Reps – Forwarded as requested.
Thanks Hal!
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2012 5:45 AM
Subject: Community Meeting Notice April 19th VPCCC > Hampton Christian School

Please share.




Reminder > note new LOCATION



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Community Meeting Notice

The Virginia Peninsula Car Club Council was established to support the Automotive Clubs and Auto Enthusiasts in the Va. Peninsula Region and surrounding areas.  VPCCC is a not-for-profit group (


The VPCCC meets on the third Thursday of the month (Except Dec.)   at 7:00 pm Please consider coming as our guest. 


April 19th  is our next meeting


Guest Speaker

  Dave Westenberger

Colonial Va. Model A Ford Club

Climbing Pike's Peak in Model 'A' Fords





Hampton Christian Schools Inc.

2419 N. Armistead Ave.

Hampton, VA 23666


Facing front of the school > Enter the gym from the right side thru  double  doors (See VPCCC sign.)


Call or email Hal Hartel for more information.    


FYI-We have clubs, individuals and businesses as members from Chesapeake, Charles City, Chester, Denbigh, Gloucester - Middle Peninsula, Hampton, Isle of Wight, James City County, Newport News, Norfolk, Poquoson, Portsmouth, Smithfield, Suffolk, Va. Beach, Yorktown, York County, Williamsburg of Virginia and Elizabeth City & Outer Banks of  N.C.


Thanks,  Hal
Past Chairman of Va Fall Classic
President of Va Peninsula Car Club Council

 "It is amazing what you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit!" Harry S. Truman

Harold D. Hartel
100 Kayla Court
Yorktown, Va. 23693



Thursday, March 22, 2012

Reminder: York Co. on Stossel @ Thu Mar 22 9pm - 10pm (

York Co. on Stossel

John Stossel will be doing a story on "illegal jobs" unconstitutional regulations & land use policies including Virginia's York County. Greg Garrett will be on the show.
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Updated York County Tax Map

The following tax map was recently updated on the website.  You may download it manually, or click on the link below.  (Olde Port Cove, Sec 3, lots 58 & 59 & vacated right of way - Resub. - 142 & 200 Chinquapin Orchard)

If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail or call the GIS department at (757) 890-3899.

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