"Tim's Rivershore property is not a part of those plans," said
Pandak. "Everyone I have asked -- and I have asked numerous people --
'Is there any involvement of the county on behalf of KSI?' and the
answer has been no."
KSI's plans include developing land on the north and south of Tim's
Rivershore and Cherry Hill Road.
Tim Bauckman said he's received offers from KSI to purchase his land.
"For them to say there's no interest from KSI -- maybe they should
see the contract," he said. "I have four million reasons [why KSI is
Stewart said he's worried the restaurant will lose all of its summer
business, which Bauckman says gets him financially through the winter
"The county has really given an impossible task," said Stewart. "I
disagree with Mrs. [Hilda] Barg and Mr. Connaughton. There's two
things we can do."
He said the board could ask the county attorney and zoning officials
questions on how to expedite Bauckman's permitting process.
Or, he said, the board could direct county staff to issue a non-
conforming use permit, which would allow Tim's to open for another 24
months on a temporary basis.
Patriccq Love, a former 10-month county employee, agreed that a
temporary permit can be done if officials push it.
"[Bauckman's] done a majority of the things that were asked of him,"
said Love. "I don't believe there's been a comprehensive list of all
the things he needs to do."
Engineer Harry Ervin has certified Tim's Rivershore's outdoor seating
The "decks meet all safety standards" according to Virginia code,
states a signed letter stapled next to a county violation notice on
"I have not been satisfied by county staff that there is an imminent
danger of health and safety of patrons of Tim's Rivershore," Stewart
said. "I'm hearing about this from everybody. I'd really hate to see
a real landmark disappear."