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VIRGINIA: At an adjourned meeting of the <br />Board of Supervisors of Chesterfield County <br />held at the Courthouse on November 23,!965, <br />at 2:00 p.m. <br /> <br />Present: <br /> <br />Mr. Irvin G,Horner, Chairman <br />Mr. H. T. Goyne <br />Mr. R. J.Britton <br />Mr.J.Ruffin Apperson <br />Mt.He,bert O.Browning <br />Mr. A. R. Martin <br /> <br />Mr. Ernest P.Gates, Co~.Attorney <br />Mr. Howard A. ~'iayo, Jr. Co. Planner <br />Mr. Robt. A. Painter, Co.Engineer <br />Mr. 'M.W. Burnett, Exec/ Sec'y. <br /> <br />On motion of Mr. Apperson, seconded by ~ir. Britton, the minutes of November I0, <br />1965, be and they here~y are approved. <br /> <br />65-22U. ?~]nereas, the request of I',a~. George t'~.Gray had previously been approved <br />with some restrictions, and upon further consideration and on motion of Mr.~/~artin,. <br />seconded Any Mr. Britton, it is re~olved that a Use Permit to o~erate a cleaning <br />establishment on a parcel of land fronting 100 feet on HuguenOt Road and extending <br />northwardly 220 feet, beint 137 feet northeast of Bon ~aks Lane, be and it hereby <br />i~ 2pproved, provided th'at in addition to the cleaning establishment t~e activities <br />of the zoned property will be confined to such useasas a service station, general <br />merchandise store and miscellaneous professional offices upstairs. <br /> <br />65-73. The request of the Broad Rock Land Corporation having been deferred from <br />November 10, 1965, comes before the Board. It is now cited that the opposition <br />to this request has been withdrawn. Upon consideration whereof, and on motion <br />of Mr. Britton, seconded by Mr.Apperson, it is resolved tha£ the zoning be changed <br />from Local Business ("C-i) to General Business {C-2) and also a Use Permit granted <br />to operate an automatic lanndry and dry cleaning plant on a rectangular shaped <br />parcel of land fronting 80 feet on Broad Rock Road {Route 10) and extending' <br />westwardly 200 feet, being approximately 100 feet northeast of Kinseley Avenue. <br /> <br />This day a~a~n the .Taxicab Ordinance was considered and the Execrative Secretary <br />cited the requirements of the State Corporation Commission to be $.[5,OOO and <br /> 30,OOO insurance coverage, that the City of Richmond required $15,OO0 and <br /> 30,000 insurance coverage and that the City of Petersburg required $~0~OOO and <br /> 60,OOO insurance coverage. <br /> After considerable discussion, it is on motion of Mr. Goyne, seconded byMr. <br /> Apperson, resolved that the nm tter axain be deferred until December 8, 1965, at <br /> 11:30 a.m. and the Executive Secretary be and Be hereby is requested to get the <br /> rates for such insurance coverage and to ascertain the effect on County citizens <br /> should the insurance rates be set at $30,000 and $60,OO0. <br /> <br />65-77. Mr.J.K.Timmons, representing the Shenand"oah Corporation, comes before <br />the Board in behalf of the request fmr the rezoning from Agricultural to General <br />Business (C-2) on a 1.15 acre parcel of land of irregular shape fronting 25g feet <br />on the Midlothian Turnpike (Route 60) and extending 258 feet south~estwardly, also <br />fronting 183 feet on the western linc'of North Arch Road (Rt. 672), being west of <br />the intersection of Routes 60 and 672, which request was deferred from November 10, <br />1965, and presents a deed from the Corporation to the CouHty for a 20-ft. widening <br />strip on Nomth Arch Road. <br />~r~George.Gratton, Attorney, representing Mr. Harold Cole, states that his client <br />is not opposed to the rezoning, that all of the property along Rt.60 should be <br />zoned for business and that this is not the site for a school. <br />Mr. Henshaw states there there are several other s~tes in the area that could be <br />used to a greater advantage as school sites. <br />Mt. Robert Porter ~tates that the use for the proposed corner belonging to Mr. Cole <br />does not have to be a trucking concern. <br />Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of M~. Martin, seconded by Mr.Browning~ <br />it is resolved that the aforede~cribed parcel be and it hereby is rezoned for <br />General Business purposes. <br /> <br /> This day again the matter of installing sidewalks in the County is presented for <br /> consideration. After much discussion of the matter, ~r. Goyne makes the following <br /> motion: That the Executive Secretary get competitive bids on sidewalks in the <br /> ~ounty. Mr.Goyne votes Aye. All the other Board member~ vote Nay. <br /> <br />Upon further consideration, and on motion of Mr.Britton, seconded by Mr. Apperson, <br />it is resolved that the Executive Secretary request the Highway Department to <br />prepare plans and cost estimates on the following projects: <br /> <br /> Sidewalks on Osborne Road, from Rt. lO to Elm Street. <br /> Hopkins Road in the vicinity of Falling Creek Elementary School. <br /> Whitehead Road to serve the Re~d School. <br /> Certain sidewalks to be repaired in Ettrick. <br /> <br /> <br />