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VIRGINIA:At an adjourned meeting of <br /> the Board of Supervisoru of <br /> Chesterfield County, held at <br /> the Courthouse on April l, <br /> 1952, at 8:00 p.m. <br /> <br />Present: <br /> <br /> Irvin G. Homer, Chairman <br /> H. T. Goyne <br /> J. ?. Gunter <br /> S. R. Hague, Jr. <br /> Robt. O. Gill <br /> R. J. Britton <br /> <br />This day a delegation from the Hening Heights Subdivision appeared before the <br />Board again reauesting some improvement of the roads in that area and it was <br />agreed that Rjr.~ C. F. Kellam, Resident Engineer, and the Executive Secretary <br />view these roads and at a meeting to be held later discuss the finances <br />involved. <br /> <br />This day Mr. O. W. Moore, came before the Board requesting the improvement of <br />· 3 of a mile on a road leading into the Girl Scout Camp in Clover Hill District. <br /> Upon consideration whereof and on motion of i~r. Goyne, seconded by Dr. <br />Gill, it is resolved that this matter be referred to the Road Committee for <br />consideration. <br /> <br />This day Mr. C. F. Kellam, Resident Engineer, was present at the Board and <br />pointed out that certain property at the western end of Rt. 644 was now being <br />claimed as private property. <br /> Upon consideration whereof and on motion of I~r. Britton, seconded by Mr. <br />Goyne, it is resolved that this Board recommend to the Virginia Department of <br />Highways that it abandon for maintenance .45 of a mile on the westerly end of <br />Rt. 644. <br /> <br />At this time in the meeting all of the Supervisors were given a chance to <br />discuss their road problems with Mr. Kellam, Resident Engineer, so that he <br />could tailor the Secondary road budget to fit the needs of the people. <br /> <br />This day the Executive Secretary read to the Board a resolution from the School <br />Board asking that the School Board be permitted to make application to the <br />State School Construction Fund for a total of $28,713.67. <br /> Upon consideration whereof and on motion af Mr. J. P. Gunter, seconded by <br />~r. Goyne, it is resolved that the School Board be authorized ~o seek the <br />grants from the State in the amount of $28,713.67 which sum should be expended <br />on the Bon air and Midlothian Schools. <br /> <br />This day the Executive Secretary presented six (6) bids on the installation <br />of a new heating plant at the Courthouse and pointed out that the unanimous <br />decision of all six bidders was that the old boiler could not be repaired. <br /> Upon consideration whereof and on motion of ~. Hague, seconded by Dr. <br />Gill, it is resolved that the Executive Secretary be and he hereby is <br />authorized to accept the low bid submitted on an oil furnace provided a check <br />on the reputation of the low bidder seemed satisfactory. ~ <br /> It is here noted that Mr. H. T. Goyne voted "No". <br /> <br />This day the Salary ~mmittee reported on its consideration of the ~salary <br />paid to the Executive Secretary, proposing that it be raised as of April 1st <br />to the amount of $6500.00 per year and that it be raised as of July 1, 1952 <br />to $7,000.00 per year. <br /> Upon consideration whereof and on motion of Mr. H. ?. Gunter, seconded by <br />Mr. S. R. Hague, it is resolved that the recommendation of the Salary Committee <br />be authorized as presented. <br /> It is here noted that Mr. H. T. Goyne voted "No" on this matter. <br /> <br /> Ordered that the meeting be now adjourned until 8:00 p.m. April 4, 1952. <br /> <br /> <br />