VIRGINIA:At an adjourned meeting of the~Board
<br /> of Supervisors of. Chesterfield
<br /> County, held at the Courthouse on
<br /> July 22, 1952, at 8:00 p.m.
<br />Irvin G. Homer, Chairman
<br />H. T. Goyne
<br />Robt. O. Gill
<br />J. P. Gunter
<br />S. R. Hague
<br />R. J. Britton
<br /> This day Dr. Uill presented a request from the City of Colonial Heights.
<br /> Upon consideration whereof and on motion of Dr. Gill, seconded by ~r. Goyne,
<br /> it is resolved that this resolution Oe and it hereby is adopted:
<br /> "Whereas, there exists an unim rove
<br /> lng in an easterl d' · P d roadway thirt ( 0 f ·
<br /> . . Y ~rect~on from · . Y 3 ) eet w~de exten -
<br /> D~str~ct, Chesterfield Co,mt _ a point on. th~ Branders Bride R - ' d
<br /> ..... Y,~ nut now a par~ cZ the County orgsta~edH h
<br /> System, which point is one hundred and twenty (120) feet from a monument on the
<br /> east side of said road, which monument is approximately 300 feet distant in a
<br /> northerly direction from the Oridge over Swift Creek, which roadway extends
<br /> the corporate limits of the ~ity of ~oloni · _ into
<br /> al Hexghts where there has recently
<br /> been ouilt several homes, access to which can only be had over that portion of
<br /> said roadway in said County; and
<br /> Whereas, said City is willing to make limited improvements on said roadway, pro-
<br /> vided said County shall grant iSs permission.
<br />~ow, Therefore, Be it resolved by the Board of Supervisors of said County that
<br />said City of ColoniaI Heights is hereb}, granted permission to go in, upon and
<br />along said roadway and make such improvements thereon as it may deem necessary for
<br />the convenient use and enjoyment thereof for the benefit of any resident or pro-
<br />perty owners abutting on said roadway, located within the corporate limits of
<br />said City in said County until said permission shall be revoked. Said roadway
<br />extends from said above mentioned point S.85 degrees 30 feet E. 352 feet to a
<br />point, thence S. 54 degrees 05' East 678.6 feet, thence S.52 degrees 35' East .
<br />471.5 feet, more or less to said City Limits.,
<br />This day R~. John Frazee, ~anager of the Richmond Office of the C&P Telephone
<br />Company and ~lr. George Spears, Assistant, cm, e before the Board explaining the
<br />recommendations of the Telephone Company toward improving telephone service to
<br />the County Courthouse.
<br /> Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of Hr. Gunter, seconded by ~r.
<br />Britton, it is resolved that this Board request the Telephone Company to install
<br />two (2) additional trunk lines, making a total now .f five and the listings to
<br />be as follows:
<br /> One line to be listed as Fire and Emergency
<br /> Three trunk lines to be listed in rotation
<br /> One trunk line not to be listed; the matter of locating
<br /> switchboards is hereby referred to t he Buildings and Grounds
<br /> Committee, and the Board further requested one extension to
<br /> be installed to the Welfare Department.
<br />This day the matter of vacating certain alleys and streets in the Village of
<br />Bon Air came before the Board.
<br /> Upon consideration whereof and on motion of ~r. Gunter, seconded by ~.
<br />Britton, it is resolved that the following resolution be adopted:
<br /> Whereas, application has been made in writing to the Boar~ of Supervisors
<br /> of the County of Chesterfield, Virginia, by John H. Brothers, ~omas A.
<br /> O~eilly a~,~ ~Li~ie S. O'Reilly, his wife
<br /> Reynolds, n~s w~e to approve the vacatio~ and J. D. Reynolds and Virginia W.
<br /> and annullment of so much of the
<br /> several plats of record in the Clerk,s Office of the Circuit Court of said
<br />County showing the plan of Bon air as shown thereon the hereinafter designated
<br />alleys and streets; and it having been made to appear to the satisfaction of
<br />the said Boar~ that the said persons are all of the o~ners of properties abutt-
<br />ing such alleys and streets, that such alleys and streets have never been open-
<br />ed to puolic use and are not desirable for the development of the lands abutt-
<br />ing them or of any other lands in ~on Air, that such action will not abridge
<br />or destroy any of the rights or privileges of o~her property owners within
<br />bounds of the areas of land shown on the plats of Bon Air record, and that the
<br />would not be in the public interest to expend public funds for the opening it
<br />or maintenance of such alleys and streets: