Agenda, Packets, Minutes
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Board of Supervisors
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~I~GINIA: At an adjourned meeting of the <br /> Board of Supervisors of Chesterfield <br /> County, held at the Courthouse on <br /> July 23, 1953, at 8:00 p.m. <br /> <br />Present: <br /> <br />I~r. Irvin G.Horner, Chairman <br />Nr. H. T. Goyne <br />~4r. J. P. Gunter <br />Nr. R. J. Britton <br />Mr. S. R. Hague, Jr. <br /> <br />Absent -. <br /> <br /> Dr. Robt. O. Gill <br /> <br />This day ~. Natt Wiltshire appeared before the Board of Supervisors requesting <br />the rezoning from Agricultural to Industrial on the following described parcel <br />of land: <br /> ~In Manchester Magisterial District, a parcel of land 400 feet in <br /> width south of the Atlantic Coas~ Line ~ain Line, fronting on Rt. <br /> #lO, 240 feet and extending westwardly 2120 feet, to be rezoned from <br /> Agricultural to Industrial." <br />Came also Nr. Clinton Sheppard who spoke in favor of the plant and cited the <br />fact that the School Board wag interested in obtaining a parcel of the s~e <br />tract and that the F. H. A. had approved the building of homes next adjacent <br />to the proposed plant. Messrs. Harold Davis, Rex Gr&mm, Reese and Woodfin <br />spoke against the proposed rezoning and there were present some twenty people <br />to voice the opposition. <br /> Upon consideration whereof and on motion of ~. Britton, seconded by ~. <br />Hague, it is resolved that ~r. Wiltshire meet with a Committee of the opponents <br />to this request and attempt to effect some compromise. <br /> Upon further consideration of this matter and on mo~ion of l~r. Britton, <br />seconded by t~. Goyne, it is resolved ~hat this rezoning request be denied <br />without prejudice. <br /> <br />This day the Executive Secretary Presented the report from the Dept. of Welfare <br />and Institutions on inspection of the jail at the Courthouse, which report is <br />filed with the Board's papers. <br /> <br />This day ~. Irvin Horner reported that ~. Walter Perdue had agreed to sell to' <br />the County of Chesterfield approximately 2 acres of land next east to the Court- <br />house at a price of not more than $1000.00 per acre. <br /> On motion of ~. Hague, seconded by~r. Britton, it is resolved that this <br />Board purchase from ~. Perdue said land at not more than $1,000.00 per acre <br />and that a deed by prepared by the seller to the Co~nonwealth's Attorney for <br />his approval. <br /> <br />This day it was reported that there was an apparent violation of the Zoning <br />Ordinance in that a non-conforming chicken plant was being extended and expanded~ <br />said plant belonging to Nr. Dan Miller being the southwest corner of the inter- <br />section of Old Rt. 147 and Cherokee Road. <br /> Upon consideration whereof and on motion of ~z~. Gunter, seconded by ~4r. <br />Britton, it is resolved that the Executive Secretary investigate the condition <br />at this poultry plant and report to the Board. <br /> <br />This day the Executive Secretary reported that ~,~r. Frank G~ant was violating <br />the zoning law in that he was mining gravel on land on which a Use Permit to <br />mine gravel had been denied, and that ~. Gr~t's lawyer had advised that his <br />client was leveling his land whieh was the right of every property owner. <br /> Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of ~'~r. Goyne, seconded by <br />Hague, it is resolved %hat this Board ~efer any action on the proposed violation <br />of said zoning until after a previous complaint has been heard in Court. <br /> <br />Whereas, the County~ of Chesterfield has set aside the sum of $45,000.00 for the <br />construction of a Health Center in conjunction with the provisions of the Hill- <br />Burton Act in the budget of 1953-'54. <br /> <br />Now, Ther~efore, Be it ~esolved, on motion of ~r. Hague, seconded by ~r. Goyne, <br />that the Board of Supervisors do hereby direct the necessa~ry expenditure of <br />funds not to exceed $45,000.00 of the General Fund for the construction of a <br />Health Center in conjunction with provisions of the Hill-Burton Act. <br /> <br />The Chairm~u~ appointed ~Lr. Hague to work with the Executive Secretary to study <br />the architects' proposals and report at the next meeting of this Board. <br /> <br /> <br />
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