VIRGINIA: At an adjourned meeting of the
<br /> Board of Supervisors of Chesterfield
<br /> County, held at the Chesterfield
<br /> Courthouse on August 27, 1953, at
<br /> 8:00 p.m.'
<br />~r. Irvin G. Homer, Chairman
<br />F~r. H. T. Goyne
<br />Mr. J. P. Gunter
<br />Dr. Robt. O. Gill
<br />Mr. ~. J. Britton
<br />Mr. S. R. Hague, Jr.
<br />This day Mrs. Bertha Smith, wife of Jack Smith, deceased, appeared before the
<br />Board requesting some c~mpensation for a road right-of-way tsk~n by the County
<br />approximately 15 years age,~and
<br />Whereas, on the advise of the Commonwealth,s Attorney that this action ~ad been
<br />taken by the County and that said read now called the Drewry's Bluff Road,
<br />dividing Parcels 57 and 58 of Section 23-A of our present tax maps, upon
<br />consideration whereof and on mQDion of Mr. Goyne, seconded by ~v~. Brittou it is
<br />resolved that the Executive Sec~-etary be and he hereby is directed to pay to
<br />Nrs. Bertha Smith the sum of $100.00 for said right-Of-way, providing a suitable
<br />deed acceptable by the Commonwealth's Attorney be presented.
<br />Whereas, The City of Richmond has chose to install utility pipe lines within the
<br />County of Chesterfield seeking only the permission of the State Highway Depart-
<br />ment, and
<br />Whereas, the Board of Supervisors, the governing Body of the County of Ch~
<br />has been advised that it is protected by the laws of the Commonwealth against
<br />such invasion,
<br />~ow, Therefore, Be it Resolved, on motion of Mr. Britton, seconded by Mr. Goyne,
<br />that this Board direct the Commonwealth's Attorney to institute such legal
<br />proceedings as are necessary to enjoin and aba~e this practice with the sole idea
<br />being that with the installation of such utility lines the County of Chesterfield
<br />may suffer severe hardships in the future installation of its sewerage, water
<br />~'Ad gas systems.
<br />This day the Exec~,tive Secretary 'read a letter which he had written to the State
<br />Water Control Board, setting forth the County's position in the treatment of
<br />sewerage in the Ettrick S~nitary District.
<br /> Upon consideration whereof m~d on motion of Dr. Gill, seconded by M~. Goyne,
<br />it is resolved that said letter be approved and the same be sent to the S~tate
<br />Water Control Board.
<br />This day the Executive Secretary read a letter from General Anderson, Governor
<br />Battle, ~d Mr. Thomas Stanley, replying to the resolution on toll roads and
<br />it was ordered that said letters be filed with the Board's papers.
<br />This day again the matter of constructing a road from Rt. l0 to Rt. 618 for the
<br />primary benefit of the Allied Chemical Company was discussed before the Board,
<br />Whereas, it was learned that the survey which the State Highway Department wanted
<br />to make had not been made,
<br />Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of ~,~r. Goyne, seconded by Dr. Gill, it
<br />is resolved that the Executive Secretary be and he he.by is directed to write to
<br />Mr. Snead, District Engineer, Virginia Department of Highways requesting the
<br />Highway Deparment to do everything possible to expedite this survey.
<br />On motion oi' bh~. Britton, seconded by Dr. Gill, it is resolved that this Board
<br />reque.st the Highway Department to inst~ll a culvert on Derwent Avenue, at the
<br />intersection of Whitehead Avenue, at a cost not to exceed $50.00, to be paid
<br />from the County's 35 Road Fund.