VIRGI~ IA: At an adjourned meetln~ of th
<br />Board of Supervisors of Chesterfield
<br />County, held at the Courthouse on April
<br />15, 1949, at 8:00 p.m.
<br />J. G. Hen ing, Chairman
<br />H. T. Goyne
<br />James W. Gordon, Jr.
<br />Irvin G. Homer
<br />J. C. McKesson
<br />P. W. Covington
<br />This day the Executive Secretary presented to t he Board the tentative allocations fol
<br />the Primary and Secondary Highway Systems in Chesterfield County, which allocations
<br />are received and filed.
<br />The Executive Secretary is an motion of J. C. 14cKesson authorized to have the
<br />following cases rezoned:
<br />(1) In Dale Magisterial District on the west side of Rt. 10, at the intersection of
<br />Rt. l0 and Rt. 641, a distance of 300 feet along Rt. lO with a depth of 200 feet.
<br />This apulication is made by Mr. J. E. Lundie, and is for rezoning from Agriculture
<br />to Local Business.
<br />(2) In Manchester ~,~gisterial District in the Village of Granite, on the east side
<br />of Rt. 683, all of that area now being developed by Schmidt & Wilson, as a subdivision
<br />known as the Granite tract, with the exception of the Block along the Southern R~.
<br />This application is made by Schmidt & Wilson and is for rezoning from Agriculture
<br />to Residential-2, and
<br />Further, that the area inunediately along the Southern Ry. tracks east of the Rt. 683
<br />and south of the Southern Ry. for a distance of approximately 700 feet, from ~gri-
<br />culture to b~nufacturing.
<br />(3) In Manchester Magisterial District in the subdivision of Grindall Creek Park,
<br />Lots #1 in Block A, at the corner of Watkins Avenue and Courthouse Road. This appliT
<br />cation is made by the Chase Construction Company, and is for r ezoning from Residenti$1
<br />to Local Business.
<br />(4) In Manchester Magisterial District on the north side of the Midlothian Turnpike..
<br />Rt. 60, approximately 700 feet east of the intersection of Rt. 60 and RD.678, a
<br />frontage of 220 feet, more or less, and a depth of 100 feet. This application is
<br />made by Mr. Milton W. Clarke and is for rezoning from Agriculture to Local Business.
<br /> (5) In R~nchester Magisterial District on Rt. 10, at the southwest intersection of
<br /> Rt. l0 and Rt. 1666, a distance of 100 feet on Rt. lO with a depth of 150 feet on Rt
<br /> 1666. This application is made by Mr. J. E. Bailey and is for rezoning from Agri-
<br /> culture to Local Business.
<br /> (6! In Manchester Magisterial District on Rt. 643, approximately 500 feet south ,of
<br /> Rt 543 and Rt. 651, a distance of 200 feet along Rt. 643, with a depth of 750 feet.
<br /> This application is made by l~ir. Geo. N. Hockett of Lambert & Pettus Construction
<br /> Company, and is for r ezoning from Agriculture to General Business.
<br />(7), In Midlothian ~gisterial District on the south side of ~t. 360, between the
<br />intersection of Rt. 360 and Rt. 604, ~and Rt. 360 and RS. 654, a distance of 200 feet
<br />~along Rt. 360, with a depth of 200 fee6. This application is made by ~. Joseph H.
<br />Loehr and is for rezoning from Agriculture to Local Business.
<br />(8) In 5~idlothian Magisterial District on the south side of the Southern Ry. and
<br />fbetween the Southern Ry. and Rt. 675, a distance of approximately 2800 feet along th~
<br />ISouthern Ry., near Robious Station, with a depth of 1500 feet, more particularly notSd
<br />on the .L. and Identification Map in the Office of the Commissioner of Revenu? as .beein~
<br />Parcel ~49 and 50, Section 2. This application is made by Mr. F. R. Daniezs, er.,
<br />and is for rezoning from Agriculture to Manufacturing.
<br />'This day the Executive Secretary read a letter from the State Water Control~BaO~d
<br />regarding the emptying of sewage into the Appomattox River from Ettrick San't y
<br />District and that a report must be made on May l, 1949 and every three months there-,
<br />lafter regarding the progress being made to eliminate such pollution and together wit~
<br />this letter the Executive Secretary presented a letter from Mr. Joseph Hatchett, Cit~
<br />Manager of Petersburg, stating that Petersburg, was about to being a study of the
<br />possibility of constructing a sewerage disposal system and inquiring if Chesterfieldi
<br />County should be interested in cooperating with the City of Petersburg for the
<br />disposal of sewage from Ettrick. Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of J.
<br /> C. McKesson, it is resolved that ~he Executive Secretary be and he hereby is in-
<br /> structed to cooperate with the City of Petersburg to determine if it would be possib%e
<br /> for the sewage-f~om the Ettrick Sanitary District to be handled by the disposal planS
<br /> constructed by the City of Petersburg.
<br /> This day Mr. O. D. Parades appeared before the Board stating that he desired to have
<br /> water service on Petersburg Street near the intersection of Petersburg St. and Snead
<br /> St. and it would take approximately 700 feet of pipe from the end of the water line
<br /> on Winfree Street to his house and that he would be willing to pay a water bill
<br /> sufficient to produce a 12% return on the investment. Upon consideration whereo~
<br /> and on motion of H. T. Goyne, it is resolved that the Executive Secretary be and he
<br /> hereby is instructed to install this water line as soon as Mr. Parades furnishes a
<br /> letter stating he will guarantee this payment.
<br /> This day the Executive Secretary stated that the following list of appropriations
<br /> were necessary ~n order to balance ths.budget. Upon consideration whereof, and on
<br /> motion of James W. Gordon, Jr., it is resolved that the following appropriations be
<br /> made from the unappropri~tion of the General Fund to the various catagories: