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VIRGINIA: At an adjourned meeting of thei <br /> Board of Supervisors of Chester- <br /> field County held at the CourtW <br /> ho~se on A~ril 20, 1949 at <br /> 5:00 p.m. <br /> <br />Present: <br /> <br />J. G. Hening, Chairman <br />J. C. McKesson <br />Irvin G. Homer <br />H. T. Goyne <br />James W. Gordon, Jr. <br /> <br />Absent: <br /> <br />P .W.Covington <br /> <br />~This day there appeared before the Board a delegation from the Village of I~iatoaca <br />with a petition si~ned by approximately 50 residents of Matoaca, requesting that a <br />~.water system be installed in that Village. Upon consideration whereof and on <br />'~motion of James W. Gordon, Jr., it is resolved that this matter be referred to the <br />Executive Secretary for a study and report at a later meeting. <br /> This day l~r. Gordon stated he felt there had been a misunderstanding regarding the <br /> charge of $50.00 for water connections in Chesterfield County, and in order to <br /> clarify the ~ter he wished to offer the following motion: <br /> <br /> Be it resolved that a water connection furnished in Chesterfield County be $50.00, <br /> to be paid in advance and shall be alike for all persons except those who now have <br /> a different contract agreement with Chesterfield County. <br />This day the Executive Secretary stated ~at if there was any possibility of re- <br />,assessing property this year, the first thing that should be done would be to brink <br />up to date the land identification map and in order to do this it would be necessary <br />'to employ a draftsman on part time basis. Upon consideration whereof, and on <br />;motion of Irvin G. Homer, it is resolved that the Executive Secretary be and he <br />ilhereby is instructed to make an agreement w~th a qualified draftsman to bring this <br />~map up to date. <br /> <br /> ~This day again the K~Rtter of purchasing water meters came before the Board, and the <br /> Executive Secretary informed the Board that all meters had been installed and had <br /> i to make connmctions ~ithout meters, <br /> '~Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of Irvin G. Honker, it is resolved that th~ <br /> IExecutive Secretary be and he hereby is instructed to contract the Badger ~4eter <br /> ~Company's representative and if possible to secure a better price than the one quote~, <br /> land if not, to place an order for 500 5/8" meters at that price, with instruction,s <br /> to ship 100 i~m~ediately and the balance to be held until further authorization to <br /> iship, and should there be a drop in prices Chesterfield County should get the benefi~ <br /> ~ therefrom ~ <br /> This day the matter of the rate for the sale of water in Chesterfield County c~me <br /> before the Board for Ccmsideration. Upon consideration whereof, and cn motion of <br /> H. T. Goyne, it is resolved that the monthly rate o~ sale for water in Chesterfield <br /> ~County shall be ~2.00 for the first 500 cu.ft, or pertion thereof, and 40¢ per 100 <br /> cu. ft. for ~ll water over 500 cu. ft. and that this rate shall be effective as of <br /> 'June 1, 1949. <br /> iAnd be it further resolved that the Utilities Department be and it hereby is instruc$- <br /> ed to inform the water users of this change. <br /> <br /> This day Mr. Gordon stated that he knew in Bon Air ti~ere ware a number of pers~s wh9 <br /> !has agreed to take water from Chesterfield County if and when water should be <br /> ~installed in the Village of Bon Air, but had f~iled to connect and he supposed there! <br /> were a n~nber of like people throughoutl the County. Upon consideration whereof, <br /> and on ~otion of James W. Gordon, Jr., it is resolved that the Executive Secretary be <br /> and he hereby is instructed to make an examination of petitions for water and write <br /> a letter to all those who had not yet connected, and where the County is in position i <br /> to give service at the present time, to reeuest that they connect to the water system, s. <br /> <br /> This day the matter of the discontinuing water service on delinquent accounts was <br /> again brought before the Board. Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of James <br /> iW. Gordon, Jr., it is resolved that ~. Colston, as Director of theUtilities DepartW <br /> '~ment, be and he hereby is authorized and directed to discontinue the water service o~ <br /> any delinquent water user which is more than thirty days in arrears in their account~ <br /> ~and that the service will not be reconnected until the entire amount of the arrears <br /> has been paid. <br /> And be it further resolved that a charge of ~l.O0 shall be made for the re-establish- <br /> ment of this service. <br /> <br /> This day the Executive Secretary presented to the Board a notice from the Atlantic <br /> Coast Line Ry. Company that they would make an appeal for the discontinuance of the <br /> !flag-station at Bell's Bluff and ~eams for passenger trains Nos. 80 and 89. Upon <br /> consideration whereof, and on motion of H. T. Goyne, it is resolved that this notice <br /> ibe received and filed. <br /> <br />O~dered that the meeting be now adjourned until 8:O0~p.m~ ~1949~. <br /> · ~cuti~e Secretary <br /> <br /> <br />