<br />VIRGIN IA:
<br />J. G. Hening, Chairman
<br />J~nes W. Gordon, Jr.
<br />H. T. Goyne
<br />P. W. Covington
<br />J. C. McKesson
<br />Irvin G. Homer
<br />At an adjourned meeting of the
<br />Board of Supervisors of Chester-
<br />field County, held at the Court-
<br />house on April 27, 1949, at
<br />8:00 p.m.
<br />This day again the budget for 1949-'50 which was tentatively adopted on ~rch 16,
<br /> ~ · in to law was again considered and it is
<br />lqAq. and having been advert.~.sed~ ac~cord, g ..... lb= ~,~ . including the budget
<br />~igived on motion of Ja~ms w. uor?on,~ ?r.., ~.~^+~.~2--g~neta.the same is hereby
<br />g~ ~he Department of Welfare and the ~cnoo± Dual,u, -~, ----
<br />approved and adopted as the budget for the year 1949-'50.
<br />Whereas, in accord~u~ce with law, the proposal to adopt and fix levies required by
<br />the budget for the year 1949-'50 has been made public according to law, and
<br />Whereas, this day was fixed for the public hearing of same,
<br /> Now, therefore, an motion of James W. Gordon, Jr., it is resolved that the following
<br /> general levies for the County of Chesterfield in support of this budget heretofore
<br /> adopted be and the same are fixed to-wit:
<br /> Bermuda ~isterial District ................. $2.00
<br /> Clover Hil% Magisterial Distric~l~.~[l.l~ ~. 2.00
<br /> ......... 2.O0
<br /> Dale Magisterial District .............................. 2 O0
<br /> ~isterial District ..... ~0
<br /> Manchester ~· ................... 2
<br /> Matoaca ~4agisterial District ........................... 2'O0
<br /> Midlothian ~4agisterial District ........................ 2'40
<br /> Ettrick Sanitary District ............................... l0
<br /> All Districts - Machinery ..............................
<br /> citizens from Ettrick stated that they felt they would like to have a
<br />lThis day some understanding of finances and activities of the Ettrick Sanitary
<br /> more thorough Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of J. C. McKesson, it is
<br />iDistrict. the entire Board be appointed as a Committee to investigate thmroughly
<br />resolved that the Ettrick Sanitary District, financial and adtivities, and report
<br /> all phases of ~
<br /> back to the Board at a later meeting.
<br /> i This day the Executive Secretary stated that he had purchased a number of fire hydragts
<br /> from War Surplus and that they were availab].e for installation and there had bee~pon·
<br /> considerable discussion as to where these fire hydrants should be installed.
<br /> consideration whereof and on motion of H. T. Goyne, it is resolved that the Board
<br /> go on record as being willing to install such fire hydrants as they now have on hand
<br /> in areas where the citizens are willing to pay the cost of same, plus installation,
<br /> whic~ at the present time would be set at $100.00 per fire hydrant. ~
<br /> Whereupon, I~r. James W. Gordon, requested that six fire hydrants be set aside for
<br /> use of the Bon Air Southampton Volunteer Fire Department, to be installed as
<br /> directed. ~
<br /> day the Executive Secretary presented a list of applicants for water which were~
<br /> beyond our lines and would neet certain extensions to serve them. Upon consider~.-
<br /> tion whereof, and on motion of James W. Gordon, Jr., it is resolved that the Executi'e
<br /> Secretary be and he hereby is instructed to install these connections provided they
<br /> are making a 12% return.
<br /> And be it further resolved that the Executive Secretary be and he hereby is instructgd
<br /> to install a 4" line on the Cherokee Road from the end of the present 4" line along
<br /> the Che~okee Road across the Bon Air Road and to connect with that portion of the
<br /> Gregory Water System north of the Bon Air Road·
<br /> This day the Executive Secretary stated that Jones & Robbins had requested that a
<br /> line be run along the Jahuke Road to serve "Westover Gardens" and that they were
<br /> willing to pay the entire cost of this line and to make arrangements for repayment
<br /> to them when the line produced a 12% return, either in revenue bonds, cash, or such
<br /> other aErangements as could be agreed upon by the Board and themselves·
<br /> This day the Executive Secretary read a letter from Mr. carlton C. ~ssey, County
<br /> Manager, requesting that Chesterfield County loan to Henrico County 1300 feet of
<br /> 4" transite or century pipe, stating he would guarantee that this pipe wculd be
<br /> returned at the earliest possible date.
<br /> Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of P. W. Covington, the Executive Secreta~.
<br /> is hereby authorized to loan to Henrico County 1300 feet of transite or centmry pipe
<br /> This day the Executive Secretary read to the Board & letter received from Alexander
<br /> & Brown, Financial Agents of Baltimore, Md., stating they were interested in financing,
<br /> purchasing and extending the water systems and/or sewer system in Chesterfield
<br /> County and requested that the Board appoint a Committee to meet with them. Upon
<br /> consideration whereof, and on motion of James W. Gordon, Jr., it is resolved that
<br /> the entire Board be appointed as a Con~nittee to meet with representatives of Alexandgr
<br /> & Brown on Tuesday, May 3, 19~9.
<br /> This day the Executive Secretary stated that through the efforts ofl~. J. C. McKess~
<br /> he had been able to locate a piece of property that could be used as a trash dump on
<br /> the CCC Road near Luck's Store in Midlothian District. Upon consideration where(,f,
<br /> and au motion of James W. Gordon, Jr., it is resolved that the Executive Secretary