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stating t~mt they were working on it and the people in the Village were signing up <br />and paying for connection very rapidly. Upon consideration whereof, and on motiol <br />of P. W. Covington, it is resolved that the Executive Secretary be and he hereby is <br />instructed to extend a 6" water line along Rt. 36 from Ettrick to I~toaca to serve <br />the area along the road and the Village of ~.~atoaca provided there ~ere signed and <br />nid for at $35.00 each, connections sufficient in number in the Village of Matoaca <br />ot including those along the route) to give a 12~ return for the cost of the <br />installation of the distribution system in the Village of Matoaca. <br />And be it further resolved, that it is understood and agreed that the 6" line from <br />Ettrick and ~atoaca was a natural part of the permanent development of the water <br />system of Chesterfield County. <br /> <br />This day the Executive Secretary read a letter from l~r. Irvin Craig requesting that <br />the sum of $750.00 be paid to him in connection with his services in the case of the <br />County of Chesterfield Versus the City of Colonial Heights and that this sum of <br />$750.00 be taken into account in the final settlement. <br /> <br />This day the Executive Secretary read a letter to the Board from the League of <br />Virginia Counties stating that the Executive Board of the League of Virginia Counties <br />had agreed to cooperate with the League of Municipalities in objecting to the proposed <br />increase in rates by the C & P Telephone Company and requested that Chesterfield <br />County ~ke a donation for the expense of the same. Upon consideration whereof, <br />and on motion of J. G. Hening, it is resolved that Chesterfield County cogperate <br />with the League of Virginia Counties and that an appropriation of $50.00 be made to <br />the League for this purpose. <br /> <br />This day the Executive Secretary submitted to the Board bids on truck chassis to be <br />built into fire equipment in accordance with directions of the Board at a former <br />meeting. Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of J. G. Hening, it is <br />resolved that the Executive Secretary be and he hereby is instructed to purchase two <br />Dodge trucks at $152~.95 each, to be used by the County in building two pieces of <br />fire equipment. <br /> <br />This day the Executive Secretary stated he had c~ suited with Andrews and Joyner in <br />Petersburg, and who had not produced a satisfactory bid for constructing fire equip- <br />ment for the County, and that of the other bids the Crenshaw Equipment Company of <br />Richmond was the low bidder and stated that a little money could be saved on <br />accessor~ s to the truck on the bid from the Crenshaw Equipment Company. Upon <br />consideration whereof and on motion of J. G. Hening, it is resolved that the <br />Executive Secretary be and he hereby is instructed to award to the Crenshaw Equipment <br />Company the contract for building bodies and tanks on the two pieces of fire fightin~ <br />equipment, i <br />And be it further resolved that the Executive Secretary be and he hereby is instructtd <br />to acquire the accessory equipment from another source and if money could be saved ~ <br />to purchase it separately rather than through the bid of the Crenshaw Equipment <br />Company. <br /> <br />This day l~r. H. T. Goyne presented a letter from the Petersburg Hospital Authority <br />requesting that Chesterfield County make a donation to this Fund. Upon considerg- <br />tion whereof, and on motion of James W. Gordon, Jr., it is resolved that the <br />Executive Secretary be and he hereby is requested to answer this letter and request <br />that a representative bf the Hospital Authority appear before the Board of SupervisoFs <br />on June 2, 19~9, at 8:00 p.m. to discuss this matter. <br /> <br />This day Nr. James W. Gordon, Jr., stated there had been a reouest for a water servi~e <br />at the intersection of Jahnke Road and Burroughs Street near the point where the <br />line to the Tank on the Bevin's property would be run and stated that since this is <br />a point of connection between the Bon Air System and the tank he felt it would be <br />well to install this line. Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of James <br />W. Gordon, Jr., the Executive Secretary is hereby instructed to proceed with the <br />installation of an 8" line from the Bon Air Road to the Jahnke Road to a point where <br />the branch would run to the tank location and northwardly along the right-of-way <br />to the tank location. <br /> <br />This day ~r. H. T. Goyne, stated there was a very urgent need for wa~er services at <br />the intereection o~ Rt. 1616 and Rt. l, at Parnell's Restaurant, and if water was <br />not provided for this restaurant the Health Department would take action against <br />the restaurant. Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of H. T. Goyne, it is <br />resolved that the Executive Secretary be and he hereby is ~nstructed to proceed with <br />the installation of a 6" line from the end of the line on Rt. 1616 near the inter- <br />section of R~. 1616 and RS. lO to the intersection of Ry. 1616 and R~. #1. <br /> <br />The Board, on motion of James W. Gordon, Jr., notes that this is the last meeting <br />of which Nr. W. H. Caldwell will be present in his official capacity as Executive <br />Secretary of the County of Chesterfield, before taking up his duties as Confidentiall <br />Secretary to the City ~nager of the City of Richmond, effective June l, 1949, hereb~ <br />expresses its appreciation of the services of l~r. Caldwell to the County and wishes <br />him much success in his new position. <br /> <br /> ~rdered that the meeting be now adjourned until June 2, l?~, at ~:O0 p.m. <br />'mxecutive Secretary <br /> <br /> <br />