<br />VIRG~iIA: At an adjourned meetLng of the
<br /> Board of Supervisors of Chester,
<br /> field County, held at the Court.
<br /> house cn November 29, 1949, at
<br /> 5:00 p.m.
<br />J.G.Hening, Chairman
<br />J. C .McKesson
<br />H. T. Goyn ·
<br />PiW. Covington
<br />Irvin G. Horner
<br />James W. Gordon, Jr.
<br />This day the application of M.D.Jones for the rezoning of a Lot 20Ox2OO feet ~ the
<br />west side of Ferndale Avenue in ~mtoaca District was continued until the meeting of
<br />December 13, 1949.
<br />Upon consideratiou of the application of the Rev. E.D.~lcCrae for the rezoning of a
<br />ilot 200 x 200' on Rt. #lO, approxii~mtely 800 feet west of the Seaboard Airline ~y.
<br />ithe same is c~ motion resolved that the said Lot be rezoned from Agriculture to Lo~a$
<br />. Business.
<br />~Upon consideratica of the application for the rezoning of the part of the Plan of
<br />Bellmead and part of the Plan of Normandale Terrace in Bermuda District, bounded on ~he
<br />'north by the center line of Proctor's Creek, and on the east by the property of Gte-
<br />gory, south by the north line of Forest GlenStreet in the Plan of Normandale Terrac~
<br />and west by the east line of ~errimac Avenue in said plans, excepting therefrom Lotst
<br />13& through 38, in Block 7, in the Plan of Bellmead the same is on motion res lved
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<br />~that the sa~d applicatica be granted and the said property ~s rezcaed from AgricultUre
<br />'to Manufacturing.
<br />In the matter of the application for a Use Permit for general business in the agri-
<br />!cultural area by ~lr. H. H. Wells of the Bocosham Hatcheries, Inc., it is au motion
<br />Iresolved that the Use Permit be granted for general business.
<br />iThis day again the matter of the right of w~¥ for the improvement of Granite Road
<br />icame before the Board and came also numerous persons interested in the stone. Up, m
<br />!consideration whereof, and on motion of Irvin G. Hornet, it is resolved that the
<br />Executive Secretary be and he hereby is requested to have Mr. Kellam or other re-
<br />presentatives of the State Highway Department and Mr. John Bates, Agent of this Boar~
<br />in obtaining rights-of-way, and other interested persons to appear before the Board
<br />at its next regular meeting, December 13, 1949, and tO obtain all necessary plats,
<br />surveys and plans, so that the matter might be finally settled.
<br /> ,,~h~s. davy ~r~. L~zuwood Weisiger, princi~pal owner of certain property known as "Lynnhavau''.
<br /> i~c~n~s~er~Dis~rict.~, lo.c .at ed. .on .Rt. 360, came before the Board and requested this Bo~d'
<br /> ~o ~a~e_u~er cons mc er,a~on ~ne ~mprovements of certain roads in that property where~n
<br /> ne na~ ouilt numerous houses. Upca consideration whereof, and ca motion of
<br />J. C. McKesson, it is resolved that the Executive Secretary and ~&r. Kellam, Resideat~
<br />!E~gineer Virginia Dept. of Highways, view these roads and make report to this Board
<br />fat its next regular meeting.
<br />iThis day ~r. G. J. Perkinson of the Ettrick Sanitary District, came before the Board
<br />iand requested this Board to grant him two building permits for the erectica of two
<br />Ihouses ca a frontage of 86 feet ~ Third Avenue between River Road and Boisseau
<br /> Street. Upon consideration whereof, and'on motion of Mr. P. W. Covington, it
<br /> is resolved that building permits be issued to Mr. Perkinson for these houses.
<br /> This day the applicatioa of Isaac Cooley for a permit from this Board to build two
<br /> houses ca 100 feet of ground in West Chesterfield Heights came before this Board, a:~d
<br />up~] consideration whereof, ~d it appearing that Isaac Coole did not a ar before
<br />this Board, it is on motion, resolved that the same be continuYed until t~ePenext regular
<br />meeting of this Board.
<br />!This day the Executive Secretary presented to the Board an application of the Americsn
<br />tLegion Post No. 196, Chester, Virginia, for a right to erect a monument in memory of
<br />all persons who served in the War$~of this Country. The Executive Secretary des-
<br />cribed the same as being 7 feet high, 18" thick, 3 feet wide, on which would be an
<br /> inscription as follows: "American Legion Emblem ~edicated to All Men and Women
<br /> S.erving in All Wars". Upon consideration whereof and on motion, it is resolved
<br />that permission be granted for the erection of this monument and the s~e is referre~
<br />lto the Buildings and Grounds Committee for selection of the proper site on the Court.
<br />thouse green.
<br />This day there was presented to the Board the deed from Fred H. Lord and wife to the
<br />County of Chesterfield, cc~veying a 15-foot strip of land lying just north and adja-
<br />cent to the fire department in Bca Air.
<br />Upon cG:sider~ti~ whereof, and on motioa, it is resolved that said deed be accepted
<br />and that the Executive Secretary be ~Ad he hereby is directed t~ have the same re-