Agenda, Packets, Minutes
11/17/2005 3:23:38 PM
11/15/2005 12:29:50 PM
Board of Supervisors
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This day the Executive Secretary presented to the Board plans and specifications for1 <br /> ca . ~ <br />a filing binet and book racks for the Trial Justice office. Upon consideration~ <br />~hereof, and on motion, the Executive Secretary is requested to get three bzds or <br />more, and report to the Board. <br /> <br /> motion, it is resolved that the fire insurance on the three fire trucks be and <br />same is hereby ordered to be obtained and the same placed along with the blanket <br />coverage. <br /> <br />This day there was presented a letter from I~r. R. P. Johnson, Sanitary Engineer, of <br />the Division of the Budget, State of Virginia, to the Board and read. Upon <br />consideration whereof, and on motion, ~he Commonwealth's Attorney is directed to <br />inquire as to whether or not Mr. Johnsc~ is an authorized person to sign an agreement <br />in conformity with the letter. <br /> <br />This day the Executive Secretary presented to the Board a survey by W. W. LaPrade & <br />IBros., shnwing the proposed road through property owned by E. L. Mumma and running <br />Ito the County dump in Bermuda District, Chesterfield County. Upon consideration <br />twhereof, and on motion, it is resolved that the charges for this survey be paid. <br /> <br /> This day the Executive Secretary presented a survey and statement of costs for such <br /> sur~ey to the Board showing a road known as Rollings Road, running northwardly from <br /> the Granfte Road. Upon consideration whereof, and on motion, it is ~rdered that <br />Ithe bill for such survey be paid. <br /> <br />~This day the matter of the road into the County dump in Bermuda District running <br />across the property of J. G. Gay came before the Board. Upon consideration whereof, <br />and on motion, the Commonwealth's Attorney is requested to investigate t~e records <br />of the Ccunty to determine whether or not this Board has a right-of-way by description <br />or otherwise. <br />io m~tsis~ <br /> it is resolved that this Board meet a Gommittee from the City Planning <br /> on the 5th day of December, 1949, at 3:00 p.m. <br /> <br /> This day the matter of taking over roads in "Green Acres" in Manchester District, <br /> Chester~ield County, came before the Board, and upon consideration whereof, and on <br /> motion it is resolved that ~he subdividers be and they are hereby directed to bring <br /> the road up to specificatib~s and at which time this Board will request the State to <br /> take the roads into the Secondary System. <br /> <br /> ~4r. P. W. Covingtca offered the following resolution, that this Board rescin~ its <br /> action of ~ovember 8, 1949, or that part of ira action, wherein it imposed a sewer <br /> service tax of $2.00 per month in the Ettrick Sanitary Distri~t. This motion was <br /> seconded by Mr. H. T. Goyne but failed for passage. <br /> <br />This day again the matter of the purchase of the Jahnke Barn came before the Board. <br />And whereas it appears that the Board does not desire to purchase said Dam site due <br />to the uncertainty of the necessity of acquiring this water source at this time, <br />upon consideration whereof and on motion, it is resolved that W. H. Caldwell, present <br />owner be and he hereby is requested to make sale of the same to the be~ advantage <br />possible to all parties c~cerned. <br /> <br />iordered <br /> <br /> E~ecutive Secret ary <br /> <br />that the meeting be adjourned until 4:00 p.m. December 5, 1949: <br /> <br /> <br />
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