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Pre sent: <br /> <br />James G.Hening, Chairman <br />H. T. Goyne <br />P. ~V. Covington <br />Irvin G. Homer <br />J.C .McKesson <br />James W.Gordon, Jr. <br /> <br />VIRGINIA: At an adjourned meeting of the <br /> Board of Supervisors of Chester~ <br /> field County, held at the Court~ <br /> hhuse on December 28, 1948. ~ <br /> <br />This day ~r. James W. Gordon, Jr., presented to the Board a deed for <br />which the fire house at Bon Air has been built which was a gift from t he lo~ on <br /> ~Vir. Gordon to <br />Chesterfield County. Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of J ~ ' <br /> .C .McKesson <br />it is resolved th~ this deed be accepted and tha~ the Executive Secretary be <br />instructed torecord the same. <br /> <br />This day the Executive Secretary stated that in accordance with previous instructio~ <br />he had investigated the possibility of purchasing an adding machine for the Trial <br />Justice Office and that )ir. Ivey, Clerk of Trial Justice had recommended, if possi <br />the Board purchase the Burroughs Machine for the sum of $285.00, less 10~. <br />Upon consideration wheregf, and on motion of H.T.Goyne, the Executive Secretary <br />is authorized to purchase the Burroughs adding machine for the Trial Justice <br />Office. And be it further resolved ~hat the sum of $256.50 be and it hereby <br />is appropriated from the unappropriated surplus of the General Fund ~o Caloital <br />Outlay-Furniture and Fixtures. · <br /> <br /> This day the Executive Secretary stated he ?md a request from the Clerk of Court <br /> for twenty~four {2~) deed books and bids having been received f <br /> Office Supply, Everett Wadder Comoanv an~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~^ _.r.°m. thee Richmond <br /> · - ~ "~ ~---~ ~pany, wnlcn oi~s were <br /> iden6ical. Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of Irvin G. Horner~ <br />it is resolved that the Executive Secretarv be authorized to purchase twenty-four <br />(24) Deed Books for the Clerk's Office from either of these bids in accordance with <br />the wishes of the Clerk. <br /> <br />This day the Executive Secretary stated that in accordance with directions of the <br />Board of Supervisors he had received bids from the J.P.Bell Company, Everett Waddey~ <br />Virginia Stationery Company, Cole, Harding & James, and the Richmond Office Supply <br />Company for a deed book rack for the Clerk,s Office, and that the Everett Waddey <br />Company was the low bidder on this r~ck. Upon consideration whereof, and on <br />motion of Janes W. Gordon, Jr., it is resolved that the Executive Secretary be and <br />he hereby is instructed to purchase this rack from the Evere~t Waddey Company for <br />the sum of $1164.00. <br />And be it further resolved that the sum of $1164.00 be and it her~-by is appropriate~ <br />from the unapporpriated surplus of the General Fund to Capital Outlay-Furniture and <br />Fixtures. <br /> <br />is <br /> <br />This day the Executive Secretary read a letter from l~ir. J.C.~orris, County M~xna~er <br />of Warwick County, stating there was available at the Airport Authority in Warwick <br />County some fire hydrants which could be bought at a reasonable price. Upon <br />consideration whereof, and on motion of James W. ~ordon, Jr., the Executive <br />Secretary is authorized to investigate the situation and if the price is reasonable <br />to purchase the fire hydrants. <br /> <br />This day Mr. Jamed W. Gordon, Jr., reported he had conferred with the citizens of <br />Mi41othian concerning the report made by the Light Committee regarding the <br />installation of street lights in the Village of Midlothian and that he recommended <br />that the two lights within the Village be moved to other locations and that three <br />additional lights be placed there. <br /> <br />This day Nr. L. E. Walton of L. E. Walton & Compsny, appeared before the Board <br />requesting the rezoning of an area known as "Westover Park" from Agriculture to <br />Residential-2, and a portion of the same to Local Business, as indicated on the <br />Plat submitted by him, which matter had been duly sdvertised. There appearinE <br />no objections to the rezoning, it is resolved on motion of J.C.McKesson, that the <br />area now be~n~ develo ed as the subd~vxs~o " s ,, <br /> · - P ' ' ' n of We'tover Park be and the same is <br />hereby r~oned from &griculture to Residential-2. And be it ~urther resolved <br />that the area so i~dicated as Parcel ~A"on this Plat be rezoned to Local Business. <br /> <br />This day Mr. A. Clair Sager, Atty., representing <br />Board concerning the rezoning of Lots 214, 21~, Mr. Walter'Hicks, came before th~ <br /> 216 and 217, in the subdiv~ion of <br />"Cloverdale, and presented a number of facts in this matter together with a group <br />of citizens from this area; and there appeared Mr. John Pe~ sall representing a <br />group of citizens opposing this rezoning. Upon consideration whereof, and on <br />motion of J.C.McKesson, it is resolved that the application for the r ezoning ~ <br />Lots 214, 21~, 216 and 217, in the subdivision of "Cloverdale,, from Agriculture to <br />General Business be and the same is hereby denied. <br /> <br /> <br />