VIRGINIA: At an adjourned meeting of
<br /> the Board of Supervisors of
<br /> Chesterfield County, held
<br /> at the Courthouse on April2~
<br /> 1943, at 10:00 o'clock A.M.
<br />H. L. Chelkley, Chairman
<br />H. T. Goyne
<br />'~,. A. Hornet
<br />T. D. Watkins
<br />Absent: J. G. Hening
<br /> p. W. Covington
<br />This being the day and time set for public hearing before the Board of ~pervisor~
<br />on the proposed Zoning Ordinance for Chesterfield County, there appeared before
<br />the Board a number of interested citizens, namely; Mr. R. R. Parrish, Atty.,
<br />representing Mr. Millhizer; Mr. J. T. Moore and Mr. W. C. Shawen, who stated
<br />that they felt the Zoning 0ommissien had presented to the Board of Supervisors
<br />an excellent ordinance and that due to the expected expansion in Chesterfield
<br />following the present emergency felt that it was necessary and expedient that the
<br />Ordinance be passed by the Board of Supervisors in its present form.
<br />There also appeared Mr. Charles Maurice, representing the General Outdoor
<br />~dvertising Company; Mr. W. M. Mayes, Coca-Cola Bottling Company; Mr. D. S. Beasle
<br />Mr. V. I. Burgess, Mr. B. W. Burgess, Mr. Chas. Flippo, Mr. A. T.Ourtis, and
<br />Mr. E. A. Kyhn, of the Virginia Petroleum Industries, who felt that there was a
<br />need for a Zoning Ordinance in Chesterfield County but stated that they felt
<br />the present Ordinance should be revised and amended to eliminate certain restricti.
<br />particularly those pertaining to business and industrial uses of property.
<br />There also appeared Mr. H. T. Goyne, member of the Board of Supervisors, who
<br />requested that he be considered as a private citizen and not as a member of the
<br />Board and as such stated that he felt that the Zoning Ordinance in its present
<br />form would w6rk a considerable hardship on him personally and numerous other
<br />property owners particularly adjacent to U. S. Route ~l.
<br />There was also present Mr. Ravee Norris, Chairman of the Zoning Commission, who
<br />informed the meeting that the Zoning Commission had given long and earnest
<br />thought to a Zoning Ordinance for Chesterfield County and had presented to the
<br />Board what they felt was the proper ordinance for Chesterfield County at this
<br />time, and offered his services for any future consideration of zoning in
<br />Chesterfield County.
<br /> There also appeared Mr. Sutherland of the State Planning Board who stated that
<br /> in comparison with Zoning Ordinances from many cities and counties in the United
<br /> States he felt that the Ordinance as presented to the Board of Supervisors was
<br /> a fair and Just ordinance and com~nded the honing Commission for their work.
<br />Now, Therefore, it appearing that more time should be afforde~ the citizens of
<br />Chesterfield County for study of the proposed Ordinance before any ~ction was tak~
<br />by the Board of Supervisors. and upon motion of W. A. Horner, it is resolve~
<br />that the fourth Wednesday of May, June and July, 1943, be set as dates for future
<br />hearings on the proposed Ordinance, at which times the Board of Supervisors
<br />will study the ordinance and hear such criticisms as may be brought to it by the
<br />citizens of Chesterfield County.
<br />And be it further resolved that on the fourth Wednesday in July, 1943, action sba1
<br />be taken by the Board of Supervisc~s upon the Zoning Ordinance as presented and
<br />Mr. H. T. Goyne voted "No" on this matter and asked that his vote be so recorded.
<br />Be it Resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Chesterfield County, Virginia, in
<br />an adjourned meeting assembled:
<br /> That Defense Plant Corporation, a corporation conhrolled by ~he United
<br />S~ates of America and created by Reconstruction Finance Corporation pursuant to
<br />~ection 5d of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act, as amended, its
<br />successors and assigns, be, and it is hereby permitted, to construct, maintain,
<br />operate, alter, repair, remove, change ~he size of and replace and l-l/2" water
<br />pipe line, under, upon, over and through a certain 30' street or read in Bellwood
<br />Farm, a Subdivision situate between the Petersburg and the James River in Bermuda
<br />Magisterial District in Chesterfield County, Virginia, known and designated in
<br />the plan of said Bellwood Farm, of record in Plat Book 3, pages 186 and 187,
<br />in the Clerk's Office in said County, as a 30' roadway, for a distance of
<br />apprcmimately 55 feet as appears on a plat attached thereto; said street or
<br />road being within the Jurisdiction of the said Board of Supervisors. The said
<br />Corporatiom, its successors and assigns, shall have ingress and egress to and
<br />from the said street or road for any and all purposes aforesaid; and shall be