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VIRGINIA: At an adjourned meeting <br /> of the Board of $~pervts~ <br /> of Chesterfield County, <br /> ~ held at the Courthouse <br /> July ES, 1943, at 10:00 <br /> e'clock A.M. <br /> <br />Present: <br /> <br />H. L. Chalkley, Chairman <br />H. T. Goyne <br />J. G. Hening <br />W. A. Horner <br />p. W. Covington <br />T. D. Watkins <br /> <br />This being the day set for the final hearing of the proposed Zoning Ordinance <br />for Chesterfield County, and for the adoption or re~ection of same, there <br />appeared at this meeting approximately twenty-five interested citizens of the <br />County, namely: Mr. R. R. Parrish, representing Mr. Millhize~ and Mr. John <br />Goddin , Goddin, interested in the passage of this Ordinance; Mr. E. A. Kyhn, <br />of Chesterfield 0ounty Petroleum Industries, Mr.J.T. Moore, Mr. William 01d, <br />Mr. A. T. Curtis and others, speaking in opposition theresa. <br /> <br />Mr. W. A. Homer, Supervisor, stated that since a considerable amount of time <br />and money had been spent on the preparationof this Zoning Ordinance,and since <br />in his opinion it was desirable that some form of ordinance be passed even <br />though the present pr0pesed ordinance needed to be amended, that it would be <br />best f or the Board to make a further study of this Ordinance looking toward <br />its adoption. <br /> <br />Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of T. D. Watkins, it is resolved that <br />the Chairman be and he hereby is requested to appoint a Committee from the Board <br />to make a further study of the proposed Zoning Ordinance and report to the <br />Board at a later meeting. Whereupon Mr.H.T.Goyne, offered an amendment <br />to this motion requesting that the Committee consist of the entire Board of <br />Supervisors. Whereupon the Chairman appointed the entire Board of Supervisors <br />as a Committee to review the proposed Zoning Ordinance in light of such <br />recommendations as have been made during the public hearings, together with the <br />intimate knowledge of the Board of Supervisors of Chesterfield County and to <br />report back to the Board when ready. <br /> <br />This day the matter of the discontinuance of a part of Route ~613, at its <br />crossing-with the tracks of the Seaboard Air Line Railway Company came before <br />the Board, and the viewers heretofore appointed in this matter made their re <br />in writing. Upon consideration 'o~'~sa~E report and other evidence it is on <br />motion resolved, that that portion of Route ~613 where it crosses the tracks <br />and property of the Seaboard Air Line Railway at a point approximately one <br />hundred and seventy-five (175') feet, norhhwardly from the said Railway Oompany's <br />Mile Post ~l©, be, and the same is hereby discontinued, but upon the express <br />conditions as follows: <br /> <br /> That the said Railway Company provide a right-of-way from said point <br />of said Route #613, northwardly to Route ~612; construct the same in accordance <br />with the specifications of the VirginiaDepartment of Highways, and upon the <br />said Highway Department's approval; that the said Railway Company provide a <br />passage way over its ~a£troad tracks and property at the point pf discon~ <br />on said Route 613; construct and maintain a permanent step-way along each of th, <br />walls of the cut robe occasioned by the reconstruction of the said railroad <br />tracks and across the said r~ilroad rails and ties, providing the necessary <br />hand rail or rails along said steps to be constructed as aforesaid, and <br /> <br /> Be it further resolved that a copy of this notice be served on the <br /> land proprietors along the roadway proposed to be discontinued, to-wit: <br /> John P. Goodman and Miss Bertha Thurston. <br /> <br />The Executive Secretary read a letter from the Department of Highways stating <br />that the abandonmer~t of the old road from the intersection of Route 617 to the <br />James i~iver, a distance of approximately 1.04 miles, and the inclusion into <br />the Secondary Highway System of a new road constructed by the Virginia Electric <br />and Power Company to the entrance of the Virginia Electric & Power Oompany's <br />plant and to the James River, which had been requested by the Board of <br />Supervisors in its meeting of May ll, 1943; had been approved by the State High <br />way Department and such transfer had been made, and the letter is received and <br />filed. <br /> <br />The Executive Secretary read a letter from Mrs. Beulah Maddra, of Light Street, <br />Ettrick, requesting the Board to have corrected a situation now existing near <br />her home apparently caused by the sewer and drainage system. Upon consider- <br />ation whereof, and on motion of P. W. Covington, the Executive Secretary is <br />requested to make an inspection of this situation and report to this Board at <br />later meeting. <br /> <br /> <br />
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