Agenda, Packets, Minutes
2/16/2006 10:56:38 AM
2/15/2006 4:15:21 PM
Board of Supervisors
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This day the representatives of the Virginia Electric and Power Company appeared <br />before the Board stating that they were building a high tension transmission line <br />connecting Chesterfield County with Bremo Bluff which would cross Chesterfield <br />County and in doing so wc~ld cross a section along Proctor's Creek, and asked <br />permission to cross this residential area. Upon consideration whereof, and on <br />motion of I~.T. Goyne it is resolved that the matter be continued until the January <br />meeting of the Board of Supervisors~ In this matter Mr. W.A. Horner voted "No" <br />and asked that his vote be so recorded. <br /> <br />This day the Executive Secretary stated that there had been authorized an additional <br />police officer for Chesterfield County Police Department and that it would be neces-~ <br />sary to purch~.se for him a nobile unit to be installed in the car and that there <br />was no sufficient funds appropriated for this unit in the budget. Upon consideratio <br />whereof, and on motion of J.C. Hening, it is resolved that the sum of $475.00 be and <br />it hereby is appropriated from the unappropriated surplus of the General Fund for <br />the purchase of a radio for the police car, budgetary code 6a-323. <br /> <br />This day ~. W.a. Homer, stated that it had been the policy of the ~oard of Super- <br />visors to grant a holiday to County employees on Christm~s Eve. Upon consideration <br />~hereof, and on motion of W.A. ~orner, it is resolved that all County employees be <br />granted a holiday on Christmas Eve, December 24, 19~6. <br /> <br />This day the Executive Secretary stated that tl~e driver and helper on the trash <br />had stated that adaition pay woula be necessary in order to prevent them from leav- <br />ing the.'work. Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of J.G. Hening, it is <br />resolved that the Executive Secretary be instructed to confer with the truck drivers <br />~$d make a settlemsnt net to exceed an increase of $10.00 per month. <br /> <br />This day the Executive Secretary stated that there had been some question concern- <br />ing the Ordinance known as a "Carnival" Ordinance es to its application to an amuse- <br />ment center permanently located. Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of J. <br />C. Hening, the Conm~nwealth's Attor~y be and he hereby is requested to examine the <br />said ordinance and recommend such changes as necessary to relieve the provisions <br />of this ordinance from affecting permanently located amusement centers in the County <br /> <br />This day ~r. E.S.H. Creene, Supt. of Schools of Chesterfield County, prmsented to <br />the Board of Supervisors a resolution from the School Board as follows: <br /> <br /> "This day the matter of an increase for teacher pay for the <br />session 1946-'4~, was brought to the attention of the Board by the <br />division Superintendent of Schools, an~ <br /> <br /> Whereas, it appearing ~hat the cost of living has increased <br />markedly and to point where the same is burd~nsone upon the teachers <br />of the County based upon their present salaries. <br /> <br /> Upon consideration whereof and on motion of C.C. Wells, seconded <br />by Dr. H.M. ~ichardson, it is resolved that the Board of Supervisors be <br />requested to appropriate the sum of~$~0,000.00 to supplement teachers <br />salaries for t~he session 19~6-'47, and <br /> <br /> Be it further resolved that the Division r~perintendent transmit a <br />copy of this resolution to ~he Board of Supervisors at its next nearest <br />me eting." <br /> <br />iUpon consideration whereof, and on motion of ~. J.C. Heni~g, it is resolved that <br />this matter be deferred until the regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors on <br />January 14, 19~7, for further study. ~. H.T. Coyne voted "No" and asked that his <br />vote be so recorded. <br /> <br />In this matter ~. H.T. Goyne, Supervisor of Bermuda District, moved as a substitute <br />motion that this appropriation be ~ade ~t once, which ~otion died for the want of <br />a second. <br /> <br />Ordered that this meeting be now adjourned until January 14,1947 <br /> st 10:00 a.m. <br /> <br />E~e~uti S~cr ta~y <br /> <br /> <br />
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