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<br />VIRGINIA: <br /> <br />At an adjourned meeting of the <br />Board of supervisors of Chester- <br />field County, .hell:d at the Courthouse <br />on January 13th, 1 9'39, at 8: 00 P.lJ. <br />and in the l63rd year of the CoI;lIllC iU- <br />wealth. <br /> <br />Presoot: <br /> <br />John B. Watkins, Jr., <br />Hfirold T. Goyne, <br />-Qe.1.as \i. Diggs, <br />Hilary L. Fergusson, <br /> <br />On motion of G.W.Diggs, John B. Uatkins, Jr., was duly elected Chairman pro <br />tempore. <br /> <br />--. <br />, <br />I <br /> <br />Be i t h~re noted that the County School Board was in attendance at this <br />meeting. <br /> <br />, <br />It appearing to the Board that a flow of water from the \~ll being drilled on <br />the public grounds at this Courthouse, measuring a minimum of twenty-gallons of <br />water per minute on a twenty-four hour pump test, is suffioient for County purposes <br />it is resolved on motion of G.Vf.Diggs, that the Exlrcutive seoretary be and he <br />hereby is, directed to have a twenty-four hour pump test made, and be it further <br />resolved that should the test prove a minimum flow of twenty gallons per minute <br />the drilling is to be stopped. <br /> <br />""", <br /> <br />A lett~ from L. McCarthy Downs, state Auditor of Publio .Acoounts, end in <br />the following words and phrases: <br /> <br />"vk are in receipt of copies of report of audit on the aocounts and <br />records of the <br /> <br />COUNTY OF CHESTERFIELD <br />and <br />J'. WILLIA11 DANCE. TREJ\SURER. <br /> <br />for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1938, frOlll A.M.Tolerand Company, <br />oertified public aooountants, Rioh1llOnd. We have examined this report <br />and it appears to oonform to the speo:ifiofitions furnished by the Auditor <br />of Public Aooounts and it is therefore acoepted by this offioe." <br /> <br />- <br />i <br /> <br />i .~ <br /> <br />(Signed ) <br /> <br />L. McCarthy Downs, <br />Auditor of Public A6@ounts. <br /> <br />was .read and filed. <br /> <br />This day came A.M.Toler of A.M.Toler and Company, and presented and read his <br />report of his audit of the County'S books. On .t1crtion of G.~l.Dlggs, the Board <br />expresses gratitude to A.M.Toler for the finely detailed repor~ presented to this <br />Board this day. And be it further resolved that the Executive secre~ary be and <br />he hereby is, directed to pay with his Warl'fint the claim of A.U.Toler and Company <br />for preparation of the aforesaid audit and report to this Board. <br /> <br />The Executive Seoretary 8xplElined to the Board th€:t the Federal Bureau of <br />Investigation conducts a thirteen weeks school for Police Offioers, with no cost <br />other than the travel and living expenses of those attending, p.ud recommended to <br />this Board tliat application be made for a representative from tre Chesterfield <br />County Police DepartDent to attend the classes beginning lfuy 1st, 1939. On motion, <br />of H.T.Goyne, it is directed that Chas. W. Smith, Chief of County Police, make <br />application to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for one representative fram the <br />Chesterfield County Police to attend classes beginning May 1st, ~ 9. And be it <br />further resolvea that Chas. W. Smith, be the person to attend the~e classes from <br />this County, the regular expense of such attendunce to be borne by the County. <br /> <br />On motion of G.W.Diggs, the County will supplement the saiary paid to Robert <br />L. Pond, liB Works Progress Administretion foreman on the Camp Boker Improveaent <br />Project, witlr an additional salary of $25.00 a month during the ti{ne that he is <br />employed on the Camp Baker \iorks Progress Mministration Pro j eot. <br /> <br />It appearing to the Board that the typewriter novl being used by the Clerk of <br />the Trial Justice Court is very old and in need of expensive repairs, the Board dot 1 <br />resolve on motion of R.T.Goyne, that the Executive Secretary investigate the matter <br />and repair said typev~iter or purchase a new typewriter as it is in his opinion <br />practicable. <br /> <br />-, <br /> <br />- <br />, <br /> <br />- <br />i <br />I <br />J <br /> <br />This day there was presented a writing purporting to be a proposed statement <br />of this Board concerning this Board's agreement to "use every effort to urge proper <br />maintenance of said work", in and about Vlorks Progress Administration Malaria Contr)l <br />Proj~ct; and it appearing to this Board that this Board has heretofore, by reso- <br />lution, authorized the Executive Secretary of this Board to sign agreemen~s con- <br />cerning the maintenance of said projects. <br />. It is therefore, resolved,on motion of G.W.Diggs, that said writing be not <br />adopted, and the same is filed. <br /> <br />~~ba Board be now adjourned until February 8,1939, at 10:00 a.m <br /> <br /> <br />Exeoutive Secretary Chairman,Pro tempore. <br /> <br />.J ".,' <br /> <br />..,. . . <br />