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<br />Several school bus operators ~n the County having been requested by the Board to I <br />appear before them and discuss the advisability of rendering bus service in certain!1 <br />sections of the County and there appeared Mr.p.S.Dance and Mr. A. V. Lindsey. , <br />After a thorough discussion of the matter and on motion of W.~Horner, the ~' <br />Chai rman is requested to appoint a Committee of three to mam a study of the <br />transportation situation in Chesterfield County and report back to this Board at th <br />I proper time. 11hereupon, the Chairman appointed H. T. Goyne, W. A. Horner and T .D'I <br />Watkins. as this Committee recommended and requested that ~ifferent communities <br />work up desired schedules and routes and submit them either to the Committee or the I <br />Executive secretary far consideration by the Committee. i <br /> <br />Again the matter of fire fighting equipment for the Town of Colonial Heights <br />and the County was considered and after much discussion as to the advisability <br />of such a move, it is resolved on motion of J.G.Hening. that the Co.mmittee <br />heretofore appointed be continued, and requested to secure from the Town of <br />Colonial Heights their proposition in writing and report back to this Board at the <br />next meeting of this Board, at which time Mr. Fred Shepherd. Mayor of the Town of <br />Colonial Heights is invited to appear. <br /> <br />This day Mr.J.G.Hening. Supervisor. reported to the Board that he had contacted <br />the office of the Virginia Department of Highways, regarding the survey authorized <br />by Chesterfield County for a relief road from Route #640. between the properties <br />of Mr.Robt. Jefferies and Mr.J. Scott Parrish to Route ,638, and that he unaer- <br />stood that this estimate of co st would be ready and submitted to Chesterfield <br />County in the near future. <br />Upon consideration whereof, and on motion of W. a. Horner, it is resolved that <br />Mr. Hening be thanked for his efforts in this matter and that a copy of this <br />resolution be mailed to the Virginia Department of Highways urging them to , <br />complete this estina te promptly in order that negotiations might be cl'lrried on I <br />with the government for the construction of such road, and that the residents of th~s <br />are~ might be relieved of unnecessary hardships and extra mileage during this time I <br />of tire and gasoline shortage. ! <br />I <br /> <br />This day the Bxecutive Secretary read to the Board a letter from Mr.M.J .Parlow, <br />stating that Oak Lane in the Subdivision of Oake Grove. near German School, <br />was in need of development and that he would be glad to bear at least one~half <br />the cost of this improvement, provided the cost was not more than $200.00. <br />Upon consideration whereof and on motion of ~'. A. Horner, it is resolved that Oak <br />Lane in the Subdivision of Oake Grove. be. and it hereby is taken into the County <br />Road System. <br /> <br />And be it further resolved that the Virginia ~epartnent of Highways be and it <br />hereby is requested to expend a sum sufficient to bring this road. for a distance <br />of 557 feet4from German School Road, up to specifioations required by the State <br />for acceptance into the State Road System. <br /> <br />I <br />I <br />I <br />I <br />I <br />I <br />Ordered that the meetir.e..' be now adjourned until June 9, 1942, at 10:00 o'clock A.It1. <br />I <br /> <br />Cft/l!!!a~ <br />Executive ecretary <br /> <br />,/ <br /> <br />~t ~~W <br />ha rman <br /> <br />r' <br />