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<br />:..:..:.. <br /> <br />VIRGINIA: <br /> <br />At an adjourned meeting of t~ <br />Board of Supervisors of <br />Ohesterfield Oounty, held at <br />the Oourthouse on June 23, <br />1942, at 8:00 o'clock p.m. <br /> <br />I <br />I <br />I <br />I <br />, <br />I <br />I <br />I <br />I <br />I <br />I <br />I <br />i <br />There appeared before the Board a representative body from Chester. stating that i <br />they were very much intere sted. in developing a re cre~tional program. for that I <br />comm~nity and that the civic organizutions were in favor of same and willing to I <br />assist in the financial arrangements in order to obtain paid trained leaders in <br />coops.ration with V~A and requested that the Board of Supervisors contribute up I <br />to $150.00 to assist in this "Jork for the months of July and August, 1942. The <br />Committee appearing consisted of the Rev. W. C. Shawen. Rev. Jos. E. \falker. Rev. I <br />James \i. BroWJl1. Mr. ivilllam Tripp. Chairman Chester Recreational Committee, and I <br />Mrs. A. T. Curtis, President of the Parent-Teachers'Associetion. The comr,onwea1thls <br />Attorney advised thet a donation of this type could not be made to a private <br />or neighborhood Commi ttee but must be hend led through an agency :bepresenting the <br />County such as the '.:elfare or ,other agency. Upon consider ation w her, eof, and on mttion <br />of T. D. \iatkins. it is resolved that a Committee be appointed to report on this <br />matter at the next neeting, one member of which Committee woulc< be Mrs. Bagby. Supt <br />of Local Public Welfare. VJhereupon the Chairman appointed Mr. vi. A. Horner, I <br />Mr. H. T. Goyne, and lirs. Elizabethii. Bagby. I <br />! <br />I <br />This day the Executive Secretary read to the Boerd. a letter from the State Forester~1 <br />regarding the arrangements with the Ohief Fire \larden, Mr.A.L. anith,to work in <br />a dual capacity for the FOlt'8stry Department and for the County. Upon considerati n <br />whereof. and on motion of H. T. Goyne. the letter is ordered received and filed <br />and the Executive Secretary is instructed to take the matter up with Chief Firs War en <br />A. L. Smith and have him appear at the next meeting of this Board for a final I <br />agreement. <br />I <br />I <br />! <br />The Comnonweal th' s Attorney reported tho t there was now pending a case in Court i <br />the State of Virginia end,the County of Chesterfield Versus R. A. Parrish for supprf' ssion <br />cost for a fire supposedly caused by his negligence and stated thot the Attorney 1'0 <br />I.Ir. Parrish had I&ffered to settle for the anount of 50% of the cost and recorrmended <br />that the County of Chesterfield make such settlement as far as the County is <br />concerned. Upon consideration whereof and on motion of J.G. Hening. it is <br />resolved that the OODID10rNJaalth's Attorney be and it hereby is authorized and instrtted <br />to make settlement with Chesterfield County by 50% of the above stated case. <br /> <br />Present: <br /> <br />H. L. Chalkley, <br />J. G. Hening <br />H. T. Goyne <br />iJ. A.. Horner <br />T. D. liat kins <br /> <br />p. ,I. Q(Jv inc to n <br /> <br />Chairman <br /> <br />-""'I <br /> <br />- <br /> <br />-i <br /> <br />Mr. H. T. Goyne, read a letter from Mrs. H.S. Dodge. calling the Board's attention <br />to the fact that the interesection of Routes #10 and Route 616 with Route #1 <br />were very dangerous intersections and requested that the Board make some ~tfort ~ <br />to have traffic lights placed at the:o,e two interseetions. Upon consideration <br />whereof and on motion of J.G. Hening. this matter is referred to the ROad Comnitte · <br /> <br />I <br />I <br />This uay the E.:l:ecut.ive SEiCl'etnl'~r read a letter from Q.uinnford Homes, Inc. regardinet <br />the sale of the water syst.em at "Bellwood Manor" to Chesterfield County and after I <br />being discussed it Was felt thet the development was not far enough advanced , <br />to take over the water system at this time. On motion of H. T. Goyne. it is i <br />resolved that the matter should be deferred until the next meeting of the Board I <br />at which time the Executive Secretary was requested to have full details and if . <br />possible a representative fron ~uinnford Homes, Inc. present at that meeting. <br /> <br />--..: <br /> <br />The Executive Secretary called the attention of the Board to the :t'act thnt all of <br />the insurance carried by Chesterfield County was carried in sto~k companies and <br />probably a considerable saving could be mada if carried in Mutual companies. <br />Upon consideration whereof and on motion of J .G. Hening, the Executive secretary <br />is authorized and directed to investigate the possibility of placing the insurance <br />policies of Chesterfield County with satisfactor, mutual companies as each policy <br />come s due, and report the SaIOO to the Board for approval. I <br /> <br /> <br />Mr. J. G. Hening, reported that the road for an outlet for residents of Drewry's I <br />Bluff caused by closing of certain roads by t he Federal Government for the Richmonfl <br />General Depot having been thoroughly investigated, and that a representative I <br />of citizens from that section had called upon him and protested the route as I <br />planned and surveyed by the Department of Highways and supgested that a temporary <br />road through the property known as Shady opriI1f"s now owned by Mr. Scott Parrish <br />be secured for the duration of the emergency which would be abandoned at such <br />time as the government would oguin open the road from Drewry's Bluff to the Pike. I <br />He further reported that he, with the Executive Secretary. had contacted Mr. I <br />Parrish for permission to make this adjustment and that Mr. Parrish had appeared <br />to be in a receptive mood and had stipulated certain conditions whioh appeared <br />to be reasonable. Upon oonl3!deration whereof and on motion of W. A. Horner, <br /> <br />..... <br />