MEGA PROJECT MOVES AHEAD IN CHESTERFIELD Tranlin Inc. announced recently it has awarded a contract to Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. to design the site...

MEGA PROJECT MOVES AHEAD IN CHESTERFIELD

Tranlin Inc. announced recently it has awarded a contract to Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.

County officials gather with Gov. McAuliffe and Tranlin executives at a groundbreaking ceremony in October 2015.

County officials gather with Gov. McAuliffe and Tranlin executives at a groundbreaking ceremony in October 2015.

to design the site work for possibly the largest business in Chesterfield. The award was issued to further develop VASTLY’s (Shandong Tranlin Paper Co. Ltd.) greenfield construction mega-project in Chesterfield County.

CASH PROFFERS REDUCED

In a unanimous vote by the Board of Supervisors, Chesterfield County will reduce the maximum cash proffer fee from $18,966 per dwelling to $9,400.

The board voted on the issue last Wednesday on the recommendation by the newly appointed county administrator, Joseph Casey. This is the first reduction to cash proffers in 25 years. With other revenue sources, Casey said there is enough revenue from cash proffers, which are to be used to offset the cost of impacts that residential developments have on public infrastructure, to fund the school system’s 5-year capital improvement plan.

Both Casey and the Board of Supervisors see a lower cash proffer as a boon for revitalization.

ENON ES MOVES STUDENTS TO MARGUERITE CHRISTIAN EDUC SUITES AND DISPERSAL THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL 

Families from the Enon Elementary School found out last month in order for their strong desire to have the elementary school prototype design to be implemented on the current school footprint. The existing school will need to be torn down. That demolition work will begin this summer. To accommodate the demolition work and the associated school construction that will begin this summer Enon Elementary students will be housed on the Marguerite Christian Elementary campus during the 2016-17 school year. There is additional capacity for students at Marguerite Christian, meaning every student will not be taught in a trailer.

FIRE STATION OPENS AT ETTRICK STATION

ETTRICK FIRE DEPARTMENT CHIEF DAVID CREASY, CENTER, CUTS THE RIBBON FOR THE NEW MUSEUM AS, FROM LEFT, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR JOE CASEY, MATOACA SUPERVISOR PAST FIRE CHIEF ROBERT EANES AND CURRENT FIRE CHIEF EDWARD SENTER JR.

ETTRICK FIRE DEPARTMENT CHIEF DAVID CREASY, CENTER, CUTS THE RIBBON FOR THE NEW MUSEUM AS, FROM LEFT, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR JOE CASEY, MATOACA SUPERVISOR PAST FIRE CHIEF ROBERT EANES AND CURRENT FIRE CHIEF EDWARD SENTER JR.

The Chesterfield County Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services opened the Chesterfield County Fire Museum last Sunday. The fire museum is located at fire station No. 12 –the Ettrick Volunteer Fire Department – which was formed in 1928 and was the first fire station built in Chesterfield County.