“The bears are everywhere,” Deacon Sherry Munday explained. “We have them in the rectory, you’ll find them in the pews and on the pulpit…they are all over the church.”
While Chesterfield County is expecting about $15 million in new growth – just like the cost of food; state mandates, transfers to county schools and revitalization, among others, have pushed Chesterfield to an estimated $12.8 million shortfall, which includes schools.
Having added some last minute changes required the Board of Supervisors to defer the Jessup and Iron Bridge roads project until May. Andy Sherzer, of the Balzer and Associates an engineering architecture firm, represented the Gilliam family on a rezoning that would included several commercial uses.
“I will not accept another case coming out of the Planning Commission without full cash proferrs." Board Chairman and Dale District, Jim Holland ended the Terraforge/Silverlake case, part of only a few requests heard by the Board last Wednesday, Feb. 26.
According to an article in the Washington Post, “A Conservative Virginia state senator is under fire from Democrats and women’s groups for a sarcastic Facebook post in which he described a pregnant woman as the “host” of the child she bears.
The Chesterfield County School Board last night unanimously adopted its FY 2015 budget of $564,986,400. The budget provides for reducing class sizes in targeted schools, opening a second technical center, accommodating increased student enrollment and increasing remedial education.
The Chesterfield County Department of Parks and Recreation is offering a series of community classes and programs at the Mayes-Colbert Ettrick Community Building, 20621 Woodpecker Rd.
Cornerstone Revitalization Center, Inc. (CRC) celebrated the grand opening of their new Community Center in Shady Hill Trailer Park last month. The Chesterfield County School Board donated a classroom trailer which has been converted into the Community Center.