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Planning commission recommends new policy for EMC signs

During last week’s public hearing on electronic message center (EMC) signs, the Chesterfield County Planning Commission strayed from its own recommendation and adopted the county staff’s proposal with the exception of the distance the signs can be from one another and from residential dwellings. The staff gave a range on the time limit on individual messages.

County combats suburban gang activity

Bermuda District Supervisor Dorothy Jaeckle held a community meeting last Tuesday evening in the gymnasium of Harrowgate Elementary and had Chesterfield Police Det. Mark Haynes share with community members the county’s approach to combat suburban gang activity.

Chester Rotary Club donation helps area residents

The donation was presented to Ms. Juozapavicius at the Chester Rotary Club Meeting June 8, 2011. Funds will be used by CCHASM to assist area residents who have experienced an emergency and need food and financial assistance.

Chesterfield announces 2011 First Choice Business Award winners

Each year Chesterfield County honors local companies that contribute to the county’s economy and its citizens through the annual First Choice Business Awards. This year’s award winners were announced at the recent annual Celebrate Chesterfield Business.

Agnes drenches Chesterfield

“Hurricane Agnes was the first tropical storm and first hurricane of the 1972 Atlantic hurricane season. A rare June hurricane, it made landfall on the Florida Panhandle before moving northeastward and ravaging the Mid-Atlantic region as a tropical storm.

Police investigate domestic related shooting

Chesterfield County Police are investigating a shooting in a home in the 11200 block Heathstead Rd. Police say that an apparent domestic dispute led to the death of a male at this residence and the life-threatening injury to a female. The female was transported to VCU Medical Center.

Larcenists wanted

Crime Solvers needs your help this week to catch the following two fugitives.

Police Blotter

ALCOTT RD  6/13  Huntwood Apartments.  Unknown suspect/s pushed in the air-conditioning unit to gain entry to the victim’s residence.  The listed property was reported stolen.

BRANDERS BRIDGE RD  1/1  Victim reported the listed property was stolen from his open shed and his barn.

LIVERPOOL CR  6/14  Rivers Bend Apartments.  Victim reported the listed property was stolen from his unlocked gray 1993 Toyota Camry.