Planning Commission Chairman William Brown said last week that he thought a request from Shoosmith Bros. Inc., which has asked the county to lift three conditions placed on its operations during the landfill’s 1997 expansion, was ready to go forward.
Nestled at the edge of an acre of asphalt that sees more than 26,000 cars a day sits a tiny oasis at the intersection of West Hundred and Harrowgate roads. This little pocket park was developed years ago to spruce up the mundane intersection, but it’s been difficult to maintain, according to Chester Garden Club President Melissa Ray. So the group decided to re-landscape the area.
County staffers will recommend next week that the Planning Commission find that using Chester Middle School as a ninth grade academy is substantially in accord with Chesterfield’s comprehensive plan, but a group of concerned citizens is preparing its case for why the finding should not be granted.
Public hearings on the following items are scheduled for the Planning Commission’s May 18 afternoon meeting, which will begin at 4 p.m. and take place in the Public Meeting Room of the Chesterfield Administration Building:
When news broke that Chester Middle School would be closed and its students redistricted next year, students and teachers decided to complete the last section of a five-panel mural this year, one year ahead of schedule.
Adventure, family time and a move lie ahead for three retiring members of the Matoaca Elementary School family. Effective June 19, David Early, a fifth grade teacher, Phyllis Glovier, a general education instructional assistant, and Major Goode, lead custodian, will officially be retired from the Chesterfield County school system.
The Bailey Bridge Bears took both the boys and girls Chesterfield County Middle School Track and Field Championships last week at Midlothian High School. Displaying what very well may be the strongest middle school boys team ever, the Bears nearly doubled the point tally of runner-up Matoaca.