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What do you think are the biggest challenges/changes that are going to confront Chesterfield County in the next 20 years and how would you address them to make Chesterfield a better place to live?
The Clarke house on Centralia Road could be saved after all. According to real estate attorney, Carrie Coyner, who is now representing the owner, the house could be renovated by a potential buyer.
The Chesterfield Board of Supervisors last week approved a resolution authorizing the county to request the Circuit Court to order a special election to consider adopting a meals tax in order to address the public education and public safety capital needs of Chesterfield County.
The committee appointed to offer a recommendation on cash proffers were sitting side-by-side at the staff desk during last week’s Chesterfield Board of Supervisors’ meeting. Each of the committee members were questioned, in Senate hearing style, about how they voted to handle cash proffers going forward.
Virginia’s multi-billion dollar transportation funding package will put a heavier burden on lower-income households than on more affluent families, according to a Richmond-based think tank.
A proposed demolition permit of the historic Clarke House on Centralia Road in Centralia was deferred (not denied as another Chesterfield newspaper reported) by the Board of Supervisors during their April 10 public meeting.
During a public hearing on May 22 at 6:30 p.m. in the County Public Meeting Room at the Chesterfield Administration Building the Chesterfield Board of Supervisors receive input on a amending a ordinance pertaining to banner signs.
Harrowgate fire station and Reams-Gordon library Capital Improvement Program (CIP) projects were approved during last Wednesday’s Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors meeting.