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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?
Homebuilding in Chesterfield, although not single-family homes, is experiencing a comeback. The County is experiencing less single-family-building permits, but overall residential home building, when apartments and townhomes are included
The Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT), in cooperation with the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), is evaluating enhanced intercity passenger rail service between Washington, D.C. and Richmond, Va. Preliminary engineering and environmental review will be conducted for the 115-mile corridor.
Bermuda District Supervisor Dorothy Jaeckle and Matoaca District Supervisor Steve Elswick will hold a combined meeting to discuss “Recreational use of explosive targets update.”
For the last eleven years the Military History Committee of the Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia has been slowly acquiring properties thru working with landowners to make deals with land donations, American Battlefield Protection Program grants, private donations and fund raising.
During last week’s Chesterfield Board of Supervisors meeting, the Board announced, without much fanfare, that the $6.9 million arts center proposed for Chester’s Village Green will be funded.
Wayne Vaughn is a professional fisherman who lives in the Enon area. He hasn’t launched his boat from the Dutch Gap boat launch for years.
There are at least two fast-tracked Phillip Morris/Altria buildings in the planning stages at Meadowville Technology Park, according to Richmond Bizsense.com.