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December 7, 2014 - 11:00am

Commission to take up two electronic sign requests

Requests for two electronic message signs, both by CVS Pharmacy, are among the cases the Planning Commission is set to hear at its July 20 meeting.

Iron Mill construction continues despite developer woes

After a contentious zoning process in 2005, work on what was known as the Copley tract and later named Iron Mill is now proceeding. The 125-acre site was transferred to Wilton Family Investments from Wilton Development and Hank Wilton, who is dealing with problems in other parts of the country.

Legal Briefs

Public hearings on the following items are scheduled for the Planning Commission’s July 20 evening meeting, which will begin at 6 p.m. and take place in the Public Meeting Room of the Chesterfield Administration Building:

Help catch woman who stole, used credit cards in June

The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program needs help to solve a case in which a victim’s stolen credit cards were used to make fraudulent purchases.

Police Blotter

MARIA DR 7/07 Greenleigh Mobile Homes. The victim was in the shower when she saw someone looking through the frosted window at her. An investigation led to the identification of the suspect, who was taken into custody.

Residents jump, waitress to raise money for MS

Area residents are working to raise money for the National MS Society and its 32-mile walk to Williamsburg in September, according to information from Stacy Chisholm, team captain of Team 4Strong.

Coffey joins faculty at Da Capo Virginia

Lisa Coffey, of Chester, has joined Da Capo Virginia as an instructor offering private lessons in trumpet and other brass instruments, according to information from the organization. Coffey earned a bachelor’s degree in music education at Virginia Tech and a master’s of education in administration and supervision from Virginia State University.

Provide school tools for a child

The Tools for School program is gearing up to help provide school supplies for hundreds of children whose families are served by the Chesterfield-Colonial Heights Department of Social Services. It’s anticipated that around 900 children will need assistance this school year, up from 800 last year, according to information from Chesterfield County.