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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?
In order for the Chesterfield County Libraries to entice more rentals for public meeting rooms and at public events, a public hearing has been set for April 23, to amend the county code relating to adding County libraries to the list of County facilities where alcohol could be served.
The Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors meeting last week, was hot and heavy at times. Some said it was the most interesting interaction in a long time.
An item on the agenda, last week, of the Chesterfield Board of Supervisors authorized the County Administrator to award a construction contract up to $772,580 to the lowest bidder for the construction of a sidewalk on Osborne Road from the end of the existing sidewalk at Cliff Lawn Drive to the Shopping Center at Osborne Road and Jefferson Davis Highway.
Spring brings construction to eastern Chesterfield, at least the promise of construction. The Board of Supervisors has approved acquiring six acres in front of Curtis Elementary and Thomas Dale High School for sidewalk improvements and crosswalk marking.
Kicking off the Board of Supervisors meeting last week, County Administrator, Jay Stegmaier, was pleased to report that “Parallon Supply Chain will be expanding its business. Parallon provides health care operations services and records management.
Donald Wilms, president of the Chesterfield Education Association (CEA) and an English teacher at Manchester High School, joined by Amy Harbert, President of the Chesterfield County Council of PTAs, and Greg Beasley, President of the Chesterfield Firefighters Association as well
On Saturday, April 12, the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce will hold its Celebration of the Vine wine festival at the MillWorks, 13872 Coalfield Commons Place, Midlothian. Midlothian Library branch patrons should note the following information on how their visit will be affected that day:
Judy L. Worthington, Chesterfield County Circuit Court Clerk, last week announced that she is retiring on April 1. She has held the Clerk’s seat for 22 years and has about 18 months to serve in her current term. But do to health reasons she will be unable to complete her tenure.