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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?
Title loan businesses, which are now called Alternative Financial Institutions (AFI), loan money to clients using the title and, typically, a copy of the key to secure the loan. Four TitleMax locations, a title loan company, last week, were approved by the Chesterfield Planning Commission.
A convenience center that could serve the Collegiate School Aquatic Center travel teams and feed from the sports tourist trough is planned for the corner of Iron Bridge and Jessup Roads.
The Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors (BOS) left the cash proffer at its current $18,966 per new dwelling unit that will be built this year. That could change as early as July if the county’s Budget and Management Department is able to revise the current county policy.
Two items will be on the ballot on November 5. The Chesterfield Board of Supervisors (BOS), during their April 17 meeting, asked County Administrator James J.L. Stegmaier to bring forward a resolution for a referendum, which would include $266 million to provide for school building improvements and a new school.
Chesterfield County Administrator James J. L. Stegmaier and members of his staff toured the Virginia War Memorial on May 9.
The commercial and residential building market is beginning to move. Not like it was in 2007 or 2008 but a gradual growth is in the wind.
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.