Highlights from the September 21 Chesterfield Board of Supervisors meeting
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Sorry for the delay. Here are some highlights from the Chesterfield Board of Supervisors meeting on September 21, 2011.
Mr. Stegmaier was pleased to report that the Midlothian area was named one of the top ten suburbs in the United States by CNBC.
Adopted — Resolution recognizing Bon Air Baptist Church for its outstanding
contributions to Chesterfield County’s Older Adults Programs.
Approved — Salary increase of 2% for the County Administrator (Mr. Stegmaier) retroactive to July 1, 2011 (consistent with county employees); and amended contract to include reimbursement for mileage.
Approved with conditions — The board voted 5-0 to grant River City Body Art formal permission to operate as a tattoo parlor in Chesterfield Towne Center. Permit a tattoo parlor (to include body piercing) on .1 acre of a 73.9 acre tract in Neighborhood Business (C-2) and Community Business (C-3) Districts fronting 1020 feet on the north line of Midlothian Turnpike, 200 feet east of Huguenot Road, also fronting 1080 feet on the east line of Huguenot Road, 200 feet north of Midlothian Turnpike. Apparently, Ricer City Body Art have been operating for nearly 2 years and was unaware they needed special permission to operate a tattoo parlor.
Adopted — Ordinance relating to electronic message center sign policy. The new rules will allow more signs to go up, but it does limit the amount of text on the sign. Each ad on the electronic sign must change every 30 seconds and permits are still needed before any new signs go up.