The Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors has big plans for the new year, but its first big job has been years in the making: a public hearing for a proposed comprehensive plan for county growth and development.
County officials say they've found several such installations that were so dangerous, they "present a hazard and substantial risk of property damage or serious personal injury to homeowners," according to information released by the county this week.
Following is a list of building permits issued in the past few months in the Chesterfield and Hanover counties for construction valued at $50,000 or more. The name listed is that of the owner and contractor unless otherwise noted; the project is a single-family dwelling unless otherwise noted.
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