Bon Air Historical Society President Recognized for Service
Midlothian District Supervisor Dan Gecker recognized Len Tuck for his decade of service as president of the Bon Air Historical Society.
Midlothian Supervisor Dan Gecker presenting Len Tuck with a Board Resolution for his service as president of the Bon Air Historical Society.
Chesterfield County’s Credit Stronger than the Nation’s
Chesterfield County has been recognized as having a stronger credit rating than the United States government by earning a AAA bond rating – the highest credit rating available – from each of the nation’s top three rating agencies, including Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s Investors Services and Fitch Ratings. In August, the county sold bonds that generated $33 million in proceeds to support the ongoing school revitalization projects. The bonds were sold at an overall interest rate of 2.46 percent.
Thousands Attend National Night Out Celebrations
Chesterfield County participated in the 32nd Annual National Night Out celebration on Aug. 4. More than 150 people, including volunteers and members of the Police Department and other agencies, worked tirelessly to help make the evening a huge success. Thousands of residents throughout the county attended 122 block parties. Attorney General Mark Herring also attended National Night Out events in Chesterfield and spoke at the briefing before the event.
It’s all thumbs up for McGruff at Rollingwood Estates Apartments during National Night Out.
Supervisor Dan Gecker, along with the rest of the Board of Supervisors, recognized World War II veterans and their families with a dinner on July 22, 2015 to honor their service to our nation and community. Earlier in the day, board members adopted a resolution recognizing Aug. 14 as the 70th anniversary of the end of the war.