Bowling pin the key to Chesterfielda s Uptown Alley
A 29-foot rooftop bowling pin sign could make or break plans for a giant entertainment complex in Chesterfield County.
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#1 Sep 3, 2009
Again we have folks on the board that have no clue as to manage growth properly. The concern should not be a large lit bowling pin on a building or the money the business brings to the coffers. The concern should be the residents and their safety and what is responsible action. This area's intersection at 288 is one of the worst in the county. Until the traffic problem is addressed and fixed there should be no more businesses or residential buildings.
When will our planning commission wake up? I am a lifelong resident and it seems nothing changes.
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