Henrico County property transactions, Mar. 20-26

A sample of property transactions during this period appear below:

10220 Winston Boulevard – $118,000, 1,152 SF (built in 1953), from William and Holly Romm to 10220 Winston Boulevard Series.
4906 Finnegan Court – $124,000, 1,120 SF (built in 1985), from Barbara Tate to Ariel A. Hayes.
4702 Fairlake Lane – $132,000, 1,028 SF (built in 1976), from Patty Jean H. Shields and C. M. S. Shields Sr. and C. M. S. Shields, Jr. to A2ZProperty LLC.
20 Longstreet Avenue – $147,500, 2,111 SF (built in 1952), from Gene G. Tatum Trustee to Rishard James.
9111 Derbyshire Road #B – $155,000, 986 SF (built in 1964), from David M. Headly to Mark Hansen Troemel.
7506 Greengate Drive – $157,000, 1,250 SF (built in 1956), from Crystal Dawn Munnings to Gary L. Odegaard.
8291 Salvo Drive – $176,675, 1,842 SF (built in 1975), from Larry W. Hopkins to Jack C. WHite and Hannah Shay.
313 Gawain Court – $190,000, 1,768 SF (built in 1973), from Cassandra Willis to Robert E. Smith, Jr.
5812 Cameron Creek Terrace – $200,000 (vacant site), from Alexander Development Co. LLC to Robert P. Bain Construction, Inc.
4514 Wistar Road – $252,675, 1,706 SF (built in 2017), from Liberty Homes Inc. to Cuc Thi Thu Nguyen and Thi Hong-Dao Chau.
1312 Camden Drive – $275,000, 1,260 SF (built in 1954), from Erik M. King to Philip J. Ruzbarsky and Haley A. Smith.
905 Jamerson Lane – $289,000, 1,783 SF (built in 2005), from Sabina Hossain to Jonathan and Halini Brune.
10005 Locklies Drive – $387,000, 2,158 SF (built in 2004), from Larry A. Baker and Sandra D. B. Gibson to Lovic E. and Carol F. Davis.
12419 Grace Hill Lane – $396,000, 2,408 SF (built in 1994), from Troy W. and Karen E. Constance to Kevin W. Strader and Samantha M. Cox.
1008 Staples Trace Court – $399,999, 3,290 SF (built in 2006), from Tuan and N. T. and P. T. Truong to Tin K. Quach and Quan Y. Tran.
1304 Stone Ridge Park Loop – $400,000 (vacant site), from Villa Park Residential LLC to Style Craft Homes Inc. of Virginia.
4620 Manor Glen Way – $446,515 (vacant site), from NVR Inc. to Karunakar Muduli and Joysmin Das.
412 Welwyn Road – $475,000, 2,735 SF (built in 1980), from Buren O. WIlliams, Jr. and Betty Offner to Jordan Travis Childs and Kimberly Frazier.
300 Eglantine Circle – $519,900, 3,080 SF (built in 1996), from Erin S. Goldin and S. Steinberg Goldin and Eilene P. Golden to Jeremy R. O'Hara and ELizabeth A. Laliberte.
9201 Shimmering Lane – $573, 000, 3,104 SF (built in 2017), from NVR Inc. to Kalyan Reddy Mohan Asam and R. Srilakshmi.
12501 Wyndham West Drive – $620,000, 3,339 SF (built in 2017), from Brennan J. and Courtney S. Paris to Michael D. Johnson and Sara D. Wheeler.
1917 Grey Oaks Park Lane – $645,000, 4,360 SF (built in 2012), from Leon Y. Li and Hong Zheng to Noopur Bhati and S. Chandra.
6300 Ellington Woods Terrace – $880,000, 5,232 SF (built in 2015), from Boone Homes Inc. to Justin and Crystal Haught.
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State Police urge motorists to #MoveOver during Memorial Day weekend

Memorial Day signifies the official start of summer, and Virginia State Police officials are urging motorists to "do what’s right when they see lights" and move over.

The “Move Over” law is a lifesaving law intended to protect public safety professionals and highway workers who help to maintain the safety of the Commonwealth’s roads. State Police are using the #MoveOver hashtag on social media to promote the law. > Read more.

Henrico to hold June 8 open house on Route 5 Corridor/Marion Hill study

The Henrico County Planning Department will hold an open house Thursday, June 8 for residents and other members of the public to provide input for a study of the Route 5 Corridor/Marion Hill areas.

The open house will be held from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Varina Area Library, 1875 New Market Road. The meeting’s informal structure will allow the public to attend at their convenience and to ask questions and discuss the study one on one with Planning staff. > Read more.

Henrico real estate staying strong despite low inventory

The Henrico real estate market has been relatively strong for the past month, despite a lower amount of inventory, according to data from Long and Foster Real Estate.

In the past month, 408 homes have been sold in Henrico, which is 2 percent less than were sold in the same timeframe in 2016.

Last year the median sale prices for Henrico homes was $219,975, whereas this month it's up to $232,500, a 6 percent increase. Which means half of the homes in Henrico are priced above $232,500 and half are priced below. > Read more.

Smither named director of Henrico’s Department of Finance

Henrico County Manager John A. Vithoulkas has appointed Edward N. “Ned” Smither Jr. to serve as director of the Department of Finance, effective July 1.

Smither has served Henrico since 2013 as director of the Accounting Division in Finance. He will succeed Eugene H. Walter, who has delayed his retirement until June 30 to ensure an orderly transition within the department.
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State honors EMS officials this week

There were nearly 1.5 million emergency medical services calls and 4,063 incidents per day in Virginia just last year.

This week, May 21-27, declared as National EMS week by Gov. Terry McAuliffe, recognizes the more than 34,000 EMS personnel and 631 agencies in the state and commends their efforts and commitment to Commonwealth citizens.
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Actor Kerrigan Sullivan will present “A Song in the Wilderness,” a 45-minute one-woman show that offers a dramatic exploration of the life and experiences of Gene Stratton-Porter, at 8 p.m. at CAT Theatre, 319 N. Wilkinson Rd.

Born in 1863, Stratton-Porter was an accomplished writer of fiction and non-fiction. She was also a celebrated nature photographer and an early naturalist. She was one of the first women to form a movie production studio.

“A Song in the Wilderness,” written by Larry Gard, was first produced in 1993 as part of the annual Performances in the Humanities program of the Indiana Humanities Council, and starred Marcia Quick Gard as Gene Stratton-Porter. The show toured Indiana under the same banner during the spring of each year, through 1997. It was also produced for a festival about women in science at the Science Museum of Virginia in 2002, featuring the same actress. The 2017 production is offered in memory of Marcia Quick Gard, who passed away on Dec. 16, 2016.

Tickets are $12. The performance will include a reception and talk back with the production staff after the show. For tickets and details, visit http://www.cattheatre.com. Full text

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