Public Works to Hold Public Meeting Updates on Lake Bradford – Chubb Lake Projects Weds Nov 10 6p-730p Bayside Rec Center

From NEWS RELEASE:

The Virginia Beach Public Works – Stormwater Engineering program has scheduled a public meeting for the Lake Bradford / Chubb Lake (CIP 7-053) project on Wednesday, November 10, 2021, between 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the Bayside Recreation Center. The center is located at 4500 First Court Road.

This will be an informal public meeting, beginning with a 30-minute update presentation on the Lake Bradford/Chubb Lake Drainage Study, as well as introduce the upcoming Lake Pleasure House Outfall and Lake Bradford Dredging construction projects.

Representatives from Public Works will be available to answer questions following the presentation.

We will also ask the attendees to complete an online survey to provide feedback on the presentation, as well as any comments or concerns.

Please go to our website at www.vbgov.com/lakebradford for more information or contact us at lakebradford@vbgov.com.

Marlin Bay Apartments request withdrawal

From OPCL.org:

Breaking News: The developers of the Marlin Bay Apartment complex have sent a letter to the city withdrawing the project from the City Council agenda. We support their request to withdraw the application and we thank the developers and owners for listening to the community’s concerns and reconsidering the potential redevelopment of those lots. We look forward to working with them on finding a mutual solution to this and other projects within the community.

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Six Applicants Shortlisted for Lynnhaven District City Council Vacancy (Updated Sept. 22, 2021)

View details at VBGov.com

They are:

  • Christopher F. Bonney
  • Linwood O. Branch
  • Holly T. Cuellar
  • Carla V. Hessletine
  • Richard Maddox
  • Kathy P. Owens

Citizens will have the opportunity to provide feedback to the City Council during the meeting on Tuesday, October 5. Following public comment, the City Council will proceed to closed session for deliberation and then return to open session to make a formal vote on an appointment to fill the Lynnhaven District vacancy.

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