Bayfront Advisory Committee Public Meeting Nov 18 at OPVRS

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BAYFRONT ADVISORY COMMISSION
Ocean Park Volunteer Rescue Squad
3769 E. Stratford Drive
(enter on side opposite Shore Drive)
November 18, 2021

CALL TO ORDER – 3:30 pm

APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Review and Approval of Minutes from 9/16/21

CHAIRMAN’S REPORT
Welcome Guests and Introductions – Phil Davenport, Chair

STAFF REPORTS & UPDATES

COMMITTEE REPORTS & UPDATES
Design – Bob Magoon
Communications –
​Public Safety, Transit, Parking & Pedestrian Access – Martin Thomas

PRESENTATIONS
Billboard modification – 3273 Shore Drive, Adams Outdoor Advertising
Strategic Plan – Completion of priority list

OLD BUSINESS

NEW BUSINESS

COMMUNITY REPORTS & UPDATES

ADJOURN

Join us!

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.

Note: Phase 1C.2 is in pink.

BAC Meeting September 16th Thursday 3:30 at OPVRS

Agenda:

BAYFRONT ADVISORY COMMISSION
Ocean Park Volunteer Rescue Squad
3769 E. Stratford Drive
(enter on side opposite Shore Drive)
September 16, 2021

ANNUAL STRATEGIC PLANNING WORKSHOP – 12-3 pm

REGULAR SESSION CALL TO ORDER – 3:30 pm

APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Review and Approval of Minutes from 8/19/21

CHAIRMAN’S REPORT
Welcome Guests and Introductions – Phil Davenport, Chair

STAFF REPORTS & UPDATES

COMMITTEE REPORTS & UPDATES
Design – Bob Magoon
Communications –
​Public Safety, Transit, Parking & Pedestrian Access – Martin Thomas

PRESENTATIONS
Virginia Beach Flood Protection Program – Ronald H. Williams, Jr., Deputy City Manager

OLD BUSINESS

NEW BUSINESS

COMMUNITY REPORTS & UPDATES

ADJOURN

“The BAC passed a motion to not support the project stating that it did not meet the density recommendations in the Comprehensive Plan or the . . .”

View current plan for Marlin Bay Apartments.

Choices will be made at Planning Commission Meeting September 8th 2021 that will affect future generations – not only in Virginia Beach.

Is 197 apartments adjacent to Pleasure House Point the best land use of this parcel in The Gateway to Virginia Beach located near the internationally renowned Brock Environmental Center in a City that is 2nd nationally for impact from sea level rise after only New Orleans?

View details about Planning Commission Hearing

A Public Hearing of the Virginia Beach Planning Commission will be held on Wednesday, September 8, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. in the Council Chamber at City Hall, Building 1, 2nd Floor at 2401 Courthouse Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23456. Members of the public will be able to observe the Planning Commission meeting through livestreaming on http://www.vbgov.com, broadcast on VBTV, and via WebEx. Citizens who wish to speak can sign up to speak either in-person at the Council Chamber or virtually via WebEx by completing the two-step process below. A Staff briefing session will be held at 9:00 a.m.. All interested parties are invited to observe.

Note: Proposal is ~ 50 units/acre. Proffers can be changed by future City Councils.

“Resolution to AUTHORIZE the issuance of Residential Care Facility Revenue Bonds not to exceed $110-Million by the City of Virginia Beach Development Authority (VBDA) re Westminster-Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay”

View public comment & discussion at City Council Formal Session that starts at about 1 hour 3 minutes.

View discussion at Virginia Beach Development Authority August 17th.

Virginia cannot achieve this vision of coastal resilience without the cooperation and invaluable insight of coastal plain residents, localities, and stakeholders.

Virginia Coastal Resilience Master Plan – Building Virginia’s Resilient Coast Together at Virginia.gov:

Planning Approach


To complete the first Virginia Coastal Resilience Master Plan, and to lay the groundwork for future coastal adaptation and protection, we need your help. The Commonwealth is leading a coordinated public planning effort that leverages the creativity and ingenuity of our state’s many diverse coastal region communities to chart a comprehensive and inclusive path forward.

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Coastal Resilience Plan Survey