New Ordinance & User Agreement language for private use of LBR&BFDMTS

Thanks to Public Works Director Lj Hansen, Senior Project Manager Dan Adams, City Manager Liaison Jonathan Torres, City Attorney Kay Wilson & Councilpersons Delceno Miles & John Moss, and OPCL President Danny Murphy for meeting with us Friday morning in the new Building One at the Municipal Center to work out the details of the Ordinance & User Agreement for private use of the LBR&BFDMTS.

We really appreciate the community engagement in this process!

Have any questions or comments?

BAC September 15th 330p at OPVRS. Join us!

Thanks to Hank for the Agenda.

BAYFRONT ADVISORY COMMISSION meets at Ocean Park Volunteer Rescue Squad at 3769 E. Stratford Drive. (enter on side opposite Shore Drive)


1) Conditional Use Permit Application for Car Wash at 4769 Shore Drive – Grace Haverly from Kimley Horn will present updated site plans, elevations, and 3D renderings for the car wash proposal located at the southeast corner of Shore Drive and Pleasure House Road. BAC to vote yes/no on recommending support of the proposal.

New potential Ordinance for LBR&BF dredge transfer station for private use update

September 20th is new possible City Council hearing date.

From a City Attorney:

“This ordinance does not require a public hearing, but you will be able to speak on the agenda item.”

As of now the language in potential Ordinance & LBR&BF User Agreement is unknown.

View potential Ordinance language & potential LBR&BF User Agreement language below.

This entire civic engagement thing about a historically controversial topic directly related to safety in the Bayfront area has been fascinating.

Previously, including links to the history of LBR&BF as a potential dredge transfer station for private use at “As of now there are no plans to use it as a dredge materials transfer station” and Updated Presentation info for BAC Thursday July 21 meeting.

Potential safety regulations for LBR&BF use?

“This is the second time this summer that someone has died after a fight at CP Shuckers.”

News including video at

“We’re in the very infancy of our investigation, so we’re reaching out to a bunch of people, witnesses, employees things of that nature to try and determine what exactly happened that night,” said O’Brien.

“The Eastern Shore Drainage Improvement Project received more than $25 million from the Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities national competition to fight flooding in Virginia Beach.” WOOT WOOT!

View the terrific news at

“This is going to save the taxpayers that $25 million and the saved money will be allocated to other flood remediation projects,” said Bradley Vanderwarker, the project manager.