Thanks to Mr Bradley W. Vanderwarker CoVB Engineer responsible for this crucial project for providing this presentation & especially for continuing to come out to meetings to share project updates, take questions & provide timely updates on a daily & weekly basis.
You may remember this is work being done before Phase 3 work starts.
Terrific discussion and Q&A at BAC meeting yesterday about storm water work being done from Lesner Bridge to Great Neck Road plus updates on infrastructure improvements to Pleasure House Road and Shore Drive Phase 3 and Phase 4 timelines.
TOUR OF HOTEL – 2:30 CALL TO ORDER OF MEETING – 3:30
APPROVAL OF MINUTES Review and Approval of Minutes from 4/15/2021
CHAIRMAN’S REPORT Welcome Guests and Introductions – Phil Davenport, Chair
STAFF REPORTS & UPDATES Mark Shea and Nina Goodale COMMITTEE REPORTS & UPDATES Design – Bob Magoon, Joe Bovee (volunteer) Communications – Vacant Public Safety, Transit, Parking & Pedestrian Access – Charles Malbon
1) Beach Building Group, Inc., 2332 Pleasure House Road, Conditional Change of Zoning from R-7.5 Residential to A-16 Apartment District 2) Bubba’s, 3323 Shore Drive, Conditional Use Permit for marina decking 3) Design by Eleni, Inc., 2416 Seaview Avenue, Change in Conformity 4) Eastern Shore Drive Drainage, Bradley Vanderwarker, Dept. of Public Works
We’ve been patiently waiting for feedback about the abrupt switch that happened last week. We’ve reached out to several people & added a Request using the Guest feature of VB Works and haven’t heard back yet.
A few of our questions are:
Will SeeClickFix Account be automatically migrated to VB Works?
Will custom maps created in SeeClickFix be automatically migrated to VB Works?
Will current open SeeClickFix issues be automatically migrated to VB Works?
What should SeeClickFix users do and when?
Will your office put out guidance about the switch?
We also have some questions about Privacy as the new company behind VB Works – Incapsulate, which is a subsidiary of Sales Force, asks for what appears to be an enormous amount of information to use VB Works. We could find no info about ThreeOneOneCapsule.
We’ve also asked about the details for each item Sales Force is requesting to use the VB Works app system.
We sincerely hope VB Works becomes as popular as SeeClickFix was!
If you have any feedback about the switch, please let us know!