“A public comment session will be held at 2 p.m. Aug. 9. Then, the council members will vote on the new Bayside representative.”

View article at Pilotonline.com.

The Virginia Beach City Council reviewed the nine complete applications submitted for the Bayside District City Council vacancy and shortlisted three individuals for interviews. They are:

Delceno Miles
Ronald Ripley
Charlotte Zito

Review their resumes, statement of econmic interests and more at VBGov.com.

Interested in serving on City Council representing the Bayside District?

As you know, Virginia Beach and the Bayside District lost our long time serving Mr. Louis Jones recently. The citizen appointed by City Council will hold office until Dec. 31, 2022 and must reside in the Bayside District.

Start here to learn more about applying to City Clerk Amanda Barnes.

3 items the potential candidate might be interested in advocating for for the Bayside District and Bayfront:

Helping enhance resiliency for SLR & storm water management plus helping leverage resources at Brock Environmental Center for Virginia Beach, Hampton Roads & Virginia.
Accelerating the completion of Phase 4 in Ocean Park.
Actively engage with SDCC, BAC, Civic Leagues & bayfront residents.

Fitch Downgrades Westminster-Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay (VA) Rev Bonds to BB+

View analysis at Fitch.

On a forward-looking basis and assuming WCCB is able to proceed with the full scope of its capital plans, debt is expected to increase from $76 million to $496 million (or $508 million inclusive of it $12 million debt guarantee for the Senior Options Community’s acquisition of The Overture).


CUSIP: 92774NAH3

“The City of Virginia Beach extended a conditional use permit to Westminster to contract, among other things, a structure which violates the use regulations and density restrictions for the B-4 mixed use Shore Dive Overlay District. The Demurrers were erroneously sustained.”

The Appeal & opposition to appeal documents.

Rendering used in WAVY coverage.

“There’s a delay in plans to construct Virginia Beach’s [tallest] building along Shore Drive.”

News at WAVY.com.

“A group of neighboring condo owners is continuing a fight to stop the construction permanently. After a circuit court judge dismissed claims that City Council unlawfully approved the $250-million expansion project in 2020, they recently appealed their case to the Supreme Court of Virginia.”

“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.