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  • Councilman Worth Remick Town Hall

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    On Thursday, August 10, Councilman Remick held a Town Hall at the Virginia Beach Middle School. Over 100 people were in attendance, and after attending most of these, this was the best Town Hall turnout I have seen. Since this was a District 6 Town Hall, the speakers were focused […]

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  • The Virginia Beach Sports Center is behind on its bills, and if it doesn’t get an influx of cash soon — to the tune of $1.16 million — future events could be canceled, according to the city. An audit presented to the City Council in February revealed the facility was […]

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  • Amazon on Harpers Road

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    I attended a Community Outreach meeting on Friday, August 4, 2023 about the new Amazon Distribution Center that is to be built on Harper’s Road in Virginia Beach. The project had stalled for a time, but Amazon management has determined that this is the appropriate time to go forward, so […]

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  • Councilwoman Wooten Town Hall

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    On Wednesday, August 2, 2023 I attended a Town Hall sponsored by Councilwoman Wooten. The topics of discussion were: The 2024 City Council Voting System, which Council will hear from the public on Tuesday, August 8, 2023 and Vote on Tuesday, August 15, 2023 to ask the State Legislature to […]

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  • Brook Baptist Church

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    Conditional Use Permit modification I attended a Community Outreach meeting with the Witchduck Civic League folks on Monday, July 31, 2023. Brook Baptist Church ( ( is on Wishart Road and has owned land there for a number of years. The Pastor has some health issues and there is apparently […]

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  • Yard Waste Delays

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    Yard Waste pickup is still on a delayed basis. The Solid Waste Department is short several staffers and they have several out due to injuries. Supervisors with CDL (Commercial Drivers Licenses) are out driving the trucks. The last round of job applicants gathered 44 applications, of which only 9 had […]

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  • Wycliffe Church Community Meeting

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    On Wednesday, July 12 the Wycliffe Presbyterian Church held a community meeting with the goal of providing information to the community about why the church had come to the decision to sell a parcel of its excess property and to allow the pubic to ask questions. A church member who […]

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  • Comprehensive Plan Updates Starting

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    We have been chosen to assist in the updating of the Comprehensive Plan for the City of Virginia Beach. The Comp Plan is the development guideline document for what type of development and what kind of development will take place and in what areas. It is the “bible” of how […]

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  • Town Hall – Wycliffe Church

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    1445 Great Neck Road Modification to Conditional Use Permit to sell excess property

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  • Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC)

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    On June 20, 2023 City Council amended the Conditional Use Permit (CUP) previously used by Seton House to house children at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, to allow for Commonwealth Catholic Charities (CCC) to house Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) on Little Neck Road. CCC agreed to concessions such as reducing the […]

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