News from Shore Drive Community Coalition – July 2011

Shore Drive Voice
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Shore Drive Community Coalition

Shore Drive Voice
2011-Issue #4
BAC Annual Meeting
SDCC General Meeting
Teen Wins Award for PHP
BZA Dredge Hearing

Calendar of events
Thursday July 21st
BAC Annual Meeting
Monday July 25th
SDCC Genereral Meeting
Wednesday Aug 3
BZA Dredging Hearing

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Dear Shore Drive Resident,

Hurricane Season is upon us, are you ready? Come to the SDCC General meeting to learn if you’re truly prepared. As always,if you have any comments or concerns regarding our community, please send them to my attention at

David Williams
Shore Drive Community Coalition President

Bayfront Advisory Committee to hold annual workshop and general meeting on Thursday July 21st at the VB Resort Conference Hotel

The Bayfront Advisory Committee will hold its annual workshop on Thursday, July 21, from 12:30 to 3 p.m. at the Virginia Beach Resort and Conference Center, Executive Board Room, 2800 Shore Drive. The regularly scheduled committee meeting will begin at 3:30 p.m in the same location.

Click here to for agenda details.

SDCC Monday July 25th General Meeting Notice and Agenda

SDCC General Meeting ˆ Monday, July 25, 7:30 ˆ 9:00 pm

Ocean Park Volunteer Rescue Squad Station (Intersection of Shore Drive and East Stratford Rd.)

Slide presentation, „Your Local Hurricane Preparations‰

Click here for a printable version of the agenda

Local Teen Presented WTKR Channel 3 “People Taking Action” Award for Fundraising Efforts on Pleasure House Point

On Tuesday, Charlie Harrelson, a 14 year old Kemps Landing student, was presented with the WTKR Channel 3 „Peolpe Taking Action‰ award for his fund raising efforts to help purchase and preserve Pleasure House Point. To watch the newscast, click here

Also, don‚t forget, July 31st is the last day to vote for Charlie‚s Pepsi Challange project which has the potential to raise $50,000 for the purchase of PHP. You can vote at the following link

Wed August 3rd – BZA Hearing Regarding Permanent Dredge Transfer Station at Maple Street

The City is being challenged on their determination that a PERMANENT MUNICIPAL DREDGE SPOILS FACILITY – (a PERMANENT industrial facility with barges, cranes, tandem trucks, sludge & pusher boats) is an acceptable „PUBLIC USE‰ in R7.5 – Residential Zoning

Click here for more details on how you can get invloved.

For more information and news related to the Shore Drive Community, please visit our website at


Shore Drive Community Coalition
2260 First Landing Lane
Virginia Beach Virginia 23451
Please follow this link from the VBCCO for information on an event coming up at the Farmer’s Market to celebrate Heifer International:

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