No Way Marlin Bay Signs available!

If you would like to display a NWMB sign to show your opposition to this 197 unit apartment complex with a 4 1/2 story parking garage- email us at and we’ll drop one off! Donations are very much appreciated! For more information about why this huge project is wrong for Ocean Park, go… Continue Reading →

News Channel 3 Highlights Community Opposition to the Marlin Bay Development In an interview with Chelsea Donovan on Channel 3 News, OPCL President Danny Murphy explained the Ocean Park community‚Äôs opposition to the proposed 197 unit apartment complex in Ocean Park. He emphasized that the community is not against all development. Residents are looking for appropriate development within the framework of the existing zoning with… Continue Reading →

OPCL July 8th Meeting

At the July 8th Ocean Park Civic League Meeting on Zoom, residents heard updates on beach replenishment, fireworks and the Marlin Bay Project. The fireworks were a great success! Perfect weather and no logistical problems. Thank you to all who donated and especially to Jill Doczi and all who helped make it happen! (Fireworks photo… Continue Reading →

Scholarship Winner for 2021

Congratulations to this year’s winner of the George and Louise Lyon Memorial Scholarship : Taylor McOrmond! She was selected from a very competitive field of exceedingly well qualified applicants. Taylor is a resident of Ocean Park and attends the Legal Studies Academy at First Colonial High School. She will be attending James Madison University in… Continue Reading →

While we may disagree with the rezoning and conditional use request to build the Marlin Bay Development, the developers and owners are our neighbors and we do not condone the defacement of the signage on the Marlin Bay property. The responsible way to oppose this project is by communicating with the city, the Planning Commission… Continue Reading →

Make your Voice Heard!

Dear Residents of Ocean Park,  This past weekend volunteers distributed flyers about the proposed 197-unit Marlin Bay Apartment Development. We hope that by doing this, we were able to reach every resident of our community. We believe that this large development will fundamentally change the nature and character of our neighborhood. It will set a… Continue Reading →


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