The current idea has prompted many questions due to its impact on Ocean Park, safety on Shore Drive & the wildly popular Lynnhaven Boat Ramp & Beach Facility.
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The City Council will hear more about the lease of the 5-acre site on Tuesday. A public hearing will be scheduled soon, said Vice Mayor Jim Wood.
We were delighted to hear about the recent funding for the Lynnhaven River clean-up efforts, and the partnership developed between the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and Lynnhaven River Now. We are particularly interested in promoting efforts to create an aquaculture center to raise the oyster spats right here in Ocean Park. There is probably no other area in the Lynnhaven that already has the infrastructure and the type of moving water needed that would make a better match for this project.
We also have the election of 2019 officers and representative appointments.
There is a considerable amount of correspondence between OPCL and local government but also the Governor of Va. and OPCL needs your input and blessing on these subjects.
Presentation about the new school at Brock Environmental Center too IN CBF’s BEC!
Did you know the beach is being widened to 500 feet, find out how and when.
Social half hour starts at 7 pm.
Make the new Years resolution to join OPCL, support OPCL and be a contributing part of OPCL.
CBF’s Brock Environmental Center is located at 3663 Marlin Bay Drive.
After a thorough review of our extensive project record as well as comments received, I have determined that a public hearing would not likely result in substantive new information relevant to our authorities and the required analysis.
OPCL respectfully requests a public hearing to serve the public interest on this proposal.
Note: Photo from Army Corp of Engineers official page for permit request.