My suggestion to your question would be to coordinate your concerns with the
Chesapeake Beach Civic League. At last night's City Council meeting the civic
league submitted a petition, which you may have signed, with 1,100 + signatures
on it to request the City to acquire the land for preservation. While it may be
cost prohibitive for the City to acquire, City Council agreed to at least have
the property appraised so that they could at least make a fact-based decision.
If the City is not able to acquire the site, and the by-right development does
occur, we will do our best to try and retain as much public parking as we can in
Brian S. Solis, Planner
Department of Parks and Recreation
Design & Development Division
City of Virginia Beach, VA
Phone: 757 563 1100
Fax: 757 563 1130
E-Mail: [email protected]Well lets hear from the silent majority.I am putting my .02 cents in.