“We want to gauge to see if the public wants to rename the bridge,” he said. “Because if not, it stays the Lesner Bridge.”
From Wally D.
This was the very first Chesapeake Beach Volunteer Fire & Rescue. Our family’s 1956 Pontiac Station wagon is on the far right. My dad (Fire Capt.) had it outfitted with red lights on top, and blue lights in the grill. This first station was on Lake Drive until 1963, when it was torn down to make way for the Ches. Bay Bridge Tunnel. The 2nd one ( unused ) is still on Pleasure House Road.
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Photo Credit: Margaret Allen Inge for all the photos below.
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SDCC General Meeting
Monday, 25 NOV – 7:30-8:30 pm
Ocean Park Volunteer Rescue Squad Station (Intersection of Shore Drive and East Stratford Rd.)
Call to order:
Meeting topic: Members’ Survey and Discussion on SDCC’s Mission and Goals for 2014 (Light Rail, Dredging, Lesner Bridge, Sports Arena, City Budget, Storm Flooding, etc.)
Officers’ Reports: President’s Report David Williams
Vice President’s report Rick Mercadante
Secretary’s Report Todd Solomon –OCT Minutes
Treasurer’s Report Ann Williams (acting treas.)
Next SDCC- Monday DEC 22 or 30, 2013
Ocean Park Volunteer Rescue Squad Center
Topic: City Topics (Candidates for SDCC, Budget, CHRISTMAS PARTY)
Please check www.sdcc.info for more information on area news and events
Starting about 7pm tonight “Major Traffic Delays and Congestion Expected at Virginia Beach Boulevard and Great Neck Road Intersection Beginning Wednesday Night” thru Thursday rush hour if all goes well
There will be significant traffic congestion in and around the intersection that will cause traffic disruption and delays. Morning and afternoon rush hour traffic should expect delays in excess of 10 minutes.
Motorists should consider using alternate routes while the water main is being repaired. Possible routes include: First Colonial Road, Potters Road, International Parkway and Lynnhaven Parkway.
Police officers will be on the scene to help direct traffic. Advanced warning signs will be posted beginning today advising motorists of the temporary traffic patterns.
Weather permitting, repairs are expected to be completed by 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 21.
For additional information, please contact James M. Cherry, Utility Engineer at (757) 650-5058.
This will not be fun is a huge understatement.
From Parks & Rec:
We are working to finalize the layout/design soon for a new City Dog Park at Bayville Farms Park, and tentatively plan to have it open in Spring 2014. It is planned to be located in the northern part of the park, near the ball fields and new playground. This will be our third City Dog Park, and obviously will support the northern part of our City. We are also planning to have separate areas for large and small dogs, which will be our first to support this separated use.