Come hear Detective J. I. Cole from the VB Economic Crimes Unit speak at our next SDCC meeting, this Monday 18 DEC at 7:30 at the Ocean Park Volunteer Rescue Squad Building (Shore Drive and West Stratford just west of the Lesner Bridge).
Find out what you have to do if your identity gets stolen, or somebody steals your credit card
number. Find out how to end ROBOCALLs or how to stop all those credit card offers that you don’t want. Detective Cole will be there to give you the information that you will need to keep your identity and credit safe.
I have heard her speak and she is very good.
The accident is being investigated by VBPD Fatal Crash Team.
Click here for a printable version of the agenda 12.18.17 SDCC Agenda
Please note the early date of the meeting. It has been moved a week early to avoid conflict with Christmas.
SDCC General Meeting Agenda
Monday December 18, 2017 from 7:30 to 9:00pm
Ocean Park Volunteer Rescue Squad Hall
(parking in back, on side streets and across Shore Drive)
Special Presentation – Holiday Gathering – Come get to know your neighbors. We will also be thanking our officers David Williams and Kathy Pawlak for their wonderful service to SDCC and will wish them well on their future endevours.
Officer’s Reports: Secretary – David Williams, Treasurer’s Report -Kathy Pawlak,Vice President – Wally Damon, President – Todd Solomon
Bayfront Advisory Commission (BAC) News – Mr. Wally Damon will update us on the actions of the Bayfront Advisory Commission.
Addition of “Your Speed Is” Traffic Signs on Shore Drive – They City has placed temporary “Your Speed Is” trailers east of Great Neck Road. These signs and speed counter strips are being use to help slow down vehicles and to capture data for additional usage of signs.
Short Term Rentals – Update on City of Virginia Beach’s public input session and next steps for Short Term Rental (Airbnb, etc.) property. Planning Commission is holding a public workshop and hearing on this issue.
Storm Water/Sea Level Rise Public Input Meetings – The City of Virginia Beach recognizes challenges and is exploring solutions to the issues caused by sea level rise and recurrent flooding. The public is encouraged to attend one of several upcoming meetings where city representatives will provide residents with the opportunity to share their views and concerns. The information collected from the meetings will be used to develop the City’s long-term plans for sea level rise and recurrent flooding. The City has held 4 meetings and will hold 2 more in January 2018. Shore Drive residents are encouraged to attend a meeting to have your concerns be captured.
New Business –
SDCC Officer Elections – We are in great need of volunteers to step up and serve as officers for SDCC. All positions are welcomed, but we are in immediate need of a Secretary and Treasurer for 2018. We will be accepting names from the floor and will vote once we have nominees.
Community Concerns– General discussion of neighborhood and community concerns that may need SDCC attention. This is an opportunity for all to share information.
***Next SDCC Meeting – Monday January 29, 2018***
“Coyotes and wolves and dogs don’t normally get along,” Fies said. “But when a species is expanding its range, and there’s not enough of its own kind for mating, I guess they can get along for long enough.”
Because of that, Fies says, our coyotes are a little bigger than the ones out west, and come in more colors – from blonde to black – which can make them even harder to recognize.
All of the meetings will take place from 6 to 8 p.m.
Shore Drive areas are split into 3,30 & 31.
Mon., Dec. 11, 2017 8, 29, 30
Oceanfront: Beach District and the Lynnhaven east of Great Neck Road
Cooke Elementary School,
1501 Mediterranean Avenue
Thurs., Jan 25, 2018 3, 4
Western Lynnhaven: North of Princess Anne Road; bounded to the east by South Rosemont Road and Little Neck Road
Princess Anne High School,
4400 Virginia Beach Blvd.
Mon., Jan. 29, 2018 1,31
Little Creek: Area to the east where Shore Drive meets Northampton Blvd.
Bayside High School,
4960 Haygood Road
Seems strange Bayfront community was spit up into 3 meetings none held here.
For the small business, they said that’s a good amount of money. The police officer who responded to their call said that would be considered a felony.