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0010 – LEGALS

LEGAL NOTICE Mathews County Wetlands Board hereby gives notice that on Wednesday, July 7, 2021, at 7 PM in the Mathews County Historic Courthouse, 27 Court Street, Mathews, VA, the Board will hold public hearings regarding requests for authorization of the following applications: Linwood Gill III & Larry Clements, VMRC #21-0808, Map 11 (A) 12, Light Keeper Ln. – Request to dredge a 15′ x 10′ x 18″ area under boatlift and place dredge material in Filtrex socks along the edge of an eroding bank. Project will take place along a portion of the Queens Creek shoreline. Ronald Robinson, VMRC #21-0900, Map 22 (A) 117H, 162 Rigby Lane. – Request to construct a stone breakwater to be 75′ x 16′ and two spurs. One spur will be 12′ x 44′, the other spur will be 12′ x 45′. Project will take place along a portion of the Chesapeake Bay shoreline. Matthew Jenkins, VMRC #21-0944, Map 4 (A) 154, 195 Old Cove Ln. – Request to construct a riprap sill to be 30′ by 12′ with sand fill landward of the sill with a small open pile wooden launch ramp. Project will take place along a portion of the Cobbs Creek shoreline. Miriam Cromwell, VMRC #21-0974, Map 10G (A), 137 Smither Ln. – Request to construct a 19′ rock revetment to be 5′ in height. Project will take place along a portion of the Queens Creek shoreline. Fredie Kitchens, VMRC #21-1036, Map 3 (A) 1A, 1055 Holland Point Rd. – Request to construct three stone breakwater to be 75′ x 16′ and a 25′ stone spur with appropriate sand back fill. Project will take place along portion of the Piankatank River shoreline. Stanley & Elaine Blackwell, VMRC #21-1160, Map 20 (5) E4A, 106 Kayak Trail – Request to construct a 210′ stone marsh sill with approximately 70 cubic yards of like beach nourishment. Project will take place along a portion of the East River shoreline. Sun New Point RV, LLC, VMRC #21-1163, Map 42 (A) 202, 846 Sandbank Rd. – Request to maintenance dredge approximately 512 cubic yards of clean sand from the entrance of the boat basin for safe navigation. Dredge spoils will be placed above MHW. Install four 20′ vinyl jetties along a 200′ existing bulkhead. Each groin will have a 15′ spur. Project will take place along a portion of the Chesapeake Bay shoreline. Interested parties are invited to attend the meeting. Applications may be reviewed at the Mathews County Wetlands Board office, located in the County Administration Building, 50 Brickbat Road, Mathews, Virginia, Monday-Friday, from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. or online at https://webapps.mrc.virginia.gov/public/habitat/index.php KATY WALDEN, CHAIRMAN, MATHEWS COUNTY WETLANDS BOARD 25t2


NOTICE OF ABANDONED WATERCRAFT Notice is hereby given that the following watercraft has been abandoned for more than 60 DAYS on the property of Old Point Comfort Marina, 100 McNair Road, Fort Monroe, VA, 23651, 757-788-4308. 1977 W.D.Schock, 22′ Blue Sailboat, HIN WDSD01590177. Application for Watercraft Registration/Title will be made in accordance with Section 29.1-733.25 of the Code of Virginia if this watercraft is not claimed and removed within 30 days of first publication of this notice. Please contact the Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources with questions. 25t3


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING GLOUCESTER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION The Gloucester County Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing in the Colonial Courthouse, located at 6504 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia, on July 1, 2021 beginning at 7:00 PM to consider the following: AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 15- SUBDIVISIONS, ARTICLE I- IN GENERAL, SECTION 15-3.1 CLASSIFICATION OF APPLICATIONS REGULATED BY THE SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE, SECTION 15-3.3 DIVISON OF AN ESTATE, AND SECTION 15-3.4 IN-PART PARCELS; AND ARTICLE III-PLATS AND PLATTING, APPENDIX A CERTIFICATE OF CERTIFIED ENGINEER OR LAND SURVEYOR, APPENDIX B FORM OF CERTIFICATE TO BE SIGNED BY OWNERS, PROPRIETORS, AND TRUSTEES OF LAND TO BE SUBDIVIDED OWNER’S CONSENT, AND APPENDIX C FORM OF CERTIFICATE TO BE SIGNED BY THE SUBDIVISION AGENT OF GLOUCESTER COUNTY CERTIFICATE OF APPROVAL The proposed change to the Subdivision Ordinance will require the Owner’s Consent and Subdivision Agent’s Approval Certificates to be included on all In Part Parcel plats. Furthermore, all references to Section 15-63 of the Subdivision Ordinance are proposed to be updated to the appropriate secctions of this ordinance (Sections 15-73, 15-73.1, 15-73.2, 15-73.3, Appendix A, Appendix B, and/or Appendix C) to coincide with previous code amendments. The preceding summary is not intended to be a complete explanation of each and every change to the zoning ordinance language. Complete copies of the proposed ordinance and information pertaining to this amendment are available and may be reviewed in the Gloucester County Department of Planning, Zoning, and Environmental Programs located at 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia, or on the County’s website at www.gloucesterva.info/planning. All interested parties are encouraged to study the proposed ordinance changes and invited to attend the hearing to express their views. The meeting will be broadcast live through the County website meeting portal at: https://www.gloucesterva.info/640/Meeting-Portal and on Cox channel 48. All interested parties are invited to attend the meeting and express their views on this matter. Citizen comments may also be submitted prior to the public hearing by three different methods: To submit comments online, complete the Citizen Comment Submission form (www.gloucesterva.info/citizencomment). Please follow the instructions on the form to indicate the meeting or public hearing on which you want to comment. Comments may be submitted via this method or public hearing on which you want to comment. Comments may be submitted via this method until 4:30 p.m. on the day of the meeting. Comments submitted via this method will be read aloud during the appropriate comment or public hearing period up to the time set by the Chair. To submit comments via US Mail, send to: County Administration ATTN: Citizen/Public Hearing Comment, 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, VA 23061. Any mailed comments must include your name, your magisterial district, and the meeting and item you are commenting on clearly printed at the top. All such comments must be received by 4:30 p.m. on the day PRIOR to the scheduled date of the meeting or public hearing. Please type or print all comments legibly. Comments submitted via this method will be read aloud during the appropriate comment or public hearing period up to the time limit set by the Chair. Call 804-824-2760 and listen to the recorded menu. Instructions will be provided on selections to make in order to leave a recorded comment. Comments submitted via this method must be received by 4:30 PM on the day of the public hearing. Comments submitted via this method will be played during the appropriate comment or public hearing period up to the set time limit of 3 minutes. Comments submitted through these methods must be received by 4:30 PM on July 1, 2021 and will be read or played during the public hearing. “Form letters,” consisting of communications which are verbatim duplicates (other than the identifying information of the author/submitter) of one or more other communications received by the County pertaining to the matter to be considered at the public hearing or public comment period, shall be read only once per letter, along with the list of persons submitting the same comments pursuant to such “form letter.” Persons requiring assistance to attend the hearing should contact the Department of Planning, Zoning, and Environmental Programs at (804) 693-1224 between the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM Monday through Friday. Christ Poulson, Chairman Gloucester County Planning Commission 24t2


ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Gloucester County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re SKYLAH ANN MARIE MOCK Case No. JJ014172-03-00, 04-00 The object of this suit is to determine the custody and visitation of SKYLAH MOCK (DOB: 12/22/2010). It is ORDERED that the unknown father appear at the above-named Court and protect his interests on or before 08/02/2021 at 09:00 AM. Entered 06/01/2021 E. Waters, Deputy Clerk 23t4


ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA.CODE § 8.01-316 MIDDLESEX COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re PARSONS, LIAM SANTANA Case No. JJ003613-07-01 The object of this suit is to determine the visitation of LIAM PARSONS (DOB 12-02-2018). It is ORDERED that SHANE MORGAN appear at the above-named Court and protect his interests on or before 08/03/2021 at 09:00 AM. Entered 06/04/2021 E. Waters, Deputy Clerk 23t4


PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE GLOUCESTER COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors will hold a Public Hearing at the Colonial Courthouse, located at 6504 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia, on July 6, 2021 beginning at 7:00 p.m. to consider the following: A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE CONVEYANCE OF REAL PROPERTY OWNED BY THE COUNTY The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing to consider a Resolution to authorize the conveyance of certain unimproved real property owned by the County, described as: Ordinary Parcel B-1, Tax Map #45-356, RPC #22314, 1.41 acres Ernest Lane, Hayes, Virginia 23072. A complete copy of the draft documents concerning the possible conveyance of the real property owned by the County is available for review on the web at www.gloucesterva.info, and in the first-floor outer lobby of County Building Two at 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia. All interested parties are invited to attend the meeting and express their views on this matter. The meeting will be broadcast live through the County website meeting portal at: https://www.gloucesterva.info/640/Meeting-Portal and on Cox channel 48. Citizen comments may also be submitted prior to the public hearing by three different methods: To submit comments online, complete the Citizen Comment Submission form (www.gloucesterva.info/citizencomment). Please follow the instructions on the form to indicate the meeting or public hearing on which you want to comment. Comments may be submitted via this method until 4:30 p.m. on the day of the meeting. Comments submitted via this method will be read aloud during the public hearing up to the time limit set by the Chair. To submit comments via US Mail, send to: County Administration, ATTN: Citizen/Public Hearing Comment, 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, VA 23061. Any mailed comments must include your name, your magisterial district, and the meeting and item you are commenting on clearly printed a the top. All such comments must be received by 4:40 p.m. on the day of the public hearing. Please type or print all comments legibly. Comments submitted via this method will be read aloud during the public hearing period up to the time limit set by the Chair. Call 804-824-2760 and listen to the recorded menu. Instructions will be provided on selections to make in order to leave a recorded comment. Comments submitted via this method will be played during the public hearing period up to the set time limit of 3 minutes. Comments submitted through these methods prior to the public hearing must be received by the County no later than the close of business on July 6, 2021 and will be read during the public hearing. “Form Letters,” consisting of communications which are verbatim duplicated (other that the identifying information of the author/submitter) of one or more other communications received by the County pertaining to the matter to be considered at the public hearing or public comment period, shall be read only once per letter, along with the list of persons submitting the same comments pursuant to such “form letter.” Persons requiring assistance to submit comments for the meeting should contact the Gloucester County Administrator’s office at (804) 693-4042. Carol E. Steele, County Administrator 25t2


PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE GLOUCESTER COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Pursuant to the Code of Virginia, the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors will conduct a Public Hearing on July 6, 2021 beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Colonial Courthouse, 6504 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia to consider the following: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING GLOUCESTER COUNTY CODE CHAPTER 3 – ANIMAL WELFARE AND CONTROL, SECTION 3-2 DEFINITIONS AND SECTION 3-47 OFFICIAL SCHEDULE OF RESTRICTED AREAS FOR DOGS RUNNING AT LARGE Amendments to Chapter 3 are appropriate due to recent changes to State law as follows: Update Section 3-2 – Definitions for Adequate shelter, Adequate space, Commercial dog breeder, and Companion animal. Additionally, the Board will consider updating Section 3-47 – Official schedule of restricted areas for dogs running at large, by adding Cappahosic Estates Mobile Home Park. The preceding is a summary, not the full text, of the ordinance. It is not intended to be a comprehensive representation of all the ordinance provisions and does not substitute for the full text of the draft ordinance, which is available for review in the first floor outer lobby of County Building Two and the County Administrator’s Office at 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia or on the web at www.gloucesterva.info. The meeting will be broadcast live through the County website meeting portal at: https://www.gloucesterva.info/640/Meeting-Portal and on Cox channel 48. All interested parties are invited to express their views on this matter. Citizen comments may be submitted prior to the public hearing by three different methods: To submit comments online, complete the Citizen Comment Submission form (www.gloucesterva.info/citizencomment). Please follow the instructions on the form to indicate the meeting or public hearing on which you want to comment. Comments may be submitted via this method until 4:30 p.m. on the day of the meeting. Comments submitted via this method will be read aloud during the appropriate comment or public hearing period up to the time limit set by the Chair. To submit comments via US Mail, send to: County Administration, ATTN: Citizen/Public Hearing Comment, 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, VA 23061. Any mailed comments must include your name, your magisterial district, and the meeting and item you are commenting on clearly printed at the top. All such comments must be received on the day of the public hearing. Please type or print all comments legibly. Comments submitted via this method will be read outlaid during the appropriate comment period up to the time set by the Chair. Call 804-824-2760 and listen to the recorded menu. Instructions will be provided on selections to make in order to leave a recorded comment. Comments submitted via this method will be played during the public hearing period up to the set time limit of 3 minutes. Comments submitted through these methods must be received by 4:30 p.m. on July 6, 2021 and will be read during the public hearing. “Form letters,” consisting of communications which are verbatim duplicates (other than the identifying information of the author/submitter) of one or more other communications received by the County pertaining to the matter to be considered at the public hearing or public comment period, shall be read only once per letter, along with the list of persons submitting the same comments pursuant to such “form letter.” Persons requiring assistance to submit comments for the meeting should contact the Gloucester County Administrator’s office at (804) 693-4042. Carol E. Steele, Acting County Administrator 24t2


PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE GLOUCESTER COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Pursuant to the Code of Virginia, the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors will conduct a Public Hearing on July 6, 2021 beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Colonial Courthouse, 6504 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia to consider the following: AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 15 – SUBDIVISIONS, ARTICLE I- IN GENERAL, SECTION 15-3.1 CLASSIFICATION OF APPLICATIONS REGULATED BY THE SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE AND APPENDIX B- ZONING OF THE CODE OF GLOUCESTER COUNTY, VIRGINIA, BY AMENDING ARTICLE 10 – NONCONFORMITIES, SECTION 10-3 NONCONFORMING LOTS OF RECORD TO REVISE LANGUAGE PERTAINING TO BOUNDARY LINE ADJUSTMENTS AND NONCONFORMING LOTS OF RECORD The proposed change to the Subdivision Ordinance will clarify the definition of “Boundary Line Adjustment” within the types of applications regulated by the Subdivision Ordinance by defining a “Boundary Line Adjustment” as the rearranging or straightening of property lines of contiguous parcels where no additional lots are created. The proposed changes to the Zoning Ordinance will allow the flexibility provided to Boundary Line Adjustments containing nonconforming lots of record to also apply in situations where the nonconforming lots are not contiguous to each other. The preceding summary is not intended to be a complete explanation of each and every change to the ordinance language. It is not intended to be a comprehensive representation of all the Ordinance provisions and does not substitute for the full text of the draft Ordinance which is available for review in the first floor outer lobby of County Building Two and the County Administrator’s Office at 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia or on the web at www.gloucesterva.info. The meeting will be broadcast live through the County website meeting portal at: https://www.gloucesterva.info/640/Meeting-Portal and on Cox channel 48. All interested parties are invited to express their views on this matter. Citizen comments may be submitted prior to the public hearing by three different methods: To submit comments online, complete the Citizen Comment Submission form (www.gloucesterva.info/citizencomment). Please follow the instructions on the form to indicate the meeting or public hearing on which you want to comment. Comments may be submitted via this method until 4:30 p.m. on the day of the meeting. Comments submitted via this method will be read aloud during the appropriate comment or public hearing period up to the time limit set by the Chair. To submit comments via US Mail, send to: County Administration, ATTN: Citizen/Public Hearing Comment, 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, VA 23061. Any mailed comments must include your name, your magisterial district, and the meeting and item you are commenting on clearly printed at the top. All such comments must be received by 4:30 on the day of the public hearing. Please type or print all comments legibly. Comments submitted via this method will be read aloud during the appropriate comment or public hearing period up to the time limit set by the Chair. Call 804-824-2760 and listen to the recorded menu. Instructions will be provided on selections to make in order to leave a recorded comment. Comments submitted via this method must be received by 4:30 p.m. on the day of the public hearing. Comments submitted via this method will be played during the public hearing period up to the set time limit of 3 minutes. Comments submitted through one of these methods must be received by 4:30 p.m. on July 6, 2021 and will be read during the public hearing. “Form letters,” consisting of communications which are verbatim duplicates (other than the identifying information of the author/submitter) of one or more other communications received by the County pertaining to the matter to be considered at the public hearing or public comment period, shall be read only once per letter, along with the list of persons submitting the same comments pursuant to such “form letter.” Persons requiring assistance to submit comments for the meeting should contact the Gloucester County Administrator’s office at (804) 693-4042. Carol E. Steele, Acting County Administrator 24t2


PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE GLOUCESTER COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors will hold a Public Hearing in the Colonial Courthouse, located at 6504 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia, on July 6, 2021 beginning at 7:00 p.m. to consider the following: Conditional Use Permit CUP-21-01- An application by Gregory L. and Kelly J. Jenkins, property owners, and represented by Impact Power Solutions, LLC (Jacob Hay, Senior Solar Developer), to allow 13.6 +/acres of land to be utilized for a utility-scale solar energy facility through the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit (CUP). The CUP is intended to provide for uses for which, due to their unique characteristics or potential impact on adjacent land uses, are not permitted in certain zoning districts by-right, but may be acceptable under certain circumstances and with specific conditions to offset potential impacts. This application intends to allow for the establishment of a two (2) Megawatt (AC) solar energy facility on a single parcel of land located in the C-2 (Bayside Conservation) Zoning District. This district is intended to allow low density residential development in a manner which protects natural resources in a sensitive environment. The intent is further to prevent soil and shore erosion, to reduce hazards from flood, hurricane and fire, and to protect wetlands. The Future Land Use section of the Comprehensive Plan also identifies this area as Bayside Residential, which states that “limited low-density residential and some incentivized development that encourages ecological and cultural site preservation where site conditions permit” can be supported. Conditional Uses within this designation should occur on large lots, ensuring that the use can be appropriately accommodated on the specific property and can be constructed and operated in a manner which is compatible with the surrounding land uses and overall character of the community, and that the public interest, safety, and general welfare of the citizens of the County will be protected. The property is identified as Tax Map Parcel 52-474A, and is located at the intersection of Maryus (State Route 649) and Ditch Bank (State Route 1104) Roads in the York Magisterial District. The proposed solar energy facility on TM# 520474A is to be accessed via private drive off of Ditch Bank Road. The preceding is a summary, not the full text, of the Resolution. It is not intended to be a comprehensive representation of all the Resolution provisions and does not substitute for the full text of the draft Resolution, which is available for review on the web at www.gloucesterva.info, and in the first floor outer lobby of County Building Two at 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia. All interested parties are invited to attend the meeting and express their views on this matter. The meeting will be broadcast live through the County website meeting portal at: https://www.gloucesterva.info/640/Meeting-Portal and on Cox channel 48. Citizen comments may also be submitted prior to the public hearing by three different methods: To submit comments online, complete the Citizen Comment Submission form (www.gloucesterva.info/citizencomment). Please follow the instructions on the form to indicate the meeting or public hearing on which you want to comment. Comments may be submitted via this method until 4:30 p.m. on the day of the meeting. Comments submitted via this method will be read aloud during the public hearing up to the time limit set by the Chair. To submit comments via US Mail, send to: County Administration, ATTN: Citizen/Public Hearing Comment, 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, VA 23061. Any mailed comments must include your name, your magisterial district, and the meeting and item you are commenting on clearly printed a the top. All such comments must be received by 4:30 p.m. on the day meeting or the public hearing. Please type or print all comments legibly. Comments submitted via this method will be read aloud during the appropriate comment or public hearing period up to the time limit set by the Chair. Call 804-824-2760 and listen to the recorded menu. Instructions will be provided on selections to make in order to leave a recorded comment. Comments submitted via will be played during the appropriate comment or public hearing period up to the set time limit of 3 minutes. Comments submitted through these methods must be received by 4:30 p.m. on July 6, 2021 and will be read during the public hearing. “Form Letters,” consisting of communications which are verbatim duplicates (other that the identifying information of the author/submitter) of one or more other communications received by the County pertaining to the matter to be considered at the public hearing or public comment period, shall be read only once per letter, along with the list of persons submitting the same comments pursuant to such “form letter.” Persons requiring assistance to submit comments for the meeting should contact the Gloucester County Administrator’s office at (804) 693-4042. Carol E. Steele, County Administrator 25t2


PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE GLOUCESTER COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors will hold a Public Hearing in the Colonial Courthouse, located at 6504 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia, on July 6, 2021 beginning at 7:00 p.m. to consider the following: Conditional Use Permit CUP-21-02- An application by Gregory L. and Kelly J. Jenkins, property owners, and represented by Impact Power Solutions, LLC (Jacob Hay, Senior Solar Developer), to allow 11.1 +/acres of land to be utilized for a large-scale solar energy facility through the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit (CUP). The CUP is intended to provide for uses for which, due to their unique characteristics or potential impact on adjacent land uses, are not permitted in certain zoning districts by-right, but may be acceptable under certain circumstances and with specific conditions to offset potential impacts. This application intends to allow for the establishment of a six-hundred sixty (660) kilowatt (AC) solar energy facility on a single parcel of land located in the C-2 (Bayside Conservation) Zoning District. This district is intended to allow low density residential development in a manner which protects natural resources in a sensitive environment. The intent is further to prevent soil and shore erosion, to reduce hazards from flood, hurricane, and fire, and to protect wetlands. The Future Land Use section of the Comprehensive Plan also identifies this area as Bayside Residential, which states that “limited low-density residential and some incentivized development that encourages ecological and cultural site preservation where site conditions permit” can be supported. Conditional Uses within this designation should occur on large lots, ensuring that the use can be appropriately accommodated on the specific property and can be constructed and operated in a manner which is compatible with the surrounding land uses and overall character of the community, and that the public interest, safety, and general welfare of the citizens of the County will be protected. The property is identified as Tax Map Parcel 52-474B, and is located on Ditch Bank Road (State Route 1104) in the York Magisterial District. The proposed solar energy facility on TM# 52-474B is to be accessed via Ditch Bank Road. The preceding is a summary, not the full text, of the Resolution. It is not intended to be a comprehensive representation of all the Resolution provisions and does not substitute for the full text of the draft Resolution, which is available for review on the web at www.gloucesterva.info, and in the first floor outer lobby of County Building Two at 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia. All interested parties are invited to attend the meeting and express their views on this matter. The meeting will be broadcast live through the County website meeting portal at: https://www.gloucesterva.info/640/Meeting-Portal and on Cox channel 48. Citizen comments may also be submitted prior to the public hearing by three different methods: To submit comments online, complete the Citizen Comment Submission form (www.gloucesterva.info/citizencomment). Please follow the instructions on the form to indicate the meeting or public hearing on which you want to comment. Comments may be submitted via this method until 4:30 p.m. on the day of the meeting. Comments submitted via this method will be read aloud during the public hearing up to the time limit set by the Chair. To submit comments via US Mail, send to: County Administration, ATTN: Citizen/Public Hearing Comment, 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, VA 23061. Any mailed comments must include your name, your magisterial district, and the meeting and item you are commenting on clearly printed at the top. All such comments must be received by 4:30 p.m. on the day of the public hearing. Please type or print all comments legibly. Comments submitted via this method will be read aloud during the public hearing period up to the time limit set by the Chair. Call 804-824-2760 and listen to the recorded menu. Instructions will be provided on selections to make in order to leave a recorded comment. Comments submitted via this method will be played during the public hearing period up to the set time limit of 3 minutes. Comments submitted through these methods must be received by 4:30 p.m. on July 6, 2021 and will be read during the public hearing. “Form Letters,” consisting of communications which are verbatim duplicated (other that the identifying information of the author/submitter) of one or more other communications received by the County pertaining to the matter to be considered at the public hearing or public comment period, shall be read only once per letter, along with the list of persons submitting the same comments pursuant to such “form letter.” Persons requiring assistance to submit comments for the meeting should contact the Gloucester County Administrator’s office at (804) 693-4042. Carol E. Steele, Acting County Administrator 25t2


PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Keith M. DeLoach, et al has requested authorization from the Virginia Marine Resources Commission to install a boatlift in an existing private pier boat slip along Cobbs Creek at 256 Kingfisher Lane in Mathews County. Send comments/inquiries within 15 days to: Virginia Marine Resources Commission, Habitat Management Division, 380 Fenwick Road, Building 96, Hampton, VA 23651. 25t1


PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Richard Pearce has requested authorization from the Virginia Marine Resources Commission to install a 200-foot long stone sill and a 40-foot long stone jetty along the Perrin River at 9870 Breezy Point Lane in Gloucester County. Send comments/inquiries within 15 days to: Virginia Marine Resources Commission, Habitat Management Division, 380 Fenwick Road, Building 96, Hampton, VA 23651. 25t1


PUBLISHING NOTICE Southwind Destination, LLC Trading as: Southwind Pizza Cafe 44 Church Street, Mathews, Mathews, VA 23109 The above establishment is applying to the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL (ABC) for a Wine & Beer On and off keg. Jonathan Lewis, Member NOTE: Objections to the issuance of this license must be submitted to ABC no later than 30 days from the publishing date of the first of two required newspaper legal notices. Objections should be registered at www.abc.virginia.gov or 800-552-3200. 24t2


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