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0010 – LEGALS

0010 – LEGALS

ABANDONED VESSEL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the following vessel has been abandoned for more than 60 days on the property of: Morningstar Marinas, Gwynn’s Island, 249 Mill Point Rd., Hudgins, VA 23076. Description of watercraft: 20′ COBIA (CBAWAD17B707), hull number, registration number va1729BM. Application for Water Craft Registration/Title will be made in accordance with Section 29.1-733.25 of the Code of Virginia if this vessel is not claimed and removed within 30 days of first publication of this notice. Please contact the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries with questions. 43t3


ABANDONED VESSEL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the following vessel has been abandoned for more than 60 days on the property of: Morningstar Marinas, Gwynn’s Island, 249 Mill Point Rd., Hudgins, VA 23076. Description of watercraft: 24′ HYDRASPORT (HSXC117G001), hull number, registration number va363ax. Application for Water Craft Registration/Title will be made in accordance with Section 29.1-733.25 of the Code of Virginia if this vessel is not claimed and removed within 30 days of first publication of this notice. Please contact the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries with questions. 43t3


LEGAL NOTICE The Mathews County Board of Supervisors hereby gives notice that on Tuesday, October 27, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as may be heard in the Mathews County High School Auditorium located at 9889 Buckley Hall Road, Mathews, Virginia, the Board of Supervisors will hold public hearings, as follows: Application 2-ZA-20: Request from the Broadband Advisory Board to amend §175-23.3-B of the Mathews County Zoning Ordinance, pertaining to prohibited areas for telecommunications facilities. The amendment proposes to remove the restriction on siting telecommunications facilities in nontidal wetlands and in the Residential-2 Zoning District. Application 3-CUP-20: Request from Kevin Hunter for a Conditional Use Permit per Section 175-5.3b (24) of the Mathews County Zoning Ordinance to allow a travel trailer on a temporary basis. The parcel is known as Tax Map 35 (A) 147, 336 Hamburg Road, Mathews, VA 23109. The property is in the Rural (RU) Zoning District. Citizens can also submit comments by clicking on the following link: https://www.mathewscountyva.gov/FormCenter/Administration-8/Board-of-Supervisors-Public-Comment-49. Comments must be received NLT 9:00 a.m., October 27, 2020. The request and supporting documentation are on file in the Department of Planning and Zoning, County Administration Building, 50 Brickbat Road, Mathews, Virginia, Mon-Fri, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Any written correspondence or telephone inquiries concerning these matters should be directed to the Office of Planning & Zoning, P.O. Box 839, Mathews, VA 23109, (804) 725-4034. Those persons with physical disabilities desiring either visual or audio aids in order to participate in the hearing may request such assistance by submitting a written request to arrive no later than 4:30 p.m., Friday, October 23, 2020. 42t2


NOTICE OF OYSTER GROUND APPLICATION Kenneth Zemba and Deborah M. Zemba (2020034) have applied for approximately 1 acre of oyster planting ground in Sarah Creek, N.E Branch, situated in Gloucester City/County. The application is located at Lat/Long: N37-15.5303/ W76-28.2296. To view a map of the application, use this web link to search the application by number (2020034): https://webapps.mrc.virginia.gov/public/oystergrounds/search_applicatons.php or contact the VMRC Engineering/Surveying Department at 757-247-2230. Send written comments or concerns to: Marine Resources Commission, Engineering/Surveying Department, 380 Fenwick Road, Fort Monroe, VA 23651-1064. 43t2


NOTICE OF OYSTER GROUND APPLICATION Sarah Matheson (2020035) has applied for approximately 118 acres of oyster planting ground in Mobjack Bay situated in Mathews City/County. The application is located at Lat/Long: N37-19.4281 / W76-18.6960. To view a map of the application, use this web link to search the application by number (2020035): https://webapps.mrc.virginia.gov/public/oystergrounds/search_applicatons.php or contact the VMRC Engineering/Surveying Department at 757-247-2230. Send written comments or concerns to: Marine Resources Commission, Engineering/Surveying Department, 380 Fenwick Road, Fort Monroe, VA 23651-1064. 43t2


NOTICE OF OYSTER GROUND APPLICATION Sarah Matheson (2020036) has applied for approximately 22 acres of oyster planting ground in Severn River situated in Gloucester City/County. The application is located at Lat/Long: N37-19.5924 / W76-24.2124. To view a map of the application, use this web link to search the application by number (2020036): https://webapps.mrc.virginia.gov/public/oystergrounds/search_applicatons.php or contact the VMRC Engineering/Surveying Department at 757-247-2230. Send written comments or concerns to: Marine Resources Commission, Engineering/Surveying Department, 380 Fenwick Road, Fort Monroe, VA 23651-1064. 43t2


NOTICE OF OYSTER PLANTING GROUND APPLICATION THE ASHE TRUST (2020027) has applied for approximately 2 acres of oyster planting ground in Sarah Creek, N.E. Branch situated in Gloucester City/County. The application is located at Lat/Long: N37-15.5444 / W76-28.2037. To view a map of the application, use this web link to search the application by number (2020027): https://webapps.mrc.virginia.gov/public/oystergrounds/search_applications.php or contact the VMRC Engineering/Surveying Department at 757-247-2230. Send written comments or concerns to: Marine Resources Commission, Engineering/Surveying Department, 380 Fenwick Road, Fort Monroe, VA 23651-1064. 42t2


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING GLOUCESTER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION The Gloucester County Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing at the T.C. Walker Educational Center, located at 6099 T C Walker Road, Gloucester, Virginia on November 5, 2020 beginning at 7:00 PM, to consider the following: Conditional Use Permit CUP-20-03– An application by Thomas C. and Evelyn S. Edwards, property owners, and represented by Cow Creek Solar, LLC (Matthew Hantzmon, CEO), to allow 23.3 +/- 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 one (1) Megawatt (AC) solar energy facility on a single parcel of land located in the SC-1 (Suburban Countryside) Zoning District. This district is intended to allow low density residential development, in limited areas suitable for such development by virtue of their non-prime, non-erodible soils and their suitability for septic systems; cluster development is encouraged in order to protect environmental and scenic resources. The Future Land Use section of the Comprehensive Plan also identifies this area as Suburban Countryside, which is intended to serves as a transitional district between areas with working and rural lands and densely developed Village Areas. 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 located on Tax Map Parcel 25-120C, approximately 850 feet off of Foster Road (State Route 691), in the Ware Magisterial District. Brown Park is located approximately 950 feet to the west of the property. The proposed solar energy facility on TM# 25-120C is to be accessed via a private road. All interested parties are invited to review this application and provide comments at the public hearing. Information related to this permit is available and may be viewed in the Gloucester County Department of Planning & Zoning located at 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia or on the department’s website at www.gloucesterva.info/planning. Citizen comments may also be submitted prior to the public hearing by two different methods: An online form is available on the County’s website at www.gloucesterva.info/citizencomment. Please follow the instructions on the form to indicate your comments are for this specific public hearing. Comments may be submitted by US Mail to County Administration, ATTN: PUBLIC HEARING, 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, VA 23061. Any mailed comments must include your name, your magisterial district, and the title of this public hearing clearly printed at the top. Please type or print all comments legibly. Comments submitted through one of these methods prior to the public hearing must be received by the County no later than close of business on November 4, 2020 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 should contact the Department of Planning & Zoning at (804) 693-1224 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. James R. Gray, Jr., Chair Gloucester Count Planning Commission 43t2


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING GLOUCESTER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION The Gloucester County Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing at the T.C. Walker Educational Center, located at 6099 T C Walker Road, Gloucester, Virginia on November 5, 2020. The Planning Commission Meeting will start at 7:00 p.m. to consider the following: Conditional Use Permit CUP-20-02– An application by Corr Family Limited Partnerships and Edward H. and Lori Ann George (property owners) to allow a portion of 342.45 +/- acres of land to be used as a Utility-Scale Solar Energy Facility (as shown on the associated Feasibility Site Plan) through the 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 Utility-Scale Solar Energy Facility on TM 39-6, 39-7, 39-7A, 39-8C, along Nursery Lane, west of the intersection of US Route 17 and T.C. Walker Road (SR 629), in the Abingdon Magisterial District. This property is located in the SC-1 (Suburban Countryside) Zoning District; and Utlity-Scale Solar Energy Facilities are permitted by Conditional Use Permit in the SC-1 district. The district aims to protect environmental and scenic resources. The Comprehensive Plan identifies this area as Suburban Countryside, which is intended to serve as a transitional district agricultural lands and more densely developed areas. The applicant has provided various Conditions of Approval for the Planning Commission to consider, including maximum height, security fencing and screening, underground wiring, a Traffic Safety Management Plan, and a Decommissioning Plan and surety. The Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors may require additional conditions as they deem necessary. All interested parties are invited to review the application and provide comments at the public hearing. Information related to this permit is available and may be viewed in the Gloucester County Department of Planning & Zoning located at 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia or on the department’s website at www.gloucesterva.info/planning. Citizen comments may also be submitted prior to the public hearing by two different methods: An online form is available on the County’s website at www.gloucesterva.info/citizencomment. Please follow the instructions on the form to indicate your comments are for this specific public hearing. Comments may be submitted by US Mail to County Administration, ATTN: PUBLIC HEARING, 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, VA 23061. Any mailed comments must include your name, your magisterial district, and the title of this public hearing clearly printed at the top. Please type or print all comments legibly. Comments submitted through one of these methods prior to the public hearing must be received by the County no later than close of business on November 4, 2020 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. Persons requiring assistance to attend the hearing should contact the Department of Planning & Zoning at (804) 693-1224 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. James R. Gray, Jr., Chairman Gloucester Count Planning Commission 43t2


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING GLOUCESTER COUNTY BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS Pursuant to Section 15.2-2204 of the Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended, the Gloucester County Board of Zoning Appeals will hold a hearing on October 27, 2020 beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the community room of the Main Library, located at 6920 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia, to consider the following: APPLICATION NO. (BZA) A-20-01 – An appeal upon application by Crystal Recoy, Walter J. Slugg, III, property owner, to the Gloucester County Board of Zoning Appeals under Article 14 of the Zoning Ordinance, Administrative Procedures §14-11, Appeals. The appeal pertains to the Zoning Administrator’s issuance of a Notice of Violation under Sections 5-1, 15-1, and 14-21 of the Gloucester County Zoning Ordinance for a kennel, as defined in Section 2-2 of the Zoning Ordinance, which was established without the benefit of a zoning permit and which does not meet the requirements of the ordinance for the use as a kennel. The subject property is located at 10535 Cedar Gate Lane and is further identified as Tax Map parcel 13A(2)-7; the property lies in the Petsworth Magisterial District and is zoned Suburban Countryside (SC-1). All interested parties are invited to attend this hearing. This application is on file in the Office of Planning and Zoning, County Office Building Two, 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia and may be reviewed during normal office hours (appointment recommended) or on the County’s website at http://www.gloucesterva.info/663/Board-of-Zoning-Appeals. The Office of Planning and Zoning may be contacted at (804)693-1224 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. James Wayne Horsley, Chairman Gloucester County Board of Zoning Appeals 42t2


NOTICE OF REFERENDUM ELECTION TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to an order entered by the Gloucester County Circuit Court on August 7, 2020, in Case No. CL20001035-00, at the general election occurring on November 3, 2020, the County of Gloucester will be conducting a voter referendum on the following question: “Should Gloucester County be authorized to levy a general retail sales tax at a rate not to exceed one percent (1%), provided the revenue from the sales tax be used solely for capital projects for the construction or renovation of schools in Gloucester County and that the sales tax shall expire by July 31, 2040?” [ ] Yes [ ] No This is a sample of the referendum as it will appear on the ballot on November 3, 2020. For more information go to www.gloucesterva.info/SalesTaxReferendum or contact the Gloucester County Department of Community Engagement and Public Information 804-693-5730. 42t3


NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 6313 Belroi Road Gloucester, VA 23061 In execution of a Deed of Trust in the name of Edwen K. Gause and Solange M. Gause dated February 7, 2007, recorded as Instrument #070001077 in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of Gloucester County, Virginia, which Noteholder is Virginia Commonwealth Bank, Successor in Interest to the Bank of Lancaster, the undersigned Substitute Trustees, either of whom may act, will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder, at the front entrance of Gloucester County Circuit Court, 7400 Justice Drive, Gloucester, VA 23061, on November 3, 2020, at 12:00 p.m., the following property. ALL that certain tract or parcel of land, lying and being in Abingdon Magisterial District, Gloucester County, Virginia, containing 1.7354 acres, as more particularly shown on a certain plat dated September 12, 1988 and recorded in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of Gloucester County, Virginia in Plat Book 21, Page 1122. In addition, sale shall be made subject to all existing easements and restrictive covenants as the same may lawfully affect the real estate. Property to be sold in “AS IS” condition without any warranties. Property shall be conveyed to the purchaser by special warranty deed. Terms of Sale: Cash, Cashier’s or Certified Check at sale made payable to Hill and Rainey Attorneys. Certified funds must be presented to Trustee for inspection at the start of sale in order to be qualified to bid. Bidding increments: Not less than $100.00. A deposit of $2,000.00, or 10% of the purchase price, whichever is less, will be required from the successful bidder at the time of sale with settlement within fifteen (15) days from the date of sale. Additional terms may be announced at the time of sale. Pursuant to the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, we advise you that this communication is from a debt collector attempting to collect the indebtedness referred to herein and any information we obtain will be used for that purpose. Robert B. Hill, T.O. Rainey, III, Nathaniel A Scaggs, Jennifer A. Scheller, and Tyler Crowe Substitute Trustees. This is a communication from a debt collector. FOR INFORMATION PLEASE REFER TO: www.hillandraineyattorneys.com HIll and Rainey Attorneys 2425 Boulevard, Suite 9 Colonial Heights, Virginia 23834 (804) 526-8300, Ext. 117 Dates of Publication: October 22 and 29, 2020 43t2


ORDER OF PUBLICATION COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA VA. CODE §§1-211.1; 8.01-316, -317, 20-104 Gloucester Circuit Court 7400 Justice Dr., Room 327 Gloucester, VA 23061 Cynthia Kelley v. Rashod Boykins Case No. CA20-16 The object of this suit seeks to obtain an adoption of Makhi Amir Kelley by his Grandmother Cynthia Kelley. It is ORDERED that Rashod Boykins appear at the above-named court and protect his/her interests on or before January 22, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. Entered 10-16-2020 Jeffrey W. Shaw Judge A copy-teste Margaret Walker, clerk By Carla D. Johnson, Dep. Clerk 43t4


ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. Code § 8.01-316 Gloucester County J & DR-Juvenile Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia in re DIGIACOMO, RYLEE & HARBOUR, MICHAEL Case No. JJ017071-01-00,-02-00 JJ017072-01-00,-02-00 The object of this suit is to: Filing for sole-custody for Rylee Digiacomo (4/29/18) and Michael Harbour (4/5/19) It is ORDERED that the defendant JOHN FLOYD DIGIACOMO appear at the above named Court to protect his interest on or before 12/07/2020, 9:00 AM ENTERED 10/5/2020 April Twist, Deputy Clerk 41t4


PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE GLOUCESTER COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors will conduct a Public Hearing at the T.C. Walker Education Center located at 6099 T.C. Walker Road, Gloucester, Virginia on November 4, 2020 beginning at 7 p.m. to consider the following: AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND REENACT CHAPTER 15 OF THE GLOUCESTER COUNTY CODE ENTITLED “SUBDIVISIONS” BY REPEALING THE FOLLOWING SECTION OF ARTICLE III. – PLATS AND PLATTING: DIVISION 2. PLATTING PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS, SECTION 15-63 ENTITLED “FINAL PLAT,” ADOPTING A NEW SECTION 15.63 ENTITLED “PLATTING PROCEDURES,” AND ADDING A NEW DIVISION 3. – FINAL PLAT REQUIREMENTS, TO ARTICLE III.- PLATS AND PLATTING, WHICH NEW DIVISION REVISES AND REPLACES THE PROVISIONS OF REPEALED SECTION 15-63 TO REDUCE AND BETTER ORGANIZE THE FINAL PLAT REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL TYPES OF PLATS, OTHER THAN BOUNDARY LINE VACATIONS, PROPERTY LINE ADJUSTMENTS, AND IN-PART PARCELS; ADDS NEW SECTION 15-67 ENTITLED “PLAT REQUIREMENT CHECKLIST”; AND ADDS SECTION 15-73 – FINAL PLAT REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL PLATS OTHER THAN BOUNDARY LINE ADJUSTMENTS/VACATIONS OR IN-PART PARCELS, SECTION 15-73.1ADDITIONAL PLAT REQUIREMENTS FOR FAMILY TRANSFERS AND DIVISIONS OF ESTATE, SECTION 15-73.2 – ADDITIONAL PLAT REQUIREMENTS FOR MAJOR AND MINOR SUBDIVISIONS, AND SECTION 15-73.3 – ADDITIONAL PLAT REQUIREMENTS PERTAINING TO PRIVATE ROADS AND PUBLIC RIGHTS-OF-WAY The proposed changes to the subdivision ordinance will repeal the existing section 15-63 of the Subdivision Ordinance relating to final plat requirements, and will replace it with new sections 15-63 and 15-67 that are focused on procedure, and adds a new Division 3, section 15-73 that defines the platting requirements for various types of plats (excluding boundary adjustments, property line vacations, and in-part parcels); section 15-73.1, providing platting requirements for family transfers and divisions of estate; section 15-73.2, providing additional plat requirements for major and minor subdivisions; and section 15-73.3, providing plat requirements pertaining to public streets and private rights-of-way. This ordinance also provides (in section 15-67) that a checklist detailing these requirements to be made available to the public. A complete copy is available and may be reviewed in the first floor outer lobby of County Building Two at 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia, and on the web at www.gloucesterva.info. Citizen comments may also be submitted prior to the public hearing by two different methods: An online form is available on the County’s website at: www.gloucesterva.info/citizencomment. Please follow the instructions on the form to indicate your comments are for this specific public hearing. Comments may be submitted by US Mail to County Administration, ATTN: PUBLIC HEARING, 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, VA 23061. Any mailed comments must include your name, your magisterial district, and the title of this public hearing clearly printed at the top. Please type or print all comments legibly. Comments submitted through one of these methods prior to the public hearing must be received by the County no later than close of business on November 2, 2020 and will be read during the public hearing. Persons requiring assistance to submit comments for the meeting should contact the Gloucester County Administrator’s office at (804) 693-4042 between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday. J. Brent Fedors, County Administrator 43t2


PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE GLOUCESTER COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors will conduct a Public Hearing at the T.C. Walker Education Center located at 6099 T.C. Walker Road, Gloucester, Virginia on November 4, 2020 beginning at 7 p.m. to consider the following: AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 15 – SUBDIVISIONS OF THE CODE OF GLOUCESTER COUNTY , VIRGINIA, BY REPEALING ARTICLE 1 – IN GENERAL, SECTION 15-3.2 – FAMILY TRANSFERS; AND ADOPTING A NEW ARTICLE 1 – IN GENERAL, SECTION 15-3.2 – FAMILY TRANSFERS The proposed changes to the subdivision ordinance will repeal the existing section of the Subdivision Ordinance relating to Family Transfers, adopted in 2006, and will replace it with a new section that reduces or eliminates the previously – required holding periods, allows family transfers in major subdivisions, adds spouses, nieces, and nephews to the definition of immediate family members, and permits LLCs and other corporate entities to transfer property to qualifying family members of the owners. All interested parties are invited to study the ordinance amendment and provide comments at the public hearing. A complete copy of the ordinance is available and may be reviewed in the first floor outer lobby of County Building Two of and in the Gloucester County Administrator’s office at 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia and on the web at www.gloucesterva.info. Citizen comments may also be submitted prior to the public hearing by two different methods: An online form is available on the County’s website at: www.gloucesterva.info/citizencomment. Please follow the instructions on the form to indicate your comments are for this specific public hearing. Comments may be submitted by US Mail to County Administration, ATTN: PUBLIC HEARING, 6489 Main Street, Gloucester, VA 23061. Any mailed comments must include your name, your magisterial district, and the title of this public hearing clearly printed at the top. Please type or print all comments legibly. Comments submitted through one of these methods prior to the public hearing must be received by the County no later than close of business on November 2, 2020 and will be read during the public hearing. Persons requiring assistance to submit comments for the meeting should contact the Gloucester County Administrator’s office at (804) 693-4042 between the hours of 8 A.M. and 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday. J. Brent Fedors, County Administrator 43t2


PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Dorothy Berlin has requested authorization from the Virginia Marine Resources Commission to install a 103-foot long bulkhead channelward of an existing bulkhead along the Chesapeake Bay shoreline at 8 Island Drive in Mathews County. Send comments/inquiries within 15 days to: Marine Resources Commission, Habitat Management Division, 380 Fenwick Road, Bldg. 96, Hampton, VA, Virginia 23651. 43t1


PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Mark Lane has requested authorization from the Virginia Marine Resources Commission to install two (2) 50-foot long groins along the Chesapeake Bay shoreline at 144 Sweet Gum Lane in Mathews County. Send comments/inquiries within 15 days to: Marine Resources Commission, Habitat Management Division, 380 Fenwick Road, Bldg. 96, Hampton, VA 23651 43t1


PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Michael Burns has requested authorization from the Virginia Marine Resources Commission to place rock on two (2) existing timber groins along the York River at 1527 Shorewood 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. 43t1


PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Mr. and Mrs. Whitfield Fitzpatrick have requested authorization from the Virginia Marine Resources Commission to install two (2) 55-foot long groins and 25 linear feet of rock scour protection on an existing boat ramp along the Ware River shoreline at 6598 Hockley Wharf 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. 43t1


PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Treavor Green has requested authorization from the Virginia Marine Resources Commission to install a 15-foot by 26-foot marginal wharf with 88 linear feet of 5-foot wide finger pier and a 22-foot by 50-foot open sided boathouse and install a 105-foot long bulkhead, with returns, along Sarah’s Creek at Tax Map #51CC(1)-11 in Gloucester County. Send comments/inquiries within 15 days: Marine Resources Commission, Habitat Management Division, 380 Fenwick Road, Bldg. 96, Hampton, VA 23651. 43t1


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