The Gloucester County Wetlands Board unanimously approved several shoreline improvement requests at its Aug. 10 meeting in the colonial courthouse.
First on the agenda was a request from Dominion Energy, which sought authorization to install a utility pole at 5414 York Haven Lane.
Gregg Strader and Sara Stoneburner sought authorization to construct two 12-foot by 60-foot breakwaters and a 185-foot marsh toe at 9730 Mariners Watch Lane.
James Gregory and Paula Williams sought authorization to construct two 58-foot stone groins with a 40-foot T-head and 35-foot stone spur revetment along with beach nourishment, sprigging and associated bank grading on Pinewold Lane.
Daniel Troutman sought permission to construct a 200-foot oyster bag sill at 7537 Baileys Wharf Road.
Following the meeting of the Wetlands Board, the members reconvened as the Gloucester County Chesapeake Bay Preservation and Erosion Commission. The CBPEC unanimously approved Garland Karnes’ request to encroa...
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