** APPROVAL OF AGENDA.
1. MINUTES of previous meeting.
2. PERMITS (Projects over $50,000 with no
objections and with staff recommendation for approval.)
3. CLOSED MEETING FOR CONSULTATION WITH OR BRIEFING BY COUNSEL.
4. OCEAN VIEW BUILDERS, #06-0366. Commission review, on appeal by 74 freeholders of property within the City of Virginia Beach, of the March 20, 2006, decision by the Virginia Beach Wetlands Board to approve a proposal to construct a residential duplex on property along the Chesapeake Bay in the Ocean Park subdivision in Virginia Beach. Deferred from the April 2006 hearing.
5. BAYMARK CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION, #05-2610, requests authorization to construct a 1,375-foot long by 10-foot wide open-pile, concrete fishing pier with a 116-foot long by 30-foot wide modified T-head and a 30-foot wide octagonal covered shelter and two (2) floating docks for water taxis and boat rentals at their property situated along the Chesapeake Bay in the Town of Cape Charles. The project is protested by a nearby licensed pound netter and the Arlington Plantation Home Owners Association. Deferred from the May meeting.
6. HARBOUR VIEW LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, #00-0476. Formal Restoration Hearing concerning the construction of a 30.5-foot by 30.5 foot gazebo structure (approximately 730 square feet) channelward of mean low water adjacent to a riverfront park at the confluence of Knotts Creek and the Nansemond River in the City of Suffolk. Deferred from the May meeting.
7. CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, #96-0083. Formal Restoration Hearing regarding the overdredging of the Lynnhaven Boat Ramp and Beach Facility municipal channel situated along Crab Creek near the Lynnhaven Inlet in Virginia Beach.
8. ROBERT HOLLOWAY, #02-0012. Formal Restoration Hearing concerning the unauthorized expansion of a previously authorized boathouse, construction of a storage shed above the boathouse, addition of a step-down walkway and wave break structure, all without prior authorization, at his property situated along the Poquoson River in York County.
9. TED WARREN, #05-1348, requests authorization to install a 112-foot by 5-foot private, non-commercial, non-riparian, open-pile pier with a 16-foot by 20-foot T-head and a 24-foot by 14-foot open-sided boathouse with a lift adjacent to property situated along Willoughby Bay in Norfolk. The project is protested by an adjacent property owner.
10. ALBERT WILLIAMS, #05-0753, requests authorization to install a 175-foot by 6-foot private, non-commercial, non-riparian, open-pile pier with a 25-foot by 10-foot L-head and a 28-foot by 25-foot open-sided boathouse with a lift and associated 4-foot wide finger piers adjacent to property situated along Willoughby Bay in Norfolk. The project is protested by two adjacent property owners.
11. BRIAN L. PARKER, #05-2618, requests authorization to construct a 17-foot by 40-foot open-sided, private, noncommercial boathouse near the channelward end of a 206 foot long pier and to install a single piling to support an osprey nesting platform adjacent to his property situated along the Piankatank River near the mouth of Back Creek in Gloucester County. The project is protested by an adjoining property owner and an oyster ground leaseholder.
12. EDWARD WALENDY, #05-2566, requests authorization to construct a 35-foot long by 19-foot wide, private, closed-sided, single slip boathouse to replace an existing, storm-damaged, 35-foot long by 28-foot wide, open-sided, dual slip boathouse adjacent to his property on the Western Branch of the Corrotoman River in the Corrotoman-by-the-Bay subdivision in Lancaster County.
13. GASLIGHT LANDING, LLC, #05-1221, request authorization to construct a 26-slip community pier facility to include: the installation and backfilling of 22 linear feet of bulkhead; the construction of a 12-foot wide by approximately 257 foot long marginal wharf extending approximately eight feet channelward of mean low water; and the construction of two (2) 8-foot wide by 125-foot long piers with 8-foot wide by 58-foot long T-head platforms, extending approximately 141 feet channelward of mean low water, with a total of two (2) access ramps/gangways, thirteen (13) 3-foot wide by 20-foot long finger piers, twenty-six (26) 3-foot by 3-foot triangular platforms installed adjacent to each finger pier and T-head, and thirteen (13) free-standing mooring piles, adjacent to the planned Gaslight Landing town home development situated along the Occoquan River in the Town of Occoquan, Prince William County.
14. PUBLIC COMMENTS
15. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration of proposed amendments to Regulation 4VAC20-150, "Pertaining to the Dredging of Conchs" and Regulation 4VAC20-900, "Pertaining to Horseshoe Crab" to comply with certain provisions of the Interstate Fishery Management Plan for the Horseshoe Crab.
16. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration of proposed amendments to Regulation 4VAC20-252, "Pertaining to the Taking of Striped Bass" to provide an exemption to slot limit or season requirements for recreational striped bass fishing tournaments meeting certain conditions.
17. RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COMMERCIAL FISHING ADVISORY BOARD for the funding of certain projects.
18. REQUESTED AMENDMENTS TO REGULATIONS pertaining to the use of gill nets in Virginia waters, for the conservation of bottlenose dolphin.
19. REQUEST FOR PUBLIC HEARING: AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION 4VAC20-566, "Pertaining to the Hampton Roads Shellfish Relay Area" to permanently extend the relay season to September 30th of each year.
20. REPEAT OFFENDERS
FISHERY MANAGEMENT ITEMS WILL IMMEDIATELY FOLLOW THE HABITAT MANAGEMENT PROJECTS ON THIS AGENDA.