NEW SKIPJACK SUMMER 2014 Edition
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CAPE STORY BY THE SEA
MONTHLY CIVIC ASSOCIATION MEETING
VIRGINIA BEACH RESORT HOTEL
2800 Shore Drive
Monday JUNE 9, 2014 at 7:30pm
I. Call to Order – NEIGHBORHOOD SAFETY AND WATCH
REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE POLICE DEPARTMENT 2ND PRECINCT-SPEAKER
II. Minutes of May 2014 Meeting
III. Treasurer’s Report
IV. Officer’s Report
V. Committee Reports
- Clean Up & Beautification Committee—
- Newsletter SkipJack: email@example.com
- Military Partnership- CSBTS continues to work with JEB-Ft. Story for military family support
- Neighborhood Watch- if not receiving email notices notify –firstname.lastname@example.org
VI. Unfinished Business
- Planned meeting with Commissioner of Revenue-Event Tax to City of Va Beach- City Code Sec.35-182. Levy of Taxes;classification;amount;administration—b.,c.,d.
- Consideration of obtaining 501-4c status for CSBTS
- Flooding Concerns www.longcreekwetlands.com – FUNDING –Gene Evans- Continuing Dredge, Storm Water, Wetlands,
VII. New Business
- CLEAN THE BAY DAY– SAT JUNE 7 come on out 9 AM Call Jeannie Winters (CAPT for Clean the Bay Day) 646-0214–SANDALWOOD WALKOVER ON THE BAY
- JULY 4th EVENTS– Theme: UNDER THE SEA Friday July 4th Volunteers NEEDED – parade starts at BEECH street –line up 9:30-9:45 AM START 10 AM- MAYOR SESSOMS -GRAND MARSHALL-Brunch in PARK (Volunteers needed to help set up –clean up –come on down to the park about 9 AM)- FIREWORKS on BAY 9:30 PM SUPPORT WITH YOUR DONATIONS PLEASE- CSBTS Pays for the FIREWORKS
- PADDLE BOARD RACE July 26th 9AM call Bill House 615-0968 to VOLUNTEER
BAC-Bayside Advisory Commission- June 19, 2014 3:30 PM VB Resort Hotel-
VBCCO – Monthly meeting- June 19. 2014 – Central Library-7PM
SDCC- June 30, 2014 – Monday- 7:30PM- Check www.sdcc.info for current information on Everything you wanted to know about Shore Drive– CSBTS residents may attend as guests-
NO CSBTS MEETINGS – JULY OR AUGUST- NEXT MEETING SEPT 8
The following notice comes from the Cape Story Nextdoor website –
The doggie poop bag dispenser was torn from the post and tossed in the street on the Bayberry side of the Cape Story Park sometime from Saturday evening to Sunday morning. Police Report filed. I hope the Beech and Hatton Street dispensers are still standing.
Click here if you wish to join the Cape Story Nextdoor website https://capestory.wordpress.com/csbts-nextdoor/
Looking for additional ways to stay in touch with your neighbors and neighborhood, sign up for the Cape Story by the Sea “Nextdoor.com” neighborhood page. The City of Virginia Beach and Nextdoor.com have partnered to create neighborhood pages for all the City’s civic groups. You can sign up for Cape Story’s page at the link below
Cape Story Residents have been asked to participate in the City’s testing of a new Emergency Notification System. The system will call your home phone number with a “test message”.
The system will be used in emergency situations to notify citizens of important safety information. It will be similar to the notification system used by the VB Schools.
Additional informaiton regarding the purpose for the test and system:
The purpose of the test is to target a specific area of the city at any given time. A hostage situation would be a perfect example where they would warn everyone to stay inside until advised otherwise. For this first test they have selected one residence that will not receive the message to simulate a hostage situation. That person is aware of the test and will report back to confirm that they did not receive the test message. They could also use it where a person known to “wander” is missing and believed to be in a general area. The last missing person here in CSBTS was a very expensive experience with a police helicopter in the air for almost two hours and numerous patrol cars. It might also be used if there is a bank robbery and the robber is on the loose.
The following notice was received from the Cape Story by the Sea Neighborhood Watch coordinator:
On Friday night, 1/21, at approximately 12:30 a.m., a resident was walking home on the bike path behind Bloom when he was attacked by 2 males, one black and one white, probably in their early to mid 20’s. They tried to get his wallet but the resident was able to throw a few punches of his own and got away from them. One of the attackers was somewhat injured (by the victim) and the other ran away. This is the second incident of this kind in the past few months. Warning: please be aware and do not walk alone on the bike path at night.
Please remember to call 911 if you see a crime in action and call 385-5000, option 1, to report crimes after they have occurred or to report any suspicious activity.
Neighborhood Watch Coordinator
Cape Story by the Sea