CSBTS June 11th General Meeting Agenda

Click here for a printable version of the agenda JUNE 2012 CAPE STORY BY THE SEA

CAPE STORY BY THE SEA 

MONTHLY CIVIC ASSOCIATION MEETING

VIRGINIA BEACH RESORT HOTEL

2800 Shore Drive

Monday, June 11, 2012 at 7:30pm 

 

I.     Call to Order                                                       

II.   Minutes of May 2012 Meeting

III. Treasurers Report

IV. Officers Reports 

V.   Committee Reports

  • Clean Up & Beautification Committee—  June  before JULY 4th EVENTS
  •  Newsletter- SkipJack   SUMMER Issue– g.t.stover@cox.net-  SUMMER Issue
  • Military Partnership-  CSBTS continues to work with JEB-Ft.Story for military family support- 
  • Neighborhood Watch

VI .    Unfinished Business

  • www.longcreekwetlands.com – FUNDING
  • SPRING FLING – held on May 27th –rain date –Pick a theme for July 4th Parade  – Parade Theme  determined by votes:  RED, WHITE  & SCARY—in the tradition of the great Halloween events and pirate /tall ships of Cape Story-

VII.    New Business  

  • July 4th events- Mayor Sessoms-  will be our GRAND MARSHAL –

PARADE, BRUNCH, FIREWORKS-Volunteers needed – DONATIONS FOR FIRE WORKS-Mailing Sent- Sponsored by CAPE STORY BY THE SEA- Your Support buys the FIRE WORKS, fire marshals, permit as well as your trucks to transport shells over the dune atFirstLandingState Park

  • Oyster Roast Planning meetings – Committee chairs identified.  Location at O’Leary’s on Sunday, November 4, 2012- Tickets $30 in advance. Monthly planning meetings to continue for Oyster Roast.  Watch for emails
  • VBCCO –June 21 , 2012- Thursday-7PM Central Library

 Light Rail discussion to continue and the upcoming referendum to extend light rail toVirginia Beach. CapeStoryresidents may attend as guest.

  • SDCC –Monday , June 25,2012– 7:30PM  Check www.sdcc.info for current information on Everything you wanted to know about Shore Drive– CSBTS residents may attend as guests-  Delegate Chris Stolle guest speaker scheduled
  • CAPESTORY BY THE SEA 2012 MEMBERSHIP currently ___including Christmas Light winners. IF YOU LIVE IN CAPE STORY,   YOU can be a member for $10 (covers cost of newsletter, park expenses, food for Spring Fling & Santa & July 4thFILL OUT  APPLICATION – Membership Drive for 2012 – please fill out and send in to continue to receive CSBTS email. Please email emunden@aol.com if you are not receiving CSBTS emails (meeting agenda, events, and flyers).                            

VIII.               Adjourn

Marina Shores Marina Wetlands Hearing WITHDRAWN…..for now.

The application for expanded wetslips and a permanent dredge spoils transfer station has be WITHDRAWN.  See email excerpt from City below.

 
This is to advise you that the applicant’s agent has requested that the Joint Permit Application, (VB09-101) for Marina Shores Marina be withdrawn.  The project will be redesigned for a future submittal of a new Joint Permit Application.

Accordingly, this is to advise you that the application will not be considered by the Wetlands Board at the January 18, 2011 Wetlands Public Hearing.

Lonnie Warren
Coastal Zone Inspector
City of Virginia Beach
Environment and Sustainability Office

CAPE STORY CHRISTMAS LIGHT WINNERS 2010

Holiday LIGHTS WINNERS

Cape Story by the Sea – December, 2010

December 2010

 

MOST Lights 

2223 Maple Street          

 

BEST Bribe

2267 Walke Street

 

MOST Spirited

2732 Shore Drive

 

MOST Tasteful

     2200 Bayberry Street

 

MOST Original

          2244 Maple Street

 

MOST Traditional

2227 Maple Street

 

BEST Peace on Earth

2312 Walke Street

 

BEST Street Participation

            WALKE Street  64%

 

 

Honorable Mention

2215 Oak

2310 Oak

2235 Oak

2707 Poinciana

2223 A/B Beech

2212 Wake Forest

2122 Wake Forest

Cape Story’s 12th Annual Spring Fling

Similar to last year, we had to postpone the event one week due to weather.  But we had sunny skies on a Memorial Day weekend and a wonderful event that drew about 80 children and parents for the festivities.  Jared from Astro DJs kept the party shaking with cool tunes and special events.  DeeDee from Bobby the Clown Agency made great balloon animals and painted unique designs on many smiling faces.  All enjoyed hamburgers, hotdogs, and chips courtesy of the Civic Association.  Snow cones and popcorn where graciously provided by LYNN HUME, RE/MAX Allegiance.  Yummy desserts were also brought and shared by neighbors.    Kids of all ages had an out of this world time on the moonwalk, while others competed in various games to try to win gift certificates to AMC theatres.  The kids even managed to beat the adults in a tug-o-war match. 

Event winners were:

  • Hula Hoops – Mia Wallace
  • Belly Ball – Jenifer and Todd Solomon
  • Water Balloon Toss #1 – Rachel Reiss & Haley Reiss
  • Water Balloon Toss #2 – Chris Buca & Alley Wood
  • Sack Race #1 – Elizabeth & Emma Jennings
  • Sack Race #2 – Julian Molldow
  • Sack Race #3 – Brett Pendergast
  • Basket Ball Free Throw (7yr & under) – Mason Solomon
  • Basket Ball Free Throw (8yr & up) – Mack Barnes

 Additional Spring Fling Thank You!!!

Thanks to Patrick Slyer and Andy Baan for cooking up the burgers and dogs.  A special thanks goes to the few that support the many, Shirley Drye, Empsy Munden, Don Lawson, Brian Harrell, Gary Forrest and Jenifer Solomon for set-up, serving and clean-up.  And another big thank you to this year’s coordinator, Todd Solomon, for putting together a terrific event.

CHECK OUT THE PHOTOS on our Cape Story Shutter Fly Page.  Go to the Neighborhood Photos Tab on our Menu Bar.

Oak St Benefit Yard Sale 4/9 – 11

Here’s the new date for the CAPE STORY by the SEA  YARD SALE   to benefit CSBTS neighbors in need:

FRIDAY  10:00 a.m. TO 4:00 p.m. on APRIL 9TH, AND SATURDAY AND SUNDAY APRIL 10-11 th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 2215 Oak Street.

Janet Hollingsworth (contact info. below) will continue to except donations through this date. The response so far has been amazing.


As mentioned at the civic association meeting, we have a couple on Oak Street who are going through a very difficult time and could use our help. Jorge and Stephanie moved into our neighborhood about a year ago. Shortly after their arrival, Stephanie was diagnosed with cancer. Their health insurance from her job had lapsed during the move, and treatment was delayed. She is currently down to 75 lbs, and has a broken hip. She has to deal with a trachea tube and feeding tube, but is still fighting. 
 
Jorge is a master tiling contractor, but has had little opportunity to work because he is Stephanie’s primary care giver. 
 
Our neighbor Janet Hollingsworth at 2215 Oak Street is holding a yard sale fund raiser for them the last weekend in March (Saturday is the 27th)  DATE CHANGED DUE TO WEATHER . We would like to spread the word, and ask for any items that might be donated to help these neighbors. 
 
Janet’s contact information is: 
Janethollingsworth11@yahoo.com 
321-0921

More help needed for family we aided at Christmas

 

I received this email from Teri Doddy — 
Teri has agreed to continue to be our champion for this family. 
 TereDod7@aol.com  phone 621-6724 
 and 2219 Bayberry Street
 
Empsy,  
I just got a call today from Tamika (the family we helped at Christmas that had no furniture). She called to let me know her 6 yr old has been in CHKD since 2/11/10 with an absess on the brain and has had 4 brain surgeries. She is still in PIC (ICU). Due to being with her child Tamika has not been able to work the last couple months. She has contacted Social Service which is helping her with her water bill, but out of funds otherwise. Her rent is paid for, but she’s two months behind on her electricity ($473.00) and is in need of items that she cannot buy with food stamps (diapers, toilet paper, shampoo, soap, laundry detergent, dish liquid, etc.). She has received a cut off notice for her electricity for 3/4/10, but has been able to borrow $20 here and there to send to Dominion VA Power so her electricity hasn’t been cut off yet.  
  
I told her I would see if we could send out an e-mail to CSBTS to see if anyone is willing to help her with any of her needs. I know this is a hard working young lady who has been appreciative of everything CSBTS has done for her. This medical emergency has set her back by not being able to work.  
Please advise if you think we could send out an e-mail. I would be willing to help coordinate the collection and to take items to Tamika if anyone is willing to help.  
  
Regards,  
Teri Doddy  *Mail checks to Teri Doddy at 2219 Bayberry St.  Indicate $ is for Tamika in the memo section*

Update: all pets reunited

Update: All the below animals were reunited with their owners.

Several animals found!

3/20:  Yellow Lab or Golden Retriever, found on Wake Forest St. near Poinciana Dr. Sat 3/20.  He is wearing a tan/brown collar with the name Hobbes on it.  Please call Kevin to claim on 848-3336 up until 5:00 p.m. today (3/20).

3/21: We just found a tailless adorable cat in our outdoor shower. It looks (and smells) like he/she has been there a while. It has fluffy black, grey fur on its back and some legs and a white underbody and white triangle around the mouth area.  It does not have a collar, and although it seems to want to hang out here, it is rather skiddish of us and our dog  (who thinks she has found a new playmate).  I can be reached at 617-6277.

3/22:  A huge, grey, domestic rabbit was found on Oak St. Bayside.  Please call Elyse – 412-0644 to claim.