of previous meeting.
over $500,000 with no objections and with staff recommendation for approval).
4. CLOSED MEETING FOR CONSULTATION WITH, OR BRIEFING BY COUNSEL.
5. SEBASTIAN PLUCINSKI, #11-1384, requests after-the-fact authorization to retain seven (7) galvanized metal fence posts with concrete bases and to install eight (8) fence lines consisting of 2-inch diameter galvanized fence posts with interconnecting chain extending landward of mean high water to a pond located behind the natural dune system, and install eight (8) pilings at the mean low water line at the terminus of the property lines of four separate parcels along the Chesapeake Bay on White Marsh Beach in the City of Hampton.
6. VININGS MARINE GROUP LLC AND EAST BEACH LLC, #07-1161. Commission review on appeal by the applicant of the April 11, 2012, decision by the Norfolk Wetlands Board to deny their request to modify an existing wetland permit to impact approximately 3,720 square feet of vegetated and nonvegetated wetlands with on-site mitigation of 2,450 square feet of vegetated wetlands as the result of the construction of the Harbor House at East Beach apartments, super yacht facility, and associated facilities at their property situated along Fisherman’s Cove (Little Creek) in the City of Norfolk.
8. LLOYD C. RIGGS, Notice to Comply #12-03. Review of the unauthorized expansion of the “Ram Island Clubhouse” including a second story, power poles and power line, and attached decking and piers located in a section of Back Bay, generally east of Shipps Cabin Road in the Pungo area of Virginia Beach.
9. MR. and MRS. JON KIRKPATRICK, #11-0629, request authorization to retain an unpermitted 27-foot by 12-foot closed sided, one story dock house over a portion of their pier situated adjacent to their property along Chesconessex Creek at 18192 Robins Lane in Accomack County. The applicants have also applied to retain a reconstructed private pier that now exceeds the statutory exemption under §28.2-1203(A)(5).
10. MARVIN WILSON, #12-0120, requests after-the-fact authorization to retain a 438 square foot enclosed gazebo with 7-foot 7-inch high screen sides, including several panels with 3-foot 6-inch high partial wooden walls, and two 7-foot 7-inch high full wooden walls adjacent to his property situated along the Potomac River at 2 Potomac View Lane in Stafford County.
11. PUBLIC COMMENT.
12. PUBLIC HEARING: Establishment of the spiny dogfish commercial harvest quota for the upcoming fishing season, May 1 through April 30.
13. PUBLIC HEARING: Establishment of daily trip limits for Spanish mackerel to comply with the ASMFC fishery management plan.
14. PUBLIC HEARING: Proposed amendments to Regulation 4VAC20-960-10 et seq., “Pertaining to Tautog,” to establish the 2012 recreational and commercial management measures.
15. PUBLIC HEARING: Proposed amendments to Regulation 4VAC20-1230-10 et seq., “Pertaining to Restrictions on Shellfish,” to establish safer public and private warm-water oyster harvest measures, for public health safety.
16. PUBLIC HEARING: Proposed amendments to Regulation 4VAC20-1250-10 et seq., “Pertaining to Tagging of Shellfish,” to establish a method of identifying harvested shellfish, according to its original Virginia harvest area, at any time of the year, to include tags to identify harvested oysters for shucking or post-harvest processing only.
17. REQUEST FOR PUBLIC HEARING: Establish the 2012 commercial bluefish quota, as part of Chapter 4VAC20-450-10 et seq., “Pertaining to the Taking of Bluefish”.
18. FAILURE TO REPORT: Cases involving failure to report commercial harvests, in accordance with Chapter 4VAC20-610-10 et seq., “Pertaining to Commercial Fishing and Mandatory Harvest Reporting”.
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2A. PLAINS MARKETING, LP, YORKTOWN TERMINAL, #12-0407,
requests authorization to mechanically maintenance dredge approximately 36,000 cubic yards of subaqueous material to maintain maximum navigable depths of -40 feet at mean low water adjacent to an existing petroleum loading/unloading pier situated along the York River in York County.
Recommend approval with our standard dredge conditions. All dredge material will be slurried in a tending barge and hydraulically pumped ashore to a bermed upland placement area on site.
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3A. DAVID BETTIS, #12-0494, requests after-the-fact authorization to retain a 130-foot long by 5-foot wide private, noncommercial pier, including a 10-foot long by 16-foot wide L-head platform, a 10-foot long by 3-foot wide finger pier, and associated mooring piles, adjacent to his property at 1348 Bayville Street, which is bordered by a City platted street, situated on Willoughby Bay in the City of Norfolk.
Staff recommends approval.
VMRC DOES NOT
DISCRIMINATE AGAINST INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES; THEREFORE, IF YOU ARE IN
NEED OF REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS DUE TO A DISABILITY, PLEASE ADVISE JANE
MCCROSKEY (757-247-2215) NO LATER THAN FIVE WORK DAYS PRIOR TO THE
MEETING DATE AND IDENTIFY YOUR NEEDS.
FISHERY MANAGEMENT ITEMS
WILL IMMEDIATELY FOLLOW THE HABITAT MANAGEMENT PROJECTS ON THIS AGENDA.