** 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. CARL JOHNSON, #05-2704, requests authorization to construct a 13-foot by 34-foot open-sided boathouse adjacent to an existing private pier at his property situated along Kenny Creek in Mathews County. The project is protested by an adjoining property owner, as well as other property owners in the vicinity.
5. LEE DEARMOND, #05-2356, requests after-the-fact authorization to retain 102 linear feet of vinyl sheet bulkhead installed and backfilled a maximum of two (2) feet channelward of a failing bulkhead at his property situated along Long Creek in the Cape Henry Shores subdivision in Virginia Beach.
6. SARAH A. MOORE, #05-2284, requests after-the-fact authorization to retain 87 linear feet of vinyl replacement bulkhead constructed approximately one (1) foot channelward of a deteriorated timber bulkhead adjacent to her property situated along Kibble Creek in Mathews County.
7. RICK LOY, Notice to Comply #05-15. Formal Restoration Hearing concerning the unauthorized placement of concrete blocks and the installation of a metal slide over State-owned submerged bottom, as well as the unauthorized expansion of an existing private, non-commercial pier at his property situated along Aquia Creek in Stafford County.
8. PERRY ROBERTS, #05-2053, requests after-the-fact authorization to retain a 6-foot by 60-foot private, non-commercial pier, 1,116.5 square feet of decking platforms and finger piers, two (2) boat slips, and two (2) jet-ski slips with lifts adjacent to his property situated along Aquia Creek in Stafford County.
9. KENNETH MORRIS, #05-1089, requests authorization to install two (2) 27-foot by 5-foot pre-cast concrete breakwaters located approximately 60 feet channelward of mean high water and to place 120 cubic yards of sand, as beach nourishment, landward of the breakwaters adjacent to his property situated along the North River near Ware Point in Gloucester County.
10. COLUMBIA GAS OF VIRGINIA #06-0045, requests after-the-fact authorization for the installation, by directional drill method, of a 4-inch natural gas line under Kingsland Creek, a tributary to the James River in Chesterfield County. The line replaces a previously exposed gas line in the same location.
11. COWNOSE RAY ISSUES AND UPDATES; Marine Products Board and Virginia Institute of Marine Science.
12. PUBLIC COMMENTS
13. PUBLIC HEARING: Proposal to construct an artificial fishing reef in the Poquoson River and Mobjack Bay.
14. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration of extending emergency regulation 4VAC20-530-10, "Pertaining to American Shad" to establish a limited bycatch fishery on the spawning grounds of the James, Pamunkey, Mattaponi, and Rappahannock Rivers.
15. REQUEST FOR PUBLIC HEARING: Establish an NSSP requirement for human waste receptable for shellfish harvesting vessels.
16. RECOMMENDATIONS of the Recreational Fishing Advisory Board.
17. REQUEST TO EXTEND CLAM SEASON IN THE JAMES RIVER.
FISHERY MANAGEMENT ITEMS WILL IMMEDIATELY FOLLOW THE HABITAT MANAGEMENT PROJECTS ON THIS AGENDA.