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Newman returns to the Black and Gold

Newman returns to the Black and Gold

Colonial Beach School Board members are very excited to welcome back former CB Elementary School Pri...

5th Annual Jet Ski Races begins Friday

5th Annual Jet Ski Races begins Friday

Colonial Beach will host the UWP- IJSBA Watercross National Tour, Liberty Cup portion of the Nationa...

Potomac Renaissance condos are movin’ on up

Potomac Renaissance condos are movin’ on up

The long planned second phase of the Potomac Renaissance Condominiums in Colonial Beach began buildi...

Council not responsible for delays

In an interview with Tracey Tunstall, Director of Federal Programs and current Interim Superintenden...

Street closings for this weekend's Jet Ski Races

To facilitate the Fifth Annual International Jet Ski Races July 18-20, Taylor Street from Wilder Ave...

Carpenter’s legacy will live on in building named after him

Carpenter’s legacy will live on in building named after him

On June 12, Commissioners, staff and guests gathered to unveil the new sign naming the Potomac River...

 

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Early morning meeting drives council member to quit

On Nov. 14, after the adjournment of an early morning meeting of the Colonial Beach Town Council to discuss the Colonial Beach Police Department, Councilman Tim Curtin left the meeting room, returning about 45 minutes later with his typed resignation.

The resignation states the circumstances under which Curtin decided to run for Council, ultimately applying for an appointed position and later being voted into a four-year term on Council. Curtin stated in his resignation that he joined council to address grave concerns for the future of the town and the need for hard decisions. Curtin did specifically outline these items but said when he was voted in he was hopeful that things would change.

Read more: Early morning meeting drives council member to quit

Council will explore options to disband or abolish CBPD at Nov. 14 meeting

The Colonial Beach Town Council has a busy day planned for Thursday, Nov. 14. Council is expected to hear options from Town Attorney Andrea Erard at 9:30 a.m., on what they can legally do about changing the town’s charter. Although the council has not been too clear on what it wants to change in the charter, some council members have indicated that they are looking for ways to abolish the Colonial Beach Police Department.

Read more: Council will explore options to disband or abolish CBPD at Nov. 14 meeting

Tension revealed during Council work session

The October 24 Colonial Beach Town Council Work Session was customarily long. As usual, it was not without its controversies.

Some members of council were upset over citizen Jay Jarvis’ work on the Boardwalk Vendor Program.

Jarvis, responding to repeated requests from the current council to all citizens to volunteer their expertise to help resolve issues in the town, took charge of researching and inquiries to vendors and business owners to revamp the Boardwalk Vendor Program.

Read more: Tension revealed during Council work session

Discussion of hiring a police chief turns into talk of abolishing Colonial Beach PD

At the October 24 Colonial Beach Town Council work session, what began with a discussion started by Councilman Jim Chiarello on proceeding to hire a permanent police chief, turned into a series of disagreements between council members on how, or if, they should proceed.

Read more: Discussion of hiring a police chief turns into talk of abolishing Colonial Beach PD

October council meeting yields many tricks but few treats

Several accusations were tossed around during the October 10 Colonial Beach Town Council meeting, and two items were approved.

The council passed a resolution to recognize and support the 2014 Downtown Revitalization Management Team. The resolution recognizes that more stakeholders, such as property and business owners, within the revitalization and downtown area, as well as representatives from both Dominion Virginia Power and the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), should be included.

Read more: October council meeting yields many tricks but few treats

Council to consider rental property inspection ordinance

Colonial Beach Building Inspector Dexter Monroe addressed the town council during the August work session, describing some of the problems discovered with rental housing when Code Compliance Manager Theresa Davis responds to citizen complaints.

Read more: Council to consider rental property inspection ordinance

Council discusses obtaining a generator to be available during emergencies but takes no action

Colonial Beach Town Manager Val Foulds recruited Marion Miller, a certified public accountant retired from public procurement, to research options for obtaining a 350 kw generator to power Colonial Beach High School in case of power failures.

Read more: Council discusses obtaining a generator to be available during emergencies but takes no action

Shepherd fights hard battle for controversial parcel

Clayton L. Shepherd found himself before the Colonial Beach Town Council for the third time, fighting for the right to purchase an    827-sq.-ft. piece of land adjoining his property.

Read more: Shepherd fights hard battle for controversial parcel

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