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CB foundation adds board members

The Colonial Beach Foundation, a not-for-profit community corporation, with IRS 501(c)(3) designatio...

Col. Beach getting ready for pageant season

POTOMAC RIVER FESTIVAL AND
CB FIRE DEPT. CONTEST These contests will be held on Sunday, June 5th at ...

Elementary nears completion

Elementary nears completion

Construction firm says it’s ready for permit
Megan O'Connell from Skanska construction company ...

Colonial Beach Chamber recognizes outstanding service

Colonial Beach Chamber recognizes outstanding service

The Colonial Beach Chamber of Commerce recently held its 2015 awards dinner at High Tides on the Pot...

Planning commission passes ES plan with recommendations

Planning commission passes ES plan with recommendations

Colonial Beach Mayor Mike Ham asked the town Planning Commission not to try to redesign the new elem...

Md voters will decide fate of Riverboat in referendum in fall

Colonial Beach Mayor Mike Ham announced at the close of the March 24 council meeting that he testifi...

 

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Planning panel selects Nelson as new member

After interviewing Eric G. Nelson, the Colonial Beach Planning Commission has sent a favorable recommendation to the Town Council for appointment to fill one of the commission's two vacant seats.

Read more: Planning panel selects Nelson as new member

CB planning panel endorses city role in planned center

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A plea for assistance from the Colonial Beach Foundation furthered the Colonial Beach Planning Commission’s work on the Capital Improvement Plan to address the needs of the community, according commission members.
For months the commission has been working to provide not only an update on the CIP, but to streamline the plan into a more usable document.

Read more: CB planning panel endorses city role in planned center

Planning Commission calls for assessments

The Colonial Beach Planning Commission is recommending environmental assessments for two of the North Irving town-owned properties before marketing. The commission did not recommend demolition of the old police building but stated no restrictions should be requested of the eventual purchaser.

Read more: Planning Commission calls for assessments

Commission eyes town-owned properties on N. Irving Avenue strip

The Colonial Beach Planning Commission has been tasked with evaluating town-owned properties and making recommendations to the Council of how to proceed with marketing or managing them.
At its Nov. 12 meeting, the commission reviewed staff recommendations for the vacant properties along North Irving Avenue. The three town-owned buildings currently being considered are the Klotz building located at 6 N. Irving Ave., the old police building at 10 N. Irving Ave. and the old town hall building at 18 N. Irving Ave.

Read more: Commission eyes town-owned properties on N. Irving Avenue strip

Cirbee resigns from CB Planning Commission

The Colonial Beach Planning Commission has lost another of its members.
After only four months of serving on the Colonial Beach Planning Commission, member Steve Cirbee tendered his resignation effective Feb. 27. The Colonial Beach Town Council accepted his decision at its March 12 meeting.   

Read more: Cirbee resigns from CB Planning Commission

Beach must adopt new flood rules

The Colonial Beach Planning Commission and Town Council are under a pressure to adopt new federal floodplain maps and floodplain ordinance changes.
The council will need to adopt the changes before April in order to ensure that residents with flood insurance will not lose coverage, said acting Zoning Administer Brendan.

Read more: Beach must adopt new flood rules

Planning Commission forges ahead despite lack of new floodplain maps

The Colonial Beach Planning Commission has conducted its organizational meeting, electing Maureen Holt to continue to act as chairperson for another year and selecting Robin Schick as vice chair. The commission also welcomed new members Maureen McCabe and Robert Busick.

Read more: Planning Commission forges ahead despite lack of new floodplain maps

Short-handed Planning Commission addresses zoning, public hearing

The Colonial Beach Planning Commission has seven seats. However, with recent commissioners exiting to move on to other endeavors, and commissioners Margaret McMullin and David Coombes choosing not to renew their terms after expiration, the commission is down to four sitting members.

Read more: Short-handed Planning Commission addresses zoning, public hearing

 

 

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