- Last Updated on Thursday, 28 June 2012 00:00
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Runabouts - Boats 25 feet and below
1st Mike & Diana Gadwill Happy Our’s
2nd Chris & Deb Up from the Depths
3rd Robin Schick Save the Bay
Cruisers - Boats between 26 and 35 feet
1st Jeffrey & Anne LeeJob Site III
2nd Ray & Linda Johnson The River
3rd Richard & Margaret Racine Good Sun
Yachts - Boats 36 feet and above
1st Mike & Vicky Enos Patriot
2nd Pat & Cindy Allen Bay Monster Two Plus
3rd Bob & Gail Mayer Gail Winds
Special - Best Decorated
1st Pat & Cindy Allen Bay Monster Two Plus
2nd Mike & Diana Gadwill Happy Our’s
3rd Jeffrey & Anne LeeJob Site III
- Last Updated on Thursday, 21 June 2012 19:00
- Published on Thursday, 21 June 2012 19:00
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A water-main sprung a leak when workers from Dominion Power were drilling into the street at the intersection of Hawthorne and Colonial Ave. Thursday morning in Colonial Beach to replace a telephone pole.
The water started to leak out bringing up sand and debris. As the water was forced out, the street began to cave in, eventually leaving a six to seven foot crack and a hole about five feet deep.
As the dirt and rocks were being washed away the pressure shot water out over 25 feet resulting in rocks being hurled through the front windows of the Riverview Inn.
- Last Updated on Sunday, 25 November 2012 21:29
- Published on Wednesday, 13 June 2012 15:18
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The Colonial Beach Planning Commission sent a favorable recommendation to the council to increase the amount of outdoor display/storage that businesses could utilize, but following building and zoning staff's recommendation, the commission agrees a cap should be placed on businesses.
The cap was recommended because building and zoning staff warns that if, in the future, a super store moves in, the outdoor display/storage could have a major impact on the appearance of the business and likewise on the town.
The current zoning ordinance, Article 8, limits outdoor storage to 5% of the total gross floor area of the business structure. The amendment would allow up to 30% of the total gross floor space but Gary Mitchell, Director of Building and Zoning, recommends putting a cap on outdoor display.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 June 2012 23:12
- Published on Tuesday, 12 June 2012 23:12
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The Colonial Beach Business District Revitalization Management Team held a meeting on May 23 to discuss the progress of the town’s Community Development Block Grant application (CDBG) and two other grants the town is seeking, to improve the business district in Colonial Beach.
The town’s CDBG application is currently under review by the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development and decisions for awarding these types of grants are expected this month.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 June 2012 14:27
- Published on Wednesday, 06 June 2012 14:27
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Colonial Beach Police Department (CBPD) will host a portion of the Virginia Law Enforcement Special Olympics Torch Run on Wednesday June 6.
The run will start in Montross at 9 a.m. and will continue in Colonial Beach at 11 a.m. starting on Washington Ave. at Hunan Diner, traveling south on Washington Ave., turning left onto Boundary, then right on Irving Ave.
They will continue south on Irving Ave. to Thackery St. where they will turn around and return north on Irving Ave. down Beach Terrace to the boardwalk.
They will continue on the boardwalk to Colonial Ave. at the Beach Inn Hotel then onto Town Hill ending at the stage.
There will be no streets closed during this event but police will have emergency vehicle escorts at the beginning of the runners and at the end.