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State seeking input in Virginia Beach about flooding, resilience master plan for commonwealth – The Princess Anne Independent News – Virginia Beach, Virginia

Virginia Beach, Virginia 2021-09-24 09:43:44 –

In this image, Hurricane Matthew has triggered a flood in the Asheville Park area near Pango since October 2016. [File/The Princess Anne Independent News]

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Virginia beach — The state is developing resilience strategies aimed at conserving resources such as fishing and recreation areas, seeking public comments on dangers such as floods affecting coastal communities.

According to a statement from the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation, the project focuses on state efforts and aims to help local governments develop flood protection measures.

The community meeting is scheduled for Monday, September 27, from 5 pm to 7 pm at the Corporate Landing Middle School on the Corporate Landing Parkway in 1597. Public comments are requested on the state’s efforts to develop a Virginia Coastal Resilience Master Plan.

People can attend the meeting and speak directly or call via (312) 626-6799. Participants can also use Zoom, but they must register online before the meeting. https://bit.ly/3DrlHQm.. The conference identification number is 87142929659.

Information about the plan is available online. www.naturalresources.virginia.gov/initiatives/resilience–coastal-adaptation/..

Public comments can also be made by email Resilient Coast Ba @ governor.virginia.gov..


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