CAPE CHARLES WAVE
November 2, 2012
The Wetlands and Dune Board will hold a public hearing 6 p.m. Friday on the proposed modification of a wetlands mitigation permit obtained by South Port Investors LLC in 2008.
The planned South Port yacht repair facility is adjacent to the Coast Guard station, and entails removal of a portion of wetlands. Government regulations require any removal of wetlands to be mitigated.
South Port previously received permission to mitigate the removal at Eyre Hall. Now, the firm is asking to change the mitigation site to town-owned property leased to South Port.
The proposed mitigation site has received tentative approval by the Army Corps of Engineers.
Carlisle Lamar Nottingham, 92, husband of the late Faye Phillips Nottingham and the late Hattie Brunley Nottingham and a resident of Heritage Hall Healthcare in Nassawadox, passed away Thursday, November 1, at his residence.
A graveside service will be held 2 p.m. Sunday, November 4, at the Wachapreague Cemetery with the Rev. Tammy L. Estep officiating.
A native of Cape Charles, Mr. Nottingham was the son of the late Dr. Carlisle L. Nottingham and the late Eliza Caine Nottingham. He was a retired postmaster of the Wachapreague Post Office, a former deacon and member of Powelton Presbyterian Church, Past Master of Ocean Masonic Lodge AF & AM, member of Loyal Order of the Moose #683, and member of American Legion Post #56. He was a US Air Force Lieutenant, having served in World War II, and was a P.O.W. [Read more…]