THURSDAY 11/21: Town Council to Review Sewer Plans, Old Library, New Trail

Cape Charles Town Council meets 6 p.m. Thursday, November 21, at St. Charles Parish Hall. On the agenda are updates on the PSA Regional Wastewater System, former library building, and multi-use trail.

Assistant Town Manager Bob Panek will report on plans by the PSA to provide wastewater treatment to commercial properties on Route 13.

The former library is being prepared for use as a space for Town Council meetings and other town events. Leon Parham has recommended that the Town consult a structural engineer to determine if the building will require additional reinforcement to accommodate the new uses.

The Planning Commission has finished work on the Town sign ordinance and has asked Town Council to schedule a public hearing for December .

Other items on Thursday’s agenda include expansion of the Town water supply backwash vault to keep iron from washing into the Town Harbor, an easement for the Virginia Watermen’s Memorial, a request to Northampton County to assist with funding the library, the computer lab, fireworks, public beach, and breakwaters.

Town Council will be asked to authorize further expenditures for the water reuse plans for the Wastewater Treatment Plant. The Department of Environmental Quality has conceptually approved the water reuse in the Bay Creek lake system. No formal agreement has been made with Bay Creek to accept Town effluent.

The Town information packet may be read by clicking here.



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