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Scott Rae

Director, Environmental Programs

Gloucester Department of Social Services

HQ Phone:  (804) 693-1234

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Gloucester Department of Social Services

6539 Main St.

Gloucester, Virginia,23061

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Grunt Labor

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District Manager

Tidewater SWCD


Affiliations

Codes Compliance

Environmental Programs Administrator for the Gloucester County Division


Education

bachelor's degree

biology

Christopher Newport University


Web References(4 Total References)


www.gazettejournal.net

The session was targeted to shoreline property owners, said Scott Rae, Gloucester's environmental program administrator, and the audience included property owners, real estate professionals, and wetlands consultants and engineers.


www.gazettejournal.net [cached]

Rae Named To County Bay Plan Post Scott Rae has been named Gloucester County's environmental programs administrator.He succeeds Dianna Wilkinson, who has taken a job with the Virginia Department of Transportation's Wetlands Division in Richmond.Rae, 33, is no newcomer to Gloucester.Most recently, he served as district manager and conservation specialist for Tidewater Soil and Water Conservation District.Where that job served clients in the counties of Gloucester, Mathews and Middlesex, Rae said, his new post finds him at work only in Gloucester.Ron Peaks, director of codes compliance, said Rae administers the Chesapeake Bay Protection Ordinance for the county.Rae conducts case review of that go before the county's Wetlands Board, Peaks said, as well as reviews for Chesapeake Bay encroachment cases that will go to public hearing under new regulations that go into effect with the new year.Kevin Landry of Gloucester, environmental inspector, assists Rae.Rae worked 5½ years at Tidewater S&WCD.Before becoming district manager in the summer of 2002, he had worked for that agency as ag/water quality specialist.Before working there, Rae worked at Corbin Hall Farm in Middlesex County and also at a Middlesex farm owned by relatives.Born in New Orleans, Rae traveled often as his father was in the U.S. Army.He earned a bachelor's degree in biology at Christopher Newport University. He resides at Waterview in Middlesex County with his family.His wife Sarah is a homemaker.


gazettejournal.net [cached]

This is the first time that each of the county-sponsored waterway cleanups will be held on the same day, said Scott Rae, environmental programs administrator for the Gloucester County Division of Codes Compliance.Cleanups will be held, from 8 a.m.-noon along the Perrin River (Crown Pointe Marina as the staging area), Sarah's Creek (York River Yacht Haven), and the Severn River (Severn River Marina).Rae said he hopes 15-20 volunteers will take part in the Perrin River cleanup, perhaps 25-30 will sign up for the Sarah's Creek cleanup, and 40-50 might spruce up the Severn River.Although the Severn River is the longest of the three water bodies, only a portion could be cleaned.Volunteers are needed to assist with registration, debris collection, and shuttling between cleanup zones, he said."We will have plastic bags available at this office or for mailing to property owners who may not be able to participate on the day of the event (June 11)," Rae said."They may clean up their own shoreline and leave the bags for us to pick up.Call this office to coordinate bag delivery and trash pick-up."Following each cleanup, the county is arranging to host a lunch."This year we would like to provide each volunteer a ‘Clean the Bay Save the Bay' T-shirt," Rae said.The county's past waterway cleanups have received contributions from local businesses, state agencies, and private donors.River's Inn Restaurant at York River Yacht Haven has sponsored a "beverage boat" for a number of years, serving coffee and soft drinks to persons cleaning up Sarah's Creek, Rae said.Waste Management has been another active sponsor.Financial assistance is provided, in part, by the Environmental Protection Agency's Chesapeake Bay Program through the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation.Volunteers may register at the Chesapeake Bay Foundation website (www.cbf.org/clean), select Gloucester, and complete the participation form.Rae said volunteers also can call the Environmental Programs office at 693-1217.


www.tidewaterswcd.org [cached]

Scott Rae - District Manager/Conservation Specialist


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