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In separate interviews with the ...
In separate interviews with the Gazette-Journal, wetlands board member Ted Broderson and supervisor Neena Putt discussed a telephone call that transpired between them last week.
In his motion to deny, board ...
In his motion to deny, board member Ted Broderson said that the bulkhead was an undesirable means of erosion control and was unnecessary in the proposed location.
An application by the Mathews Land ...
An application by the Mathews Land Conservancy for construction of a 10,800-square-foot boathouse/sailing center at its Williams Wharf site causes a dispute between supervisor Neena Putt and wetlands board member Ted Broderson; Wetlands Board later approves Conservancy's application after it is initially remanded to them by the Virginia Marine Resources Commission ... After nearly a decade of planning, fundraising and saving, ground is broken on a 900-square-foot addition to the Gwynn's Island Museum ... County supervisors approve extending the deadline for collection of the first half of the 2013 real estate taxes; June tax deadline was also extended in 2012 ... Mathews residents Wade and Susan Brooks prevail against a Kentucky firm in home elevation suit ... "Seasons with Brian and Julia," a full-length documentary about Mathews farmers, premieres at the American Film Documentary Festival in Palm Springs, Calif., and is scheduled for screening across Virginia ...
Mathews wetlands administrator Matt Rowe ...
Mathews wetlands administrator Matt Rowe said that Sopko had already begun to clear away the rubble and shell, and board member Ted Broderson moved to approve the application.
pointed out that the site had been commercial for 200 years and that not all of the problems there had been caused by Sopko.
"It's a very complex issue that has been addressed with the utmost concern for the environment," said Broderson
The vote was three to two with Broderson
, Katy Walden and Eddie Inge voting to deny the application, and Mike Brown and Kurkowski dissenting.
said that erosion at the site was minimal and that the area under consideration could be protected by cleaning it up and planting it with vegetation.
Boatel Allowed By Wetlands Board To Enlarge Dock
Board member Ted Broderson, who oversaw restoration of wetlands that were destroyed at the Boatel by a previous owner, moved to approve the application, arguing that the project would increase the business's ability to serve its customers and that boat traffic would be limited to the size of the existing facility.The board unanimously agreed.
said that Alford, as a "certified land disturber," should have known better and that the infraction went "beyond a mistake by the average land owner."