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Letter: Virginia Beach’s sheriff reflects on passing of George H.W. Bush

Dear Editor: As our country remembers its 41st President in the wake of his funeral, I want to pay tribute to a man who has been the biggest influence on my political career.  President George H.W. Bush was a true… Continue Reading

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Letter: Passing along our community newspaper —and local candidate positions — on Election Day

Dear Editor: I was pleased that your Friday, Oct. 26, edition featured all of the candidates. I found the information to be very helpful. Now, I know it is easy to find information with just the click of a button… Continue Reading

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Letter: Oppose Harvest Farms, a turning point for Virginia Beach

Dear Editor: I am a Pungo resident, an athlete, a 3-acre mini farmer, a mom, a wife of a retired Navy serviceperson and a former business owner who is passionate about the outdoors. I live on one of the streets… Continue Reading

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Letter: Asking developer of Harvest Farms to revise plan does not mean committee has decided to support it

Dear Editor,  In response to the article on Harvest Farms subdivision proposal, which was presented to the Transition Area/Interfacility Traffic Area Citizen’s Advisory Committee on Thursday, July 5: The committee requested that the applicant return with a plan in keeping… Continue Reading

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Letter: The agricultural reserve program is an established planning tool and a net benefit for Virginia Beach

Dear Editor: The agricultural reserve program, or ARP, is Virginia Beach’s best idea. It is a mistake to cast this program aside with so little transparency and discussion by reducing it to dollars and cents within the budget.  The ARP… Continue Reading

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Letter: Ending farmland preservation in rural communities a dishonest idea

Dear Editor: Virginia Beach City Manager Dave Hansen believes that the agricultural reserve program, or ARP, is no longer needed. That statement in itself should set off flares.  Remember that City Councilmember Barbara Henley, who represents the Princess Anne District,… Continue Reading

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Letter: The ARP and Ashville Park

Dear Editor: In 2011, I put a “for sale” sign in my yard in Courthouse Estates, and my husband and I began looking for a place with a bit more space around us. We took long drives out to the Virginia… Continue Reading