“Two recently reported stumbling blocks in the extraordinary plan to preserve the largest piece of undeveloped waterfront property on the Lynnhaven River shouldn’t be cause for support to waver.”

Read more from the Pilot’s Editorial:

The sale, a steal at less than half the price developers paid for the property in 2007, would fulfill a longtime goal to preserve vital open space, improve the health of wetlands and maritime forests and help to restore the Lynnhaven oyster fishery.

City and community leaders should put their heads together on other funding possibilities.

This is a chance to preserve a chunk of waterfront for our children, for fishermen, for nature lovers.

Photo: Tim Solanic

This is a no brainer folks. Let’s make it happen.

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One thought on ““Two recently reported stumbling blocks in the extraordinary plan to preserve the largest piece of undeveloped waterfront property on the Lynnhaven River shouldn’t be cause for support to waver.”

  1. Yall need to show up and represent for the black skimmer. It gonna be a clapper rail and canvasback savin ocasion, and we need to show support for the gadwall. Bring your beach chairs – there gonna be plenty of power – and we gonna rally!

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