Petition to Deny Indigo Dunes

PETITION TO DENY INDIGO DUNES We the undersigned residents of Virginia Beach OPPOSE current development plans of Indigo Dunes on Pleasure House Point for the following reasons: * Size and density of development along coastal wetlands and creeks threatens water quality and fragile ecosystem and violates the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act. This development eliminates the largest remaining section of land, ~69 acres, in the Bayfront area identified for purchase by the City as Open Space in accordance with the City

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*Endorsed by the Shore Drive Community Coalition & Ocean Park Civic League* ALL CITY RESIDENTS AND NON-RESIDENT VIRGINIA BEACH LANDOWNERS OVER THE AGE OF 16 MAY SIGN. If you have *not* signed the paper petition that is circulating, you *may* sign this online version. Please! Sign only one[1] version - either this one online, or petition on paper. http://www.NoIndigoDunes.com http://www.SDCC.info http://www.opcl.org ------------------------ Additional Notes: ***We take your privacy very seriously and will *not* share any info you give us except as presented to City Council!*** The petitions are not legal documents. Residents, & non-resident landowners of Va Beach only please! The petitions will be distributed to Virginia Beach City Council members to inspire them to deny Indigo Dunes application.

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http://www.NoIndigoDunes.com - Pass this on! [Advertising below is not SDCC\'s, nor OPCL\'s. It is automatically placed by iPetitions.com.]

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    Diane Bostic, United States

    5 years ago Comments you'd like to add: We're tired of the neverending condos and PEOPLE encroaching on our beautiful Shore Drive. Will it ever end?? We have to be smarter than this.
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    Keegan Zondler, United States

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