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  1. Just posting some pics of my homemade rod wrapper. I tried to keep the design as simple/cheap as possible, yet functional. Used a soft pine wood for the top, poplar for the base and supports. The rollers are old rollerblade wheels. The thread carriage and roller supports slide on two different tracks. Lets see everyone elses design!
  2. The following public comments provided for the Virginia Marine Resource Commission Public Meeting Dec. 16th, 2008 on Public Access Enhancement Projects. Good morning, I’m Darrell Parker of Virginia Beach, VA, and a Director with Virginia Coastal Access Now. VCAN represents recreational anglers and environmental advocates working to protect and enhance the public’s access to Virginia’s beaches and waterways within the Commonwealth of Virginia ’s coastal zone.***** We formed our non-profit as a result of the real loss of public access to Virginia ’s coast. In general VCAN supports projects that create and improve the public’s access to Virginia ’s coast. *****Our non-profit is here today to support the proposed public access enhancement projects: Agenda Item 7. HAMPTON PARKS AND RECREATION, #08-1542, requesting authorization to remove and replace the existing Sunset Creek boat ramp that is adjacent to City property situated along Sunset Creek. More...
  3. VCAN Director Darrell Parker articulated our non-profits public access position during the public hearing on Cape Henry Beach. Virginia Beach City Council*****approved by an 11-0 vote the Ordinance to acquire permanent easements to protect the public's right for recreation and provide sand replenishment at Cape Henry Beach by agreement or condemnation. Director Parker's public comment submitted tonight: The following public comments provided for the Virginia Beach City Council Public Hearing Dec. 9th, 2008 on Cape Henry Beach Public Access For the public record, I’m Darrell Parker of 195 Green Kemp Road, Virginia Beach, VA, 23462 and a Director with Virginia Coastal Access Now. VCAN supports the City of Virginia Beach’s effort to put an end to the continued questionable claim by a few water front property owners that Cape Henry Beach is a private beach. No beach or waterfront in Virginia Beach or within Virginia’s coastal zone is truly private. More...