HRSD SPECIAL PRESENTATION
Ghent Area Sanitary Sewer Pipeline
A major sewer construction project will soon begin which includes construction on Westover and parts of Manteo, Colley, Llewellyn & Olney. This 16 month project will severely limit on street parking in and around the construction area and some residential streets will be one way during construction. Parking and traffic issues could impact all Ghent residents. Please come to learn more and have your questions answered and concerns heard.
SENTARA’S REQUEST FOR ZONING CHANGE
Redgate Avenue Discovery Daycare Center Site
Presentation by Sentara on its request to the City Council to change the zoning at this site to now allow the site to be used for offices. The zoning was previously changed from residential to allow for a daycare at that site. (Last year, Sentara proposed moving the CSB’s Regional Crisis Center to this location)
NORFOLK COMMUNITY SERVICE BOARD
Update on CSB’s new plans to open a third facility in Ghent area for its Adult Medicaid Psychiatric and Mental Health Clinics, Pharmacy & other services at the 30,000 sq ft Ghent Center Bldg
JOIN US THIS MONDAY NIGHT FEB 7th @ 7pm
BLAIR MIDDLE SCHOOL (Spotswood Ave Entrance)
GHENT NEIGHBORHOOD LEAGUE
For more info: http://www.ghentva.org
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Ghent Neighborhood Concerns to be heard April 20th, 2010
Many Ghent, West Ghent and Ghent Square residents have raised concerns regarding a possible new regional crisis center on Redgate Avenue in Ghent. It has been learned that the Norfolk Community Services Board (“CSB”) is currently in negotiations with Sentara to lease the former Discovery Day Care building in the 800 block of Redgate Avenue to use as a regional crisis center. The NCSB representatives have confirmed that the Redgate Avenue building is one of several possible locations under consideration. Interested or concerned residents are encouraged to attend a presentation by the Norfolk Community Services Board on the proposed use of the site on TUESDAY APRIL 20th at 7pm at Taylor Elementary School hosted by the West Ghent Civic League.
It has been reported that this regional facility would house individuals with behavioral issues in varying degrees of crisis, ranging from people unable to make decisions for themselves to those in eminent danger of harming themselves. It is also reported it will service individuals not just from our city but from the entire region and that some of the individuals will require a police escort to this facility. Current zoning does not allow the proposed use and any such proposal would require City Council approval to rezone the property.
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