In the August 24th edition of the Eastern Shore Post, an article highlighting recent activity by the Cape Charles Town Council stated, “both new and old council members attended a work session on July 26 with a presentation by Michael Sterling and Chris Ambrosio of the law firm, Vandeventer Black, on topics such as the town code of ethics and personnel policies. The town council was briefed on a variety of ethics issues, including avoiding conflicts of interests and bribes offered in exchange for performance of public duties, getting an individual a government job, appointment, or promotion, or obtaining contracts. Another work session will be held on Sept. 6, when the Vandeventer Black firm will brief the council on the town’s annexation agreement with Brown & Root Inc. that made the area now known as Bay Creek part of Cape Charles.“
There is often some confusion when we say ‘Bay Creek’. In reality, not only the South Tract is Bay Creek, but also The Colony, Kings Bay, and the abandoned Marina Village East subdivisions. For some reason, there is the impression that only ‘the golf course‘ side is Bay Creek.
Recognizing the full extent of the PUD is very important for a legal, social and financial context, especially with the upcoming work session scheduled for September 6th.