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Back Bay Restoration Foundation challenges permit for Ashville Park

VIRGINIA BEACH – Back Bay Restoration Foundation, a non-profit organization that advocates for the health of the bay and its watershed, has launched a court challenge to stop a federal permit process that clears the way for wetlands to be disturbed by additional development and some stormwater management work in the Ashville Park subdivision. In

Back Bay Restoration Foundation Successful – Army Corps Permit on Hold

Back Bay Restoration Foundation Successful - Army Corps Permit on Hold Tuesday, July 9 - This afternoon Back Bay Restoration Foundation (BBRF) attorney, Doug Kahle, was pleased to announce that the Back Bay Restoration Foundation was successful in its efforts to obtain an injunction against the US Army Corps of Engineers regarding the permit for

June 24th 2019

Exactly one month ago I wrote a blog entitled “Why Ashville Park?” The blog began with, “Why not Heritage Park, or even Lago Mar? For that matter, why not the early farmers who cut, ditched and drained the mostly forested wetlands that historically comprised a good portion of the Back Bay watershed? And don’t forget

Back Bay Restoration Foundation Files Motion

  On June 20, 2019, the Back Bay Restoration Foundation (BBRF) filed a Motion for Preliminary Injunction in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, to force the US Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) to rescind their permit allowing the City of Virginia Beach and a California developer from destroying wetlands

Why Ashville Park?

Inquiring minds want to know… why Ashville Park? Why not Heritage Park, or even Lago Mar?  For that matter, why not the early farmers who cut, ditched and drained the mostly forested wetlands that historically comprised a good portion of the Back Bay watershed? And don’t forget the Civilian Conservation Corps, who “stabilized” dunes up