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Posted on August 1, 2020 7:00 AM by Landscape Advisory Committee
Categories: General, NTRA Business
Thank you to the 123 homeowners who responded to the annual landscaping survey.  Results are being compiled and will be summarized in next month’s newsletter.  This annual survey is your opportunity to provide input into the landscaping services funded by your HOA dues.  Your responses are critical in providing guidance to the Landscaping Advisory Committee.
 
Weekly landscaping services scheduled for August include mowing, string trimming, power edging, and routine cleanup.  Re-pruning where growth is the greatest will occur two days a week.
 
As a reminder, property owners have an opportunity each year to opt out of pruning and shearing by notifying Town Management of your intent to do so. Town Management maintains a list of properties opting out and notifies Virginia Lawn and Landscaping.  Virginia Lawn and Landscaping then posts temporary signs on designated properties prior to the initiation of pruning services and removes them once the service is completed.  The list of properties opting out is good for one year.  Property owners must renew their request annually.
 
Thank you to pet owners who are making an effort to direct your pets to the Pet Relief Areas in Village Green, Abbey Commons, Savannah Square, and Chelsea Green. This is a pilot project to encourage dogs to respect the turf and utilize designated areas to do their business. Thank you for helping to keep New Town green!
Posted on August 1, 2020 7:00 AM by Kathy Mullins
Categories: NTRA Business
The first meeting of the newly elected Board of Directors ran two full hours.  Even so, the Board was not able to address all business matters. The meeting ended without adjournment and will continue in Executive Session on Wednesday, July 29, at 6 pm.
 
Here are some points of interest from the July 23 session. 
 
Tim Grueter of Town Management reported that there are presently 502 homes in New Town, very close to the 505 homes projected by this time.
 
Tim was asked to set up a Zoom Acct to be managed by the Communications Committee chair.  The account will be used for committee meetings and other Zoom activities. These will be scheduled and announced on the NTRA calendar to encourage community participation.  
 
The BOD is seeking updated guidance on the display of political signs by homeowners.  Reminders of display rules will be sent out to homeowners in August.
 
Activities. The annual Pool Party will not be held this summer.  The Activities Committee plans a more Covid-friendly Frozen Yogurt event for the community in August.  The committee is exploring other ideas for community interaction that comply with Covid guidelines, for instance, Noon Talks conducted over Zoom.  Seven children participated in the Riddle Trail during the first week.  The committee feels that gaining some information about the number and ages of New Town children would help them plan family  activities.
Pool. Residents were pleased that the pool was able to open over the July 4th weekend.  Usage has averaged about 40 persons per day.  Highest usage, 121 persons, was recorded on July 4th.
  
Asset Management. The committee’s review of NTRA assets revealed that many are in need of maintenance. AMC was advised to prepare a prioritized list of these maintenance needs and costs for discussion with BOD. 
 
Walking Trails. The Landscape Company is under contract to provide specific routine maintenance of the trails. Other needs or amenities are considered projects and should be factored into budgeting.  AMC will consult with Jim Barnes and Town Management and prepare a report of Trail needs differentiated by maintenance or project, with estimated costs.  
             
Savannah Square Amendment: 47 affirmative votes are still needed to reach the required number to pass the amendment.  BOD will mount a campaign to reach all potential voters by mail. Any homeowner that has not already voted is asked to affirm the amendment. 
Posted on August 1, 2020 7:00 AM by Town Crier Staff
Categories: General, NTRA Business
Submitted by Libby Flowers, ARC Chairperson
 
There are lots of new homeowners in New Town.  What do all homeowners need to know about making exterior changes to homes? The most important advice to pass along to homeowners is this:  Always make an application to ARC BEFORE making an exterior change.  
 
ARC is charged with reviewing and approving or disapproving all applications made by homeowners for exterior changes to homes or property. This is not a difficult process. Use the ARC Application Form available on the NTRA website. Submit completed form and ALL required support documents to ARC c/o Town Management.  Each committee member will review the project documents and visit the site.  ARC discusses and votes on applications at meetings, held on the second Tuesday of each month at 4 pm. 
 
While sheltering in place during this time of Covid-19 precautions, the committee has continued to work electronically.  Sixteen homeowner applications have been processed.  When working electronically, the committee’s vote on a project must be unanimous.
 
Your homeowner documents are the best reference for allowed changes and details about rules.  ARC offers a condensed set of GUIDELINES on the NTRA website.  Projects that are specifically prohibited will not be approved.  
 
The purpose of ARC is to maintain a cohesive, attractive appearance in our neighborhoods.  This is what attracted most residents to live in New Town.
Posted on August 1, 2020 7:00 AM by Town Crier Staff
NTRA Pool Committee
 
The Governor of Virginia recently enacted new restrictions on gatherings to be limited to less than 50 people.  The new restrictions include the New Town Residential Association Pool. 
 
At the direction of the New Town Residential Association Board of Directors, in the event pool usage approaches the allowed capacity the pool will operate on a block schedule with two-hour time periods.  Between periods the pool will be cleared, and the area will be sanitized.  In the event the pool area has reached capacity, at the end of the block time the pool the area will be cleared. Upon re-opening, entry into the pool area will be on a first-come-first-served basis until capacity is reached.  Upon re-opening priority will be given to newly arrived homeowners.  All homeowners are expected to comply with this process so that all those who want to swim will have the opportunity.  This policy will be monitored by the pool committee and may be adjusted to accommodate need.
 
Pool Schedule
Sunday thru Friday (Closed Tuesday)             Saturday
11:30 am to 1:15 pm                                      10:00 am to 11:45 am
1:30 pm to 3:15 pm                                        12:00 pm to 1:45 pm
3:30 pm to 5:15 pm                                        2:00 pm to 3:45 pm
5:30 pm to 7:15 pm                                        4:00 pm to 5:45 pm
                                                                        6:00 pm to 7:45 pm
                                                                        8:00 pm to 8:30 pm
 
There will be a short break halfway through each session in order to check the chemical levels of the pool.
Homeowners are reminded that the steps outlined above have been developed in order to open the pool in the safest way possible.  The Board of Directors and Pool Committee respectfully request your full compliance with the rules set forth as well as your cooperation with the pool staff.
 
Questions or concerns should be directed to Town Management 757-565-6200
Posted on August 1, 2020 7:00 AM by Maxwell Pfannebecker
Categories: Life in New Town
If you're hitting the pool regularly to beat the summer heat, you've probably made acquaintance with the summer staff at the NTRA Pool. 
 
Kail Wade - Lifeguard
Kail is a 2019 graduate of Bruton High School and will be returning to Boston for his second year at Berklee College of Music where he's studying sound engineering. It should come, then, as no surprise that Kail's favorite hobby is music. He also enjoys reading, running, and weightlifting when he's not working at the pool. You can see Kail Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday keeping watch over the pool and its guests. 
 
 
William Adams - Attendant
When you first enter the pool you're sure to be greeted with a great smile, a pleasant demeanor, and a covid questionnaire from William, one of NTRA's pool attendants who helps keep the pool safe, secure, and clean. William is a rising Junior who is very much looking to get back to school and getting out on the football field at Lafayette High School where is plays left tackle (Go Rams!). Adams is a bit soft-spoken and admits he's a little on the shy side until you get to know him, so make sure to give him a warm welcome when you see him!
 
 
With new pool restrictions enacted due to Governor Northam's orders, the pool staff is working harder than ever to maintain a safe environment for you and your families. Please make sure to thank them for being here and be patient and courteous with the new processes as we move forward!
Posted on August 1, 2020 7:00 AM by Town Crier Staff
Board Buzz
Dave Holtgrieve, Secretary
 
I was appointed Secretary (Non-voting) at the Board of Directors (BOD) Organizational Meeting on June 19th. I have some experience for the secretary position as I served as secretary for the Transition Committee and a fill in for the Residential Advisory Board (RAB).
 
My responsibilities include preparing the agenda, board minutes, board meeting packet, and general administrative assistance to the board.  I will prepare the minutes for publication on the residential website seven days before the meeting for residents to review.  Meetings are scheduled for the Fourth Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. via Zoom.  The Zoom address can be obtained by viewing the website calendar and clicking on the board meeting 
 
The agenda will include a “Public Comment” period for residents to weigh in if they wish.  This will be held at the beginning of the meeting to allow individuals to speak, but not having to sit through the entire meeting if they are limited by time.
 
To provide early transparency of each meeting, the board decided to approve the minutes via email so to allow posting on the website before the next meeting.  My goal is to try to get the minutes published approximately two weeks after the meeting.  Of course, if the board goes into Executive Session (the meeting is not adjourned with this action), it may be a longer period.  
 
On a final note due to this appointment, I resigned as chair of the Asset Maintenance Committee (AMC) of which Fred Lesnett was elected to that position.  The board has also decided based on the recommendation of the AMC to postpone the AMC program of Third-party Residential Inspections to 2021.  I encourage each Owner to conduct a self-inspection this year to review the maintenance status of their property (mostly power washing and painting), and to lessen the probability of incurring maintenance problems in the future. This action will maintain our property values as a first quality neighborhood.
 
We’re listening!  
The latest from the Landscaping Advisory Committee
 
Thank you to the 123 homeowners who responded to the annual landscaping survey.  Results are being compiled and will be summarized in next month’s newsletter.  This annual survey is your opportunity to provide input into the landscaping services funded by your HOA dues.  Your responses are critical in providing guidance to the Landscaping Advisory Committee.
 
Weekly landscaping services scheduled for August include mowing, string trimming, power edging, and routine cleanup.  Re-pruning where growth is the greatest will occur two days a week.
 
As a reminder, property owners have an opportunity each year to opt out of pruning and shearing by notifying Town Management of your intent to do so. Town Management maintains a list of properties opting out and notifies Virginia Lawn and Landscaping.  Virginia Lawn and Landscaping then posts temporary signs on designated properties prior to the initiation of pruning services and removes them once the service is completed.  The list of properties opting out is good for one year.  Property owners must renew their request annually.
 
Thank you to pet owners who are making an effort to direct your pets to the Pet Relief Areas in Village Green, Abbey Commons, Savannah Square, and Chelsea Green. This is a pilot project to encourage dogs to respect the turf and utilize designated areas to do their business. Thank you for helping to keep New Town green!
 
Highlights from BOD Meeting, July 23
Kathy Mullins
The first meeting of the newly elected Board of Directors ran two full hours.  Even so, the Board was not able to address all business matters. The meeting ended without adjournment and will continue in Executive Session on Wednesday, July 29, at 6 pm.
 
Here are some points of interest from the July 23 session. 
 
Tim Grueter of Town Management reported that there are presently 502 homes in New Town, very close to the 505 homes projected by this time.
 
Tim was asked to set up a Zoom Acct to be managed by the Communications Committee chair.  The account will be used for committee meetings and other Zoom activities. These will be scheduled and announced on the NTRA calendar to encourage community participation.  
 
The BOD is seeking updated guidance on the display of political signs by homeowners.  Reminders of display rules will be sent out to homeowners in August.
 
Activities. The annual Pool Party will not be held this summer.  The Activities Committee plans a more Covid-friendly Frozen Yogurt event for the community in August.  The committee is exploring other ideas for community interaction that comply with Covid guidelines, for instance, Noon Talks conducted over Zoom.  Seven children participated in the Riddle Trail during the first week.  The committee feels that gaining some information about the number and ages of New Town children would help them plan family  activities.
Pool. Residents were pleased that the pool was able to open over the July 4th weekend.  Usage has averaged about 40 persons per day.  Highest usage, 121 persons, was recorded on July 4th.
  
Asset Management. The committee’s review of NTRA assets revealed that many are in need of maintenance. AMC was advised to prepare a prioritized list of these maintenance needs and costs for discussion with BOD. 
 
Walking Trails. The Landscape Company is under contract to provide specific routine maintenance of the trails. Other needs or amenities are considered projects and should be factored into budgeting.  AMC will consult with Jim Barnes and Town Management and prepare a report of Trail needs differentiated by maintenance or project, with estimated costs.  
             
Savannah Square Amendment: 47 affirmative votes are still needed to reach the required number to pass the amendment.  BOD will mount a campaign to reach all potential voters by mail. Any homeowner that has not already voted is asked to affirm the amendment. 
 
Intro to ARC (Architectural Review Committee)
Libby Flowers, ARC Chairperson
 
There are lots of new homeowners in New Town.  What do all homeowners need to know about making exterior changes to homes? The most important advice to pass along to homeowners is this:  Always make an application to ARC BEFORE making an exterior change.  
 
ARC is charged with reviewing and approving or disapproving all applications made by homeowners for exterior changes to homes or property. This is not a difficult process. Use the ARC Application Form available on the NTRA website. Submit completed form and ALL required support documents to ARC c/o Town Management.  Each committee member will review the project documents and visit the site.  ARC discusses and votes on applications at meetings, held on the second Tuesday of each month at 4 pm. 
 
While sheltering in place during this time of Covid- 19 precautions, the committee has continued to work electronically.  Sixteen homeowner applications have been processed.  When working electronically, the committee’s vote on a project must be unanimous.
 
Your homeowner documents are the best reference for allowed changes and details about rules.  ARC offers a condensed set of GUIDELINES on the NTRA website.  Projects that are specifically prohibited will not be approved.  
 
The purpose of ARC is to maintain a cohesive, attractive appearance in our neighborhoods.  This is what attracted most residents to live in New Town.
 
Governor's Latest Restrictions to Impact NTRA Pool
NTRA Pool Coommittee
 
The Governor of Virginia recently enacted new restrictions on gatherings to be limited to less than 50 people.  The new restrictions include the New Town Residential Association Pool. 
 
At the direction of the New Town Residential Association Board of Directors, in the event pool usage approaches the allowed capacity the pool will operate on a block schedule with two-hour time periods.  Between periods the pool will be cleared, and the area will be sanitized.  In the event the pool area has reached capacity, at the end of the block time the pool the area will be cleared. Upon re-opening, entry into the pool area will be on a first-come-first-served basis until capacity is reached.  Upon re-opening priority will be given to newly arrived homeowners.  All homeowners are expected to comply with this process so that all those who want to swim will have the opportunity.  This policy will be monitored by the pool committee and may be adjusted to accommodate need.
 
Pool Schedule
Sunday thru Friday (Closed Tuesday)             Saturday
11:30 am to 1:15 pm                                      10:00 am to 11:45 am
1:30 pm to 3:15 pm                                        12:00 pm to 1:45 pm
3:30 pm to 5:15 pm                                        2:00 pm to 3:45 pm
5:30 pm to 7:15 pm                                        4:00 pm to 5:45 pm
                                                                        6:00 pm to 7:45 pm
                                                                        8:00 pm to 8:30 pm
 
There will be a short break halfway through each session in order to check the chemical levels of the pool.
Homeowners are reminded that the steps outlined above have been developed in order to open the pool in the safest way possible.  The Board of Directors and Pool Committee respectfully request your full compliance with the rules set forth as well as your cooperation with the pool staff.
 
Questions or concerns should be directed to Town Management 757-565-6200
 
Meet Your Pool Staff
Max Pfannebecker
 
If you're hitting the pool regularly to beat the summer heat, you've probably made acquaintance with the summer staff at the NTRA Pool. 
 
Kail Wade - Lifeguard
Kail is a 2019 graduate of Bruton High School and will be returning to Boston for his second year at Berklee College of Music where he's studying sound engineering. It should come, then, as no surprise that Kail's favorite hobby is music. He also enjoys reading, running, and weightlifting when he's not working at the pool. You can see Kail Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday keeping watch over the pool and its guests. 
 
William Adams - Attendant
When you first enter the pool you're sure to be greeted with a great smile, a pleasant demeanor, and a covid questionnaire from William, one of NTRA's pool attendants who helps keep the pool safe, secure, and clean. William is a rising Junior who is very much looking to get back to school and getting out on the football field at Lafayette High School where is plays left tackle (Go Rams!). Adams is a bit soft-spoken and admits he's a little on the shy side until you get to know him, so make sure to give him a warm welcome when you see him!
 
With new pool restrictions enacted due to Governor Northam's orders, the pool staff is working harder than ever to maintain a safe environment for you and your families. Please make sure to thank them for being here and be patient and courteous with the new processes as we move forward!
Posted on July 1, 2020 1:55 PM by June Dawkins
Categories: Life in New Town
 
In response to the good news that Virginia is moving to Phase 3 COVID-19 reopening on July 1st, the New Town Pool Committee has been busy working with the newly elected New Town Board of Directors and Town Management to reopen the pool. Thursday, July 2nd is the agreed opening date for this summer season. Residents will have new requirements for using the pool based on the State’s guidelines.
 
State Requirements
The Virginia Department of Health (VDH) has issued rules following Centers for Disease Control (CDC) parameters which must be adhered to for all businesses entering Phase 3, with specific additional requirements for pools and outdoor recreational sports activities.
 
This guidance describes signage that must be posted outlining the rules of entry, as well as entry screening, occupancy limitations, physical distancing requirements, sanitization regimens and the use of masks and hand sanitizer. Operational parameters for oversight and cleaning are also defined. 
 
In general, the New Town pool can be open at up to 75 percent capacity, provided 10 feet of physical distance can be maintained between groups. Free swim is allowed. Until further notice, spray pools and interactive water features like the mushroom must remain closed. The full list of specifications can be viewed on the website www.governor.virginia.gov.
 
New Town Pool Use Rules for 2020
The Board of Director’s new rules must be followed by all who use the pool. Additional Rules for 2020 The NTRA website has been updated with various frequently asked questions to help residents to understand what to expect this season. Check out these Pool FAQs.
 
As another sign that summer is now in full swing, Scott Grafton of Ironbound Gym is gearing up to bring back the ever-popular Aqua Zumba classes on Tuesday and Thursday mornings with very limited enrollment.  
 
Posted on July 1, 2020 7:00 AM by Kathy Mullins
Categories: NTRA Business
At 6 pm on June 18 New Town‟s developer-controlled Board of Directors (BOD) convened for the last time via Zoom.

Randy Casey-Rutland, of Town Management, described how this special meeting being held on Zoom, would work. Members of the outgoing BOD (Ken Allen, Robert Casey, Larry Salzman, John Marston, and John Wright) would be visible and audible on screen, along with Susan Tarley, Association attorney, representatives of Town Management and Chuck Stetler, RAB chair. NTRA members were invited to join as participants, but would not be seen or heard. They could submit questions using the Chat feature.
 
Report on Election
There were not enough votes to pass the First Amendment, which was intended to correct the inadvertent designation of some Savannah Square homeowners as members of the New Town Commercial, rather than Residential, Association. Voting may continue electronically until September 5th, Casey-Rutland said, and urged everyone to focus efforts on convincing homeowners that have not voted, to do so. He stressed that it is in the best interest of Savannah Square homeowners to be aligned with the NTRA. Approving the amendment offers the most straightforward way to correct the situation, but if necessary, other means can be pursued.

Larry Salzman asked participants to join him in observing a few moments of silence in appreciation of two former BOD members, John McCann and Bob Keith, who contributed so much to the development of New Town.
 
He announced the five members of the NTRA Board of Directors and their terms of service:
2.5-Year Term: Jean Brown, Savannah Square; Chuck Stetler, Charlotte Park
1.5 Year Term: Larry Burian, Village Walk; Rick Fisher, Abbey Commons; Angela Lesnett, Village Walk
 
Each new Board member said a few words about his or her background and reasons for wanting to serve on the Board.

Several members of the developer-controlled BOD reflected on reaching this significant moment.
John Wright commented that working with so many talented people had been a great
experience and led to many wonderful friendships.
 
Robert Casey expects that few people realize how much work it has taken to get to this point
where the management of New Town is being put in the hands of residents. “It has been a
privilege to work with people that reside in New Town. I give thanks to all those who have been
involved in getting us to this moment.”
 
Larry Salzman shared, “When we started this venture, this property was the Casey family farm.
In 2002 we broke ground with the goal of building a great place to live, work and play. Now,
years later I feel we’ve not only created a wonderful place to live, work and play, but also, a
forward-thinking, progressive community. Many thanks to our lawyers, bankers, management
company, and all others who helped us along the way. To all I say, ‘Job well done!’”
 
Acting BOD secretary, Tim Grueter, stated that minutes of this meeting would reflect that at 11:59 p.m., on June 18, 2020, Robert Casey, Lawrence Salzman, John Marston, John Wright and Robert Allen resigned from their NTRA BOD positions; and, that the minutes would continue on Friday, June 19, at 10 am with an organizational, rather than a business session of the homeowner-controlled NTRA Board of Directors.
 
On Friday morning the Special Meeting continued with a new lineup in the ZOOM photo windows.  The five elected Directors – Jean Brown, Larry Burian, Rick Fisher, Angela Lesnett, and Chuck Stetler joined Susan Tarley, Association attorney, and Tim Grueter of Town Management. 
 
Election of Officers
 
After discussing strengths and/or experiences of each, the following officers were named:  
Chuck Stetler, President, has extensive institutional knowledge; 
Jean Brown, Vice-President, a strong advocate for the needs and concerns of residents; 
Rick Fisher, Treasurer, someone already familiar with NTRA financials; 
Angela Lesnett and Larry Burian, Officers-at Large, available to fill in as needed. Both have previous training and experience.
Dave Holtgrieve, Secretary. This choice frees all five elected directors to engage fully with discussions at BOD meetings. In addition to elected Directors, NTRA members in good standing may serve in various capacities as BOD officers or assistants.
 
The Directors will attend a Legal Seminar under the auspices of the Community Associations Institute (CAI), an organization that provides training for HOA boards. Susan Tarley will schedule their training for June 25, with July 1 as an alternate date. 
 
Monthly meetings will be on the 4th Thursday at 6PM, via zoom at this point. The next monthly meeting is July 23rd with links to be provided on the NTRA website calendar. 
 
 
Posted on July 1, 2020 7:00 AM by Activities Committee
Categories: Life in New Town
submitted by Bill Haas, Activities Committee
 
Looking for some New Town summer fun? The Activities Committee is creating a Riddle Trail - solve the puzzles along the trail for gift card prizes. This new event is for youth under the age of 16. There will be 20 riddle signs positioned at various locations along the trail around New Town (see map). Each Riddle sign will have 2 questions: one for children 11 and under (easy) and a second on the back for 12 to 15 year olds (harder). The riddles will be word scramble, true/false or multiple choice. Prizes will be awarded for up to 100 participants. Look for e-blasts and more information on how to participate when the trail is ready to follow. 
 
So kids, get ready for some fun later this month while you exercise and social distance!
 
Posted on July 1, 2020 7:00 AM by Tom Nichols, Chair, Preparedness
The National Weather Service has named 3 storms so for this May/June. We will see a lull in late June and early July due to a sand-storm over Africa blowing across the Atlantic Ocean. 
We usually get most Hurricane activity that affects our area in late August thru Mid-October. We can expect similar conditions this year. But did you know that hurricanes spawn Tornadoes. We also have the threat of major thunder storms in the summer that can cause Micro-bursts storms with hurricane force winds. 
 
Are you prepared for:  Power Outages, downed trees, blocked roads, lack of phone and cell phone service, NO internet, NO TV, limited Food on Hand?  Is your Personal Emergency Plan up to date?
While enduring a hurricane and the after effects- You need to be concerned with your own safety.
1. Using emergency generators- use outdoors, away from doors and open windows where Carbon Monoxide can get into your home. Use proper precautions when using Gasoline and Propane.
2. DO NOT use grills on porches, decks of homes and condos. This could lead to a fire
3. Do not use candles for light. Use only battery lanterns or flashlights. Check your battery supply.
4. Park your cars away from trees that might fall on them 
5. Stay indoors during and after a storm. Stay away from Power lines that are down. Watch where you walk if you go outside and where you drive.
6. Visit the NTRA website for the complete NTRA Residential Association Disaster Plan and information on Tornadoes and Power Outages. Get a copy of a Hurricane planning guide at your local grocery store.
 
Basic Information Reminder:  Ensure your property is secure. Obtain food and water supplies for family and pets (for at least 3 days). Obtain batteries (for Flashlights, portable radio/TV), medications, first aid kit, personal products, extra eyeglasses, and Prescriptions. Have an ample amount of cash on hand (ATMs could be down). Fill cars with gasoline. Turn off utilities as needed. Secure important documents such as birth certificates, passports, Wills and Insurance Cards.  Have copies of Home insurance policies. Set aside clothing, blankets and pillows for several days if you have to leave. Have a place to go to if you leave town. 
 
REMEMBER WE ARE IN A PANDEMIC- COVID 19 
KEEP YOUR 6 FEET DISTANCE TO OTHERS, WEAR PROPER FACE COVERINGS, FOLLOW CDC GUIDES
 
Emergency Information:
Fire/Police: Dial 911
JCC (James City County) Emergency Hotline: 757-875-2424
JCC Emergency Management: 757-564-4315
 
Utilities:
Dominion Power: 1-866-366-4357
Water/Sewer:757-229-7421; 757-566-0112 (after hours)
Virginia Natural Gas: 1-877-572-3342
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