The Virginian-Pilot reported that for the second time in less than two weeks a rabid fox was killed by police.
The animal was killed on Andrew Lane, near the Tidewater Drive and Little Creek Road intersection. Police said the animal charged an officer before it was shot.
On June 21st a a fox was killed in the backyard of a home in the 400 block of W. Ocean View Avenue.
The DePaul Emergency 134 Committee has been formed to support Norfolk’s plan for a 134 bed new Depaul Hospital. They have established a website, www.depaulemergency134.org to promote their contention that Bon Secours plan for a 56 bed DePaul would not serve the public’s needs. The Greater Wards Corner Partnership has been involved in this issue from the very outset. The Partnership’s position is DePaul maintain a hospital in its present location with services that will sufficiently serve the health needs of Norfolk’s Citizens.
Harvard Design Magazine in its Spring/Summer 2008 Magazine has a must read article on Retrofitting Suburbs
The article describes retrofitted suburbs as
urban nodes within a new poly-centric metropolis that simultaneously complement the core city’s downtown and serve a predominantly suburban population. They reflect both centeredness and decentralization.
Read this article and your vision for the future Greater Wards Corner Partnership area will be enhanced and expanded beyond your wildest dreams.