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KayaXpedition Returning June 8 & 9
The Annual KayaXpedition, a Kayaking, Canoeing and Stand-Up Paddle-boarding festival returns to Chesapeake. There's something for everyone this year from a beginner paddler to an experienced racer. Tickets on sale now! Pre-registration required for most events. Details at Kayaxpedition.com
Sales Tax Holiday May 25 - 31
You can get ready for hurricane and flash flooding season, which arrives June 1st, and save money. The sales tax holiday covers batteries, food storage containers, generators, first aid kits, bottled water, radios, and more. Download a list of items that qualify. Get all the details at ReadyVirginia.gov.
Memorial Day Ceremony
All invited to a Wreath Laying Ceremony at Chesapeake City Hall on May 27, 2013. The event is hosted by the Mayor's Commission on Veteran's Affairs. Ceremony details.
Dominion Boulevard Bridge and Roadway Improvement Project
Learn about the new Dominion Boulevard and Steel Bridge project. Follow the progress at twitter.com/DominionBlvd!
Water Disinfectant to Temporarily Change in Some Neighborhoods – No Impact to Public Health
As part of routine maintenance, free chlorine will be used as a disinfecting agent in water serving Western Branch, Cavalier, Camelot and Brentwood, as well as the cities of Portsmouth, Suffolk and parts of Isle of Wight County from May 2-23. You may notice a chlorine-like smell, often referred to as a “swimming pool smell,” and brief discoloration during the change. This is normal and not harmful, and no action on your part is needed. Kidney dialysis patients and fish owners should continue to follow the standard water treatment process for chloramines, as this also removes free chlorine. Read the complete announcement.