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     New rules for beekeeping passed in Poquoson

The Poquoson City Council passed regulations for beekeeping in the city, ending a discussion thatís lasted for months in both the council and the planning commission.

Before, beekeepers did not operate under any regulations in the city, and officials agreed that bees had not caused problems.

The planning commission previously recommended no regulations, but some council members felt rules should be in place.

Beekeepers will now have to get a one-time permit from the city, a permit that Mayor Gene Hunt said lets the city know a hive exists so the owner can be notified before insect-control spraying.

Poquoson City Council talks regulations for birds, bees, pygmy animals

The regulation also sets requirements for where hives can go on a property and water sources.

For the full beekeeping ordinance, go to bit.ly/2BbMALB.
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   Daily Press      Tuesday - December 12, 2017

     Poquoson City Council, School Board agree not to consolidate schools

The Poquoson Middle School building, which opened in the 1930s, has survived the School Board and City Councilís recent look into consolidation.

Even though the two groups agreed not to close the school, they agreed work needed to be done.

At Mondayís work session, the two groups did not solidify what work would be done on the middle school, but several people presented ideas.

Vice Mayor Carey Freeman said he felt the auditorium needed to be expanded and the locker rooms needed to be updated. Councilwoman Jana Andrews asked about raising the gym floor, which has previously flooded and been replaced.

Superintendent Parish went over estimates for different levels of work at the middle school, including a $5 million plan for immediate repairs and a roughly $16 million modernization plan. Plans for the middle school will be ironed out as the city develops its capital improvement plan.
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   Daily Press      Tuesday - December 13, 2017

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