cbnewbie

King George, VA

#1 Mar 3, 2012
Just wanted to send kudos to the Revitalization team responsible for the new landscape/walkways near the bathrooms on the boardwalk. Every little bit helps make the town more inviting to visitors coming to enjoy the town and all it offers. I wonder if there is a high school student club willing to learn about grants,ect that could help as the revitalization project continues? Good luck with it!
whatever

Vienna, VA

#2 Mar 3, 2012
There are some worthy improvements, including the mural on the side of the building done by the CB Artists' Guild volunteers. However, the tacky sign
on the roadway that looks like an industrial piece of crap, saying NO, NO, No, No is most inhospitable and unacceptable. All signs like this along the beach and Irving Ave. should be removed before the tourist season.
Agree

Vienna, VA

#3 Mar 3, 2012
The improvements are great. We're heading in the right direction. The signage along the Boardwalk needs the same level of attention.
Cindy Lou Who

Tappahannock, VA

#4 Mar 3, 2012
We should follow the lead of the national park service. Their signs tell you the rules, but look very nice. We can do the same in a nonobtrusive, yet informative way.
The Truth

Aylett, VA

#5 Mar 4, 2012
Cindy Lou Who wrote:
We should follow the lead of the national park service. Their signs tell you the rules, but look very nice. We can do the same in a nonobtrusive, yet informative way.
Its not always what is said, but rather how its said.
Jan Scott

Alexandria, VA

#6 May 16, 2013
And now the trash can signs. Boardwalk is getting there.
Pollyanna

Columbia, MD

#7 May 16, 2013
It is so nice to see the community is busy improving the boardwalk while we wait to find out if the town receives the much needed revitalization grant. Does anybody know if the town
found out who is responsible for the boardwalk located north of the Riverboat? It would be great if the entire concrete boardwalk was safe to walk.
Hottie

King William, VA

#8 May 16, 2013
Nobody knows about the north end of the boardwalk yet, the town attorney has only been working on it for about six years.
Pollyanna

Columbia, MD

#9 May 16, 2013
Hottie wrote:
Nobody knows about the north end of the boardwalk yet, the town attorney has only been working on it for about six years.
Thanks for the info---hopefully things will start moving a little faster when the grant money comes through!
curious

Chesapeake, OH

#10 May 16, 2013
Hottie wrote:
Nobody knows about the north end of the boardwalk yet, the town attorney has only been working on it for about six years.
Not even a trash can on the north end?????

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