The Northern Outer Banks are pristine and unspoiled. From the end of the paved road to the Virginia line, residents, property owners, and visitors enjoy unspoiled nature, wildlife, amazing beaches, and peaceful serenity.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT IN OPPOSING THE COMMERCIAL OVERLAY DISTRICT IN THE OFF ROAD AND SWAN BEACH.
AT THE NOVEMBER 17th -- PUBLIC HEARING-- THE PROPOSAL WAS UNANIMOUSLY DENIED!!!!! -

We appreciate your support and will continue to keep you posted in the event of other issues that might come up in the off road area. We are sure that the developers will try again. Your help was tremendous!

Over 1000 people signed the petition -- including 433 tourists, 560 Currituck County property owners and residents (of which 318 residents signed and 140 residents in the off road area)

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Northern Beaches of the Outer Banks

This blog is created to bring people together to help save one of the eastern seaboards most beautiful beaches! The blog seeks to give northern outer banks residents, currituck county residents, visitors to the outerbanks and concerned citizens a space to discuss the challenges facing the Northern Outer Banks.

We seek to help ensure safe access to clean, pristine beaches for the residents of Currituck county, property owners, and visitors, and protect the unique nature of the Northern Outer Banks.

The most current issue before us is a proposal for commercial zoning in the four wheel drive area and establishment of a "historic overlay" that will allow inns, shops, etc. in Swan Beach.

2 comments:

Marie and Richard Baecher said...

Thank you for the work you are doing. We would like to know the position each candidate for BOC takes on this proposal.

Citizens of the Northern Outer Banks said...

We are trying to arrange a forum with the candidates for Columbus Day weekend or earlier. We can post the answers to the questions that the candidates raise.

We can also ask the candidates for a written statement to this question.