Anne Arundel County has around 550 miles of waterfront on the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries -- but only two public boat ramps. The Anne Arundel Public Water Access Committee (AAPWAC) is dedicated to getting us all better access to the beautiful waters of Anne Arundel County.
For the June meeting, Jonathan Doherty, Assistant Superintendent, National Park Service Chesapeake Region, will report on progress toward the creation of 300 new public access sites to the Chesapeake by 2025.
There will also be a review of local access projects.
The AAPWAC continues to make lots of positive headway improving access to the waters of Anne Arundel County. One of the main reasons for that is the large number of people who attend these meetings on a regular basis. Just showing up can make a huge difference.
As always, don't RSVP "No" unless you're changing from "Yes."