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Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Pirate’s Wharf Park Public Input Session scheduled for Nov. 20

SALISBURY, Md. – A public input session for Pirate’s Wharf Park is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 20 from 6 – 7:30 p.m. at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center Flanders Rooms.

The public input session is an opportunity for residents to share ideas for consideration as the Pirate’s Wharf Park master plan is developed.

Steve Miller, Director of Wicomico Recreation, Parks & Tourism, will discuss grant awards that have been secured for development of Pirate’s Wharf, and recommendations from the Pirate’s Wharf work group.

Ken Eaton, senior project manager of Andrews, Miller & Associates, will also be in attendance.


Anonymous said...

No one goes there, it's a shack and a swamp. Total waste of money.

Anonymous said...

does anyone have an address or map coordinates to this upcoming park? cant seem to find it on google maps.

Anonymous said...

Lots of pirate treasure buried there

Anonymous said...

No address but remember passing it on the way to Red Roost

Anonymous said...

Shack is gone and so is the nice lady who lived in it for 25 plus years who knows more about forestland than anyone one alive.

Anonymous said...

Judith Stribling from SU doesn't even live in Wicomico County, but she has the biggest mouth speaking against the County's desire to do something positive with this property.

She doesn't even live in Wicomico County so John Cannon, the worst President ever in Wicomico, should never allow her to speak at the County Council meetings.

Anonymous said...

Not sure anyone is aware but it is almost impossible to have timber harvested. We have lost eight out of twelve saw mills since 2000, Croppers Bros closed this year, I believe for the first time in 350 years Wicomico County does not have a saw mill. The remaining saw wills cut less volume than JV Wells. I doubt Wicomico County would even receive a bid if they tried to market their timber. TCF and TNC have convinced the BOPW that the best way to preserve the timber industry is to over pay for thousands of acres of woodland (half the land mass of Wicomico purchased my State of Maryland since 1996) . No one seemed to realize that mills made money investing in woodland. total waste of taxpayers dollars and even worse DNR now has their own in house crews and new super shop managing their lands when even less money in the local economy. Somehow landless peasants is an idea the Hogan and Ehrlich supported as well as O'Malley and Glendening supported.