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Loch Haven News
MD 214 Corridor Changes
The County is proposing changes along MD 214 (Central Avenue) from MD 468 (Muddy Creek Road) to its eastern terminus, immediately east of Oakford Avenue in Beverly Beach. It has updated its analysis of the project based on comments from their open houses. Several Loch Haven residents participated in these open houses. LHCA has concerns including safety at intersections, stormwater management, and maintaining a reasonable road width with shoulders for emergency vehicle access. More information is available here.
Bay Crossing Study
Loch Haven Parking Stickers and Community Directory
Parking stickers are required at the rec area, pier, beach, and overlook. If you need a sticker or a Loch Haven Community Directory, please contact Pam Cotter at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-991-5054.
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The Neighbors of the Mayo Peninsula is a community organization committed to preserving public safety, environmental stability and the quality of life on the Mayo peninsula. They have an active Facebook group.
Mayo Parks Plans
The final master plans for the Mayo Peninsula Parks are posted on the AA County website at http://www.aacounty.org/departments/recreation-parks/parks/mayo-peninsula-parks/.