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Archived News

NOTICE of Construction on the Mayo Peninsula
August 29 - October 14
9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Sunday through Thursday
Central Ave., Beverley Ave., Mayo Ave., Cedar Ave., Poplar Ave., Elm St., and Likes Rd.
Work on a wastewater line under Central Avenue, Beverly Avenue, Mayo Avenue, Cedar Avenue, Poplar Avenue, Elm Street and Likes Road will require lane closures between (approximately) August 29 and October 14. The Mayo Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) outfall pipe is being decommissioned.

Glebe Heights Development

There was an overflow crowd at the December 30 meeting with the developer who is proposing 42 homes and clearing 23 of the 44 acres of forest in Glebe Heights. There were 150 in the room, with an overflow crowd of about 100 unable to get in. See a map of the planned development.

2021 SCBD Budget Approved

Thank you to everyone who attended the Special Loch Haven General Membership Meeting to approve the proposed 2021 Special Community Benefit District budget that was held on Monday, January 13. The budget was approved. Useful resources: 1. Information about the proposed 2021 Loch Haven Special Community Benefit District and meeting notification. 2. The proposed budget sheet which details how the SCBD funds will be spent and the purpose statement. 3. The budget form that we are required to submit to Anne Arundel County. Please contact Diane Quigley at 410-693-0250 or if you have any questions.

Special Community Benefit District Resources

Guidelines that the SCBD committee is following as they work on the petition, along with the 2019 list of existing SCBD communities. Here is a a useful overview: SCBD Bullet Points, October 2019. If you would like to join the SCBD Committee, or have any questions, please contact Diane Quigley.

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

One of the three options being considered for the new Bay Bridge would link the Mayo Peninsula and Easton. See map.

Please visit, and look at the open house meeting materials and video. Once you have a sense of the proposal, please send an email to with any concerns.