Tuesday, July 18, 2006

More Unrest on the Magothy

Today's Washington Post tells the story of Dobbins Island and the efforts by its new owner to cordon it off to the public. Unlike the owner of Little Dobbins Island, David Clickner, the owner of Dobbins Island, seems committed to following the proper laws before building his home. Nonetheless, it's a shame to lose one of the last "wild" places on the river.

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At 10:42 AM, Blogger Bmaumau said...

You have got to be kidding me! I live on the Broadneck Peninsula and have enjoyed anchoring out at Dobbins over the years. HOWEVER, the island is the rightful property of David Clickner, who seems to be following the rules in terms of zoning permits etc. For Paul Spadaro to say the land belongs to the public is absurd. Yeah it's been nice to be able to use it, but I didn't think we had squatters' rights here in Anne Arundel County. It's time to suck it up and find a new "Redneck Riviera", people, because Dobbins is private property. Deal with it.

 

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