A wave of waterfront projects makes progress

Jackie Nunnery

by Jackie Nunnery

LANCASTER—Lancaster residents will soon find it easier to enjoy the surrounding waters as a number of public access projects progress.

Bruce Julian with the Access to Public Waters Committee updated the board of supervisors on Thursday, January 26, regarding the “30 significant items completed” in 2022 on the four public access projects: Thomas Landing, Carter Cove, Taylor Creek and Windmill Point. He also said there were 36 items, “with some heavy lifting,” to be completed in 2023.

At the Thomas Landing site, construction of a new dock is expected to begin in the spring, with a dedication event scheduled for July. Clean up and the installation of picnic tables and signs have occurred at the Carter Cove property. An engineering and architectural evaluation of the old oyster house is scheduled along with….

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