by Larry Chowning
TOPPING—The Middlesex board of supervisors recently moved Mill Creek Landing Public Boat Ramp, 1299 Carlton Road, Wake, up its “priority landing” list to find funds to develop an engineering plan to keep sand from continuously filling in the boat ramp.
At the end of May, 1,800 cubic yards of sand were removed from in and around the ramp by local marine contractors who volunteered their time and efforts.
At the board’s July meeting, the supervisors’ Hartfield representative, John Koontz, informed his fellow supervisors the area in and around the boat ramp is refilling with sand.
At that meeting, supervisors requested the Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission (MPPDC) study… [to-view-more]