Much is already being done with the Captain Sinclair Recreation Area in the two years since the land was donated to the Middle Peninsula Chesapeake Bay Public Access Authority, and plans are in the works to ensure that the public gets the best possible use out of this 97-acre parcel on the Severn River in Gloucester.
The land is already home to the Gloucester High School rowing program. A number of other uses are envisioned to take full advantage of this scenic locale with roughly a mile of waterfront.
The authority will receive a final draft report Friday on other possible uses for the Naxera property.
The authority will meet at the site at noon, preceded by a meeting of the six county administrators and three town managers for the Middle Peninsula there at 9 a.m. Lewis Lawrence, executive director of the Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission, which serves as staff for the authority, said Tuesday that he does not expect the authority to vote to approve the plan at this meet...
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